September 24, 2020 By email only Islands Trust Attention: Warren Dingman, Bylaw Compliance and Enforcement Manager Re: 198 Cliffside Road, Saturna, B.C. Dear Mr. Dingman Thanks for your email and letter of September 10, 2020 to me for SIRRA in response to ours of August 17, 2020 to the Trust. We did not receive it until September 17th as you know. We appreciate your information and will post it on our website for our members and the community. The question you have not addressed, #6 in our letter, is important.
10 September 2020 David Osborne President, for SIRRA 230 Cliffside Road, P.O. Box 47, Saturna, B.C. V0N2Y0 RE: 198 Cliffside Road, Saturna Island BC Dear David Osborne: Thank you for your letter dated August 17, 2020 addressed to Peter Luckham, Chair, Islands Trust Council, and Russ Hotsenpiller, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), in which you asked about the activates of JESCO at 198 Cliffside Road, Saturna Island. Specifically you asked: 1. What knowledge did Islands Trust have of this project, and when? 2.
August 25, 2020 David Osborne, President for SIRRA Saturna Island Ratepayers and Residents Association, 230 Cliffside Road, P.O. Box 47, Saturna Island, B.C. V0N 2Y0 Re: Letter from SIRRA to Islands Trust dated Aug. 17 regarding 198 Cliffside Road, Saturna Island, BC Dear Mr. Osborne and other members of SIRRA, We wish to comment on a letter from SIRRA to Islands Trust dated August 17 regarding our property and our involvement with a fully permitted hydrophone project that has components on our property.
August 17, 2020 Sent by email and post Peter Luckam, Chair, Islands Trust. Russ Hotsenpiller, Chief Administrative Officer, Islands Trust. 200 – 1627 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. V8R 1H8 Dear Sirs: Re: 198 Cliffside Road, Saturna Island, B.C. We are the Saturna Island Ratepayers and Residents Association (SIRRA), a B.C. Society incorporated to represent the collective interests of residents of Saturna with government bodies.
Dear Residents of Salt Spring and the Southern Gulf Islands,
We are living through unprecedented times. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a society-wide mobilization previously seen only in wartime. Public guidelines are being revised daily and the pace of change can feel overwhelming. It may be difficult to understand who is in charge and what is being done to keep our families and island communities safe.
January 16, 2017 SIRRA PO Box 27 Saturna, BC V0N 2Y0 Attention: Jonathan Sector as Consultant to the Tsawout and Tseycum Bands RE: Logging Proposal on IR7 Saturna Island Dear friends;
From: charles reif <email@example.com>
Subject: Community Meeting and Concerns
Date: August 10, 2016 at 1:04:03 PM PDT
To: "Jonathan Secter (SPSI-SERC)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Casey L <email@example.com>, Gordon Atkinson
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Johnstone Dian&Tom <email@example.com>,
charles reif <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear Mr. Secter,
Thank you for your patience in waiting for this reply. It was important for us to await the return of members of
Dear Members of Saturna Community,
Tsawout Band Councillors and consultants will be present for
a public information session
regarding the revised logging plans for their land, Fiddler's
November 26, 1 to 3 pm at the Saturna Community Hall
Updated ( from the original Householder Mail out in June) -
maps, and details of the logging, transportation, and
environmental plans that have been provided courtesy of
the First Nation, and have been distributed electronically
through SCC and SIRRA.