A hobby farmer south of Oliver is crying foul over the Town charging a large increase in the Road 18 drainage system, a system he says is not even working. Peguerto Dias (Spud) Torrao at 4250 Highway 97 said a number of his peach and cherry trees are dying because there is too much water. He pointed to the drainage infrastructure (an underground pipe) that isn’t draining the water.
Due to some irresponsible dog owners, the days are numbered for the off-leash area in Oliver Community Park. In what may be a controversial move, the Oliver Parks and Recreation Society is making plans to phase out the off-leash park in ball diamonds #4 and #5 and re-establish it in Lion’s Park. On Monday the Society discussed purchasing fencing to construct the off-leash area in the northern sector of the park (between the hike and bike trail and the parking lot).
The Oliver Parks and Recreation Society has approved the reallocation of funds to hire a weight room attendant for the remainder of 2017. Manager of Recreation Carol Sheridan made the recommendation Monday, saying the new weight room needs to be supervised in the evenings. Currently, members use a fob to gain entry, but Sheridan said the problem is some members are opening the door to allow non-paying users into the facility. She noted they receive daily reports about this situation.
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