Mountain View Gazette - January 31st
The Red Deer River Quality Control Committee has sent a letter to Premier Alison Redford requesting a face-to-face meeting to discuss its concerns about possible future flooding upstream of Sundre, says Myron Thompson, chairman of the committee.
The committee is now waiting on a response from the premier, and in the meantime is still collecting letters as part of its letter-writing campaign, he said.
“I think it’s pretty obvious if you have a major flood that comes down that river and it comes through town it’s going to cause a massive destruction and we don’t want that to happen,” Thompson, who is also a Sundre town councillor, told the Gazette last week. ... Click here to read more.