Project Watershed would like to extend a big Thank You to the City of Courtenay for installing the new signs at Kus-kus-sum. “We have a long road ahead of us to transform this eyesore in the heart of our community into functioning habitat” said Caila Holbrook, Project Watershed’s Manager of Fundraising, Outreach and Mapping. “We hope the signs call attention to our journey and help keep it at the forefront of our minds.”
Project Watershed board and staff were joined by City of Courtenay Councilors Doug Hillian and Erik Eriksson in commemorating this significant milestone on Wednesday December 13th. “Next time we stand here it may be for a ribbon cutting” commented Tim Ennis, Kus-kus-sum Senior Project Manager. “Yes, with green grass under our feet” added Doug Hillian. View the story on the City of Courtenay’s page www.courtenay.ca/EN/meta/news/news-archives/2017-archives/the-signs-are-now-up-at-kus-kus-sum.html.
The signs are visible from Comox Road and at places along the Courtenay Riverway Walk.