JOHN HARDING PHOTO Ministry of Transportation officials Michael Goodhelpsen, left, and Kevin Carter provided a briefing to, and answered questions from, the Mount Waddington Regional District board of directors this week.

Regional District of Mount Waddington news: signs, roads and big money for treatment plant in Coal Harbour

The RDNW board of directors met in Port McNeill this week

A colourful discussion about road signs, especially ones that point to Port Alice.

Detailed talk about the regional district’s roads and the Ministry of Transportation’s plans for them.

Big money for Coal Harbour’s waste treatment plant, a move that could open up the area to development once again.

These were just some of the issues discussed at the monthly meeting of the Regional District of Mount Waddington’s board of directors.

Keep visiting and read Wednesday’s edition of The Gazette to read more about these stories and other from the regional district meeting.

— Gazette Staff

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