Vancouver’s new metal detector site could open next year

The city is looking at the potential for a new metal detecting site at the mouth of the Fraser River, said city manager Dan Laidlaw in a recent briefing.

Laidwahl said a proposal has been submitted to the city, but there is not a firm date for when the community can expect to see it.

“We have a number of people that are looking at different options.

It could be in early to mid-September, early to late August, depending on how much time there is between the ice and the summer,” Laidwaise said.

The proposed site would be near the Whistler Metal Detecting Centre, which is part of the province’s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. “

It’s a good opportunity for us to take the community and give them an opportunity to participate.”

The proposed site would be near the Whistler Metal Detecting Centre, which is part of the province’s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

The project is part, Laidwill said, of the city’s $20 million plan to improve the quality of life for residents in the region.

A second site is proposed for the city at a location near the Fraser Valley’s northern end, near the proposed Whistlers Gold Mine.

“This is an excellent site, it’s right on the river and there are no issues there,” Lardwahl told the audience.

“So there are opportunities there.”

Laidawell said a community committee was expected to be formed in the next few months to discuss the potential locations and the timeline.

The new site will be one of three in the province that will be used for community-owned projects, Lardwer told the gathering.

The Whistlin Valley is a region of about 4.4 million people and the largest urban centre in the world.”

Our goal is to have a community-based facility in Vancouver.”

The Whistlin Valley is a region of about 4.4 million people and the largest urban centre in the world.