Madame Chairman sent crews of workers down to LeBreton Flats and the Preston “extension” on Friday morning. Crews were busy adjusting the tension on the chain link fence, lopping off a few weeds, removing a superannuated “stop” sign, etc.
They even cut off the protruding rebar and its chip-bag safety cone top:
While I was watching the crews, there were a steady stream of walkers and cyclists going through the gate. And a trickle of media-types to check up on the path.
That the path is reopened is an example of people-power over the bureaucracy. Together, by complaining to Madame Chairman, our MP, and our councillors, we got a much-used path restored to public use. Thanks are due to all the people who complained, and our government bodies that listened.
Go safely and prosper.