Robert Road Access – UBCO

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This comment came in today regarding the UBCO access situation. I have made it a post as that is what Paul wanted. The link noted below is to a copy of a letter put in the Phoenix recently by Phil Armstrong. I have referred to it in a previous post.

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“I can’t figure out how to start a new post here, so I’m just replying to the latest one. I scanned the recent article from the Phoenix (student newspaper) on bike access via Roberts Lake, and put it at

http://people.ok.ubc.ca/pshipley/cyclingarticle.jpg

The riding on that road is better than the article outlines, but the private property issues are very real ones that I feel the University community is overstepping its hospitality. We have recently had fairly good relationships (or at least a lack of really bad relationships) with the property owners, but with all of the cars using the road to drop off students at the gate I think we’re looking at the issue blowing up on us again. That would be unfortunate.

Current road report: Packed snow, some ice especially at the entrance. Back gate is fine except for right after a plowing of the parking lot.”

Paul Shipley

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Note: I am still learning about the use of the blog. The way it is set up now, only Grant or I can post directly. If you wish to contribute a new post please send it in as a comment with the request that it be a new post. Subject to our review that will be how it is treated.

Thanks for the information Paul,

John.

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