LETTER: Examine the development proposal

We have studied the proposal for the comprehensive Aging in Place Resort Project and explored the background of the developers.

Dear Editor:

We have studied the proposal for the comprehensive Aging in Place Resort Project and explored the background of the developers, the Lark Group.

Please Google the Lark Group to see a sampling of their many dozens of successful projects.

These include Royal Jubilee Hospital Patient Care, Hope Centre Lion’s Gate Hospital, Fleetwood Group of Care Homes, Selkirk Place, City Centre Number 1 and 2, and many, many more.

We also recommend exploring the major tenant in the project Saint Elizabeth Health Care.

It appears to us that some very capable people want to do something very special and very valuable to Summerland.

Most or all of the objections to this project have been well answered in the Brochure entitled iCasa Resort Living available from Gary Tamblin. Come on Summerland. Let’s give this one a chance.

Robin and Janice Agur

Summerland

 

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