Qualicum Beach news

Emergency Management Oceanside is continuously working to improve plans to support Oceanside residents and businesses for any emergency or disaster.
There were no injuries and crews had the fire controlled within 15 minutes of the first truck arriving, according to Friso McKenzie, Qualicum Beach deputy fire chief.
Input will be provided to the RDN board of directors as part of the budget review process and will help identify which areas of service are most important to residents.
Richard and Linda Todsen filed the civil claim in May against the society and its president, Ezra Morse, in which they sought relief for damages caused by defamatory statements
Arrowsmith Search and Rescue said the second quarter of the year was relatively quiet.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP said it received 252 complaints, including an attempted business break and enter and a stolen utility trailer license plate.  
The St. Andrews Lodge Historical and Cultural Society is still waiting for a Qualicum Beach town council decision to formalize a lease agreement.
There were no injuries caused by the fire, according to Cpl. Stewart Egers of the Oceanside RCMP.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP said it received 278 complaints, including a motorhome break-in and a person found sleeping in an unlocked vehicle.

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