“In coming to our decision on Sandpiper, we seriously considered the potential impacts of climate change on our system and concluded that we have the ability to help,” said Brian Wiese, mayor of Qualicum Beach.
“And then came Lehann Wallace. Since her election as our current Area G Director on the RDN board, she has been committed and relentless in pursuing a solution to this issue,” writes Larry Biccum in his letter.
Construction on the project is expected to start immediately with water supply being provided to Sandpiper by early fall, according to a joint release by the Town of Qualicum Beach and the RDN.
“The most perplexing thing about this water is that it’s been this bad for as long as it has and that a solution hasn’t been figured out yet,” said Lehann Wallace, RDN Area G director.

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