My business affected by intersection


Our business [Burns Lake Automotive Supply Ltd.] was and has been effected by the Hwy. 35 – Hwy. 16 intersection in Burns Lake a great deal.

Traffic now goes through by Village Insurance/A&W and Town Pantry parking lots to turn west on Hwy. 16, which is more dangerous.

It is harder for customers and especially logging trucks to access our store. We were never advised or asked our opinion and we cannot vote because we live out of town. This is ridiculous because our business supplies more tax dollars to the village than residential houses do.

It should be changed back. The traffic flow was fine before and there is no reason for it.


Stuart McFee

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