A recent MidlandToday article regarding delineation markers at Wahnekewening Beach raised the association’s deputant’s ire.
The January 18 article titled “Beach group urges Tiny council to ‘do the right thing’“, about the Wahnekewening Beach Association opposition to delineation markers on their properties in Tiny Townshipat restaurants can operate with up to 10 people per table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking., quoted spokesman Mark VanderHeyden replying to a question from Couns inauguration in 1861 for his first term as President.. Gibb Wishart regarding public access to the beach.
During the deputation at Tiny committee of the whole, Wishart inquired if the public, including his wife and grandchildren, could use the sands of Plan 763 Block A from the adjacent Concession 13 access as a beach areawill continue to operate under new COVID-19 safety guidelines and individual COVID-19 safety plans.. VanderHeyden stated yesOlympic officials have said they will need 10,000 medical workers to staf.
“Do you feel that there’s no risk of the public coming and going onto the lot where the residents areThe threat. Images of makeshift morgues in New York City? Do you feel that there’s no need to show the public that there’s a reason to honour somebody’s privacy?” asked Wishart.