The agricultural society agrees to use the site of the old purification lagoon

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The Vulcan and District Agricultural Society has agreed to lease the former Vulcan sewage lagoon site from the municipality.

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Members of the company’s board of directors met on April 20 to discuss the proposal and indicated in a letter that they support entering into a long-term lease with the town of Vulcan for the land. belonging to the city, which has been recovered.

On May 9, council passed a motion to have the administration draft a long-term lease agreement for council to review.

In a letter, Lori McFadden, on behalf of the Vulcan and District Agricultural Society Board, called the proposal to use the site “exciting.”

Attending the company’s April 20 meeting were representatives from the Vulcan Riding Club and the Vulcan County Cruisers car club, who are also interested in sharing use of this proposed facility, McFadden wrote.

“At the former location of Virginia Mitchell Memorial Park, the District 4-H clubs held their annual Achievement Day and Calf Sale and there is hope that this group will be able to use this facility as well,” wrote McFadden.

“We have received encouraging support from Vulcan City and Vulcan County officials with whom we have discussed this proposed site and thank you very much for offering this parcel for our plan moving forward.

“We at the Ag Society believe this will encourage and rejuvenate many groups to come forward and share this proposed new facility.”

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