On Thursday November 13, Jim Peck, Assistant Superintendent of Pinery Provincial Park, asked to meet with representatives of the Huron Woods community to outline Ministry plans to deal with some of the tornado damage at the northernmost end of Pinery Park. On the afternoon of Friday November 14, Jim met with three representatives from the Huron Woods Community Association. He described the plans to take down damaged Pinery trees which are threatening safety on various trails inside and adjacent to the Park, as well as some leaning Pinery trees that threaten private property adjacent to the Park. He showed some of the trees that are on Pinery property but leaning or falling over the properties and trails immediately adjacent to the Park. The trees that will be taken down will be pulled back from the Pinery boundary but will not be taken away from the Park.
- Jim Peck, Assistant Superintendent
- Pinery Provincial Park
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