Letter: Turkey Head is hardly under used

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We also totally oppose development on Turkey Head and agree fully with Lisa Juhler’s position as stated in her letter in the Wednesday, Feb. 7 Oak Bay News.

The place is great the way it is.

Long views, a sense of freedom, close to nature, and relatively peaceful.

It is used by people every day for these reasons.

Turkey is hardly under used.

Not every free bit of space needs to be commercialized.

So please let’s leave Turkey Head alone.

H. and L. Traylen

Oak Bay

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