Trails society aims to fight Rossland funding cut

The Kootenay Columbia Trail Society (KCTS) is hoping that Rossland will come out in support of its services tomorrow night.

The Kootenay Columbia Trail Society (KCTS) is hoping that Rossland will come out in support of its services tomorrow night.

In a recent draft budget, the city has shown that the funding for the society could be cut entirely.

Currently, the city provides $19,000 per year to KCTS, which goes to maintenance of the expansive trail networks around Rossland.

That funding provides about a quarter of the society’s operating budget.

KCTS members have promised a packed council chambers in support of the society Wednesday night.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at city hall.

Link to the KCTS website here.

 

 

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