Fence the deer in

I fully support the request to fence the Oak Bay Native Plant Park (News Aug. 2).

I fully support the request to fence the Oak Bay Native Plant Park (News Aug. 2).

In addition to funding the fence, I’m asking council to approve additional funds to be used to relocate the deer to the park and fence them in, thus saving our residents gardens.

I suggest this is an expense that many residents would approve.

Rick Gonder

Oak Bay

 

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