PRCS Benefit Walk in Pictures
Although the weather started out cloudy with drizzles, The Point Roberts Conservation Society Benefit Walk turn out to be a beautiful day.
History of the Point Roberts Conservation Society
In 1988, a small group of concerned and dedicated neighbors, led by Larry and Aileen Crosetti, banded together to fight the proposed commercial development of Lily Point by Welsh Development Inc. The plan was to develop 132 acres of the former Alaska Packers Association (APA) property to create “The Resort at Lily Point,” consisting of a 72 room hotel, 18 hole golf course, three story 94 unit condominium, and 47 single family residential lots.
Anne Murray's letter to the Whatcom County Hearing Examiner
I am totally opposed to a 103 home housing development on Lily Point, Point Roberts. How the protection of this highly significant area in the Boundary Bay watershed can now be threatened by housing developments is extraordinary.
Lily Point Walk Benefit - August 22, 2010
Come spend the day and walk with us through Chelhtenem an ancestral power spot at the center of the Salish Sea. As the last warm summer month lingers, experience and explore the bluffs and beaches where eagles fly, whales swim and native tribes gathered and celebrated over 9,000 years of history.
On Monday June 28 PRCS filed its appeal of the Point Roberts Beach Club DNS.
Press Release - June 2010
Point Roberts Conservation Society has retained David Bricklin of Bricklin, Newman, Dold LLP as legal counsel.