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Week of June 10, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to children; band; ventriloquist; Bill Runge; construction of Club Cabins;
Appears in June 10, 1982 issue:
02-283-55. Pg. 6. Caption: Project manager Dan Savage checks out the pouring of concrete to anchor water mains in the Club Cabin project.
02-283-76. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Ken White, Plastering Contractor, Vancouver.
02-283-81. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Bob Wyer, Plumber, North Vancouver.
02-283-86. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Monte Sandvoss, Project Manager, Vancouver.
02-283-74. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Bill Agler, Hod Carrier, Vancouver.
02-283-80. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Ben Vos, Labour Foreman, Vancouver.
02-283-69. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] AL White, Hod Carrier, Vancouver.
02-283-29. Pg. 10. Caption: Don Bryan and his good friend Dr. Noseworthy entertain a Whistler audience and members of the Alaskan Greenlanders Air Command Band Friday night at Blackcomb Lodge. Bryan later performed at the Brass Rail.
02-283-2. Pg. 11. Caption: Teaching Assistant Karen King shows new-born chick to Simon Beller, a student at Myrtle Philip School. The chick arrived in Whistler as an egg from Coastal Mountain Outdoor School.
02-283-10. Pg. 13. Caption: Man's best friend straps on the saddlebags and lightens the load for this traveller, who still seems to have more than enough to carry.
02-283-7. Pg. 14. Caption: These young athletes burned up the track at the Howe Sound District Track and Field Day held in Squamish June 3.
02-283-3. Pg. 16. Caption: Litter spoils a beautiful trail leading from Highway 99 to Green Lake along the north bank of the River of Golden Dreams.

Week of October 25, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to exposition; car accident; Sandy & Molly Boyd; Pat Carleton; Whistler Gondola; construction; film crew; dining; children's event; chef; council meeting; helicopter; mountain views; Whistler Parent Teacher Committee Bingo Nite; Whistler Industrial Park construction; Health Planning Society Board; Whistler Chamber of Commerce
Appears in October 28, 1982 issue:
02-296-66. Pg. 1. Caption: Puzzled? The Whistler Information sign and map took a tumble Friday, Oct. 22 during high winds, just missing the info centre. Foundation posts had apparently rotted.
02-296-77. Pg. 2. Caption: Hats of all kinds turn up these days at Myrtle Philip School. The fashion> Keeping away from lice.
02-296-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] On your marks; get set -- three candidates (Mark Angus, Sid Young and Ruth Lotzkar) enjoy a laugh after handing in nomination papers Oct. 25 for the Nov. 20 municipal election.
02-296-75. Pg. 3. Caption: Volunteers check children for head lice, which have reached epidemic numbers in Whistler.
02-296-41. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Art Den Duyf, Contractor of sorts, White Gold.
02-296-36. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Rick Crofton, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-296-56. Pg. 7. Caption: Recent heavy rains in the Whistler area have reminded drivers of the flood problems on Highway 99.
02-296-99. Pg. 9. Caption: [top left] sets off along the partially completed boardwalk on Rainbow Trail.
02-296-82. Pg. 9. Caption: [top right] At far right municipal crew installs stairway in Alpha Lake Park, which crews are trying to rough out before winter's onslaught.
02-296-101. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Clockwise from bottom -- crew disembarks from helicopter
02-296-51. Pg. 11. Caption: Mayor Carleton got exposure to more than a brief interlude of sun Tuesday, Oct. 19 when CTV interviewer Cynthia Ott arrived in Whistler to ask some questions.
02-296-90. Pg. 12. Caption: Construction is forging ahead on the first building to be put up in Phase II in Whistler's Industrial Park. Sadler Bros. Builders are contractors on the project.
02-296-47. Pg. 13. Caption:This is vehicle in which deriver Daniel George Eveno of Mt. Currie was killed when the car failed to negotiate a curve by the Green River crossing north of Whistler on October 18. Injured in the accident were Gregory Jamieson of Mt. Currie and Cindy Downer of Squamish.
02-296-94. Pg. 16. Caption: New members of the Health Planning Society Board, from left Kathy Hicks (Treasurer), Tim Woods (Director), Rolley Horsey (Vice President), Craig MacKenzie (President) and Fred Barter (Director).
02-296-73. Pg. 18. Caption: The Candidates -- Whistler Chamber of Commerce President Jim Gruetzke introduces Sid Young (a mayorality candidate in the Nov. 20 election), Craig MacKenzie, Mark Sadler and David O'Keefe (aldermanic candidates) at an afternoon wine and cheese held Oct. 24 at Delta Mountain Inn.

Week of May 23, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; running; cycling; Great Snow Earth Water Race; canoeing; limbo at Caribbean Night; band playing; podium; Whistler Village; Whistler Mountain; drinking; paragliding; the beach; dancing; helicopter; baseball; gambling; cars; Whistler Health Planning Society; clowns; children's bike rodeo
Appears in May 26, 1983 issue:
02-308-201- Pg. 1. Caption: [left] Moments of madness
02-308-232. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Moments of madness
02-308-293. Pg. 1. Caption: [middle] Moments of madness
02-308-72. Pg. 2. Caption: This fleecy rider just stopped in for a while to observe the scene at the Great Snow, Earth, Water Race. While master checked out some of the canoe action down by the river, moot-mutt stayed with the steed.
02-308-117. Pg. 3. Caption: "Team X" (Experimental?) tried out its stuff on the Great Snow, Earth, Water Race course May 22 for the first time and left many an experienced squad in its wake. Matt White, Cindy Hamilton, Lynda Hicks, Brent Muddy, and Lee Vogel hope to be back next year to defend their title.
02-308-178. Pg. 5. Caption: [left] Constable Richard Guay, the latest recruit to Whistler RCMP detachment. Guay, a native of Quebec worked most recently for the RCMP in Surrey.
02-308-249. Pg. 5. Caption: [right] This is what remains of a car driven by Mickey Taylor of Vancouver after it skidded off Highway 99 near the High Forest turnoff. Taylor and his passenger Warren Jones were injured in the accident and Whistler RCMP have charged Taylor with dangerous driving.
02-308-239. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Katherine & Kristine Berry, Grade one students, Burnaby.
02-308-243. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Joe Bowes, Consultant, Vancouver.
02-308-245. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Frank Stoltmann, Businessman, West Vancouver.
02-308-79. Pg. 7. Caption: Rod be limber, Rod be quick. Rod Harman was the lowest under the limbo stick at Carribbean Night III held at Stumps May 21. But the fate of the grand prize, a pair of Spalding kids, has yet to be determined. Lowest lady under the stick was Julie Lazarowica.
02-308-312. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Chefs, firemen and even. E.T. turned out at the bike decorating contest Saturday with some fantastically creative ideas. Most Original: Christopher Forrest, on a fire truck complete with hose. Funniest: Stephanie Simpson as The Egg. Prettiest: Melanie Busdon as Miss Strawberry Shortcake. Here, Jake Eby revs up his Cessna.
02-308-4. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Sports fans turned out in droves to dig through the used equipment at Blackcomb Ski Club's sports swap during May Day Madness. The $1000 raised from sales will go towards building a club facility.
02-308-255. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] Gambling may be losing its popularity at Whistler, but these gals would disagree. (L to R) Bev Wylie, Penelope Domries, Barbara Tysick, Margaret Dedeluk and Cathie "Victorian" Greenwood had a gay old time tending bar at Casino Night Sunday. All proceeds go to Whistler Emergency Services.
02-308-190. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] They're off to a Le Mans start for the Eighth Annual Snow, Earth, Water Race in Whistler May 22.
02-308-25. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] but many of the contestants weren't feeling so chipper by the time they reached the bottom of the hill.
02-308-55. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Though the temperatures verged on scorching, you can rest assured the couple below didn't take their plunge intentionally.
02-308-286. Pg. 10. Caption: Jeff Wuolle serves up pancakes to some of Whistler's finest flatfeet Saturday morning. Being served are (left to right) Constables Steve Davidson, Richard Guay, Rocky Fortin and Gord Simms. Rotary netted $231 for its pancake sales.
02-308-262. Pg. 14. Caption: Pumping your arm in a slightly different way than usual volunteer nurses and board members from Whistler Health Planning Society tested blood pressure for a small donation at their booth in Whistler Village during the long weekend. Treasurer Kathie Hicks (left) reported the society made $99 and lots of new friends during the weekend. Diana Safrick (right) was one of four nurses on the scene during the weekend.

Week of March 7, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Stephani Sloan; Jim McConkey; gondola; ski gear; skiers; chairlift; cross-country skiing; band playing; Snowcat; downhill skiing; acrobatics; alphorn; alcohol; apres ski race drinking; man on crutches; Whistler and Blackcomb staff; Doc Fingers and the Gortex Blues; Foot in the Door playing at the Canadian Telemark Team Benefit
Appears in March 10, 1983 issue:
02-322-169. Pg. 1. Caption: M. Robert Gourdin, North American sales rep for Moet et Chandon and Hennessy Cognac, topped off this $24,000 tower of Baccarat crystal glasses with a few bottles of bubbly during a special presentation at Delta Mountain Inn March 3. And how to open a bottle of champagne on such a special occasion? Why, with a Napoleonic sabre, of course.
02-322-26. Pg. 2. Caption: Lands, Parks and Housing Minister Tony Brummet (center) was given the royal tour of Whistler March 4 and 5. Brummet was escorted to the top of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains Saturday by Hugh Smythe, President of Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises (left) and Franz Wilhelmsen, President of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation (right) Said Brummet of the development he saw there: "Amazing!".
02-322-158. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] At it again! Blackcomb and Whistler Mountain staff squared off for the second round (actually there's been far more than two rounds guzzled in this competition) at their boat races March 2.
02-322-120. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Gaudy poles alone Highway 99 disturbed the tranquil view of some motorists. The stripes, which are a plastic mesh and not paint, will be removed by B.C. Hydro soon.
02-322-129. Pg. 5. Caption: A new sound wafted through the air of Whistler Village Saturday, Mar. 5 thanks to Otto Baumann and his Alp horn. The horns were originally designed to call cattle home or signal to nearby neighbours. Baumann, 25, a native of Lucern Switzerland, made this horn himself. It measures 12 feet in length.
02-322-177. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Now you see it, now you don't. The WRA has recently invested $13,000 in this amazing piece of collapsible technology which can be used to set up an eye-catching display booth on Whistler in minutes. It's a traveller's delight, for when not extended to its full 12'x20' display size, it neatly collapses into a three ft. tube which weighs less than 30 lbs. -- including the photos. Here Village Coordinator Bob Wick demonstrates the full range of versatility of this latest creation from Silicon Valley.
02-322-181. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] See caption above.
02-322-151. Pg. 8. Caption: Paulette Bibeau gives a lift to Jay Hirabayashi in Jazz Duet.
02-322-85. Pg. 10. Caption: Doc Fingers and the Gortex Blues Band kept the crowd on their feet on the Canadian Telemark Team Benefit, Stunday, Mar. 6 at Bullets Cabaret. (L-R) Robin Ferrier, Doc Fingers and Jack Lavin belt it out for the full house. Not shown is Ferrier's crutch -- supporting his ankle, broken Mar. 4 scant days before the telemark racing season really gets underway.
02-322-101. Pg. 12. Caption: The cat disgorges its cargo -- seven powder hounds and one photographer prepare for the descent.
02-322-62. Pg. 13. Caption: [left] Craig Barker -- the man to talk to about telemark skiing.
02-322-68. Pg. 13. Caption: [right] Barkers eases through the crucial point in the telemark turn.
02-322-8. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Colin Pitt-Taylor, Chef, Function Junction.
02-322-10. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Nigel Woods, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-322-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Stephanie Sloan, Ski Instructor, Westside Road.
02-322-72. Pg. 16. Caption: Foot in the Door titillates the tele markers at the Canadian Telemark Team Benefit held at Bullets Cabaret Sunday, Mar. 6 (L-R) Mark Schnaidt, Craig Barker, Charlie Doyle and Rocco Bonito helped the team net $500 toward sending the team to races in Colorado.

Week of February 1, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to Budget rental cars; Armchair Books; dinner event with band; cross-country skiing race; portraits; CKVU film crew; eating at a restaurant; The Keg re-opening; driving; Blackcomb; S. F. U. Clansmen Invitational ski racing; chairlift; Bartosik; National Collegiate Ski Association Division Meet; "Whistler 200" dinner at Delta Mountain Inn; Whistler Hay and Sleigh Rides; Tacoy Ride band playing
Appears in February 3, 1983 issue:
02-328-69. Pg. 1. Caption: CKVU talk show host Laurier LaPierre rolled into Whistler Friday, Jan. 28 with his T.V. crew to compile and updated report on the crown corporation takeover at Whistler. At Beau's Restaurant, LaPierre interviewed (l to r) Roy Ferris (hidden), Mike Widger, Geoff Power and Glenda Bartosh for the opinions on Whistler and its future. The segment will be aired on the Vancouver Show Friday, Feb. 4.
02-328-111. Pg. 2. Caption: Judy Fosty ... "Even if we make a little bit of money, it's a start."
02-328-106. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Like a bridge over troubled waters the Culliton Creek span begins to edge its way towards the southbank. Scheduled for completion this spring, the bridge will take a big kink out of Highway 99 when it is finished.
02-328-49. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Tom Blake .. Snowmass Resort Association president.
02-328-125. Pg. 6. Caption: Overall winners in the National Collegiate Ski Association Division Meet, UBC ski club accept awards after the competition Sunday, Jan. 30. John Bartosik photo.
02-328-14. Pg. 8. Caption: Every drum roll means a winner at Whistler Mountain Ski Club's "Whistler 200" dinner Saturday, Jan. 29 in Delta Mountain Inn.
02-328-116. Pg. 9. Caption: Whistler's first piece of fire fighting equipment a 1962 International complete with 1,200 gallon tank, at its new home in the Village of Pemberton. Pemberton Fire Chief Milt Fernandez said the thank truck will round out fire services in the area, where water delivery is a problem.
02-328-163. Pg. 10. Caption: Whistler Hay and Sleigh Rides trundle through Whister Village most afternoons. Pick up a lift from The Stables behind the Public Safety Building. John Bartosik photo.
02-328-28. Pg. 11. Caption: Tacoy RIde lured listeners to the dance floor with their original reggae numbers at the Longhorn Pub Jan. 25-29.
02-328-36. Pg. 12. Caption: Paula Brown of Pacific Lutheran University, first place finisher in women's 7.5km cross-country race in the inter-collegiate competition held at Whistler Jan. 28, 29 and 30. Brown dashed around the course in 31:49.
02-328-87. Pg. 13. Caption: Brian Moran, Ken Till, Bob Elliott and John Grills outside the soon-to-be-opened Whistler Keg.
02-328-64. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Warren Borden, Shipwright, North Vancouver.
02-328-63. Pg. 16. Caption: [middle] Keith Dalley, Lift Maintenance Supervisor, Whistler Mountain, White Gold.
02-328-53. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] Frank Thiessen, Professional Pilot, Alpine Meadows.
02-328-95. Pg. 18. Caption: Getting into the swing of things, this youngster shows style and stamina during an outing on Whistler's Lost Lake trail system.

Week of September 22, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to baseball; portraits; Whistler board game; racecar; Blackcomb Mountain; Scandinavian folk dancing; symphony at the Brackendale; Terry Fox Run; Alpine Paving
Appears in September 29, 1983 issue:
02-355-35. Pg. 9. Caption: [left] Whistler's newest and only board game features a mock Highway 99 plus ski runs and pares-ski challenges.
Appears in September 22, 1983 issue:
02-355-68. Pg. 1. Caption: Amateur raced driver Dan Pantages sits at the helm of his Lotus Super Seven, a four-cylinder exposed wheel racer capable of about 160 kph. Pantages joined bout 35 other car enthusiasts over the weekend for a hillclimb race of the steep, winding road to Blackcomb Daylodge. Slightly modified cars raced as well as exotic speedsters, but out of all the cars the fastest time was turned in by a dune buggy. Drivers competed in a slalom course as well as in Blackcomb parking lot. The hillclimb and rally were sponsored by the Burnaby-Coquitlam Motorsport Association. Competitors came form as far away as Prince George.
02-355-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] On your mark, get set, go! The Terry Fox Run Sunday saw 48 runners complete the 10km circuit around Lost Lake to raise $280. Organized last moment by Jenny Busdon and Candy Rusted, a suggestion from participants was to ask one of the clubs to run it next year. How about it, you guys?
02-355-148. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] An improved road leading into the Club Cabin area from Highway 99 needs a stop sign, having been without one since roadwork was completed in the early summer. The intersection is located about one km north of the Gondola area on a stretch of highway with poor visibility in either direction. Ministry of Highways District Manager for the area, Ron Winbow, said Tuesday, "We'll take care of it."
02-355-109. Pg. 5. Caption: Chris Carson and friends performed Scandinavian folk dancing during Whistler's Class of '83 arts and crafts show Friday.
02-355-4. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Michael Ballingall, Promotions Manager, Kelowna.
02-355-11. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Grant Keys, Waiter, Brio.
02-355-7. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Dan Ladd, Restaurant employee, North Vancouver.
02-355-110. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] When Peter Brown throws a party, money is not the biggest concern. Brown, had of Canarim Investments, treated employees to a weekend of baseball and assorted fun activities. The company limousine, complete with telephone, spent Saturday in the shade of Whistler Resort Association's Arabesque tent, along with a weekend supply of appropriate refreshments.
02-355-155. Pg. 7. Caption: Workmen from Alpine Paving completed paving on Village Stroll Monday. Coastal Mountain Excavations also placed three drainage basins 10 days ago ensuring the last year's puddle problems aren't repeated next spring. Curbs have also been placed along Whistler Way and Mountain Lane. Paving of those roads should occur next week.
02-355-166. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] Frank Bunting's Datsun 280Z takes a sharp one on the way to a winning time;
02-355-173. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle left] Above, a Datsun 510 that hit gravel on the first curve ... and rolled.
02-355-115. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle right] Formula Race drivers waits for the big moment -- racing up Blackcomb at 85 kph;
02-355-66. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Pictures Clockwise from below: Crew checks out Uwe Gildemeister's heavily modified VW Rabbit before race;
02-355-79. Pg. 10. Caption: One of the EBAP workers does the preliminary work on a cycling/cross-country skiing bridge between Village Gate Boulevard and Whistler Way.
02-355-12. Pg. 11. Caption: Sayuri Fukasawa (left) travel counsellor in the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, was shown Whistler Monday by Mayor Shirley Henry of Pemberton and Drew Meredith, executive director of Whistler Resort Association. Mayor Henry is trying to get Pemberton a sister city in Japan.
02-355-156. Pg. 12. Caption: (from left to right) Sydney Humphries, Philippe Etter, Bryan King and Ian Hampton return for the second encore at Sunday's performance of the Purcell String Quartet at Brackendale Art Gallery.
02-355-053. [From left to right: unknown, unknown, unknown, Don Goodall, and Bart Imlov]

Week of June 14, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; roof; car wash; houses; swimming naked; repairing broken wooden bridge; golf course maintenance; baseball; Rainbow Ski area
Appears in June 14, 1984 issue:
02-401-B-31. Pg. 1. Caption: No-one skis anymore at the former Rainbow Ski area just off Highway 99 between Alpine Meadows and Emerald Estates but at one time it was the only place in Whistler open for night skiing. The ski jump was built by volunteers in the mid-1970s but a few winters of low snowfalls in the valley forced owners to shut-down operations in the 1979-80 season.
02-401-A-12. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Kids, cars and parents turned out Saturday for a car wash and bake sale that netted over $200 for the school's parent/teacher group. Police-cars, a fire truck and a whole flotilla of private vehicles stopped for spring cleaning.
02-401-A-22. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Three locked-out truckers picketed The Grocery Store in the village. Tuesday, preventing other union members from bringing supplies to the store. Picketing trucker Dayton MacKenzie said they are protesting their employer's decision to use "scab" drivers for food deliveries. Employer Slade and Stewart LTd. has locked out, Vancouver employees, and other employees in B.C. are on strike as of Tuesday. Grocery Store owner Geoff Power was unavailable for comment at press time.
02-401-C-9. Pg. 6. Caption: Emergency Services (last year called Tri-Services) overcame a mid-game spurt by the team from CItta to post a 17-12 victory on Monday in Whistler Beer League slo-pitch softball league action. Emergency Services now has a sparkling record of three wins and no losses.
02-401-B-5. Pg. 7. Caption: An Alpine Paving crew was hard at work last Wednesday paving the mini golf course just behind L'Apres at the gondola. Whistler Mountain hopes to have the Tattersfield and Associates designed course ready for operation by Saturday, June 16, but promise to definitely have it ready for play by the following weekend. Eighteen holes will cost players $2.
02-401-A-25. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Jean Jacques Finel, Hotel clerk, Vancouver.
02-401-A-27. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Craig Barker, Security Patroller, Nesters.
02-401-A-29. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Charlotte Sherriff, Ski Patroller, Tapley's Farm.

Week of November 1, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; snowmen; road construction; drinking; sparklers; Birthday party; Jack Bright; meeting
Appears in November 1, 1984 issue:
02-410-A-1. Pg.1. Caption: About 12cm of powdery snow covered the valley Tuesday in the first major snowfall of the season. A group of local women decided to herald the unofficial beginning of winter by building a 'snow-woman in Village Square' Tuesday. The 'snow-woman' featured brussel sprouts for a mouth, potatoes for eyes and a carrot for the nose.
02-410-A-29. Pg. 5. Caption: Youngsters at Myrtle Philip School had their first frolic in the snow of the season Tuesday morning, arriving at the school to find their friends as well as about 12cm of fresh new powder.
02-410-C-9. Pg. 7. Caption: Finance minister Hugh Curtis (left) listens to a tax presentation Monday in Squamish. At right are retired businessman Jack Walley and West Vancouver Howe Sound MLA John Reynolds.
02-410-A-25. Pg. 8. Caption: Antonio Pellin from Custom Paving take a 16 tonne compacting machine to Highway 99 at Village Gate Boulevard in preparation for the final paving and installation of a traffic light at the intersection. Once the work is completed this month, Whistler will have its first traffic light and the intersection will have an extra lane for turning into the village from both north and South. L&A Contracting from Squamish submitted the lowest bid of $148,405 for the project although municipal engineers Kerr Wood Leidal believe it could come in under budget by $11,000.
02-410-A-23. Pg. 8. Caption: Bill Peterson - Re-elect Alderman, campaign ad.
02-410-C-31. Pg. 8. Caption: Jack Bright for Mayor, campaign ad.
02-410-C-4. Pg. 17. Caption: Doug Fox, Alderman, campaign ad.
02-410-C-24. Pg. 18. Caption: Elizabeth Chaplin Ad

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Photographs of condominium building construction sites in the Creekside area, one of which is beside Highway 99.

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