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Lakeside Leader - chamber
www.lakesideleader.com, 24 May 2006 [cached]
Accepting the Chamber's award of Employer of the Year was Bill Lukan, owner of Remote Helicopters, Seguin Construction, Billy's Outlaw Inn, The Point Steakhouse and The Liquor Barn.Speaking of just one of those ventures, his nominator said: The legacy of The Point Steakhouse is a fine example of Bill's determination to see his entrepreneurial skills pass to his children and grandchildren.As I see it, The Point is his gift to the community.It is the structure that will bring many tourist dollars into the area and his opened up many possibilities for other entrepreneurs to expand on the tourism theme.
Lakeside Leader - old town
www.lakesideleader.com, 20 June 2003 [cached]
"They're dredging (at marinas) all along the lake," said The Point owner Bill Lukan.
Lakeside Leader - old town
www.lakesideleader.com, 13 Mar 2003 [cached]
"They're dredging (at marinas) all along the lake," said The Point owner Bill Lukan."I don't see why we can't get it done here."Such a project would require the approval of the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), which has jurisdiction over navigable waterways.
Lakeside Leader - silt
www.lakesideleader.com, 24 Nov 2005 [cached]
That's the concern of some people, including The Point Steakhouse & Marina owner Bill Lukan.He was showing photos of the delta's encroachment at a recent open house on waterfront development in Slave Lake.Lukan wants to know if logging in the Mooney watershed south of the lake is responsible.If so, he thinks something should be done about it before the bay fills up with mud.Gib Engebretson, who lives about two kilometres up Mooney Creek from its mouth, suspects logging is to blame as well.Flooding and siltation are worse than in years past, he says.In fact it got so bad in 1996 and '97 that the creek nearly plugged itself up with silt, adding to the flooding problem.That's when he applied for permission to dig Mooney a new channel to the lake. "It had silted in all in two feet about the normal flood level and then it filtered through the bush," he says.Engebretson received permission from the province to re-route the last bit of the creek from its northwesterly channel in a more northeasterly direction.He did the work "about four or five years ago."
Lakeside Leader - Rehab
www.lakesideleader.com, 14 July 2004 [cached]
Williams said a number of property owners with homes or businesses along that stretch have already asked him about tying in the proposed sewer line that The Point Steakhouse and Marina owner Bill Lukan has on the drawing boards.