Council is trying to make life easier for campers in Bruderheim.
 
At last meeting, council discussed the idea of adding more signage along Highway 15 to alert passersby about the campground.
 
"The campground is an asset for the community that a lot of people utilize that are working in our area. And if we can provide a little bit of signage to help direct folks to where it is, I think that would be beneficial in the long-term for our campground," said mayor Karl Hauch.
 
The topic was first brought up by councillor George Campbell in a previous council meeting.
 
Administration still has to discuss the plan with Alberta Transportation before determining a time-frame or cost.

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