99.3 County FM will now have a permanent home for its offices and studios. The station has signed a long-term lease agreement with the County Farm Centre in Picton to occupy the space formerly used by the provincial driver’s license bureau.
The station expects to occupy the space in the winter of 2014 in order to start constructed and equipping its new studios and offices.
Left to right in photo: 99.3 County FM Directors John Hooper, Mary Sinclair, Bernie Finkelstein, Peter Fleming, County Farm Centre General Manager Wilma Courneyea, Director Doug Monk, Chair Treat Hull, radio accountant Deb Simpson and Director John Mather. Absent Director’s Shelagh Mathers and Terry Culbert (taking the picture).