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RCMP asked to investigate missing fees

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Police have been asked to investigate after Surrey Ultimate League members discovered the group’s summer field rental fees remain unpaid.

According to a Sept. 23 email sent to league members, the board learned last month that the fees hadn’t been paid to the City of Surrey.

Police were contacted after board members were unable to reach the person who had been tasked with paying the fees from members’ contributions.

The Surrey Ultimate League – in which participants use a flying disc to play a high-energy, non-contact team sport – formed three years ago.

Games are played on a drop-in basis through the colder months; team/tournament play takes place at the South Surrey Athletic Park in the summer.

 

 

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