Coun. Geoff Lyons spoke to a recent Ucluelet and Area Historical Society meeting.
He said the society has met with the current owner of the building formerly known as St. Aidan-On-the-Hill church Leif Hagar and acquired a stained glass window from the church that will be stored as a historical monument.
â€œItâ€™s good to hear that weâ€™ve been able to acquire that,â€ Lyons said.
The society is still working towards bringing a potential new museum to Uclueletâ€™s Amphitrite Point but is hoping to receive more specific information about where such a museum could best be located, according to Lyons.
â€œIâ€™ve been asked to let council know that the society is interested in either using the house (by the lighthouse) or even part of the Coast Guard facility if itâ€™s vacated for a tea house and museum,â€ he said.
He said the society is having a tricky time presenting a business plan without knowing which facility the potential museum would be in.
Lyons showed one of several historical signs set to be placed within Uclueletâ€™s downtown core to create a historical walk for locals and visitors.
The finished sign is earmarked for The Crowâ€™s Nest building and other signs are on their way for other locations.