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Final public input to downtown Kelowna revitalization plan

Residents will have a chance to provide city staff with input to help finalize the Kelowna’s Downtown Plan at an open house Thursday, Nov. 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the downtown Kelowna library branch,1380 Ellis St.

“We’re inviting residents to drop by our open house to provide input on potential projects and proposed policies supporting the 10-year plan for downtown,” said Signe Bagh, City of Kelowna director of policy and planning.

City representatives will be on hand to answer questions and receive input on the plan before it is presented to council in early 2012.

Residents can also have their say by taking 10 minutes for 10 questions for the 10-year plan.

An online survey is available at kelowna.ca (top right hand corner). The survey will close Thursday, Nov. 10.

 

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