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Before West Kelowna voted to incorporate, residents knew there would be a price to running a City Hall, their own RCMP detachment and maintaining their own roads, among many other costs.
Finally figured it out
For a winery that’s just over a year old, West Kelowna’s Volcanic Hills Estate Winery is already putting itself in some prestigious company as it was awarded the Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for Excellence in B.C. Wines for its 2010 Rosé.
District of West Kelowna councillors have met every two weeks for almost four years in a building next door to Mt. Boucherie Secondary school, but it was only in the last six weeks that they spent any time talking to their neighbours.
If you thought Google Maps was cool, wait till you see what the District of West Kelowna can do.
It didn’t take long for West Kelowna Fire Rescue crews to realize a Sunday grassfire would need more than a single callout.
Who says politicians don’t listen to young people—or that students can’t make a difference?
District of West Kelowna councillors may be behind the wheel of their own bus services, but they still can’t seem to figure out which way to turn.
Next week’s Westside Daze will feature a parade as always, but a new tradition may begin this year by honouring outstanding members of the community as Parade Marshal.
In a little under two months, a field of grass and dirt in the Westbank Centre park will be transformed into a children’s spray park.
Just when you thought the cost of Royal Lepage Place couldn’t get any higher, yet another bill was revealed by the District of West Kelowna Tuesday that is directly attributable to construction of the community arena.
Campers and boaters at Bear Creek Park are going to be in for a rude surprise this summer as the only boat launch in the area is being closed by the Regional District of Central Okanagan.
It may be a little more expensive than anyone projected, but West Kelowna hopes it will have the central community attraction it has been looking for with final approval from District of West Kelowna council for the Westbank Centre Children’s Spray Park.
He doesn’t often speak publicly about it, but when Anthony von Mandl shares his vision of the future of his Mission Hill estate winery and the Okanagan Valley in general, he is consistent.