Application deadline extended to serve as agricultural advisory committee

Interested individuals have until Jan. 14 to apply to sit on West Kelowna's Agricultural Advisory Committee.

The District of West Kelowna has extended the deadline to apply to sit on its Agricultural Advisory Committee.

Interested individuals now have until Jan. 14, 2012 to apply.

The district is accepting applications to fill five to seven at-large positions on the AAC for a three-year term, to end Dec. 31, 2015.

The purpose of the committee is to advise council on land use and economic development matters relating to agriculture and to act as a liaison between council and the agribusiness community.

The committee’s mandate, criteria and meeting procedures can be found in the detailed Terms of Reference, which are posted on the district’s website or can be picked up at Municipal Hall (2760 Cameron Rd., West Kelowna).

Residents who are interested in volunteering their time to sit on the committee are invited to submit an application form to the Corporate Services Division.

Forms are available on the district’s website to download and print, or for pick up at Municipal Hall.

In order to be considered, completed applications must be submitted before 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 14, 2013, by fax (778-797-1001) or mail (2760 Cameron Rd., West Kelowna, B.C., V1Z 2T6).

For additional information on the Agricultural Advisory Committee, please contact the development services division at 778-797-8830.

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