(from left) West Kelowna Council, Jayson Zilkie, Gord Milsom, Jason Friesen, Carol Zanon, Stephen Johnston and Rick de Jong photo: contributed

Chance for residents to talk with West Kelowna Council about budget

Feb. 20 residents can ask questions about the budget to council and city staff

West Kelowna Council is hosting an open house next week to provide information and gather input from the public on this year’s draft budget which includes a 3.88 per cent property tax increase.

The opportunity to meet with West Kelowna Mayor Gord Milsom and members of council Wednesday, Feb. 20 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Westbank Lions Community Centre.

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Review the 2019/2028 Financial Plan and find out how your tax dollars will be spent and what big ticket capital projects are in the works this year. Information will also be provided on Council’s 2019 Strategic Plan.

Council and staff will be on hand to answer your questions and refreshments will be provided.

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