Regional growth strategy open house planned

The public is being invited to attend an open house, on Thursday, Jan. 27, as part of the regional growth strategy review currently underway by the Central Okanagan Regional District.

  • Jan. 21, 2011 8:00 a.m.

The public is being invited to attend an open house, on Thursday, Jan. 27, as part of the regional growth strategy review currently underway by the Central Okanagan Regional District.

The open house will run from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the regional district office at 1450 KLO Road in Kelowna.

A short presentation will be given each hour to inform participants about the review process and how they can become involved and share their vision of the future.

The staff from the regional district’s development services department and its consultant, EcoPlan International, will be on hand to answer questions and receive comments.

Information about the regional growth strategy review process can be viewed on the CORD’s website (regionaldistrict.com/Growth) or by visiting the regional growth strategy website (futureok.ca).

Information is also available from development services staff at the regional district office.

For more information contact the CORD’s development services department at 250-469-6227.

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