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Town hall meeting calls West Kelowna residents

West Kelowna council will host the meeting June 27

West Kelowna council is inviting residents to discuss concerns that are affecting the city.

A town hall meeting has been called for June 27 to provide the public with an opportunity to discuss city-wide matters related to crime, vagrancy, open drug use and other issues that have been reported to have negatively impacted the downtown core.

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The town hall meeting will be at Westbank Lions Community Centre from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and will be facilitated by a third party.

Members of West Kelowna council will be on-hand to observe and listen to the concerns brought forward by residents.

Those looking to provide their input will be given up to two minutes for personal remarks.

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