Your chance to have your say

West Kelowna council is looking for public input into its upcoming budget.

  • Feb. 11, 2011 8:00 p.m.

West Kelowna council is looking for public input into its upcoming budget.

West Kelowna residents are invited to have their say regarding the draft 2011 municipal budget and the provisional 2011 to 2015 financial plan during a series of upcoming budget working sessions.

The first public consultation event will take place Feb. 171 at the Westbank Lions Community Hall, from 6 to 9 p.m.

The input session will follow a short presentation from the District of West Kelowna’s chief financial officer Jim Zaffino.

Those who are unable to attend the first event can attend a second input session planned for March 15 at the Lions Westbank Community Hall, also from 6 to 9 p.m.

To read up on the 2011 draft budget and the provisional 2011 to 2015 financial plan, go to Once on the page, go to Mayor and Council and choose 2011 budget from the drop down menu. For more information, or to obtain a hard copy of the budget, call the West Kelowna finance department at 778-797-2220.

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