Wednesday, September 30, 2015

City of Kelowna clarifies it's position on water issues

 For the Record: Water Improvement Districts
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For the Record: Water Improvement Districts

Sept. 29, 2015

For the Record: Water Improvement Districts

Sept. 29, 2015
Some clarification is required for a news release issued Sept. 25 by the four local improvement districts of the Kelowna Joint Water Committee.
The news release states: “Much of what has been said in the media about [the Kelowna Integrated Water Supply Plan] lately revolves around the amalgamation or dissolution of the improvement districts in order to gain grant funding.”
What the City of Kelowna has said is it’s time to work towards a robust and integrated water supply and distribution system to ensure water supply redundancies are in place should one source experience supply or quality issues.
Integration, an objective stated in the B.C. government’s improvement districts policy, would occur over a period of time. (read more)


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