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Notice of Open House

September 2, 2011


Draft Electoral Area ‘H’ Official Community Plan and Bylaw Princeton Fringe Area Date: Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011 Time: 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Location: Riverside Centre Address: 148 Old Hedley Road Tulameen Date: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011 Time: 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Location: Community Centre Address: 2595 Otter Avenue The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen […]

On Our Own

August 22, 2011


Numerous people have written to the Inspector of Municipalities to try to get an inquiry into the seemingly irregular affairs of the Princeton Aquatic Centre Referendum. These letters appear to have met with deaf ears, but one person finally got a much belated response. It would appear that Area H will not get much sympathy […]

Referendum Question

August 16, 2011


AQUATIC CENTRE SERVICE for ELECTORAL AREA ‘H’ (RURAL PRINCETON) and TOWN OF PRINCETON On Saturday, September 24, 2011, qualified electors within the proposed Electoral Area ‘H’ (Princeton Rural) and Town of Princeton Service Area will be voting on the following question: The purpose of Bylaw No. 2564, 2011 is to establish a service for the […]

Growth Management

August 10, 2011


This section of the Official Community Plan is particularly interesting because of the recent Aquatic Centre proposal and it’s relation to quality of life and infrastructure. Section 7.0 states: Growth Management is an essential component of a well planned community as it enables a community to direct growth in a manner that protects quality of […]

Community Vision

August 6, 2011


As many know, the draft official community plan is now available for comment. One of the cornerstones of that document, developed with extensive community consultation, is the community vision. Section 5.0 outlines a set of common expectations and a shared vision among the different communities that comprise the Electoral Area H. It emphasizes values residents […]

BYLAW NO. 2541 – pay it again Sam

August 1, 2011


A reader sends us this heads up: “This is an added tax that we will be paying for the arena as well as the wellness centre. Osoyoos had an increase of only .26 and I was wondering why our area was so much higher? This increased tax for these buildings was not brought up at […]