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Municipal Elections

October 28, 2011


Electors of the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen Area ‘H’ will elect a Director for the three years term ending in the fall of 2014. You do not need to register prior to voting day. You are required to produce two (2) pieces of ID that together prove who you are and where you live. One […]

Missezula Takes Lead with Non-Resident Voting

August 31, 2011


Since there has been no information sent out from the Princeton Aquatic Centre committee about how and when to vote in the referendum, people in the communities are taking a lead. The web site is one example, and the posters that others are putting up is another. A really noteworthy effort is being shown […]

Don’t Let Princeton Vote For Us

July 26, 2011


There is a petition circulating asking Area H residents to support their democratic independence within the regional district. Here is what the information sheet says: A referendum for Princeton together with the diverse communities of Area H is scheduled for September 24. The process is flawed. The amalgamation of the Town of Princeton and Area […]

A New Voice

July 20, 2011


This blog is intended to provide a voice for residents of the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen Area H. There are many diverse communities in this area. The main ones are: Eastgate, Allison Lake, Coalmont, Missezula Lake, Manning Park, Princeton Fringe, Princeton-Summerland Corridor (Five Mile Valley and Chain Lakes Area),  Osprey Lake, and Tulameen. For […]