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Letter: Let's build a city hall we can be proud of

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 25, 2016

It is time to move beyond small town parochial attitudes and get on with creating a West Kelowna we can all be proud of.

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Letter: MLA reimbursed for non-allowable travel expenses

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 23, 2016

MLA travel expense claims are not being audited by the B.C. Auditor General's department.

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Letter: New city hall will burden West Kelowna taxpayers

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 23, 2016

West Kelowna has a $54-million water infrastructure cost coming our way sometime in 2017 that will triple…water bill for 20 years.

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Letter: Let's not have a Lac-Mégantic in B.C.

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 23, 2016

I am disappointed that this province has not chosen to upgrade its aging [oil and gas distribution] infrastructure.

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Letter: Safe injection sites save lives

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday August 24, 2016

Countless lives have been saved by safe injection sites, why do we want less for the people in our community?

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Letter: LNG a no-go industry for B.C.

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 23, 2016

China built 4,000 km of pipeline to northeastern Russia…The US has found vast amount of shale gas and oil and won't rely on Canadian energy…

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Letter: Transit workers come to dog's rescue

Kelowna Capital News - Saturday August 20, 2016

It is very satisfying to know that Kelowna Regional Transit System has employees who are so dedicated to the public.

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Letter: Farm-based RV parks work for the farmer, tourist and city coffers

Kelowna Capital News - Friday August 19, 2016

Kelowna council was just recently ecstatic about a proposed RV park on a golf course which is firmly planted on agricultural land.

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Letter: Injection sites just a way for addicts to get high

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 18, 2016

Might I suggest the money would be better spent opening more walk-in clinics or hiring more doctors for law abiding citizens of Kelowna.

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Letter: Politicians–Get off you bums and fix our gas prices

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 18, 2016

Newfoundland, where everything is brought to the island by ship, is paying $1.15 per litre.

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Letter: Open 'handicapped' parking spaces to all

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 18, 2016

Let people with an impaired mobility pass park anywhere without plugging the meter.

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Letter: Kelowna parking meters 'bagged' 24/7

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday August 17, 2016

Construction workers parking in vacant lot would help shoppers and tourists find a parking space downtown.

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Letter: Still no minutes from RPS board meetings

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 16, 2016

Ironically, no board or AGM minutes have ever been provided to its own members, never mind the people of Rutland and the city at large.

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Letter: One Prospera employee puts customers first

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 16, 2016

All three days [of Rock the Lake] I witnessed [Gerry Gagnon] doing so many great things for everyone…

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Letter: Vote YES committee launches first salvo on West Kelowna Civic Centre

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 4, 2016

"On September 17th, West Kelowna residents will have the opportunity to be part of the future of our city."

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Letter: Nitrate contamination flows into Okanagan watershed

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday August 3, 2016

We are sorry that our problem has become a problem for everyone in the Okanagan and beyond.

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Letter: Weddings take another bite out of farm land

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 4, 2016

What people fail to understand is that only five per cent of land in B.C. is in the ALR.

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Letter: Canada Post reaches into 'lost and found heaven'

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday August 3, 2016

Canada Post employees took on the challenge and the parcel was returned—intact—to the sender.

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Letter: Police should target tire-squealers

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 2, 2016

This unacceptable noise is heard especially after 3 p.m. and carries on all night to a greater or lesser degree.

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Letter: Pavement too hot for dogs to handle

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday August 3, 2016

As they crossed, I saw the dog lifting a paw and hobbling on three. The owner seemed unaware of his dog's suffering.

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