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Letter: Learn about rail-trail before casting idea out

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 17, 2014

…raising taxes for any reason is not popular, however, it is also important to look at what benefits the project may have…

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Letter: Okanagan Lake crossing at McKinley would solve traffic problems

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 17, 2014

Extend the Coquihalla…beyond Bear Creek to a new bridge located north of the Traders Cove area over to McKinley Landing.

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Letter: Traffic from South Slopes is getting out of control

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 17, 2014

This proposed traffic circle would allow access to Dehart Road for a proposed 110-address subdivision at Bartholomew Court.

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Letter: Pink campaigns distract from cancer research

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 17, 2014

Today, chemotherapy is still done on cancer patients. Nothing has changed.

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Letter: Special interests cripple economic development

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 17, 2014

Despite what some…politicians during this current municipal election would have us believe, B.C. needs to encourage foreign investment…

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Letter: Perhaps GPs don’t know of melanoma surgery issue

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday October 15, 2014

What I found out was when melanoma is cut thousands of cancer cells entered the body.

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Letter: Hikers should buy land, charge for its use

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday October 15, 2014

Why is it that hiking enthusiasts…expect everyone else in the valley…purchase, develop and maintain another designated hiking trail?

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Letter: Paddlers, swimmers not a ‘good fit’

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday October 15, 2014

A simple linear green park would satisfy people who just want to enjoy the sandy shore and the lake.

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Letter: BCTF pres says let's work together

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 10, 2014

But our education system should…be defined by our willingness and ability to work together to overcome them.

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Letter: Too posh to pick up your dog’s poo

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 10, 2014

YOU, DOG OWNER, feel that it is acceptable to throw your bag of dog doo into my bushes or leave it untied at the bottom of my driveway.

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Letter: City buys paddle club a lovely home

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 10, 2014

The trouble with long-term leases is the sense of ownership they give. Do we suppose the council has been wise enough to prevent that?

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Letter: Bylaws officer fails as ‘goodwill ambassador’

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 10, 2014

So, if I drive from Kelowna to Vernon to Kamloops, I would need to educate myself on the bylaws for each city before driving there?

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Letter: New city park 'a proud moment'

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 10, 2014

If we all find ways of supporting city council in preserving this lakeshore for the public, we will all reap the rewards.

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Letter: Community plan ‘hijacked by city staff’

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 10, 2014

Public hearing was an deceitful experience where council ignored their public due diligence responsibility.

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Letter: Mountain bikers only concerned with trail sharing

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday October 8, 2014

MTBco has no formal position in regards to the KVR right of way.

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Letter: Barking dogs

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday October 8, 2014

I am sick of RDCO and I am sick of the same dogs barking over and over and over again.

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Letter: Leadership conference a success

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday October 8, 2014

Wow what a week. One of the best CSLCs I have ever attended.

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Letter: Blueberry picking experience continues

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday October 7, 2014

We have some people who come out practically every time we’re open…

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Letter: City goes own way on Waterfront Park

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 3, 2014

The city had the budget for an open house, but not to begin the first step toward a public park—the demolition of the remaining houses.

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Letter: West Kelowna power grid still in the 1930s

Kelowna Capital News - Friday October 3, 2014

When are the high paid ‘plug operators’ going to wake up. This is almost 2015, not 1934.

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