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The Alzheimer Society of B.C.’s ultimate vision is a world without dementia
Skeena MLA warns of damage to B.C. investment from Green threats
Units in seniors care facility in Summerland would not be affordable
Summerland is the only community that does not use lake licenses to supplement its water system
What is the taxpayer of Summerland willing to give up for the sake of a high rise development?
Old gas pump was important in previous years
With a bigger population comes bigger infrastructure problems
Banks Crescent development would benefit seniors health and housing crisis
Historic pump contributed to Summerland’s growth and development
There could be shear strength failure because the sediments are sloped towards the lake
We now have 12,000 residents. Why place 1,000 people in this remote location?
Firefighting and downtown access are issues surrounding Summerland development
Can we find a safer property in Summerland where we will still reap the economic benefits?
Re-read and consider the contents of the Lower Town Strategic Plan and the 2016 Cultural Plan
Waiting lists in Summerland are extremely long
If our application is accepted, the family should arrive in Summerland within six to 12 weeks
Mission statement, other documents should determine Summerland Museum policies
Facility should be constructed on a safe, flat site in Summerland
Apart from personal concerns there are real concerns that affect all of Summerland
Summerland council has adopted resolution that the hatchery issues be resolved first