Irrigation petition circulating

The changes to the rates and metering of separate irrigation lines continues to be an ongoing issue for many Summerland citizens.

Dear Editor:

The changes to the rates and metering of separate irrigation lines continues to be an ongoing issue for many Summerland citizens.

It is important to inform the public that a petition is continuing to circulate.

We will present this petition to council in January, 2015.

If you care concerned about the water meter issue, please contact mldunn@shaw.ca or call 250-494-1428 or write to 10211 Giant’s Head Road, Summerland, B.C., V0H 1Z0 or Dawn Richards artmarm@shaw.ca, 250-494-7492 or 14119 Prairie Valley Road, Summerland, B.C., V0H 1Z8

Mary Lou Dunn

Summerland

 

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