Municipal Government

Cascades Casino has been forced closed since March due to COVID. It's caused a $1.6 million hit to the City of Penticton's reserves.
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COVID-19 delivers $1.6 million hit to Penticton’s reserves

Penticton has only received $338K this year in their share of casino income

 

Village of Keremeos looking for feedback on updates for zoning and OCP bylaws

The deadline for accepting feedback will be announced at a virtual open house in the coming weeks

 

Long-time Okanagan committee member retires

Malcolm Mitchell has volunteered on the water advisory for more than 25 years

Additional RCMP officers to come to Penticton in 2022

Council approved the mayor’s request to add the Mounties to planning for the budget

Expect utility rates to rise by $150 a year for residents in Penticton

City staff proposed a higher increase of $163.20 a year to council on Oct. 6

Okanagan beach bench remembers bylaw officer

Bench to be installed at Pebble Beach Park in Lake Country in memory of John Mellor

Intersection disruptions for North Okanagan

All city-owned lights to be tested over next three weeks starting Monday, Oct. 5

Lake Country’s top paid employee retires

Deputy CAO moves up the ranks to fill the position

Former Summerland CAO to join City of Penticton leadership

Anthony Haddad will be stepping into his new role as Pentiton’s general manager of community services

Summerland administrator steps down

Anthony Haddad to finish role with municipality on Nov. 10

COVID-19 cancels North Okanagan program, shuffles meeting

Fall garden waste/leaf drop-off program cancelled, Sept. 14 Lavington meeting moved to Coldstream

COLUMN: Public input necessary for community projects

Summerland council seeking input on two projects

  • Sep 2, 2020

Second civic employee retires from Okanagan district

Coldstream’s deputy clerk retires after 25 years with district

CAO biggest Lake Country earner and spender

Chief administrative officer has more than $10,000 in expenses, paid more than $275,000 for 2019

Enderby council in isolation following COVID-19 exposure

City office closed until Aug. 31, remote services only

Stagnant water keeps popular North Okanagan park closed

Splash park, playground and washrooms still closed at Polson Park due to water pooling

Local state of emergency declared at Penticton home

Slope failure cited as city issues notice at home in 600 block of Heather Road

Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen pays nearly $8 million in wages

Figures included in latest Statement of Financial Information

Democracy costs Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen more than $500,000

Remuneration and expenses paid to chair, directors and alternate directors comes to $542,588