Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Council

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Council News

Council revising bylaw The Town of Oliver has revised a bylaw dealing with agricultural irrigation charges. The amendment was made to better reflect earlier discussions concerning...

Jeff Ashe wants to keep town’s personality intact

(The following is an interview with Jeff Ashe, who is running in the September 21 by-election.)   Q: What prompted you to throw your hat into...

Permit issued to flea market

Expect to see an increase in bylaw enforcement on the corner of Station Street and Coop Avenue during the weekends this summer. This increase is...

Teacher vies for council seat

(Maurizio Basso is running in the September 21 by-election in Oliver. Here are his responses to our questions.)  Q:  What prompted you to throw your...

Council looks at future of Centennial RV Park

As Town council looks for people interested in operating Centennial RV Park, it is hoping the property will accommodate bigger and better things in...

Roads, policing worry council

Deteriorating roads and policing costs are two of several issues that Oliver council wants to address at this fall’s Union of BC Municipalities convention. Mayor...

Joanne Bray wants to enhance the community

(Joanne Bray is running in the September 21 by-election in Oliver. Here are her responses to our questions.)   Q: What prompted you to throw your...

Board defends its partnership with PDCRS

School District 53 is defending its decision to allow Penticton and District Community Resources Society (PDCRS) to operate child care services in local schools. After...

Council, June 26, 2013

TUPs explored Council is looking at expanding provisions relating to temporary use permits (TUPs) in town. Planner Christopher Garrish said legislated changes to the Local Government...