Posted on Friday, November 19, 2021 01:46 PM
Tamsin Lyle, Principal, Ebbwater Consulting provided Council with a presentation on Flood Mitigation Planning.
Council determined earlier this year that the property on Beacon Hill Drive being developed by MacDonald Properties does not meet the established guidelines and that the requested variances are not sufficient due to site conditions. Council deferred the application back to staff a number of times which was considered once again at the Council...
Posted on Monday, November 15, 2021 11:40 AM
Recycling Ambassadors return with recycling education
Are you putting the right things in your recycling cart? Do you know which items are depot only recyclables? As part of the Regional Waste Reduction Office ongoing recycling education campaign, Recycling Ambassadors are back on the streets this fall checking what’s going into residential recycling carts.
Engineering Manager Travis Kendel says the Recycling Ambassador program, now well into its third season, has been extremely effective...
Posted on Friday, November 12, 2021 01:28 PM
Project made possible thanks to Canada Community-Building Fund
Lake Country is now home to an innovative Multi-generational Activity Centre (MAC) facility providing a place for activities and groups, building on the offerings of the Winfield recreation complex, and ensuring families in Lake Country have the supports they need. The siting of the new MAC allows for inter-generational programming between youth and seniors.
Posted on Tuesday, November 09, 2021 11:20 AM
Twelve year old Payton Bischoff is producing a Holiday Variety Show to showcase local youth and raise funds for families and youth in need
Lake Country, BC – Local performer Payton Bischoff, aged 12, has undertaken the challenge of producing a Holiday Variety Show in support of Youth & Family Services at The Bridge and the Life After Laundry Ladies Club. The show is a chance for local kids to perform after nearly two years without an audience and will run December 3 & 4 at Creekside...
Posted on Friday, November 05, 2021 07:30 AM
Council heard from the public on the application to remove a land use contract from 13974 Ogilvey Road. The removal rezones the property to RR1 and accommodates an already existing secondary suite. Later in the evening, Council gave third reading of the bylaw to remove the land use contract.
Dr. Silvina Mema, Medical Health Officer, and Greg Baytalan, Specialist Environmental Health Officer, Interior Health presented to Council on Health Impacts of Radon. Noah Quastel,...