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Mayor continues duty on water board

Osoyoos Today – February 20, 2018 Osoyoos Mayor Sue McKortoff appears to be enjoying her time on the Okanagan Basin Water Board. The Mayor has agreed to sit another one-year term on the board — joining mayors from other Okanagan

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Water board chair re-elected

Kelowna Daily Courier – February 9, 2018

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Kelowna city councillor re-elected water board chair

Kelowna Capital News / Lake Country News – February 7, 2018 Kelowna city councillor Tracy Gray will serve a second term as chair of the Okanagan Basin Water Board. Gray was lone candidate for the position, as was vice-chair nominee

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