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RDNO appointments made

January 24, 2016 – Vernon Morning Star Members of the Regional District of North Okanagan board have been given their assignments.

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Board offers sewer extension help

November 8, 2015 – Vernon Morning Star

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Creek funds flow

June 19, 2015 – Vernon Morning Star

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Milfoil drives debate

Vernon Morning Star – February 20, 2015 Milfoil control is being defended. The Regional District of North Okanagan turned off the Kalamalka Lake source because of turbidity. It states the turbidity is partly from the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s milfoil

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Mission Hill water source turned off because of turbidity

Vernon Morning Star – February 16, 2015 Greater Vernon residents are united when they turn on their taps. On Monday, the Regional District of North Okanagan switched off the Kalamalka Lake source because of turbidity and about 55,000 people are

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Fairbairn sets the tone for RDNO

Vernon Morning Star – January 11, 2015 The Regional District of North Okanagan’s chairperson wants an active board.

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Regional District of North Okanagan directors reveal expenses

Vernon Morning Star – June 07, 2013 Regional District of North Okanagan directors insist their salaries reflect a lot of hard work on behalf of constituents. In 2012, 28 individuals received $313,622 in remuneration and expenses for board and committee

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RDNO Board Appointments Proceed

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