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West Kelowna begins harmonization of water rates

Kelowna Capital News / Lake Country Calendar – January 29, 2018 West Kelowna water users can expect to see rate increases this year as the City of West Kelowna prepares to fund significant upgrades and improvements to bring the municipal

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Water conservation efforts get boost in West Kelowna

The Daily Courier – October 31, 2014 New leak-detection equipment has been purchased in an effort to improve West Kelowna’s water conservation efforts.  

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West Kelowna community open house

Kelowna Capital News – May 14, 2014 The public is invited to attend an upcoming open house to discuss multiple ongoing topics in the West Kelowna community. Information will be on display and feedback is welcomed. District of West Kelowna

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Sewer service costs increase for area of West Kelowna Estates

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West Kelowna council concerned about Jackpine Lake development plans

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