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RDEK Town Hall Meeting in Brisco tomorrow evePosted: January 15, 2012
The Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) is beginning a series of region-wide Town Hall Meetings tomorrow night (Jan. 16) in Brisco at the Community Hall.
Common themes expected to be discussed at the 7 p.m. meeting, open to the public, are the RDEK’s Agricultural Plan and the Five-Year Financial Plan. However, it is expected that each meeting will reflect what is going on and required in each location.
“The meetings all have different agendas as we try to cater the meeting to the specific area. In the Columbia Valley, we have a presentations at each of the four meetings from project proponents who received funding from the RDEK’s Columbia Valley Local Conservation Fund and presentations on Columbia Valley secondary suites,” said RDEK communications manager Loree Duczek.
Following the Electoral Area G meeting in Brisco it is Electoral Area F’s turn for a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort at 7 p.m.
Columbia Valley secondary suites and a fire department update will be included with that meeting.
For those in either area who can’t make the first meetings, two more are planned in February.
The second Area G meeting is Thursday, Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Edgewater Community Hall. And the second Area F meeting is Thursday, Feb. 23 at the Windermere Community Hall.
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