Juicy Topics Open House

The City of Penticton is blending four ‘juicy’ topics into one open house later this month. Residents are invited to drop in at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre on August 28 to discuss the legalization of cannabis in the city, the future of wastewater solids management, the findings from the SOEC parking study and proposed changes to the Building Bylaw. The open house will run from 4 pm to 7 pm and will feature four separate stations, one for each of the key topics. Attendees are invited to enjoy a complimentary fresh juice or smoothie while they review the materials. Watch this page for information about the topics that will be discussed as well as online feedback forms for each topic (coming August 24.)

The City of Penticton is blending four ‘juicy’ topics into one open house later this month. Residents are invited to drop in at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre on August 28 to discuss the legalization of cannabis in the city, the future of wastewater solids management, the findings from the SOEC parking study and proposed changes to the Building Bylaw. The open house will run from 4 pm to 7 pm and will feature four separate stations, one for each of the key topics. Attendees are invited to enjoy a complimentary fresh juice or smoothie while they review the materials. Watch this page for information about the topics that will be discussed as well as online feedback forms for each topic (coming August 24.)

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    Topic #1 Cannabis Framework Feedback Form

    The City has developed a draft framework to guide the introduction of retail sales and public use of legalized cannabis in the community. The City would like to understand if the framework reflects the direction provided by residents. Please review the Topic #1 Cannabis Framework Open House Displays if you need any further information to complete the feedback form.

    The City has developed a draft framework to guide the introduction of retail sales and public use of legalized cannabis in the community. The City would like to understand if the framework reflects the direction provided by residents. Please review the Topic #1 Cannabis Framework Open House Displays if you need any further information to complete the feedback form.

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    Topic #2 Wastewater Solids Handling Feedback Form

    The City is reviewing the options for handling the solids from the advanced wastewater treatment plant to determine a plan for the future. From a list of 23 possible processes, the City has developed a shortlist and would like to understand what is important to residents when determining a recommendation. Please review the Topic #2 Wastewater Solids Handling Open House Displays if you need any further information to complete the feedback form.

    The City is reviewing the options for handling the solids from the advanced wastewater treatment plant to determine a plan for the future. From a list of 23 possible processes, the City has developed a shortlist and would like to understand what is important to residents when determining a recommendation. Please review the Topic #2 Wastewater Solids Handling Open House Displays if you need any further information to complete the feedback form.

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    Topic #3 Building Bylaw Feedback Form

    The City is proposing to replace its Building Bylaw with a new version that incorporates changes to the BC Building Code and the new BC Building Act and BC Energy Step Code, as well as to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its permit applications and processes. The City worked with industry stakeholders to develop the draft and would like to gather feedback from the community.  Please review the Topic #3 Building Bylaw Open House Displays if you need any further information to complete the feedback form.

    The City is proposing to replace its Building Bylaw with a new version that incorporates changes to the BC Building Code and the new BC Building Act and BC Energy Step Code, as well as to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its permit applications and processes. The City worked with industry stakeholders to develop the draft and would like to gather feedback from the community.  Please review the Topic #3 Building Bylaw Open House Displays if you need any further information to complete the feedback form.

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    Topic #4 SOEC Parking Study Feedback Form

    The City is updating the 2015 SOEC Parking Study to gather current information about parking use at the complex and identify options to better manage available parking in the short term. The City also conducted a survey to provide residents with an opportunity to share their views and ideas. The draft findings from the study are now available for residents to review and comment on as the City prepares to develop the recommendations. Please review the Topic #4 SOEC Parking Study Open House Displays if you need more information to complete the feedback form.

    The City is updating the 2015 SOEC Parking Study to gather current information about parking use at the complex and identify options to better manage available parking in the short term. The City also conducted a survey to provide residents with an opportunity to share their views and ideas. The draft findings from the study are now available for residents to review and comment on as the City prepares to develop the recommendations. Please review the Topic #4 SOEC Parking Study Open House Displays if you need more information to complete the feedback form.

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