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Attracting new golfers is the name of the game KEVIN PARNELL STAFF REPORTER

As the snow was melting earlier this spring and golfers across the Okanagan Valley prepared to dust off their golf clubs for another season, managers at Okanagan-area golf courses watched in anticipation of how their respective courses would survive the winter. Snow remained on the ground from November into March then melted and stayed away, rather than a melt-freeze-ice scenario that can damage delicate golf course greens. The winter may have seemed long for linksters looking to pull out their driver but the snow cover and melt was perfect for conditions, and across the board this season, local golf courses opened in excellent condition. And while that’s good for the golfer and for the courses, the golf industry is still looking to rebound from a downturn that began in 2008. New partnerships are being formed and facilities are working together to increase the number of people playing golf in the Central Okanagan. “The good news is the golf courses around the valley wintered well and we’ve got the best conditions we’ve had in 10 years,” said Dan Matheson, general manager at the Okanagan Golf Club, with the Quail and Bear courses near Lake Country. “In the last two years there is a feeling amongst most of the golf courses that there has


LAKE COUNTRY resident Ed Weiss enjoyed some early season play at the Aspen

Grove Golf Course last week. been a leveling off of the downward trend which gives us reason for optimism. We’re hoping we are about to enter a new phase in golf.” ••• What’s clear about this phase of golf in the Okanagan is that golf courses in the Okanagan are working together to grow the game. The most successful and longest running partnership between independently-owned courses is the Play Golf Kelowna (www.playgolfkelowna. com) partnership where golfers can purchase a

value card that can be redeemed at Kelowna Springs, Sunset Ranch, Shadow Ridge, Shannon Lake and Two Eagles as well as three different driving ranges. It’s a partnership that began in 1999 with three courses and earned about $58,000 and has seen huge growth up to last year when $1.5 million in green fees was split between the different facilities. And the success of the program has led to other partnerships in the Kelowna golf industry. Twelve courses are into

the third year of a program being run by Tourism Kelowna called Golf Kelowna, which is marketing the Okanagan as a destination for golf, hoping to attract tourists to the area and providing information and a general booking system for the local golf courses. “I think that is the direction we had to go in,” said Matheson. “Golf Kelowna is doing as much as they can to enhance the golf climate in the Okanagan. The entire golf community has to work together to get more golfers out.”

And it seems to be working. So far in 2013 bookings through www. are up 36.3 per cent over the same time in 2012. Golf Kelowna is reporting a much higher volume of information requests and quote requests from tourist golfers with the Alberta market leading the way early in the season with many golf courses in Edmonton and Calgary yet to open. “The last few years with this Golf Kelowna partnership we have been making steady gains,” said Catherine Frechette, communications manager at Tourism Kelowna. “But we have been coming out of the recession. We are still in that situation where we have an economic factor as part of people’s travel decisions. We’re still trying to build people’s trust in the product Kelowna has to offer.” Kelowna Springs general manager Ian Robertson, who sits on the board of Tourism Kelowna and who started the Play Golf Kelowna program, says the Golf

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All-candidates tonight Lake Country can hear what provincial political candidates have to say as part of the B.C. election campaign tonight, April 24, starting at 7 p.m. The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce is hosting this free all-candidates forum for the May 14 election. Chamber manager Corrine Cross says: “Allcandidates forums are very important community events where residents and business owners can get answers to questions, gauge responses and be aware of issues. Elections are a great way to be vested in your area, to be part of that decision making process.” Submit questions in advance for specific candidates or for the entire panel to manager@lakecountrychamber. com or fax to 250-766-0170.



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Kelowna partnership is extremely important to the area. “It’s very important that it survive,” he said. “The irony is the timing was not ideal. We started putting this program together three years ago so we were trying to ramp up a successful program in a down market. In hindsight, if we had that program started in 2006, we would be in a better position. But we’re here and we’re doing it now. The more people coming into Kelowna and golfing, the better for everybody.” Ironically Robertson’s Play Golf Kelowna partnership used to be called Golf Kelowna. When the group added Two Eagles and Sunset Ranch three years ago it changed its name to Play Golf Kelowna and sold the domain name of to Tourism Kelowna for one dollar. Robertson’s group also no longer markets its program outside of Kelowna, leaving



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Don’t forget your mouth when checking for cancer In honour of Oral Cancer Awareness Month, Lake Country dentists Dr. Lina Jung and Dr. Greg Kosar at Winfield Dental Centre are offering free oral cancer screenings on Thursday, April 25. Oral cancer is not a rare disease. Approximately 4,000 Canadians will be diagnosed with oral cancer every year. In North America, the disease kills one person every hour of every day, and over 100 new individuals will be diag-

nosed with it each day. The good news is that it can often be found early in its development, through a simple, painless, and quick screening. Who should get screened? Every adult. Oral cancer can often be caught early, even as a pre-cancer. With early detection, survival rates are high and the side effects are from treatment are at their lowest. Like other screenings you engage in such as cervical, skin, prostate, colon and breast

examinations, oral cancer screenings are an effective means of finding cancer at its early, highly curable stages. Make them part of your annual health check-ups. What are the risk factors? There are two distinct pathways by which most people come to oral cancer. One is through the use of tobacco and alcohol, a long term historic problem and cause, and the other is through exposure to the HPV16 virus (human papilloma

virus version 16), which is now the leading cause of oral cancers in the US, and the same one, which is responsible for the vast majority of cervical cancers in women. The quickest growing segment of the oral cancer population are young, healthy, non-smokers due to the connection to this virus. Early Indicators: • Red and/or white discolourations of the soft tissues of the mouth. • Any sore which does not heal within 14 days.

• Hoarseness which lasts for a prolonged period of time. Advanced Indicators: • A sensation that something is stuck in your throat. • Numbness in the oral region. • Difficulty in moving the jaw or tongue. • Difficulty in swallowing. • Ear pain which occurs on one side only. • A sore under a denture, which even after adjustment of the denture, still does not heal.




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Dr. Greg Kosar will perform free oral cancer screenings on Thursday, April 25 at their clinic in the Winfield Dental Centre. •A lump or thickening which develops in the mouth or on the neck. An oral cancer screening should be conducted every year, so take advantage of this free offer and get screened today. Call 250-766-1003

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Tourists are beating a path to Lake Country, but there’s no one here to welcome them. District council has instructed staff to establish a tourism commission which would develop a visitors information centre. “There are a lot of different groups trying to promote their businesses and we have signed an agreement with Kelowna to piggy-back on to their marketing,” said Mayor James Baker. “But there is no visitors centre to direct people to what’s going on here.”

The previous visitors centre closed after the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce decided to no longer operate it. The hope is to have a facility open this year and identify who would actually look after its management. “We may get Tourism Kelowna to get involved. We need someone to work on it,” said Baker. The district would also like to see the Okanagan Indian Band participate. Volunteers can contact the district office to take part in the commission.

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the regional, national and international marketing to Tourism Kelowna. Robertson routinely speaks at golf conference’s across the province and country about the success of Play Golf Kelowna and says those in the industry are usually amazed it has worked. “I’ve had several calls from as far away as Colorado and across Canada from people that have Dcaught wind of what we do,” he said. “Some areas have tried it without success. Our success comes from trust. We are five independently owned golf courses and we get along and stick together. We’ve built a legitimate brand and we’ve sustained it for all these years.” ••• During this off season, golf managers from the Okanagan Golf Club, Tower Ranch, the Harvest, Black Mountain and Gallagher’s sat down to discuss another partnership.

The topic of conversation was the future of the game of golf, specifically junior golfers and the general lack thereof. Tower Ranch general manager Neil Schmidt was one of the guys around the table. Born and raised in Kelowna, Schmidt remembers the days when he would kill an entire day at the golf course as a junior player, hitting range balls, playing a round, hitting some more balls and heading home. In this modern era of video games, ipods and electronics, those days seem gone forever. But it didn’t stop the five facilities from starting a new program aimed at junior golfers. Called Grow Through Golf (www. golfers aged 12 to 18 can purchase a membership that allows them to play at any of the facilities. “We haven’t promoted junior golf enough,” said Schmidt. “Most courses are cart mandatory so it makes it tougher for juniors to play. Back when

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Bargain hunters are going to have a heyday on Saturday, April 27 as Oyama Traditional School is having a yard sale at the George Elliot Secondary School parking lot. “We have chosen the project of an outdoor tclassroom as a fundraising target and we are working hard to get all the money in place,” said PAC chair Patty Wellborn. School families have been bringing their lightly-used items to the

school and everything will be marked for some great sale prices. There will be some amazing raffle prizes with tickets going for $5 each, or three for $10. Total prize value is $515. The draw will take place at 2:30 p.m. Yard sale takes place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday at the GESS parking lot, 10241 Bottom Lake Rd. There will be a concession and people are encouraged to support Oyama Traditional School.


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Course last week with Ed Weiss. Like many courses around the Okanagan, Aspen opened for play with excellent conditions.

I was a junior the country club had 250 juniors and there was a waiting list. I just think there is so much more to do now. You have lacrosse, baseball, soccer, spring hockey, you have so many more things for kids to do that I think golf has suffered.” At Black Mountain, general manager Eric Thorsteinson agrees and

adds there is going to be some large issues for golf courses in the future if they don’t start working to increase the number of junior players. “The five of us sat down talking about doing things together not only to grow the game but to grow our business,” said Thorsteinson. “What we found was that we had less then 40

junior members combined. We thought ‘this is ridiculous. How do we get this generation playing golf more?’” The Grow Through Golf program will hold clinics at each of the five facilities and is sponsoring two players from the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs, all in an effort to grow the game. “We’re really excited because it’s based on grassroots,” said Thorsteinson. “If the game is going to grow and if we are going to grow our businesses we are going to have to do it at the grassroots level. We have to spend time to make sure it’s successful.” ••• Whatever the recipe for success is for the golf industry in Kelowna and area, the one thing that is for certain is that the golf consumer is well served in Kelowna. There are more men’s and ladies nights being introduced at various clubs like at Black Mountain, which added a membership-driven ladies night and already has 40 new players signed up. League’s that cater to non-trad-





are fun, people will come out and play.” “Back in the day there wasn’t the variety there is now,” added Schmidt. “There is more competition but it’s better for the consumer. There are a lot of golf options. It’s not realistic to expect someone to play the same course seven days a week when you have so many to choose from.” “I think this area is tremendous for golf,” said Robertson. “We have one of the longest golfing seasons in Canada and the concentration of golf courses is unique. There is so much in town that is attractive to the consumer.”

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itional golfers such as the Okanagan Golf Club’s Monday Molson Tour— which has grown from 30 players in its first year to close to 100 in its fourth—are another area of growth and a way for recreational golfers to get out and enjoy the game. There are mid-week and twighlight deals on green fees like at Tower Ranch where Tuesdays and Wednesdays have become popular with players. And much like the successful Play Golf Kelowna model there are more loyalty cards coming out all the time. “It’s about drawing out the non-traditional golfers,” said Matheson at the OGC. “If things

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B.C. Liberals are running scared This is the third column in a series on B.C. political party platforms.


he B.C. Liberal Party deserves credit for releasing its policy book in full on the eve of the formal election campaign. That’s about the only positive thing to be said about it. For those who take the time to read party leader Christy Clark’s 40-page booklet, there are a few nuggets of news. For instance, a re-elected B.C. Liberal government would continue its justice reform agenda by moving traffic ticket disputes out of courtrooms, as they did with impaired driving cases. Most of it consists of glowing descriptions of the government’s 12-year record, and attacks on the NDP of the kind that are not nor-

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Tom Fletcher mally seen in a platform. This is consistent with Clark’s style since she was anointed party leader two years ago. The main focus, as revealed in February’s throne speech, is a plan to pay off B.C.’s growing debt and perhaps even get rid of the provincial sales tax with an Alberta-style “prosperity fund” from liquefied natural gas exports. Whether this is from imposing a new export tax on LNG or simply from a windfall of gas royalties is not clear. Clark and her energy minister contradicted

each other on that when it was announced, and the platform doesn’t shed any new light. All we have is a big logo on the side of Clark’s campagn bus declaring “DEBT FREE B.C.” As I’ve written before, there is plenty of real evidence of a huge new LNG industry in the making. As for paying off the $60 billion debt that the B.C. Liberals’ pre-election budget predicts will keep growing, cartoonist Adrian Raeside summed it up best: LNG revenues are “Christy Clark’s invisible friend.” Clark finished up last week with stops in Terrace and Prince Rupert, promising an LNG windfall for local governments as well. She repeated the platform’s attack line that the NDP are going to wreck the trillion-dollar LNG boom with a Quebec-style moratorium on “fracking” to extract gas from deep shale forma-

tions. That’s not an outright lie, but it’s almost as speculative as Clark’s notions of a 30-year windfall that could at best barely start during the next four-year term. The NDP are not calling for a moratorium on natural gas production. They’re calling for yet another “review,” one of many vague, wobbly positions that have been adopted by both dominant parties. An earlier premier named Glen Clark became famous for “freezing” things like ferry fares and car insurance rates. Now Christy Clark is “freezing” personal income tax rates for five years, and carbon tax rates too. That implies she’s planning to win this election and the next one, at a time when it is unclear whether she can even hold her own seat in Vancouver-Point Grey. The B.C. Liberals will cut small business taxes

by a point, some time in the next five years. They will also increase income tax on large businesses and personal income of more than $150,000, but that’s not mentioned in their platform, since it goes against 12 years of their policy as a government. • A clarification of last week’s column on the B.C. Conservative platform. Leader John Cummins informs me his plan to phase out the carbon tax does not include reversing the personal and business income tax rate reductions that were legislated as the fuel tax reached its current level. The platform asserts that total provincial revenues will continue to rise in the next four years, despite the uncompensated loss of $1 billion from the carbon tax. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and


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M p a e comb? From the ends to-e wards the scalp? Cross- t wise? p It makes me think of i those mandatory allergy warnings—like the one i on an airline snack pack- i age of peanuts: “Caution. t May contain peanuts.” Our society delights d in creating rules. Gov- t ernments lay out legal d codes, over which law- p yers argue endlessr ly. Companies produce i manuals and expect em- d ployees to operate ac- c cordingly. Churches split over moral rules; what one approves, another condemns. Yet most of what we learn, we do not learn from rules and regula- T tions. We learn from experience. We learn from c others. Th Long ago, this was a m o SEE TAYLOR A5o e e t We want to w i hear your opinions on m issues going of on in our a community k c QThe Lake Country I Calendar welcomes t letters to the editor w intended for publi- m cation but reserves t


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Politicians found lacking in commitment to road safety C

ampaign 911 was unveiled by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers in Kelowna on Tuesday. According to the MADD website, Campaign 911 is “a Canada-wide campaign to encourage and empower the Canadian public to report suspected impaired driving by calling 911.” What an excellent initiative as impaired driving is serious a road safety issue. B.C.’s tough impaired driving laws have helped to discourage impaired driving and to pull impaired drivers off the road, but really it’s a drop in the bucket. Impaired driving continues, and continues hard.  Motivating all of us to

watch out for and report impaired drivers will increase the likelihood that an impaired driver will be brought to justice. It can also further discourage those who might otherwise put your family and mine at risk by driving impaired. Involving all of us as part of the solution will have added benefits. It will cause us all to make the prevention of impaired driving more of a priority; we will be more conscious and less likely to drive impaired ourselves; most importantly our horrendous “impaired driving culture” will improve. Tuesday’s “unveiling” was of the Campaign 911 locally, which will include 12 signs that were funded in part by

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a fundraiser for yet another impaired driving casualty, Riley Russell, who was hit head-on by an impaired driver one year ago. How many of you were aware of Campaign 911 before the local reporting this week, or before reading this column? A road safety awareness campaign has legs

only to the extent it gets to the attention of the public, only to the extent it is “advertised.” Public unveilings like this one attract brief, fleeting media attention, resulting in very brief ‘free’ advertising. If MADD had financial resources, every one of us would be very keenly aware of Campaign 911. In fact, I am willing to bet that if MADD had the money to put into effective and extensive media campaigns, impaired driving would have been largely snuffed out by now in Canada. Am I a dreamer?  Cigarette companies managed to convince an entire society that smoking was sexy, and made trillions and trillions of

dollars in profit by way of effective and extensive advertising campaigns. We are very, very, very slowly snuffing smoking out of our society in exactly the same way.  Our progress would be faster if more resources were put to the campaign—advertising works. The important work of MADD and other people and organizations that want to improve road safety is dependent on fundraising, handouts and the free advertising that comes from staging events that happen to attract brief media attention. My One Crash is Too Many campaign is another example. The Capital News has kindly let me “slip in” all

Morals and ethics learned from exemplary mentors to the right. Using both hands, pull the two laces tight…” Now you have to explain the rest of the knot—how to fold a lace back, wrap part of the other lace around it, pass it through its own loop, and draw both loops tight without tugging either end loose. Yet somehow, most of

us learn to tie our shoes in kindergarten, long before we could read such instructions, let alone comprehend them. Because someone who knows how to do it guides our fingers, until tying shoe laces becomes second nature. We don’t even have to think about what we’re doing. That’s how we need




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was one of those “staged events” that happened to attract media attention. Look up, another road safety campaign, this one aimed at stopping distracted driving behaviours. That campaign is funded by way of a non-profit society that raises money through corporate sponsorship.  Have any of you heard of it?  What about

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called apprenticeship. The novice worked with a more experienced mentor, absorbing skill or knowledge almost by osmosis. Nurses, teachers, blacksmiths, plumbers, electricians—all used to learn their skills by working with, and learning from, a more skilled mentor. Today, the bulk of training for most professions comes in lectures and lesson plans. Their knowledge of their specialty has improved. But I’m not always convinced that the quality of their work has. Or their commitment to the people they serve. To my mind, congregations should be mentoring centres. Places where fallible humans can learn from each other, where they can absorb patterns of thinking, and doing, and being, that can’t be reduced to a manual of procedures. Learning to relate to others, to have a conscience, calls for mentors, not for regulations. If we had to rely on written instructions, walking and talking would be university level courses. And can you imagine the directions needed on every package of shoelaces? “Take the lace on the right side of your shoe in your right hand, and the lace on the left side of your shoe in your left hand. Cross the laces across the top of the

shoe. Take the right hand lace, which is now on the left side of your shoe, in your left hand, and the left hand lace in your right hand. Cross the left lace which is now on the right hand side over the right lace which is on the left. Now pass that left lace under the right lace so that the left lace still comes out pointing



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ifelong learning is not just a voluntary choice anymore. In today’s work-

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changing technology. Of course it’s a good mental exercise and it can be highly rewarding. But learning can also make us cranky. It has been my own personal experience that learning something new is when I feel the most incompetent. That isn’t a comfortable place to be. Even though I know I will eventually “get it,” the early steps of venturing into unfamiliar territory can be stressful, even if the learning curve isn’t steep. The emotional side of learning is quite fascinating. There is a necessary state of vulnerability that goes along with real learning. We are outside our usual comfort zone and it can be unnerving. Learning is good for us but it is also difficult and everyone experiences it differently. Learning involves a state of tension where we

are between not knowing and finally understanding. It helps to appreciate the natural stages of learning which are—unconscious incompetence (not knowing what we don’t know); conscious incompetence (being aware of what we don’t know); conscious competence (using new skills and applying new knowledge with more ease); and unconscious competence (becoming proficient).

I won’t get into each of these stages here. The point is that becoming skilled at something takes time and there is a predictable cycle to it. With more awareness of which stage we are at in the process, we can go a bit easier on ourselves knowing that if we keep at it, we will progress to a higher level of competence. That doesn’t mean it will be a stress-free experience—quite the contrary. Learning something new means change and we all know that change is not necessarily easy. In the workplace, the constant demands to do more and learn new things endlessly will put some people into a state of low-grade, persistent stress which will take a toll on them and everyone else around them if it is not managed well. I saw a perfect ex-

ample of this recently with one of my clients. In this particular workplace, there had been a great deal of change in the previous six months involving new team members and a reshuffling of job duties. Interestingly, the most experienced employee in the department had the most difficulty adjusting to a different workload. As the senior employee, this individual enjoyed a reputation for being the team’s main source of knowledge and information. What no one realized was how uncomfortable this employee was growing in that role as a result of having to learn unfamiliar tasks, perform other regular duties and train new co-workers all at the same time. This individual did not make the link between all the learning that was going on and the internal

stress that was building as a result. In this case, the senior employee didn’t handle things well and became more than a little cranky. Unfortunately, that behaviour led to a conflict situation with a co-worker that could have been avoided. What is the main message here? We can all learn from the process of learning. It’s a constant requirement in the workplace, so why not support each other through it? We each need to find our own way of being OK with not knowing something temporarily and have faith that we will get there eventually. That’s the real lesson. Laurie Mills is an ICF certified executive coach with Lighthouse Professional Development Consulting Services in Kelowna.

year. Our entire elementary and secondary school education budget is less than that, at $6 billion.  That’s some serious dollars and cents, and totally disregards the pain and suffering that Russell and so many others will endure for the rest of their lives.  Does it make sense to make it a priority to reduce crashes? I flipped through the very attractive B.C. Liberal Party campaign platform online.  It has lots of reference to “Driving Forward,”

but does not show any priority at all to reducing crashes. I didn’t see anything from the NDP either, although I couldn’t easily find an equivalent “pretty” platform document online. Did I mention that I hate politics? I had poked and prodded our provincial leaders about initiatives to reduce car crashes back in the fall of 2011.  It took over six months to finally be connected with a government representation who could tell me anything about what the govern-

ment was doing about road safety. I was told on April 20, 2012, by a representative of the office of the superintendent of motor vehicles that there were “working committees” in place expected to result in a road safety strategy being put to the responsible cabinet minister last fall.  When I followed up on Nov. 5, 2012, I was told that work continues on the development of a provincial road safety strategy, the new aim to have one developed in early 2013. 

Well, here we are full swing in an election campaign and there’s no mention of it. Thanks again, Capital News, for the pulpit. Will this have legs? Will road safety become a provincial government priority?

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Central Okanagan waterfront property owners and those living near creeks, streams and low lying areas should consider steps to protect their property and reduce the risk of flooding. Seasonal temperatures and forecast showers are increasing flows and levels of water bodies throughout the Central Okanagan. Please use caution around all local water bodies – water levels may rise unexpectedly and people and pets should stay safely back from creek banks, which may be slippery or subject to erosion from the spring runoff.

NOTICE OF ALTERNATIVE APPROVAL PROCESS OPPORTUNITY The District of Lake Country (the “District”) wishes to proceed with Loan Authorization Bylaw (WWTP Stage 3) 861, 2013, which authorizes the borrowing of up to One Million Seventy Thousand Dollars ($1,070,000.00) to fund a portion of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Stage 3 Upgrade. The WWTP Stage 3 expansion and upgrade includes a second bioreactor, high efficiency aeration equipment, an improved foul air handling system, an energy efficient HVAC system, a new effluent disposal system, upgraded regional septage facility, and building additions to house new mechanical and electrical systems, as well as operational functions. Preparation for upgrades under Stage 3 of the expansion have already been undertaken including detailed design, construction of the rapid infiltration galleries, contract documents and Ministry of Environment approval.

Pelmewash Parkway Design Open House Come out to this OPEN community event to provide your input into the Pelmewash Parkway design process. Monday, May 13 (5-8pm) Lake Country Seniors’ Centre 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd. Drop by anytime during the open house and look at the ideas and sketches that have been generated by the community so far. Add your new ideas. You will be able to write these on boards or maps, or explain them to an artist who will sketch what you describe. Keep yourself current with the process, and check out the input that has been collected to date:

The total estimated cost of the WWTP Stage 3 upgrade will be $7,000,000 which includes approximately $750,000 spent in 2011 and 2012. Funding will take place through the following sources: Gas Tax grant – General Strategic Priorities Fund RDCO (for regional septage facility) Reserves Long Term Debt Financing (Loan Authorization Bylaw) Total

$3,000,000 $1,380,000 $1,550,000 $1,070,000 $7,000,000

The annual debt payment for the borrowing will be approximately $96,200 per year for 15 years, based on an estimated 4% interest rate. Debt payments will be funded from the Sewer Development Cost Charge (“DCC”) Reserve when available. No increase in sewer rates will result from the debt financing. Under section 86 of the Community Charter, District of Lake Country Council may proceed with the Loan Authorization Bylaw only if it does not receive elector responses signed by at least 10% of the electors of the District of Lake Country. The AAP is open to all qualified electors in the District, which is estimated to be 9,315 based upon the Statistics Canada 2011 Census Profile. The number of electors who must sign the elector response form against the proposed bylaw to prevent Council from authorizing it is 931 which represents 10% of the eligible electors of the District. Elector response forms will be accepted only if they are in the form established by the District of Lake Country Council. Forms are available at the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall or via the website beginning on April 17, 2013 and must be submitted to the Corporate Officer, District of Lake Country, 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 on or before 4:30 p.m., Monday, June 3, 2013. Loan Authorization Bylaw (WWTP Stage 3) 861, 2013 is available for public inspection at the Municipal Hall, 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, BC during regular office hours – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays. For information on the Wastewater Treatment Plant Stage 3 Upgrade, please contact the Engineering Department at (250) 766-6677. For more information on the alternative approval process please contact Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Services Manager, at (250) 766-5650.

Front Porch Meetings Scheduled for May & June Check the What’s Happening calendar at to view the agenda for each meeting. Bring your questions and come prepared to hear an update from Council and staff on what’s happening in the District. Oyama Carr’s Landing Okanagan Centre Winfield

Thursday, May 9 Thursday, May 16 Thursday, May 23 Thursday, June 6

Agenda items include: updates on Pelmewash Parkway, Integrated Community Sustainability Plan, Integrated Transportation Framework, Water Master Plan, parks, weeds, budget, and other items specific to each ward, plus an open forum for public concerns and comments.

Semi-annual water bills are due April 30th Semi-annual water bills for the period January 1 to June 30, 2013 are due and payable before 4:30 pm on Tuesday, April 30. Payments received after the close of business April 30, 2013 will be charged a late penalty of 5% on the unpaid balance. Payments can be made by mail; in person at Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd; at all major financial institutions; or via internet and telephone banking. There is an after-hours drop box to the right of the main door of Municipal Hall. Municipal office hours are from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

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Water-wise plants that are ideal for providing early spring blooms


ith the warm weather, there are more and more delightful new flowers to enjoy. Many of these are also water-wise. Forsythia, one of the first shrubs to bloom, is a large vase-shaped shrub. Unfortunately it’s often pruned into a ball, reducing bloom and causing this low-mainten-

ance shrub to need constant re-pruning to avoid the ‘porcupine’ look. Native Saskatoons will soon cover the hillsides in white. Juicy, edible varieties are available at Bylands. Native Oregon grape blooms yellow at the same time and also produces edible berries. The buds on my apri-

cot tree just opened. Its beautiful snow-white blooms will grace the garden for the next two weeks. Italian plum trees are another water-wise, pestfree fruit tree for the home garden. In shadier gardens, Lenten rose (Helleborus orientalis) began blooming last month and will

Venus In Fur

Friday, April 26 • 8pm Saturday, April 27 • 10pm (a special late night showing) Sunday, April 28 • 8pm Vanda (Dorothy Dalba), an unusually talented young actress determined to land the lead in Thomas’ (Neville Bowman) new play based on the classic erotic novel, Venus in Fur.

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From their home city of Benares, an ancient spiritual centre of traditional music and Indian culture, “The Mishras” are bringing classical North Indian Ragas to the world.

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continue into May. Barrenwort (Epimedium sp.), has a mass of dainty blooms in white, yellow or red in late March through April followed by attractive leaves to create a pleasant shade ground-cover. Bergenia is in bud. Soon, last year’s leathery leaves will be hidden by shiny new growth. Giant Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum commutatum) rapidly grows three feet tall this month and will produce dainty white bell flowers. The rest of the year it provides stately height, and contrast in texture, to the shade garden. Another plant that has striking foliage is the old-fashioned variety of lungwort (Pulmonaria saccarata ‘Mrs. Moon’). Sometimes called

Gwen Steele Natural Gardens boy-girl plant, when its pink and blue flowers are done, cut it back to encourage a flush of large silver-speckled leaves. All of the above, except hellebores, can be grown in full sun but will need more water and not look their best. The following are early bloomers for full sun or part shade: • Prairie crocus (Pulsatilla vulgaris) comes in

red or white varieties and the common blue form. When the flowers finish in May, attractive, large, fluffy white seed heads appear atop new feathery leaves. • Moss phlox (Phlox douglasii), an evergreen ground cover, comes in vivid shades of pink. • Rock cress is the common name for two plants. Both are ever-gray ground covers, blooming in blue or mauve shades. Aubretia is a smaller, more compact plant and includes a deep purple variety. Arabis has paler shades including white. Both should be cut back after blooming to grow into a compact mound. Variegated leaf forms are available. ••• My next two night Introduction to the Sev-

en Principles of Xeriscape class is on Tuesday, April 30, and May 7. Classes are from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Mark April 27 (9 a.m. to noon) on your calendars for the Xeriscape Plant Sale at the unH2O Gardens. The Okanagan Xeriscape Association’s 2013 memberships are available. Benefits include 10 per cent off all OXA classes, a 10 per cent discount off plants from eight Okanagan Valley nurseries. Information for classes, membership and the plant sale is on the website at Gwen Steele is executive director of the non-profit Okanagan Xeriscape Association.

Figure out which critter is eating through your garden then develop a strategy When it comes to sleuthing out just what critter is munching on your spring garden, you may feel like your partnership with Mother Nature is as contentious as any that ever graced the big, or small screen. After all, how are you supposed to fight the “crime” of a decimated garden if you can’t identify the suspect who’s been devouring your day lilies? And while Mother Nature may happily grace your garden with rain, warmth and sunshine, she may not always be on the same team when it comes to keeping critters out of your gardens and landscapes. Foraging pests can destroy your yard, literally overnight. Devouring deer: Rag-

ged bites, typically a foot or more above the ground indicate deer damage. Deer are notorious for devouring gardens and landscapes. You’ll see them, and their offspring, every year, making dinner of your daisies, day lilies and other ornamental plants. Ravenous rabbits: If plant damage is low to the ground, a few inches above the soil, and includes stems clipped cleanly at an angle, you’re probably dealing with rabbits. These four-legged foragers will eat just about any kind of vegetation, including your fabulous flowers, bushes and other woody plants. If you don’t want bunnies nesting and raising families near your garden, remove brush and other debris that

could provide them with shelter. Voracious voles: When flower bulbs disappear from the ground or plant roots go missing, chances are you have voles—mouse-like creatures that burrow underground and that are highly destructive to gardens. Exit holes are further indications that voles are tunnelling under your garden. Teeth marks around the base of trees, droppings or trails in the grass can also indicate the presence of voles. Capricious chipmunks: The on-screen antics of Chip and Dale might charm your children, but chipmunks in your garden is bad news. Damage to flower bulbs, plant shoots and leaves, uprooted plants and dug-

up roots are all signs you have chipmunks. Their underground burrows may be a challenge to spot since the entrances are usually only about two inches in diameter and not surrounded by noticeable dirt mounds. You can curtail them by removing yard debris where chipmunks hide. Salacious squirrels: While you might think of them as mostly the enemy of anyone with a bird feeder, squirrels can also cause damage to gardens. They live in colonies, digging underground tunnels and mounds in grassy areas and around trees that can lay waste to gardens and landscapes. For more information, see the website bobbex-canada.

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Friday, May 31 • 7pm

The Celebration Singers aka Babes on Broadway are at it again! They are preparing an energetic, high kicking journey through musicals from the 1960’s - early 1990’s.

Tickets: $20 Adults. $17 Students & Seniors. $10 Children 12 & under Tickets can be purchased by calling Donna at 250-868-0388.

warm spell combined with heavy rains increases the risk of above-average creek levels and potential flooding. Local governments and the B.C. Ministry of Environment are monitoring water levels and weather connected to the annual spring runoff and, if needed, will issue further notices. Affected prop-

erty owners adjacent to creeks, streams and lakes are responsible for having a plan as well as the tools and equipment necessary to protect their properties. Stockpiles of sandbags are available at all local fire halls throughout the Central Okanagan. Property owners are responsible to fill the bags with sand. Information

and pamphlets on flood preparedness, including a recommended method for sandbag diking, are available on the Be Prepared page of the regional district emergency program website,, and the emergency management B.C. website embc.

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May is National Move it or lose it: Five ways Physiotherapy Month for seniors to stay in the game across Canada


Peterson is also the founder and director of Giving Back, a nonprofit organization that grows and spreads programs that support senior health. “It’s important for seniors to keep moving and learning, that’s what helps improve balance and coordination, and even helps build new neural pathways,” said Peterson, who emphasizes the cognitive importance to her workout programs. “But if you’re rather frail, or just very fearful of falling, you’re less likely to get up and move around.” These activities benefit all seniors, from 55 to 105. Peterson says a fun, social program of games and activities that include exercises specifically designed for seniors helps them address

multiple issues, including those that tend to keep seniors sedentary— which only lessens their strength and balance. Last year, her program was independently evaluated from Hawaii’s Department of Heath, which found a statistically significant reduction in falls from seniors—38 per cent. It also won the MindAlert Award from the American Society on Aging. “Seniors of all ages need to continually work on improving their balance, coordination, strength, vision and cognitive skills,” she said. “When they do, they’re less likely to fall—and more able to enjoy life.” Peterson suggests these moves, which address many different areas of the body: • The cross-crawl: Af-

ter various light warmups, begin with the basic cross-crawl, which focuses on the fundamentals of balance. March in place, lifting the knees high. At the same time, reach across and touch the lifted knee with the opposite hand or elbow; alternate and keep going. This can be done sitting, standing or lying down. Once any of these exercises are mastered, Peterson says, participants should continue to challenge themselves. For even greater balance work, and to exercise the vestibular system, close your eyes and count backwards from 100 by threes. “It’s not fun if you’re not conquering a challenge,” she says. • Forward toe-touch


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ust what is National Physiotherapy Month? Across Canada, during the month of May there will be promotion of the profession of physiotherapy. Meanwhile, across Canada during the month of May, many people will be asking the question: “What is physiotherapy, anyway?” With National Physiotherapy Month nearing, I felt this would be a great time to answer that very question and others that I have been asked from friends, family and clients. Questions such as: What is physiotherapy? What do you do? Who gets physiotherapy? Where can you work? How long did you have to go to school? My dad, while I was undergoing my studies, once asked: “So, you’ll be cracking backs then?” In short, physiotherapy is the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of pain, injuries and a broad range of chronic conditions. It is delivered in a number of ways including soft-tissue techniques (i.e. massage), hands-on manual ther-

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For North Americans age 65 and older, falling down can be the worst thing to happen to them, according to statistics from the National Council on Aging: • One in three seniors experiences a significant fall each year • Every 18 seconds, a senior is admitted into an emergency room after losing balance and hitting the ground • Every 35 minutes, an elderly person dies from a fall—the leading cause of death for seniors “The projected cost in health-care expenses for 2020 due to fall-related injuries in the United States is $55 billion,” said Karen Peterson, a therapist with multiple certifications, and author of “Move With Balance: Healthy Aging Activities for Brain and Body.” (

can ‘crack’ backs. Although we prefer to use the term ‘manipulate’.) Physiotherapy isn’t limited to people with acute injuries—the service is also provided for people with heart disease, stroke, amputations, chronic pain and lung disease, to name a few conditions. All ages and abilities can be treated, from pediatrics to geriatrics and everything in between. Physiotherapy can also be proactive, by promoting healthy living and avoidance of injuries and illness. There are many settings in which physiotherapists work. The most commonly thought of environments are the clinic or hospital. Physiotherapy is also provided in retirement residences, long term care facilities, hospices, community health centres, in home, in the work place, on the sports field and in schools. When looking at how many systems of the body can be treated with physiotherapy and all the different environments in which it can be delivered, it is understandable for there to be some mystery around the subject. I hope this was helpful in understanding what the profession is. For further information, you can visit the website for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (www. and the B.C. division (www. To learn more about National Physiotherapy Month check out www., where you can find information, take a survey, or thank a physiotherapist, although, seeing people feeling and functioning better is the best thanks of all! Tess Mihell is a physiotherapist at Sun City Physiotherapy in Winfield.

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FIGURE SKATERS Karen Blyth Smith, Donna Bergvinson and Wendy Ord from the Winfield Skating club competed at the Canadian National Adult Figure Skating Championships held earlier this month in Kamloops. Coached by Laureen Daniel, Blyth Smith placed fourth in the Masters Women Open Free Skate Competition, Bergvinson captured a silver medal in the Introductory Women Open Free Skate and shared the podium with Ord who took home the bronze in the same class.


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•WINFIELD UNITED CHURCH 3751 Woodsdale Road, yard and bake sale. Sat., May 4, 8:30-12:30. No early birds please. Refreshments, toys, books and a whole lot more! •KELoWNa GaRDEN CLUb’s sPRING PLaNT saLE Sat., April 27, 9am-1pm. Guisachan Heritage Park, 1060 Cameron Rd., Kelowna. Perennials, annuals, herbs, bulbs, tubers, house plants, small shrubs and trees, books, magazines and garden items. Master gardeners on hand to answer gardening questions. Everyone welcome. Sale takes place come rain come shine. •6TH aNNUaL sWaP MEET aT WINFIELD MEMoRIaL HaLL, Sat., May 4 the 8am-2pm. All home yard sales, collectors, crafters, community clubs, home-based business, farmers market are welcome. Limited number tables available. Call to book now, 250-717-7615. Breakfast and lunch available. A Winfield Memorial Hall Association fundraiser. •THE LaKE CoUNTRy HERITaGE & CULTURaL soCIETy/LaKE CoUNTRy MUsEUM Annual General Meeting will be held Wed., April 24, 9am to noon at the Carr’s Landing Room and Council Chambers District of Lake Country, 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country. Lunch will be provided. We thank you for your support of the museum. For more information, please contact the Lake Country Museum at 250-766-0111 or by email to •LaKE CoUNTRy GaRDEN CLUb Annual Plant Sale: Sat., May 11, 9m-noon at the Seniors’ Centre. Annual Garden Tour: Sat., June 8 from 9am-4pm. Tickets go on sale May 1; tickets $15. More info: Laverne 250-766-3269, Trish 250-766-3367 (plant sale). •LC sENIoR bUs sCHEDULE Mon., Apr. 29 Prime Time. Tues., Apr. 30 Wheels to Meals lunch. Fri., Apr. 26 Mystery Trip. To reserve a seat on bus please phone Marg 250-7663227 or Marian 250-861-4131. •LaKE CoUNTRy sENIoRs’ CENTRE is having their annual yard sale on April 27, from 9am to 1pm. We will once again be asking for donations until sale day. Please call 250766-4588 for pick up or to arrange to drop off. •KELoWNa GaRDEN CLUb Sat., April 27, from 9am to 1pm, Guisachan Heritage Garden, 1060 Cameron Avenue, Kelowna. Perennials, annuals, herbs, bulbs, tubers, house plants, small shrubs and trees, books, magazines and garden items. Master gardeners on hand to answer your gardening questions. Everyone welcome. Sale takes place rain or shine. •LaKE CoUNTRy bUsINEss CoNNECTIoNs meets monthly in the boardroom of the TD Bank Lake Country Branch. This is an opportunity for local business people to meet, share business ideas and concerns, and to provide motivation to each other. Referrals are also shared. Membership is free and is limited to one person per business category. Meetings are at 6pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month. For details contact Tom Cockrell 250-7661515, or Cleo Ruffle 250-548-4070. •LINE DaNCING CLassEs for advanced beginners to intermediates from 10-11:45 am every Wednesday until the end of June at Holiday Park Resort’s recreation centre, on Commonwealth Road (turn at the sailboat). Twoonie donation. Call Doreen 250-869-8446. •RoyaL CaNaDIaN LEGIoN 189 LaDIEs aUXILIaRy - Notice of Cribbage Tournament on last Sunday of each month. Get your name on the list by phoning the Legion after 3pm. Registration is at 9am. Games begin at 10 am sharp. $26 per team and lunch is included. •bINGo-TWICE MoNTHLy bINGos will be held at the Lake Country Seniors’ Centre. Bingo begins at 1:30pm, doors open at 12:30pm. Everybody welcome but must be 19 to play. Bus service is also available in Lake Country if there are enough people wanting it. For info call Marg Fyfe one week before the bingo at 250-766-3227. Bingos are held on the second and fourth Sunday of each month and sponsored by the Lake Country Seniors’ Centre Society. •LaKE CoUNTRy yoUTH soCCER assoC. Registration ongoing. For info check out www. or call 250-766-0602. •ToDay’s LINE DaNCING Is sIMILaR To baLLRooM DaNCING, but NO PARTNER IS NEEDED! Rhythm flavours of Cha Cha, Rumba, Tango, Merengue, Samba, Fox Trot, Waltz, Bolero, and coming up BACHATA! and yes, some Country and Western! Tooney donation. Location: Holiday Park Resort Recreation Centre, Hwy 97 North, turn at Sail Boat (Commonwealth Road). Last class on April 29, 2013. Mondays at 1:45 to 2:40 for new beginners, 2 to 3pm for beginners and intermediates. Mary 250-766-4651. •WINFIELD UNITED CHURCH THRIFT sHoP (3571 Woodsdale Road), is open from Tues. to Sat., 10am to 2pm for shopping and donation drop-off. Call 250-766-3387 for information regarding appropriate donations. •THE LaKE CoUNTRy FooD baNK wants to encourage boys and girls to help at the Food Bank. Any amount of time you can volunteer would be a huge help. Come and support the community you work and play in. For information call Phyllis, 250-766-0125, or 250-7663038. 3130 Berry Road, Winfield. •LaKE CoUNTRy THRIFT sToRE hours of operation: Mon.-Wed.-Thurs., 9am- 3pm. Located at 3130 Berry Road, Winfield (the same building as the Lake Country Food Bank). •bEaVERs/CUbs/sCoUTs/VENTURERs REGIsTRaTIoN/aGM Registration is on-going for 1st Lake Country Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Venturers (boys and girls ages 5-18). To register or for more information call Kathy at 250-766-4269. •oyaMa LEGIoN bRaNCH 189 holds a meat draw every Saturday afternoon at 2pm. All members and guests are welcome. •THE LaKE CoUNTRy MUsEUM is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays 1pm - 4pm and by appointment. 11255 Okanagan Centre Rd. W. 250-766-0111 www. •CRIbbaGE ToURNaMENTs at the Seniors’ Activity Center 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd. each third Sunday of the month. Entry fee $13. Excellent lunch; $1 for all day coffee. Games start at 10am. Registration not required. For information call John 250-766-3026. •To aLL WINFIELD CRIb PLayERs: Every Friday evening at 7pm at the Seniors’ Activity Centre (9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd.). $2/evening. 8 full games with a chance of winning $12, $10 or $8. Coffee, drinks & goodies served at no charge. For info call John 250-7663026. •LC LINE DaNCERs Tuesdays, 1:30pm & Thursdays, 9:30am in the Seniors’ Centre. Beginners always welcome. Joy, 250-766-0850. •soCIaL bRIDGE Tuesdays, 7pm at the Seniors’ Centre. New players welcome. Eunice, 250-766-3982. •THE CoUNCIL oF sENIoR CITIZENs oRGaNIZaTIoNs (COSCO) is an advocacy group devoted to improving “The Quality of Life” for all seniors. Senior organizations/ associations wishing to affiliate or individuals wishing to become members please contact Ernie Bayer: 604-576-9734 fax 604-576-9733 or for further info. •LC oUTDooRs CLUb welcomes new hikers. Sturdy hiking boots are a must. Bring water, snacks/lunch & clothing appropriate & sufficient for the weather. For more info, to sign up for our hikes, or to post your own hikes on the forum, visit

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Seasonal Laborer positions at Coral Beach Farms Ltd, Lake Country. No experience necessary. Must have own transportation. Applicant must be capable of physically demanding work, including heavy lifting, in all weather conditions. 6-7 days a week, 10-12 hours a day beginning approximately June 30, 2013. Work includes but is not limited to cherry picking, sorting, tree planting, pruning and irrigation. Pay $10.25/hour. Apply by fax at 250-766-0813 or Email:



MACDONNELL, ELLA LINNEA (1926 - 2013) Ella passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 07, 2013 surrounded by her family. She is survived by her loving husband Allan of 63 years; children, Allan (Moyna), Nancy (Bob), Colleen, Kevin (Valerie) and Garth; her grandchildren and extended family members, Jennifer (Chris), Jarett, David (Domineke), Jamie (Roland), Candice (Sean), Meghan (Scott), Blair, Shea (Nicky), Adam (Sara) and Jessica. Ella was born in Eatonia, Saskatchewan to Gustav and Hilda Anderson. Her family moved to Athabasca, Alberta then, at the age of seven, they relocated to Kelowna, BC. She had eight siblings and is survived by her sister Anna. Ella and Allan lived on their farm in the Ellison district until 1978 when they moved to their current residence in Lake Country, BC. She was especially proud of her ten grandchildren and cherished the close relationship she shared with each one of them. She will forever be remembered for her devotion to family, home cooked meals and beautiful gardens. Over the years, Ella had a keen interest in researching and developing a horse program that produced many quality offspring. She always enjoyed riding her horses at their ranch and continued actively riding until last summer. As per her wishes the family will hold a celebration of life at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages your donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Special thanks goes out to the staff of Lake Country Manor, the team at KGH and Dr Penney.

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Front Porch Meetings in each ward are scheduled May /June Check the What’s Happening calendar at to view the agenda for each meeting. Bring your questions and come prepared to hear an update from Council and staff on what’s happening in the District.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act a Public Hearing will be held Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall, 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, B.C. to hear representation on the following:

TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act a Public Hearing will be held Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall, 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, B.C. to hear representation on the following:

1. Zoning Amendment (DLC) Bylaw 854, 2013 (Z2013-001)


This Bylaw proposes that District of Lake Country Zoning Bylaw 561, 2007 be amended by: Adding to Section 16.5 C11 – Highway Commercial Sub-Section 16.5.3. Secondary Uses, the following in alphabetical order:  2.

Rapid Drive-Through Vehicle Service

Zoning Amendment (Kelowna Commercial Sign) Bylaw 855, 2013 (Z2012008) This Bylaw proposes that Schedule “A” to the District of Lake Country Zoning Bylaw 561, 2007 be amended by changing the zoning classification of: 

Zoning Amendment (Adobe) Bylaw 863, 2013 (Z2012-002) This Bylaw proposes that Schedule “A” to District of Lake Country Zoning Bylaw 561, 2007 be amended by changing the zoning classification of:  

Lot 55 Section 4 Township 20 ODYD Plan 521; and Lot 56 Section 4 Township 20 ODYD Plan 521 Except Plan H18660 FROM:

RR1 – Rural Residential 1


RM2 – Low Density Row Housing

The request to rezone the property is to accommodate a future low density multiple housing development. This proposal meets the goals of the Official Community Plan and is considered to be desirable for the community.

Lot 1, Section 10, Township 20, ODYD, Plan 37606 FROM: C1 – Town Centre Commercial TO: C11 – Highway Commercial

Council has been asked to consider a Zoning Bylaw Text Amendment and a Zoning designation change to allow for a rapid drive-through vehicle service use on the property. The applicant would like to open a drivethrough oil change establishment along Highway 97. Allowing the proposed use on this site is in keeping with the District’s objectives.

If you believe your interest in property is affected by the Application (Z2012002) noted above, you shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the abovereferenced application.

If you believe your interest in property is affected by the Applications noted above, you shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the above-referenced Bylaws. A copy of the proposed applications and relevant background material may be inspected at the Municipal Hall, District of Lake Country, Planning and Development Department (2nd Floor), 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, B.C. from Wednesday, April 24, 2013, through Tuesday, May 7, 2013, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays.

A copy of the proposed application and relevant background material may be inspected at the Municipal Hall, District of Lake Country, Planning and Development Department (2nd Floor), 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, B.C. from Wednesday, April 24, 2013, through Tuesday, May 7, 2013, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Any written submissions become part of the Public Hearing package and will be posted on the District of Lake Country website. Email submissions should be sent to NO SUBMISSIONS TO COUNCIL WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING.

Dated April 24, 2013

Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Officer

Any written submissions become part of the Public Hearing package and will be posted on the District of Lake Country website. Email submissions should be sent to NO SUBMISSIONS TO COUNCIL WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING OF MAY 7, 2013. Dated April 24, 2013

Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Officer Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Officer

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