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City seeking more feedback, this time on downtown Kamloops plan

People hanging out in downtown Kamloops. (via Brendan Kergin)

City administration seems to like hearing from Kamloops residents right now.

After holding two meetings last week for feedback on the budget and secondary suites, city staff will be running an open house next week and collecting online surveys to find out what locals want the city's core to look like.

This round of feedback on the downtown follows last year's engagement campaign when concepts were discussed. This year the city is looking for thoughts on policy which will guide the city's decisions on future downtown development.

"The city is hosting an open house that will consist of interactive displays, a presentation and a panel discussion with audience Q&A," city administration states in a press release.

The open house will run Wednesday, Feb. 20, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Valley First Lounge in the Sandman Centre.

If you’re unable to attend, more information and surveys can be found HERE.


Brendan Kergin

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Brendan Kergin is a digital reporter based in Kamloops.
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