Civic feedback on the menu at public cafes hosted by City of Kamloops

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KAMLOOPS – The first draft of the City of Kamloops' guide and plan for future growth is finished and City staff want to hear your thoughts.

Starting in June, the City swill host three roundtable cafe discussions where community members can discuss the 10 policy areas in the first draft of Official Community Plan, known as KAMPLAN.

The meetings are scheduled for Monday, June 5 at the Mountain Room in the Campus Activity Centre at Thompson Rivers University; Tuesday, June 6 at the McArthur Island Sports Centre Lounge and Thursday, June 8 in the Valley First Lounge at Sandman Centre. All cafes take place from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Attendees will discuss three of the following policy areas at each meeting:

  • land management and development
  • environment
  • transportation and mobility
  • infrastructure
  • housing
  • parks and recreation
  • arts, culture and heritage
  • economic development
  • health and safety and community wellbeing

Anyone interested in sitting in must send an online RSVP to the City.


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