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Help name West Kelowna’s industrial area

The industrial area in West Kelowna is looking for a new name.
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July 04, 2015 - 6:00 PM

WEST KELOWNA - The City of West Kelowna is in the process of establishing a formal name for the Industrial area located north of Highway 97, between Daimler and Marshall Roads. Several area names have been utilized over the years, and now we are seeking the public’s opinion through an online poll.

The city wants to know how the community wishes to identify this important economic area in West Kelowna. Names that have been suggested are:

- Boucherie Business Park
- Stevens Road Industrial Area
- West Kelowna Business Park
- West Kelowna Industrial Area
- Westside Business Park
- Westside Industrial Area

Vote for one of these names or suggest a new one at www.districtofwestkelowna.ca. Opportunity to comment is open from July 2 to 20.

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