Highlights of Feb. 20 Kelowna city council meeting

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Okanagan College growth and development
Council received a presentation from Okanagan College President Jim Hamilton and Regional Dean Heather Schneider about the college’s growth and development, and its Strategic Plan.

Heritage grants
Council authorized the City to enter into a Grant Administration Agreement for the Heritage Grants program with the Central Okanagan Heritage Society, and authorized an increase in the maximum grant amounts for buildings with Heritage Designations and buildings listed on the Kelowna Heritage Register.

Wastewater asset management plan
Council endorsed the Wastewater Asset Management Plan, which covers the infrastructure assets that serve the City’s wastewater costumers. The City of Kelowna provides wastewater service to approximately 95,000 of its 128,000 residents and the condition of the wastewater infrastructure is currently fair to good depending on the asset component.

For more information about city council, meetings and agendas, visit kelowna.ca/council.

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