Redevelopment of downtown can’t come soon enough for city councilNovember 16, 2015 6:11 pm
The only problem with a new plan for civic-owned lands in downtown Kelowna is that it can’t be implemented quickly enough, city councillors say.
A vision of new residential and commercial development in the so-called civic block, along with an eventual major rebuilding of municipally owned cultural amenities, was unanimously endorsed Monday by city council.
Long-range aspects include a consolidation of the three existing museums into one new location and construction of a new performing arts centre to replace the aging Kelowna Community Theatre.
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