City plans $1 billion in spending to 2030November 9, 2015 9:11 pm
A $50-million rebuilding of the Parkinson recreation complex is the costliest City of Kelowna project envisioned in the next 15 years.
Also foreseen is $20 million for two new hockey rinks and an indoor soccer pitch in the Mission, $13 million for an expansion of City Hall and $6 million for a new fire hall in Glenmore.
An updated infrastructure plan, going to council today for initial consideration and being opened later in the week for public comment, envisions the total spending of $1 billion on capital projects between 2016 and 2030.
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