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Greater Vernon voters endorse sports facility borrowing

A $7.5 million sports facility at Okanagan College has been given the green light by Greater Vernon voters. - Morning Star file photo
A $7.5 million sports facility at Okanagan College has been given the green light by Greater Vernon voters.
— image credit: Morning Star file photo

Greater Vernon is moving ahead with a sports complex.

Of the ballots cast during Saturday’s referendum, 4,303  people supported borrowing up to $7.5 million over 20 years for a running track and sports fields next to Okanagan College. There were 3,917 no votes.

Out of a possible 45,095 voters, 8,220 participated in the referendum.

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