A Lake Country winery is looking to expand.
Peak Cellars Winery on Goldie Road has applied to the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch proposing an amendment of its special event area.
The winery is looking to add two indoor and one outdoor area to its venue, increasing the capacity from 96 to 150 people.
It’s also looking to change the hours of liquor service in those special event areas from 10 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Saturday.
The District of Lake Country is soliciting the views of residents and businesses that may be affected by the proposed change. If you believe your interests may be affected, please forward your written comments, including your address to determine proximity, to:
Community Development Department
District of Lake Country
10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road
Lake Country, B.C., V4V 2M1
Or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Council will consider the application request at the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 7, in council chambers at the municipal hall.
Written submissions are included in the regular council meeting agenda package and will be posted on the District of Lake Country website (lakecountry.bc.ca) before the meeting.