North Okanagan waterworks district meeting set

Users of Silver Star Waterworks District invited to meeting at Spallumcheen chambers Jan. 14

The Silver Star Waterworks District will hold a meeting in January to discuss the City of Armstrong’s intention to terminate bulk water supply agreements with six Township of Spallumcheen districts, including Silver Star.

The meeting is set for Monday, Jan. 14, at 6 p.m. in township chambers. All Silver Star Waterworks District users are invited to attend.

The township received a letter from the city dated Dec. 17 regarding notice of bulk water supply agreement termination.

RELATED: North Okanagan neighbours seek renegotiated water supply deal

In 2016, the province requested the Township of Spallumcheen manage the Silver Star Waterworks District as the trustees for Silver Star. It is not a township-owned water district.



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