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In December 2013, the Columbia Valley Community Priorities Plan was completed.
Recently, the Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted the sixth annual local government update luncheon.
When people think about the way decisions are made by elected officials, they often picture a boardroom
The first draft of the Toby Benches OCP is nearing completion.
(RDEK)Board adopted an 18-month Strategic Priorities Plan. This is the work plan for RDEK staff, outside of day-to-day operations.
The Columbia Valley Community Directed Funds program, which has been in place for the past three years, is now complete
In early April, the Columbia Basin Trust held its board meeting in Fairmont Hot Springs.
One could think, “That is only six budgets so what’s the big deal?” Well, within those departments they account for 100 different services.
Connecting with people on a grassroots level is what local government is all about
In the past, our terms have been for three years. However, legislation was recently passed and the terms are now four years...
With summer coming to an end, we are about to enter a busy season in the world of local government
There are many things that need to occur before we see any work on the creek.
The Columbia Valley Community Directed Funds (CVCDF) Committee held its most recent meeting on June 16th.
Last week the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) board supported creating the Fairmont Flood and Landslide Service Area.
Recently, BC Parks hosted open houses in regards to proposed upgrades to the Columbia Lake Provincial Park.
This article focuses on several important initiatives that are relevant to the communities of Windermere and Fairmont Hot Springs.