Dialogue still going on

Members of the public have had several opportunities to express their preference for the future of the downtown and can still do so on line.

City planning manager Jake Belobaba looks over the information placards at the Penticton Community Centre Monday. The display was part of the downtown plan dialogue highlighting the feedback from the public about what they would like to see happen in the core business section of the city. People can still fill out the online survey at penticton.ca.

City planning manager Jake Belobaba looks over the information placards at the Penticton Community Centre Monday. The display was part of the downtown plan dialogue highlighting the feedback from the public about what they would like to see happen in the core business section of the city. People can still fill out the online survey at penticton.ca.