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Letter: Disappointed in the City of Penticton

Disappointment is the only word to describe the lack of any Christmas lights or festive decorations

Disappointment is the only word to describe the lack of any Christmas lights or festive decorations on Lakeshore drive in Penticton.

We took our company to see the lights which we thought would be there.

This is the first city (of any size) with no Christmas spirit or lights that we have lived in.

At least Peachland filled the Penticton void, and their lights were beautiful. I guess they were able to allocate funds in their budget.

Shame on you Penticton City Council. It’s not all about summer tourist events.

Irene Ingram

Penticton

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