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Community plan makes room for Kelowna Mountain

A major development south of Kelowna will have to find a way to work with the regional district.

The Kelowna Mountain Development has been fighting against the Central Okanagan Regional District's Official Community Plan for the south slopes.

Supporters of Kelowna Mountain have said an OCP will stop all development in the area, but the majority of regional district directors didn't buy that argument.

Thursday night, they passed the official community plan. Daybreak's Christina Low was there and explains what happened to host Chris Walker.

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