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Kelowna to make it easier to build secondary suites

The City of Kelowna may have a "sweet" deal for people who want to renovate.

Council is considering several changes to the by-laws for secondary suites.

The new rules will shorten the approval process by 10 weeks and drop the cost of applying to build a secondary suite.

The city hopes these changes will create more affordable housing in the community, as Mayor Walter Gray explains to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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