Daybreak South | Aug 26, 2013 | 5:18

Revised plan before council for Kelowna city council

Kelowna plans a major renovation of its downtown park. Hundreds weighed in on the initial concept for City Park. A big concern is a pavilion to house a visitors centre. Pat McCormick is an urban design planner with the city of Kelowna.

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