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castanet.net 12 May, 2022 22:00 am

West Kelowna councillors appear supportive of vineyard pathway

West Kelowna councillors appear supportive of vineyard pathway
West Kelowna city councillors appeared supportive of a multi-use pathway through vineyards along Boucherie Road, and construction is expected to begin later this year.

Photo: Quail's Gate winery West Kelowna city councillors appeared supportive of a multi-use pathway through vineyards along Boucherie Road, and construction is expected to begin later this year.During Tuesday's council meeting, West Kelowna City Council heard a report about the proposed multi-use pathway through the vineyards of Quail's Gate and The Hatch wineries, that will eventually run from Ogden to Green Bay roads, along Boucherie Road.“Once designs are completed for the Boucherie Road Multi-use Pathway, we will have a better idea of construction timelines, which we hope will begin later this year," City of West Kelowna Director of Engineering and Public Works Allen Fillion told Castanet.All of the proposed 2022 work will take place in the wineries’ vineyards, and won’t cause any disruption to traffic on Boucherie Road.

” Construction of Phase 1 of the project, from Green Bay to Ogden roads, is expected to begin later this year, and be completed before the end of 2022.“[I’m] grateful to those operators, Quail’s Gate and Jason Parks Customs, for helping us make this a reality,” Friesen said.

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