Preserve and Protect Penticton's Naramata Bench !

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Barbara Smallwood
Feb 19, 2021
I have been a Naramata resident and vineyard owner for more than 13 yrs. The reason for our move here was to get away from the big City of Vancouver, to live in a quieter setting with agriculture and green space and to get away from volumes of traffic and urban sprawl. Naramata seems like a little Paradise to us and hope it remains as is and unspoiled by mega sub-divisions.

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Alf Norrish
Feb 18, 2021
More affordable housing needed in Penticton

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Linda Hesse
Feb 18, 2021
This impacts my family that live in the area.

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Richard Field
Feb 15, 2021
A very big reason we left Naramata was because we saw this development nightmare coming. We observed the same unnatural expansion in Canmore after the Olympics in 1988. The planning of a community philosophy needs to change. To protect nature, a town needs to think about growing up not expanding outward like a fat greedy entity.

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Susanne Mackillop
Feb 15, 2021
We need to protect agricultural lands against big development

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Rob hill
Feb 15, 2021
This develpment is just a very bad idea, not at all in concert with it's neighbourhood. City staff should never have gone down this path and entertained this developers ideas. Stop it now, stop it forever.

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Rob hill
Feb 15, 2021
This develpment is just a very bad idea, not at all in concert with it's neighbourhood. City staff should never have gone down this path and entertained this developers ideas. Stop it now, stop it forever.

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Jim Cross
Feb 12, 2021
Leave it the way it is.

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Michel Thibodeau
Feb 12, 2021
It affect wildlife.

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Jasmine Ronald-Clement
Feb 12, 2021
So irresponsible to be even thinking of destroying the Naramata Bench with urban development. Tourists flock here because of its natural beauty, and return year after year to support the local rural businesses, and to escape from the concrete jungles they live in.