Booze on Kelowna beaches? Mayor says ‘not at the moment’

From The Similkameen Spotlight, by Michael Rodriguez

Mayor Colin Basran says alcohol in public spaces is not on council’s radar right now — but that could change

Despite rumblings of alcohol soon being allowed at beaches and some other public spaces in neighbouring Penticton, the City of Kelowna will not be following suit.

“Not at the moment,” at least, according to Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran.

Currently, if you’re caught beer-in-hand at Kelowna beaches and parks, a bylaw officer will hand you a hefty $230 fine.

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