Metropolis councilor decided to save lots of Kelowna Springs Golf Course
One Kelowna city councilor is determined to save a golf course in the northern part of town.
On Monday, Councilor Luke Stack said he will be putting forward a motion, once again, to change the land use designation of Kelowna Springs Golf Course.
In March 2020, the golf course, located at 480 Penno Road, was identified as “one major opportunity for new industrial development” under the Official Community Plan.
Councilor Stack originally put forward a motion in August to change the land use designation from industrial to private recreational.
However, Kelowna City Council voted 4-4 on the motion which defeated Stack’s proposal and the property was designated for industrial use.