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Public Announcement "Illegal Watercraft on Shoreline"

Under the authority of the Town of Osoyoos Parks and Community Facilities Regulations Bylaw No. 1278, 2011 any watercraft illegally stored on the shoreline North of Lions Park in the Lacey Point area will be removed to the Operational Services Yards after March 6, 2017.



The owners of the offending watercraft will be required to pay any accumulated fine and storage fees prior to the watercraft’s release.

Town of Osoyoos
Operational Services Department

11500 115 Street, Box 3010

Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0

(T)    250.495.6213

(E)   pubworks@osoyoos.ca

    

Event date: 
Monday, 06 March, 2017
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