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Peachland launches Good Neighbour Award

September 13, 2018 The Good Neighbour Award recognizes small acts that help keep neighbourhoods clean, safe, quiet and attractive.

Recognize neighbourly act in Peachland! The new Good Neighbour Award will recognize small acts that help keep neighbourhoods clean, safe, quiet and attractive. To nominate a neighbour, residents can send an email to info@peachland.ca. Four awards will be presented over the year, recognizing neighbourly acts in the spring, summer, fall and winter. Recipients will receive passes for recreation classes and activities.

Peachland, BC - Keeping Peachland beautiful for all is the motivation behind a new Good Neighbour Award and guide launched by the District this week. 揋ood neighbours make great neighbourhoods,?says Peachland Mayor Cindy Fortin. 揥e each can contribute to our community in a positive way. The Good Neighbour Guide will help enhance the quality of life for all residents, promote civic responsibility and encourage good relationships between neighbours.?

The District Council passed the Good Neighbour Bylaw No. 2178 on August 14. Mayor Fortin sees the guide as a way to encourage conversation rather than increase enforcement. 揜espect for others is important to being a good neighbour, and in many cases, a casual conversation between neighbours is the best way to address a neighbourhood concern,?she says.

The new Good Neighbour Award will recognize small acts that help keep neighbourhoods clean, safe, quiet and attractive. To nominate a neighbour, residents can send an email to info@peachland.ca. Four awards will be presented over the year, recognizing neighbourly acts in the spring, summer, fall and winter. Recipients will receive passes for recreation classes and activities.

Citizens can send out kudos to a neighbour who always picks up after their pet, clears up litter, or helps to remove graffiti. The District encourages neighbours to help keep boulevards clear of weeds and, in winter, sidewalks clear of snow. The Good Neighbour Guide offers tips around excessive noise and nuisance smoke. For instance, on a Sunday, don抰 run a lawnmower or use power tools before 10 am or after 6 pm. Campfires are allowed (when a fire ban is not in place), but must be out by 11:30 pm.

The guide also addresses interaction with wildlife. 揟his time of year is a good reminder that we all have a role to play in keeping wildlife at a safe distance,?says Fortin. "Be sure to pick your fruit as it ripens and pick up fruit that has fallen from your trees. Always feed pets indoors, and secure your garbage, keeping it indoors until pick-up. Garbage is one of the biggest attractants for bears and other wildlife in our community.?

Residents can download the guide on the Districts website, เกมยิงปลาสุดยอดเกมทำเงินอันดับ 1 www.lowcostloanmodification.com.