Settlement reached in Infocentre dispute

Settlement reached in long running Keremeos Infocentre dispute

To the Editor:

On Thursday, October 4, an amicable conclusion was reached in a dispute between the Corporation of the Village of Keremeos and Frank Kennedy Home Improvements, the contractor for the Info Centre in Keremeos.

A letter of apology to the contractor read as follows:

Dear Mr. Kennedy:

I regret that relations between us went awry during the construction of the Information Centre building in Keremeos. It is very unfortunate that this dispute arose between you, me and the Village of Keremeos.

I am sorry if there were any misunderstandings regarding this matter.

I hope that if we have dealings in the future that relations between us will be entirely professional.

Sincerely,

Joni Heinrich

Flo Winfrey, Olalla

 

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