RCMP say a 38-year-old Penticton woman was driving a GMC dump truck towing a trailer when she failed to notice that traffic had stopped and rear-ended a Jeep Wrangler.
The bylaw would extend a pilot project that allowed public drinking at select public spaces and ran from June 4 to July 3.
The wildfire service says the testing will take place Monday and Tuesday, and will help decide if using night-vision goggles is worth pursuing.
On Tuesday, July 7, city council will review the project which just came to an end, though city staff will recommend that it be allowed to continue until Oct. 15.
The warning states that anyone who decides to float in the channel should wear a life jacket, not tie their floats together and avoid alcohol consumption.
WorkSafeBC said in its stop-work order that the 'refuse site may be cross-contaminated with asbestos-containing materials.'
The waste pile on Green Mountain Road was left behind after Appleton Waste Services, a business that leased the land, declared itself insolvent.
Penticton RCMP say following a thorough investigation that began in 2016, charges of fraud and falsifying documents were approved against Kerrilynn Milton.