The final recommendations for 2012 CBT Revelstoke & CSRD Area B Affected Areas Community Initiatives spending. The document will proceed to Revelstoke city council on Mar. 27.

Was your Revelstoke CBT ‘Affected Areas’ funding approved?

The committee that decides Columbia Basin Trust 'Affected Areas' funding for the the Revelstoke area has come to a decision.

The committee that decides Columbia Basin Trust ‘Affected Areas’ funding for the the Revelstoke area has come to a decision.

Pictured above and below are the final recommendations from the committee.

Although final approval is required from city council (on Mar. 27) and the CSRD Area B director, these final approvals are typically just formalities and the funding will very likely be the same as presented here.

Shut out? Underfunded? Read this story exploring how the committee arrives at its decisions.

Scroll down to see a larger image of the recommendations below

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