Peachland council goes to sort out the contentious challenge of constructing heights alongside Seashore Avenue.
At council’s Nov. 8 assembly, Mayor Patrick Van Minsel made a movement that the subject ought to be mentioned at their subsequent assembly (Nov. 22).
District employees is getting ready a report outlining potential choices for brand spanking new zoning laws alongside Seashore Ave., particularly limiting constructing heights to 3 storeys. Council is predicted to obtain that report at its Dec. 6 assembly.
Van Minsel’s movement, which handed unanimously, drew a number of questions from councillors, and he assured them they’d be answered on the Nov. 22 assembly.
“Thanks for placing this on the desk,” mentioned Coun. Randey Brophy. “It resolves a long-standing challenge in Peachland that we’re all conscious of.”
Earlier this yr, council did approve a 4 storey-building for Seashore Ave. in a controversial 4-3 vote.
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