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Shared: Penetanguishene council upholds decision to refuse proposed subdivision

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Penetanguishene council upheld a committee decision and has officially refused the applications for a proposed 118-unit residential subdivision west of Church Street.

Although overwhelming public opposition to the proposed subdivision between Fox Street and Church Street led to council quashing the project at a March 14 committee meeting, the decision had to be ratified during the March 28 regular council meeting.

It was during this meeting council passed a motion to refuse the draft plan and subsequent zoning amendments Queen’s Court Development Ltd. was seeking in order to build a subdivision consisting of 89 single detached homes and 28 townhomes on a 30-acre woodland.

“The developer made it very, very clear through his counsel that he was…

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