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Shared: Penetanguishene proposing limitations to temporary structures in driveways

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A debate has fired up over the rules around temporary structures in Penetanguishene driveways.

A series of bylaw amendments has been proposed, which would place strict guidelines on temporary buildings, canvas garages and other structures being erected in driveways throughout town.

The new rules would be for any structure with aluminum or plastic framework covered by vinyl, canvas or another material in a front yard. All tents and structures in backyards and side yards wouldn’t be affected.

“Any of these structures in the front yard would be allowed to be on the property for a maximum of six months and then they would have to come down for six months before being put back in place,” said Andrea Betty, director of planning and community…

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