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CVRD says no to amendment

Scott Stanfield

Record Staff

The regional district committee of the whole approved a staff recommendation to not initiate an amendment to the Regional Growth Strategy bylaw at a Tuesday morning meeting concerning an application from 3L Developments. The Nanaimo-based company has proposed to build homes and construct trails near Stotan Falls.

The RGS guides growth and development in the Valley. Directors on the CVRD board have previously rejected an offer from 3L to purchase the property because they say the proposal is not in sync with the RGS.

The issue was to be re-visited at a board meeting Tuesday evening, separate from the regular board meeting.

 

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