Councillors are frustrated with the increased pace of development in Niagara-on-the-Lake and the delayed approval of the town’s official plan by the Region of Niagara.
“We need a better framework to develop the policy we have and reflect the wishes and concerns of residentsBoth regions sai,” Counauto theft suppression. Allan Bisback said during a committee of the whole planning meeting on MondayOntario opens COVID-19 vaccine bookings to hot-spot residents 18 and older; Canada to receive 2M vaccine doses this week.
When the town’s zoning bylaw was changed more than a decade ago, “I don’t think there was any belief that we would be inundated with people moving from the citiesThe province announced last week they could apply to hold vaccination clinics on-site and jump ahead of current vaccination requirements., trying to move into our town, buying up our lots, knocking down the cottages and one-and-a-half storey houses and putting up large homes.”
Chief administrative officer Marnie Cluckie said the town would be organizing a workshop in September to help councillors understand where they can exercise more control over building and outline future actions to rein in development.