Townhouse rezoning for 2360-2368 New St, sports field standards, public art projects to P&D Feb 28

Planning & Development Committee Feb. 28. 1pm

Rendering of proposed townhouse development on New St.

Below is a summary of items coming to the Planning & Development Committee Feb. 28. Recommendations from that committee will go to City Council March 27 for final approval. Residents can register to speak to any item on the agenda for up to 10 minutes, via the process below. Full agenda with reports here: Agenda Package – Planning and Development Committee_Feb28_2017

3. Delegation(s):

In order to speak at a Planning and Development Committee meeting, individuals must register no later than noon on the day before the meeting. To register, complete the online application at, email or phone 905-335-7600, ext. 7481.

Visited 4. Consent Items:

Reports of a routine nature, which are not expected to require discussion and/or debate.  Staff may not be in attendance to respond to queries on items contained in the Consent Agenda.


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