Homeowners are going to keep their distance from their neighbours after city council decided to pass on zero lot lines. The proposed policy would have amended the land use bylaw to allow developers the option of building right up to the property line. Specifically, the side yard setback on one side of the property would have to be reduced to zero while the other side would be set at 1.5 metres. The policy would have allowed for single detached units but not semi-detached or duplexes.
The Fort Air Partnership is looking to ensure it has a clear future ahead. Nadine Blaney, the executive director of the Fort Air Partnership, gave a presentation to city council on March 13 as they begin to develop a multi-year plan to grow and improve the non-profit organization.
Sturgeon County council is calling on the federal government to fund a rural crime study in the hopes that it will lead to improved policing in the area. The study, which is part of a Private Member’s motion by Conservative MP Shannon Stubbs, is asking the federal government look at rural crime rates and trends in Canada, policing resources for the RCMP and other police services as well as policies in rural, remote and Indigenous communities.
@11Skin@LindsayDMorey@CityFortSask It does but the city has to figure out where to zone them. So prov sets out the rules and the municipality has to work out the details essentially. At least that's my take.
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