Plans for a 202-unit residential subdivision on a 50-acre parcel of land east off Durham Street North in Colborne met with many questions from the public at a meeting preceding Cramahe Township council Tuesday. The development, registered to numbered company 1955358 Ontario Inc., proposes 81 single-detached houses on 15-m fronts, 40 single-detached units on 18-m fronts, 16 semi-detached units on 10-m fronts, 20 townhouses units on 36-m frontage and a 45-unit apartment block.
Construction of a small, 1.34-acre solar farm at 390 Jakobi Road north of Castleton is slated to be built over five to six weeks this fall with operation by April 10, 2018. Why would Cramahe Township council endorse the project when it’s costing taxpayers money, Colborne resident Doug Harrison asked at Tuesday night’s council meeting.
Emergency number signage for farm fields is being urged by FARM 911, The Emily Project. The organization is scheduled to appear as a delegation at the June 6 meeting of Cramahe Twp. council. Two years ago, a Quinte area family lost their young daughter, Emily, 11, in an accident. A factor in the tragedy was the inability of emergency response to locate the accident site due to lack of farm field 911 signage. A FARM 911 committee was formed to address emergency location issues.
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