It was a long Special Meeting of Council on Tuesday night starting at 5PM. After some debate back and forth on the new Procedural By-Law (governing how Town meetings are to be carried out), Council took up the main course… a reconsideration of a settlement agreement for Century Condos downtown.
It was a rather long “Special Meeting” on Thursday evening where Council took up the matter of the proposed Century Condos downtown. It’s been a long r̶o̶a̶d̶ laneway since this development was first made public in 2018.
With Council not satisfied with what was brought forth at the August 17th regular meeting, it was sent back for more deliberations between the Town’s Planners and the developer, and presumably their legal teams. Thursday night saw a revised proposal that cut a few units from the last proposal and did some shuffling around to change parking numbers.
Our friends over at SaveMainStreet.ca have already covered this application, but it is worth reposting here for those who might have missed the proposed development at 133 Main Street East AKA “Burgess Estates”.
Well, we would normally have notes from Council but we think NewsNow sums up what happened with the Century Condo project past Monday evening pretty well. We have added in some prefacing commentary as well…
With most of the Committees wrapped up for this term of Council, it’s been a little slower than usual on the news front. But we did have a *very* interesting P&D meeting on Tuesday with the proposed Century Condos downtown being the highlight. And of course we have the notes for your review…
After a claimed “mistake” in posting the public notice sign for October 9th meeting on the proposed Century Condos project downtown, the makeup second public meeting for this development is being held this coming Tuesday, November 13th @ 7PM at Town Hall.
We received a tip from an eagle-eyed resident regarding some large mobile signs promoting Alderman Berry’s run for the Mayor’s Chair. ‘Tis the season for signage, but after checking them out ourselves, there is more than one message than what is plastered on the sign.
DeSantis Homes and their planners have released some more information on their 4-storey downtown condo proposal. The proposal will be up for a public meeting on May 29th where you can ask questions or add your comments to the developer and Town Planning staff.
After a well attended Planning & Development Open House meeting on the now cancelled 8 storey proposal for Century Condos downtown, the developer and his team will be back at Town Hall on Tuesday May 29th to present their 4 storey revised proposal.
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