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Around Town: Comox Valley Regional District – Building permit fees to increase

Around Town: Comox Valley Regional District – Building permit fees to increase

Posted on Nov 23, 2017

On November 8, the Comox Valley Regional District Board approved an increase in building permit fees for construction in the Comox Valley electoral areas. Base fees have been raised by $25 along with an adjustment of the variable fees. Where the former building permit...

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Editor’s Note: November 22, 2017: Construction has started on Seymour Pacific’s 70-unit, multi-family development in Campbell River

Editor’s Note: November 22, 2017: Construction has started on Seymour Pacific’s 70-unit, multi-family development in Campbell River

Posted on Nov 22, 2017

In This Issue: Construction has started on Seymour Pacific’s 70-unit, multi-family development in Campbell River Port Alberni city council gave first and second reading to an OCP and Zoning Amendment application for a multi-family phased development at site of former...

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Meet the Team Behind Riverside Senior Living in Courtenay

Meet the Team Behind Riverside Senior Living in Courtenay

Posted on Nov 17, 2017

A new locally owned and operated independent living community – Riverside Senior Living – is coming to Courtenay, led by an experienced residential development and hospitality management team. Managing partners Stan Sprenger and Rick Browning bring...

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