Editor’s Note August 17, 2016: Building application submitted for Riverstone in Courtenay
In This Issue:
- Building application submitted for Riverstone in Courtenay
- City of Campbell River issues three new tenders
- Cumberland purchases land for new fire hall
Building application submitted for Riverstone in Courtenay
A building permit application for the 71-unit residential building known as Riverstone in Courtenay has been submitted and the applicant is hopeful that the application will receive approval very soon. Once the building permit has been issued, construction is expected to begin immediately.
City of Campbell River issues three new tenders
The City of Campbell River has issued new tenders for the following projects: Willis Road Storm and Pedestrian Upgrades (this tender closes August 29); Cathodic Protection Services (this tender closes August 24); and Tidemark Theatre and Library painting (this tender closes September 1). See our tender section for more information on all of these projects.
Cumberland purchases land for new fire hall
In June 2016, a 2.5 acre parcel was purchased at 4382 Cumberland Road for a new fire hall to be built in Cumberland. Approximately $1.5 million is budgeted for fire hall construction. Staff are working to move the project forward.
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