Editor’s Note August 3, 2016: Building permit issued for Thrifty’s renovation at 1551 Cliffe Avenue
In This Issue:
- Building permit issued for Thrifty renovation at 1551 Cliffe Avenue
- Additional grant applications underway for CVEX in Courtenay
- Upland submits landfill application to Province
Building permit issued for Thrifty renovation at 1551 Cliffe Avenue
Thrifty Foods has recently confirmed it will be moving from its current location in downtown Courtenay into the former Safeway building at 17th and Cliffe. The city of Courtenay has issued a building permit this week with a value of $4.8 million for a commercial renovation at 1551 Cliffe Avenue, the site of the former Safeway. Work is underway on the inside of the building.
Additional grant applications underway for CVEX in Courtenay
In April the Comox Valley Exhibition Society was awarded a grant in the amount of $400,000 from Island Coastal Economic Trust. This will allow CVEX to move forward to the detailed design phase for the 9,000 sq. ft. building called the Comox Valley Agricultural Awareness Centre (AAC). A further grant application will be submitted for the proposed Agricultural Awareness Centre on the Comox Valley Exhibition grounds.
Upland submits landfill application to Province
Upland Excavating Ltd. has submitted its application to the Province for an operational certificate for a solid, non-hazardous waste landfill at 7295 Gold River Highway. The province has 60 days to respond from the date of the submission, at which point the Province will refer the application to the City of Campbell River.
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