Editor’s Note May 18, 2016: Campbell River Ford Dealership issued $6M building permit
In This Issue:
- Campbell River Ford Dealership issued $6M building permit
- CVRD to hold South Sewer Project information sessions
- Site work begun for Port Alberni sewage lagoon
Campbell River Ford Dealership issued $6M building permit
A building permit was issued this week for $6 million for the new building for Steve Marshall Ford and construction is expected to begin soon. Campbell River city council approved a major development permit application that will allow Steve Marshall Ford to relocate from its current location in downtown Campbell River to the southwest corner of Island Highway and Woodburn Road.
CVRD to hold South Sewer Project information sessions
The Comox Valley Regional District will be hosting a series of information sessions to answer resident’s questions about the South Sewer Project prior to the June 18 referendum. Sessions are scheduled for May 25, June 1, and June 15. Community hall sessions will include a short introduction and information stations to answer questions from residents.
Site work begun for Port Alberni sewage lagoon
Site work has begun at the former Catalyst Paper sewage lagoon. The city of Port Alberni purchased Catalyst Paper’s former lagoon in 2011 at a cost of $5.7 million and has been working on the logistics of switching over ever since, with an estimated switch over date of 2018.
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