Editor’s Note: November 1, 2017: Public consultation for Campbell River Zoning Bylaw review today

November 1, 2017

In This Issue:

  • The City of Campbell River is holding a public consultation for the Zoning Bylaw review today Nov. 1, from 5-8 pm at the Maritime Heritage Centre
  • Site meeting tomorrowNovember 2 for Hangars Lighting Upgrade at 19 Wing Comox
  • Proposal moving forward for Olive Devaud Residence to convert to student housing in Powell River

The City of Campbell River is holding the next public consultation for the Zoning Bylaw review today November 1, from 5-8 pm at the Maritime Heritage Centre.

The City of Campbell River is holding a public consultation for the Zoning Bylaw review today Nov. 1, from 5-8 pm at the Maritime Heritage Centre

The City of Campbell River is holding the next public consultation for the Zoning Bylaw review today November 1, from 5-8 pm at the Maritime Heritage Centre. The drop-in session will focus on key topic areas including secondary dwellings, urban agriculture, shops and services, the estuary, and plans for development in Quinsam Heights. Some key topics to be addressed through this process include: the community vision and land uses in Quinsam Heights; provisions for secondary suites; clarifying commercial zone uses and land uses permitted on the estuary.

Site meeting tomorrowNovember 2 for Hangars Lighting Upgrade at 19 Wing Comox

Defence Construction Canada has issued a tender for Hangars Lighting Upgrade. The work includes the supply of labour, material, supervision and equipment necessary to upgrade current high bay lighting and controls in all four of the QRA Hangars located at 19 Wing Comox. A site visit will be held November 2 at 1 pm at the Main Gate, Pass Control Office. The estimated cost for this project is $346,000.

Proposal moving forward for Olive Devaud Residence to convert to student housing in Powell River

A building permit application for the renovation and conversion of the aging Olive Devaud Residence in Powell River is expected soon. Restrictions placed on the facility due to its previous status as a residential care facility have been lifted, and it is expected the owner will proceed soon with construction 50-80 student residences. Sunset Homes sold the property earlier this year.

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