7, 15, 19 Cousins Dr – Settlement

The OMB pre hearing was held September 25th at Town hall in regards to the application for 7, 15 ,19 Cousins Dr. The hearing turned into setting dates for a settlement hearing. There is a settlement agreement between the Town and the applicant that still needs to be signed as some clauses are still being worked out. The original application that was denied by Council was for 5 homes on 3 lots…But the settlement is for 4 houses on the 3 lots – this means that only the one lot (7) which currently has the new home will be split and allow for a second home… The other 2 lots will stay as single detached homes .. The settlement hearing will take place November 2nd 2017 at 9am… The settlement hearing will be a phone hearing and anyone can call in and listen to the hearing by calling 1-866-633-0848 and entering PIN:4779874

 

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  1. No. Again you are considering giving into what the developer wants. The lot is one lot. If you start allowing people to split lots it will change the zoning laws and leave the door open for everyone to take advantage of this precedent.
    Has the town learned nothing at all from the heavy opposition to the Highland Gate development?
    We do not want developers coming in making their money and leaving the neighborhoods changed forever.
    We have to live here- not them. They just move in and cause more chaos.

    Stand up and say no to splitting lots.
    I am truly not impressed with the mayor or council for demonstrating a total lack of backbone.

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