Request to Dissolve Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT)

While I applaud the Province for hosting a Housing Summit and taking an important step forward to identify strategies to address the housing needs of Ontarians, we don’t need to wait a year for their report on barriers to housing development – we already know the source of red tape that is delaying development of the “missing middle” in housing – the Ontario Land Tribunal.

I have brought forward the following motion to dissolve the OLT (Ontario Land Tribunal) to Aurora Town Council on Feb 22…. I hope that all 444 Municipalities will join this fight to “cut red tape” and streamline land use planning in Ontario.  Let’s, finally, recognize the authority of municipalities to uphold their own provincially approved Official Plans.

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