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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — A neighbourhood close to the highest of Mount Edward Street will quickly have 542 extra housing models.
Charlottetown council voted at its Sept. 11 common assembly to amend appendix B of town’s zoning and improvement bylaw, the ultimate stage in approving the event at 257, 261, 265 and 267 Mount Edward Rd.
There was no debate on Sept. 11, however the undertaking went to a public assembly over the summer time and in addition went to the planning board.
On the Could 29 common council assembly that permitted the general public assembly, there was some concern about visitors.
The town is planning to increase Spencer Drive to achieve Mount Edward Street, and add a “north-south connector” from the prolonged Spencer Drive to Martha’s Court docket.
Council to get fairness coaching
Charlottetown’s council is getting some updates, however this time it isn’t for public works tools.
Council voted at its Sept. 11 common assembly to spend $3,400 on fairness, variety and inclusion coaching for the mayor and council from HRx.
Deputy Mayor Alanna Jankov requested whether or not any Island firms had supplied to do the work, and in addition stated she thinks the assembly must be held in particular person.
Sue Fraser, director with town, stated the undertaking went to tender and obtained bids from on and off-Island.
“The standard of the presentation and the submission from the corporate that we’re recommending is exemplary. I did the score together with one other employees particular person, and we did our scores individually and each got here to the identical conclusion,” stated Fraser.
There was some confusion about whether or not the assembly can be in particular person or digital. The value quoted can be for a digital session, but when HRx had been to return to Charlottetown it might take one other tendering course of, she stated.
Spending on lively transportation path, equipment, paving
Charlottetown council voted for greater than $2 million in infrastructure and utility equipment in August with the cash coming from pre-approved sections of the finances.
Landmark Building will obtain $418,078 plus HST for section three of the Charlottetown perimeter freeway lively transportation path.
GFL Environmental Companies Inc. is getting $965,028.75 plus relevant taxes for digester upkeep on the Charlottetown Air pollution Management Plant.
Island Building Restricted will obtain $1,098,946 plus relevant taxes for avenue resurfacing.
Logan MacLean is a municipal reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. He will be reached by e-mail at [email protected] and adopted on X @loganmaclean94.