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SaltWire In the present day – Friday, July 28, 2023 | SaltWire
BORDEN-CARLETON, P.E.I. — The City of Borden-Carleton has determined to not take a place on the brand new gasoline station proposed for the city.
At a particular council assembly on July 25, councillors voted to ship a public remark letter to the Island Regulatory and Appeals Fee (IRAC), relating to the D.P. Murphy-proposed Irving. The contents of the letter had been mentioned throughout an in-camera season and never disclosed to residents current.
The letter was written by Cox & Palmer on behalf of the city and made accessible to SaltWire on July 27.
It reads that the city would make no remark both for or towards the appliance. Nonetheless, it famous that councillors have heard issues from a lot of residents.
Such issues, per the letter, are in regard to how a brand new Irving would impression the world’s three pre-existing gasoline stations, in addition to how the enterprise would have an effect on native visitors.
“As famous, the city takes no place both for or towards the appliance, however respectfully requests that the fee discover and deliberate the impression the proposed utility could have on different essential native service choices as they’re important to Borden-Carleton’s residents and travellers alike, all of which kind the motoring public,” the letter learn.
Kristin Gardiner is a reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. She might be reached by e mail at [email protected] and adopted on Twitter @KristinGardiner.