Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Meeting on seniors' residence ends quickly
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 17 Mar 2006, p. 4

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Supporters of St. Andrew's United Church packed the public gallery of the Halton Hills council chambers, but remained silent during a public meeting on the church's proposed seniors' residence recently. Meeting chair Councillor Joan Robson closed the meeting as soon as it had begun, as no one requested the staff presentation or wished to make a comment. The church is proposed to build a four-storey 53-unit seniors residence in addition to the existing church at the corner of Mountainview Rd. and Sinclair Ave. The action requires a zoning change from General Commercial to Site Specific Fourth Density Residential. The Planning Department's deadline for written public comment is Friday, March 24. A staff report with a recommendation for council will be presented at a future meeting. In November, the Committee of Adjustment agreed to a swap of two triangular-shaped property between the church and the Halton District Catholic School Board (St. Francis of Assisi School).

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Meeting on seniors' residence ends quickly