Halifax & West Community Council last night rejected the motion to ‘upzone’ the properties at 48 & 50 Old Sambro Road from R2 to R3. This defeat prevents R3 zoning which would have allowed a three story apartment building with underground parking next to Governors Brook and Catamaran Ponds which flow into Colpitt Lake and on down to Williams Lake.
Shauna Hatt, NDP candidate for Halifax Atlantic says she wants to see the dam protected in order to build on the investment made in the Shaw Wilderness Park.
Tim Cranston, Progressive Conservative candidate for Halifax Atlantic, says he “stands with the people of Williams Lake” in getting a fix for the dam.
In an email to all local candidates in the provincial election Murray Coolican, President of the Williams Lake Conservation Company, sent out an appeal to “Save Williams Lake”. The very next morning he received a reply…
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