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April 20, 2018

City of Oshawa opposes controversial waterfront development plan

The City of Oshawa is taking a hard stance against a development plan that could see 180 new homes built near Renaissance Park.

Council passed a motion this week, stating its disapproval with the plan by Graywood Developments. The company has filed an appeal with the Ontario Municipal Board in hopes it will give the project the green light.

The City of Oshawa is taking a hard stance against a development plan that could see 180 new homes built near Renaissance Park.

Council passed a motion this week, stating its disapproval with the plan by Graywood Developments. The company has filed an appeal with the Ontario Municipal Board in hopes it will give the project the green light.

The city’s stance on the project echoes the residents’ — many of whom have formed a group called “Stop the Sprawl” to protest the development. Paul Hughes, a member of the group, says he was “elated” when he heard the city opposed the plan.

Keep reading and watch the video on Global News

 

 

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