There’s going to be a public hearing on a possible re-zoning for a property the District of Sechelt bought for a sewage treatment plant.
The District didn’t end up building the plant at Lot L on Dusty Road, so they’ll use part of it for a new public works yard.
The idea behind rezoning it to light industrial is to give some flexibility on how the other part can be used… especially if the District decides to sell or lease it.
Council gave the rezoning first reading last night… with Mike Shanks and Alice Lutes opposed
One question being raised by Lutes is whether it’s legal for Sechelt to rezone its own property in a way that could boost the sale price. District staff say it has been run by the lawyers.
The public hearing will be Tuesday, July 29th