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Nancy O’s gets liquor variance

Council passed several variances during Monday’s meeting, including increasing the liquor licence at Nancy O’s.

A property on Ewert Street is set to be rezoned from a single unit residential designation to two-unit residential, allowing for a duplex to be constructed on the lot. Another on Juniper will be rezoned from single residential to two unit residential. A property on Tony Road will be subdivided.

A property on Andres will be subdivided to allow the creation of an additional lot but not have to install sidewalks or underground electric power distribution, telecommunication or street lighting wiring, since non of those utilities exist in that form in the area. Likewise constructors of a new industrial building on Pacific Street. will be allowed to waive the requirement for concrete sidewalks for the same reason.

Nancy O’s was given the nod by council to increase their occupancy load to 84 patrons.

Though the Liquor Control and Licensing branch is the authority in liquor licensing, the local government was asked to add its input and provide a resolution outlining comments and recommendations.

 

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