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By Mark Pavilons
The Ontario Municipal Board agrees that a banquet hall doesn't belong on the Oak Ridges Moraine. Further, it's not considered a recreational use.
That was the finding of OMB hearing officer Sylvia Sutherland regarding the appeal by Peter Eliopolous, who wanted to change land use designations in King's official plan to permit his outdoor banquet facility and children's camp on a 49-hectare (121-acre) parcel of land located at 3550 18th Sideroad.
The report was released Monday (Jan. 27) and not only refuses the bid, but eliminates any further need for phase two of the hearing.
Full details and public reaction to the decision will be coming soon.
Excerpt: The Ontario Municipal Board agrees that a banquet hall doesn’t belong on the Oak Ridges Moraine. Further, it’s not considered a recreational use.
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