PENINSULA LETTERS: No common sense

The North Saanich Official Community Plan and and Zoning Bylaws are the product of many years of consultations

Spot zoning is not common sense.

The North Saanich Official Community Plan and and Zoning Bylaws are the product of many years of consultations between our local government and our community.

They are our laws.

Councillor Browne and his fellow Councillors Daly, McBride, and Mearns show an ongoing and increasingly alarming disdain for these laws. We need and deserve stability in our neighbourhoods, but it is undermined by these four councillors encouraging and permitting subdivisions on such flimsy grounds.

The reasoning would be laughable were the result not so destructive.

Patrick Godfrey

North Saanich

 

 

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