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Council denies Colonial Marsh request
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Plans for the proposed Colonial Marsh subdivision to be located behind Sterling Creek Subdivision came to a halt Tuesday after the Richmond Hill City Council voted unanimously to deny the developer’s requests for zoning changes.
The developer, RVLH-Greenland, requested the city change two of the nine current zoning conditions that prohibit access to the 187.7-acre parcel of land set forth by a previous council in 2007.
The requested change would have allowed access to the property either through Sterling Creek Drive or by a private road to be built on 40 foot of right of way instead of the conditions’ required 60 feet, which would also require force main and sewer lines to be moved.
To read more about this and more from the City Council meeting, pick up a copy of the Oct. 8 edition of the News.

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