Qualicum Beach council to discuss closure of Harlech Road

Intention is to consolidate land with old firehall site for future development

Qualicum Beach council has given notice of its intention to close part of Harlech Road in order to consolidate it with the old fire hall site to allow for future development.

The site is now the location of QualiCanna.

They will consider the bylaw on Dec. 16 at a council meeting at 3:30 p.m. in the council chamber at 660 Primrose St. Anyone who has an opinion on the bylaw can voice their opinions at that meeting or by writing to the corporate administrator by 1 p.m. on Dec. 16.

READ MORE: Public airs concerns regarding Qualicum Beach’s proposed East Village development

For more information, contact Heather Svensen, corporate administrator, at 250-752-6921 or by email at hsvensen@qualicumbeach.com.

— NEWS Staff

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