Workers prepare the site at 222 Corfield St. in Parksville where a supportive housing project is planned to be built, though a court case against the city’s rezoning of the site to allow for the project has yet to finish. — Adam Kveton Photo

Work happening at Corfield site in Parksville as court case decision awaited

Excavators dig, flatten area at 222 Corfield St. South

Though petitioners and BC Housing are awaiting the result of a court case questioning the legality of the rezoning that allows for a supportive housing facility at 222 Corfield St. in Parksville, some work is happening at the site.

Workers were using excavators and other equipment to dig and flatten earth on Wednesday, Jan. 9.

 

Workers prepare the site at 222 Corfield St. in Parksville where a supportive housing project is planned to be built, though a court case against the city’s rezoning of the site to allow for the project has yet to finish. — Adam Kveton Photo

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