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White Rock land transfer approved

A proposal to transfer land that was dedicated to White Rock back to its owners was given the green light Monday.

(Incorrect information appeared in the Oct. 20 Peace Arch News.)

The suggestion regarding a section of lane adjacent to 14847 Prospect Ave. received first, second and third reading at the Oct. 3 council meeting.

The road-closure bylaw needed to facilitate the land transfer received final reading at the Oct. 24 council meeting. It passed with Coun. Doug McLean opposed.

 

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