Planning in Secret: Effective Strategies for Keeping the Public Out of the Planning Process

E2ed169f43b7aae4f46de5fa9ef837e9?s=47 Peter Rukavina
October 04, 2013

Planning in Secret: Effective Strategies for Keeping the Public Out of the Planning Process

Or "Planning in the Open In a digital world our capacity to engage and inform citizens has been transformed." Presented to the 2013 Atlantic Planners Institute Annual Conference on October 4, 2013 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

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Peter Rukavina

October 04, 2013
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  1. Planning in Secret: Effective Strategies for Keeping the Public Out

    of the Planning Process
  2. Planning in the Open In a digital world our capacity

    to engage and inform citizens has been transformed.
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  6. •Design for clarity •Write like a real person reads •Provide

    contextual resources •Act like you care that I engage From to
  7. Case Study 77 Upper Prince Street

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  16. 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) A request to consider an

    amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource and to consider an amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone.
  17. 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) A request to consider an

    amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource and to consider an amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone.
  18. 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) A request to consider an

    amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource and to consider an amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone.
  19. 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) A request to consider an

    amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource and to consider an amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone.
  20. Case Study 77 Upper Prince Street

  21. Important details up front Summarize what’s being considered

  22. Include date and address. Summarize what’s being considered Use a

    human- readable URL.
  23. Public Meeting on June 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. 77

    Upper Prince Street (between Euston and Gerald) The meeting is to hear public opinion on two applications for this property: 1. To designate as a heritage resource. Designating the property as a heritage resource recognizes the importance of the property to the city’s heritage, and places restrictions on how the property can be developed and modified in the future. This is an "Amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource 2. To change the zoning to from low-density residential to institutional. This property is currently a private residence. CHANCES Family Centre seeks to acquire the building and use it for offices, a kitchen, and for parenting classes. This change in use would require a change in zoning. The change would allow institutional use for the property no matter the owner. An amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone. Charlottetown City Council will hold a public meeting about On the City of Charlottetown website, charlottetown.ca, you can find the complete applications, the Zoning and Development By-Law, and background information about this property and this neighbourhood. Planning Department, 199 Queen Street, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Written comments must be submitted by 12:00 noon, Wednesday, June 26, 2013.
  24. Public Meeting on June 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. 77

    Upper Prince Street (between Euston and Gerald) The meeting is to hear public opinion on two applications for this property: 1. To designate as a heritage resource. Designating the property as a heritage resource recognizes the importance of the property to the city’s heritage, and places restrictions on how the property can be developed and modified in the future. This is an "Amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource 2. To change the zoning to from low-density residential to institutional. This property is currently a private residence. CHANCES Family Centre seeks to acquire the building and use it for offices, a kitchen, and for parenting classes. This change in use would require a change in zoning. The change would allow institutional use for the property no matter the owner. An amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone. Charlottetown City Council will hold a public meeting about On the City of Charlottetown website, charlottetown.ca, you can find the complete applications, the Zoning and Development By-Law, and background information about this property and this neighbourhood. Planning Department, 199 Queen Street, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Written comments must be submitted by 12:00 noon, Wednesday, June 26, 2013. All on one page: easy to copy and pass around. Design for readability and clarity. Plain language descriptions. Date and time up front Include, but deemphasize the technical bylaw language. Point to additional information on the web. Use a map that allows people to see the property in context.
  25. Public Meeting, June 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. 77 Upper

    Prince Street The meeting is to hear public opinion on two applications for this property: 1. To designate as a heritage resource. Designating the property as a heritage resource recognizes the importance of the property to the city’s heritage, and places restrictions on how the property can be developed and modified in the future. This is an "Amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource 2. To change the zoning to from low-density residential to institutional. This property is currently a private residence. CHANCES Family Centre seeks to acquire the building and use it for offices, a kitchen, and for parenting classes. This change in use would require a change in zoning. The change would allow institutional use for the property no matter the owner. An amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone. About this Property About this Neighbourhood ‣ History of Property (Heritage Database) ‣ Photos of this Property ‣ Assessment Data and History ‣ St. Avards Neighbourhood Description ‣ Census Information (Statistics Canada) ‣ Traffic Counts on Major Streets ‣ Maps and GIS Data About this Application ‣ Download Application Forms ‣ What Happens at the Public Meeting ‣ Submit your Written Comments ‣ Ask a Question
  26. Public Meeting, June 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. 77 Upper

    Prince Street The meeting is to hear public opinion on two applications for this property: 1. To designate as a heritage resource. Designating the property as a heritage resource recognizes the importance of the property to the city’s heritage, and places restrictions on how the property can be developed and modified in the future. This is an "Amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource 2. To change the zoning to from low-density residential to institutional. This property is currently a private residence. CHANCES Family Centre seeks to acquire the building and use it for offices, a kitchen, and for parenting classes. This change in use would require a change in zoning. The change would allow institutional use for the property no matter the owner. An amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone. About this Property About this Neighbourhood ‣ History of Property (Heritage Database) ‣ Photos of this Property ‣ Assessment Data and History ‣ St. Avards Neighbourhood Description ‣ Census Information (Statistics Canada) ‣ Traffic Counts on Major Streets ‣ Maps and GIS Data About this Application ‣ Download Application Forms ‣ What Happens at the Public Meeting ‣ Submit your Written Comments ‣ Ask a Question Interactive Map Plain language descriptions. Links to Bylaw and Definitions Area Context Property Context Details, help, and directions.
  27. Public Meeting, June 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. 77 Upper

    Prince Street The meeting is to hear public opinion on two applications for this property: 1. To designate as a heritage resource. Designating the property as a heritage resource recognizes the importance of the property to the city’s heritage, and places restrictions on how the property can be developed and modified in the future. This is an "Amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource 2. To change the zoning to from low-density residential to institutional. This property is currently a private residence. CHANCES Family Centre seeks to acquire the building and use it for offices, a kitchen, and for parenting classes. This change in use would require a change in zoning. The change would allow institutional use for the property no matter the owner. An amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone. About this Property About this Neighbourhood ‣ History of Property (Heritage Database) ‣ Photos of this Property ‣ Assessment Data and History ‣ St. Avards Neighbourhood Description ‣ Census Information (Statistics Canada) ‣ Traffic Counts on Major Streets ‣ Maps and GIS Data About this Application ‣ Download Application Forms ‣ What Happens at the Public Meeting ‣ Submit your Written Comments ‣ Ask a Question Public Meeting on June 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. 77 Upper Prince Street (between Euston and Gerald) The meeting is to hear public opinion on two applications for this property: 1. To designate as a heritage resource. Designating the property as a heritage resource recognizes the importance of the property to the city’s heritage, and places restrictions on how the property can be developed and modified in the future. This is an "Amendment to Appendix “A” of the City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to designate the property at 77 Upper Prince Street (PID#359539) as a Heritage Resource 2. To change the zoning to from low-density residential to institutional. This property is currently a private residence. CHANCES Family Centre seeks to acquire the building and use it for offices, a kitchen, and for parenting classes. This change in use would require a change in zoning. The change would allow institutional use for the property no matter the owner. An amendment to Appendix “A” Future Land Use Map of the Official Plan from Low Density Residential to Institutional, and an amendment to Appendix “H” - Zoning Map of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw to rezone this property from Low Density Residential (R-2) Zone to Institutional (I) Zone. Charlottetown City Council will hold a public meeting about On the City of Charlottetown website, charlottetown.ca, you can find the complete applications, the Zoning and Development By-Law, and background information about this property and this neighbourhood. Planning Department, 199 Queen Street, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Written comments must be submitted by 12:00 noon, Wednesday, June 26, 2013.
  28. “she would like to see the neighbourhood remain as primarily

    residential” “asked what else could go in the building if it was to be rezoned to Institutional” “concerned about vandalism in the evenings and weekends” “concerns with traffic when children are being dropped off at school” “there is a lot of traffic on this narrow street and cars parking along the street” “how many additional parking spaces are required”
  29. City of Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw

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  31. scale drawings drawn to Parking Design Standards and certified (stamped)

    by a qualified engineer, architect, or public land surveyor Shall be submitted where there are ten (10) or more Parking Spaces or for less than ten (10) spaces as required by the Development Officer with the application for the Building permit showing entrances and exits to such Parking facilities, all proposed and Existing Parking Spaces, aisles, lighting, and drainage of the Lot; scale drawings drawn to Parking Design Standards and certified (stamped) by a qualified engineer, architect, or public land surveyor Shall be submitted where there are ten (10) or more Parking Spaces or for less than ten (10) spaces as required by the Development Officer with the application for the Building permit showing entrances and exits to such Parking facilities, all proposed and Existing Parking Spaces, aisles, lighting, and drainage of the Lot;
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  33. GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES ................................................ 26 4.1 ACCESSORY

    BUILDINGS 4.2 BUILDING HEIGHT 4.3 DECKS, AND OTHER PROJECTIONS INTO YARDS 4.4 EXISTING BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES 4.5 FENCES 4.6 GROUPED DWELLINGS 4.7 ONE MAIN BUILDING ON A LOT 4.8 RESTORATION TO A SAFE CONDITION 4.9 SATELLITE DISHES AND COMMUNICATION TOWERS 4.10 WINDMILL TOWERS 4.11 SUBDIVIDING OF ATTACHED DWELLINGS 4.12 SWIMMING POOLS 4.13 VEHICLE BODIES General Provision for Buildings and Structures ................................................................................. 26 4.1 Accessory Buildings 4.2 Building Height 4.3 Decks, and Other Projections into Yards 4.4 Existing Buildings or Structures 4.5 Fences 4.6 Groups Dwellings 4.7 One Main Building on a Lot 4.8 Restoration to a Safe Condition 4.9 Satellite Dishes and Communication Towers 4.10 Windmill Towers 4.11 Subdividing of Attached Dwellings 4.12 Swimming Pools 4.13 Vehicle Bodies
  34. General Provision for Buildings and Structures ................................................................................. 26 4.1 Accessory

    Buildings 4.2 Building Height 4.3 Decks, and Other Projections into Yards 4.4 Existing Buildings or Structures 4.5 Fences 4.6 Groups Dwellings 4.7 One Main Building on a Lot 4.8 Restoration to a Safe Condition 4.9 Satellite Dishes and Communication Towers 4.10 Windmill Towers 4.11 Subdividing of Attached Dwellings 4.12 Swimming Pools 4.13 Vehicle Bodies
  35. Zoning Bylaw » General Provisions for Buildings and Structures 4.10

    Windmill Towers .1 Windmills Shall be permitted within the City of Charlottetown but not without first obtaining a building permit from the City’s Planning Department. The application Shall be accompanied by the following: (a) a site plan accurately drawn to scale and certified by a surveyor that shows: (b) the location of the Windmill Tower on the site and its’ proximity to other Structures or Buildings on the Site; (c) the location and proximity of all Structures, Buildings occupied by people, power lines or other utility lines on site and on adjoining properties within a radius equal to three (3) times the proposed Windmill Tower height; (d) certification by a registered professional engineer or the manufacturer’s certification along with drawings and specifications verifying the dimensions and sizes of the various structural components of the tower’s construction and design data which indicates the basis of design; and, (e) certified sound level values for the proposed wind turbine. .2 Windmills may only be permitted in the C-2, C-3, M-1, M-2, M-3 zones and Institutional Zones and the following additional requirements shall apply: (a) Windmills Shall only be permitted on Lots having a minimum width and length three (3) times the height of the Windmill; (b) Windmill height Shall not exceed a total height of 75 feet in any zone; (c) No Windmill Shall be constructed in any front or side yard area. All other setback requirements Shall be measured from property lines to the center of the base of the Windmill Tower and from Buildings occupied by people to the center base of the Windmill Tower; (d) the setback for Windmills Shall be 1.2 times the height of the Windmill from any property boundary or Building occupied by people on the subject lot and 2 times the height of the Windmill from any Building occupied by people on an adjoining Lot; http://charlottetown.ca/zoning/4.10/windmill-towers
  36. Zoning Bylaw » General Provisions for Buildings and Structures 4.10

    Windmill Towers .1 Windmills Shall be permitted within the City of Charlottetown but not without first obtaining a building permit from the City’s Planning Department. The application Shall be accompanied by the following: (a) a site plan accurately drawn to scale and certified by a surveyor that shows: (b) the location of the Windmill Tower on the site and its’ proximity to other Structures or Buildings on the Site; (c) the location and proximity of all Structures, Buildings occupied by people, power lines or other utility lines on site and on adjoining properties within a radius equal to three (3) times the proposed Windmill Tower height; (d) certification by a registered professional engineer or the manufacturer’s certification along with drawings and specifications verifying the dimensions and sizes of the various structural components of the tower’s construction and design data which indicates the basis of design; and, (e) certified sound level values for the proposed wind turbine. .2 Windmills may only be permitted in the C-2, C-3, M-1, M-2, M-3 zones and Institutional Zones and the following additional requirements shall apply: (a) Windmills Shall only be permitted on Lots having a minimum width and length three (3) times the height of the Windmill; (b) Windmill height Shall not exceed a total height of 75 feet in any zone; (c) No Windmill Shall be constructed in any front or side yard area. All other setback requirements Shall be measured from property lines to the center of the base of the Windmill Tower and from Buildings occupied by people to the center base of the Windmill Tower; (d) the setback for Windmills Shall be 1.2 times the height of the Windmill from any property boundary or Building occupied by people on the subject lot and 2 times the height of the Windmill from any Building occupied by people on an adjoining Lot; http://charlottetown.ca/zoning/4.10/windmill-towers Links
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  39. October 2, 2013 at 9:11 a.m. Planning Department Blog Sandwich

    signs are covered by section 5.15.6 of the Charlottetown Zoning and Development Bylaw. This section of the bylaw lays out the requirements for sandwich signs, including rules about not obstructing traffic of pedestrians, the need to hold liability insurance, and location where the signs are allowed. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Curabitur rhoncus lorem vitae leo gravida, eget luctus nibh pharetra. Aliquam hendrerit eleifend rhoncus. Aenean aliquet euismod accumsan. Maecenas sollicitudin urna a mattis interdum. Cras pellentesque porttitor augue sed dapibus. Maecenas ut velit in turpis laoreet condimentum. Nulla hendrerit sagittis leo, at semper metus malesuada eget. In feugiat massa nec ante volutpat ultricies. Vivamus id laoreet leo. Fusce blandit ante quis ipsum cursus, sed condimentum odio feugiat. Suspendisse quis mollis nulla. Cras leo nibh, vestibulum ac porta dictum, vehicula eu augue. Suspendisse potenti. Aliquam vitae diam vitae urna posuere viverra sit amet a mauris. Proin at augue mollis, sagittis elit sed, tincidunt velit. In elementum velit vel eros molestie, varius imperdiet What about sandwich boards?
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  42. FILE # PID# NOV# Permit# APPLIC DATE APPROVAL PROPERTY LOCATION

    WORK DESCRIPTION NAME APPEALS DATE 13-019 825943 323-bld-13 26-Aug-13 27-Sep-13 360 Grafton Street Erect 60' X 90' tent for a Car Show Car Shows PEI Inc. 18-Oct-13 13-174G 387761 356-bld-13 13-Sep-13 26-Sep-13 670 University Avenue Interior renovation for frozen yogurt kiosk at food court Darrin Dunsford 17-Oct-13 13-191 279232 218-BLD-13 10-Jun-13 19-Sep-13 13 Mount Edward Road Interior/Exterior Renovations Darrin Dunsford 10-Oct-13 13-211 340182 083-13 30-Apr-13 25-Sep-13 111 Queen Street Seasonal signage on the Guild The Guild Theatre Productions 16-Oct-13 13-224 345801 151-BLD-13 7-May-13 27-Sep-13 233 Queen Street Renovate BGHJ office for Planning Department occupation David Bergmark 18-Oct-13 13-360 817918 141-13 28-Jun-13 26-Sep-13 Peakes Wharf-Great George St 2' X 3' Sandwich Board sign (Peakes Wharf Boat Tours) Robbie Phillips 17-Oct-13 13-392 361873 296-dem-13 14-Aug-13 24-Sep-13 80 Walthen Drive Demolish existing house Geneva Villa 15-Oct-13 13-438 145508 305-bld-13 8-Aug-13 25-Sep-13 537 Malpeque Road Replace/alter location of drive-thru menu boards Lubo Saltchev c/o exp Services Inc. 16-Oct-13 13-446 1061944 311-bld-13 13-Aug-13 27-Sep-13 31-33 Parkman Drive (Lot #57) New semi-detached dwelling Philip Hughes 18-Oct-13 13-455 356600 314-bld-13 15-Aug-13 23-Sep-13 12 Douglas Street 12 x 16 addition to single family dwelling & replace foundation Loretta Cameron 14-Oct-13 13-478 427500 333-bld-13 3-Sep-13 23-Sep-13 2 Maloney Drive Convert existing accessory building to single family dwelling John Gauthier 14-Oct-13 13-481 511873 337-BLD-13 3-Sep-13 27-Sep-13 5 Highfield Avenue 12' X 32' Addition to existing single family dwelling Amber Masonry Ltd (Fred Fall) 18-Oct-13 13-490 351601 341-bld-13 4-Sep-13 20-Sep-13 18 Johnson Avenue Deck addition Brian J. McKenna 11-Oct-13 13-493 901439 344-bld-13 9-Sep-13 26-Sep-13 127 Parkside Drive (Lot #1) New single family dwelling with In-law Suite Gordie Kirkpatrick 17-Oct-13 13-501 341701 355-bld-13 12-Sep-13 23-Sep-13 12 Kent Street Exterior renovations - windows & shingles Graham Robinson 14-Oct-13 13-503 353508 358-bld-13 16-Sep-13 23-Sep-13 26 Spring Street Replace foundation Louise Carota 14-Oct-13 13-504 491670 360-bld-13 17-Sep-13 24-Sep-13 93 Cottonwood Drive 8' X 10' Shed Reg Waite 15-Oct-13 13-509 675702 362-bld-13 17-Sep-13 24-Sep-13 119 Kensington Road 10' x 12' accessory building David Snow 15-Oct-13 13-517 350900 369-bld-13 27-Sep-13 27-Sep-13 16 Newbury Lane 6 X 8 Garden Shed Margot Elgharib 18-Oct-13 FILE # PID# NOV# Permit# APPLIC DATE APPROVAL PROPERTY LOCATION WORK DESCRIPTION NAME APPEALS DATE Building Permits Approved - Week ending September 27, 2013 Charlottetown
  43. Stratford Town of Stratford Building Permit Summary 7/1/2013 to 7/31/2013

    Applicant Estimated Development Date PermitID Applicant Name Phone # PID Lot# Address Permit Type Project Value Permit Fee JUL-15-2013 DP078-13 Robert Gaudet 902-367-6129 932111 171 6 Carrington Road Accessory Building - New $1,200.00 $30.00 JUL-25-2013 DP056-13 Stratford Quickstop 1044494 1 Jubilee Drive Accessory Building - New $11,000.00 $100.00 Sub Totals: $12,200.00 $130.00 JUL-05-2013 DP072-13 Rosemary Scott 902-569-3021 728188 135 33 Celtic Lane Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $800.00 $30.00 Addition JUL-16-2013 DP077-13 Kent Building Supply - 329375 154 Spinnaker Drive Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $5,000.00 $30.00 Andrew Sanderson Addition Sub Totals: $5,800.00 $60.00 JUL-26-2013 DP085-13 Richard E. Woodfield 902-367-3637 1010693 7 Picton Beete Cr Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $3,000.00 $30.00 New JUL-12-2013 DP076-13 Jamie Doiron 902-629-0224 486118 14 Towerwood Drive Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $3,000.00 $30.00 New JUL-03-2013 DP039-13 Chris and Jennifer 902-569-2114 471508 10 Aintree Drive Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $6,000.00 $30.00 Whitlock New JUL-30-2013 DP016-13 Craig and Jennifer 902-566-1801 1014638 93 Bonavista Avenue Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $25,000.00 $30.00 Lawlor New JUL-15-2013 DP062-13 Drew and Karen 902-894-3959 1029180 22 Saints Crescent Accessory Structure (Pool, Deck, etc) - $50,000.00 $30.00 MacIntyre New Sub Totals: $87,000.00 $150.00 JUL-31-2013 DP059-13 Craftsman 940650 11 Galway Court Single Family Dwelling - Addition $18,000.00 $56.80 Construction JUL-05-2013 DP071-13 Roger Johnson 902-569-4882 709154 73 Rankin Drive Single Family Dwelling - Addition $40,000.00 $114.40 JUL-10-2013 DP070-13 Greenleaf Construction 902-566-3358 603613 1 2 Battery Point Drive Single Family Dwelling - Addition $150,000.00 $43.68 Sub Totals: $208,000.00 $214.88 JUL-25-2013 DP081-13 D.C. McCardle 902-367-9200 398586 70 77 Southampton Drive Single Family Dwelling - New $180,000.00 $458.20 JUL-18-2013 DP079-13 D.C. McCardle Ltd 902-367-9200 398586 72 85 Southampton Dr Single Family Dwelling - New $200,000.00 $469.40 JUL-30-2013 DP084-13 Barry MacDonald 1045749 13 11 Donegal Lane Single Family Dwelling - New $300,000.00 $1,187.60 Thursday, August 01, 2013 Town of Stratford Building Permit Summary 7/1/2013 to 7/31/2013 Page 1 of 2
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