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Stop Kingston Cliffs Subdivision

133 Signatures Goal: 250

We, the undersigned residents, property owners and regular visitors of the Kingston Peninsula, draw the attention of Royal District Planning Commission to the following: THAT the Kingston Cliffs development is clearly not in keeping with the rural lifestyle and sense of community that currently exists on the Peninsula; and THAT there are strong environmental, transportation, water and sewage and particularly economic concerns for a development of this size built on rocky terrain with very steep slopes. THEREFORE your petitioners call upon the Royal District Planning Commission to ensure that this subdivision is not approved, as per the guidelines of the Community Planning Act. The Provincial Subdivision Regulation vests in the Commission, the right to refuse approval of a subdivision plan, if in its opinion, and in the opinion of the development officer, the land is not suited for the purpose for which it is intended, or is not economically suited for the intended use, or may not be reasonably expected to be used for that purpose within a reasonable time after the subdivision plan is approved. This development is clearly not suited for its intended purpose, nor is it economically viable.

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The Friends of the Kingston Peninsula was formed in January of 2009 in response to an article in KV Style January 16th stating that David Peacock, owner of Milestone Construction (previously Meridian Construction & Development Inc.) was planning on building a 100 lot "Kingston Cliffs" subdivision in Moss Glenn. The article ignited widespread opposition within the community. Within days two Facebook groups were independently established opposing the development. The community held a public meeting regarding the proposed development on February 1, 2009. Approximately 200 people attended the meeting even though it was Superbowl Sunday! Opposition to the Kingston Cliffs development was almost unanimous.

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Signatures

  • 5 years ago
    Lindsay Lockhart Canada
    5 years ago
  • 6 years ago
    Dr. Jenn Hannigan Canada
    6 years ago
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    Dr. Jenn Hannigan Canada
    6 years ago
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    Dr Jay Hannigan Canada
    6 years ago
  • 6 years ago
    Lindsay Dobbin Canada
    6 years ago
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    James (Bud) Fleming Canada
    6 years ago
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    Elaine Fleming Canada
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    Kailey McMillen Canada
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    Dianne Moore Canada
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    Rob Gallant Canada
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    vicky moore Canada
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    audrey mcintyre Canada
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    Lauren Esliger Canada
    6 years ago
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    C. M. BARKER Canada
    6 years ago
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    Ann Marie Reinhart Canada
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