A proposal by Woody’s RV World to relocate from its current location in Abbotsford, British Columbia, was approved by local officials.
As reported by the Abbotsford News, the property has room to park dozens of the vehicles, and the company has plans for a large dealership building. The land in question was conditionally excluded from the Agricultural Land Reserve more than a decade ago, and to proceed with the project, the developer must pay just shy of $200,000 into the city’s Agricultural Trust.
Woody’s proposal elicited no opposition at a public hearing last week, and council unanimously voted in favor of rezoning of the property. But one nearby business owner said he worried that adding a median to deter left-turns out of one driveway will just create new problems.
The city says a median must be built to prevent left turns from the dealership at a driveway on the east of the property
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