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Pemberton restricts office space in industrial park

Majority of council wants to concentrate business in downtown core



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He noted, however, that he himself supported having office and professional uses in the industrial park.

“I thought the idea of the businesses that require walk-by traffic should be located in the downtown core,” Sturdy said. “If an office doesn’t require walk-by traffic, then I felt that it was a reasonable compromise to allow those businesses to locate the industrial park.”

Bylaw 610 will now go to a public hearing on Sept. 10. Sturdy said the meeting will give the public an opportunity to comment on the proposed bylaw amendments. From there, it could go to third reading, but Sturdy said the bylaw is still “months away.”