City of Port Alberni to hold public hearing for former ADSS lands

District Acquisitions Corporation is proposing to develop the vacant lot in multiple phases

A public hearing will discuss the proposed development to the former Alberni District Secondary School site. NEWS FILE PHOTO

The city of Port Alberni will be holding a public hearing in council chambers tonight (Tuesday, Dec. 5) to discuss the proposed development to the former Alberni District Secondary School site.

READ: Former ADSS property sells to Vancouver-based developers

READ: Developers planning residential project at former ADSS site

District Acquisitions Corporation is in the process of purchasing the property, and is proposing to develop the now vacant lot in multiple phases.

The applicants have proposed amendments to the Official Community Plan (OCP) Bylaw and to the Zoning Bylaw to allow the first phase of their proposed project—a single family residential subdivision along 16th Avenue and an apartment building at the corner of Burde Street and Anderson Avenue.

Members of the public will have an opportunity to voice their input regarding these proposals at tonight’s public hearing.

The hearing begins at 6 p.m. in city hall council chambers.

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