Wednesday, Oct 16 – 18, 2019 Legacy Cottages LPAT Hearing
Township of Muskoka Lakes (Municipal Office)
1 Bailey St, Port Carling, ON P0B 1J0
Very important hearing to decide on the intended use of Legacy Cottages on Lake Rosseau. Friends of Muskoka is a party to this hearing, since we oppose the proposal to build 43 year-round residential cottages on 470’ of shoreline on a property that is zoned for a commercial resort.
The LPAT decision here could have a ripple effect across Muskoka as other commercial resorts wait to see if they will be allowed to build similar high-density residential developments on the Muskoka Lakes.
Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming hearings and on how you can make sure that your voice is heard.
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