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Ability To Build On Ag Land Could Benefit Puslinch, Says Mayor

While James Seeley had some concerns with proposed provincial planning policy changes, the mayor said loosening rules to be able to grow into farmland helps the township’s financial stability in the long run.

Puslinch council pushed back on some proposed provincial planning policy that would impact agriculture land, but it wasn’t total doom and gloom as the mayor pointed out some loosening of rules around building on agricultural land could benefit Puslinch.

It took going through a few delegates and a few hours of discussion for Puslinch council to land on how it would respond to a proposed new provincial planning policy statement at a Wednesday meeting.

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