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More on local pushback:
From the QCHCA letters you can see the residents of Palmer street seem to be concerned about loss of street parking from guests/residents of the building. There's also a concern about additional traffic in general, and the resulting safety implications. These are understandable concerns, but it is also easy to pile on these for any project developed ever, anywhere.
That said, the developer also shared with me they received a petition of 85 neighbours against the project. It doesn't mean those who live on Palmer street and the apartment on the rise behind this project signed it, but it wouldn't be too hard to find that many signatures in the area.
The report and agenda package will be available for viewing on the Saanich website on the Thursday June 17 before the meeting Saanich.ca/agendas
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