Council green lights Residential Care Facility

Yorkton Council unanimously approved a discretionary use application paving the way for a proposed Residential Care Facility at 65 and 69 Maple Avenue.

The property is zoned R-5 Mixed Density Residential and the proposed Residential Care Facility is a discretionary use in this, explained Carleen Koroluk Planner, with the City at the regular meeting of Yorkton Council Monday.

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Council had previously authorized Administration to proceed with the Public Notice process at their Dec. 14 meeting.

As such, the proposed discretionary use was advertised and circulated in accordance with the public notification requirements of the City of Yorkton, including advertisement in the local newspaper, at City Hall and on the City website.

In addition, the application was referred to the Planning and Infrastructure Commission at their Dec. 16, meeting. The Commission reviewed the proposal and subsequently carried a resolution recommending approval of the application, said Koroluk.

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