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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Charlottetown city council unanimously agreed to spend $45,000 to purchase a property near Stonepark Intermediate School.
The city is to enter into a purchase and sale agreement with WGB Holdings Ltd. to buy one piece of property for the purpose of storm water management.
It’s part of a subdivision that was approved in 2004. In 2010, there was a lot realignment, including the developer’s decision to create double-deep lots between Darte Drive and Rockcliffe Avenue as Rockcliffe frontages had a steep grade and would be difficult to develop on their own.
Storm water concerns were raised as development continued in 2014.