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An acupuncture and Chinese medicine business will not be permitted to operate at 29 Forest Dr. in Charlottetown.
The location in question is just off Maypoint Road.
Coun. Greg Rivard, former chairman of the planning board committee, brought a resolution forward at the November public meeting for an application to operate a home occupation at the location.
It was a resolution that council had denied at its October meeting, but the applicant submitted it again for reconsideration this month.
However, council once again rejected the request. The vote was unanimous, 10-0, to deny the request.