Debate over housing is becoming heated at the DNV

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The North Shore news reports debates over housing in the District of North Vancouver are heating up.

A motion opening up the possibility of a new condo project near Edgemont Village passed by only one vote this week with Councilors Hanson, Hicks and Mackay-Dunn raising issues about transportation gridlock and a “tsunami of development” in Edgemont and the construction fatigue experienced by residents there.

Councilor Bond argued against any slow down in development. Councilor Hicks sai there ws nothing to be done because highway one was the cradle of our congestion problems, and “That will remain despite all the buildings that go on the North Shore because (the traffic) is due to through-put from east to west and commuters.”

Mayor Walton, who voted wot send the development for review said the light was at the end of the tunnel.

Read all about it here:

http://www.nsnews.com/news/small-condo-triggers-big-debate-at-north-vancouver-council-1.2378776

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