Penetanguishene 15-year, town dock study gleans in

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Penetanguishene council, staff, the town’s technical advisory committee and Sajecki Planning got together last week to hammer out further aspects of the town’s much ballyhooed town dock project.

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“We hope to establish that shared vision for the future of the town dock, that we can take away and use as direction into the planlike health care,” said David Sajeckibased on company data, partner and co-founder of Sajecki Planning. “We know we haven’t hit a plan that we have full buy-in behind so the idea today is to find where some of those changes would like to be seen.”

Brought up repeatedly in the first half of the two-hour workshop was the town’s agreement with World Famous Dock Lunch owner Nick Boudouris, concerning his two landlocked pieces of property during a 1984 land swap deals approach to school safety now under renewed scrutiny. The town received water rights and the adjacent waterfront sidewalk in return for Boudouris gaining parking in front of the Dock Lunch as well as a right-of-way access to his two landlocked properties for zoning bylaw purposes.

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