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General Suburban Updates and Rumours
#21
Could be taking out fuel tanks; it used to be a gas station.
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#22
I noticed a brief construction fence and possibly some core samples taken at the vacant lot at Highland Rd E and Spadina (across from PetroMart). The fence is long gone, but now there are a few stakes in the ground and a tree near the site has been removed.
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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#23
It's been happening every once and awhile. I wonder if it is soil remediation.
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#24
Development freeze in Kitchener’s Freeport area to be lifted in new year
Waterloo Region Record
By Catherine Thompson  


KITCHENER — After more than 10 years, a development freeze in the Freeport area of Kitchener will be lifted in the new year, thanks to a new sewage pumping station.

Work on the $12.25-million Freeport sewage pumping station is on time and on budget, said Hans Gross, the city's director of engineering.

A development freeze had been imposed on the area more than a decade ago when the old pumping station at 3563 King St. E.reached its capacity. ...

http://www.therecord.com/news-story/5232...-new-year/
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#25
What do people think about this development by Victoria and Lackner?

http://www.therecord.com/news-story/5246...e-woodlot/
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#26
First I'm surprised development approvals do not come with an expiry date. Say ten years or so.

Having said that looking at Google maps there seems to be plenty of green space around that area, so developing the woods seems reasonable, particularly if they can work out an agreement to keep the oldest trees and build around them.
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#27
Proposed for 430 Connaught St in Kitchener

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#28
Biggest drive-thru I've seen in quite some time.
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#29
That lot is quite small so it probably won't be so large.

An updated render of 661 Stirling S.

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#30
Is that the proposal for the corner of Stirling and Homer Watson?
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