A place to work and live in Bres­lau

The Woolwich Observer - - NEWS -

Long a place to work, a Bres­lau site may even­tu­ally be a place Calvin Jutzi can call home.

He’s seek­ing zone change on his land at 5100 Foun­tain St. N., home to the M.R. Jutzi auc­tion house. The move would see the prop­erty di­vided into two, the auc­tion busi­ness re­main­ing on some 8.4 acres at the front, as it has since 1980, with the re­main­ing 17 acres zoned as agri­cul­tural with the in­tent of build­ing a house there.

The changes would in­clude a 41-me­tre strip along the east side of the prop­erty that would al­low ac­cess to Foun­tain Street from the rear lot.

The pro­posal was the sub­ject of a pub­lic meet­ing Tues­day night in Wool­wich coun­cil cham­bers, with only the ap­pli­cant and his plan­ner ad­dress­ing the is­sue.

Like­wise, John Scar­fone, Wool­wich’s man­ager of plan­ning, noted com­ments from a va­ri­ety of agen­cies, in­clud­ing the Grand River Con­ser­va­tion Author­ity, raised no com­plaints.

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