A place to work and live in Breslau
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.