Council approves rezoning of Harvest Hills golf course for real estate development (AB)

Council approved the rezoning that will pave the way for a 716-unit housing development on a closed golf course late Monday despite hearing from dozens of Calgarians who voiced their vehement opposition to the plan.  For hours, citizens detailed their concerns with the pitch to rezone the land and redevelop the former Harvest Hills golf course that many said is a beloved 26-hectare green space that acts as the heart of the northeast community.     Read the article……………..


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