Public meeting planned over View Royal fence

Proposed extra height the subject of information meeting next Tuesday

A proposed overheight fence at 130 Brunett Rd. in View Royal is the subject of a public meeting at the town hall next Tuesday (April 7) at 7 p.m.

The homeowner is seeking a variance to the maximum allowable fence height to be able to build a 2.5-metre high barrier between their property and the E & N Rail Trail. The current limit is two metres.

Comments on the proposal can be provided at the council meeting.

If you are unable to attend, written comments may be delivered no later than 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday via email to or in person to the  development services department at the town hall, 45 View Royal Ave.

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