Montgomery apartment complex project can proceed as planned

About 150 Montgomery area residents showed up at Monday’s city council meeting for one final kick at the cat, an attempt to stop North Ridge Developments from building multi-family dwellings on a 29-acre parcel of land that they own on 11thStreet West.

That effort failed.

Citing concerns for safety and uncertainty about the impact of traffic in the area Montgomery residents asked the city to delay the development of the land until Circle Drive South is completed and the impact of traffic can be determined.

All councillors in attendance, with the exception of Pat Lorje who represents the area voted to allow the project to proceed.

Read: Star Phoenix - Protest fails to halt development

Read: Council meeting minutes

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