Public hearing date changed for Hatzic Bench proposal

Local developers are planning to build single family homes on two lots located at 8455 and 8502 McTaggart Street.

  • Apr. 18, 2015 2:00 p.m.

A public hearing on a proposal to build up about 60 lots in Hatzic Bench has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 29 at 7 p.m. The meeting will take place at Hatzic Secondary School, 34800 Dewdney Trunk Road.

According to the District of Mission website, there was a conflict at the school with the original date.

No other activities will be taking place at the school during the public hearing.

Local developers are planning to build single family homes on two lots located at 8455 and 8502 McTaggart Street. The two properties are close to 14 acres combined and would fill in an already established residential neighbourhood.

For more information about the proposed development or the public hearing, call Tina Penney at 604-820-3706 or email


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