Six Nations going after cities for failing to consult on development

Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) wants to go after surrounding municipalities about their development. The Six Nations Consultation and Accommodations Process (CAP Team) came under fire after councillors accused them of not keeping tabs on or consulting about recent developments in the City of Brantford and County of Brant at its Political Liaison meeting on June 26. Councillor Helen Miller said a part of Brantford’s Earl Haig Family Fun Park is currently under construction to add a large apartment building to the city and there are plans to turn Freshco into an apartment building as well, while homes are also slated for Brant Park Conservation area. “Those are darn close to the river. I think Six Nations should be raising big concerns about this. There was no consultation, no nothing…

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