ESDO’s demand Ban Single Use Plastic More Biodiversity Loss Outside of Cities Due to Urban Growth Getting tough on air pollution MSC starts bunkering with greener blend of fuel oil as it looks to cut emissions Farm forests deliver many benefits Five dead and eight missing after New Zealand volcano erupts Colgate’s New Bamboo Toothbrush Is A Sign That Tides Are Changing Temperature drops below 10C at Panchagarh Dead Whale, 220 Pounds of Debris Inside, Is a ‘Grim Reminder’ of Ocean Trash Brick kilns torn down to fight toxic smog

Egan: After $700,000 spent on dream home, wetlands freeze leaves them high and dry


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)

In 2017, they built their dream home, on a seemingly ideal country lot — 3.6 acres ringed by trees, with a pond and wetland at the rear, where the deer and the waterfowl played. They moved into the 2,000 sq.-ft. home on the outskirts of Carp, off Richardson Side Road, on Aug. 31 that year. Only a month later, on Oct. 1 — with the paint barely dry — the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority enacted new regulations covering smaller wetlands, anything larger than 1.2 acres, rules that came with significant land-use limitations.Their dream property, a $700,000 investment, was now in handcuffs. Yet they were in the dark. Lianne White and John Robinson say they were never informed of the impending restrictions, not by the city of Ottawa that approved the subdivision and provided the building permit, not by the real estate agent or lawyer, not by the building inspector or builder, not by the MVCA.

Read More:

Posted by on Sep 19 2019. Filed under Water & Wetland. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Polls

Which Country is most Beautifull?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...