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Planner and developer plus a lawyer specializing in planning matters to discus intensification at Chamber of Commerce event.

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September 6, 2016

BURLINGTON, ON

The Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a breakfast meeting at which an exchange of views on intensification and what it means for business in the city. Intensification Matters – How Will Intensification Impact Business?

Has the potential to let the business community see how different developing philosophies impact the kind of communities that cater to the growing demand for residential space in the city.

Vince Molinaro

Vince Molinaro, president of the Molinaro Group.

It should be an interesting discussion with a cast of characters that reveal a lot about where Burlington is with its growth plans and how those plans will be carried forward by the development community and the city’s planning department that is now under significantly different leadership.

Mary Lou Tanner

Mary Lou Tanner, Director of Planning for the city of Burlington.

Mary Lou Tanner, Burlington’s Director of Planning, Vince Molinaro, president of the company that is building a five structure development on Fairview right beside the GO station that will, when completed, will be home to something in the order of 2,000 people.

Lyn Townsend WeirFoulds lawyer

Lyn Townsend, Partner at WeirFoulds LLP,

They will be joined by Lyn Townsend, Lyn Townsend, Partner at WeirFoulds LLP, the law firm that is representing the ADI Development Group that is before the Ontario Municipal Board for hearings related to the controversial 26 storey, Nautique development proposed for the intersection of Martha and Lakeshore Road.

Townsend ran a leading planning law firm that was located in Oakville; that firm was either acquired or absorbed in 2013 into WeirFoulds, one of the premier law firms in the country with a pedigree that goes back more than 150 years.

The panel discussion is a Chamber of Commerce event taking place at the Holiday Inn at 7:30 am on September 15, 2016

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