Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Public Hearing in February next step for proposed 11th Avenue Supportive Recovery house

The proponents of the Trinity Recovery House for Men a proposed supportive housing facility on the 300 block of 11th Avenue East are on to the next phase of their application with the City of Prince Rupert, having hosted a community information meeting on January 19th at the Crest Hotel.

The public info session provided an opportunity for those from the immediate area to review the proposed project and ask questions or explore concerns that they may have related to the re-purposing of the home on the city's east side.

Among some of the areas of interest reviewed at the information session was the plan to have an on site manager in place on a twenty four hour basis and a look at some of the rules that will be in place for those taking the Recover program at the facility.

A Public Hearing is next up for a proposed Supportive
Housing Recovery facility on 11th Avenue East

(photo from City of Prince Rupert Agenda package)

The next opportunity for the public to speak to the development will come next month when City Council hosts a Public Hearing on the application for a change in zoning for the facility, the date for the Hearing has not as of yet been announced by the City.

Once listed on the City website, we will add the Hearing and associated notes related to it to our Public Hearing Archive page.

Those with an interest in what the Trinity Recovery House project is all about can learn more about how the program will work here.

Some past notes on its path through the City Council process can be found below:

January 9 -- Supportive Housing proponent schedules information meeting for January 18th
December 8 -- Supportive Housing proposal for 11th Ave East moves on to consultation phase
December 4 -- Supportive Housing Application for 11th Avenue property up for review at tonight's Council session

More items of interest related to City Council discussions can be examined from our archive page.

Notes on Housing issues in the Northwest can be reviewed from our Housing archive.

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