Small dwellings for working families not the eco-villain

And other much needed myth debunking in one of our founding members’ article on the Salt Spring Exchange. The article was published yesterday in response to misinformation being spread in the community that the Trustees are prioritizing development over the protection of the environment by passing housing recommendations put forward by the Housing Task Force.

Jason responds directly to the fears that 1) the Trustees don’t care about the environment (not true) 2) our island will attract thousands flooding our shores if we allow small dwellings for working families (unlikely), and 3) small dwellings are being developed in large numbers (they are not, almost the opposite is happening, in fact).

Read here for more detail.

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