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Old Posted Nov 10, 2020, 10:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Antigonish View Post
Take Antigonish for example: The town has an enormous amount of potential for sustainable growth. It already has a population density of 2,400/sq mile and is very walkable, with adjacent greenfield land to the west/north to integrate but as far as I'm aware the town+county still does not have a unified regional plan and the zoning is completely fucked because of it.
A lot of small towns around NS have bad planning, with a lackluster town centre area and then sprawl outside. And then there are some towns like Chester or Lunenburg that are very picky about what they allow to the point where most proposals seem to get cancelled.

Truro and the Kentville/Wolfville area seem to be at a happy medium although they both have their sprawl.
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