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Cidery considered for farming community in Lake Country

The development is proposed for Goldie Road
Conceptual rendering of cidery building proposed for 191 ad 1983 Goldie Road in Lake Country. (Contributed)

An application has been submitted to the District of Lake Country to build a cidery on Goldie Road.

Plans for the two-storey building include a tasting room, outdoor patio and a parking lot.

Council would need to approve a development permit for properties at 1919 and 1983 Goldie Road for the project to proceed.

A staff report notes the properties are identified in the Official Community Plan as agricultural future land use, and are surrounded mainly by agricultural land.

“A proposal for a cidery is encouraged within the farming community by diversifying the economy of the agricultural properties.”

Council will review the application at its July 4 regular meeting.

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Gary Barnes

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