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Scott HardwickScott Hardwick
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Good Morning Keith,

Brantford has a Site Plan Control Approval agreement between the developer and city prior to building permit being issued.

7.9.g of our agreement reads “When public hydrants are located on the opposite side of a multi-lane(4 or more) street, a private hydrant will be required”. (on the side of the development)

if it was not for this agreement we would never get the hydrant.

Scott Hardwick