Donnelly Law Client Takes Action Against Minister's Zoning Order

By Matthew Strader News Reporter, Caledon Enterprise

Published on  Monday August 5, 2013


Another group of local residents is looking to take legal action after a Minister’s Zoning Order was given to allow construction for a 180-acre Canadian Tire distribution warehouse in Bolton.

MPP for Brampton Springdale Linda Jeffrey granted a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) on July 18 for the development as requested by Caledon’s council after they approved the application earlier in the month.


On July 24, David Donnelly, of Donnelly Law Barrister and Solicitor, submitted a letter to Minister Jeffrey advising her that he was retained by Palgrave resident Henry Corradini, and he has the support of five other Caledon residents and their families.

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