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Prince George neighbourhood thinking about seceding from city

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This rural neighbourhood is thinking about seceding from Prince George. (Google Maps)

Residents of the rural Haldi Road neighbourhood in Prince George are frustrated over plans to open an addictions recovery center in their neighbourhood. Earlier this year, some residents took the city to court for violating its official community plan in rezoning the property to allow it to be built. The judge ruled in their favour, and ordered the city to overturn a zoning amendment for the property. The city is now considering changing the official plan so that the centre can be built. If that happens, resident Jack Nylund says they may try to secede from the city. He spoke with Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener.

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