Morning North | Feb 26, 2013 | 6:53

Sudbury school approved for conversion to apartments

A public meeting of Greater Sudbury's planning committee had some Lively residents speaking for and against a project that would see the old Jessie Hamilton Public School converted into an apartment building. In the end the planning committee voted to approve the project. We have some audio from that planning committee meeting.

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