Morning North | May 8, 2013 | 5:09

Compromise makes Sudbury development possible

Sudbury developer Dalron and The Friends of Bennett Lake have reached a compromise on the 15 homes the company plans to build in the city's south end. The compromise involves diverting storm water from Bennett Lake and a popular trail system in the area.

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