The Ontario Municipal Board has ruled against the county and the province in an appeal for a residential condo development on agricultural land near Paris.
What does OMB stand for?
OMB stands for Ontario Municipal Board (Government of Ontario)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
This article examines the pivotal role played by the unelected Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) in the opposition to the Spadina Expressway, from initial proposals in 1963 to the expressway's 1971 cancellation by the provincial government.
Time and money have been tied up in numerous appeals to the Ontario Municipal Boards.
Last week, the Jesuits were taking their fight to the Ontario Municipal Board, where they hoped to finally beat Wal-Mart back.
The proposed changes now must be approved by the Ontario Municipal Board, which is to begin hearings Aug.
gave background information on the subdivision planning approvals for both the Riverview Highlands and Edgar subdivisions, noting that both of these approvals had been appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board by Activa with regard to water supply.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Town of Wawa, an open-pit miner and a group of conservation-minded residents are waiting on the Ontario Municipal Board to render a verdict on a controversial trap rock quarry on Lake Superior.