Brock council negotiating with Province over purchase of Port Bolster land
Brock Township appears to be moving forward with negotiations to purchase the 10-acre piece of property adjacent to the Port Bolster Soccer Fields.
Once used as a residential treatment facility by Chimo Youth and Family Services, the land is now owned by the provincial government. At Monday’s (July 31) meeting, members of council discussed a confidential report that outlined the process to date and passed a motion calling for staff to exercise “due diligence” as negotiations proceed.
“It’s a great piece of property,” said Mayor John Grant in an interview following the meeting.
“Things are progressing.”