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Charlottetown city council voted for a temporary use variance for the Community Outreach Centre Monday night, allowing a move to Park Street, but the province will have to meet some conditions.

Council voted 6-5, during a special council meeting, with Mayor Philip Brown breaking a tie. The province will have to meet some conditions.

The plan is to run the centre out of two connected modular units along the southwestern portion of the property that currently holds the emergency shelter.

“It’s a temporary variance which means it is for one year, 12 months, 365 days. And we will be watching it closely,” said Brown.

Charlottetown Mayor Philip Brown says he was happy about how compassionately council spoke about the issues concerning the outreach centre. (Tony Davis/CBC)

“I looked at some of the positives, the shortcoming and the neutral areas. And the neutrals and the positives outweighed the shortcomings.”

Brown said …

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