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East Vancouver neighbors oppose a city zoning change that would allow apartment development

Planned complex bad fit for quiet area, residents say

By , Columbian staff writer
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In east Vancouver, a group of neighbors are opposing a rezone that would bring an apartment building into their community, causing the city and the would-be developer to reconsider the move.

Andrew Chen, 38, is one of the neighbors.

Chen moved to the Fisher’s Landing East neighborhood earlier this year in search of a quiet, calm area after living in large cities in the U.S.

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