Business View Civil and Municipal | January 2021

159 CIVIL AND MUNICIPAL JANUARY 2021 TOWN OF L INCOLN, ONTAR IO opportunities to bring a GO train station to our community.” Because a large portion of Lincoln’s lands are included within the Greenbelt boundaries and therefore protected from urbanization by the Niagara Escarpment Commission, the Town has had to be more focused, careful, and deliberate with its decisions concerning residential development. “Intensification is really what we’re seeing more of,” says Kirkopoulos. “Land is at a premium everywhere, and Lincoln is no different.” Prudhommes Landing, representing half a mile of Lake Ontario shoreline on 84 acres in Vineland, is Lincoln’s largest development and will be what Kirkopoulos portrays as “a very complete community. It’ll have an employment portion to it. It’ll have a commercial portion to it. But one of the key tenets that Council fought for was to protect as much of the natural environment there as possible. That includes Building & preserving safe roads in Niagara since 1973. Formerly operating as Norjohn Contracting & Paving. Building a sustainable future, together.