Richmond Hill pushes through development without height limit despite public outcry

'It’s no longer a planning issue; it’s abuse of power,' resident John Li says.

Read Richmond Hill Liberal reporter Sheila Wang's article here.

A controversial development plan that has been disputed for years in Richmond Hill got the green light, with an unexpected twist that residents believe makes the plan even worse than feared.

What John Li didn’t expect was the "carefully orchestrated" turn of events in which he says Muench initially rejected the plan to achieve his own goals in the end.

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