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SHEDIAC, New Brunswick — Plans for a large campground in Shediac have been scaled down to avoid wetlands as the designs continue through a provincial environmental impact assessment.
A conceptual plan posted online this month in response to the ongoing environmental assessment shows the site with 542 serviced campsites, a drop from up to 700 sites previously proposed.
“Based on public consultation efforts and environmental sensitivities identified, it is unlikely that 700 sites will be built,” one document posted as part of the assessment process says.
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