As highlighted in The Spec's coverage (see it here or purchase the print copy), some speculate that the change in approach is predicated on a belief that the city will lose an upcoming OMB hearing if they stuck to a radial separation by-law, as a rationale for not allowing the move to Augusta St..
City staff say that upon closer examination, they concluded the new designation to be more appropriate.
But Clr. Clark's not buying it and had raised concerns over this late in coming switch in rationale. See the full story here.
Do you think the city is being too crafty with the anticipation that a radial separation rationale will be weak, or do you accept that the new designation was made after considering further detail related to Lynwood's offerings. Are you buying it?