It looks like the motocross track proposed for Tweed will not get underway any time soon despite winning a recent Ontario Municipal Board decision.
Tweed residents had objected about the noise related to a proposed motocross track on Hungerford Road in Tweed.
Motocross spokesperson Paula Cassidy tells Quinte News planning for the new track will have to wait until this winter.
Cassidy says they will work with the Hastings County planner on final noise study issues.
Cassidy says it’s not clear whether or not the track would open in 2017 or 2018.
Following the OMB hearing earlier this summer, Hastings County Planner Justin Harrow told Quinte News the owners Paul and Paula Cassidy still have to have a detailed acoustical assessment done on the property on Old Hungerford Road.
Harrow said the Holding provision on the zoning would not be removed until the requirements are met.
These include a buffer zone, “a 100 metre setback with vegetation” will have to be established on the property.