Sidney has limited space, there is only so much land to build on. Currently, certain areas of Sidney are rapidly densifying without adequate infrastructure to support the population. At some point we must say “enough” and slow the rate of growth. There must be equitable access to housing for young families, renters, and decent transportation other than cars to allow people to get in and out of the Town. I doubt that anyone has looked at what sustainable growth is for the Town; it would be best to have a balance that maintains livability, with adequate infrastructure, and maintains the character of a small town. Sidney is in danger of becoming a suburb of Greater Vancouver with the current rapid densification, and will lose the character that attracts people here in the first place. As one wise friend said to me, people come here because they love the place, and then they change it so it’s not recognizable. I don’t see that anyone has a described a true “vision” of where Sidney will be in 40 years.