The latest chapter in the ongoing Capital Pointe Saga could soon be coming to a close.
Westgate Properties is appealing the City of Regina’s order to backfill the hole located at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street.
Lawyers representing the city and Westgate presented their arguments and each had experts take the stand to prove their points.
The City of Regina is arguing the hole is unstable and needs to be filled in due to safety concerns.
Lawyers representing Westgate, who own the Capital Pointe site, argued there has been minimal movement within the site and that remedial work done helps stabilized the problem area.
The Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board is expected to have a decision within 30 days.