Mayor and council voted unanimously to give Fireweed Collective Society another kick at the can last week.
A bylaw to allow the rezoning of the home the non profit group purchased on Second Avenue passed the first stage, for the second time.
This means the group will once again present to council in a public meeting and give opponents and supporters the opportunity to speak on the the issue.
Council with then decide whether or not to allow the home to become a shelter for women and children fleeing violence.
The public hearing will take place 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at the municipal office.