Notice of Public Hearing for Bylaw B319/17
How does a Public Hearing work?
A public hearing is a process regulated by the Municipal Government Act and the municipality must follow the regulations. It allows interested parties, and any other persons who may be affected by the result of a decision or action, have the opportunity to make submissions, ask questions or register objections to a redistricting application to the County Land Use Bylaw.
The only concerns that Council can take into consideration from residents are issues that are directly related to the boundary adjustment redistricting application.
Each respondent has five minutes to speak about the redistricting application and how it will affect them directly or indirectly. This is an opportunity to express their opinions regarding how the redistricting may impact their future situation.
To ensure that everyone has an opportunity to be heard, please keep submissions (oral or written) clear, concise, and directly related to the topic at hand.
Public Hearing for Bylaw B319/17 Information
Pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, being Chapter M-26 of the Statutes of Alberta, notice is hereby given that the Council of Northern Sunrise County will hold a public hearing prior to the second reading of Bylaw No. 319/17 for an amendment to the Northern Sunrise County Land Use Bylaw B275/15.
Amendment of the Northern Sunrise County Land Use Bylaw B275/15,that approximately 197.41 acres in S-28-84-21-W5M as shown in blue be redesignated from Environmental Park Reserve District (EPR) to Natural Resource Industrial District (NRM).
The Public Hearing is to be held on November 7, 2017 at 5:00 pm in the Council Chambers at the Northern Sunrise County office. Information regarding these amendments to the proposed bylaw may be viewed at the Northern Sunrise County office during regular work hours, Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 4:30pm. Please forward written submissions to the Development Officer no later than noon on Friday November 3, 2017. If you have any questions regarding the hearing please call the County office at (780) 624-0013.