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SL OCP Public Hearing

RSSSEGIONAL DISTRICT OF ALBERNICLAYOQUOT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGELECTORAL AREA “D” – Sproat Lake

 

 

SL OCP Public Hearing is scheduled for residents and property owners within Electoral Area “D” will be held in the Sproat Lake Community Hall, 9346 Bomber Base Road, Port Alberni, BC, at 7:00 pm on Thursday, April 3, 2014 to consider the following bylaw:

 

Bylaw P1310 – Sproat Lake Official Community Plan

The purpose of Bylaw P1310 is to repeal the Sproat Lake Official Community Plan Bylaw P1118 and adopt a new Official Community Plan.

Bylaw P1310 contains a statement of objectives and policies respecting future land use for all properties within that portion of Electoral Area “D” (Sproat Lake) as defined in Sproat Lake Map No. 1 Official Community Plan Area which forms part of Schedule “A” of Bylaw P1310.

Objectives and policies are contained under a series of headings including: General Planning; Agricultural Use; Resource Use; Fish Hatchery Use; Industrial Use; Commercial Use; Rural Use; Residential Use; Recreational Residential Use; Comprehensive Development; Community Service Use; Infrastructure; Airport Use; Heritage and Culture; Parks and Recreation Use; Marine Use; and Natural Environment.

All persons who consider their interest in property affected by the proposed bylaw will be given an opportunity to be heard in matters contained in the bylaw.

The Public Hearing for Bylaw P1310 is to be held by the Director for Electoral Area ‘D’, the Alternate Director, or the Chairperson of the Regional Board, as a delegate of the Regional Board. A copy of the Board resolution making this delegation is available for public inspection along with copies of the bylaw as set out in this notice.

Interested persons may inspect the bylaw and relevant background documents at the Regional District of Alberni‐Clayoquot office during normal office hours, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays, from March 19, 2014 to April 3, 2014 inclusive. Any correspondence submitted prior to the Public Hearing should be directed to the undersigned.

Mike Irg, M.C.I.P, Manager of Planning and Development Regional District of Alberni‐Clayoquot
3008 Fifth Avenue
Port Alberni, BC V9Y 2E3

Telephone: (250) 720‐2700 Fax: (250) 723‐1327

Date of Notice: March 19, 2014

SL OCP Public Hearing –PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION

6:00 – 7:00 PM

(before the

Public Hearing)

Sproat Lake Community Hall

9346 Bomber Base Road

All Sproat Lake property owners, residents, and members of the public are invited to attend a public information session prior to the Sproat Lake Official Community Plan (OCP) Public Hearing. This is your opportunity to ask questions and/or get clarification on any aspects of the Sproat Lake OCP before the hearing. ACRD planning staff as well as the consultant working on the OCP will be in attendance to answer questions. Please feel welcome to attend this session!

PLEASE NOTE: This “informal” session is separate from the official public hearing and this does not form part of the Notice of Public Hearing on reverse.

 

About Sproat Lake Community Association

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The Sproat Lake Community Association is governed by a 14 member Board from the community who try to take an active role in current issues and concerns throughout area "D" Sproat Lake in the Alberni Clayoquot Regional District.

The purpose of our society in the 1948 constitution, "to acquire, operate and maintain premises for community purposes; to encourage and foster the growth of community spirit in the Sproat Lake area. To provide social, recreational and athletic facilities for the enjoyment of its members, and to acquire and hold leases, franchises, real and personal property, and do all things necessary or incidental to the forgoing."

A certificate of " Change of Name" was issued for the Sproat Lake Community Association on June 16, 1995 and in November 2005 a referendum was passed through our local government (Alberni Clayoquot Regional District) to allow SLCA Membership fees to be collected along with our regional taxes. This has allowed us to take an active stewardship role on issues such as water testing and keeping records on our water quality.

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