In the Notice of Public Hearing, the city has set Monday, March 26th at 7PM as the date and time for the Public Hearing, which is designed to seek public comment related to the request for an amendment to the Prince Rupert Zoning Bylaw related to the property at 333 11th Avenue East.
Those who may wish to comment on the plan to adjust the zoning to allow for a supportive recovery home will be able to make their thoughts known to the Council members, prior to their review of the proposal as part of the zoning process.
A copy of the bylaw and relevant background material can be reviewed at City Hall during regular business hours until this Friday at 4:30 PM.
The Public Notice also outlines how the process for next Monday will work:
At the Public Hearing all persons who deem themselves affected by the proposed Bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the Bylaw.
If you cannot attend the Public Hearing, all written submissions (mailed, or electronic) must be received by the City Planner by no later than 12:00 Noon on March 26, 2018. Please mail to City of Prince Rupert, 424 3rd Avenue West Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1L7 or email to email@example.com
The full Notice to the public can be reviewed here.
You can review some of our past notes related to the proposed development below:
March1 -- Supportive Housing facility proposal heads to Public hearing set for March
February 15, 2018 -- City Council passes motion for Housing Agreement with 11th Avenue East Supportive housing proposal
January 9, 2018 -- Supportive Housing proponent schedules information meeting for January 8th
December 8, 2017 -- Supportive Housing proposal for 11th Ave East moves on to consultation phase
December 4, 2017 -- Supportive Housing application for 11th Ave East property up for review at tonight's Council session
The 333 Trinity House Recovery program hosts this website, which outlines what the facility is going to offer to the North Coast.
You can also review the range of Council topics discussed this year by city officials, those notes can be found as part of our Council Discussion page.
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