Friday, December 30, 2022

Port Edward District Council to start 2023 off with some public hearings

Residents of the District of Port Edward will have an opportunity to speak towards some land topics at the first Council session of 2023, with the District set to host a Public hearing towards two recent Public Notices.

The Public Hearings are both scheduled for Tuesday, January 10th at 6 PM in the Council Chambers.

Map of area of note from BC Assessment

One of the two items up for discussion is towards a plan to amend zoning for a property Alder and Pacific, the District to seek a change from Single Family, to to Multiple Family Development in order to accommodate development.

The area of note can be explored further by using the PID number of 012-439-282

Map of area of note from BC Assessment

The second of the land themes to be addressed on January 10th is a trio of lots along Spruce Avenue, which the District is looking to re-zone as Tourist Commercial in order to accommodate development.

The properties are currently listed as Single Family Residential and Multi Family Residential.

The area of note can be explored further by using the PID numbers of 008-744-912, 008-744-882 and 007-759-941

You can access all of the PID locations through the BC Assessment map program

Copies of all relevant documentation related to both zoning themes is available for review at the District Office during office hours, Monday through Friday until Monday January 9th.

At the Public Hearing on the 10th of January, all those who deem themselves affected by the proposed bylaws shall be offered a reasonable opportunity to be heard.

If residents cannot attend the public hearing session, they can submit their comments or concerns in writing to the District of Port Edward, attention of Polly Pereira. 

The address is 700 Pacific Avenue or by mail to Box 1100, Port Edward, BC V0V 1GO.

Those wishing to submit by email can do so at: 

Deadline for any submissions is January 9, 2023

Further background from the District on the two Public Hearings can be reviewed from the Port Edward website.

More notes on Port Edward Council themes is available from our archive page.

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