Mountain View County is proposing changes to the Land Use Bylaw.
The recommended changes to the Land Use Bylaw are intended to provide consistency and clarification between the two additional Bylaw amendments referenced in the Dog Control Bylaw and Animal Control Bylaw.
There will be a Public Hearing for Bylaw No. 11/19 amending the Land Use Bylaw on Wednesday June 12, 2019 at or after 9 am, held in Council Chambers at the Mountain View County Office.
Any persons commenting at the Public Hearing date listed above shall state their name, location of residence and whom they represent. Any person(s) affected by Bylaw No. 11/19 who wishes to address Council on the above mentioned matters, may do so for a period of five minutes. Only one presentation per person or group is allowed.
Mountain View County residents may view the proposed Bylaw No. 11/19 at the County Planning and Development Department located at the County Office; or view them at this Link to Proposed LUB Amendments, or contact the County office at 403-335-3311 for a copy to be mailed or emailed out to you.
The proposed amendments to the Dog Control Bylaw and Animal Control Bylaw (both of which received second reading) are available in This Link to the June 12th Agenda. The proposed amendments to the Dog Control Bylaw begin on page 119, and the proposed amendments to the Animal Control Bylaw begin on page 158.
It is important to note that the public hearing on June 12 is regarding the proposed changes to the Land Use Bylaw as noted above.
Comments for the proposed Bylaws will be received by Jessica Ross at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those written submissions received by the comment deadline will be included in the Agenda for Council. Written submissions received after the comment deadline of 9 a.m., on Monday, June 10, 2019 will be copied and presented to Council at the Public Hearing. Council will, at their discretion, consider and pass a motion if they accept the information received after the comment deadline. Any person who wishes to address Council may do so at the Public Hearing.