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Update - 48A Point St. Mark Drive On April 25 a pre-hearing was held regarding the appeal submitted by Homestead Landholdings.  The outcome of this was a hearing date of April 15-18 and 23-25, 2019 (7 days) has been set for this appeal.  The hearing will be held in Council Chambers at City Hall.  To find more information on the Ontario Municipal Board appeal filed for 48A...

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The City’s Enforcement team saw a great start to the annual move-out in our community. Staff were out in the community on Saturday and Sunday, connecting with residents to educate them about our Yards and Solid Waste bylaws and to ensure that those bylaws are being adhered to. Big thanks to the Enforcement team for your proactive and helpful approach and an excellent display of team work. ...

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It’s a busy time of year with a high volume of move-outs occurring in our community. This weekend (April 21-22) and next weekend (April 28-29) you will see the City’s Licensing and Enforcement staff (responsible for enforcing the Yards and Solid Waste Bylaws) out in neighbourhoods where we typically see the most move-out activity. If you see our staff out, we will have clothing identifying...

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On April 3, I posted a blog about new Provincial legislation (Bill 139) that changes many elements of the Planning Act and the way that planning policies, regulations and applications are processed by the municipality. At last night’s Council Meeting, I presented an Information Report that provided a high level overview of the changes with a focus on the key changes that fundamentally impact...

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As of today, April 3, 2018, the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB), the provincial body that deals with land use planning appeals, has been replaced by the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT). This change in legislation is part of Bill 139, passed by the province. Appeals that are already before the OMB will be subject to the existing rules. Appeals made after April 3 will be subject to the...

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<strong>Paige Agnew</strong>
Paige Agnew
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