Reeve Upham declared the Public Hearing open at 2:17 p.m. with all members of Council present.
Council was informed that the Public Hearing was advertised in accordance with section 606 of the M.G.A.
Krystle Fedoretz, Planning and Development Officer, informed those in attendance that the purpose of the public hearing is to discuss Bylaw No. 1567, which is a bylaw to amend Section 2.3 of the Land Use Bylaw as it relates to Developments not Requiring a Development Permit.
A written Submission from Robert Tomlinson dated April 11, 2011 was read aloud to Council. Mr. Tomlinson spoke in opposition to Bylaw No. 1567. After reading the submission, Krystle Fedoretz provided a copy for the record.
Yvonne Tomlinson, Division 4, spoke in opposition to the proposed amendment to the Land Use Bylaw. She feels that administration made a mistake. Transfer stations have been developed since 2001 and the ones in Division 4 have not been developed in accordance with the EPAA Act. Has concerns with waste bins in ditches, on a curve, on an approach. Requested waste management system according to provincial acts. It is the County's responsibility to adhere to Provincial acts and regulations.
There was no one present to speak in favor of proposed bylaw.
Reeve Upham declared the public hearing closed at 2:30 p.m.