Bylaw No. 1607 is being presented to Council to Amend Lac Sante Area Structure Plan Bylaw No. 1542 as it relates to rezoning SW 22-56-11-W4 from Rural Conservation to Recreational/Residential. The owners wants to develop the land for families and family friends and wants to attract good business to surrounding communities.
After first reading, the Bylaw must be advertised according to Section 606 of the M.G.A. and a public hearing held according to Section 230 of the M.G.A.
The adjacent landowners will also be notified of the proposed rezoning.
Council will require documentation regarding the impact of proposed development on Lac Sante and/or Lac Poitras. Council shall also consider the impact of the development of those lands within the Plan area which may have already been approved for development, but which might not yet have been sold, leased, or developed. The proponent of the amendment shall be responsible for providing an Environmental Assessment prepared by a registered professional biologist with the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists in the Province of Alberta showing no greater than a 30% net impact for the proposed subdivision. The proponent of the amendment shall also be responsible for providing an Environmental Code of Conduct to insure the 30% net impact is maintained. The Environmental Code of Conduct shall be adopted by Bylaw for the proposed subdivision and be followed by all landowners within the subdivision. (As per the ASP).