Reeve Upham called the public hearing to order at 10:37 a.m. to discuss Bylaw No, 2013-10, Municipal Development Plan.
Three members of the public were in attendance along with Albert Rachynski, Surveyor and Dave Dittrick, Consultant.
Krystle Fedoretz, Planning and Development, informed Council that the public hearing has been advertised in accordance with section 606 of the M.G.A.
Krystle Fedoretz then informed Council that the purpose the public hearing is to discuss Bylaw No. 2013-10, Municipal Development Plan. She also informed Council that there are no written submissions either for or against the proposed bylaw.
Albert Rachynski spoke against the proposed maximum allowable size of a subdivision which would be 5 acres - with the setbacks as there is no room to accommodate a pump out for a septic system.
Council agreed to change the maximum parcel size for subdivison of land to 10 acres.
He also requested clarification on the fire smart requirements. Krystle Fedoretz advised that the reuirements will help to prevent another Slave Lake situation and the deal more with the surroundings, not the development.
Barb Maile/ Velma Hudson
Pge. 9 - Commercial/Industrial Development - controlled by County Council. She requested clarification on non permitted buildings and whether this applies to existing businesses.
Barb Maile - Requested what happens if you have delinquent people who are not following the rules, how does Council make them comply? Krystle Fedoretz informed them of the process that the County is putting in place with respect to stop work orders.
Reeve Upham declared the Public Hearing closed at 10:55 a.m.