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  • Meeting 27Mar2014
    approval 3 Shoreline Walk No new Information The MPP who sponsored the bill has stepped down 4 Spring Clean Up PSVA will partner with the school for this clean up Awaiting a date 5 HCD Proposal On Hold 6 Correspondence Re Stench from Tanks It was agreed by other directors and members that there is a smell Nigel forwarded an email for people to send complaints and concerns to or 7 Town Signage Agreed by directors and members to give BIA 250 for signage but to also have Andrew submits his drawings to them Linda will send a letter to the BIA New Business Dance at School Nigel wants to use the school gym for dance lessons Nigel approached the school and is looking into the insurance It was voted that PSVA will support Nigel in this He will find out if it is cheaper to use board insurance or be covered under the PSVA insurance Dan McNeil s Report To PSVA Dan reported on the latest meeting of the Habour VisionCommittee Berm Work will hopefully start in 2016 The present environmental report will not be completed by the deadline but must be submitted to the MOE and so another

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  • Meeting 20Feb2014
    Harry Bishop Mary Eccles Margo Karda Members Cynthia DeWitt Mike Karda 1 Treasurer s report Harry Bishop was absent 2 Presidency E ric Salin is now chair of the BIA It was decided that Linda Easton would return as president until August with Joe Fournier as vice president and Darcy Taylor as secretary 3 Heritage District Various opinions were expressed on the progress of the HDC 4 Harbour Vision Committee

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/meeting20feb2014.html (2016-04-26)
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  • Meeting 19Dec2013
    back beach area only A dog free zone is recommended to avoid main beach areas Lambton Shores pets allowed on back beach and boardwalk but not allowed between 8 AM and 8 PM from May 15 and September 15 At all other times dogs must be leashed South Bruce Peninsula No dogs on Blue Flag beach from May 15 to September 15 between 9 AM and 6 PM Bluewater Dogs are allowed on beach but must be leashed at all times Pet waste stations are available Kincardine Dogs are allowed on all beaches including the Blue Flag beach so long as they are leashed No policy has been established by Central Elgin yet Their letter will be posted on the PSVA website Response to Joe Preston s letter Nigel Howcroft s letter requesting information on the lack of progress on the harbour was answered by a non committal letter from MP Joe Preston He did though refer to a public meeting to be held in the new year It was decided to wait for the public meeting before any other action is taken Facebook Page The present page is very cluttered Eric will create a business Facebook page to control the information better It is a website address Skating Rink Businesses have contributed 800 300 of wood has been purchased The legion is covering the rink under its insurance Mackinnon Electric is installing electrical outlets Woody s is providing a boom truck Karl at Home Hardware is donating a rink form Families have been asked to provide hay bales Shovels have been donated It was agreed to provide 200 for lights Proposed by Dave McCarthy and seconded by Rowena Williams Prespa Rowena reported that the construction on George St has been approved by environmental impact Two more units are to

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  • Meeting 21Nov2013
    environmental assessment the Engineers report concerning the west breakwater the Harbour Vision Committee and the performance of the divestiture fund On the environmental assessment the PSVS plans to embark on a campaign to bring the issue to the forefront and advocates a negotiated solution to any issues that remain following the submission of DCS report in the spring The Wolsey Parsons report has not been released to the public The HVC has not met since June The divestiture fund has grown to 14 5 million as of May Nigel s notes of his presentation are available upon request b Heritage Conservation District Nigel Howcroft reported that the steering committee established by council met in October and plans to scale back the HCD concept so that its boundaries extend only to core areas of the village on the east side and so that the substantive provisions of the HCD are flexible rather than strict Nigel s notes of his presentation are available on request c Active projects Eric 4 Nominations for and election of President other officers and directors Janet Returning directors re elected Eric Salin President Joe Fournier Vice President Harry Bishop Treasurer Nigel Howcroft Linda Easton Mary Eccles Janet

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  • PSVA_Prespa_1
    for Central Elgin Official Plan for Central Elgin Under the Planning Act any amendment to the Zoning By law adopted by Council or on appeal approved by the Ontario Municipal Board must conform to the Official Plan in effect In this instance that means the Official Plan of the Municipality of Central Elgin the Official Plan adopted by Council on February 21 2012 and approved in 2013 and the Official Plan of the County of Elgin Community Design Section 2 10 3 of the Official Plan has particular application and relevance to the proposed development This section is new to planning in the Village of Port Stanley having no counterpart in the former Official Plan of the Village that was repealed when the new Central Elgin Official Plan came into effect in 2013 It reflects the strong desire of the community and Council to ensure that new development is in keeping with the traditional character of the Village It states as follows Through the review of development applications Central Elgin will ensure that new development is designed in keeping with the traditional character of the Settlement Areas in a manner that both preserves their traditional community image and enhances their sense of place within Central Elgin Section 2 10 3 1 b Community Design Policies Character and Density As the following photographs illustrate the traditional character of the Village of Port Stanley is defined largely by its built form The Village is almost entirely comprised of wood frame cottages many converted to year round occupancy and conventional single family dwellings The height of existing non residential buildings does not exceed 3 5 stories and residential dwellings seldom more than 2 5 stories Most buildings are clad in wood or similar looking vinyl aluminum or manufactured products with pitched roofs Many

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  • Zoning ByLaw Process Candy Hayward
    publishing the notice in a newspaper that has sufficient circulation in the area in which the subject property is located Notice is also provided to persons public bodies prescribed by the Planning Act regulations The Municipality of Central Elgin circulates notice in accordance with i above as well as by publishing the notice in the CE Buzz The application and all supporting documentation is also made available to the public for viewing at the Municipal office the Planning office and on the Municipal website The purpose of the public meeting is to afford any person or public body that attends an opportunity to make representation either written or oral either in support of or in opposition to the proposed zoning bylaw amendment Council will make a decision on the proposed amendment at some point after the public meeting That decision is almost never made the night of the public meeting If there are no issues raised at the public meeting then the proposed by law typically appears on the agenda for the next Council meeting If there are issues raised the matter is usually referred back to staff to detennine if the issues can be resolved Discussion on the issues can involve any combination of the applicant staff Council the Municipality s solicitor outside agency staff and members of the public that raised the issues Supplementary staff reports are provided to Council to update as to the status of negotiations and recommendations on any changes If a resolve can be made that includes changes to the proposed amendment Council must decide if those changes are minor or not If Council feels the changes are minor they can then proceed to make their decision with no further public notice If Council feels the changes are not minor then a further public meeting would be required so that the public can be made aware of the changes The Planning Act states that if Council does not make a decision on the proposed amendment within 120 days from the time that the application was considered complete the applicant may appeal to the 0MB Technically Council can take as long as it wants to make its decision The 120 days is only the trigger point at which the applicant could appeal if no decision has been made Council s decision on the proposed amendment will be made by a vote of Council They may or may not request a recorded vote on the matter so that the minutes reflect how each member voted Notice of Council s decision is then provided as follows If Council refuses to approve the amendment the Notice of Refusal is sent to i The applicant ii Any person or public body that requested in writing to be notified of Council s decision and iii Persons or public bodies prescribed in the regulations of the Planning Act If Council approves the amendment the Notice of Approval is provided as follows i Publishing the notice in a newspaper that has sufficient

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  • Letter Highway 401 Sign
    Our member Bruce Fox completed a report on the situation and I have contacted the Corridor Management Division of the MTO Kevin Smut of the Traffic Department has gathered information for us We know that the 401 and Wellington Road sign would be too costly to arrange but because of the construction happening on Highway 4 it would be possible for council to request a change in signage at 401

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  • Port Stanley west breakwater 18 Sept 2015
    that had been in existence during the last council At that time PSVA was assured that the Harbour Vision Committee would be reinstated when the new council took its position Since then we have heard nothing about the Harbour Vision Committee and wonder what the intention of council is Many of the recommendations of the earlier committee have been put in place but now the future of the harbour is

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