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  • Harbour Vision Central Elgin 18 Sep 2015
    committees 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

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/harbourvisioncen.html (2016-04-26)
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  • Letter Fish Building 29Dec2014
    a federal harbour to the local control of the Municipality of Central Elgin The harbour is being upgraded to attract tourists and so the harbour walk has been landscaped and trim and buildings have been painted Along the landscaped upgraded harbour walkway is the small building that the ministry inspector occupies The ministry fish inspection building is not in keeping with the rest of the area It looks very neglected

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/letterfishbuildi.html (2016-04-26)
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  • Letter D Marr 29Dec2014
    of Central Elgin Dear Mayor Marr In May of 2014 the Port Stanley Village Association offered to contribute 400 towards signage on the Dominion of Canada Building At that time council decided to decline a sign identifying the building because the future use of the building is undetermined We would like to propose an alternative to permanent signage Instead we would like to contribute towards a banner which would help

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/letterdmarr29dec.html (2016-04-26)
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  • Letter D Marr 1Nov 2014
    on with the good work that has already been accomplished for the Port Stanley Harbour and the rest of Central Elgin We are aware that all committees end when the last council s term is completed and so we would like to request that two of those committees be reinstated the Harbour Vision Committee and the Community Groups Committee The Harbour Vision Committee has been an effective tool to align

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/letterdmarr1nov2.html (2016-04-26)
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  • Letter J Preston 25 Nov2013
    are meant to provide We suspect that the level of risk to transient humans and others even without any remediation or risk management is low because a the contaminants that are present are not that hazardous b they are present in low concentrations that do not give rise to material dangers or c they are already isolated under the ground or under artificial structures which create adequate barriers between them and human and other receptors We also suspect that enough or nearly enough scientific assessment has been carried out that all participants have an excellent idea of where the contaminants are which are the hot spots where remediation by removal is the most appropriate approach and what measures if any are appropriate to deal with the remaining areas Finally we are certain that no matter how meticulously the formal procedure is complied with areas of uncertainty will remain and will ultimately have to be resolved by negotiation rather than by strict application of science procedure or the law For all of these reasons we ask that a negotiated solution to any remaining obstacles following the completion of the DCS Report be implemented as soon as it is practical to do that In fact we do not merely ask we insist on this Given that we have neither the information nor the expertise to dictate any specifics let me just give you an idea of the approach we envisage The discussions would be conducted after the submission of the DCS Report in the spring and as soon as the MoE has completed its review i e no later than 22 weeks from the time when the DCS Report is submitted to the MoE Canada would propose to the MoE and Central Elgin how it will proceed during the latter part of 2014 or early in 2015 with the minimum amount of remediation that Canada is required to carry out in order to satisfy the minimal MoE standards as set out in the DCS Report Similarly and on the same timetable Canada would also propose how it will deal with the remainder of the properties by risk management and monitoring techniques that are suitable to satisfy MoE standards for the use of the east headland berm as a park and the west harbour lands to be used as they are now walking trails and other public uses The risk management components would be carried out in lock step with Central Elgin s timetable for developing the park which would be ready for use by the public by the end of 2015 In the course of this Central Elgin would produce a plan including specific locations for ancillary buildings it wishes to include in the park on the berm and the parties would negotiate specific measures to ensure that the extra costs which we understand would not be prohibitive to erect those structures are covered by Canada Canada would as agreed in the divestiture agreements be responsible for ongoing monitoring and would carry

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/letterjpreston25.html (2016-04-26)
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  • PSVA_Prespa_2
    dwellings along Edith Cavell Boulevard do successfully reflect the traditional character and scale of the Village as shown below as does the recently proposed four storey condominium proposal on the east side of the harbour next to the former Wharf Restaurant endorsed by the Municipality Almost all have pitched roofs siding with windows trimmed out in contrasting colour and decorative elements such as railings and eave trim added Streetscapes Greenspace

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/psva_prespa_2.html (2016-04-26)
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  • Meeting P2 25Nov2015
    perhaps near to the water to inform boaters The PSVA has received a response from Council that any work on the Memorial will be considered as part of the 2016 budget deliberations along Sunset Rd It is not clear whose property it is on Lloyd will investigate and report to the committee The memorial is on the agenda for next council meeting Dan McNeil said it will probably be accepted and referred to staff for budgeting Andrew was commended for the good report c Silo Update i Linda reported that she wrote a letter to portstanleynews com pointing out that the Central Elgin report on the silo referred to the PSVA in error as part of the proposal but PSVA had not sanctioned the project It was Linda as a private citizen that initiated the proposal to John Kudelka to make the silo a climbing tower In her letter she referred to Heritage Port as a supporter of the project but in fact they never officially support it Linda sent a letter of apology to Heritage Port for the error k Linda Easton conducted the election of directors and thanked the board members who served in 2015 for their hard work She also acknowledged Dave McKee the PSVA s volunteer webmaster for his great work on designing and maintaining the web site Linda listed the following members who have agreed to stand continue as directors and asked for the support of the members attending for their appointment effective immediately Janet Kennedy President Andrew Hibbert Vice President Linda Easton Past President Harry Bishop Treasurer Directors Dave McCarthy Wendy MacMillan Gail Lamb Fred Heintz Doug Chateauneuf Bruce Fox Ron Ball moved the new board be elected Jane Downs seconded it and a majority of the members attending voted in support of the

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/meetingp225nov20.html (2016-04-26)
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  • PSVA_Prespa_3
    have a significant positive impact Suitability of the Site Under the Official Plan a site for medium or high density development must be physically suited to accommodate the proposed development Section 4 2 2 c 2 In this case the proposed site is too small to accommodate the intensity and scale of development being proposed leaving no space for parking for the commercial space and insufficient room for green space and outdoor amenity purposes Access Under the Official Plan a site for medium or high density development must also have direct access to an arterial or collector road maintained to a municipal standard with capacity to accommodate traffic generated from the site Section 4 2 2 c 4 The subject lands do not have direct access for vehicles to an arterial or collector road i e William Street but rather only indirectly through local streets First Street Erie Street through to William Street There is no direct access to and from William Street access to and from Edith Cavell to the new road behind the new homes is provided for emergency purposes only Parking Under the Official Plan a site for medium or high density development must also provide sufficient off street parking facilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Zoning By law Section 4 2 2c 5 Parking is not being provided for the commercial space being proposed in the building other than spaces for employees of the commercial space The bulk of the parking provided by the proposed development is clearly for the use of the occupants of the apartment building and is not easily accessible or available to those patronizing the commercial space This is in spite of the required standard in Central Elgin for commercial uses 1 space per 50m2 which is a

    Original URL path: http://www.psva.ca/psva_prespa_3.html (2016-04-26)
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