Queen Charlotte’s last community plan meeting Wednesday

  • Jun. 8, 2009 11:00 a.m.

Public consultation meetings on Queen Charlotte’s official community plan wrao up Wednesday, with the third and final public meeting. The plan, available at the village office and online at www.queencharlotte.ca in draft form, is a long-range policy guide to steer future growth in the village, and will form the basis for future zoning and land use bylaws. The draft plan is 86 pages long, complete with several maps to make it clearer. It is the product of the village’s Advisory Planning Commission, a group of five volunteers chaired by Clyde Greenough, and has been three years in the works.The final public meeting will be Wednesday June 10, 7:30 pm, at the Eric Ross room in the hall.Residents will have until the end of June to submit their comments in writing.

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