Hornby Island Local Trust Committee Latest News
February 2019 | Hornby Island Water Sustainability Community Workshop
A water sustainability workshop will be held on February 2, 2019 from 2-4pm at New Horizons, 1765 Sollans Road. Everyone is welcome to attend to hear a presentation by William Shulba, Islands Trust Senior Freshwater Specialist and to discuss challenges and opportunities to achieving water sustainability on Hornby Island.
January 2019 | 2019 Hornby Island LTC Meeting Schedule
View the UPDATED 2019 Hornby Island Local Trust Committee business meeting schedule here.
July 2018 | Denman Island and Hornby Island Local Trust Committee Inter-governmental meetings with K’ómoks First Nation
At the invitation of the K’ómoks First Nation, the Denman Island and Hornby Island Local Trust Committees (along with some Islands Trust staff) attended a series of three inter-governmental meetings at the K’ómoks First Nation office.
The meetings were held on February 20, March 19, and June 11-12, and aimed to facilitate building stronger inter-governmental relationships between the K’ómoks First Nation and the Islands Trust (and other local governments in the area).
Following the conclusion of the meeting series, the Denman Island and Hornby Island Local Trust Committees shared their thoughts from the meetings with the K’ómoks First Nation. These reflections are available here.
May 2018 | Enforcement of Vacation Home Rentals
As part of the new “Vacation Home Rental Community Education and Bylaw Compliance Campaign” project, the Hornby Island Local Trust Committee passed a new Standing Resolution at their April 27, 2018 regular business meeting, regarding the enforcement of VHRs on Hornby Island:
It was MOVED and SECONDED,
that the Hornby Island Local Trust Committee adopt the following Standing Resolution:
“That the Hornby Island Local Trust Committee suspend enforcement actions against unlawful Vacation Home Rentals until January 1, 2019 except where there are issues of health, safety or environmental impact”.
A list of Standing Resolutions in effect to date, can be found on our website here. The short-term suspension of bylaw enforcement action via this Standing Resolution, is intended to allow for the community education and communication aspects of this phase of the VHR project to commence, and to provide adequate time for voluntary compliance without the immediate risk of enforcement.