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Mayne Island LTC 2017 News

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November 27, 2017 | Business Meeting Cancelled

The LTC has cancelled this regular business meeting.  The next business meeting will be January 29, 2018. 

October 30, 2017 | Next LTC Meeting

The local trust committee is holding a Community Information Meeting on its Commercial Land Use Review.    If you haven't already done so, consider becoming an email subscriber to the local trust committee meeting announcements.  You will receive email notification in advance of the meeting with quick links to the agenda packages.

June 26, 2017 | LTC Meeting Highlights 

The Local Trust Committee issued a development variance permit (MA-DVP-2017.2 Watson) for the siting of a dwelling.   A community information meeting regarding a temporary use permit (TUP) for the Campbell Bay Music Festival (MA-TUP-2017.1) was held.  The LTC also issued a TUP renewal for the Mayne Island Resort dock (MA-TUP-2017.2) and endorsed recommendations regarding two bylaw enforcement policies as well as approving the 2016-2017 annual report.

June 2, 2017 | Our groundwater, our responsibility – workshop coming to your island

Join Islands Trust and partners for a free workshop on wells and their impacts on groundwater.  Find out the details of a workshop near you. 

March 27, 2017 | LTC Meeting Update

The Mayne Local Trust Committee primarily discussed the implementation of the Riparian Area Regulation (RAR). A report was prepared by a Qualified Environment Professional from Madrone Environmental Services regarding RAR applicable streams on Mayne Island.  Staff was directed to prepare draft bylaws to implement the RAR for the LTCs consideration.

 January 30, 2017 | LTC Meeting Update

The Mayne LTC met on January 30, 2017 for its 1st business meeting of the year.  Two development applications were considered; MA-DVP-2016.1 a reduced  variance for a deck in the setback from the sea was issued, and MA-TUP-2016.3 was issued to allow the gas station to have two new permitted uses: office use and personal service use.  Bylaw enforcement on Mayne island was discussed with the Manager of Bylaw enforcement Miles Drew present.  Fioana MacRaild, Senior Intergovernmental Policy Advisor, Marine and First Nations Issues gave a First Nations presentation. 

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