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Ruxton Private Moorage & Community Docks Review

Ruxton Community Survey

THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED, THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK!

The Thetis Island Local Trust Committee is seeking public input on the topics of private moorage structures and community docks on Ruxton Island. The purpose of this community survey is to obtain public feedback from the Ruxton community about preliminary options for regulating private moorage structures and allowing community docks.

 The survey is available in two ways:

  1. As a .pdf for you to print, complete, and return to us:
    Ruxton Private Moorage Structures & Community Dock Survey or

  2. As an online response, through Survey Monkey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Ruxton_Moorage_Docks

Note: The survey will be in circulation Thursday, September 7, 2017 – Thursday, September 28, 2017.

Results of the survey will be analyzed and then shared publicly at the regular LTC business meeting on Tuesday, October 17 2017.

The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete, and completed surveys will be received until 4 pm on Thursday, September 28, 2017.

Thank you in advance for sharing your feedback. Completed paper surveys can be returned to any of the following:

Trustee Peter Luckham
pluckham@islandstrust.bc.ca
250-246-4802

Trustee Ken Hunter
khunter@islandstrust.bc.ca
250-246-9909

Islands Trust Northern Office
700 North Road, Gabriola, BC V0R 1X3
thetisplanner@islandstrust.bc.ca
Fax: 250-247-7514

 

Project Information

At the regular business meeting on June 27, 2017, the Thetis Island Local Trust Committee (LTC) endorsed a project charter for the Ruxton Island Private Moorage Structures & Community Docks Targeted Review Project.

The purpose of this project is to address ambiguities in the Thetis Associated Islands Land Use Bylaw (LUB) regarding private moorage structures on Ruxton Island and to review regulation to allow community docks on Ruxton Island. The LTC became aware that Thetis Associated Islands Land Use Bylaw No. 94 (LUB) unintentionally allows some private moorage related structures on Ruxton Island that were otherwise thought to be prohibited by the LUB.  The LTC identified this as a top priority — to amend the Thetis Associated Islands Land Use Bylaw regarding private moorage related structures on Ruxton Island. Additionally, the LTC widened the scope to include the review of community docks on Ruxton Island.

Staff Reports and Presentations

Background Information

Page last updated: 29/09/17
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