The next reading of the draft Shoreline Preservation bylaw will be at the May 19, 2021 Council Meeting. This will allow for all the public comments received up to April 30, 2021 to be included as part of the report. According to Mayor Bodnar there will be NO public meetings held regarding this issue because of COVID.
Ontario’s earlier consultations and ongoing negotiations with the AOO have resulted in some changes to the package of Crown lands proposed for future transfer to the AOO.
Here follows info about draft amendments to the HH Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw No. 2004-035 as presented to Council by our Planning Department
The Chippawa Shores development meeting on Oct 15 was well presented and provided information that proactively answered a lot of questions.
A subdivision and condominium development is proposed for 190 acres which borders Madawaska River, Green Lake and Labrador Lake. A total of 54 lots with seven shared elements are proposed.
The Municipality of Hastings Highlands has now reached an Automatic Aid Agreement with the Township of Madawaska Valley effective immediately. The Madawaska Valley Fire Department is prepared to provide fire suppression namely, exterior structural fire suppression, vehicle and grass/brush fires to a defined area in the geographic township of Bangor in which you own property.
Any member that wishes to express their support to keep the ward system, but unable to attend the scheduled OMB hearing on the matter on Nov. 7 and Nov. 8 can now do so. Please take note of the information below released by the OMB Arbitrator regarding phoning in on the day of the hearing.
Please be advised that various roads in Hastings Highlands have been affected by the heavy rainfall. Lake St. Peter Rd. remains closed at this time due to a significant washout.