Zoning Bylaw Amendment – Bylaw No. 11 Of 2023

Zoning Bylaw Amendment – Bylaw No. 11 Of 2023

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Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the City of Prince Albert intends to consider Bylaw No. 11 of 2023 to amend Bylaw No. 1 of 2019, known as the City of Prince Albert Zoning Bylaw.

Reason for the Amendment: At the City Council meeting held March 6, 2023, first reading of Bylaw No. 11 of 2023 was given and Administration was authorized to provide Public Notification for a Public Hearing. Bylaw No. 11 of 2023 proposes to rezone the land legally described as Parcel H, Plan 102132199 from FUD – Future Urban Development to R4 - High Density Residential Zoning. The purpose of the rezoning is to accommodate the construction of apartment buildings. The subject property is shown in the dashed line below:

Therefore, City Council, at its meeting to be held on March 27, 2023, at 5:00 p.m., will consider all submissions both written and verbal respecting the Public Hearing for the above bylaw.  If you would like your written submission reviewed by City Council PRIOR to the meeting, it would be preferable if it were provided by 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21st, 2023.  In accordance with City Council’s Procedure Bylaw No. 23 of 2021, any written submissions must be provided to the City Clerk.  Verbal submissions shall be heard during the Public Hearing portion of the meeting.

INFORMATION – Information regarding the proposed amendment may be directed to the following without charge:

Planning and Development Services
City Hall, 1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert SK, S6V 7P3
8:00 am to 4:45 pm – Monday to Friday (except holidays)
Phone 306-953-4370

Issued at the City of Prince Albert, this 16th Day of March, 2023

Terri Mercier, City Clerk

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