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​Public Consultation Session #1 (October 19, 2017)

Public Consultation Session #1 consisted of a guided walking tour of the Old Main Street neighbourhood. Residents were invited to share their knowledge with Town staff and the consultant team. Residents were asked to fill in comment cards during the walk. Findings informed the preparation of the Background Reports and the Draft Tertiary Plan.

The Summary Report provides a synopsis of the comments recieved at the walking tour and by telephone and email afterwards up until November 10, 2017.

Public Consultation Session #2 (April 12, 2018)

Public Consultation Session #2 consisted of a presentation and wo​rkshop. Participants were asked to provide feedback on the draft vision, guiding principles, and land use concepts. Findings have informed the preparation of the Draft Tertiary Plan.  The presentation, display boards, and worksheets are availabe for reference. 

The Summary Report provides a synopsis of the comments recieved at the April 12th workshop and afterwards. 

Public Consultation Session #3 (November 5, 2018)

Public Consultation Session #3 was the public open house, required to be held in advance of a Statutory Public Meeting. Participants had the opportunity to review the Draft Tertiary Plan policies and offer comments. Members of the public were invited to attend the open house on Monday November 5, 2018 from 7 to 9pm at the Senior's Meeting Place (474 Davis Drive). The Open House was a drop in format and there was a brief presentation. There were presentation boards on display showing highlights of the Draft Plan and policies. 


​​​Public Consultation Session #4 (January or February 2019)

Statutory Public Meeting, in accordance with the Planning Act. The statutory Public Meeting is a formal meeting with Council where participants can offer comments to Council on the Final Tertiary Plan. Written or oral submissions must be made prior to, or at, the Public Meeting, if not you may not be entitled to appeal the decision to the Local Appeal Tribunal. You may also not be added as a party to the hearing of a Local Appeal Board​ appeal unless, in the opinion of the Tribunal, there is reasonable grounds to do so.