Planning hearings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm in the RM of St. Clements Council Chambers, 1043 Kittson Rd., East Selkirk.
A public planning hearing is designed to provide public input prior to elected officials making a decision on planning applications, as outlined in The Planning Act.
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Due to the rising numbers and concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic, council meetings will be closed to in person attendance for the safety of Council, staff, and residents. Participation will only be available via Zoom until further notice. Public Hearings required under the Act will allow a combination of Zoom attendance and in person for those that do not have online capabilities but will be held in accordance with public health protocols including social distancing and mandatory masks.
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For January 25, 2022 Planning Hearings
What is S21-2926 about?
To subdivide the existing subject property to create three (3) proposed lots ranging from ~1.650 ac. to ~2.00 ac. in site area, within the “AR” Agricultural Restricted Zone. In addition, a road extending from Hay Road is proposed in this application.
What is S21-2933 about?
To subdivide the existing property located on 4367 Rebeck Road in order to create four (4) proposed lots ranging from ~2.082 ac. to ~12.745 ac. in site area, within the “GD” General Development Zone. Included part of this application are titles to be dedicated for the realignment of Novak Drive (Public Road).
What is VO 127-2021 about?
This variance application for the subject property in the “RR” Rural Residential & “AR” Agricultural Restricted zone is to increase the permitted number of accessory buildings from 2 (max.) to 3 (max.) in total. The variance application is associated with Conditional Use File No. 37, 2021.
What is VO 134-2021 about?
This variance application is to reduce the required north side yard form 10 ft. (min.) to 4.15 ft. (min.) for the existing dwelling (with attached deck) and reduce the required 10 ft. (min.) rear yard to 2 ft. (min.) for a proposed accessory building on the subject property within the “SR” Seasonal Residential Zone.
What is CU 37-2021 about?
This conditional use application is to allow a Garden Suite use on the subject property within the “RR” Rural Residential zoned portion of the subject property.
Combined Zoning and Subdivision