Jeff Green | Sep 21, 2006
Feature Article - September 21, 2006
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Addington Highlands Council
by Jeff Green
Roy Jackson appeared before an Addington Highlands Council meeting in Denbigh seeking to have his 900- metre seasonally maintained cottage road maintained year round.
There are certain obligations on property owners who seek to have this kind of change made in the AH official plan, one of which is that the property have a septic system in place, which Jackson does not have. Jackson will be investing in a septic system and the matter will come back to the roads committee. Meanwhile the roads superintendent will determine how much it will cost the township to offer him this service. The Official Plan states that the township cannot be brought into financial hardship by taking this kind of step.
Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw - Comments have been received from Quinte Conservation regarding the draft comprehensive zoning bylaw. Council had hoped to have the bylaw in place before the end of their term, but that is now unlikely to happen.Business Breakfast the sixth Addington Highlands Business Breakfast is scheduled for October 12th at 8:00 am at the Kaladar Community Centre. The theme will be “Meet the candidates in this years’ election”, who will speak on overcoming barriers to economic development. CAO Addington Highlands will be hiring its first ever Chief Administrative Officer next month, in an attempt to cut down some of the workload for the two-person office staff that has been running the township. Salt shed The Denbigh salt containment structure is now 60% finished, and the township will shortly be full in compliance with provincial regulations that all salt be stored indoors. Other Stories this Week View RSS feed