Monday, October 26, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am
Location: The Blue Mountains Public Library Zoom
The Break the Fake: How to Tell What's True Online workshop will teach audiences four quick, easy steps they can take to spot misinformation and find out if something online is true or not. Designed for audiences aged 11 and up. Register through The Blue Mountains Public Library Event Calendar to receive a link to the workshop. Not able to attend the workshop? Visit our Facebook page where we'll share a Self-Directed tutorial version after the workshop! Media Literacy Week is an annual national campaign to help spread the word about the importance of media literacy and good digital citizenship. Celebrate Media Literacy Week, October 26th to 30th, with Break the Fake activities connecting us from coast to coast to coast. Engage with us and others to help spread the word online of the importance of media literacy by using #MediaLitWk and #BreaktheFake.
Phone: 519-599-3681 Ext. 5
Monday, October 26, 2020 10:00am - 10:30am
Location: The Blue Mountains Public Library Facebook Page
Join Sharon on Facebook for an online Seniors Exercise video! Follow along at home for some easy stretches and aerobics to keep your body moving. New video posted every Monday at 10am. Not on Facebook? Watch Sharon's videos on The Blue Mountains Public Library YouTube channel.
Monday, October 26, 2020 2:00pm - 2:00pm
Location: VIRTUAL Teams
The purpose of this application is to consider a request to amend the detached accessory dwelling unit setback requirements of Zoning By-law 2018-65. The effect of the application is to recognize existing deficient building setbacks in order to permit the conversion of an existing detached accessory structure into an accessory apartment dwelling unit.
The amendment proposes to establish a site-specific exception to the property to recognize the current setbacks of the existing detached structure. The amendment would recognize an existing easterly interior side yard setback of 0.4m, whereas a minimum of 2.0m is required, and an existing front yard setback of 1.7m, whereas a minimum of 7.5m is required.
The lands are also subject to a concurrent Site Plan Application for the detached accessory dwelling unit and are legally described as Lot 8, Plan 389.
Contact: Planning Staff
Phone: 519-599-3131 x 263