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Posted On: Monday, March 16, 2020
A dedicated webpage regarding COVID-19 has been created for the Town of The Blue Mountains. To view the webpage, please visit: www.thebluemountains.ca/covid-19.cfm
A Leisure Activities Plan Steering Committee has been scheduled for Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 2:30 p.m.
Full meeting details are available in the Council Calendar.
NOTE: Committee meetings are taking place virtually to assist with social distancing with respect to COVID-19. Comments received from the public that have not been included on the Agenda will be read at the meeting by the Assistant. The meeting will be recorded and the archived recording will be posted to the Town's website. The meeting will not be livestreamed.
To provide comments, please contact Community Services Administration Staff
NOTE:The Blue Mountains Council and Committee of the Whole meetings are currently closed to the public to assist with social distancing with respect to COVID-19. Comments received from the public that have not been included on the Agenda, will be read at the meeting by the Town Clerk.
The meeting will be livestreamed and an archived recording of the meeting will be posted to the Town's website.
What is being proposed?
The By-law to Regulate and License Businesses in the Town of The Blue Mountains and the By-law to Establish a Comprehensive System of Administrative Monetary Penalties for the Town of The Blue Mountains are By-laws to replace the Town’s current regime of Licensing and Administrative Monetary Penalties. The By-law to Regulate and License Businesses in the Town of The Blue Mountains will permit the Town to License and regulate a range of businesses; however, Short-Term Accommodation Licenses will be subject of the initial By-law. The Administrative Monetary Penalty By-law will enable the Town to issue Administrative Monetary Penalties for infractions under other designated Town By-laws, initially, the Business Licensing By-law. This By-law represents an overhaul of the Town’s existing system and aims to make the Town’s infraction and penalty system for Business Licenses more robust, faster and simpler then pursuing charges under the Provincial Offences Act.
The Agenda for the October 22, 2020 Community Communications Advisory Committee meeting has been revised to include:
-Item D.1 Sharon McCormick, Executive Director, The Blue Mountains Attainable Housing Corporation Re: The Blue Mountains Attainable Housing Corporation Gateway Site Design Guidelines Task Force
For full meeting details, visit the Council Calendar.
The Blue Mountains Community Watch
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