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Council to consider Quinte Isle decision at special meeting on April 14

April 1, 2021

Mayor Steve Ferguson has called a special meeting of Council on Wednesday, April 14 to consider planning applications submitted by Quinte Isle Campark.

The meeting agenda is posted online. Staff is recommending that Council approve the applications for an Official Plan amendment and a zoning by-law amendment.

At a meeting held on January 19, 2021, Council deferred a decision on the applications to allow staff to undertake additional consultation with Indigenous groups. A summary of the consultations with the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and the Huron-Wendat Nation is contained in a supplementary staff report. Click here to read the staff report presented at the January 19 Council meeting.

The special meeting on April 14 will begin at 6 pm. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting will be held electronically via Zoom. The public is able to follow the meeting on the County’s YouTube channel and participate in the meeting electronically.  Members of the public who wish to provide comments under Section 7 of the agenda titled “Comments from the Audience” must contact clerks@pecounty.on.ca by noon on April 13, 2021 to register.

If you have questions, please contact Matthew Coffey, Planning Coordinator, Approvals, by email or call 613.476.2148 extension 2032.

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