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BATHURST PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING

June 5th, 2019

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 at 5:15 PM

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Advisory Committee will be considering the following applications at its next regular meeting.


1050 Youghall Drive: Mr. John Lee has made an application to build a 6 foot privacy fence along Anderson Point Lane and Youghall Drive.
The Zoning By-Law Section 3.4.5 states that “Accessory Buildings, Structures or Uses in a Residential zone an accessory building may occupy up to 8 percent of the lot area, to a maximum of 1076 square feet”, creating a variance of 3.7% of the building area.


ZONING BY-LAW: 3.18 FENCES, WALLS, HEDGES AND SHRUBBERY

3.18.1 Notwithstanding any provision of this By-Law, subject to this section, fences, walls, hedges and shrubbery may be located on any lot or in any yard.

3.18.2 No fence, wall, hedge or shrubbery may; exceed in height.

  1. 36 inches above the level of the centre line of the abutting streets, back for a distance of 16 feet from any street property lines.

The fence will be installed on the street lot line. The maximum height permitted along a street lot line is 3 feet, creating a variance of 3 feet.

 
23 Bayshore Drive: Mr. Armand Arseneault and Mrs. Monique Arseneault have made an application to reinstall a recreational vehicle on their property located at 23 Bayshore Drive. The property is zoned Waterfront Residential. The installation of a recreational vehicle in a Waterfront Zone is permitted from May 1st to October 30th and subject to an annual application and subject to ”such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Planning Advisory Committee pursuant to Section 34(4) of the Community Planning Act of New Brunswick. Where compliance with such terms and conditions cannot reasonably be expected then the use may be prohibited by the Planning Advisory Committee.”

 
361 Bayshore Drive: Mrs. Suzan Kierstead has made an application to install a recreational vehicle on their property located at 361 Bayshore Drive. The property is zoned Waterfront Residential. The installation of a recreational vehicle in a Waterfront Zone is permitted from May 1st to October 30th and subject to an annual application and subject to ”such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Planning Advisory Committee pursuant to Section 34(4) of the Community Planning Act of New Brunswick. Where compliance with such terms and conditions cannot reasonably be expected then the use may be prohibited by the Planning Advisory Committee.”

Citizen input

Any person wishing to make a presentation before the Committee in regards to this application is invited to inform the Department of Planning and Development before 4:00p.m., Tuesday, June 18, 2019 by calling 548-0444. The Planning Advisory will meet at City Hall at 5:15 pm, Tuesday, June 18, 2019 to consider written objections to the proposed land use. Anyone wishing to address the Committee on the written objections may do so at that time.


Bathurst PAC 2019-06-18 EN.pdf
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