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Notice of Decision for Consent – Application No. B2022-06

The last day to appeal is October 5, 2022.
September 16, 2022

The Corporation of the Town of Cochrane

Application No. B2022 - 06

Owner: Chouinard, T.

Applicant: Beaulieu, A. & L.

In the matter of an application to the Cochrane and Suburban Planning Board under Section 53 of the Planning Act of Ontario, R.S.O. 1990, c.P. 13, as amended for lands known municipally as 1555 Concession 2 & 3 and legally described as as Part Lot 13, Concession 3, Glackmeyer Twp, in the Town of Cochrane, Roll No. 5639 020 001 12001 0000 and 5639 020 001 12000 0000

Decision: That the Cochrane and Suburban Planning Board, having given consideration to the applicable provisions of Section 53 of the Planning Act, the Official Plan of the Town of Cochrane, the characteristics of the land in question and its surroundings as addressed in the Planning Report on the application dated September 14, 2022, the correspondence received and the information presented at the hearing held on September 14, 2022 and the discussion on the matter, hereby APPROVE of the application as applied for subject to the following conditions:

  1. That the applicant satisfy all of the requirements, financial or otherwise of the Municipality;
  2. That the applicant provide a copy of the registered survey of the severed lot, prepared by an Ontario Land Surveyor;
  3. That the conveyed lands be merged with the benefitting lands municipally known as 1577 Concession 2 & 3;
  4. That the applicant confirm the location of the existing septic and well to ensure they are contained entirely within the boundaries of the retained lands; and,
  5. That the applicant obtain approval from the Porcupine Health

If all conditions of this decision have been fulfilled within two years from the date this notice of decision is mailed and all authorities have so notified the Planning Board in writing, the Secretary-Treasurer is authorized to provide a certificate as provided for in Subsection 53 (42) of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, c.P.13.

It is the applicant and/or agent’s responsibility to fulfill the conditions of the consent approval within two years, of the date of the approval letter. The Planning Board will issue no further notice or warning of the expiration of the two-year period.

If the conditions to the Consent approval are not fulfilled within two years of the date of the approval letter and the applicant is still interested in pursuing the proposal, a new application and applicable fee, will be required.

The Last Day for Appeal is October 5, 2022.

For more information, please see the full Notice of Decision for Consent below.

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