***UPDATE FOLLOWING PLEBISCITE:

Voters in Wileville provided their input on whether Council should consider the adoption of land use planning regulations ("Zoning") in their community.

The (unofficial) results from the Plebiscite are that 60.3% voted in favour ("YES") of adopting land use controls. The conclusion to take from this (unofficial) result is that: an insufficient percentage of Wileville residents voted in favour of adopting land use planning.

Council's policy identifies that a two-thirds majority (66.6%) is required, in favour of land use planning, in having the Municipality proceed to the next step in forming a new Plan Area. Staff will provide a report to Council on the Plebiscite's results, and on the process leading to it, at a later date. An information notice will be sent out via this e-list serve prior to the date of staff's presentation to Council. If you have any questions, please contact Jeff Merrill, Director of Planning & Development Services, at the Planning Offices, at 902-541-1325.

 

(unofficial results of Plebiscite)

Are you in favour of Municipal Council establishing Land Use Planning (Zoning) for Wileville?

Yes - 146.

No - 96.

 

 

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On Saturday, October 15, 2016 ........

Registered Voters in the community of Wileville will be asked if land use planning regulations should be established for their community.

Before casting a ballot in the Plebiscite, local residents can attend information meetings hosted by municipal planning staff, that look to address:

WHAT DOES PLANNING MEAN?

Information meetings will be held at the Wileville Fire Hall, 16 Wiles Lake Rd. Both meetings start at 7.00PM on:

Tuesday June 28th

Tuesday September 13th

All citizens are welcome to attend. If you have Questions - please contact the Municipality's planning department:

Staff contact: Douglas Reid, 902-530-3480
Department e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Offices: 210 Aberdeen Rd, 8h30-16h30, Mondays-Fridays.

A Copy of the Information Meeting Handout is available in:

print format - 8 pages (letter size)

booklet format - 4 pages (ledger size) .