Notice of Temporary Use Permit
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Local Government Act that the Board of Directors of the Regional District of Mount Waddington (RDMW) will consider adopting a resolution to approve the issuance of Temporary Use Permit 2016-TUP-01 (the “Permit”) at its meeting on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 to be conducted in the boardroom of the RDMW administrative office located at 2044 McNeill Road in the Town of Port McNeill, commencing at 2:00 p.m.
If approved, the Permit would allow, subject to conditions, a music and arts festival event and accessory parking, camping and retail sales uses to be undertaken on two adjacent properties located at the easterly terminus of Meynell Road on Malcolm Island. These properties are described as follows:
Civic Addresses: 50 and 60 Meynell Road, Malcolm Island
Legal Descriptions: The Westerly 10 Chains of the Fractional East 1/2 of the Fractional West 1/2, Section 5, Malcolm Island, Rupert District AND The East 1/2 of the West 1/2 of Section 5, Malcolm Island, Rupert District, Except the Westerly 10 Chains Thereof
Parcel Identifier Numbers: 009-945-474 / 004-730-739
Assessment Roll Numbers: 78514014.000 / 78514015.000
If approved, the Permit would allow the music and arts festival event and accessory uses to be undertaken for three consecutive days once per calendar year in each of the years 2016, 2017 and 2018.
A copy of the Permit and related information can be inspected at the RDMW administrative office located at 2044 McNeill Road, Port McNeill, B.C., between the office hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday, from May 5, 2016 until May 16, 2016. This information can also be inspected on the RDMW website at www.rdmw.bc.ca.
Written submissions regarding the Permit can be sent by email, facsimile, mail or hand delivered using the contact information below. All submissions must be received no later than 12:00 pm on Tuesday, May 17, 2016.
Jeff Long, Manager of Planning & Development Services
Regional District of Mount Waddington
PO Box 729, 2044 McNeill Road, Port McNeill, B.C. V0N 2R0
Telephone: 250-956-3301 Facsimile: 250-956-3232 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Campsite Caretaker Positions
REGIONAL DISTRICT OF MOUNT WADDINGTON
(Vancouver Island North)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF
INTEREST FOR CAMPSITE CARETAKERS:
Link River (Alice Lake) near Port Alice
Bere Point on Malcolm Island
Duties include collecting campsite fees; enforcing campground rules; minor maintenance work; and coordination of reservations with the Regional District Office. Term: June 4 to September 5, 2016.
Ideally, the successful candidates will stay at a designated site at Link River and Bere Point Campsites for the season. The candidates should state their previous related experience; demonstrate their ability to provide service for the season; state any requirements they may have from the Regional District; and provide references.
A complete list of work and services to be performed is available at the Regional District Office or from the RDMW website: www.rdmw.bc.ca under “Regional Services, Parks”.
Closing Date: Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 4:00 pm
Please send in your Expression of Interest application in writing to:
Greg Fletcher, Administrator
Regional District of Mount Waddington
Box 729, 2044 McNeill Road, Port McNeill, BC V0N 2R0
Phone: 250-956-3301 Fax: 250-956-3232 Email: email@example.com
RDMW Financial Fees and Charges Bylaw Adopted
At the March 15, 2016 RDMW Board meeting, Bylaw No. 896 "Regional District of Mount Waddington Finance Fees and Charges Bylaw" was adopted. The Bylaw is effective April 1, 2016 and enables the Regional District to recover some of the costs associated with the collection of fees and charges by establishing terms and conditions for payment, including interest and penalties. Please click this link to be taken to Bylaw No. 896 to review the new payment terms for utilities, solid waste, arena and other invoices and charges.
Launching the Hornsby Appeal
In 2013, after nearly a decade of difficulties concerning the final fate of the artefact due to its condition and known significance, the Regional District of Mount Waddington, local government and owner of the artefact, will move the Hornsby Steam Crawler to a piece of public land in Coal Harbour, a community close to its historical area of operation around Holberg Inlet. While many steam aficionados understandably wish to privately own and restore this piece of history at another location, it belongs to the people of the Mount Waddington region and needs instead to be affordably and appropriately housed, protected and interpreted for future generations. To achieve this, donations and sponsorship are required.