Notice of Adoption of Official Plan Amendment No. 65 (Crane Lake Discovery Camp)
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NOTICE OF ADOPTION

OF AN OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT

CONCERNING PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN

AMENDMENT No. 65

(CRANE LAKE DISCOVERY CAMP)

TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Township of The Archipelago passed By-law No. 17-13 to adopt Official Plan Amendment No. 65 on the 21st day of April, 2017 under Section 17(22) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, as amended.

THE PURPOSE of Official Plan Amendment No. 65 is to add text to the Special Provisions Section 16.42 of the Official Plan for Parcel 25835 Parry Sound South Section, located in Lots 32 and 33, Concession 9, in the geographic Township of Conger;

THE EFFECT of Official Plan Amendment No. 65 would be to add text with respect to additional development on the subject property which is designated as a summer recreational camp, having 71.63 hectares (177 acres) in area and 1341 metres (4400 feet) of frontage on Crane Lake.

AND TAKE NOTICE that any person or public body will be entitled to receive notice of the decision of the approval authority if a written request to be notified of the decision is made to the approval authority. The name and address of the approval authority to which such a request should be forwarded is:

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
Municipal Services Office - Northeastern Region
Attention: Mr. David Welwood, Planner
159 Cedar Street, Suite 401
Sudbury, Ontario
P3E 6A5    

AND TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, as amended, the land to which Official Plan Amendment No. 65 applies is also the subject of Zoning By-law Amendment No. Z03-16.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION including the Official Plan Amendment is available for inspection by the public at the Township office during normal office hours. Please direct any inquiries to the Planning Department.

DATED at the Township office this 5th day of May 2017.

Cale Henderson, MCIP, RPP
Manager of Development & Environmental Services