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PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given:

1.-     THAT at a meeting held on July 8, 2021, the Town Council has adopted by-law 1156-11-52 by-law amending By-Law 1156-11 « modifiant les usages autorisés dans la zone CR-285 afin de permettre la classe d’usages Multifamiliale et collectif (H-8) avec un minimum de neuf (9) logements »;

2.-     THAT by-law 1156-11-52 has been approved by the council of the regional county municipality La Côte-de-Gaspé, on July 14, 2021;

3.-     THAT an assessment of conformity has been issued by the Secretary-treasurer of the regional county municipality La Côte-de-Gaspé in respect of by-law 1156-11-52 on July 15, 2021;

4.-     THAT by-law 1156-11-52 came into force on July 15, 2021, according to the Act respecting land use planning and development;

5.-     THAT the interested can consult this by-law at the Office of the Town clerk, at the Town Hall, 25, rue de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Gaspé, during regular office hours.

GIVEN at Gaspé, July 22, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina

The Director of legal services and town clerk

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Council, at an ordinary meeting that will be held in the hall of the town hall, on Monday August 23, 2021, at 7h30 pm, will consider the request for minor exemption from the land division By-Law 1157-11, presented by Mtre Kevin Dufresne, for the lot 2 732 467, cadastre of Quebec situated on Fournier Street.

The nature and consequences of this exemption are the following:

  • the nature of the minor exemption is to reduce of 21 m the depth of a building lot in accordance to the depth of 60 m required at the article 5.3 A) of the land division By-Law 1157-11;
  • the minor exemption will have for consequence to regularize a lot with a depth of 55.79 m.

Written consultation

By virtue of ministerial order 2020-049 dated July 4, 2020, any procedure other than a referendum which is part of the decision-making process of a municipal body and which involves the movement or gathering of citizens can be replace by a procedure with a 15-day written consultation announced beforehand by a public notice;

During the session of the municipal council, which was held on July 19, 2021, the latter authorized, by resolution 21-07-022, the consultation in writing of the persons interested with regard to the request for minor exemption mentioned above in the minutes of the advisory planning committee, adopted by the town council by the resolution 21-07-022;

The municipal council, during the ordinary meeting to be held behind in the hall of the town hall, Monday August 23, 2021, at 7:30 p.m., rule on this request for minor exemption;

Anyone interested in this minor exemption request may be heard by sending their comments in writing before August 6, 2021, 4:30 p.m., by email to the following address: isabelle.vezina@ville.gaspe.qc.ca. They will be transmitted to the municipal council before it decides on the request.

Given at Gaspé, July 22, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

Director of legal services and town clerk

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Council, at an ordinary meeting that will be held in the hall of the town hall, on Monday August 23, 2021, at 7h30 pm, will consider the request for minor exemption from the zoning By-Law 1156-11, presented by Mr Jean-François Côté, for a property situated at 1209, rue du Monument.

The nature and consequences of this exemption are the following:

  • the nature of the minor exemption is to :
  • increase of 2 m the height for a fishing building in accordance to the maximal height of 6.5 m required by the article 8.8.3 of the Zoning By-Law 1156-11.
  • increase of 30 m2 the area for a fishing building in accordance to the maximal area of 100 m2 required by the article 8.8.3 of the Zoning By-Law 1156-11;
  • the minor exemption will have for consequence to regularize the construction of a complimentary fishing building within an urban perimeter with a height of 8.5 m and an area of 130 m2.

Written consultation

By virtue of ministerial order 2020-049 dated July 4, 2020, any procedure other than a referendum which is part of the decision-making process of a municipal body and which involves the movement or gathering of citizens can be replace by a procedure with a 15-day written consultation announced beforehand by a public notice;

During the session of the municipal council, which was held on July 19, 2021, the latter authorized, by resolution 21-07-022, the consultation in writing of the persons interested with regard to the request for minor exemption mentioned above in the minutes of the advisory planning committee, adopted by the town council by the resolution 21-07-022;

The municipal council, during the ordinary meeting to be held behind in the hall of the town hall, Monday August 23, 2021, at 7:30 p.m., rule on this request for minor exemption;

Anyone interested in this minor exemption request may be heard by sending their comments in writing before August 6, 2021, 4:30 p.m., by email to the following address: isabelle.vezina@ville.gaspe.qc.ca. They will be transmitted to the municipal council before it decides on the request.

Given at Gaspé, July 22, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

Director of legal services and town clerk

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS WHO ARE ENTITLED TO SIGN AN APPLICATION TO TAKE PART TO A REFERENDUM

Second draft 1156-11-52 (adopted on June 28, 2021) amending the by-law 1156-11

NOTICE is hereby given that, following the writing consultation which was held from June 10 to June 25, 2021, the municipal Council of "Ville de Gaspé" has accepted by resolution, on June 28, 2021 a second draft of by-law 1156-11-52 amending the by-law 1156-11. This second draft contains provisions that may be subject to an application made by interested persons from anyone of the zones to which such provisions apply and of the contiguous zones, to require that a by-law containing these be submitted for their approval, in accordance with the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities.

1.      PURPOSE OF AN APPLICATION TO TAKE PART TO A REFERENDUM

1.1    An application relating to the following provision of the second draft:

  • « Modifiant les usages autorisés dans la zone CR-285 afin de permettre la classe d’usages Multifamiliale et collectif (H-8) avec un minimum de neuf (9) logements; »

Such an application is required that the by-law containing the provision to which it applies be submitted for the approval of the qualified voters in the zone to which applies this application, and in any contiguous zone from which a valid application originates. However any contiguous zone who has made an application will participate at the referendum approval only if the application also originates of the zone to which it is contiguous.

2.      LOCALIZATION OF THE CONCERNED ZONES

This zone is located in the area of montée Sandy-Beach, and illustrated on the following sketch :

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3.      VALIDITY OF AN APPLICATION

To be valid, an application to take part to a referendum must:

  • state clearly the provision of the second draft to which the application refers;
  • indicate the zone from which the application originates;
  • be signed by at least 12 interested persons of the zone from which it originates, if there are more than 21 interested persons in that zone, or, otherwise, by the majority of the interested persons;
  • be received by the Town clerk office at the town hall no later than July 7, 2021, 4:30 pm.

Given the current circumstances and in compliance with the guidelines for social distancing, the City replaces the usual procedure for the transmission of a form with that of the written request by inviting interested persons to individually forward a request to the director of legal services and town clerk at the following email address: greffe@ville.gaspe.qc.ca. This request must also contain a copy of the applicant's ID.

4.      INTERESTED PERSONS WHO ARE ENTITLED TO SIGN AN APPLICATION

An interested person is a person of full age, Canadian citizen and not under curatorship who, on the date of adoption of the second draft, which is June 28, 2021, is not disqualified from voting and meets one of the following requirements:

  • is domiciled in a zone from which an application may originate and who has been domiciled in Québec for at least 6 months;
  • is the owner of an immovable or the occupant of a business place situated on such a zone since 12 months at least.

5.      LACK OF APPLICATIONS

Should there be no valid applications relating to the provisions of the second draft, the said provisions may be then included in a by-law which will not have to be submitted for the approval of the qualified voters.

6.      CONSULTATION OF THE DRAFT

The second draft of by-law is available, in French, for consultation in the document also attached to this notice.

We recommend you to consult the Service de l’Urbanisme to verify in which area your building is situated.

Given in Gaspé, June 29, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

Director of legal services and town clerk

 

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ENACTMENT OF BY-LAW

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given:

1.-       THAT at a meeting held on May 17, 2021, the Town Council has adopted the following by-laws:

  • « 1156-11-50, règlement amendant le règlement de zonage 1156-11 en agrandissant la zone AF-107 à même une partie de la zone M-403;
  • 1444-21, règlement sur les projets particuliers de construction, de modification ou d’occupation d’un immeuble. »

2.-       THAT at a meeting held on June 7, 2021, the Town Council has adopted by-law 1156-11-51 by-law amending By-Law 1156-11 « en modifiant les usages autorisés dans la zone CR-285 afin de permettre comme usage spécifiquement permis l’usage Vente au détail de cannabis et de produits du cannabis (5990); »

3.-       THOSE by-laws 1156-11-50 and 1444-21 has been approved by the council of the regional county municipality La Côte-de-Gaspé, on May 19, 2021;

4.-       THAT by-law 1156-11-51 has been approved by the council of the regional county municipality La Côte-de-Gaspé, on June 9, 2021;

5.-       THAT an assessment of conformity has been issued by the Secretary-treasurer of the regional county municipality La Côte-de-Gaspé in respect of by-laws 1156-11-50 and 1444-21, on May 25, 2021;

6.-       THAT an assessment of conformity has been issued by the Secretary-treasurer of the regional county municipality La Côte-de-Gaspé in respect of by-law 1156-11-51 on June 11, 2021;

7.-       THOSE by-laws 1156-11-50 and 1444-21 came into force on May 25, 2021, according to the Act respecting land use planning and development;

8.-       THAT by-law 1156-11-51 came into force on June 11, 2021, according to the Act respecting land use planning and development;

9.-       THAT the interested can consult this by-law at the Office of the Town clerk, at the Town Hall, 25, rue de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Gaspé, during regular office hours.

GIVEN at Gaspé, June 17, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina

The Director of legal services and town clerk

MINOR EXEMPTION FROM URBANISM BY-LAWS

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Council, at an ordinary meeting that will be held behind closed doors at the town hall, on Monday July 19, 2021, at 7h30 pm, will consider the request for minor exemption from the zoning By-Law 1156-11, presented by Mr Ralph Kilbride, for a property situated at 535, montée de Sandy-Beach.

The nature and consequences of this exemption are the following:

  • the nature of the minor exemption is to increase of 87.69 m2 the area for an isolated private garage in accordance to the maximal area of 100 m2 required at the article 8.8.2.2 of the Zoning By-Law 1156-11;
  • the minor exemption will have for consequence to permit the enlargement of an isolated private garage with an area of 187.69 m2.

Written consultation

Act respecting land use and development provides that any interested party may be heard by the municipal council when the latter must rule on a request for a minor exemption, but that currently, under ministerial order 2020-029 dated from April 26, 2020, the meetings of the municipal council can be held exceptionally behind closed doors during the state of health emergency;

By virtue of ministerial order 2020-049 dated July 4, 2020, any procedure other than a referendum which is part of the decision-making process of a municipal body and which involves the movement or gathering of citizens can be suspended if the council decides to replace the procedure with a 15 days written consultation announced beforehand by a public notice;

During the session of the municipal council which was held behind closed doors via technological mean of communication on June 7, 2021, the latter authorized, by resolution 21-06-062, the consultation in writing of the persons interested with regard to the request for minor exemption mentioned above in the minutes of the advisory planning committee, adopted by the town council by the resolution 21-06-062;

The municipal council, during the ordinary meeting to be held behind closed doors, Monday July 19, 2021, at 7:30 p.m., and broadcasted, via technological mean of communication, rule on this request for minor exemption;

Anyone interested in this minor exemption request may be heard by sending their comments in writing before July 2, 2021, 4:30 p.m., by email to the following address: isabelle.vezina@ville.gaspe.qc.ca. They will be transmitted to the municipal council before it decides on the request.

DONE at Gaspé, June 17, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

Director of legal services and town clerk

MINOR EXEMPTION

FROM URBANISM BY-LAWS

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Council, at an ordinary meeting that will be held behind closed doors at the town hall, on Monday July 19, 2021, at 7h30 pm, will consider the request for minor exemption from the zoning By-Law 1156-11, presented by Mr Alexandre Denis, for a property situated at 34, rue Patrice-Quenneville.

The nature and consequences of this exemption are the following:

  • the nature of the minor exemption is to increase of 52 m2 the area for an isolated private garage in accordance to the maximal area of 100 m2 of Zoning By-Law 1156-11;
  • the minor exemption will have for consequence to permit the construction of an isolated private garage with an area of 152 m2.

Written consultation

Act respecting land use and development provides that any interested party may be heard by the municipal council when the latter must rule on a request for a minor exemption, but that currently, under ministerial order 2020-029 dated from April 26, 2020, the meetings of the municipal council can be held exceptionally behind closed doors during the state of health emergency;

By virtue of ministerial order 2020-049 dated July 4, 2020, any procedure other than a referendum which is part of the decision-making process of a municipal body and which involves the movement or gathering of citizens can be suspended if the council decides to replace the procedure with a 15 days written consultation announced beforehand by a public notice;

During the session of the municipal council which was held behind closed doors via technological mean of communication on June 7, 2021, the latter authorized, by resolution 21-06-062, the consultation in writing of the persons interested with regard to the request for minor exemption mentioned above in the minutes of the advisory planning committee, adopted by the town council by the resolution 21-06-062;

The municipal council, during the ordinary meeting to be held behind closed doors, Monday July 19, 2021, at 7:30 p.m., rule on this request for minor exemption;

Anyone interested in this minor exemption request may be heard by sending their comments in writing before July 2, 2021, 4:30 p.m., by email to the following address: isabelle.vezina@ville.gaspe.qc.ca. They will be transmitted to the municipal council before it decides on the request.

DONE at Gaspé, June 17, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

Director of legal services and town clerk

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Council, at its ordinary meeting has adopted the following By-Laws:

held on May 17, 2021:

By-law  1443-21 :

« Règlement concernant la garde et le contrôle des animaux et abrogeant le règlement 734-99. »

Held on May 25, 2021 :

By-law 1445-21 :

« Règlement concernant l’interdiction de faire du camping sur les chemins publics, les places publiques et les plages remplaçant le règlement 1421-20. »

NOTICE is also given that those By-Laws are deposited at the office of the municipality and that the interested may there take cognizance thereof during regular office hours.

DONE at Gaspe, June 14, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

Director of legal services and town clerk