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Minor exemption - 220, boulevard de Gaspé

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Council, at an ordinary meeting that will be held behind closed doors via technological mean of communication on May 3, 2021, at 7h30 pm, will consider the request for minor exemption from the land division By-Law 1157 -11, presented by Mr Alexis Gourjade for a property situated at 220, boulevard de Gaspé.

The nature and consequences of this exemption are the following:

  • the nature of the minor exemption is:
  • for a first lot, to reduce of 7,50 m of the width of a building lot in accordance to the minimum width of 30 m required at the article 5.3 C) of the land division By-Law 1157-11;
  • for a second lot, to reduce of 2,67 m the width of a building lot in accordance to the minimal width of 22,50 m required at the article 5.3 A) of the land division By-Law 1157-11.
  • the minor exemption will have for consequence to permit the subdivision of the lot 3 147 579, cadastre du Québec, to create 2 building lots with a width of 22,50 m for the lot which has been the foundation of a multifamily construction (220, boulevard de Gaspé) and of 19,83 m for the vacancy lot.

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 April 6, 2021, the latter authorized, by resolution 21-04-048, 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 21-04-048;

The municipal council, during the ordinary meeting to be held behind closed doors, Monday May 3, 2021, at 7:30 pm, 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 April 29, 2021, 4:30 pm, 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, April 14, 2021.

Isabelle Vézina,

The Director of Legal Services and town clerk