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By-law Notices / Hearings

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

19 September 2019:      Rothesay Council has scheduled a Public Hearing to give consideration to enactment of By-law 1-19-01, “A By-law of the Municipality of Rothesay To Direct the Undertaking of Hard Surfacing of the Roadway Known as Mulberry Lane as a Local Improvement”.  A copy is available here.

 The public hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm in the Common Room, Rothesay Town Hall, 70 Hampton Road, Rothesay, NB.

The purpose of the By-law is to undertake a work as a local improvement for Mulberry Lane, to be paid by special assessment again affected properties.  The work to be done is as follows:

The acquisition of the road right of way and the hard surfacing of the roadway known as Mulberry Lane in Rothesay, together with required appurtenances thereto.

The improvement is abutted by the properties having civic numbers 1 to 9 Mulberry Lane inclusive, 11 Mulberry Lane and 40 Cameron Road.

Comments will be received by the undersigned until Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at noon.  Any written comments provided will become part of the public record.  Anyone wishing to speak may do so at the public hearing on November 12, 2019.  You may also register your wish to speak in advance by contacting the Clerk’s office.

Mary Jane Banks, BComm
Town Clerk


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

17 October 2019 – Rothesay Council has scheduled a Public Hearing to give consideration to enactment of By-law 1-18-1, “A By-law of the Municipality of Rothesay to Amend the Rothesay Water By-law”, under authority of Section 117 of the Local Governance Act, SNB (2017) c.18.

The Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019  in the Common Room, Rothesay Town Hall, 70 Hampton Road, Rothesay, NB, immediately following a public hearing scheduled for 7:00 p.m.

The purpose of the Water By-law and the proposed amendment is to regulate the connection to, and use and maintenance of the Rothesay potable water system, and to establish water system fees and charges.  It is an objective of Rothesay that residents of any Residential Apartment Complex be served by a clean, safe, and continuous supply of potable water.

When the Owner of an existing Residential Apartment Complex established prior to 1 January 1998 chooses not to connect to the available municipal potable water distribution network operated by the Town, such Owner is responsible for providing proof to the Town that a clean, safe, and reliable supply of potable water is provided to their tenants, in accordance with the Water By-law and amendments thereto, and Appendix A“Water By-law 1-18 Requirements for Existing Residential Apartment Complexes established Prior to 1 January 1998 NOT Connected to Available Town Water”.

The draft Amending By-law 1-18-1 and Appendix A can be found here and is available for review in the Clerk’s Office at Rothesay Town Hall during normal business hours (exclusive of civic holidays).

1st Reading was given to By-law 1-18-1 at the October 15, 2019 Council meeting.

Comments will be received by the undersigned until Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at noon.  Any written comments provided will become part of the public record.  Anyone wishing to speak may do so at the public hearing on November 12, 2019.  You may also register your wish to speak in advance by contacting the Clerk’s office.

Mary Jane E. Banks, BComm
Town Clerk – Rothesay


 

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