PROVINCE OF QUÉBEC
PONTIAC REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPALITY
Interested persons with the right to be to sign an application to participate in a referendum.
Second Draft of By-Law Number 279-2022 adopted on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, amending Zoning By-law Number 155-2010 of the non-organized Territory (TNO) of Lac-Nilgaut, in order to authorize resort development around Clair and Brock lakes.
PUBLIC NOTICE is given of the following:
1. Following the public consultation meeting held on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, Council adopted the second draft of a by-law amending Zoning By-law Number 155-2010 of the non-organized Territory of Lac-Nilgaut, in order to authorize resort development around Clair and Brock lakes.
2. This second draft contains provisions that may be applied for by interested persons in the 501 and 901 zones, as well as in the zones contiguous to these zones, that is, all zones of the TNO except zones 108, 601 and 802, in order that a by-law containing them may be submitted for approval by certain qualified voters in accordance with the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities. Information to determine which interested persons are entitled to sign an application in respect of each of the provisions of the draft may be obtained at the offices of the MRC located at 602 Rte 301 N in Campbell’s Bay, QC, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the following days: July 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21.
A copy of the second draft by-law may be obtained, free of charge, by any person who requests it at the office of the MRC at the address and on the days and times mentioned above.
3. To be valid, all applications must:
- clearly identify the provision that is the subject of the application and the zone from which it originates; and where applicable, identify the zone in respect of which the request is made;
- be received at the office of the MRC on or before Thursday, July 21, 2022;
- be signed by at least 12 interested persons in the zone from which it originates or by at least a majority of them if the number of interested persons in the zone does not exceed 21.
4. An interested person is any person who is not disqualified from voting and who meets the following conditions on Wednesday, June 15, 2022:
- be of legal age, a Canadian citizen and not under curatorship;
- be domiciled, own a building or occupy a place of business in an area from which an application may originate.
Additional condition for undivided co-owners of an immovable and co-occupants of a place of business: to be designated, by means of a power of attorney signed by the majority of the co-owners or co-occupants, as the person entitled to sign the application on their behalf.
Condition for exercising the right to sign an application by a corporation: every corporation must designate from among its members, directors and employees, by resolution, a person who, on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, is of the age of majority and a Canadian citizen and who is not under curatorship.
5. Any provisions of the second draft for which no valid application has been made may be included in a by-law that does not require approval by the qualified voters.
6. The second draft by-law can be consulted at the address and on the days and times set out in Section 2.
July 13, 2022 Bernard Roy
Director General and Clerk-Treasurer