Public Notices

 

Development Permit - Wakita Ave & Nalabila Blvd

IAG Enterprises submitted a development permit (DP) application for a proposed multi-family residential development that consists of 34 residential dwelling units in seven building blocks, along with a community amenity area and the required 7 off-street visitors parking spaces at the lot abutting Nalabila Blvd and Wakita Ave (Parcel Description: Lot C District Lot 6042 Range 5 Coast District Plan EPP32835). The property is zoned R3-A – Multi Family (Apartment or Terrace) Residential Zone and the future land use designation is Neighborhood. The proposed development aligns with the permitted uses in the Kitimat Municipal Code and the future land use designation from the 2008 Kitimat OCP. A location map, coloured renderings, site plan, and preliminary landscape plan of the proposed multi-family residential development.

 

Additional information at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.

 

Provide comment by end of day June 3, 2022 by:

Email

Fax:  Planning Department at 250-632-4995

Mail: Mayor & Council c/o 270 City Centre, Kitimat, BC V8C 2H7

* Submissions provided in response to the application, including names and addresses, will become part of the public record, and made available for public inspection at the District office.

 

Virtually Attend or Watch Council Meeting:

Contact Staff at 250-632-8900 or Email before noon 15 July 2022 if you would like to be notified for when this application will be going to Council for their decision.

 

If you have any questions about this application, please contact Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8900 or Email

 

Thank you for your ongoing interest in your community.

 

 

District of Kitimat - Municipal Liability Insurance Claims

PUBLIC NOTICE: District of Kitimat - Municipal Liability Insurance Claims

Section 744 of the Local Government Act states that municipalities are not liable in any action based on nuisance where the damages arise, directly or indirectly, out of the breakdown or malfunction of a sewer system, a water or drainage facility or system, or a dike or a road.  Nuisance actions are defined as instances in which a home is damaged as a result of a sewer, drainage or water system, or roadway or dike, breaking down and malfunctioning. For instance, it could be a basement covered by several inches of water stemming from a drainage system being jammed by someone dumping garbage into a municipal ditch, or it may be a home filled with backed up sewage.

Residents are cautioned to take steps to protect their property and are strongly urged to review their insurance policy with their individual brokers to ensure adequate coverage in the event of a nuisance claim.

 

Warren Waycheshen
Chief Administrative Officer

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