Notice of Appeal Decision
Posted on Wednesday April 11, 2018 at 11:45AM
This is to notify you that an appeal against Development Permit No. 001-18 with regards to the following:
Development Permit No.: 001-18
Land Description: SE 32-56-20 W4
Proposal: Sand Extraction
Appellant: Peter & Theresa Lysyk, Victoria & David Burzminski, Paul & Michael Broda, Marshall & Brenda Broda, Murray & Jeanette Hosack, Clarke & Kimberly Marshall
was considered by the SUBDIVISION & DEVELOPMENT APPEAL BOARD on April 5, 2018, and the decision with regard to the appeal is as follows:
The purpose of the hearing was to gather evidence and information from involved and concerned parties in order to give the Board Members enough information to make an informed decision on the appeal of this development.
The Senior Planning & Development Officer presented her report which stated that Lamont County has followed the proper protocols to receive this development permit to extract natural resources from this land.
The appellant’s representative stated their reasons for appealing the development permit. Although very compelling concerns brought forward by the group, the concerns were with the plant operation and not with this specific development permit for sand extraction from another site.
Upon hearing the evidence presented, the Board upheld the decision of the municipal planning commis-sion to issue DP 001-18 and authorizes the development to proceed as originally proposed.
In making its decision, the Board took into consideration the concerns raised and information provided by the Appellants as well as the statements by the Senior Planning and Develoment Officer. The Board has determined that Lamont County have met all required criteria as mentioned in the development permit.
April 11, 2018
A decision of the Subdivision & Development Appeal Board is final and binding on all parties and persons, subject only to an appeal upon question of jurisdiction or law pursuant to the Municipal Government Act. An application for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal shall be made:
a) to a judge of the Court of Appeal;
b) within 30 days after the issue of the order, decision, permit or approval sought
to be appealed.
Author: Lamont County
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