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Saltair Notice of Public Hearing Rezoning of 10705 Chemainus Rd

Saltair Notice of Public Hearing Rezoning of 10705 Chemainus Rd

A electronic public meeting will be held on October 19th, 2021 at 6:00 pm. The purpose of this meeting is to receive public input regarding the proposed plan to rezone the Saltair Water Office/Workshop property at 10705 Chemainus Road. Click green Highlighted text for details

Notice of Public Hearing Area G Saltair 2021-10-01 RZ21G01 APO Notice

OCP Amendment Bylaw No. 4394 is to amend the Saltair Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2500 by re-designating the subject
property from Institutional (INS) to Suburban
Residential.  To go to CVRD Website for further information click highlighted text

There are several ways to provide input and participate listed below:

ATTEND THE PUBLIC HEARING:
There are two ways to attend the electronic Public Hearing event:

Online: Registration is required for online participation. It is recommended that you register several days in advance to ensure device and audio compatibility.

To register go to: https://cowichanvalleyrd.webex.com and enter the meeting information: 2481 756 2506. On the following page, use the ‘Register’ button to complete your registration. Once registered you will receive an email confirmation with a link for joining the meeting.

Phone: Join the meeting by calling 1.833.311.4101, when prompted enter the meeting information: 2481 756 2506 #, and when prompted enter Password: 74329899 #.

Calling in does not require pre-registration.

SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMENTS:
Written submissions can be delivered to the CVRD as follows:

Email: PublicHearings [at] cvrd [dot] bc [dot] ca
In-Person: 1st Floor (Reception Desk), 175 Ingram Street, Duncan, BC
Mail: Development Services Division, Cowichan Valley Regional District, 175 Ingram Street, Duncan, BC, V9L 1N8

The deadline for written submissions is 4:30 pm on Monday, October 18, 2021.

Please include your name and address in your submission. Prior to the Public Hearing, all submissions are placed in the Public Hearing Binder located at the Cowichan Valley Regional District Land Use Services Department front counter, and posted online at https://www.cvrd.ca/1282/Notices-and-Public-Hearings, for viewing.

All submissions will form part of the Public Hearing record. Please note that personal information, including phone numbers and email addresses should not be included in your submission, and other
information protected under the Freedom of Information act.

Posted  by Admin

Seedy Sunday 2022 Save the Date

Attention all Gardeners and Plant Lovers!

Save the Date for Seedy Sunday 2022

Now is the time to Save your Seeds and Divide up your plants for the 3rd Annual Saltair Seedy Sunday, March 6th, 2022!

Saltair Community Society will be hosting this event to be held at the Saltair Community Centre.

Saltair Society Director Lia Versaevel with prizes for Seedy Sunday participants
Saltair Community Centre Auditorium Seedy Sunday Event

Saltair Community Centre Elections Canada Voting Station

Elections Canada Vote At Saltair Community Center

Advance Voting at Saltair Community Centre Auditorium

3850 South Oyster School Road
Follow the yellow Vote Signs to the rear entrance of the Auditorium
Covid Protocol: Face Mask Required
Vote from 9:00 am to 9:00 Pm
Friday, September 10th
Saturday, September 11th
Sunday, September 12th
Monday, September 13th

GENERAL ELECTION VOTING DAY :

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2021
7:00 AM TO 7:00 PM

Saltair 2nd Annual Craft Market October 23rd

Saltair 2nd Annual Craft Market!

Please join us!

Saturday October 23rd 10:00 am to 3:00pm
Saltair Community Centre at 3850 South Oyster School Road

Quality, Hand Crafted, Locally Made Items for Sale

Admission : Cash Donation for Local Food Bank

Burgers, Hotdogs and Refreshments available from the Lions
Club Food Trailer

Vendor Applications contact : ainlet [at] shaw [dot] ca

* COVID 19 Regulations. Face Mask Required

*Sponsored by Saltair Community Society

Saltair Craft Market 2021

Saltair Community Centre Online Auction Fundraiser

Saltair Community Centre Online Auction.

The funds raised through this online auction will be applied to Community Centre building improvements  such as exterior & interior painting,  flooring replacements, and accessible washroom renovations.
The Auction will begin on Wednesday, April 28th at 8 am and run until Friday, May 7th at 7 pm.
Bids will be dollar amounts only, and payments will be e-transfer or cash.
Watch your bids carefully and remember to refresh your page to see the latest bids/comments. You will be notified via  Facebook if yours was the winning bid.
Contact-free pick up will be arranged for Saturday, May 7.
The Saltair Community Society  want to thank the local businesses and Saltarians  who have kindly donated to this fundraising auction.

SALTAIR COMMUNITY MEETING WITH HOST MP PAUL MANLY

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Paul Manly is hosting a non-partisan community meeting at:

Saltair Community Centre
Friday, March 6th from 7:00 to 8:30pm.

Paul will give a brief report on his recent work in Ottawa, and then open the floor for questions on any federal issue. All community members are invited to attend.

These community meetings are scheduled twice a year throughout the riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith. They are part of Paul’s commitment to being an accessible and accountable federal representative. More dates and locations are listed on Paul’s website at https://www.paulmanlymp.ca/events.

One question we are frequently asked is, “How is this a non-partisan event?” The answer is that Paul is there to report on his work as MP, not to talk about the Green Party. There will be no Green Party signage or literature on display at this MP hosted event. We believe it is very important that everyone feel comfortable in the meeting space, so they can hear from their MP and ask questions that are important to them.

Laurie MacMillan
Communications Coordinator
Office of MP Paul Manly

2nd Annual Saltair Seedy Sunday March 8th

Join us for the 2nd Annual Saltair Seedy Sunday!

March 8th, 2020 at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saltair Community Centre
3850 South Oyster School Road

Vendors please contact 250-606-1515 for a table

There will be: Plants, Seeds, Planters, Mulch, Compost, Bees, Honey, Jam, and so much more!

Live Music!!! Wear your dancin’ shoes!

If you have plants that you would like to exchange or sell, please let us know. You are welcome!

Please bring a reusable cup if you would like tea or coffee

Please bring a donation for the Neighborhood House Food Bank

Hosted by the Saltair Community Society
www.saltaircommunitycentre.ca

 

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Saltair’s Canada 150th Quilt on Exhibit

If you missed the chance to see Saltair’s Canada 150th Celebration Quilt, you will get another chance!

The quilt will be part of the new exhibit at the Ladysmith Museum featuring the works by Saltair Quilter’s Group.

The massive quilt features landmarks such as: Stocking Creek Falls, Big Rock at Boulder point beach, Davis Lagoon Bridge, The old Plantation, Saltair Pub and other wonderful pieces.

Opens on February 17th, 2020 BC Family Day.❤️ Ladysmith Museum on First Ave, downtown Ladysmith.

Confronting Our Climate Emergency Public Seminar Series

Confronting the  Climate Emergency-  Public Seminar Series to be held on:

Saturdays,  beginning:

February 15th, 2:00 to 4:00 pm

February 22nd, 2:00 to 4:00 pm

March 7th,           2:00 to 4:00 pm

March 14th,        2:00 to 4:00 pm  POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

CHEMAINUS UNITED CHURCH,

9814 WILLOW ST, CHEMAINUS

You are invited to attend  four climate emergency  seminars  that will deal with the science underpinning climate change and its global impacts.

The ethics and moral implications of climate change; and possible actions that will reduce the effects of climate change.

The most important session presents the perspective of youth in the crisis. The series will culminate with a panel of scientists and politicians presenting their views and actions as related to the crisis.

After their presentations  there will be ample time for questions and discussion.”

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