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Saltair District Ratepayers Association AGM Notice

Annual General Meeting Notice

Saltair District Ratepayers Association

Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 ,

3850 South Oyster School Road

Community Centre Auditorium

Doors open at 6:30 pm  Meeting starts at 7:00 pm

All are welcome!

Any resident of Saltair, current/past SDRA members, taxpayers

Proof of vaccination and masks are required.

Protocols for 50+ people will apply

Social distanced seating

Sorry no refreshments will be provided

Memberships:
New and renewing members come early 6:30 pm
Rates: $15 single (1 vote) , $20 family (2 votes)

Volunteers:
Both volunteers and board members are needed.

Please consider how you can get involved in your community

SDRA AGM Notice – Nov 30 2021

Please Read Recycling News Flash

Recycling Alert

Recycling Centres are unable to receive glass and foam packaging due to flood impacts and highway closures.

Starting Monday, November 22, Recycle BC has suspended the collection of all glass and foam packaging (white and coloured) from Recycle BC depots, which includes Bings Creek, Meade Creek and Peerless Road Recycling Centres.

Residents are asked to hang on to glass and styrofoam until notice is given and network routes are restored.

Per CVRD News Flash :  News Flash info

and Recycle BC https://recyclebc.ca/

Coastal Singers Concert

Come join the “Coastal Singers” for a Fun informal Concert!

Saturday, December 4th at 6PM to 7: 30PM

Saltair Community Centre Auditorium
3850 South Oyster School Road, Ladysmith BC

*Cash donation to the Food Bank would be appreciated

We sing a variety of songs from 60’s to contemporary rock to African folk, to Broadway musicals and everything in between.

**Proof of vaccination and Face Masks will be required.

Coastal Singers Group, Photo by NoHorseRanch

THANKS TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED & SUPPORTED THE 2ND ANNUAL SALTAIR FALL CRAFT MARKET

A Huge THANK YOU to all who attended and supported the Saltair Community Centre’s 2nd Annual Fall Market

Everyone was incredibly patient while waiting in line to come inside, promptly  donning masks and following COVID protocols.

There was plenty of laughter, chatting and delight in seeing old friends. Folks were  happy to be out shopping locally after such a long period of pandemic restrictions.

Thank you the incredible crafting vendors that came from all over the Island, including one from Delta BC!

A very special thanks to Ladysmith Lions Club Snack Shack  for providing hot food and beverages….such a treat to have you there as well.

Many thanks  to the Saltair Community Society Directors who hosted this fun event and to Helen who managed the frequent  spot cleaning  and sanitization.  Awesome volunteer teamwork!

Over $500 was raised for the our local Food Bank!  Thanks to all who donated.

Stay tuned for our upcoming  Coastal Singers Concert December 4th, 2021, Our Open House January 22nd 2022, 3rd Annual Seedy Sunday March 6th 2022, and our 1st Spring Craft Market April 29th, 2022!

SCS Events Coordinator

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

Saltair 3rd Annual Seedy Sunday 2022 Save the Date

Attention all Gardeners and Plant Lovers!

Save the Date for Saltair 3rd Annual 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

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Today September 30th, marks the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada

A day for healing and reflection on the harmful legacy of colonialism in Canada, including the atrocities of the residential school system. Today many will also honour the resilience of those who survived unspeakable direct and intergenerational trauma.

The following are some of the support services available to those needing help on this difficult day:
Support services for Indian residential school survivors in B.C.:
Indian Residential School Survivors Society, phone: 1 800 721-0066 or 604 985-4464
Tsow-Tun Le Lum for Indigenous peoples in B.C., phone: 1 888 403-3123
The Métis Crisis Line for Métis people in B.C., available 24 hours a day at 1 833 638-4722
The KUU-US Crisis Line Society provides a 24-hour, provincewide Indigenous crisis line for Indigenous peoples in B.C.
Adults, call 250 723-4050
Children and youth, call 250 723-2040. Toll-free: 1 800 588-8717
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line for Indigenous people across Canada: Phone toll-free 1 855 242-3310 or chat online: www.hopeforwellness.ca/
24-Hour National Crisis Line for residential school survivors and others affected: 1 866 925-4419
Orange Commemorative T- Shirts can be purchased at Oyster Bay Husky and Esso stations north of Ladysmith
Orange Commemorative T- Shirts can be purchased at Oyster Bay Husky and Esso stations north of Ladysmith

Notice of Public Hearing CVRD Bylaw No 4270

 Notice of Public Hearing CVRD Bylaw No 4270

For your Information:

CVRD has issued at Notice of Public Hearing regarding the first phase of consolidation of the existing Official Community Plans for Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E, F,  G, H and I into a single official community plan.

Public Hearing will be held on September 21st, 2021 at 6:00 pm Click on the document below for complete details:

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This meeting will be conducted by electronic means due to the COVID 19 Pandemic

WAYS T0 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: 146 246 6637. 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 hearing by calling 1.833.311.4101, when prompted enter 146 246 6637# and when prompted enter Password: 98942633#. Calling in does not require pre-registration.

For more details on electronic Public Hearings please visit our website: https://www.cvrd.ca/1282/Notices-and-Public-Hearings

On the day of the Public Hearing, if you experience technical difficulties joining or participating in the hearing, please call 250.746.2500, extension 2222.

A CVRD staff person will be available to provide technical assistance starting from 4:30 p.m. on the day of the hearing until the close of the hearing

Saltair Water System Receives 3.9 Million in Funding For Filtration Upgrade

3.9 Million in Funding Received for Filtration Upgrade Project

Saltair is receiving 3.9 million government funding to begin a water filtration upgrade project required to meet provincial drinking water guidelines.  Please read the attached official news release from the Cowichan Valley Regional District.

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