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Boisés de Châteauguay-Léry: MRC de Roussillon adopts Draft By-law 215

At its August 26 meeting, the MRC de Roussillon regional county municipality adopted Draft By-law 215, which amends the Revised Land Use Plan (SAR - By-law number 101), in order to make changes to the provisions regarding the Conservation-Viable land use. On this same occasion, the Council of Mayors also confirmed the holding of a public consultation process, which will take place over the next few months. 

Remember that very first stage was held last June 25, following the notice of motion and the tabling of the draft by-law.  The purpose of this draft by-law is to improve the environmental protection regime applicable to the Conservation-Viable land use, consistent with the Metropolitan Land Use and Development Plan (PMAD) of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM).

It is also part of a broader context, which involves the existence of court proceedings in which certain property owners are claiming nearly $58 million from the MRC, Ville de Léry and Ville de Châteauguay. The details of these proceedings will be explained in the context of the public consultation process, for which the conditions will be announced before the end of September. 

“Obviously, the summer period was not conducive to holding this type of activity.  This is why we had agreed to hold it in the fall to be able to count on everyone's presence and move this project ahead,” explains the Deputy Warden and Mayor of Châteauguay, Mr. Pierre-Paul Routhier.

Mr. Routhier explains the decision of the MRC in a video released on Facebook.

“We also note that the adoption of Draft By-law 215 lays the foundations of the discussions that can be held under the public consultation process with the organizations, community partners and citizens, who want to be heard on this subject.  In conclusion, I want to mention the very special contribution of the Deputy Warden for his engagement, transparency and actions for the preservation of these metropolitan woodlands." added the Warden of the MRC and Mayor of Delson, Mr. Christian Ouellette. 

See the draft by-law (in French)

Last update: 2020-08-30 17:25