a Public Meeting on allowing up to four dwelling units on residential properties, plus developing a Heritage Property Tax Relief program
EBO Follow-up: coming soon!
Minutes: not yet available
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Meeting Location: Council Chambers
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🏘️🗺️ Amendments to the Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw
Proposal to amend the Zoning Bylaw to allow up to four dwelling units on residentially zoned parcels of land
The proposal also changes terminology to align with the province, introducing "additional residential units" and removing "second suites" and "detached acessory dwelling units"
↪️📥 Referred Items
📝📑 Advisory Committee Reports
📃🏰 Heritage Barrie
💸😅 Heritage Property Tax Relief
Staff Memo: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=12513037&GUID=9C9A27D1-467D-49CA-8B26-BD558CFB55D7 from L. Munnoch, Planner to Heritage Barrie Committee
Recommending Development Services and Finance to develop a Heritage Property Tax Relief program under the Ontario Heritage Act
Nobody on the Committee would put this on the floor, so there was no discussion, and the recommendation was not even considered
📑🗂 Staff Reports