A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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79.13. Not later than 15 days before a public meeting is held, the secretary of the regional county municipality shall publish in a newspaper circulated in the territory of every municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law a notice of the date, time and place and the purpose of the meeting the secretary shall, within the same period, have a copy of the notice posted in the office of every municipality whose territory is concerned.
A summary of the draft by-law must be included with the notice or distributed, within the time prescribed in the first paragraph, to every address in the territory concerned. In the latter case, a notice of the date, time and place and the purpose of every meeting planned shall be enclosed with the summary.
Every notice must mention that a copy of the draft by-law and the summary may be consulted at the office of the regional county municipality and at the office of every municipality whose territory is concerned.
2002, c. 68, s. 3; 2003, c. 19, s. 18; 2010, c. 10, s. 112, s. 113, s. 116; 2021, c. 72021, c. 7, s. 6.
79.13. Where the Commission receives applications from at least five qualified voters in a municipality whose territory is concerned by the by-law, filed in accordance with section 79.12 in respect of the by-law, the Commission shall, within 60 days after the expiry of the period prescribed in that section, give its assessment of the conformity of the by-law with the objectives of the RCM plan and the provisions of the complementary document.
An assessment stating that the by-law is not in conformity with the objectives of the plan and the provisions of the complementary document may include the suggestions of the Commission on ways to ensure conformity.
The secretary of the Commission shall transmit a copy of the assessment to the regional county municipality and to the applicants.
The secretary of the regional county municipality shall see to it that a copy of the assessment is posted in the office of every municipality whose territory is concerned by the by-law.
2002, c. 68, s. 3; 2003, c. 19, s. 18; 2010, c. 10, s. 112, s. 113, s. 116.
79.13. Where the Commission receives applications from at least five qualified voters in a municipality whose territory is concerned by the by-law, filed in accordance with section 79.12 in respect of the by-law, the Commission shall, within 60 days after the expiry of the period prescribed in that section, give its opinion on the conformity of the by-law with the objectives of the development plan and the provisions of the complementary document.
An opinion stating that the by-law is not in conformity with the objectives of the plan and the provisions of the complementary document may include the suggestions of the Commission on ways to ensure conformity.
The secretary of the Commission shall transmit a copy of the opinion to the regional county municipality and to the applicants.
The secretary-treasurer of the regional county municipality shall see to it that a copy of the opinion is posted in the office of every municipality whose territory is concerned by the by-law.
2002, c. 68, s. 3; 2003, c. 19, s. 18.
79.13. Where the Commission receives applications from at least five qualified voters in a municipality whose territory is concerned by the by-law, filed in accordance with section 79.12 in respect of the by-law, the Commission shall, within 60 days after the expiry of the period prescribed in that section, give its opinion on the conformity of the by-law with the objectives of the development plan and the provisions of the complementary document.
An opinion stating that the by-law is not in conformity with the objectives of the plan and the provisions of the complementary document may include the suggestions of the Commission on ways to ensure conformity.
The secretary of the Commission shall transmit a copy of the opinion to the regional county municipality and to the applicants.
The secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall post a copy of the opinion in the office of the municipality whose territory is concerned by the by-law.
2002, c. 68, s. 3.