A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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79.5. The council of a regional county municipality must designate, in every municipality in whose territory the by-laws provided for in section 79.1 or 79.2 apply, an officer to be responsible for enforcing those by-laws.
The council may, with the consent of the municipality concerned, designate such an officer to enforce a by-law provided for in section 79.3.
Section 120 applies to an officer referred to in this section, with the necessary modifications.
2002, c. 68, s. 3; 2021, c. 72021, c. 7, s. 6.
79.5. The regional county municipality shall hold a public meeting in every municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law and whose representative on the council so requests during the sitting at which the draft by-law is adopted.
The regional county municipality shall also hold such a meeting in any other municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law and whose council so requests within 20 days after transmission of the draft by-law. The clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall transmit to the regional county municipality, within the same time, an authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the request.
In every case, the regional county municipality shall hold at least one public meeting in its territory.
For the purposes of the first two paragraphs, where the sittings of the council of a municipality are held in the territory of another municipality, the territory is deemed to be that of the former municipality and to be situated within the territory of the regional county municipality.
2002, c. 68, s. 3.