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NOTICEPlease note that the October 24th, 2018 Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee Meeting has been cancelledThank you
October 10, 2018 was the first voting opportunity for Sechelt voters and numbers were down over 2014. On the first advanced voting day in 2014 there were 391 electors but yesterday 273 electors turned out.
A new Community Associations Policy was approved by Council at the October 3, 2018 Regular Council meeting.
October 2, 2018 - The search for a solution to the problems at Seawatch can and should continue, but the District of Sechelt can only do that within the proper bounds of responsible government. The Seawatch subdivision was designed, built, marketed, and sold by a private company. The District of Sechelt cannot accept the argument that when a private sector venture falters, the cost should be borne by the Sechelt taxpayers.
The Tax Sale originally scheduled for Monday, September 24, 2018 has been cancelled. There are no properties subject to tax sale. Doug Stewart Director of Corporate and Financial Services
The District of Sechelt will be holding a Public Hearing on September 25, 2018 at 7:00pm in the Community Meeting Room regarding an application to amend the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw for the four properties that comprise the Greenecourt affordable housing complex located at the intersection of Ocean Avenue and Medusa Street in the Downtown Village Neighbourhood.
Effective Friday, August 31, 2018, the Sunshine Coast Regional District has announced an escalation of water restrictions to Stage 4: a total ban on all outdoor watering. In an effort to assist residents in watering their gardens, the District of Sechelt will open the non-potable water station.
The District of Sechelt will be holding a Public Hearing regarding an amendment to District of Sechelt Zoning Bylaw No. 25, 1987 on September 5, 2018 at 6:00pm in the Community Meeting Room at the District of Sechelt.
Play the Beach Access Game to win this great prize ($220 value). Come to the Municipal Hall or the Visitor Information Centre to pick up a game card and beach access map. Every time you visit a beach access you will find a word tacked to the back of the beach access sign. Get all the words missing from the poem on the game card and you can win! The contest closes September 6 so you have all summer to play.
The District of Sechelt is proud to boast 55 beach access trails providing citizens and visitors easy access to public beaches. To encourage people to explore the many ways to get to the beach, the District launched a beach access game.