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The Official Plan and Land Use Bylaw describe and implement the values of the community. We want to hear from you.

Watch the video of our first public meeting on our facebook page: https://fb.watch/8OPY4bPw7G/

The Official Plan and Land Use Bylaw describe and implement the values of the community. We want to hear from you.

Watch the video of our first public meeting on our facebook page: https://fb.watch/8OPY4bPw7G/

Visioning Exercise

What should change and what should stay the same in the community over the next 20 years?

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    Preserve natural areas

    by Marion, 5 months ago

    Highest of the municipality’s main objectives should be to protect and preserve forestlands, wetlands and other significant natural areas; these are critical for carbon capture, for ecosystem preservation, for clean air and water, and also to give Islanders natural recreation areas for good physical and mental health.

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    Preserve natural areas

    by Marion, 5 months ago

    Highest of the municipality’s main objectives should be to protect and preserve forestlands, wetlands and other significant natural areas; these are critical for carbon capture, for ecosystem preservation, for clean air and water, and also to give Islanders natural recreation areas for good physical and mental health.

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    An end to ribbon development and land-use changes

    by Smwilmot, 10 months ago

    The province as a whole, and the West River Municipal area is engaged in unprecedented development, our area has been radically subdivided, woodlots have been cleared and agricultural areas lost to low density residential development. I believe it is essential that before any future plan is created, we should accurately understand what has been lost in this area since 1990. When we consider the loss of agricultural land and forest areas in this historical context it will become clear that we need prioritize a plan that protects the remaining areas of natural habitat and agricultural areas to maintain the rural... Continue reading

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