Request for Feedback: Municipal Boundary Adjustment
The Towns of Paradise and Portugal Cove-St.Philip’s have agreed to adjust their shared municipal boundary line to accurately reflect the development pattern and servicing responsibilities within the Country Gardens Subdivision.
The Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs has appointed Dillion Consulting Limited to carry out the legislative requirements for a Municipal Boundary Adjustment under the Municipalities Act, 1999.
In-person Public Hearings are currently suspended due to COVID-19. In lieu of an in-person Public Hearing, the public are invited to provide their feedback on the proposed Municipal Boundary Adjustment through a 30-day Public Comment Period between May 18 and June 18, 2021.
Feedback can be provided, via email to Jennifer Brown at [email protected], or by mail to Dillon Consulting St. John’s office at 45 Hebron Way, Suite 202, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1A 0P9.
A copy of the draft Feasibility Study and proposed Municipal Boundary Adjustment are available upon request from Dillon.
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