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Area G Saltair Public Information Meeting Bylaw No. 4427 Landslide Hazard

CVRD NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING

Open House

Thursday, June 2, 2022

Electoral Area G – Saltair

Bylaw No. 4427 Development Permit Area 7: Landslide Hazard

Date: June 2, 2022

Time: 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Location Saltair Community Centre, located at 3850 South Oyster School Road

Doors open at 2:30 pm

Presentation: 3:00 pm

Presenters: Rick Guthrie, P. Geo and Hawley Beaugrand, P. Geo, Stantec Consulting

PURPOSE OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING:

The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) conducted field studies in the Saltair area in 2021 which examined natural hazards in the coastal zone, local drivers of slope instability and potential impacts of sea level rise. The purpose of the public open house is to provide further opportunity to present and discuss the Saltair Coastal Slope Stability Assessment and draft Bylaw No. 4427 Development Permit Area 7: Landslide Hazard 9DPA 7).

Draft Bylaw No. 4427 Development Permit Area 7: landslide Hazard, which guides development activities in area that may be subject to natural hazards, has been amended to include the report recommendations and new mapping. The map shown outlines the parcels which are subject to draft Bylaw No. 4427.

The full report “Saltair Coastal Slope Stability Assessment” is located here:

https://www.cvrd.ca/3199/Risk-Assessment-Reports

Draft Bylaw No. 4427 Development Permit Area 7: Landslide Hazard (DPA 7) can be accessed here:

https://www.cvrd.ca/3406/Planning—Strategic-Initiatives-Draft-B

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Coralie Breen, Manager, Planning- Strategic Initiatives Division, Land Use Services Department, Phone: 250-746-2625 or 1.800.665.3955/ Email: Coralie [dot] Breen [at] cvrd [dot] bc [dot] ca

Area G (excluding the Gulf Islands)

Saltair Community Centre Open House

SALTAIR CENTRE OPEN HOUSE/ HERITAGE EVENT

SATURDAY MARCH 26 2022 1pm- 3pm

You are invited to tour the Saltair Community Centre!

The volunteer run Saltair Community Society has been remarkably busy making the center a friendly and comfortable place to host events and provide affordable rental spaces. Building improvements paid for by the Society include a newly built accessible washroom, interior painting throughout,  gym/hall floor refinishing, cedar exterior sign, new hallway flooring, custom exterior handrails, electrical upgrades, Wi-Fi stations, hot water tanks, coded door locks, chain link fence removal, carport pot lights, outdoor lighting, toilet upgrades, ageing water main replacement, pressure reducing valve, tables/ chairs for all the rooms, office furniture, concrete repairs, natural gas high efficient furnace, parking lot improvements, just too many to list them all. Come check it out!

WHO IS USING THIS FACILITY?

Some of the Community groups that rent our spaces will be on hand to demonstrate their activities. If you are interested in signing up, please join us to meet and greet the following:

Saltair Quilt & Fiber Arts Group

Chemainus Art Group

Stephanie Roth, Performing Arts Instructor, for Musical Theatre & Dance.

Coastal Singers Choir Group.

Island Sound Healing & Restorative Yoga, Alexia Dumont

IT IS A HERITAGE EVENT AS WELL

You may remember the Saltair Centennial Celebration in 2010. Historical storyboards were developed that told the stories of original families in Saltair. The Society has looked after those story boards, and they will be on display at the open house for all to see again. People loved viewing these boards and visiting with the other original Saltairites. Please join in and reminisce with old friends.

SALTAIR COMMUNITY SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

Sign up for a yearly Saltair Community Society membership. Your membership allows the Society to host three public events per year and supports the volunteers that operate the Centre.

Annual membership fee is $10/single, or $15/family and includes an “I love Saltair” button and entry in a prize draw for joining up.

Coffee, tea, and pastries will be available. See you there : )

Saltair Seedy Sunday 2022 Report

Seedy Sunday Report 2022

The Saltair Community Centre was a buzz with activity during our Annual 2022 Seedy Sunday Event. A huge crowd turned out with over 21 vendors in attendance.

Saltair Seedy Sunday 2022 Hall

Many thanks to the amazing vendors who provided top notch garden related items. Wow!  😍

Over $590.60 💰 was raised for the Chemainus Harvest House foodbank! Thank you to everyone for your donations 🥰
We certainly live in a generous community.

Special thanks to those who signed up for a membership with the  Saltair Community Society. Your patronage enables us to host fun yearly community events and also supports the Society in the operation of the Saltair Community Centre. 😊

Saltair Community Society Director Nadi Bottomley Saltair Seedy Sunday 2022

Winner of the Mason Bee Condo is local resident Jane Walton! Thank you to all who entered the raffle!

A huge and special thanks to Joe & Samantha White from Saltair Coffee Shack and Albi Denardi from Artisanal Gelato for taking time from their busy schedules to be part of our Saltair Seedy Sunday Event. Very much appreciated 💐

Artisanal Gelato Albi Denardi
Coffee Shack owner “Joe” serving coffee at the Saltair Seedy Sunday 2022
Saltair Seedy Sunday 2022

Hope to see all at our next Seedy Sunday, March 2023! 😘 😘

Warm regards,  Saltair Community Society Board of Directors