samedi 11 août 2007

Ile Canard Blanc Development

Voici le Plan de la Subdivision
Canton D'Hartwell
Comte de Papineau
Cheneville, September 1, 1923

NOTE: signed by Monique Laberge (pour le ministre) on May 19, 2006 with stamp "Copie authentique de L'Original".
above & to the right of D'Hartwell

Does not the signature by Monique Laberge (pour le ministre) on May 19, 2006 mean that a provincial department was aware of the transfer?

With respect to the discussion of droit acquis versus environment, should a purchase of land clearly marked for a 60 unit development be allowed to proceed by the municipal and/or provincial governments if said development is based on a subdivision plan from 1923?

Would it not have been better for all stakeholders and the quality of the water of Lac Simon (our silent partner) if the purchase of the land was based on new larger in size/fewer in quantity lots?

A greener vision: Could not the interior of the island/center of the development be converted (sold) to the government as crown land and attached to the northern 2/3 of the island that already is crown land (ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune) and could not the shoreline lots be increased in size?

Merci pour les photos/Thanks for the pictures.
Keep them coming!

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