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File #: PH-21-001    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/6/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/15/2021 Final action: 3/15/2021
Title: Bylaw 20/2020 MDP Public Hearing and 2d & 3d readings Presented by: Katie Mahoney, Senior Long Range Planner, Planning & Development
Attachments: 1. Previously Distributed, 2. Attachment 2 EMRB Report, 3. Attachment 3 Phase 4 Engagement Report -, 4. MDP Bylaw 2020, 5. Proposed Second Reading Amendments to Flourish, 6. MDP Incorporating Proposed 2d Reading Amendments, 7. Additional Public Input - Bylaw 20_2020
TAMRMS#: B06

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Bylaw 20/2020 MDP Public Hearing and 2d & 3d readings
Presented by: Katie Mahoney, Senior Long Range Planner, Planning & Development

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RECOMMENDED MOTIONS
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1. That the public hearing on Bylaw 20/2020 be closed.

2. That Bylaw 20/2020 be read a second time.

3. That Bylaw 20/2020 be amended as set out in the document entitled "Proposed 2d Reading Amendments to Flourish" which is Attachment #5 to the Report entitled "Bylaw 20/2020 MDP Public Hearing and 2d & 3d Readings"

4. That Bylaw 20/2020, as amended, be read a third time.

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PURPOSE OF REPORT
This report discusses the proposed new Municipal Development Plan (MDP), Flourish - Growing to 100K, as background information for Council in preparation for the mandatory public hearing prior to second reading of Bylaw 20/2020.

ALIGNMENT TO PRIORITIES IN COUNCIL’S STRATEGIC PLAN
Council Strategic Plan:

Strategic Priority #1: Growth Policy Framework: Develop a robust policy framework to guide growth.

1.1 Complete revision of the Municipal Development Plan.

ALIGNMENT TO LEVELS OF SERVICE DELIVERY
Long range policy planning - the development and advancement of long range policy planning documents which proactively plan for and shape new growth and development in the city.

ALIGNMENT TO COUNCIL DIRECTION OR MANDATORY STATUTORY PROVISION
All municipalities in Alberta must, by bylaw, adopt a Municipal Development Plan (MDP). Section 632(3) of the Municipal Government Act (MGA) sets out the matters that an MDP must address (including the future land use within the municipality) and the matters that it may address. The legislation further stipulates that an MDP must be consistent with any Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) in respect of land that is identified in both the MDP and the IDP. To ensure compliance with this provision, the bylaw that adopted the 2001 IDP between the City of St. Albert and Sturgeon County was repealed on December 7, 2020. In addition to the requi...

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