Take notice that the following development permits for the proposed uses listed below have been approved by the Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8.
Any person wishing to appeal the decision may do so by filing a written notice of appeal, outlining the reasons for the appeal, within 21 days to the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, Municipal District of Bighorn, Box 310, Exshaw, Alberta TOL 2CO. The applicable fee, must be submitted with the appeal letter.
*Note: This permit is a Permitted Use. No appeal lies in respect of the issuance of a development permit for a permitted use unless the provisions of the Land Use Bylaw were relaxed, varied or misinterpreted (Section 685(3) of the Municipal Government Act).
**Note: This permit is a Discretionary Use. This decision will be advertised in the local newspaper. The decision, or conditions attached thereto, may be appealed by an affected party in writing, including a statement as to the reasons for the appeal, within twenty-one (21) days of this advertisement to the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, M.D. of Bighorn Municipal Office, Box 310, Exshaw, Alberta, T0L 2C0. The applicable appeal fee must be submitted with an appeal letter. The applicant may appeal within twenty-one (21) days of receipt of this decision.
The applicant may appeal within twenty-one (21) days of receipt of this decision.The above mentioned permits shall not come into effect until 21 days from the date this notice is displayed. Further information regarding these permits may be obtained from the M.D. of Bighorn No. 8 Municipal Office at 673-3611 or 233-7678 (Calgary Direct Line).
***If a decision with respect to a development permit application in respect of a direct control district is made by council, there is no appeal to the subdivision and development appeal board; or is made by a development authority, the appeal is limited to whether the development authority followed the directions of council, and if the subdivision and development appeal board finds that the development authority did not follow the directions it may, in accordance with the directions, substitute its decision for the development authoritys decision. (Section 641(4) of the Municipal Government Act).