Public hearing scheduled at Port Alberni City Hall

Applicants are proposing a 13-lot subdivision.

The two properties at 2881 Burde Street and 2911 Burde Street. SCREENSHOT

A public hearing will be held on Monday, May 29 regarding an application to turn two properties into 13 residential parcels.

The applicants are applying to amend the Official Community Plan Bylaw and the Zoning Bylaw to facilitate a subdivision application. They are proposing a 13-lot subdivision.

The larger of the two properties at 2881 Burde Street is 1.7 hectares in size, and approximately half of it is treed. The second property is a vacant parcel addressed as 2911 Burde Street and is 1.5 hectares. It is fully treed.

Anyone who deems their interest in the property will be affected by these amendments will be afforded an opportunity to be heard before council. Written submissions will be accepted at City Hall until 4:30 on May 29.

The full agenda for Monday night’s public hearing can be found online at

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