RVers asked to get in on the Alberni zoning bylaw review

The zoning bylaw review process will cover items such as where you can park your recreational vehicle.

To the Editor,

The other day I wrote different communities to find out what there position was on Residential Recreational Vehicle Parking in their community.

I e-mailed the following: Town of Qualicum Beach, Parksville, City of Nanaimo. To date, I have heard from Qualicum Beach and Nanaimo.

Their regulations are ones that encourage folks to enjoy a healthy lifestyle and to be respectful of their neighbours.

Please share this information with others and mark your calendars for the “Zoning Bylaw Review” community meeting and open house: Monday, June 17. Open House:  4-6 p.m. Presentation/Q&A: 6:30-8 p.m.

Six issues will be reviewed: Suites in residential neighbourhoods; Seniors and special needs housing; RV parking; commercial revitalization; chickens and bees; and urban agriculture.

Consider driving and parking your RV at Echo Centre.

Happy Trails,

Gerry Walerius,

Port Alberni

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