NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING FOR OCTOBER 15th, 2020 CONCERNING A PROPOSED ZONING BY- LAW AMENDMENT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING FOR OCTOBER 15th, 2020 CONCERNING A PROPOSED ZONING BY- LAW AMENDMENT

SchreiberSeptember 22, 2020
A Council-initiated Zoning By-law Amendment is being processed which effects all private lands in the Township of Schreiber, District of Thunder Bay. A location map is not attached to this Notice as all private lands in the Township are affected. The purpose of this By-law is to assist existing lots of record with lesser lot area and/or frontage than required by the Zoning By-law to increase in size, without triggering a variance, even if they continue to remain substandard after a lot addition consent or merger with another lot. TAKE NOTICE That the Council of the Township of Schreiber will
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PASS BYLAW FOR 2020 BUDGET ALLOCATIONS

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PASS BYLAW FOR 2020 BUDGET ALLOCATIONS

SchreiberSeptember 18, 2020
Please take notice that the Council of the Township of Schreiber intends to pass a Bylaw to adopt the 2020 estimates of revenues and expenses for the 2020 budget year. The 2020 Budget Bylaw will be considered at a Public Meeting to be held at 7:00 PM Tuesday, September 29, 2020 in the Municipal Complex Council Chamber located at 204 Alberta Street, Schreiber, Ontario during the regular Council Meeting. A copy of the proposed Bylaw may be examined at the Municipal Office, 204 Alberta Street, Schreiber, Ontario.  Please contact the Treasurer, Marlene Bottomley, should you have questions regarding the Bylaw.
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Bear Tips

Bear Tips

SchreiberSeptember 15, 2020
The potential for human-bear interactions increases when there are less natural food sources available. This is when food sources such as garbage, fruit trees and bird seed can draw bears into populated areas. If you have a fruit tree attracting bears, we encourage you to harvest the fruit from the trees to reduce the number of unwanted visits in your neighbourhood. Follow these tips to prevent an unwanted visit by bears foraging for food: • Garbage: eliminate odours. Put garbage in containers that have tight fitting lids and only put it out the morning of garbage day, not the night
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