Public notice: Registration procedure – resolution No R2019-05-102 – 426 Main

To interested persons entitled to sign an application to take part in a referendum

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned, Town Clerk of the Town of Hudson, of the following:

Following the public consultation meeting held on March 18th, 2019 pertaining to the first draft resolution R2019-03-44, Council adopted, at its regular meeting held on May 6th, 2019, the second draft of resolution R-2019-05-102 entitled “Request for a specific construction, alteration or occupancy proposal for an immovable (SCAOPI) – 426 Main”.

The purpose of this second draft resolution is to grant the request for authorization to construct a mixed building of 20 residential units on lot 1 833 323 at 426 Main and including the following derogatory elements:
– Height of the main building of 13,97 m. instead of the maximum of 13,5 m.;
– Height of the shed dormers of 11,92 m. instead of the maximum of 11 m.;
– 33 parking spaces instead of the required 35 parking spaces;
– 368,91 sq. meters of grass and landscaped areas instead of the minimum of 600 sq. meters;

This second draft contains provisions which may cause interested persons to request that the resolution containing such provisions be submitted for their approval in accordance with the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities.

A request concerning this resolution may originate from the affected zone: C-27 and from contiguous zones R-15, R-24, R-28, R-33, R-35, R-59, R-60, R-61, R-62, R-63, REC-26, P-20, P-54, P-57, P-58, P-67, et R-69.

A sketch of the concerned zone and the contiguous zones to the said zone is below. A large sketch of the zones is also available for consultation at Town Hall.

Such an application requires that the resolution containing said provisions be submitted to the approval by the qualified voters in the concerned zone and all contiguous zones from which a valid application originates.

In order to be valid, an application must:
a. state the zone from which it originates;
b. be received at Town Hall no later than May 21, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.; and
c. be signed by at least twelve (12) interested persons in the zone from which it originates or by a majority if their number if interested persons in the zone does not exceed 21.

A form for this purpose is available HERE or at Town Hall.

Is an interested person:
a. any person not disqualified from voting and who meets the following conditions:
• is domiciled in a zone from which the application originates;
• has been domiciled for at least six (6) months in Quebec;
b. any sole owner of an immovable or sole occupant of a business establishment, not disqualified from voting and who meets the following conditions:
• has been for at least twelve (12) months, owner of an immovable or occupant of a business establishment situated in the zone from which an application may originate;
• having filed, or file at the same time as the application, a written document signed by the owner or the occupant requesting that his or her name be entered on the referendum list, as the case may be;
c. any undivided co-owner of an immovable or co-occupant of a business establishment not disqualified from voting and who meets the following conditions:
• has been for at least twelve (12) months, undivided co-owner of an immovable or co-occupant of a business establishment situated in the zone from which an application may originate;
• be designated, by means of a power of attorney signed by the majority of persons who have been co-owners or co-occupants for at least twelve (12) months as being the one having the right to sign the application in their name and be entered on the referendum list, as the case may be. The power of attorney must have been filed, or must be filed with the application.

In the case of a natural person, he or she must be of full age and a Canadian citizen, and must not be under curatorship.

In the case of a legal person, one must:
• designate by resolution one of its members, directors or employees who, is of full age, a Canadian citizen, not under curatorship, nor disqualified from voting under the law;
• having filed or file the resolution with the application, designating the person authorized to sign the application and to be entered on the referendum list, as the case may be.

Except in the case of a person designated to represent a legal person, a person shall have his or her name entered on the list in only one capacity, as per section 531 of an Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities.

The second draft of resolution no R-2019-05-102 may be consulted at the Town Hall, at 481 Main, Hudson, during office hours Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Given at Hudson
On May 13th 2019

Zoë Lafrance
Town Clerk

Sketch of the concerned zone and the contiguous zones