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Kelowna Resident Disputes Building Bylaw Violation
Regional District (of Central Okanagan)
Notice of Bylaw Contravention and Stop Work
January 25, 2015
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This is only one property owners letter they sent to the
Regional District of Central Okanagan in regards to a letter RDCO sent them
saying their building was in violation due to occupancy and that an occupancy
permit had not been granted.
RDCO Building Bylaw #835
20.1 Any person who breaches any provision of this bylaw commits an
offence and is liable, upon prosecution, to the penalties provided under
4 Unless otherwise specifically provided in an enactment, a person who is
convicted of an offence
is liable to a fine of not more than $2,000 or to
imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or to both.
A round table for Mayors
Castanet.net - by Grant Scott - Story: 74400 - Apr
The four member municipalities of the Inter-Municipal Services
Advisory Board - Kelowna, West Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton - are
continuing their work on common municipal issues including transit
governance, the Okanagan Basin Water Board and environmental
The board is made up of the four municipal mayors and chief
On Friday, April 20, Kelowna Mayor Walter Gray, Vernon Mayor Robert
Sawatzky, West Kelowna Mayor Doug Findlater and Penticton Mayor Dan
Ashton met to plan ahead for the rest of 2012.
“By continuing to work together, the four municipalities are able to
address areas of mutual concern, which will be a benefit to all the
citizens of the Okanagan Valley,” says Penticton Mayor Dan Ashton.
In the past, that has included agreement on a common Safe Premises
bylaw to handle properties found to be cultivating illegal drugs,
the launching a Bylaw Dispute Adjudication
System and lobbying for continued support of the
Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of the RCMP,
dedicated to organized crime activity.
This time around, the group discussed partnership opportunities with
BC Transit, which is considering implementing a three-person panel
to work with municipalities on planning.
The Mayors agreed that larger centres would like to work in tandem
with its provincial transit partner, making the panel available to
assist smaller centres with planning.
The group also noted it is looking forward to the Okanagan Basin
Water Board’s strategic planning session scheduled for early June,
and would call on municipal peers at the coming Southern Interior
Local Government Association (SILGA) convention in Revelstoke to
offer the OBWB suggestions and recommendations for consideration
during its planning process.
Penticton Mayor Dan Ashton also broached the topic of environmental
permitting issues relating to the reconstruction of streamside
infrastructure, such as dike systems.
The City of Penticton will take the lead on the matter, writing a
letter to senior government to review the lengthy and often costly
process required before municipalities are able to conduct needed
Mayors Gray, Sawatzky, Findlater and Ashton signed two joint letters
at the meeting: one to Premier Christy Clark seeking funding support
for private landowners for forest fire mitigation and the other to
the Union of BC Municipalities seeking a change in how funds are
allocated under the Gas Tax Agreement.
Ongoing concerns that impact all member municipalities were also
discussed, including enforcement of lakeshore zoning regulations and
the RCMP policing agreement.
Inter-Municipal Services Advisory Board meetings are held quarterly
and alternate between municipalities. The four mayors represent more
than 80 per cent of the Okanagan’s population.
Changes to fire code welcomed by B.C. chiefs
Keremeos Review - March 30, 2010
BC’s Fire Chiefs’ applaud the government for changes to the B.C.
fire code announced in mid March. A change that will require every
private home and hotel or motel room built before 1979 to have smoke
alarms installed by May 1, 2010. “This is an issue that the Fire
Chiefs’ Association of BC began lobbying for last year”, says FCABC
President Stephen Gamble, “we are very happy to see that the
government acted upon it so quickly in the interest of public
Previously buildings built after 1979 were required to have smoke
alarms. This new law will also increase public awareness, helping to
reduce the health risks and property damage caused by fire in older
The Fire Chiefs’ Association of British Columbia represents almost
350 fire chiefs and regional fire managers throughout the province.
April 8, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance and
Services Committee Meeting Minutes
6. Development Services
6.1 Bylaw Dispute Adjudication Program (follow-up report)
Staff report dated
March 30, 2010 outlined the background information on the bylaw adjudication
program. Since late 2009 staff have further participated in meetings by the
Okanagan Valley Adjudication Group and took the opportunity to explain why
participation of the Regional District is not appropriate in that the program is
intended for minor issues such as parking violations. The Regional District does
not have a traffic bylaw and tickets are primarily issues under the dog
control function. Due to the complexities in dog control service, these tickets
are not suitable for the adjudication program.
Staff highlighted the dog
control policies with regards to ticketing. The public has the option to dispute
a ticket, and if they do, the court system is the only option.
reviewing the compliance issues and actions.
THAT the Regional District of Central Okanagan not participate in the Okanagan
Valley Bylaw Dispute Adjudication Program;
AND FURTHER THAT staff be directed
to investigate the Okanagan Valley Program for actual costs and results in the
year after its implementation.
|April 8, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Regional
Board Meeting Agenda
Agenda - April 8, 2010.pdf
Item 2.4 Bylaw Dispute Adjudication Program.pdf
Agenda No: 2.4
Mtg Date: Apr 8, 2010
Regional Board Report
TO: Regional Board
DATE: April 8, 2010
SUBJECT: Bylaw Dispute Adjudication Program
Full report from the April 8, 2010 Governance & Services Committee
G&S Committee Meeting April 8, 2010
Item 6.1 Bylaw Dispute Adjudication Program.pdf
THAT the Regional Board not participate in the Okanagan Valley Bylaw
AND FURTHER THAT staff be directed to investigate the Okanagan
Valley Program for actual
costs and results in the year after its implementation.
April 8 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Special Board
Meeting Minutes (Pg. 2)
2.4 Bylaw Dispute Adjudication
THAT the Regional District of Central Okanagan not participate in
the Okanagan Valley Bylaw Dispute Adjudication Program;
AND FURTHER THAT staff be directed to investigate the Okanagan
Valley Program for actual costs and results in the year after its
|Local Government Act
Cancellation of note against land title
58 (1) On receiving a report from a building inspector
that the condition that gave rise to the filing of the notice under
section 57 (3) has been rectified, the corporate officer must
file a cancellation notice and, on receiving the notice, the
registrar of land titles must cancel the note against the title to
which it relates.
(2) An owner of land with respect to which a notice has been filed
section 57 (3), may apply to the council for a resolution that
the note be cancelled.
(3) After hearing an applicant under subsection (2), the council may
pass a resolution directing the corporate officer to file a
(4) If a resolution has been passed under subsection (3), the
corporate officer must file a cancellation notice in the land title
office and, on receiving the notice, the registrar of land titles
must cancel the note against the title to which it relates.
(5) If the council does not pass a resolution under subsection (3),
the owner may apply to the Supreme Court and notify the municipality
to attend before the court to show cause why the note should not be
(6) On an application under subsection (5), after reviewing any
evidence that the owner and the municipality may adduce, the court
may make an order directing the registrar to cancel the note made
section 57 (5) and, on receiving the order, the registrar of
land titles must cancel the note accordingly.
This letter from RDCO Chief Building Inspector says the
It is possible for occupancy to be granted
even though the building may not be one hundred per cent completed.
In order to obtain occupancy the building must be safe to occupy and capable of
functioning as a single family dwelling as described in the BC Building Code.
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Regional District of Central Okanagan Bylaw #835
1.1 In this bylaw the
following definitions shall apply:
"Completion Certificate" means an occupancy permit.
j) "Occupancy" means the use or intended use of a building or part
thereof for the shelter or support of persons, animals or property.
k) "Occupancy Permit" shall mean an inspection form, corresponding
with the occupancy inspection, which shows that
the Inspector considered that no further
inspections were necessary and that the project authorized by the
permit was considered to be complete and ready for use at
the time of the occupancy inspection.
n) "Permit" shall mean the
document issued under the authority of this bylaw which authorizes
an owner to proceed with the project as described on the permit form
and related documents.
o) "Project" shall mean construction,
erection, repair, alteration, enlargement, addition, installation,
demolition, removal or change of class of occupancy.
7.9 No person shall change the occupancy
of a building or part of a building without first obtaining a permit
from the Inspector which authorizes the change.
7.10 No owner, agent or tenant shall
allow use of a project or portion of a project for which a permit is
required under this bylaw, without first obtaining an occupancy
For all other projects and additions and alterations thereto the
required inspections are:
f) Occupancy inspection - after the project or a portion thereof is
complete and ready for use, prior to any occupation of the whole or
any portion of the project.
19.10 When doing an occupancy inspection, the Inspector is
authorized to review only the following items:
a) where Registered
Professionals are involved with the project, their Schedule 'Cs;
b) Completeness of exterior finish including height above grade;
c) installation of required wall flashings and masonry supports;
d) driveway designed to keep runoff out of garage/carport;
e) down spout termination;
f) deadbolt latches, security screws, door viewers, NRP hinges;
g) interior and exterior handrails;
h) correct size and location of interior and exterior guardrails;
i) completeness of interior floor, wall and ceiling finishes;
j) smoke alarms in place and functioning;
k) doors and closers in place and functioning;
I) fire exit windows in place and accessible;
m) stops and traps on plumbing - materials and placement;
n) required waterproof wall finishes in place and functioning;
o) plumbing fixtures - approved materials and connected;
p) heating system in place and operational;
q) hot water supply system in place and operational;
r) mechanical ventilation of building interior;
s) contractor's certificate for loose fill and spray applied thermal
u) required egresses, as per plan;
v) required fire alarm systems - tested and verified;
w) required emergency lighting and exit signs in place and
x) closures in fire separations - in place, type and rating;
y) exhaust systems for commercial kitchens, spray booths, etc.,
tested and signed off by a Registered Professional;
z) required fire sprinkler systems installed, tested and signed off
by a Registered Professional;
aa) fire hydrant placement, as per plan;
bb) fire department accesses, as per plan;
cc) fire extinguisher placement, as per plan;
dd) ramp slopes;
ee) disabled requirements - lever handles, handrail terminations,
highlighted risers, clear and level areas, tactile warning systems,
directional signs, door lettering, paths of travel l automatic
doorsl washroom requirements, areas of refuge, floor level changesl
exit door colours l handrail colours.
20.1 Any person who breaches any provision of this bylaw commits an
offence and is liable, upon prosecution, to the penalties provided
under the Offence Act.
|Local Government Act
Regional district building regulations
694 (3) An occupancy permit required under subsection (1) (d) may be
withheld until the building or part of
it complies with the following:
(a) the Provincial building regulations;
(b) bylaws under this section;
(c) any other health and safety requirements established by bylaw;
(d) any other federal or Provincial enactment in relation to health
|Oct. 25, 2009
To RDCO Chief Building Inspector Ray Paterson:
Ray Paterson, thank you for your correspondence of Oct. 9, 2009
demanding another building inspection by Oct 30, 2009 or else. Or else
what? What is it that you are threatening me with? I do not know how to
respond to you when I don’t have a clue what you mean by this threat. I
feel it only prudent and fair that you clarify what it is you are
threatening me with?
May I remind RDCO that my building permit has not expired and that my
last building inspection report signed and dated by you Ray Paterson
Chief Building Inspector was on June 2, 2009, which according to bylaw
#835 will not expire unless there has been no progress for over one
year. In my case the pink inspection report of June 2, 2009 shows I need
to do a couple of corrections on the progress that was made up until
June 2, 2009 besides the
SLOW, NO CHANGE interpretation of that same
inspection written on the same inspection report by the same Chief
As I read and understand the definition of occupancy permit in bylaw
f) "Completion Certificate" means an occupancy permit.
k) "Occupancy Permit" shall mean an inspection form, corresponding with
the occupancy inspection, which shows that the Inspector considered that
no further inspections were necessary and that the
project authorized by the permit was considered to be complete and ready
for use at the time of the occupancy inspection.
I feel bylaw #835 definition of “occupancy permit” means the whole
building project is required to be finished and complete before an
occupancy permit is granted because it is one permit, despite bylaw #835
j) "Occupancy" means that use or intended use of a building or
part thereof for the shelter or support of
persons, animals or property.
Both the above occupancy definitions seem to contradict each other. One
says “complete and ready for use” and the other says “part thereof”.
What does project authorized by the permit mean? Does “the project” not
mean the entire “building permit”? To me the project authorized by the
permit being complete means the entire permit is finished and complete
and no more inspections are required. Does complete mean the whole
project authorized by the permit is unfinished and incomplete to RDCO?
Am I wrong in my assumption? If I am wrong, please correct me.
In my case it would not matter the state of my building, occupancy
permit or not, because I need a place to live that is warm, safe and
secure this winter no matter what RDCO thinks. My building is only
partly finished as you well know, or at least should know according to
the building inspection reports thus far. I question your need to
re-inspect the building so soon since the last inspection of June 2,
2009. Did you not read or understand the last registered letter I sent
to you? What is it that you do not understand in regards to the Canadian
Charter or UN Declaration?
I have not been keeping anything hidden from the Regional District,
unlike the Ray Paterson directing unknown threats at me as stated in
your last letter dated Oct. 9, 2009. I feel that the last letter I
received from you is more like a mind game card and that this mind game
is not very professional and further that this mind game can not be
taken seriously as it is not a directive of the Regional Board members
but is instead an unspecified threat that the Chief Building Inspector
must have conjured up on his own. I don’t see in the bylaws where it
says the Chief Building Inspector has the authority to carry out a
threat on his own accord. If I am wrong, can you please point out where
it says you have authority to carry out such action?
Like I said in my last letter, I cannot permit the Regional District to
enter upon my property further, and that any further building
inspections required will be performed by hired professionals who I am
sure will not write SLOW, NO CHANGE on my building inspection report but
will instead write a professional report and who will not threaten me
with unknown recourse, nor will request unreasonable searches. May
I also remind you that
section 8.13 states quote,
No person shall rely upon any permit as establishing compliance with
this bylaw or assume or conclude that the bylaw has been administered or
enforced according to its terms. The person to whom the building permit
is issued and his or her agents are responsible for making such
I feel section 8.13 of bylaw #835 means that it is my own plus my
agent’s responsibility to make sure that the building is in compliance
with bylaw #835 and not RDCO’s responsibility. Please correct me if I am
wrong. I feel that bylaw #835 is not in compliance with the Canadian
Charter of Human Rights and Freedom nor the UN Declaration of Human
Rights and therefore I feel I need to take responsibility against the
portions of bylaw #835 not in compliance. I take it that you disagree
since you are insisting on another inspection by Oct 30, 2009. I
disagreed with you, as I pointed out in my last letter to you, so I
don’t understand why you are demanding an immediate inspection. Why are
you not recommending to the Board Member’s whom make the decisions to
take me to court if you disagree?
In my last letter to you, I stated that I will allow a building permit
inspection report when I am ready for the next building permit
inspection and before my building permit will expire on June 2, 2010
despite Bylaw #835 section 7.9 which states, No person shall change the
occupancy of a building or part of a building without first obtaining a
permit from the Inspector which authorizes the change. Please re-read
the last letter I sent you plus the Canadian Charter of Human Rights and
Freedoms and the UN Declaration of Human Rights in regards to this.
As I understand it, an occupancy permit means COMPLETE with floor finish
(linoleum) and wall finish (paint) according to RDCO bylaw #835 section
When doing an occupancy inspection, the Inspector is authorized to
review only the following items:
i) completeness of interior floor, wall and ceiling finishes;
As I understand section 19.10 of bylaw #835, I will not be granted an
occupancy permit without the drywall mudded and taped and painted and
without the floor finish (linoleum) applied to the entire building,
which I feel means RDCO will not allow occupancy of the building if
these are not complete, which you are well aware they are not complete.
If you feel I am wrong about my assumption that the whole building needs
to be complete please correct and advise me what all needs to be
complete in order to be eligible to be granted an occupancy permit. Do I
not need an inspection to show the exterior is complete? Maybe I can
comply with an occupancy permit willingly, if I have the means to comply
and I completely understand what exactly it is you require that I comply
with in order to be granted an occupancy permit. Please explain in
detail if you require the mud and taping of the drywall right down to
the paint plus what type of floor finish bylaw #835 is referring to (lino
etc.), plus what is required to be complete in each room of my building
in order for you to grant an occupancy permit. Maybe I misunderstood
what occupancy permit means to RDCO? Also, what is it that you feel is
unsafe about the building as one of your initial letters stated? Please
do not ignore my questioning and reply with answers to my questions this
time instead of ignoring me again please?
I feel section 7.9 of RDCO bylaw #835 goes against the Canadian Charter
of Human Rights and Freedoms and therefore I refuse to permit the
Regional District of Central Okanagan to force me to sleep in a tent
this winter no matter what stage my building permit may be at. I can
only afford to live in the building as I stated in my last letter. It
was minus 9 degrees for two nights in a row a couple weeks ago and I
surely would not have survived that temperature sleeping in a tent with
my poor blood circulation. My building permit has a lock on both doors
for my security, there is inspected and proper fire escape egress
through the bedroom window and all the safety factors are in place and
working, including locks on the windows, approved and inspected smoke
alarms, R20 insulation in the walls and R40 in the ceiling, vapor
barrier fully tuck taped, tar paper exterior, plus there is a pellet
stove (inspected by a previous RDCO inspector) to help keep me warm. I
have a roof over my head and am safe and secure in my building, unlike
my other option (a tent) could ever provide me. I don’t understand why
another inspection is required as you already know exactly what stage my
building is at according to the last report. My building has been built
according to code as reported in each of RDCO’s written inspection
If what I proposed in my last letter is unacceptable to RDCO then please
permit a judge to decide our disagreement. As I understand the law, a
disagreement in regards to the Canadian Charter of Human Rights and
Freedoms and/or the UN Declaration of Human Rights needs to be taken to
court and that is what I wish to happen if we cannot come to an
You may place a notice on the title of my property if that is your
future preferred unknown recourse, but may I warn you that this will do
nothing for you, as I do not plan on ever selling and
I have every intention of standing up for MY
rights to have an affordable safe, secure, and warm place to sleep
anywhere in Canada. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
tells me I have the right to live anywhere in Canada. I was born in
British Columbia Canada. I need a safe secure place to sleep no matter
if occupancy is granted or not.
I feel that the Canadian Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms plus the
UN Declaration of Human Rights would preclude RDCO’s barbaric bylaw #835
as well as Federal and Provincial Government building code and statutes
in regards to occupancy permits. In any case a judge would correct
either of us if we were wrong. It looks to me like we have a steadfast
disagreement in reading your last letter dated Oct 9, 2009 insisting I
have an inspection by Oct 30, 2009 when I just had an inspection in June
2009. Maybe this disagreement should go to court if we are so steadfast
in our thoughts? I feel you are unreasonably searching my building
asking for an inspection so soon and that I need a place to live no
matter the state of progress on the building.
May I remind you that my lawyer has advised me to
live in my building and that I was advised by my lawyer that it would be
best to have a judge decide our disagreement if absolutely necessary.
You may want to review the case of Adams vs. the City of Victoria in
regards to a tent city erected in the city park, plus re-read the UN
Declaration of Human Rights and the Canadian Charter of Human Rights and
Freedoms to help decide what unknown action you have just threatened me
with, since you did not elaborate what it is you are threatening me with
(quote, further recourse).
Let me further remind you that it is all Regional District’s, plus
Federal and Provincial Government’s mandates to combat homelessness
instead of creating homelessness! People building their own homes should
be permitted to live in them while they build, but I don’t see that to
be the case, instead I see Government building homes for people to rent
with government subsidy. The Government has completely ignored people
whom want to try and survive on their own with what they have and live
in their own home on their own property. This is only one reason why
homelessness will NEVER cease. Government does not seem to understand
that some people would rather live on the street than live in a shelter
with rules. How many shelters can the government (taxpayers) afford to
build anyway? I know I can’t afford to help invest in the banks to make
record profits off me. The Regional District cannot require me to take
out a mortgage so I can have a roof over my head if I can’t afford it.
And further to this letter, what harm has ever become of an occupier of
a building without an occupancy permit in the past. Regional Districts
have known full well someone has been occupying space without occupancy
permits for years, as in the case of my parent’s property that has had a
home built on it for close to 25 years with occupants living in it and
obviously occupying the space the entire time paying full taxes without
an occupancy permit.
Your co-operation in keeping me safe, warm and secure over future
winters would be much more appreciated rather than a costly court battle
that could cost taxpayers dearly including myself if I were to win my
case, which this would not be fair to me as a taxpayer for RDCO to loose
this court case against me, forcing me to pay as a taxpayer if I win my
case, now would it?
Further to the above, I do not understand how it came about that the
Chief Building Inspector Ray Paterson retains authority or has received
permission from Regional Board members to threaten me with anything
(letter dated Oct 9, 2009 quote, “pursuing another recourse”), as I read
nothing in the bylaws nor the Regional Board or Governance and Services
Committee agenda or minutes of the meetings in regards to this matter.
Please advise me as to what Ray Patterson the Chief Building Inspector
will be recommending to the Regional Board, as the October 9, 2009
letter does not explain anything of the sort.
I can only hope that Ray Paterson revises his stance, and that we can
work out an agreement instead of having to take this to court. I look
forward to your reply.
Kelowna Property Owner
CC: Development and Environmental Services Manager Dan Plamondon
There were a few letters back and forth and the last one was sent November
12, 2009. It is Dec. 30, 2009 now and we haven't heard anything back yet.
Update March 7, 2010: RDCO is having a board meeting about this building
violation dispute even though they haven't answered any of the questions asked
of them in the several letters sent to them. How can the property owner
comply when RDCO refuses to answer the questions?
We will keep you informed.
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[ Adv. Plan Comm. ] [ Alt. Approval ] [ Ambulance ] [ Argo Road ] [ BC Hydro ] [ Budget 2010 ] [ Budget 2011 ] [ Budget 2012 ] [ Budget 2013 ] [ Budget 2014 ] [ Budget 2015 ] [ Building Inspection ] [ Build Laws - BC ] [ Build Laws - RDCO ] [ Building Violations ] [ COW Elect 08 ] [ COW Elect. 11 ] [ Director Edgson ] [ Dogs ] [ Easement Roads ] [ EDC ] [ Elect. Boundary ] [ Environ. Advisory ] [ ESS ] [ Finance ] [ Fintry Develop ] [ Fintry Park ] [ Fire Boat ] [ Fire Bylaws ] [ Fire Dept. ] [ Fire Dept FOI ] [ Fire Hydrants ] [ Fire Minutes ] [ Fires House ] [ FOI Act ] [ Friends Fintry ] [ Garbage ] [ Garbage Area ] [ Garbage Bylaws ] [ Garb Comment 08 ] [ Garbage Contract ] [ Garbage Finance ] [ Garbage FOI ] [ Garbage FOI ] [ Garbage La Casa ] [ Garbage Locker ] [ Garbage Minutes ] [ Garbage NOWESI ] [ Garbage Ombudsman ] [ Garbage Questionaire ] [ Garbage Secret ] [ Garbage Solution ] [ Garbage Survey ] [ Garbage Traders ] [ Governance Wide ] [ Government ] [ Helicopters ] [ History ] [ Killiney Hall ] [ Killiney Park ] [ La Casa ] [ Motorized Rec. ] [ NW OCP ] [ NWCA ] [ NWCA FOI ] [ NW Parks ] [ OKIB ] [ OKIB Logging ] [ OKIB Road ] [ OKIB Tax ] [ Peacocks ] [ Police Tax ] [ Property Tax ] [ RDCO ] [ RDCO Dog Minutes ] [ RDCO Jokes ] [ RDCO Policy ] [ RDCO Regs ] [ Report Animals ] [ Septic Systems ] [ Subdiv. History ] [ T. Mtn After Fire ] [ Terrace Mnt. Fire ] [ Trench Burner ] [ Vote Box ] [ Water Budget 08 ] [ Water Budget 09 ] [ Water Budget 10 ] [ Water Bylaws ] [ Water Construct ] [ Water FOI ] [ Water Grants ] [ Water Judgements ] [ Water Laws ] [ Water Meters ] [ Water Minutes ] [ Water Rates ] [ Water Right-of-Way ] [ Water Survey ] [ Water System ] [ Water VOS ] [ Water VOS Pics ] [ Water Well Data ] [ Water Wells ] [ Westside Road ] [ WR Development ] [ WR Incorporation ] [ WR Overpass ] [ WRIC ] [ Zoning Bylaw 66 ] [ Zoning Bylaw 1981 ] [ Zoning Bylaw 871 ]
In Other Towns
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