The District of Squamish is considering issuing a Temporary Use Permit at Unit 201 at 38026 Second Avenue.
The “Artisan” use permit would allow for a pottery studio and associated retail at the property. If approved, the Temporary Use Permit renewal would allow the pottery studio use for a period of up to three years.
All public input will be considered by the District in review of the Temporary Use Permit application. Written and email submissions can be addressed to the Director of Community Planning and will be received up until 4 pm on July 6.
Road closure notice
The District of Squamish has given notice of its intention to close to traffic land currently dedicated as “Highway Right of Way” in the Business Park.
The dedication of the “Highway Right of Way” is removed and cancelled for the Pioneer Way Extension Project.
Those who consider they are affected by the bylaw may make representations to council and should deliver a written submission to the General Manager of Corporate Services, or inform the General Manager of Corporate Services of their intention to make an oral representation, by 1 p.m. on July 15.