Meeting with citizens on short-term rentals on Saturday, March 18 (CANCELLED)
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As announced by the mayor at the last council meeting, a citizens’ meeting on short-term rentals will be held on Saturday, March 18, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., to present to the population the regulatory amendments that will soon be proposed to council for adoption as part of the revision of the urban plan.
These amendments are the result of extensive analysis and consultation on the key issue of short-term rentals. First, the Town held a public meeting on September 29, 2022, to present the issues and listen to citizens’ comments. Then, from November to December, the Town collected comments, suggestions and opinions from approximately 50 citizens, which were posted online.
After reviewing all of this information and considering that changes to our bylaws must be made to respond to Council’s orientations, the Town of Sutton invites you to come and hear the explanations that will be given at this public meeting on March 18.
Professor David Wachsmuth’s conference
At the invitation of the Town, Professor David Wachsmuth, Associate Professor at McGill University and Canada Research Chair in Urban Governance, will be sharing his knowledge of urban planning, particularly in the area of short-term rental.
The meeting will be recorded and broadcast live on the Town’s YouTube channel (in “En direct” and “Séance d’information” sections).