Public notice from the City of Ottawa re: 333 Huntmar Drive
The Council of the City of Ottawa proposes to close a portion of Huntmar Drive that was dedicated as public highway in error by By-law 2014-154.
By-law 2014-154 was passed to establish Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 on Plan 4R 27297 as common and public highway. The described parts were not intended for public highway use, but were transferred to the City through a Site Plan Control application (City File No. D07-12-13-0027) as a stormwater management facility (Part 1) and creek block (Parts 2, 3 and 4).
The Planning Committee will hear, in person or by counsel or agent, any person who applies to be heard concerning this closure. If you have objections, please contact in writing the undersigned on or before October 7th, 2014.
To receive additional information or a copy of a map showing the proposed closure, please contact:
Planning and Growth Management Department
City of Ottawa
110 Laurier Avenue West, 4th Floor
613-580-2424, extension 16481
Moore explains: “The Road Closure is technical in nature, and has no impact on any actual part of road which is to be driven. An error occurred when the Tanger Outlet Centre transferred a creek corridor and stormwater management pond to the City, and this corridor was accidentally classified as a public road. Thus the notice to close road is to simply remove the classification of ‘road’ from the creek. A formal process is required to remove the ‘road’ classification from these lands.”