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Appendix A - List of persons/public bodies identified in Subsection 5(9) of O. Reg. 545/06

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5(9) Notice shall be given, by personal service, ordinary mail or fax, to all the following persons and public bodies, except those who have notified the clerk of the municipality or the secretary-treasurer of the planning board that they do not wish to receive notice:
  1. The clerk of every upper-tier municipality having jurisdiction in the area to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  2. The clerk of the lower-tier municipality to which the proposed by-law would apply, if the notice is given by the County of Oxford.
  3. The secretary-treasurer of every planning board or municipal planning authority having jurisdiction in the area to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  4. The secretary of every school board having jurisdiction in the area to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  5. The secretary-treasurer of every conservation authority having jurisdiction in the area to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  6. The secretary of every municipal or other corporation operating an electric utility in the local municipality or planning area to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  7. The secretary of every company operating a natural gas utility in the local municipality or the planning area to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  8. The Executive Vice-President, Law and Development, of Ontario Power Generation Inc.
  9. The secretary of Hydro One Inc.
  10. The secretary of every company operating an oil or natural gas pipeline in the local municipality or the planning area to which the proposed by-law would apply.

    10.1 Every propane operator of a propane operation, if,
    i. any part of the propane operation’s hazard distance is within the area to which the proposed by-law would apply, and
    ii. the clerk of the municipality or the secretary-treasurer of the planning board has been notified of the propane operation’s hazard distance by a director appointed under section 4 of the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000.

  11. If any of the land to which the proposed by-law would apply is within 300 metres of a railway line, the secretary of the company operating the railway line.
  12. The chair or secretary of the municipal heritage committee of the municipality, if any, if the land to which the proposed by-law would apply includes or adjoins a property or district designated under Part IV or V of the Ontario Heritage Act.
  13. If any of the land to which the proposed by-law would apply is within or abuts the area covered by the Niagara Escarpment Plan, the senior planner of the district office of the Niagara Escarpment Commission having jurisdiction over that land or the abutted area, as the case may be.
  14. Parks Canada, if any of the land to which the proposed by-law would apply adjoins a historic site, park or historic canal under the jurisdiction of Parks Canada.
  15. The Niagara Parks Commission, if any of the land to which the proposed by-law would apply adjoins the Niagara Parkway or is in the jurisdiction of the Niagara Parks Commission.
  16. The St. Lawrence Parks Commission, if any part of the land to which the proposed by-law would apply adjoins the 1000 Islands Parkway and is in the jurisdiction of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission under section 9 of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission Act.
  17. The clerk of every municipality and the secretary-treasurer of every municipal planning authority or planning board if any part of the municipality, municipal planning area or planning area is within one kilometre of the land to which the proposed by-law would apply.
  18. The chief of every First Nation council, if the First Nation is located on a reserve any part of which is within one kilometre of the area to which the proposed by-law would apply. O. Reg. 545/06, s. 5 (9).