Land Use Planning Steward

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The Land Use Planning Steward speaks for the overall land use of the ecovillage. This will be an intensive responsibility prior to ground-breaking, but should lessen thereafter.

Duties and responsibilities prior to ground breaking include:

  • In collaboration with all members, coming up with a Permaculture design and site plan, for both built and natural environments.
  • Research, analysis, and synthesis from the Salt Spring Island Official Community Plan and Capitol Regional District Land Use Bylaw #355.
  • Liaison with Island Trust planners to assure compliance with what might be practical in a re-zoning application.
  • Liaison with public officials about needed zoning and bylaw changes.
  • Prepare and deliver presentations to public officials and at public hearings.
  • "Shepherd" the re-zoning through the process.

As Land Use Planning Steward, I intend to integrate Permaculture ethics, principles, and design patterns with the Salt Spring Island Official Community Plan and the local Land Use Planning Bylaw, to come up with a sustainable land use plan that has the greatest possible chance of getting through the re-zoning process. -- Jan Steinman 17:25, 8 April 2008 (PDT)

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