The site will be naturally fenced-in and 24/7 on-site security will be present. Sanitation and garbage handling protocols will be implemented in addition to enforcing a no drugs and alcohol policy in order to ensure Village Magino will be safe for Dubreuilville residents.
Village Magino will have several positive impacts on Dubreuilville and its citizens like you. It is expected to contribute a 10% revenue increase to the municipal tax budget. This will convert into a more acceptable taxation level for the citizens. Village Magino will also increase the real estate value of other homes by adding 50 new modern residential units that will help attract new families.
To avoid traffic within the municipality, Village Magino will mainly be accessible via HWY 519 road exit onto Goudreau Road. An extension bypass application has been submitted in order to build access at the end of rue St-Joseph onto the Goudreau Mine Road. Quiet hours will also be implemented in order to reduce traffic noise and encourage symbiosis with community hours.
Yes. Everyone will have an opportunity to attend several community information sessions by phone or virtually. The following first public meetings were held on :
The Council of the Corporation of the Township of Dubreuilville will also hold a public meeting on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. to consider the application for Temporary Use By-law. Consult the full public notice.
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Quiet hours will be implemented and enforced. Thus, Village Magino will be surrounded by its natural treed perimeter in addition to the construction of a sound wall, which will reduce noise decibels (dB) and light pollution by using these natural visual and engineered barriers.