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Bylaw 324 Emergency Management Organization Establishing Bylaw

CENTRAL COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT

EMERGENCY MEASURES ESTABLISHING BYLAW NO. 324, 2000


A bylaw to establish the Central Coast Regional District Emergency Management Organization as an extended service.


WHEREAS the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council, by BC Regulation 27/2000  has granted the Central Coast Regional District authority for an extended service to provide emergency measures under the Emergency Program Act;

AND WHEREAS the Board considers it necessary to establish an emergency measures organization to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies and disasters;

AND WHEREAS the participating area includes electoral areas A, B, C, D & E, and can be established without borrowing;

AND WHEREAS the Board deems it appropriate to become a local authority in accordance with the Emergency Program Act in and for electoral areas A, B, C, D & E.

AND WHEREAS the assent of the local electors of the electoral participating areas has been waived in accordance with Section 807 of the Municipal Act, and consent has been given pursuant to Section 811 of the Municipal Act.

AND WHEREAS the directors of the Electoral Areas A, B, C, D & E have consented in writing to adoption of this bylaw;

NOW THEREFORE the Board of the Central Coast Regional District in open meeting assembled, enacts as follows:

SERVICE

1.0 There is hereby established, pursuant to Section 800(2)(a) of the Municipal Act, the extended service of emergency measures in and for the participating electoral areas; to be known as the “Central Coast Regional District Emergency Management Organization”.

PARTICIPATING AREAS AND SERVICE AREA

2.0 The participating area shall be electoral areas A, B, C, D, and E.

2.1 The service area boundaries for the Central Coast Regional District Emergency Management Organization service shall be coterminous with that of electoral areas A, B, C, D & E.
CCRD Bylaw No. 324, 2000
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COST RECOVERY AND APPORTIONMENT OF COSTS

3.0 The costs of providing the service established under Section 1 shall be recovered by requisition of money to be collected by a property value tax on the net taxable value of land and improvements with the participating area.

3.1 Costs shall be apportioned among participating electoral areas on the basis of the converted value of land and improvements within the electoral participating area.


CITATION

4.0 This bylaw may be cited as “Central Coast Regional District Emergency Management Organization Extended Service Establishing Bylaw No. 324, 2000.”



READ A FIRST TIME the day of 15th day of March, 2000.

READ A SECOND TIME the day of 15th day of March, 2000.

READ A THIRD TIME the day of 15th day of March, 2000.

RECEIVED THE APPROVAL 22nd day of June, 2000.
of the Inspector of Municipalities day of

RECONSIDERED AND ADOPTED the 12th day of July, 2000.


_________________________ _______________________
Chairman Secretary


CERTIFIED a true copy of
Bylaw No. 324, 2000 as read
A third time.


_________________________
Secretary







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