They also discussed the Land Use Bylaw 1547, the bylaw which determines zoning for the Town of Pincher Creek. The current bylaw is too specific for the council's needs, and amendments were suggested which could consolidate zoning changes to downtown Pincher Creek. However, as a result of changes coming down the pipeline from the provincial NDP, the committee said it didn't make sense to complete an overhaul of the bylaw right now. "It makes sense to start," said Kuiper.
Both Burla and Kuiper stayed to discuss other topics with the committee in-camera.
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