In an effort to allow citizens to keep a green space, the Town Council has taken the necessary steps to acquire the Boisé Woodland.
In an effort to preserve the woodland, the Town Council has taken the necessary steps to present a draft borrowing by-law to thus acquire the woodland from its many landowners and ensure its protection in the years to come.
However, the Town of Pincourt wishes to know your position regarding this project and its financing, which will be spread out over a period of 30 years.
Do you agree or desagree?
If you agree, no action will be necessary on your part.
If you disagree, you have 15 days following publication of the public notice of October 23, 2020 to send in your opposition. So you have until 11:59 p.m. on November 9, 2020 to send in your opposition.
The procedure to follow is detailed in the section below.
If you disagree with the borrowing by-law of $ 4,300,000 to acquire the woodland lots, you have until 11:59 p.m. on November 9, 2020 to send in your opposition.
The requests received after the deadline will not be counted.
- Fill out the following form: OPPOSITION FORM
- Please return the completed form with a copy of your proof of identity (Driver’s Licence, Health Insurance Card, Canadian passport, certificate of Indian status or your Canadian Forces ID card).
To return the form:
- At the town hall (919, chemin Duhamel, Pincourt, QC, J7V 4G8)
- By email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The woodland is made up of 46 lots, 31 of which belong to the company 9358-1973 Québec inc., 9 of which belong to the company Développement Banlieue-Ouest inc. and 6 others that belong to individual landowners.
Since 1954, Pincourt’s zoning by-laws have allowed for real estate development in this area.
Between 2018 and 2019, the Town mandated the firm WSP in order to carry out fauna and flora inventories of the woodland. The studies showed that the woodland possesses a high ecological value.
In the wake of these studies, company 9358-1973 Québec inc. initiated legal proceedings to force the Town to authorize the development of the woodland.
After adopting By-law number 906 decreeing a maximum loan of $ 4,300,000 at the Council meeting on October 19, 2020 the Town of Pincourt wishes to know your position regarding this project and its financing, which will be spread out over a period of 30 years.
As such, the following taxation method has been established for the annual reimbursement of the expenses incurred.
Compensation by percentage (%)
Sector 1* Secteur 2* Overall sectors 4 % 5 % 91 %
*The sectors 1 and 2 are near the Boisé Woodland.
Tax per year
For a period of 30 years
Sector 1 Sector 2 Overall sectors $283,10 $215,10 $36,61 + $36,61 + $36,61
These amounts are subject to change according to, among other things, market and interest fluctuations as well as in the event of a lower loan than was initially planned.
These taxation sectors were established according but not limited to the benefits received by citizens residing nearby the Rousseau woodland and the general interest to preserve a woodland with such a high ecological value.
To find out which sector you belong to and its associated taxation, please refer to the Annex section.
Where is Rousseau Woodland?
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Complementary fauna and flora inventory:
2019 Fauna Report (PDF)