Milton Canadian Champion | Thursday, September 12,2019 | 14 insidehalton.com + MILTON Public Meeting - 6566 Sixth Line A ------ PS TOWN FILE: Z-03/19 AND LOPA- 05/19 In accordance with the provisions of the Planning Act, this is to advise that . a statutory public meeting has been scheduled by the Town of Milton's Planning and Development Department for a proposed Zoning By-law Amendment and Local Official Plan Amendment. This notice is also being provided to all property owners and/or property managers for any condominium corporation for lands within 200 metres of this property. Public Meeting Monday, October 7, 2019 : 7 Beginning at 7:00 pm The meeting is taking place at Council. Milton Town Hall Council Chambers.- 2" Floor 150 Mary Street, Milton ON If you would like to address Council as a delegate, please register by 10:00 am on the day of the meeting at www.milton.ca/Delegate. Proposal: The purpose of the applications is to amend the Zoning By-law from current site specific Temporary Future Development Special (T11-FD*112) Zone to a site- specific Institutional Zone (I-A*XXX) to permit the existing study centre/place of worship use on a permanent basis. The amendment to the Official Plan (Derry Green Secondary Plan) is required to add a special policy area to permit the existing study centre/place of worship. Provide Comments: Members of the public are invited to obtain information, make a verbal presentation and/or written submission to identify issues of concern and/or express view in support of, or in opposition to, this application. A copy of the associated Planning Report ------------ will be available for public review on or after September 30, 2019 in the Legislative and Legal Services Division at Town Hall. Planning Reports will also be available concurrently on the Council Calendar on the Town's website at www.milton.ca. No decision about these applications will be made at this meeting. The staff report prepared for this public meeting does not include a recommendation on the application at this time. A recommendation report will be presented to Milton Council in the future. if you wish to be notified of the adoption of the Local Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment, you must make a written request to the Director, Development Review, Planning and Development Department, 150 Mary Street, Milton ON L9T 625. The public may view a copy of the Local Official Plan;Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment at the Planning and Development Department between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday. For more detailed information about this application, visit www.milton.ca/build/. Any questions or concerns relating to this application may be directed to David Twigg, Senior Planner, Policy & Urban Design, at 905-878-7252, x2398 or David. Twigg@milton.ca. Legal Notices Required Under the Planning Act: if a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the Town of Milton before the Official Plan amendment 'Dated: September 12, 2019 4 flin www. milton.ca 905-878-7252 and Zoning By-law is passed, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of Milton Council to the Environment and Land Tribunals Ontario. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting, or - make written submissions 'to the Town of Milton before the Official Plan amendment and Zoning By-law is passed, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Environment and Land Tribunals Ontario, unless in the opinion of the Tribunal, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party. If you have received this notice and are an owner of a property and sid property contains seven (7) or more residential units, the Town of Milton requires that you post this notice in a location that is visible to all of the property's residents. At this time, there are no other active planning applications pertaining to these lands. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P. 13 and may be contained in an appendix to a staff report, published in the meeting agenda, delegation list and/ or the minutes of the public meeting and made part of the public record. The Town of Milton collects this information in order to make informed decisions on the relevant issues and to notify interested parties of Council's decisions. It may also be used to serve notice of an Environmental and Land Tribunals Ontario hearing. Names. and addresses contained in submitted correspondence and other information id will be available to the public, unless the individual expressly requests the Town to remove their personal information. The disclosure of this information is governed by the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.0. 1990, c.M. 56. Questions about this collection and disclosure should be directed to the Planner listed above. Barbara Koopmans, Commissioner Planning & Development Department Town of Milton, 150 Mary Street Milton, ON L9T 625 PD-DR19-012 BB OPINION A NEUTRON STAR COLLIDES WITH A BLACK HOLE CELESTIAL EVENT OCCURRED 900 MILLION YEARS AGO, WRITES MARIO CARR MARIO Some- CARR where in a Column galaxy far, about 900 million years ago, a black hole gobbled up a neutron star. The catastrophic event occurred millions of trillions of miles away, sending out grav- itational waves across the universe. It oc- curred so distant that its waves are just now reaching us - and scientists think it was de- tected by the European Gravitational Obser- vatory in Cascina, Italy, in mid-August. Both objects are unimaginable. A neutron star is created after a superno- va explosion and is incredibly small and dense. It's about the size of a small city, only six to 12 miles in diameter. A teaspoonful weighs about 10 million tonnes. A black hole is a singularity in space where nothing, not even light, can escape its grasp. Here are September stargazing events, which are listed in the Hamilton Amateur Astronomers calendar. Sept. 13: Hamilton Amateur Astrono- mers meeting, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Hamilton Spectator, 44 Frid St. Free admission, door prizes and everybody is welcome. An option- al food bank donation of non-perishable goods will be collected and appreciated. The Harvest Moon also rises tonight at sunset. Sept. 14: The smallest full moon of 2019. ~ Sept. 20: The moon approaches the Hya- - des in the predawn sky. Sept. 21: Last quarter moon. Sept. 23: Fall officially begins with the Autumn Equinox at 3:50 a.m. Sept. 27: For the next two weeks, from a dark location in the eastern predawn sky, you could see the Zodiacal Light. It's caused by sunlight reflecting off dust particles in ~ the solar system. For more information, see the Hamilton Amateur Astronomers website (amateuras- tronomy.org) or call 905-627-4323. The club offers a basic astronomy course for mem- bers. Mario Carr, the author of this report, is the club's director of publicity and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on-Twit- ter (@MarioCCarr).