What are the Board’s recent Resolutions relating to LNG?
1. February 10, 2016 Board:
#16-134 That the Board advise Malahat LNG that the Cowichan Valley Regional District is opposed to any LNG facility being located at Bamberton or anywhere else within the Regional District.

2. March 9, 2016 Board:
#16-156 While the Board of the CVRD has expressed its opposition and lack of support for future Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) projects in the Cowichan Valley, the Board is aware of its responsibilities to give appropriate consideration to any land use application that might be made to the Regional District in accordance with the Local Government Act.

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1. Does the CVRD have plans to hold a public information meeting to discuss the proposed project?
2. What is the difference between a public open house and a public hearing?
3. Do CVRD zoning regulations still apply to the Bamberton lands?
4. What does the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw state about LNG operations on the Bamberton lands?
5. Has Malahat LNG Inc. applied for a development permit or zoning or any other permits for the project?
6. If a development application is submitted to the CVRD for an LNG facility, what is the process and will there be an opportunity for community input?
7. What are the Board’s recent Resolutions relating to LNG?
8. Are elected officials free to hold and express their opinion on LNG or other land use proposals in the Cowichan Valley?
9. Has CVRD staff met with Malahat LNG Inc. or Malahat Nation about a potential LNG project on the Bamberton lands?
10. What are the associated bylaws?
11. Is the CVRD required to accept and consider an application for an Official Community Plan or Zoning Bylaw amendment for the purpose of seeking approval to develop an LNG facility at Bamberton?