48. Before making the amendment envisaged, the council of the regional county municipality must, by resolution, adopt a draft by-law to amend the development plan.
The resolution must indicate whether the amendment envisaged will affect the objectives of the plan or the complementary document and, where necessary, identify each municipality whose planning program, zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law is likely to require amendment, or which would be required to adopt or amend, as the case may be, the by-law contemplated in section 116.
The resolution may also provide that the interim control measures provided under sections 61 to 75 apply to the municipalities contemplated in the resolution.
A copy of the resolution, together with a notice of the date of its adoption, shall be sent to every municipality in the territory of the regional county municipality and to the adjacent regional county municipalities, accompanied, where applicable, with a notice indicating the nature of the amendment to be made, and, where such is the case, the interim control measures envisaged.
A copy of the resolution, together with a notice of the date of its adoption, shall also be sent to the Minister where the amendment envisaged affects lands of the public domain. In such a case, sections 27 to 30, adapted as required, apply.
1979, c. 51, s. 48; 1982, c. 63, s. 74; 1985, c. 27, s. 2.