The County of Stettler Development Authority has deemed the application submitted by Alberta BioBord,for development of a fuel pellet plant and related activities on the NW 9-39-19-W4M,incomplete as of May 18, 2022.

The application has therefore been deemed refused.

This decision does not reflect any judgement by the County’s Development Authority on the merits of the application that was made by Alberta BioBord, but rather reflects the changing nature of their proposed development and the need for them to supply complete information about the proposed development, and make it available for public review and review by the Development Authority.

The County of Stettler looks forward to receiving and reviewing a future application from Alberta BioBord. Materials for a new application may be submitted at any point in the future when Alberta BioBord is ready to do so.

Alberta BioBord initially applied for a Development Permit for the development of a fuel pellet plant at NW 9-39-19 W4 Mon October 15, 2021.The application was deemed incomplete on October 28, 2021, with the Development Authority requiring more information.

Alberta BioBord was provided with a deadline of February 28, 2022to submit the additional information required to process the permit. On February 24, 2022, Alberta BioBord requested and received an extension to that deadline. The extension expired April 30, 2022.