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July 17, 2017 Regular Council Meeting and Public Hearing

AGENDA

ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 2632, 2017(1)

COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL

MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017

6:00 P.M.

 

(1)          CALL TO ORDER

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2632, 2017(1).

 

The Corporate Officer provides information as to how the meeting was publicized and if any correspondence or petitions have been received for the record.

 

(2)               BYLAW CONSIDERATION

Staff, if requested by the Mayor, will provide a brief description.

Mayor will call for representations from the public in attendance.

The public may ask questions, through the Chair, in order to clarify details of the proposal.

 

a)      Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2632, 2017(1)

(3)               ADJOURNMENT

 

 For the full agenda package click here.

 

 

AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL

CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBER

MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017

Immediately following the Public Hearing

 

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CALL TO ORDER

 

PUBLIC INPUT PERIOD

 

CONSIDERATION OF THE ANNUAL REPORT

 

a)   THAT Council approves the 2016 City of Rossland Annual Report. 

 

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

REGISTERED PETITIONS AND DELEGATIONS

Nil

 

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ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES AND COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

a)      Minutes of the Regular Meeting held on June 12, 2017

 

THAT the minutes of the Regular Meeting held on June 12, 2017 be adopted.

 

b)     Minutes of the Committee-Of-The-Whole Meeting held on June 12, 2017

 

THAT the minutes of the Committee-Of-The-Whole Meeting held on June 12, 2017 be adopted.

 

c)      Minutes of the Special Meeting held on June 22, 2017

 

THAT the minutes of the Special Meeting held on June 22, 2017 be adopted.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Nil

RECOMMENDATIONS FROM STAFF FOR DECISION

 

a)        Fall 2017 Security Issuing Resolution For the Washington Street Infrastructure Renewal Loan Authorization Bylaw No. 2595 (2015)

 

THAT Council approves borrowing from the Municipal Financing Authority of British Columbia, as part of the 2017 Fall Borrowing Session, $4,000,000 as authorized through the Washington Street Infrastructure Renewal Loan Authorization Bylaw No. 2595 (2015), AND FURTHER;

 

THAT the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary be requested to consent to our borrowing over a 30-year term and include the borrowing in their Security Issuing Bylaw.

 

b)        Development Permit Application – Red Mountain Lodge Addition

 

THAT the City issue a Development Permit for the proposed addition to the Red Mountain Lodge located on the property legally described as LOT A TP 28 KOOTENAY DISTRICT PL NEP91123; located at 4300 Red Mountain Road, subject to the following conditions:

 

(A) THAT the dimensions and siting of the building to be constructed shall be in substantial accordance with the information shown on the application drawings, dated May 29, 2017 as provided by the applicant and shall comply with Development Permit Area 2: Red Mountain guidelines.

 

(B) THAT the applicant meet the requirements for sedimentation prevention, drainage and erosion control plans, maintenance schedules, storm water management, habitat management as described in the OCP.

 

(C)THAT the applicant meet all geo-technical requirements as determined by the City, as directed in Section 33.3. of the OCP.

 

c)         Development Permit Application – Paradise Lodge

 

THAT the City issue a Development Permit for the proposed expansion of Paradise Lodge and the creation of a new washroom building on the property legally described as DL 16986, KOOTENAY DISTRICT; located on Red Mountain Resort, subject to the following conditions:

 

(A) THAT the dimensions and siting of the building to be constructed shall be in substantial accordance with the information shown on the application drawings, dated June 22 2017 as provided by the applicant and shall comply with Development Permit Area 2: Red Mountain guidelines.

 

 

(B) THAT the applicant meet the requirements for sedimentation prevention, drainage and erosion control plans, maintenance schedules, storm water management, habitat management as described in the OCP.

(C) THAT the applicant comply with the mitigation measures identified in the letter from Masse Environmental Consultants Ltd limited dated July 10, 2017.

 

(D)THAT the applicant meet all geo-technical requirements as determined by the City, as directed in Section 33.3. of the OCP.

 

(E)THAT no construction is permitted on the septic field until the proposed system is approved by IHA and a variance is approved by Council.

 

d)        Development Permit Application – 2026 St. Paul Street

 

THAT the City issue a Development Permit for the proposed duplex on the property legally described as PCL A (SEE P22465) OF LOTS 1 & 2 BK 51 DL 535 KOOTENAY DISTRICT PL 579; located at 2026 St Paul St, subject to the following condition:

 

(A) THAT the dimensions and siting of the building to be constructed shall be in substantial accordance with the information shown on the application drawings, dated January 2017 as provided by the applicant and shall comply with Schedule K – Multiple Family Development Permit Guidelines.

 

e)        Development Variance Permit Application – 958 Redstone Drive

 

THAT Council approve the Development Variance Permit application (07-2017) to build a new home on the property located at 958 Redstone Dr; with the following variance;

•   A reduced front setback from 4 metres to 0.85 metres – a 3.15 metre variance.

 

AND FURTHER THAT the applicant provide a snow storage covenant with no driveways permitted registered on the north western portion of LOT 1 DL 931 & SEC 26 TP 9A KOOTENAY DISTRICT PL NEP87056.

 

f)          Development Variance Permit Application – 800 Rossland Cascade Road

 

THAT Council approve the Development Variance Permit application (08-2017) to vary the Building Bylaw #1978 requirement for sprinklers for the new building to be located at 800 Rossland Cascade Road.

 

g)        Corporate Management Work Plan – Second Quarter Progress Report

 

THAT Council receives the 2017 Corporate Management Work Plan – Second Quarter (Q2) Progress Report for information purposes.

h)        Tender Review & Recommendation – 2017 Tandem Dump Truck

 

THAT Council awards the tender for the purchase and delivery of a tandem dump truck unit to R. James Western Star in the total amount of $119,461.00, exclusive of applicable taxes.

 

i)        Policy Review – Third Party Charges (#04-01)

 

THAT Council re-confirms the City of Rossland Third Party Charges Policy (#04-01).

 

j)        Policy Review – Third Party Call Out (#06-01)

 

THAT Council re-confirms the City of Rossland Third Party Call Out Policy (#06-01).

 

k)      Policy Review – Road, Sidewalk, Stair Snow Removal (#06-05)

 

THAT Council re-confirms the City of Rossland Road, Sidewalk, Stair Snow Removal Policy (#06-05).

 

l)        Policy Review – Asset Management Investment Policy (#04-04)

 

THAT Council approves the City of Rossland Asset Management Investment Policy (#04-04).

 

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BYLAWS

 

a)      Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2632, 2017(1) – Third Reading

 

THAT Council reads Bylaw No. 2632, 2017(1), Zoning Amendment Bylaw for the third time.

 

b)     Good Neighbour Bylaw No. 2631 (2017) – Second Reading & Third Reading

 

THAT Council amends Bylaw No. 2631, Good Neighbour Bylaw (2017) to include “Section 5 – Littering” to regulating littering in public places.

 

THAT Council gives second and third readings to Bylaw No. 2631 as amended.

 

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STAFF UPDATES AND REPORTS

 

a)      Updated Task List

b)     Water Consumption Report for June 2017

c)      Public Works Report for June 2017

 

d)     Monthly Construction Progress Report for Spokane Street/Leroi Avenue Infrastructure Improvement Project

e)      Recreation and Culture Facility Amenity Overview from the Chief Financial Officer

f)       Second Quarter Budget Update from the Manager of Finance

g)      Invoices Paid for Municpal Services June 2017

THAT Council approves the June 2017 Cheque Register report.

 

 

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REQUESTS ARISING FROM CORRESPONDENCE

 

INFORMATION ITEMS

a)      Design Review Panel Minutes from July 10, 2017

Recommendation to receive and approve all recommendations within.

b)     Sustainability Commission Minutes from June 21, 2017

Recommendation to receive and approve all recommendations within.

c)      BC Wildfire Service Information Bulletin – Lightning sparks numerous wildfires in southeast BC.

Recommendation to receive and approve all recommendations within.

 

MEMBER REPORTS

 

RELEASE OF DECLASSIFIED IN-CAMERA MATTERS

Nil

 

RECESS TO IN-CAMERA MEETING

 

THAT the proceedings of the Regular meeting of July 17, 2017 be closed to the public pursuant sections of the Community Charter: 90(1)(b) personal information about an identifiable individual who is being considered for a municipal award or honour, 90(1)(e) acquisition, disposition or expropriation of land or improvements & 90(1)(k) negotiations and related discussions respecting the proposed provision of a municipal service that could reasonably be expected to harm the interest of the municipality if they were held in public.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

     

 For the full agenda package click here.

 

 

 

 

 

Expiry Date: 
Fri, 2017/08/18