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March 11, 2024, Public Hearing & Regular Council Meeting Agendas

The Public Hearing and Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, March 11, 2024 starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Rossland City Hall Council Chambers located at 1920 Third Avenue.

The City of Rossland

Public Hearing – starts at 5:30 p.m.

Item Consideration – Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2828.

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to update the regulations for Short-Term Rental Use in Rossland.

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Regular Meeting of Council – 

The Regular Meeting of Council will start immediately following the Public Hearing.

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Delegation from the Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation (LCIC)

Rebecca Richards (LCIC Director) Jacomien Van Tonder (MTA Director) Morag Carter (LCCDTS President) and Brent Anhel (LCIC Board Chair) are presenting to council an update on current projects and activities.

Policies and Bylaws:

  • Business Licence Bylaw No. 2801, 2024

Staff Reports & Updates:

  • Development Permit – 3980 Old Red Mountain Road
  • Development Permit Application – 2003 Second Avenue (Flying Steamshovel Deck, Façade Painting and Signage)
  • Development Variance Permit – 2690 Monte Christo Street
  • Development Variance Permit – 2380 Sixth Avenue
  • Second Avenue Infrastructure Improvements Project – Tender Review and Award
  • Appointment of City Representatives to Rossland Yards Strata Council
  • Pottery Society Facility Use Agreement Renewal
  • Invoices Paid for Municipal Services February 2024
  • For Information Only – Monthly Reports to Council for February
    • Building Permit Report
    • Building Permit Inspections by Type
    • Step Code Energy Rebates
    • Public Works & Water Production Report
    • Eye on Water Report
    • Bylaw Compliance Monthly Activity Report

Recess to In-Camera Meeting:

  • The March 11, 2024 Regular Meeting will be closed pursuant to 90(1)(e) – the acquisition, disposition or expropriation of land or improvements, if the council considers that disclosure could reasonable be expected to harm the interests of the municipality, of the Community Charter.


Rachel Newton
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