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2002 Agendas & Minutes

Council Meeting Minutes - November 25, 2002

 

 

Regular Council Meeting

 

Monday, November 25th, 2002

 


 

 

Time:

7:00 p.m.

Place:

Council Chambers
Richmond City Hall

Present:

Mayor Malcolm D. Brodie
Councillor Linda Barnes
Councillor Lyn Greenhill
Councillor Evelina Halsey-Brandt
Councillor Sue Halsey-Brandt
Councillor Rob Howard
Councillor Kiichi Kumagai
Councillor Bill McNulty
Councillor Harold Steves

 

City Clerk J. Richard McKenna

Call to Order:

Mayor Malcolm D. Brodie called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

 

RES NO.

ITEM

 

 

 

 

MINUTES

 

R 02/21-1

1.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That:

 

 

(1)

the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held on Tuesday, November 12th, 2002; and

 

 

(2)

the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting for Public Hearings held on Monday, November 18th, 2002,

 

 

each be adopted as circulated, and that the GVRD Board in Brief dated November 1st, 2002, be received for information.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

PRESENTATION

 

 

Ms. Janice Podmore, Chair, Richmond Tall Ships Committee, accompanied by Committee member Brian Johnstone, and the Director of Operations, Works Yard, Eric Gilfillan, reviewed the criteria which was considered to select the winning port.  She then presented the American Sail Training Associations (ASTA) Port of the Year Award to Mayor Malcolm D. Brodie, who accepted on behalf of the City.

 

 

 

 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

 

R 02/21-2

2.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Council resolve into Committee of the Whole to hear delegations on agenda items (7:13 p.m.).

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

3.

Delegations from the floor on Agenda items
 

 

 

Item Nos. 24 25 Section 700 of the Local Government Act 23511 Dyke Road and 23591 Dyke Road
 

 

 

Mayor Brodie asked if there was anyone present to speak on either of the above matters.
 

 

 

No one present.

R 02/21-3

4.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Committee rise and report (7:14 p.m.).

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

COMMUNITY SAFETY COMMITTEE
Councillor Linda Barnes, Chair

 

R02/21-4

5.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the minutes of the Community Safety Committee meetings held on Wednesday, November 13th, 2002, and on Thursday, November 21st, 2002, be received for information.../../safety/2002/112102_minutes.htm

 

 

CARRIED
 

 

6.

APPLICATION FOR SOIL CONSERVATION PERMIT (SOIL PLACEMENT) - Helen and Ronald Wong
Civic Address: 18300 River Road
(Report:  Oct. 23/02, File No.:  8350-05) (REDMS No. 880147, 880065)
 

R 02/21-5

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That authorization be given for the issuance of a Soil Conservation Permit to Helen and Ronald Wong for the placement of 13,000 cubic metres of fill at 18300 River Road.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

7.

strategies to discourage street racing EDUCATION PROGRAM
(Report:  Nov. 19/02, File No.:  6450-09) (REDMS No. 907272) and (Report:  Nov. 18/02, File No.:  6450-09) (REDMS No. 896838, 911104)
 

R 02/21-6

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That:

 

 

(1)

an education program (as prepared by ICBC), which has been approved by the Ministry of Education and which has been designed to align with the BC Primary Curriculum, be endorsed for mandatory use in schools and by parents, and that a letter be written to the Ministry of Education requesting that these ICBC initiatives be implemented in all schools;

 

 

(2)

the appropriate Ministry be requested to require the completion of a mandatory road safety education program as part of obtaining a drivers licence; and

 

 

(3)

that copies of the correspondence to the Ministry of Education be forwarded to all appropriate ministries and organizations, including School Boards, school principals and vice principals, the BC Teachers Federation and the Richmond Parents Association.

 

 

(4)

That the short-term strategies to discourage street racing, (as recommended in the report dated November 18th, 2002, from Supt. Ward Clapham, OIC, Richmond RCMP Detachment), be approved for immediate implementation in 2002 at a total capital cost of $232,300 and an annual operating cost of $56,000, with the funding source to be the 2002 Richmond RCMP Operating Budget, provided that further additional service level requests be presented as part of the budget process.
 

 

 

(5)

That the long-term strategies to discourage street racing, (as recommended in the report dated November 18th, 2002, from Supt. Ward Clapham, OIC, Richmond RCMP Detachment), be incorporated into the upcoming review of the RCMP 5-Year Plan and the City's Capital and Operating Budgets.

 

 

(6)

That Council urge the Ministry of Education to revise the provincial education curriculum to include road safety as a mandatory learning outcome in the Kindergarten to Grade 12 school systems, and that the Richmond School District and the Richmond District Parents Association also be requested to assist.
 

 

 

(7)

That in the interim prior to realization of Recommendation 6, Council request the Richmond School District to consider designating road safety as a mandatory learning outcome for all Richmond students in kindergarten through Grade 12.

 

 

(8)

That staff report to the next Community Safety Committee on a communication strategy relating to the enforcement measures being implemented by the City.

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-6 was not called, as the following amendment was introduced:

R 02/21-7

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Resolution No. R02/21-6 be amended by adding the following as Part (9), That other cities in the Greater Vancouver Regional District be advised of these initiatives and be encouraged to adopt similar measures.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-6, as amended by Resolution No. R02/21-7 was then called, and it was CARRIED.

 

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE
Mayor Malcolm D. Brodie, Chair

 

R 02/21-8

8.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the minutes of the General Purposes Committee meeting held on Monday, November 18th, 2002, be received for information.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

9.

2002 DEVELOPMENT COST CHARGE PROGRAM AND BYLAW
(Report:  Nov. 12/02, File No.:  1070-04-01) (REDMS No. 902713, 707605, 908734, 910271)
 

R 02/21-9

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That staff bring forward a Development Cost Charges Imposition Bylaw to implement the development cost charge rates (outlined in the report dated November 12th, 2002, from the Manager, Special Projects, Finance & Corporate Services), with the following implementation schedule:

 

 

(a)

all rate increases except residential, effective January 13, 2003;

 

 

(b)

50% of the proposed residential rate increase effective April 1, 2003; and

 

 

(c)

the remaining 50% of the increased residential rates effective April 1st, 2004.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

OPPOSED:  Cllr. Barnes
Greenhill
Steves

 

 

10.

2003 UTILITY BUDGETS AND RATES BYLAWS
(Report:  Nov. 13/02, File No.:  8060-20-7551/7552/7553) (REDMS No. 876141, 903043, 660303, 889915)
 

R02/21-10

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

(1)

That the 2003 Utility Expenditure Budgets (as presented in the staff report dated November 13, 2002 from the Managers of Water, Sewer & Environmental Programs) be approved as the basis for establishing the 2003 Utility Rates.

 

 

(2)

That the following bylaws, which bring into effect the above 2003 Utility Rates, be introduced and given first, second and third readings:

 

 

 

( a)

Sanitary Sewer System and Drainage System Bylaw No. 7551;

 

 

 

( b)

Waterworks and Water Rates Bylaw No. 5637, Amendment Bylaw No. 7552; and

 

 

 

(c)

The Solid Waste and Recycling Regulation Bylaw 6803, Amendment Bylaw No. 7553.

 

 

CARRIED

 

         

 

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE
Councillor Bill McNulty, Chair

 

R 02/21-11

11.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on Tuesday, November 19th, 2002, be received for information.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

12.

APPLICATION FOR A STRATA TITLE CONVERSION CHRIS HERBST
(SC 02-217909 - Report:  November 4/02, File No.:  SC 02-217909) (REDMS No. 894454)
 

R 02/21-12

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the application for a strata title conversion by Chris Herbst for the property located at 10500 Argentia be approved on fulfilment of the following conditions:           

 

 

(1)

Payment of all City utility charges and property taxes up to and including the year 2003; and

 

 

(2)

Submission of appropriate plans and documents for execution by the Mayor and City Clerk within 180 days of the date of this resolution.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

13.

APPLICATION FOR REZONING - PAUL LEONG
(RZ 02-215251  Report:  November 8/02, File No.:  8060-20-7445/7550) (REDMS No. 901912, 892758, 893101, 899440, 899563)
 

R 02/21-13

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the following bylaws each be introduced and given first reading:

 

 

(1)

Bylaw No. 7550, to amend the maximum density permitted under Comprehensive Development District (CD/130) from 0.69 floor area ratio to 0.63 floor area ratio, together with corresponding lot size and building setback requirements; and,

 

 

(2)

Bylaw No. 7455, for the rezoning of 7360 Heather Street from Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area F (R1/F) to Comprehensive Development District (CD/130).

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

14.

APPLICATION FOR REZONING   FIKRAT BURAKAZ, DARRELL YONG, AND J.A.B. ENTERPRISES LTD.
(RZ 02-209811/213101/215552 - Report:  October 23/02, File No.:  8060-20-7452/7453/7454) (REDMS No. 886802, 891553, 891554, 891555, 891546, 908462)
 

R 02/21-14

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the following bylaws be introduced and given first reading:

 

 

(1)

Bylaw No. 7452, for the rezoning of 9271 No. 1 Road from Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E) to Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area A (R1/A);

 

 

(2)

Bylaw No. 7453, for the rezoning of 9391, 9411 and 9431 No. 1 Road from Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E) to Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area K (R1/K; and,

 

 

(3)

Bylaw No. 7454, for the rezoning of 9631 No. 1 Road from Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E) to Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area K (R1/K).

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

15.

APPLICATIONS FOR REZONING

 

 

 

( A)

EMANON HOLDINGS LTD. AND KAIMAN ENTERPRISES CO. LTD.
(RZ 02-213359- Report:  October 24/02, File No.:  8060-20-7445) (REDMS No. 876883, 879934, 879938)

 

 

 

( B)

ANA AND NICOLE CUPIC
(RZ 02-207840
Report:  November 4/02, File No.:  8060-20-7456) (REDMS No. 744352, 894693, 896257)

 

 

 

( C)

CHARLES SCOTT
(RZ 02-203188 Report:  November 4/02, File No.:  8060-20-7457) (REDMS No. 737791, 737794, 737796)

 

 

 

( D)

WESTSHORE CAPITAL INC.
(RZ 02-218219 Report:  November 4/02, File No.:  8060-20-7549) (REDMS No. 896477, 898297, 898366)

 

R02/21-15

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the following bylaws be introduced and given first reading:

 

 

(1)

Bylaw No. 7445, to amend the maximum lot coverage in Comprehensive Development District (CD/24) and to rezone 22571 Westminster Highway from Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area F (R1/F) to Comprehensive Development District (CD/24);

 

 

(2)

Bylaw No. 7456, for the rezoning of 7140 St. Albans Road from Townhouse & Apartment District (R3) to Comprehensive Development District (CD/120);

 

 

(3)

Bylaw No. 7457, for the rezoning of 8091 Bennett Road from Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E) to Comprehensive Development District (CD/120); and

 

 

(4)

Bylaw No. 7549, for the rezoning of 10611 Shepherd Drive from Comprehensive Development District (CD/62) to Comprehensive Development District (CD/61).

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

16.

APPLICATION FOR AN OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING - PATRICK COTTER ARCHITECT INC.
(RZ 02-213387 Report:  November 4/02, File No.:  8060-20-7449/7550) (REDMS No. 879925, 885563, 885562, 880815)
 

R02/21-16

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That:

 

 

(1)

Bylaw No. 7449, which amends the Lower Westminster Sub-Area Map of Schedule 2.14 (Hamilton Area Plan) of Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 7100, to redesignate the lands designated as Duplex Residential Only to Single-Family Residential and/or Duplex Residential Only, be introduced and given first reading;

 

 

(2)

Bylaw No. 7449, having been considered in conjunction with:

 

 

 

(a)

the City's Financial Plan and Capital Program;

 

 

 

(b)

the Greater Vancouver Regional District Solid Waste and Liquid Waste Management Plans;

 

 

 

is hereby deemed to be consistent with said program and plans, in accordance with Section 882(3)(a) of the Local Government Act;

 

 

(3)

Bylaw No. 7449, having been considered in accordance with the City Policy on Consultation During OCP Development, is hereby deemed not to require further consultation; and,

 

 

(4)

That Bylaw No. 7450, for the rezoning of 22111, 22171, 22191 Westminster Highway from "Agricultural District (AG1)" to "Comprehensive Development District (CD/61)" and Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area A (R1/A), be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Councillor Lyn Greenhill, Chair

 

R 02/21-17

17.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the minutes of the Public Works & Transportation Committee meeting held on Wednesday, November 20th, 2002, be received for information.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

18.

STREET SWEEPING
(Report:  Nov. 12/02, File No.:  6455-04) (REDMS No. 901920)
 

R02/21-18

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the installation of permanent Temporary No Parking signs at the following locations be endorsed:

 

 

(1)

7000 block Minoru Boulevard;

 

 

(2)

7000 block Moffatt Road;

 

 

(3)

8000 block Bennett Road;

 

 

(4)

8000 block Jones Road;

 

 

(5)

8000 block General Currie Road;

 

 

(6)

7000 block St. Albans Road;

 

 

(7)

5000 block Arcadia Road; and

 

 

(8)

the north side of Ackroyd Road, between Cooney Road and Arcadia Road.

 

 

CARRIED
 

 

19.

PROPOSED CANADA/BRITISH COLUMBIA INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM SUBMISSIONS FOR NOVEMBER, 2002
(Report:  Nov. 6/02, File No.:  0130-04) (REDMS No. 858924, 910560, 909409)
 

R02/21-19

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

(1)

That the project grant applications from the original submission in 2000 that have not received grants from the Canada/British Columbia Infrastructure Grant Program be withdrawn from the program, with the exception of the Minoru Aquatic Centre Solar Heating Panel System Project and the Watermania Solar Heating Panel System Project; and
 

 

 

(2)

That the municipal priorities, as amended to include affordable housing with the five new capital projects (identified in the report dated November 6th, 2002, from the Director, Engineering), be submitted to the Canada/British Columbia Infrastructure Grant Program for funding consideration.
 

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-19 was not called, as the following amendment was introduced:

R 02/21-20

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Part (2) of Resolution No. R02/21-19 be amended by inserting the following altered list of assigned municipal priorities after the words to include:

 

 

(6)

Water Metering Program Total Project Cost TBA;

 

 

(7)

Firehall Replacement Program - $3,000,000;

 

 

(8)

Brighouse Library Renovation - $3,500,000;

 

 

(9)

East Richmond Branch Library - $400,000;

 

 

(10)

Fibre Optics Program - $1,010,000;

 

 

(11)

Asbestos Cement Watermain Replacement - $5,837,000;

 

 

(12)

Minoru Aquatic Centre Solar Heating Panel System - $100,000;

 

 

(13)

Watermania Solar Heating Panel System - $100,000;

 

 

(14)

Britannia Heritage Shipyard - $612,000; and

 

 

(15)

Steveston Tram - $7,075,000.
 

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-20 was not called, as the following sub‑amendment was introduced:

R 02/21-21

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Part (2) of Resolution No. R02/21-20 be amended by re-ordering from No. 15 to No. 10 in the list of assigned municipal priorities, the Steveston Tram, with a change to the total project cost for the Tram to $2 Million, and that the subsequent priorities be renumbered accordingly.

 

 

DEFEATED

 

 

OPPOSED:  Cllr. Greenhill
E. Halsey-Brandt
S. Halsey-Brandt
Howard
Kumagai

 

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-20 was not called, as a further sub‑amendment was introduced:

R 02/21-22

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Part (2) of Resolution No. R02/21-20 be amended by altering the amount of the total project cost for the Steveston Tram (as identified in the list of assigned municipal priorities) from $7,075,000 to $2,000,000.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-20, as amended by Resolution No. R02/21-22, was then called, and it was CARRIED.

 

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-19, as amended by Resolution No. R02/21-20, was then called, and it was CARRIED.

 

 

20.

AMENDMENT TO TRAFFIC BYLAW NO. 5870 AUTHORIZATION OF ANNUAL PARADES
(Report:  Oct. 29/02, File No.:  8060-20-7548) (REDMS No. 892225, 892047)
 

R02/21-23

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Bylaw 7548, which amends Traffic Bylaw 5870 to (i) add Schedule K which lists the annual parades that do not require Council approval, and (ii) delegate to the Director of Transportation the authority to approve those annual parades as listed in Schedule K, be given first, second and third reading.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

21.

ICBC/CITY OF RICHMOND ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROPOSED PROJECTS FOR 2003
(Report:  Nov. 1/02, File No.:  0150-20-ICBC1-01) (REDMS No. 895684)
 

R02/21-24

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the list of proposed road safety improvement projects potentially eligible for funding contributions from the ICBC 2003 Road Safety Improvement Program, (as described in the report dated November 1st, 2002, from the Director, Transportation), be endorsed.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

DEVELOPMENT PERMIT PANEL

 

R 02/21-25

22.

It was moved and seconded

 

 

(1)

That the minutes and the Chairs report for the meeting held on November 13th, 2002, be received for information.

 

 

 

(2)

That the recommendations of the Panel to authorize the issuance of:

 

 

 

(a)

a Development Permit ((DP 02-202289) for the property at 4651 No. 3 Road; and

 

 

 

(b)

a Development Variance Permit (DV 02-216101) for the property at  9531 and 9651 Finn Road;

 

 

 

be endorsed, and the Permits so issued.

 

 

CARRIED

 

         

 

 

 

URBAN DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

 

 

23.

SECTION 700 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 23511 DYKE ROAD AND 23591 DYKE ROAD
(Report:  Oct. 30/02, File No.:  8360-02) (REDMS No. 890078)  (Report:  Oct. 30/02, File No.:  8360-02) (REDMS No. 890221)
 

R 02/21-26

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the following resolutions be adopted as required under Section 700 of the Local Government Act with respect to the property at:

 

 

(1)

23511 Dyke Road:

 

 

 

WHEREAS the Building Inspector has observed conditions in relation to land or buildings, namely the property located at 23511 Dyke Road, and legally described as Lot 2, EXCEPT :  firstly:  Parcel E (Reference Plan 45213); secondly:  Part on Statutory Right of Way Plan 73153; thirdly:  Part on Statutory Right of Way Plan 73193; Section 1, Block 4, North Range 4 West, New Westminster District Plan 4193 (P.I.D. 003-667-201), that he considers to be in  contravention of City Bylaws and regulations under Division (2) of Part 21 of the Local Government Act, Chapter 323; and

 

 

 

WHEREAS the Building Inspector has given a recommendation to the City Clerk, in writing, relating to the above conditions; and

 

 

 

WHEREAS the registered owner of the property was given full opportunity to be heard, prior to adoption of this resolution;

 

 

 

NOW THEREFORE:

 

 

 

(a)

The City Clerk is hereby directed to file a Notice in the Lower Mainland Land Title Office, New Westminster, indicating that the Council of the City of Richmond has passed a resolution pursuant to Section 700 of the Local Government Act related to land located at 23511 Dyke Road, and legally described as Lot 2, EXCEPT :  firstly:  Parcel E (Reference Plan 45213); secondly:  Part on Statutory Right of Way Plan 73153; thirdly:  Part on Statutory Right of Way Plan 73193; Section 1, Block 4, North Range 4 West, New Westminster District Plan 4193 (P.I.D. 003-667-201), that the Building Inspector considers to be in contravention of City bylaws and regulations under Division (2) of Part 21 of the Local Government Act, Chapter 323; and

 

 

 

(b)

The City Clerk is further directed to ensure that all records relating to the matter are available for inspection; and

 

 

(2)

23591 Dyke Road:

 

 

 

WHEREAS the Building Inspector has observed conditions in relation to land or buildings, namely the property located at 23591 Dyke Road and legally described as Lot 1, Section 1, Block 4, North Range 4 West, New Westminster District Plan LMP 48379 (P.I.D. 024-921-475), that he considers to be in contravention of City Bylaws and regulations under Division (2) of  Part 21 of the Local Government Act, Chapter 323; and

 

 

 

WHEREAS the Building Inspector has given a recommendation to the City Clerk, in writing, relating to the above conditions; and

 

 

 

WHEREAS the City Clerk has notified the registered owner of the property concerning the nature of the recommendation and of the time, date and location of the Council meeting at which the recommendation will be considered; and

 

 

 

WHEREAS the registered owner of the property was given full opportunity to be heard, prior to adoption of this resolution;

 

 

 

NOW THEREFORE:

 

 

 

(a)

The City Clerk is hereby directed to file a Notice in the Lower Mainland Land Title Office, New Westminster, indicating that the Council of the City of Richmond has passed a resolution pursuant to Section 700 of the Local Government Act related to land located at 23591 Dyke Road and legally described as Lot 1, Section 1, Block 4, North Range 4 West, New Westminster District Plan LMP 48379 (P.I.D. 024-921-475), that the Building Inspector considers to be in contravention of City bylaws and regulations under  Division (2) of Part 21 of the Local Government Act, Chapter 323.

 

 

 

(b)

The City Clerk is further directed to ensure that all records relating to the matter are available for inspection.

 

 

(3)

That the payment of any prescribed fees required by the Registrar of Land Titles be authorized.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

FINANCE & CORPORATE SERVICES DIVISION

 

 

24.

2002 GENERAL LOCAL & SCHOOL ELECTION OFFICIAL RESULTS
(Report:  Nov. 18/02, File No.:  8125-04) (REDMS No. 906842)
 

R 02/21-27

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the Declaration of Official Results of the 2002 General Local & School Election (attached to the report dated November 18th, 2002, from the Chief Election Officer), be received for information, in accordance with the requirements of Section 148 of the Local Government Act.
 

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-27 was not called, as the following amendment was introduced:

R 02/21-28

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That Resolution No. R02/21-27 be amended by adding the following, and that the Intercultural Advisory Committee be requested to review the election process to ensure that the entire community is involved.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

The question on Resolution No. R02/21-27, as amended by Resolution No. R02/21-28, was then called, and it was CARRIED.

R 02/21-29

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the following issues,

 

 

(1)

whether advance elector registration is held prior to Election Day;

 

 

(2)

the feasibility of having one day of advance voting take place on a Saturday prior to Election Day;

 

 

(3)

the feasibility of publishing an election map in a local newspaper which showed the voting places and how a residents address relates to a specific voting place; and

 

 

(4)

the relationship of voting places to senior citizen housing developments and the feasibility of allowing the residents of these developments to vote at the voting place which is located closest to them ,

 

 

be referred to staff for a report to the General Purposes Committee.

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS

 

 

 

Councillor Evelina Halsey-Brandt noted that Councillor Lyn Greenhill was attending her last Council meeting, and she thanked Cllr. Greenhill for her guidance and kindness over the past year.

 

 

Mayor Brodie provided information on the many contributions which Cllr. Greenhill had made in Richmond before and during her nine years as a member of Council, and he recognized her hard work and dedication not only as Chair of the Public Works & Transportation Committee but also to the City as a whole.  The Mayor then presented Cllr. Greenhill with a token of appreciation on behalf of Council and the City.

 

 

Cllr. Greenhill expressed her appreciation to all City staff for their hard work, creativeness and professionalism and for making her past nine years so interesting and enjoyable.  She also thanked Council members for the memories of the past years and their dedication to the City.  Cllr. Greenhill also thanked Richmond residents for the honour of serving them over the past nine years and for sharing their concerns and successes with her.  In closing, Cllr. Greenhill thanked her family for their support.

 

 

Cllr. McNulty spoke further on the contributions made by Cllr. Greenhill, and he then presented her with a bouquet of red and yellow roses in recognition of her nine years as a member of Council.

 

 

 

BYLAWS FOR ADOPTION

 

R 02/21-30

 

It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the following bylaws be adopted:
 

 

 

Zoning & Development Bylaw No. 5300, Amendment Bylaw No. 7292
(7511 Garden City Road, RZ 01-185809)
 

 

 

Zoning & Development Bylaw No. 5300, Amendment Bylaw No. 7387
(9291 an112502/112502_bylaw7387.pdfd 9311 No. 1 Road, RZ 02-204025)

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

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It was moved and seconded

 

 

That the meeting adjourn (8:56 p.m.).

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

Certified a true and correct copy of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Council of the City of Richmond held on Monday, November 25th, 2002.

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Mayor (Malcolm D. Brodie)

City Clerk (J. Richard McKenna)

 

 

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