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2012 Agendas & Minutes

July 23, 2012 - Agenda

City of Richmond Meeting Agenda

City Council

 

Council Chambers, City Hall

6911 No. 3 Road

Monday, July 23, 2012

7:00 p.m.

 

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ITEM

 

 

 

 

MINUTES

 

 

1.

Motion to adopt:

 

 

(1)

the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held on Monday, July 9, 2012 (distributed previously);

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(2)

the minutes of the Special Council Meeting held on Monday, June 25, 2012; and

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(3)

the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting for Public Hearings held on Monday, July 16, 2012.

 

 

 

 

AGENDA ADDITIONS & DELETIONS

 

 

 

PRESENTATION

 

 

Tom Stewart, Director, Public Works Operations, and Doug Anderson, Manager, Water Services, to present the 2011 Annual Water Quality Report.

 

 

 

 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

 

 

2.

Motion to resolve into Committee of the Whole to hear delegations on agenda items.

 

 

 

3.

Delegations from the floor on Agenda items.

 

 

(PLEASE NOTE THAT FOR LEGAL REASONS, DELEGATIONS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON ZONING OR OCP AMENDMENT BYLAWS WHICH ARE TO BE ADOPTED; OR ON DEVELOPMENT PERMITS/DEVELOPMENT VARIANCE PERMITS - ITEM NO. 28.)

 

 

4.

Motion to rise and report.

 

 

 

 

RATIFICATION OF COMMITTEE ACTION

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

 

(PLEASE NOTE THAT ITEMS APPEARING ON THE CONSENT AGENDA WHICH PRESENT A CONFLICT OF INTEREST FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND CONSIDERED SEPARATELY.)

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

 

 

§   

Receipt of Committee minutes

 

 

§   

Bylaw Amendments – Scrap Metal Dealers

 

 

§   

Kitsilano Coast Guard station.

 

 

§   

Ceili’s Irish Pub (Richmond) Ltd. 5991 Alderbridge Way

 

 

§   

Permissive Tax Exemption Policy & Administrative Procedure Amendments

 

 

§   

Semi-Annual Report – YVR Aeronautical Noise Management Committee

 

 

§   

City Response: YVR Proposed Russ Baker Way Shopping Mall

 

 

§   

Land use applications for first reading (to be further considered at the Public Hearing on Wednesday, September 5, 2012):

 

 

 

§      

5440 Hollybridge Way – Rezone from (IB1) to (RCL3) (Hollybridge Limited Parternship – applicant)

 

 

 

§      

9000 General Currie Road – Rezone from (RS1/F) to (RTM3) (Matthew Cheng Architect – applicant)

 

 

 

§      

9091, 9111 & 9131 Beckwith Road – Rezone from (RS1/F) to (IB2) (Traschet Holdings Ltd. – applicant)

 

 

 

§      

9691 Alberta Road – Rezone from (RS1/F) to (RTL4) (Cotter Architects – applicant)

 

 

 

§      

9040, 9060 & 9080 No. 2 Road – Rezone from (RS1/E) to (RTL4) (Yamamoto Architecture Inc. – applicant)

 

 

 

§      

8200, 8220, 8280 & 8300 No. 1 Road – Rezone from (RS1/E) to (RTL4) (Matthew Cheng Architect Inc. – applicant)

 

 

§   

Granny Flats & Coach Houses in Edgemere (2041 OCP Update)

 

 

§   

Reaching Carbon Neutrality – Corporate Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory to Include Direct Emissions

 

 

§   

2011 Annual Water Quality Report

 

 

§   

Dike Master Plan – Phase 1

 

 

§   

City Infrastructure Protocol Agreement and Canada Line Richmond Access Agreement Amendment No. 3

 

 

§   

Provincial 2012-2013 BikeBC Program – Submissions for Cost Sharing

 

 

§   

Development of National Railway Roadway Grade Crossing Standards and Regulations

 

 

5.

Motion to adopt Items 6 through 24 by general consent.

 

 

Consent

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Item

6.

COMMITTEE MINUTES

 

 

 

That the minutes of:

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(1)

the Community Safety Committee meeting held on Tuesday, July 10, 2012;

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(2)

the General Purposes Committee meeting held on Monday, July 16, 2012;

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(3)

the Planning Committee meeting held on Tuesday, July 17, 2012;

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(4)

the Public Works & Transportation Committee meeting held on Wednesday, July 18, 2012;

 

 

be received for information.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

Item

7.

Bylaw Amendments – Scrap Metal Dealers

(File Ref. No. 12-8060-20-8919/8920) (REDMS No. 3544971)

CNCL-65

 

See Page CNCL-65 for full report

 

 

COMMUNITY SAFETY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That Business Licence Bylaw No. 7360, Amendment Bylaw No. 8919, that provides for Business Licence requirements for scrap metal dealers and recyclers and various housekeeping amendments, be introduced and given first reading;

 

 

(2)

That Business Regulation Bylaw No. 7538, Amendment Bylaw No. 8920, that removes requirements relating to scrap metal dealers, be introduced and given first reading; and

 

 

(3)

That a letter be written to the provincial Minister of Justice and local MLAs requesting that:

 

 

 

(a)

there be a retention period instituted as per the City’s current bylaw as there is a need for identification of the original source of the scrap metal;

 

 

 

(b)

more enforcement staff be assigned to conduct inspections; and

 

 

 

(c)

police be permitted to enforce the legislation.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

Item

8.

Kitsilano Coast Guard station

(File Ref. No.:  ) (REDMS No.)

CNCL-38

 

See Page CNCL-38 for Details

(Community Safety Committee Minutes)

 

 

COMMUNITY SAFETY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That a letter be written to the responsible Minister and local MPs confirming that Richmond Council does not support the removal of the Kitsilano Coast Guard station and is concerned about the negative impact it is bound to have on services of the Sea Island Coast Guard station.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

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9.

CEILI'S IRISH PUB (RICHMOND) LTD. 5991 ALDERBRIDGE WAY

(File Ref. No. 12-8275-30-001) (REDMS No. 3552264 v. 2)

CNCL-87

 

See Page CNCL-87 for full report

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That a letter be sent to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch advising that:

 

 

(1)

the application by Ceili’s Irish Pub (Richmond) Ltd., to amend their hours of liquor service from Monday through Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. and Friday through Sunday Noon to 2:00 a.m. to Monday through Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m., be supported;

 

 

(2)

Council comments on the prescribed considerations are:

 

 

 

(a)

there is little potential for additional noise if the application is approved; and

 

 

 

(b)

the amendment would not pose a negative impact on the community based on the lack of comments received from the public;

 

 

(3)

Council comments on the view of residents were gathered as follows:

 

 

 

(a)

property owners and businesses within a 50 metre radius of the subject property were contacted by letter detailing the application and provided with instructions on how community concerns could be submitted; and

 

 

 

(b)

signage was posted at the subject property and three public notices were published in a local newspaper.  The signage and notice provided information on the application and instructions on how community comments or concerns could be submitted; and

 

 

(4)

based on the lack of negative responses from residents and businesses in the nearby area, save for one letter received, and the lack of responses received from the community through notifications, Council considers that the application is acceptable to a majority of residents.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

Item

10.

Permissive Tax Exemption Policy and Administrative Procedure Amendments

(File Ref. No. 03-0925-02-01) (REDMS No. 3541127 v.12)

CNCL-95

 

See Page CNCL-95 for full report

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That Property Tax Exemption Policy 3561 and Property Tax Exemptions – Guidelines Administrative Procedure 3561.01 be amended, as set out in Attachment 2 of the staff report dated June 27, 2012 from the General Manager, Finance and Corporate Services titled Permissive Tax Exemption Policy and Administrative Procedure Amendments, with a further amendment to Section 2(c) of the Property Tax Exemptions – Guidelines Administrative Procedure 3561.01 to read as “land or halls held by the religious organization and used for fund raising events which are managed by the organization and the funds raised are applied to the organization”.

 

Consent

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11.

Semi-Annual Report from City Representatives to the Vancouver International Airport Aeronautical Noise Management Committee (YVR ANMC)

(File Ref. No. 01-0153-04-01) (REDMS No. 3459945 v.4)

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See Page CNCL-105 for full report

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That the staff report dated June 27, 2012 from the Director, Transportation and the memorandum dated June 26, 2012 from the City of Richmond citizen representatives to the YVR ANMC be received for information;

 

 

(2)

That the City explore with the Vancouver Airport Authority the opportunity to partner on the presentation of its “Fly Quiet Awards;

 

 

(3)

That having fulfilled their mandate, the members of the Richmond Airport Noise Citizens Advisory Task Force be thanked by the City for their contributions.

 

 

Consent

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Item

12.

City Response: Vancouver Airport Authority (YVR) Proposed Russ Baker Way Shopping Mall

(File Ref. No.:  ) (REDMS No. 3574630)

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See Page CNCL-119 for full report

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That:

 

 

(1)

the Vancouver Airport Authority Board be advised that the City of Richmond is opposed to this use of land for reasons set out in the staff report titled City Response: Vancouver Airport Authority (YVR) Proposed Russ Baker Way Shopping Mall, and the letter from Metro Vancouver;

 

 

(2)

staff obtain a legal opinion regarding YVR’s mandate to approve such use of land;

 

 

(3)

a meeting be set up for Council and City staff to speak to the Vancouver Airport Authority Board regarding the City’s opposition to the proposed development;

 

 

(4)

letters with copies of the staff report and correspondence from Metro Vancouver be sent to the local MPs and the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure regarding the situation, and that requests be made that the local MPs and the Minister meet with members of City Council on this issue; and

 

 

(5)

copies of the letters be sent to Metro Vancouver.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

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13.

APPLICATION BY HOLLYBRIDGE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FOR REZONING AT 5440 HOLLYBRIDGE WAY FROM INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS PARK (IB1) TO RESIDENTIAL/LIMITED COMMERCIAL (RCL3)

(File Ref. No. 12-8060-20-8879, RZ 09-506904) (REDMS No. 3555761)

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See Page CNCL-125 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That Bylaw No. 8879, which makes minor amendments to the “RCL3” zone specific to 5440 Hollybridge Way and rezones that property from “Industrial Business Park (IB1)” to “Residential/Limited Commercial (RCL3)”, be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

(2)

That the child care contribution for the rezoning of 5440 Hollybridge Way (RZ 09-506904) be allocated entirely (100%) to the Child Care Development Reserve Fund created by Reserve Fund Establishment Bylaw No. 7812, unless Council directs otherwise prior to the date of the owner’s payment, in which case the payment shall be deposited as directed by Council.

 

 

Consent

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14.

MATTHEW CHENG ARCHITECT INC. HAS APPLIED TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND FOR PERMISSION TO REZONE 9000 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD “SINGLE DETACHED (RS1/F)” TO “MEDIUM DENSITY TOWNHOUSES (RTM3)” IN ORDER TO DEVELOP AN 8 UNIT, 3 STOREY TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT.

(File Ref. No. 12-8060-20-8906, RZ 11-588104) (REDMS No. 3517077)

CNCL-191

 

See Page CNCL-191 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That Bylaw No. 8906 for the rezoning of 9000 General Currie Road from “Single Detached, (RS1/F)” to “Medium Density Townhouses (RTM3)”, be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

 

Consent

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15.

APPLICATION BY TRASCHET HOLDINGS LTD. FOR REZONING OF 9091, 9111 AND 9131 BECKWITH ROAD FROM “SINGLE DETACHED (RS1/F)” TO “INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS PARK (IB2)”

(File Ref. No.12-8060-20-8918 RZ 11-591939) (REDMS No. 3560931)

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See Page CNCL- 211 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That Bylaw No. 8918, for the rezoning of 9091, 9111 and 9131 Beckwith Road from “Single Detached (RS1/F)” to “Industrial Business Park (IB2)”, be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

Consent

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Item

16.

COTTER ARCHITECTS INC. HAS APPLIED TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND FOR PERMISSION TO REZONE 9691 ALBERTA ROAD FROM “SINGLE DETACHED (RS1/F)” TO “LOW DENSITY TOWNHOUSES (RTL4)” IN ORDER TO CREATE 24 TOWNHOUSE UNITS.

(File Ref. No. 12-8060-20-8925, RZ 11-590114) (REDMS No. 3517080)

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See Page CNCL-229 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That Bylaw 8925, for the rezoning of 9691 Alberta Road from “Single Detached (RS1/F)” to “Low Density Townhouses (RTL4)”, be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

Consent

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17.

APPLICATION BY YAMAMOTO ARCHITECTURE INC. FOR REZONING AT 9040 AND 9060/9080 NO. 2 ROAD FROM SINGLE DETACHED (RS1/E) TO LOW DENSITY TOWNHOUSES (RTL4)

(File Ref. No. 12-8060-20-8926, RZ 11-587764) (REDMS No. 3556876)

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See Page CNCL-251 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That Bylaw No. 8926, for the rezoning of 9040 and 9060/9080 No. 2 Road from “Single Detached (RS1/E)” to “Low Density Townhouses (RTL4)”, be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

Consent

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18.

APPLICATION BY MATTHEW CHENG ARCHITECT INC. FOR REZONING AT 8200, 8220, 8280 AND 8300 NO. 1 ROAD FROM SINGLE DETACHED (RS1/E) TO LOW DENSITY TOWNHOUSES (RTL4)

(File Ref. No. 12-8060-20-8929, RZ 11-596490) (REDMS No. 3569379)

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See Page CNCL-271 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That Bylaw No. 8929, for the rezoning of 8200, 8220, 8280 and 8300 No. 1 Road from “Single Detached (RS1/E)” to “Low Density Townhouses (RTL4)”, be introduced and given first reading.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

Item

19.

GRANNY FLATS AND COACH HOUSES IN EDGEMERE (2041 OCP UPDATE)

(File Ref. No. 08-4045-00/Vol 01) (REDMS No. 3567420)

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See Page CNCL-309 for full report

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That Richmond Zoning Bylaw 8500, Amendment Bylaw 8922 (Attachment 1), to create a new Single Detached with Granny Flat or Coach House (RE1) zone and rezone a portion of the Edgemere neighbourhood with lanes from Single Detached (RS1/E) to Single Detached with Granny Flat or Coach House (RE1):

 

 

 

(a)

be introduced and given first reading; and

 

 

 

(b)

be referred to the same Public Hearing as the Richmond Official Community Plan Bylaw 7100, Amendment Bylaw for the 2041 OCP Update for consideration and approval;

 

 

(2)

That the Richmond Official Community Plan Bylaw 7100, Amendment Bylaw for the 2041 OCP Update designate Edgemere as an intensive residential development permit area with guidelines (Attachment 2);

 

 

(3)

That Development Permit, Development Variance Permit and Temporary Commercial and Industrial Use Permit Procedure Bylaw No. 7273, Amendment Bylaw 8923 (Attachment 3), to not require Development Permit signage in Edgemere for granny flat and coach house applications:

 

 

 

(a)

be introduced and given first, second and third reading; and

 

 

 

(b)

be scheduled for adoption after the Richmond Official Community Plan Bylaw 7100, Amendment Bylaw for the 2041 OCP Update is adopted; and

 

 

(4)

That Development Application Fees Bylaw No. 7984, Amendment Bylaw 8924 (Attachment 4), to introduce a $1,000 development permit application fee for granny flats and coach houses in Edgemere:

 

 

 

(a)

be introduced and given first, second, and third reading; and

 

 

 

(b)

be scheduled for adoption after the Richmond Official Community Plan Bylaw 7100, Amendment Bylaw for the 2041 OCP Update is adopted.

 

 

Consent

Agenda

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20.

REACHING CARBON NEUTRALITY – CORPORATE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INVENTORY TO INCLUDE DIRECT EMISSIONS

(File Ref. No.) (REDMS No. 3553494 v.6)

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See Page CNCL-359 for full report

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That the City continues its current practice to only include emissions from direct activities in its corporate greenhouse gas emission inventory at this time; and

 

 

(2)

That a letter be sent to the Joint Provincial–UBCM Green Communities Committee, requesting that amendments be made to the “Guidance on Including Contracted Emissions in Local Government Corporate Inventories” to resolve inequities, ensure that no new costs are borne by local governments without adequate funding and that action is being directed towards appropriate priorities.

 

 

Consent

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21.

2011 ANNUAL WATER QUALITY REPORT

(File Ref. No. 10-6650-01) (REDMS No. 3569613)

CNCL-367

 

See Page CNCL-367 for full report

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That the 2011 Annual Water Quality Report dated July 10, 2012 be received for information.

 

 

 

Consent

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22.

DIKE MASTER PLAN – PHASE 1

(File Ref. No. 10-6060-01) (REDMS No. 3553300 v.3)

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See Page CNCL-371 for full report

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That the public and key external stakeholders be consulted to provide feedback on the Steveston area and the West Dike flood protection concepts identified in the staff report titled Dike Master Plan – Phase 1 (dated June 27, 2012 from the Director, Engineering).

 

 

Consent

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23.

CITY INFRASTRUCTURE PROTOCOL AGREEMENT  AND  CANADA LINE RICHMOND ACCESS AGREEMENT AMENDMENT NO. 3

(File Ref. No.) (REDMS No. 3417174 v.5)

CNCL-397

 

See Page CNCL-397 for full report

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That the City enter into the following attached agreements:

 

 

 

(a)

the City Infrastructure Protocol Agreement dated for reference May 1, 2011 between the City of Richmond, South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority and Intransit BC Limited Partnership; and

 

 

 

(b)

the Canada Line Richmond Access Agreement Amendment No. 3 made as of August 12, 2009 between the City of Richmond and the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority; and

 

 

(2)

That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute the above-mentioned agreements on the City’s behalf.

 

 

Consent

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24.

PROVINCIAL 2012-2013 BIKEBC PROGRAM – SUBMISSIONS FOR COST-SHARING

(File Ref. No. 01-0150-20-THIG1) (REDMS No. 3559232 v.4)

CNCL-421

 

See Page CNCL-421 for full report

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That the submission for cost-sharing to the Province’s 2012-2013 BikeBC Program of the following two projects:

 

 

 

(a)

the Railway Avenue Corridor Greenway; and

 

 

 

(b)

Phase 1 of the Parkside Neighbourhood Bike Route;

 

 

 

as described in the staff report titled Provincial 2012-2013 BikeBC Program – Submissions For Cost-Sharing (dated June 20, 2012 from the Director, Transportation and the Senior Manager, Parks) be endorsed; and

 

 

(2)

That should the above applications be successful, the Chief Administrative Officer and the General Manager, Planning and Development, be authorized to execute the funding agreements as outlined in the staff report dated June 20, 2012.

 

 

Consent

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25.

DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL RAILWAY-ROADWAY GRADE CROSSING STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

(File Ref. No. 01-0140-20-TCAN1) (REDMS No. 3559698)

CNCL-429

 

See Page CNCL-429 for full report

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That a letter be sent to the Minister of Transport requesting that:

 

 

 

(a)

the proposed Railway-Roadway Grade Crossings Standards be revised to be engineering guidelines, to allow for a risk-based approach that provides flexibility for owners of railway crossings, including road authorities, to address any identified safety concerns in light of limited financial resources and technical constraints;

 

 

 

(b)

a dedicated program be established to provide adequate funding support to owners of railway crossings, including municipalities, for any upgrades required to meet the new guidelines; and

 

 

(2)

That a copy of the above letter be sent to all Richmond Members of Parliament and Lower Mainland municipalities affected by the proposed Regulations for support of the above request.

 

 

 

 

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CONSIDERATION OF MATTERS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA

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PUBLIC DELEGATIONS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

 

 

26.

Motion to resolve into Committee of the Whole to hear delegations on non‑agenda items.

 

 

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(1)

Dr. Jan Knapp, 10420 Odlin Road, to speak to Council regarding various matters.

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(2)

Roland Hoegler, 6560 No. 4 Road, to present a State of the City Address in which he will speak about City’s Environmentally Sensitive Area, the GAIA movement, and the Holocaust.

 

 

27.

Motion to rise and report.

 

 

 

 

RATIFICATION OF COMMITTEE ACTION

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

 

 

 

BYLAWS FOR ADOPTION

 

CNCL-445

 

Richmond Zoning Bylaw No. 8500, Amendment Bylaw No. 8836

(10131 Bridgeport Road, RZ 11-578325)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

 

CNCL-447

 

Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 7100, Amendment Bylaw No. 8900

(7431 Francis Road, RZ 11-596457)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

 

CNCL-449

 

Richmond Zoning Bylaw No. 8500, Amendment Bylaw No. 8901

(7431 Francis Road, RZ 11-596457)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

 

 

 

 

DEVELOPMENT PERMIT PANEL

 

 

28.

RECOMMENDATION

 

 

See DPP Plan Package (distributed separately) for full hardcopy plans

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(1)

That the minutes of the Development Permit Panel meetings held on July 11, 2012, and July 27, 2012, and the Chair’s report for the Development Permit Panel meetings held on July 11, 2012, June 27, 2012, April 11, 2012, and September 14, 2012, be received for information; and

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(2)

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

 

 

(a)

a Development Permit (DP 12-605110) for the property at 10511 Springwood Crescent;

 

 

 

(b)

a Development Permit (DP 11-595288) for the property at 10688 No. 6 Road; and

 

 

 

(c)

a Development Permit (DP 10-553531) for the property at 4340 No. 4 Road;

 

 

 

be endorsed, and the Permits so issued.

 

 

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

7/20/2012 2:58:15 PM