CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING

 

AGENDA


November 26, 2018  –  Council Chamber

 

Call to Order

1:30 p.m.

Adjournment

9:30 p.m.

Recess

3:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Dinner

5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

               

DeputyMayor: M. Nickel   Acting Mayor: M. Walters

ITEM

 

ACTION

1.

CALL TO ORDER AND RELATED BUSINESS

1.1

Call to Order

 

1.2

Adoption of Agenda

 

1.3

Protocol Items

 

2.

EXPLANATION OF PUBLIC HEARING PROCESS

2.1

Call for Persons to Speak

 

3.

BYLAWS AND RELATED REPORTS - 1:30 P.M.

3.1

Bylaw 18488 - To amend the West Ingle Area Redevelopment Plan to allow for low rise apartments, Westmount - To amend the West Ingle Area Redevelopment Plan to allow for low rise apartments, Westmount

Bylaw 18488 and Charter Bylaw 18489 will be dealt with together.

3.2

Charter Bylaw 18489 - To allow for low rise apartments, Westmount - To allow for low rise apartments, Westmount

3.3

Bylaw 18625 - Amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan

Bylaw 18625 and Charter Bylaw 18626 will be dealt with together.

3.4

Charter Bylaw 18626 - To add two additional uses within a designated historic resource, Oliver

3.5

Bylaw 18608 - Closure of a portion of road right-of-way, Eastwood

 

3.6

Bylaw 18610 - Amendment to the West Ingle Area Redevelopment Plan to allow for the repurposing of the historic Street Railway Substation No. 600, Westmount.

Bylaw 18610 and Charter Bylaw 18611 will be dealt with together.

3.7

Charter Bylaw 18611 - To allow for the repurposing of the historic Street Railway Substation No. 600 and the development of a low rise building with a limited range of commercial uses, Westmount.

3.8

Charter Bylaw 18619 - To realign the zoning boundaries with the existing buildings, Bellevue

 

3.9

Bylaw 18617 - Amendment to the 109 Street Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan

Bylaw 18617 and Charter Bylaw 18618 will be dealt with together.

3.10

Charter Bylaw 18618 - To allow for convenience commercial and personal service uses, which are intended to serve the day-to-day needs of residents, Allendale

3.11

Charter Bylaw 18599 - To allow for the development of a hospice, Crestwood

 

3.12

Charter Bylaw 18620 - To allow for industrial business uses north of 28 Avenue NW and industrial business uses, offices and a limited range of commercial uses south of 28 Avenue NW, Parsons Industrial

Replacement pages

 

3.13

Charter Bylaw 18606 - To allow for minor and major alcohol sales in addition to convenience commercial uses, Cavanagh

Replacement pages

 

3.14

Charter Bylaw 18607 - To allow for the development of zero lot line single detached and semi-detached housing, Edgemont

 

3.15

Charter Bylaw 18623 - To add Cannabis Retail Sales use within a (DC2) Site Specific Development Control Provision, Place LaRue

 

3.16

Charter Bylaw 18624 - To add Cannabis Retail Sales use within a (DC2) Site Specific Development Control Provision,Terra Losa

 

3.17

Charter Bylaw 18613 - Text amendment to Zoning Bylaw 12800 - Clarifying Regulations and Reducing Barriers for Businesses and Special Events

 

4.

EXPLANATION OF PUBLIC HEARING PROCESS

4.1

Call for Persons to Speak

 

5.

BYLAWS AND RELATED REPORTS - 2 P.M.

5.1

Amendment to the Abbotsfield/Rundle Heights Community Development Plan

Item 5.1 and Charter Bylaw 18616 will be dealt with together.

5.2

Charter Bylaw 18616 - To allow for Medium Rise Apartments, Abbottsfield

5.3

Bylaw 18627 - Amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan

Bylaw 18627 and Charter Bylaw 18628 will be dealt with together.

5.4

Charter Bylaw 18628 - To allow for a high rise residential building, Oliver

5.5

Charter Bylaw 18609 - To allow for small scale commercial development, McCauley

 

5.6

Charter Bylaw 18614 - Text Amendment to the Zoning Bylaw

Charter Bylaws 18614 and 18615 will be dealt with together.

5.7

Charter Bylaw 18615 - To provide the opportunity for a high density mixed-use tower, Downtown

6.

NOTICES OF MOTION AND MOTIONS WITHOUT CUSTOMARY NOTICE

7.

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

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