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COMOX VALLEY REGIONAL DISTRICT BOARD

Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Minutes of the meeting of the Comox Valley Regional District Board of Directors held on September 20, 2022 in the Civic Room of the Comox Valley Regional District offices located at 770 Harmston Avenue, Courtenay, BC commencing at 2:30 pm.
 
 
MINUTES
     
 
Present:
Chair:J. KetlerVillage of Cumberland
Vice-Chair:A. HamirLazo North (Area B)
Directors:D. ArbourBaynes Sound-Denman/Hornby Islands (Area A)
 W. Cole-HamiltonCity of Courtenay
 K. GrantTown of Comox
 E. GrievePuntledge/Black Creek (Area C)
 D. HillianCity of Courtenay
 M. McCollumCity of Courtenay
 W. MorinCity of Courtenay
 M. SwiftTown of Comox
 B. LeighOyster Bay – Buttle Lake (Area D)
Staff:R. DysonChief Administrative Officer
 J. WarrenDeputy Chief Administrative Officer
 D. DeMarzoGeneral Manager of Community Services
 J. MartensGeneral Manager of Corporate Services
 M. RuttenGeneral Manager of Engineering Services
 A. MullalyGeneral Manager of Planning and Development
 L. DennisManager of Legislative Services
 
   
IN-CAMERA MEETING:
D. Hillian/A. Hamir: THAT the board adjourn to an in-camera session pursuant to the following sub-sections of section 90 of the Community Charter:

90(1)(a) Personal information about an identifiable individual who holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee or agent of the regional district or another position appointed by the regional district;
90(1)(c) Labour relations or employee negotiations; and,
90(1)(i) The receipt of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose;
208Carried
 
Time: 2:30 pm.
 
 
RISE AND REPORT:
The board rose from its in-camera session at 3:58 pm.
 
 
The open portion of the meeting resumed at 4:00 pm.
 
 
RECOGNITION OF TRADITIONAL TERRITORIES:
The Chair acknowledged that the meeting was being held on the unceded traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation and read the following Call to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action report:

Call to Action 12 - Education:

We call upon the federal, provincial, territorial, and Aboriginal governments to develop culturally appropriate early childhood education programs for Aboriginal families.
 
 
BUSINESS ARISING FROM MINUTES:
CORRECTION TO EASC MINUTES DATED AUGUST 8
 
 
D. Hillian/A. Hamir: THAT the board rescind the following motions from the August 30, 2022 board meeting in order to correct "capital" works funds to "community" works funds:
208
 
"THAT the Electoral Areas Services Committee minutes dated August 8, 2022 be received"; and

"THAT the 2022-2026 financial plan and capital expenditure program for the Union Bay Water Local Service Area, function 308, be amended by increasing water infrastructure capital expenditures by $44,315 to support additional costs associated with the 3rd Street watermain replacement and extension project.

AND FURTHER THAT the increase in capital expenditures be funded by a corresponding transfer from the Capital Works Funds for the service."
 Carried
 
ELECTORAL AREAS SERVICES COMMITTEE - AUGUST 8, 2022
 
 
D. Arbour/W. Morin: THAT the Electoral Areas Services Committee minutes dated August 8, 2022, as amended, be received. [Item
208Carried
 
M. McCollum/D. Arbour: THAT the 2022-2026 financial plan and capital expenditure program for the Union Bay Water Local Service Area, function 308, be amended by increasing water infrastructure capital expenditures by $44,315 to support additional costs associated with the 3rd Street watermain replacement and extension project.

AND FURTHER THAT the increase in capital expenditures be funded by a corresponding transfer from Community Works Funds for the service.
208Carried
 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES:
K. Grant/W. Morin: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board minutes dated August 30, 2022 be adopted. [Item
208Carried
 
K. Grant/D. Arbour: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board minutes dated September 8, 2022 be adopted. [Item
208Carried
 
PETITIONS AND DELEGATIONS:
D. Arbour/E. Grieve: THAT a late delegation from Jaime Shepherd in regards to Development Permit Application DP 15A 21 for 501 Holiday Road be added to the agenda.
208Carried
 
NOTE: The above resolution received two-thirds of the votes cast as required by “Comox Valley Regional District Procedure Bylaw No. 1, 2008”.
 
 
ISLAND CORRIDOR FOUNDATION
 
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the presentation from Larry Stevenson, Executive Director, and Charlene Everson, Co-Chair, ICF, responding to the board's request to consider alternate uses for the rail bed be received. [Item
208Carried
 
IMMIGRANT WELCOME CENTRE
 
 
K. Grant/E. Grieve: THAT the presentation from Julie Keumbehdjian, Welcoming Communities Coalition Coordinator, regarding the vision and strategy of the Immigrant Welcome Centre be received. [Item
208Carried
 
4VI (FORMERLY TOURISM VANCOUVER ISLAND)
 
 
D. Hillian/W. Cole-Hamilton: THAT the presentation from Brian Cant and Calum Matthews, 4VI, regarding the new purpose and direction for 4VI (formerly Tourism Vancouver Island) be received. [Item
208Carried
 
HOLIDAY ROAD RESIDENTS
 
 
A. Hamir/W. Cole-Hamilton: THAT the presentation from Jaime Shepherd and Marissa Cotter, Holiday Road residents, regarding concerns about Development Permit Application DP 15A 21 for 501 Holiday Road be received.
208Carried
 
REPORTS:
VARY THE AGENDA:
 
 
E. Grieve/K. Grant: THAT the agenda be varied to bring forward agenda items F.11 - DP 15A 21 and F.10 - Black Creek - Oyster Bay Services Committee.
208Carried
 
ELECTORAL AREAS SERVICES COMMITTEE – SEPTEMBER 19, 2022
 
 
K. Grant/W. Morin: THAT the Electoral Areas Services Committee minutes dated September 19, 2022 be received. [Item
208
 
E. Grieve/K. Grant: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board approve a Commercial and Industrial (Form and Character) development permit (DP 15A 21 – Fanny Bay Resort Inc.) for the development of a campground containing 51 campsites, a caretaker residence, two cabins and several related buildings on property described as Lot B, District Lot 44 and of Lot 37-G, Section 2 and of Section 2-A, Nelson District, Plan 30021, PID 000-379-930;

AND FINALLY THAT subject to the receipt of a landscape security deposit of $126,250.00, the Corporate Legislative Officer be authorized to execute the development permit.
208 and 213
 
The motion was withdrawn with the consent of the board.
 
 
D. Arbour/K. Grant: THAT considerartion of Development Permit Application DP 15A 21 (Fanny Bay Resort Inc.) be deferred to the next Electoral Areas Services Committee meeting on December 5, 2022.
208Carried
 
BLACK CREEK OYSTER BAY SERVICES COMMITTEE - SEPTEMBER 19, 2022
 
 
B. Leigh/E. Grieve: THAT the Black Creek – Oyster Bay Services Committee minutes dated September 19, 2022 be received. [Item
208Carried
 
E. Grieve/B. Leigh: THAT the board support an application to the Union of BC Municipalities Community Emergency Preparedness Fund, in an amount of up to $30,000 for the Oyster River Fire Rescue Department for fire department equipment, as outlined in Appendix A, attached to the staff report dated August 26, 2022.
209Carried
 
Director Leigh left the meeting at 6:06 pm.
 
 
The meeting recessed at 6:06 pm and resumed at 6:28 pm.
 
 
AIRSHED ROUNDTABLE UPDATE
 
 
R. Holme, Manager of Long Range Planning and Sustainability, provided an introduction to the update on the Airshed Roundtable.
 
 
D. Arbour/W. Cole-Hamilton: THAT the presentation from Dr. Charmaine Enns, Medical Health Officer and Tarek Ayache, Air Quality Meteorologist with the Ministry of Environment, regarding an update on the Airshed Roundtable be received. [Item
208 and 212Carried
 
FUNCTION 550 COMOX VALLEY TOURISM SERVICE UPDATE & BYLAW
 
 
D. Arbour/A. Hamir: THAT the report dated September 16, 2022 regarding an update on the Comox Valley Tourism Service and introduction of a bylaw to set the fees and charges for use of the Visitor Centre be received. [Item
209Carried
 
L. Kilpatrick, Economic Recovery and Community Resilience Coordinator, provided an overview of the staff report regarding an update on the Comox Valley Tourism Service and introduction of a bylaw to set the fees and charges for use of the Visitor Centre.
 
 
D. Hillian/D. Arbour: THAT the board give first, second and third readings to Bylaw No. 734 being “Visitor Centre Fees and Charges Bylaw No. 734, 2022” as attached to the staff report dated September 16, 2022;

AND FURTHER THAT the rental of the Visitor Centre spaces be limited to rental by community organizations with a mandate to serve the residents of the Comox Valley.
209Carried
 
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES - SCOPING STUDY
 
 
D. Hillian/D. Arbour: THAT the report dated September 14, 2022 regarding the scoping study prepared to assist the CVRD in considering potential social development activities be received. [Item
208Carried
 
Marcie DeWitt, Consultant, provided an overview of the scoping study prepared to assist the CVRD in considering potential social development activities. [Item
 
 
W. Morin/W. Cole-Hamilton: THAT the report entitled Social Development Activities in Local Government be referred to the board’s 2023 strategic planning process for consideration.
208Carried
 
Director Grant left the meeting at 7:44 pm.
 
 
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: EXPLORATION OF POLICY AND PROCEDURE
 
 
A. Hamir/M. McCollum: THAT the report dated September 15, 2022 regarding revising existing policy and developing a Community Partnerships Framework be received. [Item
208 and 212Carried
 
L. Kilpatrick, Economic Recovery and Community Resilience Coordinator, provided an overview of the staff report regarding revising existing policy and developing a Community Partnerships Framework.
 
 
REGIONAL GROWTH STRATEGY PERFORMANCE MONITORING DASHBOARD
 
 
D. Arbour/W. Cole-Hamilton: THAT the report dated September 14, 2022 regarding an update on the development and launch of the Regional Growth Strategy Performance Monitoring Dashboard, a new web-based platform that will help track and communicate progress towards the eight goals set out in the Comox Valley Regional District RGS be received. [Item
208 and 212Carried
 
D. Thiessen, Policy and Planning Analyst, presented an overview of the staff report regarding an update on the development and launch of the Regional Growth Strategy Performance Monitoring Dashboard. [Item
 
 
D. Hillian/A. Hamir: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) Board authorize staff to publish the Regional Growth Strategy Performance Monitoring Dashboard on the CVRD website.
208 and 212Carried
 
FUNDING REQUEST FROM THE VANCOUVER ISLAND AND COASTAL COMMUNITIES CLIMATE LEADERSHIP TEAM
 
 
D. Arbour/E. Grieve: THAT the report dated September 12, 2022 regarding a funding request from Mayor Lisa Helps (City of Victoria) and Mayor Michelle Staples (City of Duncan) in their capacity as co-chairs of the Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities Climate Leadership team be received. [Item
208 and 212Carried
 
Attachments referenced in Appendix A of the report are attached here. [Item
 
 
W. Cole-Hamilton/E. Grieve: THAT $13,000 be granted as requested in the letter dated September 12, 2022 from Mayor Lisa Helps (City of Victoria) and Mayor Michelle Staples (City of Duncan), co-chairs of the Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities Climate Leadership team, from RGS function 512 to to support completion of the “2030 Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities Climate Leadership Plan”.
208 and 212Carried
 
ANNUAL TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 
 
W. Cole-Hamilton/E. Grieve: THAT the report dated September 12, 2022 regarding seeking direction on recommended transit improvements be received. [Item
209Carried
 
M. Zbarsky, Manager of Transit and Facilities, presented an overview of the staff report regarding the recommended transit improvements. [Item
 
 
D. Hillian/D. Arbour: THAT a 3,000 hour conventional transit expansion be approved for implementation in April 2023 in order to maintain transit service levels during the Comox Valley Sewer Conveyance project;

AND FURTHER THAT upon completion of the Comox Valley Sewer Conveyance project, these service hours be used to implement initial priorities from the Comox Valley Transit Future Action Plan;

AND FINALLY THAT the specific initial priorities from the Transit Future Action Plan be considered by the Comox Valley Regional District Board in 2023.
209Carried
 
D. Hillian/D. Arbour: THAT a 500 hour custom paratransit expansion be approved for implementation in January 2023 in order to extend handyDART service into the evening.
209Carried
 
GRANT STATUS REPORT - AUGUST 31, 2022
 
 
E. Grieve/A. Hamir: THAT the report dated September 14, 2022 regarding grant applications and the status of approved grants be received. [Item
208Carried
 
2022-2026 FINANCIAL PLAN - BUDGET AMENDMENT - UBCM COMMUNITY EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FUND FOR EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTRE AND EMERGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES
 
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the report dated September 15, 2022 regarding a financial plan amendment, under the Comox Valley Emergency Program (CVEP), function 270, to include two Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) Community Emergency Preparedness Fund (CEPF) grants, for the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and training and the Emergency Support Services (ESS) that support the “Hosting with Humility” initiative be received. [Item
209Carried
 
K. Douville, Manager of Financial Planning, provided an overview of the staff report regarding a financial plan amendment, under the Comox Valley Emergency Program (CVEP), function 270, to include two Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) Community Emergency Preparedness Fund (CEPF) grants, for the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and training and the Emergency Support Services (ESS) that support the “Hosting with Humility” initiative.
 
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the 2022-2026 financial plan and capital expenditure program for the Comox Valley Emergency Program service, function 270, be amended to include a Union of BC Municipalities Community Preparedness Fund grant (Emergency Operations Centre and Training Funding Stream) in the 2022 budget year in the amount of $24,500 to assist with the “Hosting with Humility initiative: Adapting the Emergency Operations Centre Structure to Expand Host Community Capacity” project. The corresponding operational expenses will be as outlined in the September 15,2022 staff report.
209Carried
 
D. Arbour/E. Grieve: THAT the 2022-2026 financial plan and capital expenditure program for the Comox Valley Emergency Program service, function 270, be amended to include a Union of BC Municipalities Community Preparedness Fund grant (Emergency Support Services Funding Stream) in the 2022 budget year in the amount of $24,700 to assist with the “Hosting with Humility: Reimagining Comox Valley as a Host Community” project. The corresponding operational expenses will be as outlined in the September 15, 2022 staff report.
209Carried
 
ELECTORAL AREAS SERVICES COMMITTEE – SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 (Continued)
 
 
D. Arbour/A. Hamir: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board grant an exemption to Bylaw No. 600, being the “Floodplain Management Bylaw No. 600, 2020,” to permit the development of a tourist accommodation facility and related site works within the floodplain setback for the year 2100, on property described as Lot 1 (See EK131521), District Lot 221 and Part of the Bed of the Straight of Georgia, Comox District, Plan 32761, PID 023-611-464 (8958 Clarkson Avenue);

AND FINALLY THAT, as a condition of the site specific exemption to the Floodplain Management Bylaw, the property owners, at their expense, register a restrictive covenant under Section 219 of the Land Title Act, specifying conditions that would enable the land to be safely used for the use intended according to the terms of the engineer report prepared by Alex McBride, P. Eng., dated August 30, 2022, which will form part of the restrictive covenant, as well as an acknowledgement that no Disaster Financial Assistance funding is available for the building or its contents and releasing and indemnifying the Comox Valley Regional District from liability in the event that any damage is caused by flooding or erosion.
208 and 213Carried
 
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board approve Mount Washington Mixed Use Development Permit DP 28C 22 (Sky Islands Holdings ULC) for a nine lot subdivision for property described as Lot 1, Blocks 1450 and 1469, Comox District, Plan EPP45916, PID 029-745-381 (Lot 1 of Plan EPP45916, Strathcona Parkway);

AND FURTHER THAT the Corporate Legislative Officer be authorized to execute the permit.
208 and 213Carried
 
D. Arbour/W. Morin: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board approve the Development Permit DP 5B 22 (Allen) to permit the construction of an accessory building within 30.0 metres of a property within the Agricultural Land Reserve described as Lot 1, District Lot 224, Comox District, Plan 20499, Except Parcel A (DD 26751W), PID 002-901-340 (1269 Wilkinson Road);

AND FINALLY THAT subject to the receipt of $16,425.00 security deposit, the Corporate Legislative Officer be authorized to execute the permit.
208 and 213Carried
 
D. Arbour/E. Grieve: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board grant an exemption to Bylaw No. 600 being the “Floodplain Management Bylaw No. 600, 2020” to permit a proposed single detached dwelling to be sited at 15 metres from the present natural boundary of the Strait of Georgia (FR 2C 22, Mathers/ Deslauriers) on property described as Strata Lot 8, Sections 8 and 17, Township 5, Comox District, and Part of the Former Bed of the Strait of Georgia, Strata Plan VIS6179, Together with an Interest in the Common Property in Proportion to the Unit Entitlement of the Strata Lot as Shown on Form V, PID 026-920-069 (8772 Driftwood Road);

AND FINALLY THAT, as a condition of the site specific exemption to the Floodplain Management Bylaw, the property owners, at their own expense, register a restrictive covenant under Section 219 of the Local Government Act (RSBC, 2015, c. 1), specifying conditions that would enable the land to be safely used for the use intended according to the terms of the engineer report prepared by Tony Williamson, B.Sc., and Chris Hudec, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., of Lewkowich Engineering Associates Ltd.., dated July 25, 2022, which will form part of the restrictive covenant, as well as an acknowledgement that no Disaster Financial Assistance funding is available for the building or its contents and releasing and indemnifying the Comox Valley Regional District from liability in the event any damage is caused by flooding or erosion.
208 and 213Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board approve the Development Permit DP 26C 22 (Harding) to permit the construction of a single detached dwelling and accessory buildings within 30.0 metres of a property within the Agricultural Land Reserve described as Lot O, Section 9, Township 5, Comox District, Plan 9520, PID 005-334-365 (1525 Seaview Road);

AND FINALLY THAT subject to the receipt of a $2,910.48 security deposit, the Corporate Legislative Officer be authorized to execute the permit.
208 and 213Carried
 
D. Arbour/E. Grieve: THAT the Agricultural Land Commission be advised that the Comox Valley Regional District supports Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) Non-Adhering Residential Use application ALR 4C 22 (Michaud/ Armstrong) concerning the conversion of an accessory building into an additional dwelling located on Lot 3, Section 7, Township 6 and Block 29, Comox District, Plan EPP4861, PID 028-362-411 (6821 Farnham Road);

AND FINALLY THAT the application ALR 4C 22 (Michaud/Armstrong) regarding a nonadhering residential use on a property within the ALR be forwarded to the Agricultural Land Commission for final consideration.
208 and 213Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board give first and second reading to Bylaw No. 733, being the “Rural Comox Valley Zoning Bylaw No. 520, 2019, Amendment No. 10” which rezones properties known as That Part of District Lot 100, Comox District, Lying to the North of the Island Highway and to the West of Parcel A (DD 15057N), Except that Part in Plan 20383 (7648 Island Hwy.) from Commercial One (C-1) to Commercial One Exception 13 (C-1-13);

AND FINALLY THAT pursuant to Section 464(1) of the Local Government Act (RSBC, 2015, c.1), the Board schedule a public hearing for Bylaw No. 733, being the “Rural Comox Valley Zoning Bylaw No. 520, 2019, Amendment No. 10” (RZ 1C 22, Edge Grain Forest Products Ltd.).
208 and 213Carried
 
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT the Comox Valley Regional District Board send a letter to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure requesting them to undertake and lead a review of the road network in the Macaulay area, with a focus on safety, mobility and reliability including secondary connectivity and active transportation, and subsequently consider implementation opportunities based on the findings of the review;

AND FURTHER THAT no further study work be pursued by Comox Valley Regional District on this matter at this time.

AND FINALLY THAT a letter be sent from the Electoral Areas Services Committee to the Courtenay-Comox MLA and the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure advocating for a new roadway.
208Carried
 
D. Arbour/W. Morin: THAT the May 24, 2022 Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) Board approved building services project be updated to reflect preliminary feedback received during the August 8, 2022 Electoral Areas Services Committee, including a focus on:
• Streamlining application and workflow processes,
• Improving communications with the public,
• Conducting outreach with the local building industry to support innovation and training (e.g. Energy Step Code), and increased awareness of the CVRD’s building permit application, review and inspection processes; and
• Conducting a review of policies in other jurisdictions, including the Denman and Hornby Local Trust Areas.
209Carried
 
D. Hillian/D. Arbour: THAT the report attached as Appendix A, entitled Affordable Housing Support and Development Opportunities (on Denman and Hornby Islands), be referred to the board’s 2023 strategic planning process.
208Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the board support an application to the Union of BC Municipalities Community Emergency Preparedness Fund for up to $210,000 for Oyster River Fire Rescue, Merville Fire, Mount Washington Fire, Union Bay Fire Rescue, Hornby Island Fire Rescue, Denman Island Fire Rescue and Fanny Bay Fire Department for fire department equipment, training and upgrades to training grounds, as outlined in Appendix A, attached to the staff report dated September 8, 2022.
209Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT a further allocation of $15,000 from the uncommitted BC Safe Restart Grant funds in the Puntledge North Community Facilities Support Service, function 676, be approved for distribution to assist the Merville Community Hall with the rising costs for a full septic system upgrade.

(This would leave $20,000 in uncommitted BC Safe Restart Grant funds remaining in the service for distribution to other community facilities.)
207Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT the Electoral Areas Arts and Culture Grant Service, function 615, provide $2,000 in conditional grant funding to The Alberni Project Society and a further $800 to the Comox Valley Writers Society.

(This would leave $2,200 in uncommitted grant funding remaining in 2022).
209Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT a 2022 Rural Community Grant be awarded in the amount of $1,500 to Macaulay Road and Area Neighbourhood Association from Area C.
208Carried
 
E. Grieve/D. Arbour: THAT a 2022 Rural Community Grant be awarded in the amount of $2,500 to Scouts Canada Camp Gilwell - $500 from Area B and $2,000 from Area C.
208Carried
 
D. Arbour/E. Grieve: THAT 2022 Rural Community Grants be awarded in the amounts of $8,666 to Guardians of Mid-Island Estuaries Society - $3,333 from Area A, $3,333 from Area B and $2,000 from Area C.
208Carried
 
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT the Union Bay Water Local Service Area Water Master Plan, final report dated September 8, 2022 be received;

AND FURTHER THAT in line with the reports principal findings staff utilize existing resources to work towards increasing existing treatment capacity, reducing system leakage and engaging in discussions with Union Bay Estates towards expanding water treatment capacity;

AND FINALLY THAT staff develop an implementation strategy for all recommended actions that includes analysis of timing, water rate implications and costs to be reflected in the 2023-2027 financial plan for the Union Bay Water Local Service Area.
207Carried
 
BYLAWS AND RESOLUTIONS:
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT Bylaw No. 734 being "Visitor Centre Fees and Charges Bylaw No. 734, 2022" be given first and second readings concurrently. [Item
209Carried
 
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT Bylaw No. 734 being "Visitor Centre Fees and Charges Bylaw No. 734, 2022" be read a third time.
209Carried
 
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT Bylaw No. 719 being "Regional Parks and Trails Service Establishment Bylaw No. 719, 2022" be adopted. [Item
208Carried
 
ADJOURN TO IN-CAMERA:
The board adjourned to an in-camera session at 8:42 pm.
 
 
RISE AND REPORT:
The board rose from its in-camera session at 8:45 pm and reported the following from the August 30, 2022 and September 20, 2022 in-camera meetings:
 
 
Appointment of the following applicants as Sewer Extension South Liquid Waste Management Plan Addendum Public Advisory Committee Members:

Tabitha Donkers (Royston)
Ken Newman (Royston)
Norm Prince (Craigdarroch)
Rosanne Steinke (Craigdarroch)
Jim Elliot (Union Bay)
Ryan Lymburner (Union Bay); and,
 
 
"That Ian Munro be invited to attend Public Advisory Committee meetings in his current capacity as Alternate Electoral Area A Director, and be considered for a late resident member appointment should he no longer be the alternate Electoral Area A Director."
 
 
TERMINATION:
D. Arbour/D. Hillian: THAT the meeting terminate.
208Carried
 
Time: 8:45 pm.
 
 
 Confirmed this _______ day of ______ 20___:




____________________________________
Jesse Ketler
Chair
 
Certified Correct and Recorded By:




____________________________________
Lisa Dennis
Manager of Legislative Services
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