2008 Agendas & Minutes

September 8, 2008 - Agenda

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City of Richmond Meeting Agenda

City Council

 

Council Chambers, City Hall

6911 No. 3 Road

Monday, September 8 2008

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 28, 2008 (distributed previously);

 

 

(2)

the minutes of the Special Council Meeting held on Tuesday, July 29, 2008 (distributed previously); and

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(3)

the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting for Public Hearings held on Wednesday, September 3, 2008; and

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to receive for information, the Metro Vancouver “Board in Brief” dated July 25, 2008.

 

 

 

AGENDA ADDITIONS & DELETIONS

 

 

 

PRESENTATION

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Lyn Greenhill, Chair of the Richmond Library Board, and Greg Buss, Chief Librarian of the Richmond Public Library, to present the Library’s Annual 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)

 

 

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.

 

 

·   

Appointment of Approving Officer

 

 

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Richmond Yacht Club - Liquor Primary - Club Licence

 

 

·   

Youth Service Plan – Where Youth Thrive

 

 

·   

Richmond Public Art Commission 2006-2007 Annual Report and 2008 Public Art Work Plan

 

 

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Land use applications for first reading (to be further considered at the Public Hearing on October 20, 2008):

 

 

 

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8671/8691 Calder Road– Rezone From (R5) To (R1/B) (Kulvir S. Dosanjh – applicant).

 

 

 

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3620/3640 Lockhart Road – Rezone from (R5) to (R1/B) (Elegant Development Inc.  –applicant).

 

 

 

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3731/3733 Lockhart Road – Rezone From (R1/E) To (R1/B) Capital Development Ltd. – Applicant).

 

 

 

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11440 Williams Road – Rezone From (R1/E) To (R1-0.6) (Karnjit Gosal – Applicant).

 

 

 

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10540 Williams Road – Rezone From (R1/E) To (R1-0.6) (Aman Dhaliwal – Applicant).

 

 

 

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8460 Francis Road – Rezone From (R1/C) To (R/9) (Khalid Hasan – Applicant).

 

 

 

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9988 Dayton Ave – Rezone From (R1/E) To (R1-0.6) (Pritam S. Dhinjal – Applicant).

 

 

5.

Motion to adopt items 6 through 11 by general consent.

 

Consent

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6.

COMMITTEE MINUTES

 

 

 

That the minutes of:

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(1)

the General Purposes Committee meeting held on Tuesday, September 2, 2008;

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(2)

the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Committee meeting held on Tuesday, July 29, 2008; and

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(3)

the Planning Committee meeting held on Tuesday, September 3, 2008.

 

 

be received for information.

 

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7.

APPOINTMENT OF APPROVING OFFICER

(Report:  August 19, 2008, File No.:  0172-02) (REDMS No. 2489701)

 

Consent

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GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That Part (2) of Resolution No. S03/10-02, adopted by Council on October 20, 2003, regarding the appointment of Approving Officers for the City, be rescinded; and

 

 

(2)

That Mr. Brian J. Jackson, Director of Development, be appointed as Approving Officer for the City; and that Mr. Reg Adams, Supervisor, Urban Development (Utilities), be appointed Approving Officer in the absence of Mr. Jackson; and that Mr. Joe Erceg, General Manager of Planning and Development, and Mr. Wayne Craig, Program Coordinator – Development, be appointed as Approving Officers in the absence of both Mr. Jackson and Mr. Adams.

 

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Consent

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Item

8.

RICHMOND YACHT CLUB - LIQUOR PRIMARY - CLUB LICENCE
(Report:  August 26, 2008, File No.: 01-0060-20-RYAC1) (REDMS No. 2496377)

 

 

GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That:

 

 

(1)

the resolution adopted on July 28, 2008, in relation to the Richmond Yacht Club Liquor-Primary Club License application be rescinded; and

 

 

(2)

the application by Richmond Yacht Club for a Liquor Primary-Club License be supported by Council, and that a letter of resolution be forwarded to Liquor Control and Licencing Branch advising that;

 

 

 

(a)

the premises of the Richmond Yacht Club located at 7411 River Road is zoned School and Public Use which permits the use of a recreational facility and that the area surrounding the Richmond Yacht Club is a mixture of industrial, office uses and other water-related activities

 

 

 

(b)

the purpose of the club is to serve club members and invited guests only and not open to the general public. Consequently, if successful in obtaining a liquor license, the operation would not conflict with any nearby social, recreation or public buildings;

 

 

 

(c)

the establishment is not expected to negatively affect vehicular traffic patterns in the area and as the building is located under the flight path of Vancouver International Airport traffic and on the dyke next to the middle arm of the Fraser River, it is anticipated that the potential of any additional noise would have little or no impact on the surrounding properties;

 

 

 

(d)

as the proposed liquor sales is to club members and invited quests only and not to the general public; the proposed hours of liquor sales of 9:00 a.m. to Midnight, Sunday to Thursday and 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m., Fridays and Saturdays with a patron capacity of 120 has been reviewed and is acceptable;

 

 

 

(e)

Council considered the views of area residents by having the applicant erect signage in front of the establishment as well as publish an advertisement in a local newspaper for three consecutive issues with detailed information of the application and the required contact information for submitting any comments on the proposal.  In addition, the City mailed letters to businesses, residents and property owners within a 100 meter radius of the building to gather their views of the application.  This public consultation was for a period of 30 days and ended on July 9, 2008.  Council noted that there was no community responses received from the letters mailed out, posted signage or newspaper advertisements; and

 

 

 

(f)

there were no other local issues Council considered relevant to this application.

 

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Consent

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Item

9.

YOUTH SERVICE PLAN - WHERE YOUTH THRIVE
(Report:  July 10, 2008, File No.:  11-7000-05/2008-Vol 01) (REDMS No. 2468977, 2468798)

 

 

PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

That the “Youth Service Plan – Where Youth Thrive (as amended through stakeholder consultation) and attached as Attachment 2, be endorsed.

 

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Consent

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Item

10.

RICHMOND PUBLIC ART COMMISSION 2006-2007 ANNUAL REPORT AND 2008 PUBLIC ART WORK PLAN

(Report:  July 15, 2008, File No.:  01-0100-20-RPAR1-01/2008-Vol 01) (REDMS No. 2460686)

 

 

PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

(1)

That the Richmond Public Art Commission 2006-2007 Annual Report be received for information;

 

 

(2)

That the Richmond Public Art Commission 2008 Public Art Work Plan be approved; and

 

 

(3)

That staff be directed to review policies for City Council approval of public art work on private property and report back to Council through the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Committee.

 

Consent

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Item

11.

APPLICATIONS FOR REZONING

 

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(A)

KULVIR S. DOSANJH

(RZ 07-392379 - Report:  July 17, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8376) (REDMS No. 2449194, 1081046, 2479777, 2479781

 

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(B)

ELEGANT DEVELOPMENT INC.

(RZ 07-390593 - Report:  July 15, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8391) (REDMS No. 2458150, 1081048, 2458212, 2458213)

 

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(C)

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.

(RZ 08-403603 - Report:  July 18, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8413) (REDMS No. 2475943, 1081048, 2477076, 2477081)

 

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(D)

KARNJIT GOSAL

(RZ 07-397368 - Report:  July 31, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8416) (REDMS No. 2484324, 2485676, 2486077)

 

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(E)

AMAN DHALIWAL

(RZ 08-407312 - Report:  July 31, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8412) (REDMS No. 2475919, 2477053, 2477063)

 

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(F)

KHALID HASAN

(RZ 07-380103 - Report:  August 1, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8415) (REDMS No. 2482388, 2485704, 2485970)

 

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(G)

PRITAM S. DHINJAL

(RZ 08-408508 - Report:  July 31, 2008, File No.:  12-8060-20-8414) (REDMS No. 2480069, 2480133, 2480140)

 

 

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

 

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

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(1)

Bylaw No. 8376, for the rezoning of 8671/8691 Calder Road from “Two-Family Housing District (R5)” to “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area B (R1/B)”;

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(2)

Bylaw No. 8391, for the rezoning of 3620/3640 Lockhart Road from “Two-Family Housing District (R5)” to “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area B (R1/B)”;

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(3)

Bylaw No. 8413, for the rezoning of 3731/3733 Lockhart Road from “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E)” to “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area B (R1/B)”;

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(4)

That Bylaw No. 8416, for the rezoning of 11440 Williams Road from “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E)” to “Single-Family Housing District (R1-0.6)”;

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(5)

Bylaw No. 8412, for the rezoning of 10540 Williams Road from “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E)” to “Single-Family Housing District (R1-0.6)”;

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(6)

Bylaw No. 8415, for the rezoning of 8460 Francis Rd. from “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area C (R1/C)” to “Coach House District (R/9)”;

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(7)

Bylaw No. 8414, for the rezoning of 9988 Dayton Ave. from “Single-Family Housing District, Subdivision Area E (R1/E)” to “Single-Family Housing District (R1-0.6)”,

 

 

 

PUBLIC DELEGATIONS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

 

 

12.

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

 

 

 

Ashley Duyker, Community Action Coordinator, Canadian Cancer Society, speaking on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society, BC and Yukon Division regarding a Pesticide Bylaw and Education Program in the City of Richmond.

 

 

13.

Motion to rise and report.

 

 

 

RATIFICATION OF COMMITTEE ACTION

 

 

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

 

 

BYLAWS FOR ADOPTION

 

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Zoning & Development Bylaw No. 5300, Amendment Bylaw No. 8103

(6351 & 6391 Minoru Blvd,  RZ 04-286496)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Highway Closure and Removal Dedication (Capstan Way Lane and Sexsmith Road) Bylaw No. 8220

Opposed at 1st/2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Zoning & Development Bylaw No. 5300, Amendment Bylaw No. 8316

(6760, 6780, 6800, 6820 Cooney Road, 8371, 8411 Anderson Road, 6771, 6811, 6831 Eckersley Road, RZ 06-322803)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Zoning & Development Bylaw No. 5300, Amendment Bylaw No. 8332

(11311 Williams Road, RZ 07-369284)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Road Closure and Removal of Road Dedication (Corner of Moncton Street and No. 1 Road) Bylaw No. 8392

Opposed at 1st/2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Business Licence Bylaw 7360, Amendment Bylaw No. 8407
Opposed at 1st/2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Flood Plain Designation and Protection Bylaw No. 8204

Opposed at 1st/2nd/3rd Readings – None.

 

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Building Regulation Bylaw 7230, Amendment Bylaw No. 8314

Opposed at 1st/2nd/3rd Readings – None.

(Linked to Bylaw 8204 as part of the Flood Plain Designation and Protection Program)

 

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Zoning & Development Bylaw No. 5300, Amendment Bylaw No. 8319

(Building Height and Half Storey Building Area)

Opposed at 1st Reading – None.

Opposed at 2nd/3rd Readings – None.

(Linked to Bylaw 8204 as part of the Flood Plain Designation and Protection Program)

 

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

9/5/2008 3:16:04 PM