Citizens for a Livable Cranbrook Society provides grassroots leadership and an inclusive process, with a voice for all community members, to ensure that our community grows and develops in a way that incorporates an environmental ethic, offers a range of housing and transportation choices, encourages a vibrant and cultural life and supports sustainable, meaningful employment and business opportunities.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Advance Notes for the Council Meeting of September 9th 2013

  1. David Wilks, M.P. Update on events in Ottawa and this riding
  2. Ron Popoff and Max Dressler, Rotary Club of Cranbrook re:  History of Rotary and partnership with City and update regarding North Star Trail and expansion of Rotary Way
  3. Dana Osiowy, Sally Masters and Carly Proudfoot, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook re:  Report – 100th Anniversary of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada
Council Inquiries

Administration Update
Can be read at:
Includes Seniors rate report for airport parking, Highway 3/95 vacancy, Speed Bumps for 2nd St South, Finance and Computer Services report, swimming fees for people with disabilities, Public Works report including items concerning pedestrian crosswalk, Moir Park watering schedule and Clocktower Square. 

9.1 - 9.9
Items 9.1 through 9.4 concern railroad safety issues

9.11 - 9.12
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day, Waste Reduction Week and United Way Month

Committee Recommendations
Highway 3/95

New Business

WHEREAS there has been recent interest in the preservation of historical City owned buildings including the brick garage located behind City Hall known as the former Works and Electrical building; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City host a planning workshop to identify requirements and seek public input on future use of City owned buildings and lands in the vicinity of City Hall including the Fire Hall, the RCMP building and former Works and Electrical building. 

Submitted by Councillor B. Whetham

Mayors Brown Bag Lunch

Coffee with the Mayor

Elko Station Rezoning Request

Appointment to Family and Community Services Committee

RDEK Bylaw referral

To consider a referral from the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) to change the home based business regulations in the Cranbrook Rural Zoning Bylaw, Moyie Land Use Bylaw, Fort Steele-Bull River Land Use Bylaw and the Rockyview OCP of Electoral Area C. The amendments will introduce Minor Home Based Business (Bylaws 2453, 2457, and 2459) and introduce policies that support rezoning applications to add major home based businesses as a permitted use on parcels 4.0 ha or larger (Bylaws 2457, 2459 & 2496).

Zoning Amendment

Proposed Zoning Amendment Bylaw 3775, 2013, would add "Recreational vehicle service, sales and rental" as permitted uses to the C-2 - Highway Commercial Zone.

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