5.1 Heritage Association: Little Brick Building
See material from Karen Crawford:
That Council adopt the "Multi-Use Recreation Trail Bylaw No. 3795, 2014"; and further, that
Council direct Administration to proceed with enforcement of this bylaw on a complaint basis.
To ensure a safe environment for pedestrian use, equestrian use was also determined not to be a permitted use on the trail. This restriction has been supported by the former NorthStar Rails to Trails Advisory Committee.
Staff would like to put up the applicable signage outlining the restrictions, but unless in bylaw, there is no enforcement mechanism. Since the trail opened, there have been discussions with bylaw staff and the RCMP, confirming that unless these restrictions are reflected in bylaw, these rules cannot be enforced. By accepting the proposed bylaw, motorized/equine restrictions on the trail can be enforced. Staff anticipate that there will be very low number of vehicle or equestrian use issues along the trail, especially with the addition of signage.
6.2 3797 OCP
Third reading and adoption of a proposed amendment to redesignate a property located on 30th Avenue from Highway "Commercial" to a "Low Density Residential"
To consider third reading and adoption for a proposed amendment of the Zoning Bylaw to rezone
property located on 30th Avenue North from a "C-2 - Highway Commercial Zone" to a "RT -
Residential Transition Zone".
To consider third reading and adoption of a bylaw amendment to change the zoning map by amending
the designation of District Lot 10360 from RR-16, Rural Residential (Extensive) Zone to RR-60, Rural
To seek Council's approval to submit to the RDEK Board an invitation to meet with Mayor Stetski and
Council to enter into discussions regarding the creation of a joint Commission or Committee to review
8.1 To present to Council for approval the unaudited complementary schedules produced in
accordance with the Financial Information Act.
8.2 Coffee with the Mayor
Resident concerns brought to the attention of the Mayor can be read at:https://cranbrook.civicweb.net/Documents/DocumentList.aspx?ID=3956
8.3 Mayor's Brown Bag Lunch
Responses to issues raised can be read at:
8.4 To consider approval of an application for a Downtown Commercial Development Permit to enable
renovations to an existing commercial building located at 1213 Baker Lane, zoned C-1 - Community
Commercial Zone, and located within the Downtown Commercial Development Permit area.
9.1 Environment and Utility
That Council approve the following recommendations from the Environment and Utilities Committee:
1. That the Environment and Utilities Committee invite a delegation from the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resources Operations to come and speak to Council.
2. Furthermore that the delegation from the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resources Operations be heard at a Special Council meeting
9.2 Environment and Utility 15year Asset Management
That Council approve in principle, the concept of developing an annual integrated capital program based on a 15 year integrated capital plan prepared by Administration to reflect Community needs based on priority and affordability , and That Council direct Administration to develop an integrated capital program policy to monitor and maintain a 15 year integrated capital plan based on priorities determined by Council at the beginning of each term, and to develop the annual capital budget plan for the consideration of Council not later than the end of September each year
Can be read at: