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, January 5, 2015

Advance Notes for the Council meeting of January 5th, 6:00pm Council Chambers

No Delegations


6.1 Rescind Fluoridation Bylaw 3799 as it did not pass referendum

6.2 Adoption of loan authorisation bylaw 3812
The deadline for receiving elector responses against borrowing up to $700,000 to finance the
replacement of the Motor Control Center (MCC) at the City's Spray Irrigation Facility was December 10, 2014. Sufficient elector response forms were not received and the Director of Corporate Services provided a Certificate of Non-Sufficiency. City Council may proceed with adoption of Motor Control Center '(MCC) replacement -Spray Irrigation Facility Loan. Authorization Bylaw No. 3812, 2014.

6.3 OCP Amendment  Bylaw 3814.
To consider first reading amendment to the Wildstone Neighbourhood Plan in the City's Official Community Plan. The proposed amendment will: .
• change the neighbourhood plan text by deleting references to a second golf course, amending
dwelling unit number - to reflect removing the densities attributed to the subject parcel;
• remove the subject parcel (racetrack lands) from the neighbourhood plan area map schedules;
• amend the subject properties land use designation from Comprehensive Development to Low
Density Residential and Core Commercial;
• amend the proposed trail system map in the neighbourhood plan to realign the public pathways to
be consistent with the major road network and proposed utility alignments.

6.4  Zoning Amendment Bylaw 3816.  To consider first and second reading and referrals for a proposed rezoning of land located on 6th Street NW to enable consideration of subdivision and residential development of the property.

New Business

8.1 To consider an application for an Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) Subdivision of a 4.0 ha property located on Parnaby Road to facilitate creation of two 2.0 ha parcels.

Committee Recommendations
That Council authorize placement of a Safe Communities Cranbrook sign in the service clubs ladder
board at the west entrance of Cranbrook at the expense of Safe Communities Cranbrook; and further,
that Council require the sign be a similar design style to existing signs in the ladder board; and further,
that Council forward the request to the Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce, to inquire about
the ability for Safe Communities Cranbrook to place a sign on the Chamber of Commerce property
near the east entrance of the City.

Administration Report
Can be read in full at:
2014 Urban Deer Public Educaticn Campaign (WildSafeBC) 
St. Mary's School Crosswalk Request


Habitat for Humanity
Kootenay Christian Academy
Alzheimer Awareness month
Know Your Watershed

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