A quick look into the Revelstoke relevant items discussed at the CSRD meeting.
City of Revelstoke – EOF Application, Funding Area B Economic Development
Ingrid Bron, Director of Community Economic Development, in attendance to provide overview of Revelstoke Area B Commission Activities and of Funding requests for 2019-2021 and for the funding of special projects/initiatives – economic development. The Board allocated $165,000 per year for a period of three years beginning in 2019 and continuing to 2021 from the Economic Opportunity Fund to the City of Revelstoke Community Economic Development department to support core administration costs, subject to the approval of Area B Director and the City of Revelstoke Council.
Recycling Depot Contract Awards
The Board awarded contracts for bottle depot operators supporting the Recycle BC program in Salmon Arm, Revelstoke and Golden. View report.
Zoning, OCP and Land Use Amendments
Electoral Area B: Electoral Area B Official Community Plan Amendment (Illecillewaet Development Inc.) Bylaw No. 850-12 and Electoral Area B Zoning Bylaw Amendment (Illecillewaet Development Inc.) 851-15
- Illecillewaet Development Inc. is applying for an amendment to the Electoral Area B Official Community Plan Bylaw and Zoning Bylaw to incorporate proposed expansions of the Revelstoke Adventure Park, located east of Revelstoke at Greely. Following Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure approval, the Board agreed to adopt the amendments. View report. View press release.
Electoral Area B: Electoral Area B Zoning Amendment (Gagnon et al) Bylaw No. 851-16
- The applicant wants to amend the zone and designation for the property, which includes seven strata lots, located on Mt. Begbie Road. The bylaw proposes to add bed and breakfast as a permitted secondary use to the CDB1 Development Area 1 zone, which would apply to all seven strata lots. For strata lot 6 only, it is proposed by the property owners that a vacation rental be a permitted use for the subject property. The proposal for lot 6 also restricts the vacation rental to be operated by the permanent resident of the single family dwelling. The board gave second reading and referred the matter to a public hearing. View report.