Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Council Brief – February 26 2019

The latest council meeting covered plenty of topics over yesterday afternoon, including presentations and a motion to update the Development Cost Charges (DCC). This spurred a conversation about how the DCC and Official Community Plan.

There was talk of the long term financial plan guide, available today, February 27 on the city website, for the public to review. An email to comment on the proposed budget is below. The public can also attend a Special Budget Consultation meeting on March 7, 2019 at 3:00 pm in Council Chambers.

Below is a City Brief of the meeting.

PRESENTATIONS

Revelstoke Museum & Archives – Curator Cathy English presented a report, highlighting museum visitor statistics, major events, facility upgrades and 2019 projects.

Revelstoke Snow-Cross Film Producer, Steve Hall in conjunction with the BC Film Commissioner, David Barritt – Presenters announced their plan for 2 time X-Games medalist Brock Hoyer to create the first ever snow bike feature right here in Revelstoke.

Interior Health, Specialist Environmental Health Officer, Jessy Bhatti described the Drinking Water Quality Improvement Program, view the Council video for details.

CORPORATE ADMINISTRATION

Councillor Younker brought a Notice of Motion for staff to update Development Cost Charges Bylaw No. 1781.

FINANCIAL PLANNING

The Guide to the Long-Term Financial Plan was approved with amendments for public review and will be uploaded to the website on February 27th, 2019. The Director of Finance welcomes comments at budget@revelstoke.ca or in person at the Special Budget Consultation meeting on March 7, 2019 at 3:00 pm in Council Chambers.

DEVELOPMENT

Development Variance Permits DVP2018-10 for Basecamp 30 unit motel development at 405 Highway 23 North and DVP2018-08 Regent Inn LED sign at 103 Victoria Road East received approval for issuance.

A&W – 1884 Trans Canada Highway – View Council Report / Attachments An application for a development permit to reconstruct the A&W restaurant on its existing footprint including variances for signage was accepted and supported by Council. The development will produce a complete rebranding on the exterior of the building.

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