Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Council Highlights – March 12 2019

City of Revelstoke Administration Department has started implementing ‘Council Highlights’, a document that is published immediately following Council Meetings and contains a breakdown of what was covered including presentations, financial planning, and development. The March 12 2019 breakdown is below.

PRESENTATIONS
The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce, Visitor Information Centre, and Tourism Revelstoke presented a report with an annual overview for 2018. The report highlighted core objectives, visitor statistics and the recent rebrand.

FINANCIAL PLANNING
The 2019 Revenue Anticipation Borrowing Bylaw No. 2122 was given First, Second and Third Readings. The report explains that the bylaw is required due to a timing difference in when contract payments for some of the grant funded capital projects have been made and when the funds for those works will be collected.

DEVELOPMENT
Development Permit DP2018-16 – 1884 Trans Canada Highway –  View Report – for the reconstruction of the A&W Restaurant on the existing footprint including variances for signage received approval for issuance. The application will now proceed to the Building Permit stage.

Development Variance Permit Application DVP2018-09 – 1633 Mason Road – View Report – An application for a development variance permit was received to rectify a front yard encroachment of a single family dwelling under construction on an irregular shaped lot. Council supported the application and will give notice to neighbouring properties within 100m of their intention consider issuance.

Development Variance Permit Application DVP2019-03 – 905 Oscar Street – View Report – This development variance permit application was initiated by the City to allow for the property to be in compliance with the road dedication at the time of subdivision. It was supported and Council will give notice of their intention to consider
issuance to neighbouring properties within 100m.

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