Revelstoke City Council 2018

Council Highlights September 10 2019


Inter-Community Business License Amendment Bylaw No. 2233—Council read the Bylaw a First, Second and Third time. The amendment was required to include the City of Merritt in the participating municipalities. View the Report / Bylaw.

2020 Property Tax Exemption Bylaw No. 2251—Council read the Bylaw a First, Second and Third time. This bylaw authorizes permissive exemptions from municipal taxes for certain lands following the Community Charter Part 7, Division 7 eligibility criteria. View the Report / Bylaw / Attachment 1 / Attachment 2.

Board of Variance Bylaw No. 2018— Council adopted Bylaw which was drafted to ensure compliance with the Local Government Act. View the Bylaw / August 13, 2019 Background Report.

Community Economic Development

Tourism Initiatives Committee Restructure —Council approved the revised Terms of Reference based on an amended version of staff recommendation option #3. View the Report / Revised ToR.

Development Services

Westside Gravel Quarry Referral—Council moved that the referral be completed stating this use is not compliant with the reserve which was established for a Technology Park and that the Province be informed that a feasibility study is underway for these lands for a technology park and associated uses. View the Report / Attachment.

DP2017-15 1750 Nichol Road—Mackenzie Village—Council approved DP2017-15 subject to issuance of a parking variance. View the Report / Attachment.

Parks, Recreation and Culture

LUNA Festival—Council approved the special event permit for the Luna Nocturnal Art & Wonder Festival for issuance. View the Report / Attachment.

Library Update—Council approved that $50,000 from the Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation dividend fund to be allocated to the Okanagan Regional Library RevLab Project to assist with associated construction costs, including an addition to the Revelstoke Community & Aquatic Centre building. View the Report.

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