Regular Meeting of Pitt Meadows City Council to be held on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at
7:00 PM in the Council Chamber of the Pitt Meadows City Hall, 12007 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, British Columbia.
Please join with Mayor Dingwall and Council in acknowledging that we meet on the traditional territory of Katzie First Nation
THIS MEETING'S PROCEEDINGS WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE VIA THE CITY'S WEBSITE AND AVAILABLE AS A RECORDED ARCHIVE
A G E N D A
|APPROVAL OF AGENDA
THAT the agenda for the July 23, 2019 Regular Meeting of Council be approved.
|QUESTION AND COMMENT PERIOD
Maximum fifteen minutes at the beginning of the meeting and maximum fifteen minutes at the end of the meeting. Please refer to speaking guidelines in Section P as they pertain to the Question and Comment period.
|ADOPTION OF MINUTES
THAT the Minutes of the following Council meetings be approved as circulated:
|July 16, 2019, Regular Meeting of Council (Page 1).
|Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC
Sharon Gregson, Spokesperson for Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC, to share information with Council regarding child care in Pitt Meadows and the $10-a-Day Child Care Plan, currently supported by 55 other local governments in BC.
|Zoning Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 2823, 2019 - Cannabis Processing at GEBP Phase I & II
|Notice of Public Hearing (Page 32)
No submissions received prior to agenda publishing deadline.
|Zoning Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 2823, 2019 (Page 34)
THAT the following items be received into the record:
|Confirming Municipal Jurisdiction to Regulate Single-Use Items (Page 36)
Letter from District of West Vancouver dated June 25, 2019 regarding request for consideration of resolution at the 2019 UBCM Conference.
|Approve the Soil Removal and Fill Deposit Permit Application made by Quantum Luxury Developments for 13236 Harris Road with the following conditions:
|A Highway Use Permit & Traffic Management Plan approved by the Director of Engineering or their designate to prevent the obstruction of traffic or staging of trucks on any road; AND
|No dirt, debris or mud shall be permitted on any road. Roads must be kept clean and swept three times daily at minimum, or more as required, with the final cleaning occurring at the end of the workday. Harris Road, Old Dewdney Trunk Road and access to site must be monitored at all times during fill activities, and any debris removed right away; AND
|Filling activities are prohibited on Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays and restricted to the hours between 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays; AND
|Truck logs must be provided to the City on a monthly basis and levies paid each month; OR
|Receive the report entitled "Pitt Meadows 2040: Official Community Plan Review Update", dated July 3rd, 2019 for information; OR
|Receive for information the 2019 Second Quarter Report highlighting the City’s work and accomplishments between April 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019.
|Direct staff to forward the following comments, with a signed copy of the applicable form, to the British Columbia Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch in response to the application for changes to a liquor license for the Phat Bird Neighbourhood Public House located at 4-19040 Lougheed Highway:
|The location of the establishment:
The property the establishment is located on is zoned C-2 (Neighbourhood Centre Commercial) which permits the use for Restaurant and Liquor Retail.
|The person capacity and hours of liquor service of the establishment:
The maximum person capacity for the establishment is 350 including the patio. The hours of service 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. Monday through Sunday are acceptable.
|The impact of noise on the on nearby residents:
There are residential uses immediately adjacent to the property. There is the potential for noise impacts on the patio. The patio use will need to be monitored.
|The impact on the community if the application is approved:
Minimal impacts on the community have been identified. Patio use and parking will need to be monitored.
|The view of the residents and the description of the method used to gather views:
In response to this application, correspondence was sent to 694 property owners and residents within a prescribed distance advising of the nature of the liquor licence, how further information could be obtained, and the manner in which they may comment on the application.
Fifteen (15) written responses were received. Six (6) responses were in support of the application. Nine (9) responses were not completely against the application but noted concerns about potential noise issues.
The Pitt Meadows Fire Department and Ridge Meadows RCMP have no concerns.
|Council comment on the view of residents:
The new establishment will attract different patrons than the previous establishment. The change in hours will allow for a family friendly establishment. Existing parking has not changed and is adequate. With the proximity of residential uses, noise will be monitored.
|Direct Staff to draft a letter to Rogers Communications Inc. and ISED (Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada) advising that the proposal is compliant with the consultation requirements as outlined in Council Policy C036 ’Consultation Protocol for the Placement of Radiocommunication and Broadcasting Antenna Systems’; AND
|Forward a letter to the MP, MLA, Health Canada, and ISED (Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada) addressing the health concerns raised by the community concerning 5G technology; OR
|Adopt the Parks Maintenance Policy C103 as presented to Council on July 23, 2019; OR
|BYLAWS AND PERMITS BYLAWS FOR FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD READINGS:
|Grant First and Second reading to Zoning Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 2385, 2019 to rezone the property at 11864 Blakely Road from R-1 (Medium Lot Residential) to R-2 (Small Lot Residential); AND,
|Direct staff to schedule a public hearing for the September 17th, 2019 Council Meeting; AND,
|Require the following conditions be fulfilled prior to third reading of Zoning Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 2385, 2019:
|Submission of an arborist report; AND
|Registration of a restrictive covenant prohibiting basement construction; OR
BYLAWS FOR ADOPTION:
|Grant third reading as amended, and adopt, Zoning Bylaw Amendment 2823, 2019; OR
|Adopt Development Application Fee Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 2828, 2019; OR
|ITEMS BROUGHT FORWARD FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION
|NOTICE OF CLOSED MEETING
|QUESTION AND COMMENT PERIOD
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* Maximum time of Question & Comment Period is fifteen minutes at the beginning of the meeting and fifteen minutes at the end of the meeting;
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