The regular meeting of municipal council was held on Jan. 12 in council chambers.
The mayor and all councillors were present.
Temporary use permit approved
A temporary use permit was approved for 9310 Jubilee Road, to allow an indoor recreation service.
The permit was issued for a three-year period.
Ian McIntosh, director of development services for the municipality, said the application was supported by the municipal staff and by the Advisory Planning Commission.
A zoning amendment bylaw for 10120 Rand St. was given first reading.
The amendment changes the use from RSD1 to RSD1(i).
The RSD1(i) zone allows the redevelopment of single detached housing on small urban lots, near the core of the community.
The rezoning would allow for 19 units per hectare.
It will be the subject of a public hearing.
Development permit approved
A development permit was issued for 19270 Lakeshore Dr. to allow the construction of an accessory structure.
The structure must be developed in accordance with the geotechnical report and it may not contain any dwelling units.
Financial plan adopted
Council adopted a bylaw for the municipality’s five-year financial plan, 2014 to 2018.
Water service bylaw adopted
An amendment to the Fees and Charges Bylaw was adopted.
The bylaw sets the fees for a domestic secondary water service.