CITY OF KAMLOOPS Regular Council Meeting Agenda December 17, 2013, at 1:30 pm in Council Chambers at 7 Victoria Street West, Kamloops, BC, V2C

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READING APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA MINUTES
Recommendation: That Council adopt the minutes of the December 3, 2013, Regular Council Meeting. That Council adopt the minutes of the December 3, 2013, Public Hearing. 13

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PUBLIC INQUIRIES REPORTS - Chief Administrative Officer - Regular
5.1 Request for a Closed Council Meeting Recommendation: That Council authorize staff to schedule a Closed Council Meeting for January 14, 2014, under the Community Charter, Section 90(1): (e) acquisition, disposition, or expropriation of land; and (k) negotiations and related discussions respecting the proposed provision of a municipal service.

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Intergovernmental Referral No. INT00054 (2789 Princeton-Kamloops Highway) Recommendation: That Council not support the proposed rezoning referral for a site-specific Zoning Bylaw amendment to permit recreational vehicle storage for Lot 2, Sec. 17, Twp. 19, Rge. 17, W6M, K.D.Y.D, Plan KAP68192, Except Plan KAP68122 (2789 Princeton-Kamloops Highway).

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Agriculture Area Plan Adoption Agricultural Area Plan is available at http://www.city.kamloops.bc.ca/environment/land-agricultureplan.shtml Recommendation: That Council authorize: a) b) Adoption of the Agriculture Area Plan (AAP); and Incorporating the AAP's "immediate priority" action items into the 2012-2014 Corporate Strategic Plan.

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Tranquille Road Beautification/Enhancement and Gateway Task Force Recommendation: That Council authorize the draft Terms of Reference for the Tranquille Road Beautification/Enhancement and Gateway Task Force.

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Liquor Licence Amendment Application No. LIQ00137 (225 Lorne Street) Recommendation: That Council authorize the issuance of the following resolution in support of a permanent change to Liquor Primary Licence No. 053183 for The Max Cabaret (proposed Shark Club), held by Northland Properties Corporation, located at 225 Lorne Street:

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(Motion Continued)

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(Motion Continued) WHEREAS: Northland Properties has applied to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch of BC to amend Liquor Primary Licence No. 053183 to reduce the overall licensed capacity from 350 to 277 persons, to include two outdoor patios with a total capacity of 66 persons, and to modify the opening hours of the establishment: • The Liquor Control and Licensing Branch of BC requires a formal resolution from the City commenting on the application; The Liquor Licence amendment is supported by the City's Zoning Bylaw No. 5-1-2001 and KAMPLAN: The Official Community Plan; The City has considered noise and community impact and has deemed that this impact will be negligible if not positive; By Council Policy No. GGL-12, Review Process for a New Liquor Licence or for Permanent or Temporary Changes to a Liquor Licence, the City is not required to solicit the views of the community for a minor licence amendment, including endorsement of an outdoor patio and changes in opening hours;

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NOW RESOLVE THAT: Council supports the proposed amendment to Liquor Primary Licence Application No. 053183 for The Max Cabaret (proposed Shark Club) to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch of BC to modify the hours of operation and endorse a second patio subject to the following: • • • • The interior hours of operation shall be 11:00 am-2:00 am, Monday to Saturday; and 11:00 am-12:00 midnight, Sunday; Patio hours of operation shall be 11:00 am-11:00 pm, Monday to Sunday; Interior Capacity shall be 277 persons, while patio capacity shall be 66; and The establishment must comply with the terms and conditions of a Good Neighbour Agreement. 3

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Strategy Funding Corporate Energy and Emissions Management Plan Attachment “A” available at: http://www.kamloops.ca/sustainable/pdfs/DraftCorporateEnergyandEmis sionsManagementPlan_2013-12.pdf Recommendation: That Council authorize: a) Adoption of the Corporate Energy and Emissions Management Plan in order to provide direction to the carbon emissions and energy consumption strategies in alignment with the Sustainable Kamloops Plan; Staff to utilize Climate Action Funds to implement: i) energy and utility monitoring services at an annual cost of $54,000 for a minimum of two years. This will enable staff to reduce unnecessary operational energy consumption, strategize for future capital projects, and access third party funding in a timely, reliable, accountable, and fiscally responsible manner; and a combined corporate and community anti-idling awareness campaign that will bring awareness and participation from both community and staff at a one-time cost of $20,000.

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Urban Agriculture and Food Systems Advisory Committee Recommendation: That Council authorize the draft Terms of Reference for the Urban Agriculture and Food Systems Advisory Committee.

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2014 Early Capital Approval Recommendation: That Council authorize Administration to begin implementing the 2014 and 2015 Capital Improvement Programs as outlined in Attachment "A" and Attachment "B".

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Moly-Cop Canada Inc. Ministry of Environment Referral Recommendation: That Council authorize staff to respond to the Ministry of Environment (MOE) indicating that the City does not have any technical objections to the facility, subject to the following: a) That the MOE takes every precaution to ensure that operation of this facility does not pose a threat to human health or the environment; That Interior Health's review of the application does not identify any health concerns; and That long-term air quality monitoring and regular reporting be required by the MOE when the facility is in operation and that the City be proactively provided with a copy of the information on a quarterly basis.

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Citizen Appointments and Reappointments to Committees Recommendation: That Council authorize the following appointments and reappointments: a) Parks and Recreation Committee - two (2) year term: • • b) Erik Green (reappointment); Dino Bernardo;

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Sister City Advisory Committee - two (2) year term: • Bobbie Harrison;

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Social Planning Council - three (3) year term: • • • • Fred Benallick (reappointment); Brendan Shaw (reappointment); Raj Rana; Kevin Skrepnek; (Motion Continued)

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(Motion Continued) d) Official Community Plan Update: KAMPLAN 2015 Advisory Committee - term to end upon completion of KAMPLAN 2015: • • • • e) Teresa Dolman; Nina Gales; Lynne Lambert; Amanda Aldrich (Youth Member);

Kamloops Airport Authority Society - one (1) year term: • • • • Brian Barron (reappointment) Ross Perkin (reappointment); Alfred Standen (reappointment); and Rob Wilson (reappointment). 87

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Council Policy No. GGA-34, Public Engagement Recommendation: That Council authorize adoption of Council Policy No. GGA-34, Public Engagement.

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MAYOR'S REPORT COUNCILLORS' REPORT COMMITTEE REPORTS
8.1 Social Planning Meeting Minutes - October 23, 2013 Councillor Caver Memo of response from the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department advising that Administration will be reporting to Council in the first quarter of 2014 regarding the Yellow Meter Program funds and the Community Plan for a Public System of Integrated Early Care and Learning. (Continued) 6 92

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(Continued) Recommendation: That the minutes of the October 23, 2013, Social Planning Council meeting be received for information.

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CALENDAR OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS
9.1 Social Planning Council January 15, 2013 - 5:00 pm Development Services Boardroom, 105 Seymour Street Coordinated Enforcement Task Force January 27, 2013 - 10:00 am Corporate Boardroom, City Hall Police Committee January 27, 2013 - 11:15 am Corporate Boardroom, City Hall

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DELEGATIONS – (3:00 pm)
Jeannette Austin, Executive Director, Public Works Association of BC Re: Presentation of the Community Celebration Award for Public Works Week Jim Anderson, Executive Director, and Colin O'Leary, Business Retention and Expansion Manager, Venture Kamloops Re: 2013 review of Venture Kamloops activities Lee Morris, Chief Executive Officer, Tourism Kamloops Re: Accomplishments for 2013 and marketing plan for 2014 97

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DELEGATIONS – (3:30 pm)
Lynda Watt, 356 McGowan Avenue Re: Request for reconsideration of remedial action at 356 McGowan Avenue 7

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RESPONSE TO DELEGATIONS CORRESPONDENCE For Action:

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J. Ivor Norlin, Manager Infrastructure Programs, Interior Health (IH) Re: Requesting input with respect to small water systems in the Interior Health region.

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CONSIDERATION OF BYLAWS
Introduction to Public Hearing Bylaw No. 5-1-2708, Zoning Amendment Bylaw, 2013 (Orchards Walk Development) Purpose: Amend the CD-1 (Orchards Walk Comprehensive Development Zone One) zone. Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 5-1-2708 be introduced and read a first and second time. 108

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Bylaw No. 5-1-2706, Zoning Amendment Bylaw, 2013 (905 Seymour Street) Purpose: Allow a funeral arrangement service and accessory dwelling. Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 5-1-2706 be introduced and read a first and second time.

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Bylaw No. 5-1-2707, Zoning Amendment Bylaw, 2013 (1850 Hugh Allan Drive) Purpose: Permit a 73-unit, single-family residential, bareland strata development and a 60-unit, four-storey apartment building Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 5-1-2707 be introduced and read a first and second time.

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Adoption Bylaw No. 16-304, Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw, 2013 Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 16-304 be adopted.

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Bylaw No. 32-73, Sanitary Sewer Amendment Bylaw, 2013 Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 32-73 be adopted.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS PUBLIC INQUIRIES NOTICE OF MOTION RECESS PUBLIC HEARING
Orchards Walk Development Purpose: Amend the CD-1 (Orchards Walk Comprehensive Development Zone One) zone. 116 121

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905 Seymour Street Purpose: Allow a funeral arrangement service and accessory dwelling.

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1850 Hugh Allan Drive Purpose: Permit a 73-unit, single-family residential, bareland strata development and a 60-unit, four-storey apartment building.

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PUBLIC HEARING CORRESPONDENCE
Public Hearing Correspondence received to December 12, 2013, 4:30 pm 160

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RECONVENE CONSIDERATION OF BYLAWS (Continued)
Bylaw No. 5-1-2708, Zoning Amendment Bylaw, 2013 (Orchards Walk Development Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 5-1-2708 be read a third time. This Bylaw will be held at third reading pending: a) Registration of a restrictive covenant to: i) ii) iii) limit sanitary sewer flows from the CD-1 zoned area to a maximum of 674,000 L per day; provide a temporary gravel bike path, protected by blanket right of way, connecting Grand Boulevard to Holman Road; connect Grand Boulevard to Valleyview Drive to a full urban standard;

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(Continued) iv) in conjunction with a Development Permit application, the City may require the developer to undertake the following: • Submit detailed traffic flow information to determine if additional on-site traffic mitigative measures are necessary; • Submit detailed sanitary sewer data to monitor sanitary sewer flows as development proceeds, which should flow near or exceed 674,000 L per day, the City may restrict the number of permitted units over 675 units; • On-site sanitary lift station upgrades will be required to facilitate servicing the property; construct the Neighbourhood Amenity Facility prior to issuance of a Building Permit for the 400th dwelling unit; and

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Approval from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Bylaw No. 5-1-2706, Zoning Amendment Bylaw, 2013 (905 Seymour Street) Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 5-1-2706 be read a third time and adopted.

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Bylaw No. 5-1-2707, Zoning Amendment Bylaw, 2013 (1850 Hugh Allan Drive) Recommendation: That Bylaw No. 5-1-2707 be read a third time. This bylaw will be held at third reading pending approval from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Development Permit Application No. DPM00463 (1850 Hugh Allan Drive) Recommendation: Move that the Corporate Officer be authorized to issue Development Permit No. DPM00463 for Lot B, Sec. 35, Twp. 19, Rge. 18, W6M, K.D.Y.D., Plan KAP87577 (1850 Hugh Allan Drive), in accordance with the site plan/landscaping plan as shown on Attachment "B" and the elevation drawings shown as Attachment "C" to the report dated November 27, 2013, prepared by the Development and Engineering Services Department. Issuance of this Development Permit will vary the following: • • • • by reducing the minimum principal building separation from 3.0 m to 2.4 m; by allowing a maximum fence height of 3.0 m along the north property line; by allowing fences in the side yard of individual dwelling units; and by allowing stacked parking for 15% of the parking spaces required for the individual dwelling units.

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PUBLIC INQUIRIES ADJOURNMENT

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