June 17, 2019 Regular Council Summary

Strategic Plan
Council approved the 2019-2022 Strategic Plan, which now includes action timelines within the document.
Section 10 a,b

Truth and Reconciliation
In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #57, Council is supporting an Intercultural Competency Implementation Plan. This plan is aimed to support City of Nanaimo staff learning about local, provincial and national histories of Indigenous Peoples, helping to ensure that employees are sensitive and responsive to the changing needs, expectations and rights of its Indigenous community members.
Section 10 c

Development around Nanaimo
Rezoning applications for 6404 Metral Drive and 350 Terminal Avenue, to allow a cannabis retail store, passed two readings. A third reading for each location will be considered once a community contribution has been secured.
Sections 10 d,e

Development Permits, with variances, were issued for the following properties:

  • 4800 Cedar Ridge Place (for a 170-unit residential development)
  • 6010 Hammond Bay Road (for a 53-unit multi-family development)
  • 4745 Ledgerwood Road (for a 120-unit multi-family development)

Sections 10 f-h

Bylaw Updates
A Zoning Amendment Bylaw for 3923 Victoria Avenue, to allow a cannabis retail store, was adopted.
Section 11 a

A Local Area Service Establishing Bylaw, and related Parcel Tax Bylaw, for establishing a local area sewer and sanitary line service on Morningside Drive, was adopted.
Section 11 b,c

June 17, 2019 Regular Council Meeting – agenda, documents and video

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