September 11, 2017 Regular Council Summary

City property sold
The sale of City-owned land at 2103 Bowen Road for the appraised market value of $350,000 was approved by Council. 
Section 9 a
Motion carried.

Development around Nanaimo
A development permit to build a multi-family development consisting of three, two-storey townhouses at 3240 Fieldstone Way with variances to the flanking side yard and side yard setbacks and the building height was issued.
Section 9 b
Motion carried.

Council approved a development permit for a new location for the Nanaimo Recycling Exchange at 2491 Kenworth Road. 
Section 9 c
Motion carried.

A development permit with a variance to reduce the lot frontage within a four-lot subdivision at 314 Ninth Street was issued. 
Section 9 d
Motion carried.

A development permit with variances to reduce the minimum lot depths for a 30-lot subdivision at 897 Howard Avenue was issued. 
Section 9 e
Motion carried.

An application to rezone the properties located at 133, 137 and 151 Royal Pacific Way and 5308 and 5312 Dewar Road to realign the existing R2 and R10 zoning boundaries to correspond with the future subdivision boundaries passed first and second readings.
Section 9 f
Motion carried.
Construction not completed
The properties at 4978 Fillinger Crescent and 703 Victoria Road will receive a notice on title for construction not completed as per the conditions of a building permit.
Section 9 i, j
Motions carried.

Proposing three-year terms 
A resolution will be brought from Council to the annual Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) meeting to reduce the term for municipal councils from four years to three.
Section 14 a
Motions carried.

September 11, 2017 Regular Council Meeting - agenda, documents and video

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