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Leave a comment. We were back to business at New West Council in another virtual meeting, this one including a Public Hearing that went fairly smoothly overall for such a challenging format and I will talk about those in my next post. But first we went though a ificant agenda. Tourism New West has been limping along doing great work with uncertain funding, and the City has been stepping in for several years with support funding to keep Wesminster operating.
Tourism New West has been limping along doing great work with uncertain funding, and the City has been stepping in for several years with support funding to keep them operating.
Those hurdles have been cleared, and now TNW can rely on a more secure funding source, and can activate a more robust long-term plan. Remember, public gatherings of over 50 are still restricted, and if we let one person in, we need to let anyone in, and that means we have no way to assure that a group that assembles is less than 50 people. There are a second category of properties where the City exercises permissive tax exemptions: we agree not to charge them property taxes because we deem their activity on that property to provide some community benefit, like a seniors home or sports facility or charity.
There is A LOT here, a great read if you are into operational plans, because the City has a lot of operations. Local ban on rodenticides Councillor Nakagawa put forward the following motion: THAT New Westminster City Council supports a complete ban on anticoagulant rodenticides on all City of New Westminster properties; and THAT the City writes to the Province requesting that they ban anticoagulant rodenticides; and THAT council directs staff to communicate the harmful impacts of anticoagulant rodenticides to residents and businesses in New Westminster and to share information about alternatives.
The vaccine is still a long way off, folks. They are looking for a little help from the City, which we are referring to our Grant programs.
This is pretty straight-forward, and aligns with actions happening in municipalities across the province, with some advocacy from the SPCA and ecology groups. Lots of detail in here, read if you are interested.
Council was unanimously supportive. So we are launching Alternate Approval Process to ask if people have opinions about this. We were back to business at New West Council in another virtual meeting, this one including a Public Hearing that went fairly smoothly overall for such a challenging format and I will talk about those in my next post. Leave a comment. Remembrance Day and Community Events We need to start planning for events, and deciding what we can and cannot do as we continue to experience pandemic restrictions.
The following items were Removed from Consent for discussion: Permissive Property Tax Exempt Properties — Review of Application There are some lands in the city where we are not permitted to collect property taxes, like churches and thanks Christy!
Many advisory meetings had to Neew cancelled during the pandemic, and it is around now we would start planning for replacing committee members. Staff recommended we simply do a one-time roll-over and ask all current appointees if they want to serve for another year and avoid the entire overturn work load. Still, look at these line items, and you will see government is freaking expensive.
Re-opening Council Chamber to the Public We are still figuring out how to unpack the changes that the Pandemic Weztminster to how Council meets. But first we went though a ificant agenda. For people who are not comfortable with those technologies phones? We then had some Public Hearings and Opportunities to be Heard, but this blog is already too long, so I will post about them in a follow-up.
No changes here. And who cares about livability when traffic has to flow? We are moving along with the rezoning process, but we are continuing to address these issues through the Development Agreement being hammered out between the City and Fraser Health.
The reality is we are not going to be making ificant changes to the de of the hospital, but FHA are dedicated to ificant TDM measures, and the City and FHA will continue to track and address transportation impacts as the project proceeds. Finally a bit of New Business: One-time grant to Resident Associations Mayor Cote This motion from the Mayor is a response to a request he received from a couple of RAs to help them pay for legitimate expenses resulting from their need to move their meetings on-line.
I agree with them. So we are going to do Public Hearings and Opportunities to be Heard virtually as we did Westmintergiving people the ability to video-conference in or phone in.
Of course, we cannot cancel Remembrance Day, but we will hold a small ceremony at the Cenotaph, and ask that people watch on line instead of attending. There are a few public safety issues here that staff need to work through on a case-by-case issue with the owners, but we Ndw giving them the authority to do that.
The list is a little shorter than usual, as this was peak-Pandemic time, and many projects were stalled for obvious reasons. Hopefully none of it will see operation, but it is important to get this stuff figured out beforehand so we can assure we have the resources required and ability to react to second, third, or subsequent waves. Westminsteer said, we do receive new applications, and are asked to consider them.
We are a catalyst for business Westminstwr to work together to create a strong and vibrant economy and enhance the quality of life in our community.
Westmister District Wesgroup Project : Request for Construction Noise Bylaw Exemption The ongoing construction at the Brewery District is going to include undergrounding of electrical wires along Brunette Ave, which is work that has to happen at night because Brunette Ave has to be closed. We are going to continue to meet virtually, as it is working well and is really the best way to assure we are keeping our staff safe, and deal with the Public Health orders.
This update strategy is our plan to deal with the first. Whether you are a new or existing business, the Chamber can assist you in expanding your reach and growth. We have taken the general practice for quite a Westmiinster to not extend these permissive exemptions, but to continue to grandfather organizations that have received them. Major Purchases May — August Westminsterr 4 months, we put out a list of all of our Westminstef purchases, so you can know what we spend our money on, and so our procurement practices are made more transparent, you can see what sole sourced vs what was tendered trough a competitive bid.
Annually we review all existing and proposed new exemptions. We are extending for a Wdstminster to October which aligns with recent updates ot the TESA, and gives us time to put together a more permanent solution through Bylaws. Plans have been developed on scenarios where the Province stays at Phase 3 for a while with some managed outbreaks, and scenarios where the Province moves back to Phase 2 or Phase 1.
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Approved unanimously by Council. Private Schools. But more detail to come to that, because it is not clear to me how we collect taxes from a business sector that is not strictly legal Westmunster the City.
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