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2012 West Van Matters
 » #19 Notes Sep 17; Agenda Oct 1; Cal to Oct 20
 » #18 Notes Sep 10; Agenda Sep 17; Cal to Oct 6
 » #17 Agenda Sep 10; Cal to Sep 22
 » #16 Notes Jul 23; Cal to Aug 31
 » #15 Notes Jul 9; Agenda Jul 23; Cal to Aug 18
 » #14 Notes Jun 25; Agenda Jul 9; Cal to Jul 30
 » #13 Notes Jun 18; Agenda Jun 25; Cal to Jul 13
 » #12 Notes Jun 4; Agenda Jun 18; Cal to Jun 30

 

2011 West Van Matters
 » #21 Ccl NOTES Oct 3; Ccl Agenda Oct 17; Calendar to Nov 11
 » #20 Ccl NOTES Sep 19; Ccl Agenda Oct 3; Calendar to Oct 21
 » #19 Ccl NOTES Sep 12; Ccl Agenda Sep 19; Calendar to Oct 7
 » #18 Ccl Agenda Sep 12; Calendar to Sep 22+
 » #17 Ccl NOTES Jul 25; Calendar to Aug 31+
 » #16 Ccl NOTES Jul 18; Ccl Agenda Jul 25; Calendar to Aug 15
 » #15 Finance Cmte NOTES Jul 11; Ccl Agenda Jul 18; Calendar to July 28
 » #14 Ccl NOTES Jul 4; Ccl Agenda Jul 11; Calendar to July 25
 » #13 Ccl NOTES Jun 20; Ccl Agenda Jul 4; Calendar to July 21
 » #12 Ccl NOTES Jun 6; Ccl Agenda Jun 20; Calendar to July 8
 » #11 Ccl NOTES May 16/19; Ccl Agenda Jun 6; Calendar to June 24
 » #10 Ccl NOTES May 9/11; Ccl Agenda May 16; Calendar to June 10
 » #09 Ccl NOTES Apr 18; Ccl Agenda May 9; Calendar to May 20
 » #08 Ccl NOTES Apr 4; Ccl Agenda Apr 18; Calendar to May 13
 » #07 Ccl NOTES Mar 21; Ccl Agenda Mar 4; Calendar to Apr 22
 » #06 Ccl NOTES Mar 7; Ccl Agenda Mar 21; Calendar to Apr 8
 » #05 Ccl NOTES Feb 21; Ccl Agenda Mar 7; Calendar to Mar 23
 » #04 Ccl NOTES Feb 7; Ccl Agenda Feb 21; Calendar to Mar 11
 » #03 Ccl NOTES Jan 24; Ccl Agenda Feb 7; Calendar to Feb 24
 » #02 Ccl NOTES Jan 10; Ccl Agenda Jan 24; Calendar to Feb 10
 » #01 Ccl Agenda Jan 10; Calendar to Jan 27

2010 West Van Matters
 » #29 Ccl NOTES Dec 13; Ccl Agendas Dec 20; Calendar to Dec 31+
 » #28 Ccl NOTES Dec 6;Ccl Agendas Dec 13/15; Calendar to Dec 22
 » #27 Finance Cmte NOTES Nov 22;Ccl Agenda Dec 6; Calendar to Dec 18
 » #26 Ccl NOTES Nov 15;Finance Cmte Agenda Nov 22; Calendar to Dec 9
 » #25 Ccl NOTES Nov 1;Ccl Agenda Nov 15; Calendar to Dec 9
 » #24 Ccl NOTES Oct 18;Ccl Agenda Nov 1; Calendar to Nov 19
 » #23 Ccl NOTES Oct 4;Ccl Agenda Oct 18; Calendar to Nov 5
 » #22 Ccl Agenda Oct 4; Calendar to Oct 21
 » #21 Ccl NOTES Sept 13; Ccl Agendas Sept 20/22; Calendar to Oct 8
 » #20 Ccl Agenda Sept 13; Calendar to ~Sept 26
 » #19 Ccl NOTES Jul 26; Calendar to Sept 12
 » #18 Ccl NOTES Jul 19; Agenda Jul 26; Calendar to Aug 8+
 » #17 Ccl NOTES Jul 5; Agenda Jul 19; Calendar to Jul 31
 » #16 Ccl NOTES Jun 28; Agenda Jul 5; Calendar to Jul 23
 » #15 Ccl NOTES Jun 21; Agenda Jun 28; Calendar to Jul 9
 » #14 Ccl NOTES Jun 7; Agenda Jun 21; Calendar to Jun 30
 » #13 Ccl NOTES May 31; Agenda Jun 7; Calendar to Jun 24
 » #12 Ccl NOTES May 17; Agendas May 31; Calendar to Jun 12
 » #11 Ccl NOTES May 10/12; Agendas May 17; Calendar to Jun 5
 » #10 Ccl NOTES May 3; Agenda May 10/12; Calendar to May 20
 » #07 Ccl NOTES Mar 15; Agenda Apr 12; Calendar to Apr 30
 » #05 Ccl NOTES Feb 8/10; Agenda Mar 1; Calendar to Mar 17
 » #04 Ccl NOTES Feb 1; Agenda Feb 8; Calendar to Feb 28
 » #03 Ccl NOTES Jan 25; Agenda Feb 1; Calendar to Feb 11
 » #02 Ccl NOTES Jan 11 & 18; Agenda Jan 25; Calendar to Feb 5
 » #01 Ccl Agenda Jan 11; Calendar to Jan 31

2009 West Van Matters
 » #28 Ccl NOTES Dec 14 & 18; Calendar to Jan 12
 » #27 Ccl NOTES Dec 7; AGENDA Dec 14; Calendar to Dec 31
 » #26 Ccl NOTES Nov 16; AGENDA Dec 7; Calendar to Dec 20
 » #25 Ccl NOTES Nov 2; AGENDA Nov 16; Calendar to Dec 10
 » #24 Ccl NOTES Oct 19; AGENDA Nov 9; Calendar to Nov 20
 » #23 Ccl NOTES Oct 5; AGENDA Oct 19; Calendar to Nov 5
 » #22 Ccl NOTES Sep 21; AGENDA Oct 5; Calendar to Oct 22
 » #21 Ccl NOTES Sep 14; AGENDA Sep 21; Calendar to Oct 8
 » #20 Ccl NOTES Jul 30; AGENDA Sep 14; Calendar to Sep 24~
 » #19 Ccl NOTES Jul 27; AGENDA Jul 30; Calendar to Sep 12~
(plus UPDATE)

 » #18 Ccl NOTES Jul 20; AGENDA Jul 27; Calendar to Aug 2
 » #18 Ccl NOTES Jul 20; AGENDA Jul 27; Calendar to Aug 2
 » #17 Ccl NOTES Jul 6; AGENDA Jul 20; Calendar to Jul 31
 » #16 Ccl NOTES Jun 22; AGENDA Jul 6; Calendar to Jul 24
 » #15 Ccl NOTES Jun 15; AGENDA Jun 22; Calendar to Jul 9
 » #14 Ccl NOTES Jun 1; AGENDA Jun 15; Calendar to Jun 25
 » #13 Ccl NOTES May 25; AGENDA Jun 1; Calendar to Jun 18
 » #12 Ccl NOTES May 11; AGENDA May 25; Calendar to Jun 7
 » #11 Ccl NOTES May 4; AGENDA May 11; Calendar to May 28
 » #10 Ccl NOTES Apr 20; AGENDA May 4; Calendar to May 15
 » #9 Ccl NOTES Apr 6; AGENDA Apr 20; Calendar to May 7
 » #8 Ccl NOTES Mar 30; AGENDA Apr 6; Calendar to Apr 25
 » #7 Ccl NOTES Mar 23; AGENDA Mar 30; Calendar to Apr 9
 » #6 Ccl NOTES Mar 2; AGENDA Mar 23; Calendar to Apr
 » #5 Ccl NOTES Feb 16; AGENDA Mar 2; Calendar to Mar 28
 » #4 Ccl NOTES Feb 2; AGENDA Feb 16; Calendar to Feb 28
 » #3 Ccl NOTES Jan 19; AGENDA Feb 2; Calendar to Jan 19th+
 » #2 Ccl NOTES Jan 12; AGENDA Jan 19; Calendar to Jan 31st
 » #1 Ccl AGENDA Jan 12; Calendar to Jan 18

2008 West Van Matters
 » #34 Ccl NOTES Dec 15; Calendar to Dec 31/Jan 12
 » #33 Ccl NOTES Dec 8; AGENDAs Dec 15; Calendar to Dec 24
 » #32 Ccl NOTES Nov 17; AGENDAs Dec 8; Calendar to Dec 15
 » #31 Ccl NOTES Oct 27; AGENDAs Nov 17; Calendar to Nov 30
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#30 Ccl NOTES Oct 20; AGENDAs Oct 27; Calendar to Nov 12+
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#29 Ccl NOTES Oct 6; AGENDAs Oct 20; Calendar to Oct 31
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#28 Ccl NOTES Sep 29; AGENDA Oct 6; Calendar to Oct 26
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#27 Ccl NOTES Sep 22; AGENDA Sept 29; Calendar to Oct 10
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#26 Ccl NOTES Sep 8; AGENDA Sept 22; Calendar to Sep 30th+
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#25 Ccl AGENDA Sep 8; Mtgs/Events to Sep 15th
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#24 Ccl NOTES July 28; Calendar to Aug 31 +
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#23 Ccl NOTES June 21; AGENDA July 28; Cal to Aug 5th
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#22 Ccl NOTES July 14; AGENDA July 21; Cal to 31st
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#21 Ccl NOTES July 7; AGENDA July 14; Cal to 25th
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#20 Ccl NOTES June 16/19; AGENDA July 7; Cal to 16th
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#19 Ccl NOTES June 9; AGENDAs June 16; Cal to June 30/~July
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#17 Ccl Notes May 26, PH 28; Agenda Jun 2; Cal to Jun 18
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#16 Ccl Notes May 12 (Youth); Agenda May 26; Cal to Jun 8
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#15 Ccl Notes May 5; Agenda May 12; Cal to May 29
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#14 Ccl Notes Apr 21/May 1; Agenda May 5; Cal to May 15
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#13 Ccl Notes Apr 14; Agenda Apr 21; Cal to Apr 30+
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#12 Ccl Notes Apr 7/10; Agenda Apr 14; Cal to Apr 27
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#11 Mtg Summary Mar 17; Agenda Apr 7l Cal to Apr 19
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#10 Ccl Notes Mar 17; Cal to Apr 16
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#09 Ccl Notes Mar 10; Agenda Mar 17; Cal to Apr 7
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#08 Ccl Notes Mar 3; Agenda Mar 10; Cal to Mar 20
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#07 Ccl Notes Feb 18; Agenda Mar 3; Cal to Mar 13
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#06 Ccl Budget Notes Feb 11; Agenda Feb 18; Cal to Feb 29
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#05 Notes Feb 4; Agenda Feb 11; Cal to Feb 22
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#04 Notes Jan 21; Agenda Feb 4; Cal to Feb 13
 » #03 Notes Jan 14; Agenda Jan 21; Cal to Jan 31
 » #02 Notes Jan 7; Agenda Jan 14; Cal to Jan 25
 » #01 Agenda Jan 7; Cal to Jan 16

2007 West Van Matters
 » #41 Notes Dec 17; Cal to Dec 31
 » #40 Notes Dec 10; Agenda Dec 17; Cal to Dec 21
 » #39 Notes Dec 3; Agenda Dec 10; Cal to Dec 17
 » #38 Notes Nov 26; Agenda Dec 3; Cal to Dec 13
 » #37 Notes Nov 19; Agenda Nov 26; Cal to Dec 8
 » #36 Agenda Nov 19; Cal to Dec 5
 » #35 Notes Nov 5; Cal to Nov 28
 » #34 Notes Oct 29; Agenda Nov 5; Cal to Nov 20
 » #33 Notes Oct 22; Agenda Oct 29; Cal to Nov 16/18
 » #32 Notes Oct 15; Agenda Oct 22; Cal to Nov 9
 » #31 Agenda Oct 15; Cal to Oct 25
 » #30 Ccl Notes Oct 1; Cal to Oct 18th
 » #29 Notes Sept 24; Agenda Oct 1; Cal to Oct 12
 » #28 Notes Sept 17; Agenda Sept 24; Cal to Sept 30
 » #27 Notes Sept 10; Agenda Sept 17; Cal to Sept 27th
 » #26 Agenda Sept 10; Cal to Sept 21st
 » #25 Notes Jul 23/25; Cal to Aug 31st/Sep 10
 » #24 Notes Jul 16; Agenda Jul 23; Cal to 31st+
 » #23 Notes Jul 9; Agenda Jul 16; Cal to Jul 22nd+
 » #22 Notes Jun 25; Cal to Jul 11th
 » #21 Notes Jun 18; Agenda Jun 25; Cal to Jul 4th
 » #20 Notes Jun 11; Agenda Jun 18; Cal to 28nd
 » #19 Notes Jun 4; Agenda Jun 11; Cal to 22nd
 » #18 Notes May 28; Agenda Jun 4; Cal to June 16
 » #17 Agenda May 28th; Cal to June 7th
 » #16 Notes May 7/9/11/14; Cal to May 31st
 » #15 Notes Apr 23rd; Agenda/Notes Apr 30th; Agenda May 7th
 » #14 Notes Apr 16th; Agenda Apr 23rd; Cal to May 5th
 » #13 Notes Apr 2th; Agenda Apr 16th; Cal to Apr 22nd
 » #12 Notes Mar 26th; Agenda Apr 2nd; Cal to Apr 1st
 » #11 Agenda Mar 26; Cal to Apr 1st
 » #10 Notes Mar 12th; Cal to Mar 29th
 » #9 Notes Mar 5th; Agenda Mar 12; Cal to Mar 24th
 » #8 Notes Feb 26th; Agenda Mar 5; Cal to Mar 17th
 » #7 Notes Feb 19; Agenda Feb 26; Cal to Mar 11th
 » #6 Notes Feb 12th; Agenda Feb 19th; Cal to Feb 28th+
 » #5 Notes Feb 5th; Agenda Feb 12th; Cal to Feb 18t+
 » #4 Notes Jan 22nd; Cal to Feb 8th+
 » #3 Notes Jan 15; Agenda Jan 22; Cal to Jan Feb 2+
 » #2 Notes Jan 8; Agenda Jan 15; Cal to Jan 21
 » #1 Agenda Jan 8; Cal to Jan 14
2006 West Van Matters
 » #38 Notes Dec 18; Cal to Jan 7th
 » #37 Notes Dec 11; Agenda Dec 18; Cal to Dec 3
 » #36 Notes Dec 4; Agenda Dec 11; Cal to Dec 22
 » #35 Notes Nov 27; Public Hearing Dec 4; Cal to Dec 15
 » #34 Notes Nov 20; Agenda Nov 27; Cal to Dec 8
 » #33 Notes Nov 14; Agenda Nov 20; Cal to Nov 30
 » #32 Notes Nov 6; Agenda Nov 14; Cal to Nov 28
 » #31 Notes Oct 30; Agenda Nov 6; Cal to Nov 22
 » #30 Notes Oct 16; Agenda Oct 30; Cal to Nov 1
 » #29 Notes Oct 2; Agenda Oct 16; Cal to Oct 30
 » #28 Notes Sept 25; Summary Oct 2; Cal to Oct 20th
 » #27 Notes Sept 25; Agenda Oct 2; Cal to Oct 1
 » #26 Notes Sept 18; Agenda 25; Cal to Oct 3
 » #25 Notes July 27/Sept 11; Sept 18 Agenda; Cal to Sept 29
 » #24 July 27 Minutes; Sept 11 Agenda; Cal to Sept 12
 » #23 Notes July 24; Agenda July 27; Cal Aug/Sept
 » #22 Notes July 17; Agenda July 24, August Cal
 » #21 Notes July 10; Agenda July 17; Cal July/Aug
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 » #20 Agenda July 10th; Cal to July 20
 » #19 Notes June 26; Cal to July 15
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 » #17 Notes June 12; Agenda June 19; Cal to June 30
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 » #9 Notes Apr 10; Budget; Cal to Apr 30
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 » #7 Notes Mar 27; Agenda Apr 3; Cal to Apr 9
 » #6 Notes Mar 20th; Agenda Mar 27th; Cal to Apr 2nd
 » #5 Ccl Mtg Summaries; Agenda Mar 20th; Cal to 25th
 » #4 News Feb 6th/13th; Cal to 19th
 » #3 Notes Jan 16th & 23rd; Cal to Feb 8th+
 » #2 Notes Jan 16th; Agenda 23rd; Cal to Feb 1st
 » #1 NOTES Jan 9th; Agenda 16th; Cal to 20th
2005 West Van Matters
 » #37 NOTES Dec 12th; Calendar to 31st (& peek at January)
 » #36 Ccl Agenda Dec 12; Calendar to 17th
 » #35 Ccl Notes Nov 21st & Dec 5th; Events to 14th
 » #34 Ccl Notes Nov 7th; Agenda Nov 21st; Events to 21st
 » #33 Ccl Agenda Nov 7th; Events to 12th+
 » #32 Oct 24 Ccl Mtg Notes; Events Nov 9th
 » #31 Oct 24 Ccl AGENDA; Events Oct 31th
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 » #29 Oct 3rd Ccl Mtg NOTES; Calendar Oct 16th+
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WV Council 16 June 2014

WVM2014-10/11r
2014 May 26/June 2 Ccl NOTES; AGENDAs June 16; Calendar to June 23rd
Ev/Onni • 21st&Q • Coach Houses • KMC • WV Pay • Upper Lands • New Pk

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~~~ happy summer solstice ~~~

= June 2nd Ccl Mtg MAIN ITEMS: KMC Update; ULWG Progress; Boundary for Whyte Lake Park

= Vive le Canada (Cdn Forces Day); from the EDITOR'S DESK (2013 DWV Salaries; Cmnty Day; Contradictions; Inexplicable; BoV; CACs); WVPD (Bait Cars); UPDATES & INFO (2013 Annual Report; Ms' Rev/Spending; Youth Grants; Volunteers for Grant Cmte; Salute to Fred)

= CALENDAR to June 23: CULTUREWATCH (Theatre; Art; Music); FESTIVAL; TALKs (poetry); WALKS (old-growth)

= NOTICE: Historical; June 7, 8 // HEADSUP 09A: McDonald Crk Estuary project info/opening June 9

HEADSUP 09B: Mtgs, Events June 11 - 13; BARD; Prince Philip 93 // HEADSUP 09C: Weekend; June 16 Agenda

= CCL NOTES May 26: PH re Parcel 3 of Evelyn by Onni; REGULAR: NSh Dogwalkers; DVP 3376 & 3378 Radcliffe; 2013 Financial Information Act Reports; Cmnty Grants; WV Child/Family Hub Update; NSh Chn's Charter; Intersection 21st/Queens; Coach House Implementation; Proposed OCP/Zoning Bylaws (Maison Srs’ Living); Proposed Zoning Amdmnt Bylaw (Evelyn by Onni); NSEMO Report re IPREM :-); Presentations by the Srs’ Ctr at the World Health Organization and the American Society on Aging Conferences; informative letters in Correspondence

= CCL NOTES June 2: KMC Update; Upper Lands Progress Report; Whyte Lake Park Dedication; Ev/Onni Parcel 3

+ June 16th Ccl Mtg main items: Coach Houses PH; WV Soccer Club; Invasive Plants; Regional Context Stmt; 2014 Budget Q1 Report (to be provided! see PS); 2013 Annual Report: For consideration and to receive submissions and questions from the public; Proposed Park Dedication for Whyte Lake Area and Trail (three readings); Energy Planning; DPAs: 4435 Stone Cr (for subdiv into two lots and variance); 765 Marine Dr, PkR-N (renos); also Agenda

= ANIMALWATCH (Kitten); PHOTOWATCH (D-Day then/now); INFObits (Normandy Landings; Vancouver Police Pipe Band 100 yrs old to UK; Canada's diamonds; Cayo re Ms' Rev); ROYALWATCH (Trooping the Colour; Prince Philip, 93; King Juan Carlos; King Felipe VI); PEACEWATCH (EU re Settlements); BEERWATCH (Gruit Ale and Margaret Atwood!); IRAQWATCH; BOOKWATCH (Jessye Norman; Luis Urrea on CBC); LANGUAGEWATCH (Carlin); WORDWATCH (pronunciation); HERITAGEWATCH ( ); MAIKU; QTNS/THOUGHTS/PUNS



== Vive le CANADA ===

PM's statement June 1st to mark Canadian Armed Forces Day: “...This year’s celebration is especially significant given that 2014 marks the end of Canada’s military mission in Afghanistan, -- wch was recognized by a National Day of Honour on May 9, 2014 -- the Centennial of the start of the First World War, the 75th anniversary of the start of the Second World War, and the 70th anniversary of D-Day, all important milestones in our country’s history. CanadaÖs contributions to these conflicts generated immense international respect for our country and helped define and shape Canada as it is known today...."


=== from the EDITOR'S DESK ===

+ 2013 DWV Salaries

As you know, listed in WVM09 (p36 in this issue). It did have the note that the Fire Dept figs are a bit misleading b/c back pay from a union settlement is included. I shd hv pointed out that staff pay is ~80% of the DWV operating budget. BC teachers must weep when reading what some staff earn here with less education (but longer ofc hours). Your views on the 2013 Financial Report requested and will be on the June 16 ccl mtg.

Benefits: When I was on Ccl (end of '80s/early '90s) benefits were 5 - 7%, a few years later they were 12 - 15%, and then in this century, 17 - 19%. Guess what they are now? 22 - 26%! and only the taxable portion (v roughly 5%) is included in the remuneration amt shown, so add the rest, about 20% more, onto the amt listed.

+ Cmnty Day Parade

So pleased it was a sunny day and my 102-yr-old mother cd sit in the back of my convertible and wave. She's just amazing. Every day is a gift. This Sunday, however, will be a sad day, Father's Day. He was more than five years younger so we thought mother wd go first. Nope. He suddenly, without warning, died 20 years ago while G and I were away on way to UNIXExpo in New York where we had a booth for our company.

- Cmnty Day -- The annual party to celebrate ourselves, our cmnty, this great place we live in. And the sun came out to party with us. A day to enjoy the parade, meet the folks in all the groups, sip some cool ones on the beach with friends. Maybe have a few beergarden nights during the summer (but wider selection, though champagne isn't often connected with sand.....)?

+ Congratulations to Ccl: Whyte Lake Park will be the largest park in WV, almost 2x the size of Lighthouse Park!

+ Contradictions? {pls help me to understand}

Honour Killings: Killing a daughter b/c she's dishonoured the family (if seen with or marries an 'unapproved' man, for example). Doesn't that damage the honour of the family more than the daughter's actions?

Islamic Wars: In Iraq now, Sunni and Shia killing each other brutally. Some imams have promoted jihad (holy war, killing others even other Muslims, eg Salafists) when the msg in the Koran, the msg of Islam, we're told, is PEACE.

+ Inexplicable

and SOOOO sad. What reason cd someone have to shoot three mounties?

We owe so much to our police forces for protecting us -- our sense of comfort as we go about our daily lives without fear.

I spent some time studying at the University of Moncton -- a quiet town. Such a shock. + Bd of Variance

do check out if application near you. This body approves non-compliance with our bylaws based on "undue hardship" but when asked what it was respond they don't have to say or state. Some have told me they go to the Bd b/c easier to get what they want than going to Ccl. See the variances being asked for at the June 18 BoV mtg.

+ Cmnty Amenity Calculations [CACs]

Considerable discussion re CACs during Evelyn/Onni's Parcel 3 density transfer (see May 26 Item X below). Some months ago Ccl said they'd hold a Cmte of the Whole dedicate to the subject of CACs. Not yet. Now it seems the prov is going to bring in a definition that may result in devprs not having to pay any of the increased value from upzoning. Something to watch carefully. I lobbied for over 15 years to get Ccl to recognize there was such a thing as Uplift and another five years for CBs [Cmnty Benefits], so that devprs wd pay us 75% of the value. Good deal, no? And the cmnty got millions to add to our budget.

Let's work hard not to lose that!


=== WVPD === Bait cars + !

Bait cars are everywhere. Two suspected offenders learned that the hard way in West Vancouver early Sunday morning. {Police nabbed 'em!}

Bait cars deployed police in partnership with IMPACT are now equipped with traceable bait property to capture offenders committing Theft-from-Automobile offences.

Bait property will look no different than any other property thieves may find in vehicles. The difference is it can be tracked and monitored by police.

According to IMPACT, the top ten items stolen from vehicles include smart phones, personal electronics such as laptops, tools, credit cards and ID, stereo equipment, cash and change, car parts, garage door openers, sunglasses, and keys.

WV Police encourage all residents and visitors to the District to avoid leaving valuables in unattended vehicles.

Click Here To Visit Our Website For More Information: http://wvpd.ca/breaking-stories


=== UPDATES & INFO ===


+ 2013 ANNUAL REPORT AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION

Jun 9 -- At the June 16 Ccl Mtg, the 2013 Annual Report and submissions and questions from the public will be considered. Written submissions addressed to Council re the Annual Report will be included for Ccl’s consideration and will form part of the public record. The 2013 Annual Report is also available for inspection in the Finance Dept at MHall. For more info, visit the Finance Dept or call 925 7032.

Annual Report: http://westvancouver.ca/sites/default/files/dwv/assets/gov/docs/financial-reports/annual-reports/DWV_2013_Annual_ReportJ2-2.pdf

{the 2013 DWV Salaries appeared in WVM09 wch is on the website westvan.org: http://westvan.org/2014-09}

+ MUNICIPAL REVENUE/SPENDING

Excerpts from Don Cayo's article (based on the Fraser Institute Report) pC3 in VSun June 11:

- The numbers vary from municipality to municipality, but the 21 local govts in MetroV spent, on average and adjusted for inflation, 27 per cent per citizen more in a decade.

- "Municipal spending in MetroV increased from $1.9B in 2002 to $3.3B in 2012," the report says.

This works out to a 74.2% increase, more than double the 34.1% combined rate of inflation and popn growth.

- Roughly 30% of the $1.4B of extra money spent ea yr -- $429M -- went to protective services such as police, fire depts.

- TransLink, has its own revenue-raising capability so its budget, now about $1.5B a year, isn't included in the figures.

- Interestingly, the report notes that M revenue has grown even faster than spending -- from $2.5B to $4.6B, or 86.2%, over the decade studied.

from: http://www.vancouversun.com/business/Cayo+Metro+Vancouver+spending+sprints+past+growth+last+decade/9927789/story.html

The actual Fraser Institute report: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/research-news/display.aspx?id=21482

+ YOUTH GRANTS

FUNDING FOR YOUTH COMPETITIONS AND LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES

Grants of up to $200 are available for WV youth aged 13 - 18 who participate at a regional, provincial, national, or international tournament, competition, or leadership conference; to help with the costs of attending such events. Apply here:

http://westvancouver.ca/sites/default/files/dwv/assets/gov/docs/communitygrants/2012_COMPETITION_YOUTH_LEADERSHIP_FUNDING_GUIDELINES_AND_APPLICATION-OCT29.pdf


+ VOLUNTEERS WANTED: COMMUNITY GRANTS COMMITTEE

If you are a WV resident and wd like to volunteer to serve on a bd/cmte, opportunities for 2014 will be available as follows:

Community Grants Committee: one volunteer representing community services and social services; and

one volunteer representing arts and culture.

More Information: Community Grants Committee Application forms: Online

Applicn forms are also av in the Legislative Services Dept at M Hall. Applicants are requested to mail, fax (925 7006), or deliver completed applicns with a brief personal resume, to the Legislative Services Dept at WV M Hall, 750 17th St, WV,, BC V7V 3T3, or email to committees@westvancouver.ca. Queries: Call Legislative Services at 925 7004.

+ SALUTE TO FRED! STILL GIVING AFTER ALL THESE YEARS

Jun 9 -- Meet Fred Titcomb. At 102, Fred is still giving his time to enrich the lives of others. Last month he was presented with a BC Cmnty Achievement Award in recognition of the 75 years he’s spent enthusiastically volunteering his wide range of skills. In this blog post by B-sides, BC Govt News, find out where Fred loves to work... the WV Seniors’ Activity Ctr. Here’s a glimpse of a life well-lived: Video: http://www.bcbsides.ca/still-giving-after-all-these-years/


=== CALENDAR to June 23rd ===

Mtgs at M Hall unless otherwise indicated. Shown are mtgs known at date of writing; often there are additions, changes, cancellations after WVM emailed. Check the DWV Calendar: http://www.westvancouver.ca/events . Notices/mtgs/changes too late/early for an issue are emailed to subscribers. [Headsup/Notices are sent between issues. Subscribe! write subscribewvm@westvan.org]

ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS, INITIALISMS puzzling you? See: http://www.westvan.org/glossary/

{See earlier info in Headsup/Notice section; not all repeated here.}

= Saturday June 14

~ 5pm ~ Bagpipes by the Beach Pipe Band Festival

The WV Fire Fighters Charitable Society is hosting the annual Festival at picturesque Ambleside Park. Four bands from across the Lower Mainland will each perform a set before joining together and marching in a spectacular Mass Band Finale. In addn to the entertainment, we will be selling raffle tickets for the chance to win a Round Trip travel voucher to anywhere WestJet flies! The Society is a registered charity and all proceeds from the event are distributed directly back to those in need in our community.

= Sunday June 15 {it's Father's Day!}

~ 8:15am ~ Seek the Peak Relay

This year just in time for you and your dad to challenge each other up the 16 km course. This race is no doubt a challenging endeavour but that will make the cool beverages at Altitudes Bistro, on top Grouse Mountain, that much more rewarding. Sign up today to test your stamina, strength and fitness while supporting the BC Cancer Foundation in its fight against breast cancer. Info: http://www.raceonline.ca/events/details/583

~ 10am - 3pm ~ Splash! BC Family Fishing Day -- Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve

Try your luck at catching a rainbow trout at Rice Lake, listen to live music, visit the exhibits, and enjoy the barbecue. Free bus tours are also offered up to the Seymour River Hatchery. No fishing licence is required. Event runs rain or shine; allow two hours. The LSCR is 3km north of Capilano University on Lillooet Rd.

Info: 778 452 4584. BBQ extra; all proceeds go to the Seymour Salmonid Society.

~ 10am ~ Welcome to the 2014 Dundarave Porsche Show and Ride for Cystic Fibrosis!

The Canada West Region of the Porsche Club of America will be holding their 9th annual Good Works fundraiser in Dundarave Village. The Show and Shine display starts at 10am, followed by a parade-style drive up scenic Cypress Mtn leaving at 1pm. Always held on Father’s Day, the event raises money for medical research to help find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis, a deadly genetic disease affecting children and young adults across Canada. www.showandride.ca

~ 10:30 -11:30am ~ Save Our Shores Discovery Waterfront Walk

Enjoy a moderately challenging walk with the whole family over beach, trails and roads. This Walk is a free outdoor event starting at Cates Park concession stand and ends in Deep Cove with a free boat ride back aboard the Ocean Watch. Take in the beautiful outdoors of the North Shore with your family. Remember to come prepared with proper footwear and plenty of water to stay hydrated on this relaxing adventure.

~ 2pm ~ WV Federal Liberal Nomination mtg at WV Sec School

Voting will start after the speeches at 2:30 and will remain open until 7pm.

The NSN says: "Roughly 800 members will choose between former WV mayor Pamela Goldsmith-Jones and Gibsons business owner Robert Cannon-Brown. The winner will face incumbent Conservative John Weston and a yet-to-be-chosen NDP candidate."

= Monday June 16

~ 4pm ~ Cmnty Engagement Cmte

= Tuesday June 17

~ 2pm ~ Cmnty Grants Arts & Culture Sub-Cmte mtg at Music Box 1564 Argyle Ave

~ 6 - 9pm ~ Annual Family BBQ! On the back patio of the Gleneagles Community Centre

= Wednesday June 18

~ 5pm ~ Board of Variance Hearing {these are applications not to abide by our bylaws of, for example, FAR and site coverage; the Bd can approve if undue hardship, but they don't say what the hardship is}

6) 1181 Esplanade: proposed deck variance 3.028 m to Front Yard Setback

7) 6872 Copper Cove Rd: proposed sgl-fam addn with the following variances:

a) 2.83 m to Combined Side Yard Setback b) 4.22 m to Front Yard Setback

c) 0.71 m to Minimum Side Yard Setback d) 0.93 m to Highest Building Face Envelope

e) 11% to Highest Building Face Exemption

8) 4788 Meadfeild Rd: proposed deck w/ following variance: a) 7.4% to Site Coverage Percentage

9) 578 Barnham Place: proposed addition with the following variances:

a) 1.27 m to Combined Yard Setback b) 0.30 m to Minimum Side Yard Setback

10) (3357 Marine Dr: existing accessory bldg and proposed porch alteration with the following variances:

a) 2.66 m to Combined Side Yard Setback (Accessory Bldg) b) 1.28 m to Min Side Yd Setback (Access Bldg)

c) 0.44 m to Rear Yard Setback (Acc Bldg) d) 1.52 m to Accessory Building Height (Access Bldg)

e) 2.66 m to Combined Side Yard Setback (Porch) f) 0.76 m to Minimum Side Yard Setback (Porch)

http://westvancouver.ca/sites/default/files/dwv/boards/board-of-variance/2014/14june18-notice.pdf

~ 7pm ~ Disaster Response & You -- NSh Emergency Mgmt Ofc, 147 E 14th St, NV

Free. Sign-up online at www.nsemo.org

~ 7pm ~ West Vancouver Memorial Library Board mtg at Library

= Thursday June 19

~ 4:30pm ~ Design Review Cmte mtg

~ 6pm ~ NSh Family Court and Youth Justice Cmte mtg at Cmnty Ctr

= Friday June 20

WV Cmnty Foundation's Mayor's Lawn Bowling Social

WVCF is very pleased to announce that their First Annual Mayor's Lawn Bowling Social is SOLD OUT! 48 teams are registered for an afternoon of bowls, burgers, and beverages on Friday June 20th. The weather forecast looks great so it all adds up to what should be an outstanding day!

Still SOCIAL TIX available for those of you who wd like to come by and watch some games, including the final match wch shd start around 6pm with the two best teams vying for the coveted Mayor's Lawn Bowl[ing] Cup. Social tix are $40 and include a burger or hot dog and a beverage (beer, wine, pop). You can register online (http://www.westvancouver.com/mayors-lawn-bowling) or call our office directly at 925 8153.

Partial proceeds from the event will go to the North Shore Rescue/Tim Jones Legacy Fund. Hope you will be able to join us for what is sure to become a premiere event for the WV Community Foundation.

= Saturday June 21

The Horseshoe Bay Craft Beer Festival, is proudly brought to you by the Horseshoe Bay Business Association.

~ 2 and 8:30pm ~ "Sipping on the Dock of the Bay" at Sewell's Breakwater

We have ten great breweries lined up, Howe Sound Brewing, Persephone Brewing Company, Bridge Brewing Company, Parallel 49 Brewing Company, Longwood Brewery, Deep Cove Brewers & Distillers, Central City, Russell Brewing Company, Stanley Park Brewery, and Driftwood Brewery. Each brewery will be bringing two of their signature beers to sample. We will also have two great bands, Adam Woodall (start) and Brickhouse (close). The Tiddly Cove Lions Club will be flipping burgers to order (burgers are not included in the price of admission). http://horseshoebayvillage.com/beer-festival/

Tix cost $40 and include five tasting tokens, a collector glass, and a voting ticket for the “Golden GrowlerŁ (an award that goes to the crowd's favourite beer of the day), plus you receive a two-zone bus ticket to get you home!

Questions to: events@horseshoebayvillage.ca Purchase tickets at: www.horseshoebayvillage.ca

= Sunday June 22

~ 10am ~ Walk the World for Schizophrenia in John Lawson Park

Every June, NSh Schizophrenia Society members, family, friends, and supporters “Walk the World for SchizophreniaŁ ô- a unique awareness and fundraising event in which participants walk in solidarity of each other, hand out leaflets to the public, and help remove the stigma surrounding schizophrenia.


+++ WV MEMORIAL LIBRARY +++ http://www.westvanlibrary.ca 925 7400

See the Calendar: http://www.westvanlibrary.ca/events/calendar/month

~ 2 - 4pm ~ Thursday June 19 -- Persian Book Club -- Read and discuss classical and contemporary Persian literary prose. Participants must be fluent in Persian. Led by Feloor Talebi.

~ 6:30 - 9pm ~ Monday June 16 -- Wadjda

A delightful film about a little girl in Saudi Arabia determined to own a bicycle and ride faster than any boy (subtitles).

~ 10:30 - noon ~ Friday June 20 -- Philosophers’ Café ô Catch of the Day

What are the most provocative stories from the news over the last month? Bring an article from a newspaper or magazine for show and tell at the Café.

~ 6:30 - 9pm ~ Monday June 23 -- Spectacular Now

Get swept up by wonderful performances in this sweet romantic story about the bad boy who falls in love w/ the good girl.


+++ WV MUSEUM +++ 925 7295 http://westvancouvermuseum.ca/exhibitions

~ June 18 - August 30 ~ The And of the Land

Perspectives on landscape by artists from BC -- Opening Tues June 17

{nothing on website -- shd be soon; got this info from NSN}

+++ FERRY BUILDING GALLERY +++ http://ferrybuildinggallery.com ~ 925 7290

~~ June 10 - July 2 -- "In Addition to Primary Colours" mixed media

by Zita Diaz de Leon, Miyuki Shinkai of Mellon Glass Studio, Maryam Vancouver, Kathryn Wright, and Bahar Ziraknejad

Opening Reception: Tuesday June 10 from 6 - 8pm. Meet the Artists: Saturday June 14 from 2 - 3pm

> Ferry Building Gallery Expansion Proposal

A feasibility study for a proposed expansion was recently completed by the District. A set of architects' plans outlining five options for an expansion were displayed to the public on Cmnty Day and feedback from the public was obtained.

Feedback on the proposal is welcome by email to gallery@westvancouver.ca.

To view the complete info in PDF format, pls click on: 2014.06.07_Community_Day_Presentation_Boards.pdf


+++ SILK PURSE +++ http://silkpurse.ca/exhibitions/ 925 7292

June 3 - 22 -- Picturesque North Shore

Sandrine Pelissier, inspired by the BC landscape, recently completed a series of forest, seascapes, and cityscapes painted in watermedia (watercolour, acrylic, inks). Though her work could be described at somewhat realistic, there is often a touch of the unreal in the form of splashes of paint or added designs that emphasize the subjective quality of perception. This creates a link between the landscape’s reality and the one imagined by the artist.
Opening reception: Tuesday June 3rd from 6 to 8pm

+++ KAY MEEK CENTRE +++ http://www.kaymeekcentre.com/on_stage/events_calendar

Simplest way to get on email list, call 913 3634 (also for tix) or email tickets@kaymeekcentre.com

Fri June 13 - 7pm Ballet Bloch Canada Gala 2014

Sat June 14 - 2 & 7pm The Landing Dance Centre presents Dance Vancouver 2014

Sat June 14 - 7pm DARE TO DREAM 2014 SOLO NIGHT

Sat June 21 - 2 & 7pm PRO ARTE YEAR END SHOWCASE


Kay Meek Centre Presents BILL FRISELL - GUITAR IN THE SPACE AGE! -- 8pm Sunday June 22


+++ ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 60, WV http://westvan60.com Ofc 922 3587 Lounge: 922 1920

JUNE CALENDAR OF EVENTS

MEAT DRAW AND 50/50 EVERY SATURDAY 4:30pm EXCEPT SATURDAY JUNE 14 MEAT DRAW WILL BE AT 5pm

SUNDAY JUNE 8 -- LIVE MUSIC WITH VIC & FRIENDS - 4pm $3 Burgers!

FRIDAY JUNE 13 KARAOKE IN THE LOUNGE ô 7pm

SATURDAY JUNE 14

WORLD CUP -- Full coverage and World Cup sponsored prizes

ENGLAND VS ITALY -- 3 pm Bangers and Mash, Peas, Onions, Gravy, & Bun; Served at half time $5

if you're a mbr, go; if not a mbr, get a mbr to invite you! {Many other games being shown}

MEAT DRAW AT 5 PM FRIDAY JUNE 20

NEW TIME! MINI MEAT DRAW 5:30pm NEW TIME! Followed by: MUSIC BINGO ô 6:30pm

SATURDAY JUNE 21

6:30pm ANNUAL LOBSTER DINNER -- ENTERTAINMENT AFTER BY THE ALLEY CATS 7:45pm

$45pp for A WHOLE FRESH LOBSTER, SIDE DISHES, CHOICE OF A GLASS OF WINE OR A PINT OF BEER.

!!CUT-OFF DAY FOR DINNER TIX IS THURSDAY, 19TH; FRESH LOBSTERS BEING FLOWN IN FROM EASTERN CANADA!!

--> TIX, PLS CALL THE LOUNGE 922-1920 TO RESERVE THEN PICK UP, OR DROP IN AND BUY THEM FROM THE BARTENDER

SUNDAY JUNE 22

LIVE MUSIC WITH VIC & FRIENDS - 4pm $2 Jumbo Hotdogs!


+++ WV CHAMBER of COMMERCE + 926 6614 + http://www.westvanchamber.com

"Taste of Bowen" - SATURDAY, June 14 from 10:30am - 2:30pm. 95% SOLD

The Chamber is pleased to present the inaugural "Taste of Bowen" which will feature a "taste" of Bowen Island businesses in Snug Cove, Village Square, and Artisan Square. Off-islanders: Park/bus to Horseshoe Bay, walk on the ferry and experience "The Taste of Bowen" all within walking distance of/from the ferry. There will be a shuttle bus between Snug Cove and Artisan Square. Visit 40 businesses, enjoy music, and experience a 'taste' of Bowen!

Thank you for your support of this first-time event. $15 Mbrs/Non-mbrs; $5 Chn under 12 [Register or Learn More]

Member Profile -- ABoriginArt Galleries

ABoriginArt Galleries specialize in Inuit vintage and contemporary stone and ivory sculpture and limited edition prints.Our site exhibits hundreds of works by over 400 artists and we have the largest on-line selection of Inuit prints in the world. As a web-based business our low overhead allows us to offer quality art at prices 25% or more lower than those you will find at brick and mortar stores.

Visit us at our "pop up" gallery, 6607 Royal Ave, Horseshoe Bay for our next exhibit *Sea to Sky* featuring the sea creatures, birds, and wild life of this fabulous corridor in both sculpture and graphic form.

Opening reception: Thursday June 26th from 5 - 8pm. The show continues through July 4th.

For more information go to: http://www.inuitarteskimoart.com/index.php or call Simon at 913 2428

=== CULTUREWATCH === {those in Headsup sometimes not repeated here}

* THEATRE

{see more plays in the Kay Meek Ctr section; incomplete b/c of haste}

Bard on the Beach (see Headsup 09B) -- bardonthebeach.org; Opening Night June 21st

+ ARTS CLUB -- http://www.artsclub.com -- box office at 687 1644

Spamalot Monty Python et al :-) at the Stanley Industrial Stage until June 29

+ JERICHO ARTS CTR -- United Players jerichoartscentre.com

The Marriage of Figaro, Beaumarchais's play adapted by Adam Henderson 224 8007 x2 June 6 - 29

+ BERNIE LEGGE THEATRE in New Westminster ~ More Fawlty Towers (three episodes) vagabondplayers.ca

* ART

> Douglas Coupland:

{HIS} EXHIBITION: everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything May 31 - Sept 1

> Details and more events: http://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/events_and_programs/special_events.html#eis


ŚĆ OUT FOR LUNCH (Fri 12:10pm at VAG)

June 6: Frank Chen, piano (Schumann, Beethoven, Chopin); June 20: Sonora Strings of Madison, WI


+ CAROUN ART GALLERY

If you’re out of Vancouver, visit the exhibition online later at: http://www.caroun.com/CarounArtGallery/Exhibitions/00-Expositions.html

You’re welcome to take part in the 2014 Caroun Photo Club Photo Contest:http://www.caroun.com/Directory/00-Directory.html

* MUSIC

+ Opera Pro Cantanti ~ Cambrian Hall 340 8545 procantanti.com 7pm

Verdi Operas: June 15 ~ Un Ballo in Maschera ; June 22 ~ La Traviata

+ VANCOUVER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 876 3434 http://www.vancouversymphony.ca/calendar/

The 95th Anniversary Season Finale Concerts

The VSO's Spectacular 95th Anniversary Season comes to a close with two extraordinary performances, featuring star violinist James Ehnes, the soloist on the VSO's 2008 GRAMMY® and JUNO® Award-winning recording. Maestro Bramwell Tovey conducts, and James Ehnes performs Elgar's towering, beautiful Violin Concerto in B minor. These exciting concerts also feature Respighi's monumental Pines of Rome. Don't miss the 95th Anniversary Season Finale concerts! Saturday & Monday, June 14th & 16th, 8pm, Orpheum

* ARTS and CULTURE

Oodles -- local art, dance, books, music, etc

http://allianceforartsandculture.cmail2.com/t/ViewEmail/r/F19151AF43B858C62540EF23F30FEDED/CC549A72FCE2B20DFCACEB58A033025D

== VPL == 331 3603

7pm Thurs June 19 George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award: Jean Barman

== WALKS ==

This month's line-up of natural history events will be old-growth forests, bryophyta (mosses and liverworts), and giant veteran trees.

See you in nature. David


+ Thursday June 12

High climbing and tall timber: The logging of the old-growth forests of the North Shore.

A talk for the Parkgate Library, DNV. Speaker: David Cook.

Mtg time & locn: 7:30pm at the Parkgate Library, 3675 Banff Court. The library is opposite the Parkgate Cmnty Ctr and adjacent to the Shopping Ctr at the corner of Mt Seymour Parkway and Seymour Rd wch is the access road to Mt Seymour Prov Park.

Registration required: Call the library at 929 3727.

Description of Talk: The biology and characteristics of an old-growth forest will be explained followed by an account of the history, methods, and economics of the logging of the old-growth forests on the North Shore that took place between 1850 and 1995.


+ Sunday June 15

The Champion Trees of Stanley Park -- A Discovery Walk for Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES)

Trip leader: David Cook (924 0147) Duration of field trip: Approximately 2 hours.

Mtg time and locn: 1:30pm at the Nature House of SPES wch is located on the north shore of Lost Lagoon.

Registration wd be appreciated: Call Stanley Park Ecology Society at 604 718 6522.

Cost: $5 for mbrs of Stanley Park Ecology Society, children, students, & seniors; $10 for non-mbrs.

Description: Stanley Park retains some specimens of Douglas-fir and western redcedar that are between 500 and 800 years old. Also during our walk you will see two of the largest bigleaf maples in BC, and a large red alder, all designated as Champion trees. Champion trees are record sized trees for their species. Our route will also take us past two of the most publicized cedars in BC; the Hollow Tree and the National Geographic Redcedar. Share my fascination with these veteran giants and discover why some trees in the Pacific Northwest have reached such a great age and size.


+++++ HEADSUP SECTION / NOTICES +++++


===> NOTICE

Historical Days

Wed June 4th marks the 25th anniversary of the uprising in China, Tiananmen Square, with the iconic photo of the "tankman", a courageous lone man -- bravely, stubbornly -- facing armoured tanks. The will of the ppl.

Fri June 6th is the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Canadian troops landed on Juno Beach in Normandy -- marking the beginning of the end of WW2.


Meanwhile, what's happening here at home.....

~~~~~ Saturday June 7 is COMMUNITY DAY -- Let's get out and play! ~~~~~

~ 8:30am ~ THE TIM JONES MEMORIAL CYPRESS MOUNTAIN HILL CLIMB

Riders will be riding up Cypress Mountain beginning at the junction of Cypress Bowl Road and Cypress Lane and finishing at the Cypress Mountain Lodge. 100% funds raised will support North Shore Rescue and other Rotary projects. This year there will be two rides, one on road and another on mountain bike trails.

Mountain bike start is 8:30am, road bike start is 9am. http://westvancouver.ca/calendar/community-day

~ 9:30am - 4:30pm ~ Cmnty Day in Ambleside Park http://westvancouver.ca/calendar/community-day

A fun-filled day of activities and festivities for the whole family. West Vancouver is a unique and diverse community and this year's theme is Let's Play!, so approach the day with a spirit of play.

Schedule of Events 9:45am start: Ambleside Mile - a running race along the parade route

10am start: Parade - see map for route

11am to 4 pm: Main Event at Ambleside Park

= Sunday June 8


~ ALL DAY ~ RED BULL DIVIDE AND CONQUER

Start: Cleveland Dam Finish line: Ambleside Park

The multidiscipline endurance race hits Vancouver's North Shore on Sunday for the third year. Teams of three participants will take on a course that includes mountain running, mtn biking, and kayaking. They will push their limits in a mix of locations on the North Shore, finishing the race in Ambleside Park. Along with the team competition, this year is the first year of a solo category for those competitors interested in completing each discipline on their own.


~ PUBLIC MEETING: MCDONALD CREEK RESTORATION PROJECT

~ 11am - 1pm ~ Location: Foot of 19th, at McDonald Creek

This mtg will take place on the site of the planned restoration work on McDonald Crk estuary. Work will take place June 9 - 20. Staff will be available on site on June 8 to provide information about the project and the work that will take place.


===> HEADSUP 09A:

WVM10's not finished so here's info from John Barker, Prez of Streamkeepers

TOMORROW! --->

Construction of the McDonald Creek Estuary Enhancement Project.

The attached photograph of the information sign on display at the mouth of McDonald Creek describes this project and the role Streamkeepers have played in bringing this to fruition in partnership with the District of West Vancouver.

On Sunday, June 8, from 11am to 1pm, Streamkeeper representatives will hold a Public Information session at the mouth of McDonald Creek. Interpretive signage will be presented that day and later these signs will be mounted on the railing adjacent to the creek mouth during the construction phase.This is an exciting time for our organization, to once again fully fund a significant stream enhancement project; using a model similar to that of the Centennial Rearing Pond completed in Memorial Park in 2012. The construction phase will be managed by District staff. Also drop by to take in the assembly of large rocks being trucked to the site and the commencement of construction on Monday, June 9.


===> HEADSUP 09B: Jun11 - 13 Catching Up!

Imminent mtgs and events! Plus, b/c of Teachers' strike (so schools not coming), Bard has some seats for 1pm Wed 11th (see bottom for details + 25th Anniversary), but first, VSO (Wed too!), then WV mtgs (Wed/Th! including Aquatic Change Room, Lighthouse Park Parking/Washroom, Altamont Pk, Gleneagles Cmnty Ctr, Cmnty Grants, and more!). Also, June 10th is Prince Philip's 93rd birthday -- 8K guests, and looking great!

SCROLL!

Chris Botti, live with the VSO!

There are still some tix remaining to Wednesday night's performance with a jazz icon ô smooth jazz superstar, Chris Botti!One of the world's top instrumentalists, Chris Botti's extraordinary career has taken him to all of the world's great jazz festivals and many of the world's top orchestras. ONE NIGHT ONLY, Chris Botti live with the VSO!

Wednesday, June 11th, 8pm, Orpheum

~ DWV ~

WED 11th

NORTH SHORE ACTION ON PREVENTION TASK FORCE ANTI-BOOTLEGGING CAMPAIGN 2014

~ 11am to noon ~ Location: Coppersmith Building, Shipbuilders Square, Lonsdale Quay

Come and support your cmnty partners and help send an important message to our cmnty about youth and alcohol

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION: AQUATIC CHANGE ROOM RENOVATIONS

~ 6 to 8pm ~ Location: Atrium, WV Cmnty Ctr

Planning has begun to consider a renovation to the WV Aquatic Ctr change rooms and your input is important!

LIGHTHOUSE PARK PARKING LOT AND WASHROOM UPGRADE OPEN HOUSE

~ 6:30 to 8:30pm ~ Location: Gleneagles Community Centre

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN CHILDCARE FACILITIES

~ 7 to 9:30pm ~ Location: North Shore Emergency Management Office 147 East 14th Street, North Vancouver

A two-hour workshop designed for childcare workers covering an all hazard approach to emergency preparedness.

Sign-up online at www.nsemo.org

THURS 12th

ALTAMONT PARK OPEN HOUSE ~ 4:00 to 6pm ~ Location: Altamont Park, 2971 Rosebery Avenue

GLENEAGLES COMMUNITY CNTRE ADVISORY CMTE ~ 7 to 9pm Location: Gleneagles Cmnty Ctr

FRI 13th

COMMUNITY GRANTS COMMITTEE MEETING ~ 9 to 10:30am ~ WV Community Centre


ť« BARD OPENS WED!

Matinee Tickets Available This Week

[Owing] to the BC teachers' labour dispute, some school groups are unable to attend the student matinee performances this week. As a result, we now have very good seats available on short notice. If you or anyone you know would like to see Dream or Tempest during the day this Wednesday or Friday, here are the details:

Midsummer Night's Dream: Wednesday at 1pm The Tempest: Friday at 1pm

Adult preview ticket price: $33 Global BC Youth Ticket price: $27

Previews For Dream & Tempest Begin!

It's show time! Starting this Wednesday, you and all of our Bard patrons can come to the Village and see our plays, and we are so excited to welcome you!

Have you seen The Georgia Straight this week? We're on the cover! In Janet Smith's article, Christopher Gaze & Scott Bellis reveal how Bard has changed over the years and the extra roles they took on 25 years ago when the Festival began -- including security duty! If you haven't managed to pick up a copy you can read the full article here.[*link below]

Preview prices are in effect for the next couple of weeks so don't forget to take advantage of the lower rate and be one of the first to see A Midsummer Night's Dream & The Tempest this summer!

Box Office: 739 0559 boxoffice@bardonthebeach.org 7 days 10am - 6pm

* http://www.straight.com/arts/657251/bard-beach-celebrates-25-years?utm_source=E-News%3A+Tuesday+June+10&utm_campaign=2014+June+10+E-News&utm_medium=email

very interesting article; from the beginning (Scott Bellis):

We used to have to take turns sleeping there overnight for security. We had insurance for the equipment we had borrowed, but the insurance was only valid if someone was on-site 24 hours a day. So we had a little schedule, and I would have spent four or five nights sleeping there over the summer. We would just roll out a sleeping bag on-stage,Ł Bellis remembers, after rehearsal for a 25th-anniversary return of the play. The well-known Bard actor, who plays the donkey-head-wearing Bottom this time around, is sitting at SFU Woodward’s and laughing to himself at the DIY nature of it all. “I used to run out at intermission and sell T-shirts at the gift shopö in costume. Yeah, we used to have to go out and sell Coke and all that.Ł...

~ PRINCE PHILIP at 93 ~ {all moved to ROYALWATCH}

+ Sorry; was supposed to be in last night's Headsup :-|

Begin forwarded message: From: david cook <cookeco2@yahoo.com>

Subject: Talk on the old-growth forests of the North Shore tomorrow night registration required Date: 11 June, 2014 7:38:22 PM PDT

Thursday June 12th., 2014 -- High climbing and tall timber: The logging and biology of the old-growth forests of the North Shore.


===> HEADSUP 09C: Weekend (already!); AGENDA June 16

busy! Ccl AGENDA main items Monday June 16 then excerpts from WVM10 (DWV Salaries/Benefits), followed by weekend events...... {QTP moved to end}

+ June 16th Ccl Mtg main items: Coach Houses PH; {in WVM10}

+ from WVM10 === from the EDITOR'S DESK === 2013 DWV Salaries {in WVM10}

=== UPDATES & INFO === 2013 ANNUAL REPORT AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION {in WVM10}

+ EVENTS: Saturday June 14 and Sunday June 15 {in WVM10 Calendar}


=== CCL MTG NOTES 2014 May 26 === e&oe

Re transcript: ... (gap); xxx (words missing); &&& (noteworthy; shd get); timestamps so you can find the part on the video to listen to entire bit.

NB: unless I know the person, names are best guesses. In any case, herewith more of what went on than you ever see in the ccl minutes. :-)

ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS, INITIALISMS puzzling you? See: http://www.westvan.org/glossary


=== SPECIAL CCL MTG AGENDA May 26 ===

Note: At 6pm the sp Ccl mtg will commence in open session in the MFCR and will be immediately followed by a motion to exclude the public in order to hold a closed session, pursuant to section 90... At 7pm in the Ccl Chamber a PH re proposed Zoning... Amendment Bylaw ... for 870 and 876 Keith Rd and a public mtg re proposed Devt Permit No. 13-018 will be held concurrently. The reg Ccl mtg will commence in the Ccl Chamber immediately following the PH and concurrent public mtg.

6:00PM

1. Call to Order.

EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC

2. RECOMMENDED: THAT in the public interest, mbrs of the public be excluded ... under the following...:

90. (1) A part of a council meeting may be closed if ... relates to or is one or more of the following:

(a) personal information about an identifiable individual who holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee or agent of the municipality or another position appointed by the municipality;

(g) litigation or potential litigation affecting the municipality; and

(i) the receipt of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose. Purpose of meeting: appointments and legal matter.

3. ADJOURNMENT (of open session)


= PUBLIC HEARING NOTES May 26 For On-Table Items Please See Item 4

Note: At 7pm in the Ccl Chamber a PH re proposed Zoning Amdmt Bylaw for 870/876 Keith and a public mtg re proposed Devt Permit will be held concurrently. The Ccl mtg will commence in the Ccl Chamber immediately following the PH and concurrent public meeting.

7:00 PM

1. CALL TO ORDER

Mayor: Okay, it's seven o'clock despite what that says and I'd like to call the mtg to order. Ms Scholes?

{MClk introduced item; wd be a staff presentation}

2. PUBLIC HEARING

Proposed Zoning Bylaw No. 4662, 2010, Amendment Bylaw No. 4788, 2014 (870 and 876 Keith Road)

The Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits will describe the subject application.

Applicant: Onni Taylor Way Properties Ltd.

Subject Lands: 870 and 876 Keith Road

Purpose: The proposed bylaw/devt permit wd allow for the construction of a 23-unit cluster house bldg at 870/876 Keith.

Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendment: If adopted, proposed Zoning ... Amdmt Bylaw ... wd amend the CD1 (Evelyn Dr) zone to allow for the transfer of density (floor area and units) from elsewhere on the Evelyn devt site to the subject lands.

A public meeting will be held concurrently with the PH.

Proposed Development Permit: Proposed Devt Permit No. 13-018 imposes conditions and requirements for the development of the subject land, including:

ó a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.6;

ó 23 units;

ó total floor area of 36,232 square feet;

ó bldg w/ two wings: seven-storey west wing; five-storey east wing, connected with a parkade on the fourth storey;

ó 50 parking spaces:

- 46 parking spaces within private enclosed garages within the parkade (2 per unit); and

- 4 visitor parking spaces within the parkade;

ó new site landscaping

ó design elements consistent w/ the Evelyn by Onni cluster-housing devts elsewhere on the Lands, including:

terracing of the building down the hillside, presents as a one-storey building along Keith Road; and stone, wood, and glass building finishing materials.

The proposed development permit includes the following requested Zoning Bylaw Variances:

ó Number of Storeys: increase from 3 to 7; and

ó Site Coverage: increase from 40% to 50%.

3. PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURE {described}

4. REPORTS/WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS

Lisa Berg, Planning: a quick overview; transfer of density SLIDE

SLIDES: Stats; Form and Character; Variances; CAC ($2.5M was collected at time of master plan and is in a reserve acct for public art, etc; plus $350K for traffic-calming and $1M for off-site infrastructure works) -- since no increase in density, no CAC for this; Devt Applicn Info mtg May 21(two ppl attended).

The applicant is present and has a presentation.

Mayor: Ms Scholes, that or questions now?

MClk referred to reports and explained the procedure, 1400 notices sent out, etc:


1) Reports received up to and including May 15, 2014:


REPORT TITLE

REPORT DATED

COUNCIL MEETING DATE

#

Rezoning and Devt Permit for Parcel 3 of Evelyn by Onni

November 13, 2013

December 2, 2013

R-1

Rezoning, Devt Permit for 870/876 Keith Rd (Parcel 3)

January 29, 2014

February 17, 2014

R-2

Rezoning and Devt Permit for 870/876 Keith Rd (Parcel 3)

March 19, 2014

April 7, 2014

R-3


2) Written submissions received up to and including May 15, 2014:

SUBMISSION AUTHOR

SUBMISSION DATED

#

Redacted

May 5, 2014

C-1

Redacted (On-Table)

May 12, 2014

C-2

Redacted (On-Table)

May 26, 2014

C-3

On April 7, Ccl set the date for the PH. The statutory notice of PH was published in the NSh News on May 18 and May 21, 2014 and notices were mailed to property owners / occupants within the notification area. The MClk will note written submissions received for the May 26 PH.


Sop: questions b/c I always keep an open mind

looked at second beautiful drawing there and along Keith Rd not a sgl tel wire; how misleading is that? That's my comment

opp to neg with Onni so there won't be tel wires/poles?

LB: Onni did do conduit undergrounding when proj was approved

It's a pricey thing to do and that has not been concluded

Sop: my second Q: any increase in rental housing? if more/change, they're going to have to give something up

LB: moved two units, transferred others; those conversations not yet held

Sop: will save till later

[7:12] Mayor: just so everybody's clear, no increase in number of units

LB: Correct

ML: on p7 of your report re vehicle access, confused re traffic report, says wdn't "marginally' change, so, major?

think a numerical change (grammatical?) change -- useful to correct?

LB: our understanding is that same no of units, minor change

ML: think you've missed my point

"wd not marginally change" -- that's grammatically incorrect; maybe we can just revisit and correct that

re CACs now or later?

Mayor: now

ML: reading summary re CACs, two things jump out at me

- this relies heavily on "hard construction costs provided by the devpr" and - [later p 183 of our pkg], refers to having a quantity surveyor; is that a cost needed? need to that or benefit to Dist?

Sokol: re subject of a CAC, the first test is, is there actually new devt, is there new density; in this case the answer is no; therefore, no CACs

if there had been an increase in density or in dwelling units, staff wd then look at an Uplift report [7:14]

staff's position on this issue is: whether there is an increase or decrease in value or whether you're costing out the costs of construction doesn't really matter, the fact of the matter there is no increase in the number of units, there is no increase in the demands put on public services and therefore a CAC is not appropriate


{An associate commented on this: Right conclusion, wrong rationale. That may be staff’s view but thatÖs not what the official Council policy states. CACs are recommended whenever there is an increase in land value from the change in density. Since there is no net increase in land value (and, in fact, the appraiser suggests the land value is decreased by this change), there is no CAC due (correct conculsion). Number of units is not mentioned anywhere in the policy and is a totally irrelevant consideration (staff's incorrect reasoning).}

ML: the logic in my mind if potentially wrong to begin with it's still wrong now but we don't care b/c we're not changing anything.

Guess what I'm asking is if not for this, shd we in future be looking for some basis on wch to calculate CACs that do not rely quite so much on info provided by the devpr?

Sokol: staff looking at a new way to calculate CACs

prov has come out with new guidelines; they very strongly recommend not base CACs on Uplift, not an accurate way of measuring the impact of a development...

not what a CAC is supposed to address

Mayor: guess cclr asking what the method is for CACs -- Mr Sokol, your dept coming forward with a report?

Sokol: probably early or sometime next year, recommending some new approaches or changes to how we collect CACs

CC: my policy support for a better CAC policy for the District

shd not be charging CACs only if cost to cmnty

Ccl, by controlling the zoning, controls the value of land and value determined in large part of what can be built on it

if we're creating value, if creating $2 - 3M of value by upzoning a property; entirely legitimate to ask that that upzoning be shared amongst the cmnty

b/c the cmnty not just immediate effects of devt, there's traffic, infrastructure, parks, library...

CAC policy needs to be revised, clarified; I take issue with staff's interpretation of what new devt is b/c the reality is there is new devt on the parcel that Onni is seeking to devp now

They're adding four floors and eight units to that parcel

It's only if you look at the devt as a whole it's netted out; that's a false way of looking at it

...it's NEW devt; to say no uplift for transfers within a parcel is a complete total fallacy

no appraiser will tell you that; ten units at bottom, worth X; transfer from bottom no view to top and view, worth way more than X; maybe double, triple

switching, moving, potentially and that's what's occurring here

said my piece and don't want to beat up on the devpr here

they'll do what's in their financial best interest moving these units b/c view/value

as a cmnty (re CACs) we're not getting any of that value; our own fault, our policy is not well thought out; we're not implementing it; don't for a moment believe the appraisal report from the appraiser, think we're missing an opp

know I'm in the minority here; so will leave; said my piece


{G's comment: Craig is spot on when he says it's "entirely legitimate to ask that upzoning be shared". His comments about transfers within a parcel, while correct, are not relevant: (a) that is not what this zoning application is about, and (b) the transfer being approved is from a more valuable (i.e. better view) parcel to a less valuable (poorer view) locn.}


5. APPLICANT’S PRESENTATION

Sokol: believe the applicant is here

E Hughes: brief presentation

SLIDES picture of Parcel one built and occupied; Parcel Two

drawing of proposed Parcel three

R Ciccozzi: SLIDES of designs

seven-storey on west, five- on east

parkade; introducing green roofs in Parcel 3; public walkway [7:28]; sustainable design; high LEED Silver

pass to Peter for landscape

Peter Kreuk: landscape architect; walk down to PkR; heavy natural planting

CC: know we meet with Mr Hughes

improvement, &&&

colleague asked about accomm on the NSh and I sent them to your site

like only one storey from Keith

as a result -- one more bldg's worth at Keith-- frontage larger than under previous?

Ans: I wd think so

consolidation changed slightly; more frontage on Keith

CC: a little more blockage of view

are you having to remove more of the mature trees than before?

Ans: unf that is the case

yes, looked to buy?, xxx, terracing, and xxx [7:34]; looked at xxx

less [sic] retaining walls but will let Peter

Peter K: four trees between Parcel 2 and 3

opp to build large wall; felt better to remove and put in new trees, better fit slope; village walk

2.4 to 1 slope from top to bottom; thought that was xxx

CC: encourage you to put as many trees in; won't grow in in my/our lifetime; plant mature trees


{maybe one day we'll be able to do more than 'encourage'!}


Peter? unf xxx

NG: my questions were related to slope and trees

if approved not a sgl existing tree left!

Ans: correct; 8 to 1 tree replacement; 29 western cedars [7:37]

NG: given steepness and coverage at 50% and whole site denuded for a year or more; whatever planted not v much

who deals with the liability if rain washes [out]? is it our liability if we approve?

Sokol: make sure sediment and erosion control is in place before start

something we keep an eye on; observed during construction

on site; an off-site storm water line was installed under TWay, not only from this site but other parts of nbhd

capacity vastly increased

Sop: exec summary from Burgess Cawley; shows resid land value before and after zoning

before $4M and after $5.4M; Parcel 8 $36M down to $32M

why enter into a design shift, down in one area and up in another?

when we get there, go up, won't have a decline at all

Ans: 18 mos ago started, costs of construction of the site had increased

until into construction drawings and estimate costs; based on precedence of Parcel 2

Sop: based on your own words, come out as a gain b/c of density shift

but out of this,, being partners of WV, nothing shd suffer outside of your devt

tel lines left undecided

better views at top, not so well {good?} below

wdn't it be fair game; good devt ppl will flock to; xxx

shift some money to WV to &&&

Mayor: doubt the person in front of you has the right to answer that question

{some chuckles}

Ans: increasing units xxx

easier to xxx more funds, xxx

if we came in with number of units -- try to maximize at top of site and more retaining walls at bottom

getting 7th level penthouse units

Sop: CAC $3.8M is that put away somewhere? why not undergrounding wires? where's money?

Mayor: it's in the bank; undergrounding a Ccl decision

MB: &&&

Ans: xxx measurement -- 80ft from the lane; eastward ht getting lower; Parcel 8 is six storeys

in front of Parcel 3 is Parcel 7, probably six storeys max

MB: so you added units to the bottom? am trying to get a visual

Cclr Cam assumed view better from top, is that right?

Ans: likely we wd hv at top -- going from 17 to 23 now, density at bottom

MB: Parcel #

Ans: across the street

MB: not my question -- wch wd be the better views? apt blocking the bottom; new units in cluster or apt bldg?

Ans: tough question to answer

Mayor: the view is in the eye of the beholder

{chuckles}

to the public now

6. PUBLIC INPUT

Barb Hunter: wanted to say how attractive but disappointed tel poles still there

$350K just for the study or implementation?

RF: $350K contrib fom Onni, was to study; various open houses, Option A (as much included)

signif progress toward

BH: so public not on the hook for traffic.....

RF: a number of features, eg some medians -- those will be paid for through Onni

the ped or multi-use walkway feature, still have to do some work on the detailed design

possible wd require addl capital

want to see how much can do and what remaining

Mayor: anyone else wishing to speak {3x}? to Cclr Cam

7. CLOSURE OF PUBLIC HEARING

{made the motion; received; PH closed [7:50] }

Council members are not permitted to receive further submissions once the Public Hearing is closed.

THEN:

The Mayor made the following announcements:

BCRPA Award -- Our Parks and Cmnty Services division won a provincial award through the BC Recreation and Parks Assn for its recent Interdivisional Services Review. This was one of seven provincial awards handed out across the province. The award for innovation uses a pictograph to describe the Division’s services, and a dashboard tool to outline financial information and metrics. You can see it on our website.

Upcoming Youth Mental Health Forum -- Parents, youth, and service providers are encouraged to attend No More Secrets: A West Vancouver Forum on Youth Mental Health on Thursday May 26 at 6:30pm at the Kay Meek Ctr. This event is free and open to everyone but registration is required through the WV Sch Dist website. The purpose is to help to demystify youth mental health issues and develop a shared knowledge of existing services and how to access them.

Presentations by the Seniors’ Activity Centre at the World Health Organization and the American Society on Aging Conferences -- On the consent agenda tonight is a report to inform Council and our cmnty about the Seniors’ Activity Centre (“SACŁ) presentations at two international conferences relative to the successes of the Seniors’ Centre. I wd like to acknowledge Brian Hann, past Chair of the Srs’ Ctr Bd, and Jill Lawlor, cmnty rec mgr are in the audience tonight.

BC Binning House proposal for District acquisition and stewardship -- Council, in a closed meeting on Mar 31, approved a proposal for District acquisition and stewardship of the BC Binning House National Historic site at 2968 Mathers Crescent. The proposal was formalized and submitted to the Court-appointed Monitor for The Land Conservancy of BC through our M solicitor on April 28. ...partnership with ... groups; future and long-term... We have not received a formal response to this proposal yet, as the property is still subject to ongoing court proceedings.

West Vancouver Marine Rescue Society Licence Renewal -- Council at its May 5 closed mtg approved a proposed five-year licence renewal for the WV Marine Rescue Society. The Society continues to maintain the facilities at Horseshoe Bay Pier.


= REGULAR COUNCIL MTG NOTES May 26

For On-Table Items Please See Items 3, 6, 13, 17.4, 18.1, and 18.2

1. Call to Order. [7:53]

2. Approval of Agenda

amended by:

ó adding to Item 3 the Apr 28, sp/reg Cncl mtg minutes and May 5, sp/reg Ccl mtg minutes;

ó adding to Item 6 corresp re Proposed DVP (3376 & 3378 Radcliffe Avenue);

ó withdrawing Item 15 re Proposed OCP/Zoning Amdmt Bylaws (Maison Srs’ Living, TWay/Keith);

ó adding to Item 17.4, memo re “Notice of Motion re Options for Prelim Future Route for the Spirit Trail between 13th&19th ;

ó adding to Item 18 Items 18.1 and 18.2 regarding correspondence

Mayor: think Mr Sokol will [speak wrt] Item 15 re fourth reading for approval of a number of steps wch have to be taken

not yet completed signing docs, techn... this will appear on agenda in July

3. Adoption of Council Meeting Minutes Meeting minutes to be provided.

DELEGATIONS

4. North Shore Professional Dogwalkers’ Alliance (File: 0055-01)

PowerPoint presentation to be provided.

B Rueger and Julie Davidson both spoke:

Dog walker brings up images -- we do not do this and this [SLIDES]

most one- or two-person small biz; professional means licensed, permission re trails [7:57]

bills about $2M a year

off-leash hikes; pick up up to six dogs, hour and half -- clean them up before dropping them off

hike five days a week -- year round

do more than walk dogs; help and advice on just about anything to do with their pets

security when away from homes

unofficial tour guides on the trails; hand out trail maps b/c no one knows can get them down here

emergency communication network, can email or text ev dogwalker on NSh, happy to do for any owner

pick up bottles; pick up the dog poop left on the weekend

debris from xxx parties

MYTHBUSTERS

SLIDE re complaints [8:01] {stats low}

not a great source of complaints to the Dist

A serious occupation? yes! SLIDE, not a hobby

Do not damage the trails, dogs small and workers vary the trails

we're up ev day and can see trails and bridges falling apart; love to see more work done

half with licences in WV have in NV
NV has frozen [licences?]

Out-of-town companies invading? not true

wd like Dist staff to take us seriously when we tell them what we do

earlier, one of your bylaw ofcrs offered to come but it rained and he backed out

think about posting signage the same way NV does; you know when you're in an area approved; public know

more poop bags -- public don't realize

tickled that the bridges on Ballantyne Trail are being [fixed]

hope also to Baden Powell Trail -- SLIDE of xxx Bridge -- dangerous [8:05]

look at Bylaw Enforcement; play by rules, will be asked

those without, won't hear; staff say can do nothing about unlicensed companies

a loose dog is dangerous; a long-standing complaint

we police ourselves; best trail-users we can be

want to work with your staff; procedures that work for everybody

any questions, don't hesitate, ask us

Mayor: do notice staff writing down things, so hope your comments on trails will meet with some action

Sop: wonderful group and what you do

saw dogs out here while in to get permits and they didn't even move!

two things: licence, permitted to use the trails, also a xxx

Upper Lands Study, positive coming

great service to NSh; received for information, with thanks.

REPORTS [7:56]

5. Reports from Mayor and Councillors on Boards, Committees, and Working Groups

Mayor: 131 awards at Youth Ccl May 12

on May 15 WV Cmnty Fdn

$3.6M rec'd; gift from one of our citizens, Martin, xxx

xxx; Isabel xxx ; toured Aq Ctr [8:10]

Jill and Sheila tour of SAC; Westerleigh; Kiwanis; left with impression WV best service for srs

Sop: some of us attended the Kiwanis opening, an incredible sight

hats off; like a fine resort

stepped in for the golf, was pretty good; pond with $100 worth of golf balls!

place for bldg, place for women with addiction; turning point

$50K cheque rec'd; silent auction

I didn't bid on dinner for the Mayor b/c we go have a beer from time to time

other things; I don't have to tell you b/c I know I was

MB: NSh Congress mtg, all were there; this was on transportation

NG: as Acting Mayor, the Paul Sugar Palliative Event; brand new foundation

works out of HBay, and worked there for 35 yrs; Fdn for those who need palliative care;

$250K raised so far with Dal Richards, 96

haven't stopped signing xxx since

don't know why, but chose me to be on panel for women's caucus [8:15]

40 ppl there, in Vanc {named others}

Bike to Work Week -- but you can take public transport or walk

Mayor: walking better than cycling?

NG: more energy, xxx {8:16, gave reasons}

detrimental to the envmt

Mayor: great if you can do it

TP: blue tag

WV Cmnty Ctrs Society, the added value they bring

new aq toys, A-V equipment, etc

have a read; accomplishing more than what we cd

trying to spotlight on what they do and raise their profile

CC: Taste of Ambleside on Thursday May 29th

Cclr Panz and I have been going to UL mtgs and the WG will be coming next week with a report

June 19 or 20 a dedicated session with the Hollyburn cabin owners

Sokol: believe it's June 26

CC: ...

Sokol: and it will appear on the Ccl Calendar and webpage

ML: in addn to what others have mentioned, the Hollyburn Sailing Club sail past, Cclr Gamb and I

last wk had pleasure to go to the Lib Bd mtg, just stellar in the work they're doing

Reports received for info

[8:20]

6. Proposed Development Variance Permit No. 13-058 (3376 & 3378 Radcliffe Avenue)

PowerPoint presentation to be provided.

At the May 5 reg mtg Ccl rec'd the report dated April 16 and set the date for consideration for May 26, 2014.

Reports received up to and including May 15, 2014:

REPORT TITLE

REPORT DATED

#

Development Variance Permit No. 13-058 (3376 & 3378 Radcliffe Avenue)

April 16, 2014

R-1

Written Submissions received up to and including May 15, 2014:

SUBMISSION AUTHOR

SUBMISSION DATED

#

(redacted)

May 1, 2014

C-1

PRESENTATION BY APPLICANT

Sokol: James Allan, Cmnty Planner will make presentation

looking for three variances

setback; a combined sideyard; waterfront grade line/retaining walls project beyond 45 degree line

SLIDES

condition of the DVT to remove X??

CC: removal of the patio encroachments -- hard to tell scale from here

more than 15ft into foreshore, improve public access

45° angle -- why do they need that? why not move it back and keep it within the 45? why need variance?

JA: we do try to work with prop owners; we do have the power re removal

been there for a long time, they want to enjoy them

"existing ranges? and foreshore encroachments"

privacy

CC: app? what owners doing; thin edge of the wedge

but if move back wdn't signif; ft or 2ft?

JA: up to three ft

CC: we do have rules for a reason; do xxx cd hv our policy retained

small thing

can see side yards but not those

Brad Lamoureux: architect for the project

great deal of study; clients look to make certain concessions to cmnty at large

removed the two garages up the street -- many on street

set back garage 30 ft; house set back further, ~40ft

trading a garden at front; gives cmnty a garden [view] and house lowered

pressure on house toward water, taking up land cd enjoy

area small and to lose 3ft wd diminish utility; have as much of that as possible

CC: how big is the beach terrace?

BL: don't have figs

CC: need to know -- 3ft out of ten or out of 20?

BL: out of ... wd lose up to half

CC: not conforming, the whole area?

BL: creates the terrace;

CC: doesn't look like 3ft out of 6 -- I'm no mathematician

Sop: three-car garage -- much blasting?

BL: until we demolish won't know

with help of Bill Chapman

not blasting for garage, for the house

ML: how long is this house going to take to build?

BL: Bradner Homes, about 24 mos

ML: familiar, b/c I live on a lane -- how are ppl going to get by?

can't park in yr own nbrhd b/c of construction cars

see list; energuide rating of 75 -- is it good or bad?

they don't want to do anything about light fixtures; no interest in a waste management plan -- no

garage &&&

not a tree preservation plan presented

Sokol: traffic mgmt plan is a reqmt, project by proj re where workers to park

look at other projs underway at time to minimize impact

maybe parking off-site when permit applied for

the checklist something we ask them to do

try to encourage applicants to do more than what's in the DP

perhaps architect cd ans more

BL: reason we didn't file -- anything of value taken off will be returned

tried to [8:35]

comprehensive landscape plan nothing short of amazing

energy rating -- hadn't given a lot of consideration; willing to talk to owner; 75 a min, we'd want to 80 or 90

TP: don't think highlight the

xxx checklist enough

no invasive plant species, thank you for that

always been talk of taking the energy guide up to 80; think we shd be pushing for higher energy guide ratings; wd be good if you wd commit to this -- wd be helpful to have an audit to see if we're meeting...

for staff, what's in the public foreshore

Brad?: erosion, immediately to west

and other nbr to install natural intertidal features

removing those scallps?; foreshore work in that area

protection of infrastructure (eg sewer); foreshore there to protect

TP: looking at sea-level rise, you're comfortable for future &&&

Brent: by leaving the high level mark, the grassland landscaping well above sea level

NG: my thunder also stolen by Cclr Lewis; no, kidding, have other question

have letters from ppl concerned

increased accessibility along the foreshore by the public

BL: yes

NG: ....debris, etd

BL: bonding needed for any blasting; pre-blast report

did speak to one nbr; wd not be normal for one person to indemnify another but xxx insurance, blasting itself

NG: rumour six cars

BL: crawl space cd put three more

NG: 5300sf

BL: with basement 7300sf

NG: not xxx; energy

not support; wd like to see at least 80 to 90 range

Mayor: CC

{to start motion}

Mayor: oh, public

CALL FOR PUBLIC INPUT

I Rozier: I'm on 33

notwithstanding the 45

point is if you look at the variances being returned to foreshore [8:43]

accretion; offering to take out; a lot of ground being returned; a lot more natural accretion

Mayor: so you support the application?

Ans: yes

CC: I'll try again

THAT all written and oral submissions be received for information.

CARRIES

CC: when rehabilitation, access maintained to West Bay

my kids go there; make sure

MOTION: the proposed DVP, wch wd allow for construction of a new house with garage, be approved.

CARRIES with Cclr Gamb opposed

SSch: a late submission

Mayor: wch we all carefully read

[8:45]

7. 2013 Audited Financial Statements, 2013 Annual Report, and 2013 Financial Information Act Reports (Statement of Financial Information) (File: 0800-01)

MK: been some District Land Stewardship questions

nil at beginning and end

{well, that really doesn't explain it; received query from citizen expecting records of in/out.

Among all the reports, staff remuneration included plus how much paid out to wch companies.}


MOTION:

  1. The ... Statements as presented to Council on May 26, 2014 and for inclusion as part of the 2013 Annual Report, pursuant to the Community Charter sections 167 and 98, be approved; and that

  2. Consideration of the 2013 Annual Report and submissions and questions from the public be scheduled for the June 16, reg Ccl mtg at 7pm in the M Hall Ccl Chamber, pursuant to the Cmnty Charter section 99; and that

  3. The 2013 Annual Report be made available for public inspection at Municipal Hall and on the District’s website as of May 30, 2014, pursuant to the Community Charter sections 97 and 98; and that

  4. The 2013 Financial Information Act Reports (Statement of Financial Information) as presented to the Audit Cmte on May 7, 2014 be approved for submission to the Ministry of Community, Sport, and Cultural Devt and made available for public information, pursuant to the Cmnty Charter ... and to the Financial Information Act ...


8. 2014 Community Grants Recommendations: Arts, Culture, and Heritage

The Cmnty Grants Cmte recommendations for Arts, Culture, and Heritage Grants for 2014 be approved as follows:


Third year of a [three-year] cycle (2012-2014):


RECOMMENDED: the Cmnty Grants Cmte recommendations for Arts, Culture, and Heritage Grants for 2014 be approved as follows:

Third year of a [three-year] cycle (2012-2014):

West Vancouver Adult Community Band

Performing Arts

$ 500

West Vancouver Fire Services Museum + Archives

Heritage

$ 500

West Vancouver Youth Band Society

Performing Arts

$ 7,500

Pacific Spirit Choir

Performing Arts

$ 1,000


Total

$ 13,000

Second year of [three-year] cycle (2013-2015):

ORGANIZATION

CATEGORY


NS Polish Association - Belweder

Heritage

$1,500

North Shore Light Opera

Performing Arts

$1,800

Dundarave Festival of Lights

Performing Arts

$750

Pandora’s Vox Vocal Ensemble Society

Performing Arts

$2,500

Sinfonia Orchestra of the North Shore

Performing Arts

$2,000


Total

$8,550

First year of [three-year] cycle (2014-2016):

ORGANIZATION

CATEGORY


North Shore Chamber Music Society

Performing Arts

$1,000.00

Presentation House

Performing Arts

$1,500

Deep Cove Chamber Soloists

Performing Arts

$750

Hollyburn Heritage Society

Heritage

$750

Laudate Singers Society

Performing Arts

$1,500


Total

$5,500

Funding for a one-year project:

ORGANIZATION

CATEGORY


West Vancouver Historical Society

Heritage

$1,350

Chor Leoni Men’s Choir

Performing Arts

$1,000

Harmony Training & Performance Society

Performing Arts

$2,000

North Shore Music Academy Society

Performing Arts

$500

NV Community Arts Council ô Art in the Garden

Visual Arts

$2,500


Total

$7,350

9. Community Grants Recommendations: Community and Social Services Grants (File: 0116-20-CGC1)

RECOMMENDED: be approved as follows:

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2013-2015

(second of a three-year cycle)

North Shore Community Resources: Information Volunteer Program

$

8,000

North Shore Community Resources: Operating

$

4,000

Subtotal

$

12,000

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2012-2014

(third of a three-year cycle)

3rd West Vancouver Scouts: Hollyburn Cabin

$

400

Rotary Club of the North Shore: Operation Red Nose

$

750

Subtotal

$

1,150

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2013-2014

(second of a two-year cycle)

Athletics for Kids Financial Assistance Society: Sports Funding Program

$

4,000

Subtotal

$

4,000

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES: New cycles

(previously funded programs)

Coho Festival Society: Operating

3 year

$

5,000

Gleneagles Golf Club Society

3 year

$

500

North Shore Safety Council: Operating

3 year

$

1,000

North Shore Salvation Army

3 year

$

2,500

West Vancouver Marine Rescue Society: Operating

3 year

$

5,000

Subtotal

$

13,500

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES: New applications

North Shore Alliance Church: North Shore Canada Cup Street

Soccer Tournament

1 time

$

1,000

North Shore Fruit Tree Project: Operating

2 year

$

500

North Shore Neighbourhood House: Edible Garden Project

3 year

$

2,500

WV Track and Field Club: Jr Devt Training Prog Training Program

1 time

$

500

West Vancouver Track and Field Club: Masters and Seniors

Introduction to Track and Field

1 time

$

500

Subtotal

$

5,000

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2013-2015

(second of a three-year cycle)

NSh Cmnty Resources: Child Care Resource, Referral Program

$

2,000

North Shore Multicultural Society: Operating

$

2,250

Subtotal

$

4,250

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2012-2014

(third of a three-year cycle)

Autism Society of BC: Community Group

$

500

Big Sisters of BC: Mentoring Program

$

500

North Shore Crisis Services Society: Operating

$

10,000

North Shore Neighbourhood House: Learning Together Program

$

1,000

Subtotal

$

12,000

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2013-2014

(second of a two-year cycle)

Living Systems Counselling, Educn,Training Soc: Play Therapy

$

2,000

Subtotal

$

2,000

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES: New cycles

(previously funded programs)

Family Services of the North Shore: Clinical [Counselling]

3 year

$

12,000

North Shore Multicultural Society: Community Bridging

1 time

$

1,000

Subtotal

$

13000

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES: New applications

Hollyburn Family Services Society: Wired for Success

3 year

$

1,000

North Shore Multicultural Society: Neonology

1 time

$

1,000

Subtotal

$

2,000

SENIORS’ SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2013-2015

(second of a three-year cycle)

Pets and Friends: Visitation Program

$

3,000

Subtotal

$

3,000

SENIORS’ SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2012-2014

(third of a three-year cycle)

Hollyburn Family Services Society: Seniors Outreach

$

1,000

Senior Citizens Special Services Society: LINKS to Healthy Living

$

4,000

Subtotal

$

5,000

SENIORS' SUPPORT SERVICES: New cycles

(previously funded programs)

Canadian Hard of Hearing: Operating

3 year

$

1,100

Capilano Cmnty Services Society: Red Cross Loan Program

2 year

$

2,750

Lionsview Seniors Planning Society: Operating

3 year

$

3,000

Lionsview Srs Planning Society: Services to Srs Coalition

3 year

$

1,500

Lionsview Srs Planning Soc: NSN Older and Wiser Column

1 year

$

500

North Shore Keep Well Society: Operating

3 year

$

2,000

North Shore Meals on Wheels: Operating

3 year

$

1,500

North Shore Neighbourhood House: Seniors Peer Support

3 year

$

1,400

North Shore Stroke Recovery Centre: Seniors Peer Group

1 year

$

1,000

North Shore Volunteers for Seniors: Operating

3 year

$

4,000

Subtotal

$

18,750

SENIORS’ SUPPORT SERVICES: New Applications

Hollyburn Fam Srvces Soc: Supporting Srs to Remain Housed

3 year

$

1,000

Subtotal

$

1,000

SPECIALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2013-2015

(second of a three-year cycle)

Canadian Mental Health Association: Operating

$

2,000

Canadian Mental Health Association: Support Groups

$

1,000

Cerebral Palsy Assn of BC: NSh Cmnty Connections

$

500

Special Olympics BC Society (North Shore): Operating

$

2,400

Subtotal

$

5,900

SPECIALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES: Existing cycle 2012-2014

(third of a three-year cycle)

Avalon Recovery Society: Peer Support Program

$

500

Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC: Operating

$

1,000

Friend2Friend Learning Society: Integrated Playgroup

$

750

Lookout Emergency Aid Society: North Shore Shelter

$

2,500

North Shore ConneXions: Education and Community Awareness

$

1,000

North Shore ConneXions: Friendship Circles

$

1,000

North Shore Disability Resource Centre: Summer Bursary Program

$

3,500

North Shore Schizophrenia Society: Operating

$

2,000

North Shore Stroke Recovery Centre: Young Stroke Survivors

$

1,000

Subtotal

$

13,250

SPECIALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES: New cycles

(previously funded programs)

Canadian Red Cross: RespectED Bullying Prevention

2 year

$

500

Change the World Foundation dba Harvest: Operating

3 year

$

3,500

North Shore Disability Resource Centre: North Shore

Community (formerly Adult’s) Response Network

1 year


1,000

North Shore Hospice Society: Operating

3 year

$

1,500

North Shore Women’s Centre: Operating

3 year

$

3,000

North Shore Women’s Centre: Single [MothersÖ] Support Group

3 year

$

500

Spinal Cord Injury BC: Peer Program

3 year

$

500

Subtotal

$

10,500

SPECIALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES: New applications

Change the World Foundation dba Harvest: Food Program

1 year

$

500

NSh Disability Resource Ctr: Transition, Employment Prog

1 year

$

1,000

NSh Disability Resource Ctr: Parents’ Night Out Support Grp

1 year

$

1,000

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sport Society: Learn to Ski Program

1 time

$

500

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sport Society: Operating

3 year

$

500

Subtotal

$

3,500

[8:50]

Sop: how much for heritage? mentioned three

CR: waved from back FOUR -- there's a Polish Assn {and it got the highest amt}

Mayor: four

[8:53]

10. West Vancouver Child and Family Hub Update PowerPoint presentation to be provided.

A Beckett (with L Kent): {listed the places now included}

ev two years kindergarten teachers

Early Devt Instrument SLIDES as of 2013 five ways; EDI

[8:56] introduce a Kindness Room; description and SLIDE

Heart-Mind Proj and workplan, Storyhouse Family Drop-in, and Properties Family Hub

Mayor; unf didn't increase by one b/c my daughter missed her due date

[9:01] :-)

MB: why cognitive up and compassion kindness not?

Ans: families busy; not caring for others

Sop: extremely imp work

don't know what goes on behind closed doors... xxx ... or something..... 13, 14, still going through trauma of something that happened earlier

I remember at three years old picking blackberries but distraught b/c I cdn't find the lid -- wanted to give something to her {his mother}

we are a leading edge

sorry hv to do my thing ... xxx; wrong one?

{then}

MOTION: the report dated May 5, from the Mgr of Cmnty Devt, Youth, and Families, be received for information.

Mayor: carries unanimously

and hearing about Cclr Sop's blackberry-picking

11. North Shore Children's Charter (File: 2635-01)

    RECOMMENDED: THAT

  1. The NSh Chn’s Charter be endorsed by Ccl as a framework for guiding decisions related to child- and family-friendly programming in WV; and that

  2. The endorsement be communicated to mbrs of the Early Yrs and Middle Years Planning Tables.

AM: xxx

2011 endorsed charter and this charter aligns with it

Children's Charter "right to play" -- in par over 300 chn a product of that

Arleta Beckett and [L Kent] wd be happy to answer any questions

MB: will there be an opp to mount a copy of the charter mounted?

AM: yes, Hall and elsewhere

CC: [re my kids] fear when putting them to bed, will tell me 'right to play'

how translate into meaningful?

Arleta: xxx these felt wd most resonate with chn

art projs; give chn a voice in their own way

these rights are part of our xxx in the cmnty ctr; early years and middle years tables

MOTION PASSED

12. Intersection at 21st Street and Queens Avenue (File: 1785-01) Information to be provided.

Mayor: information item; number of letters about this so put on agenda

RF: [9:10] at your request providing this oral

want to follow up on petition from public

Dist has invested consid resources re ......re traffic-calming, ..., curbs, sidewalks,...... Fulton

also provided some alternated pockets of parking

also provided cat's eyes for road alignment in the dark

interception capacity at 21st and Queens

had been looking at a roundabout soln; and has installed quite a few in the M

SLIDE of one adjacent to Gleneagles School

but space constraints and topography, designers just cd not come up with one safe at this locn

SLIDE from Google maps

at 21st, drops down; drop off in eastern direction as well

isn't enough room with grading or prop acquisition

public -- why not like further on down Fulton?

but it's quite small; circle not large enough to slow down enough we went and put these speedbumps

to do a proper roundabout having the grades or space

staff did traffic analysis -- four-way stop upgraded to lights during morning and aft periods

disconnect between staff and public -- lights don't nec mean no traffic-calming

May 7 half a dozen solutions raised re traffic-calming in addn to traffic signal

staff in process of evaluating suggestions, some not itemized in the summary

staff and consultant evaluating suggestions

walk through, incorp as many features as possible

roundabout to traffic signal -- can go through that analysis so residents can see how to signal

21st St Residents' Assn -- maybe a mtg in early July

Mayor: so no final decisions made?

RF: recomm between roundabout and signals, definitely sign being recommended, however traffic-calming can be introduced

Mayor: the existing four-way stop not going to remain

[9:17] RF: xxx; Rodgers subdiv and Chippendale

Sop: reduce speeds going up or down 21st?

RF: am

one -- if lights, really targeting am and pm peaks, rest of day continuous flashing so then like a four-way stop

Sop: Fulton and 15th need to do more than a four-way stop
RF: traffic sign warranted at this point

Sop: compatible with approaching cars like flashing at Inglewood

RF: a lot these days; there are lightboards -- above a certain speed it strobes; can incorp into the design

CC: seems to me present situation works fairly well

hear, seems to facilitate peak flows in shorter time

inconsistent with traffic-calming -- seems four-way stop does slow down

case for the need for this doesn't work for now

xxx no need to spend money or change it [9:22]

RF: not to get through more quickly, {instead} more effectively

more straight or right turn -- introduce clarity, separate turn right or straight

in aft a long queue going up, v difficult for ppl to leave their prop b/c of queue

{[9:23] gives other reasons}

CC: when you make these changes you change use

who?: build more hwys, more ppl drive; faster to get through route, more travel that way

in a sense up to staff

TP: are residents happy with this four-way stop?

RF: perception that a four-way stop wd slow the traffic, residents wd prefer to a traffic signal

but one benefit for signal is that residents cd get out more easily

four-way stop more calming, residents more comfortable with

Mayor: decision?

RF: not in 2014 Budget

but try to do some underground work this year, water mains; try to do first

if a traffic signal goes in not planned till following year, work with residents and in budget

Mayor: to be crystal clear, it has not been approved by Ccl

RF: not in 2014 budget

MB: any way to address these issues? southbound righthand lane

lane a possibility?

RF: safety audit done between ICBC

{[9:27] gives more info}

entire corridor down to Queens

benefit cd coordinate it with the off-ramp; to make more efficient; not right turns, behaviour of entire corridor

RECEIVED REPORT [9:28]

13. Coach House Implementation Bylaws (File: 1610-20-4771/4772) (On-Table)

PowerPoint presentation to be provided.

Mayor: first reading so we can go to a PH June 16?

SM: right

SLIDES -- been working on this for the past 18 mos; opp to move from examination to implementation

Recap the process [9:29]

no increase in density; ...; so we're at Phase three

Bylaws: rental coach houses

ownership coach houses in two categories; xxx and heritage listing

DP area

Key objectives: successful integration and reduce nbrhd impacts

SLIDE: Draft Zoning Regs -- not permitted sec stes or duplex

10% of lot area; xxx and no sep title

Ccl supported the idea of an annual review

over summer; report re # of applicns, public support, etc

shd we incentivize coach houses?

detached option

our approach conservative compared with Vancouver; will look at incentivize; streamline, xxx

might need to upgrade water services; worked with Engg where undersized mains, etc

assess viability of coach house

no restrictions re basements but that may be reviewed after the first round xxx [9:37]

{We still haven't plugged that loophole (esp on sloped lots) of not counting basements in FAR calculations -- take this opportunity to adjust in both -- PLEASE

It took some years to plug the loophole of balconies/decks not being counted a few years ago, not successful with basements. Now's the time to try again. It will not only reduce monster-house size but do the same for coach houses.}


we will be developing further

whether or not to delegate to staff

locn of dwelling; locn of sideyard, steep lots, so have revised guidelines re 1vi{?}

next steps

bylaws before Ccl tonight, if advances

will devp xxx over the summer

look at an effective date in October

Mayor: think you've been v patient with this process, been a long long process

Ccl, ask now or hear from public?

Sop: entire cmnty below the hwy?

SM: sec ste in virtually all sgl-fam homes


{yes; I've heard there are about 6-7000 sec stes in WV (lowest est I've heard is over 3K) and that it's rare for a new house to be built without a provision for same -- "mortgage-helper" given the price of homes in WV. As of June 4, staff said 913 suites had been registered. IMO, not satisfactory to check only when someone complains -- nbrs are loath to report, understandably. Using any other ways?}


this is a detached form, have used that; ability to detach what is already allowed

Sop: certainly enough to move it on to PH

we chatted; we, as elected officials, wdn't have much

wd consultant ? [9:40]

SM: will work with a design professional and for siting

Staff will help re costs, &&&; will be reporting back with proposed fees to cover costs

Sop: what if a nbr doesn't like proposal?

SM: depends at what stage; as early as possible

inform; concerns, issues, xxx whether delegated to staff ??? re Lower Caulfeild, ... xxx

Mayor: go to PH?

Sop: one more question

improvements re Assmt Auth has earmarks, increase in assessment

Mayor: that's BC Assmt's job

MB: re lodgers and B&Bs not permitted

these are rentals so what differentiates these two exclusions?

SM: xxx

MB: under Zoning Bylaw p4 Appendix B p2?

Sokol: think I can answer

definition of lodger and B&B -- for sec stes don't allow, so same, we don't

MB: not saying Coach house cdn't be a B&B???

Sokol: you cd not; to have a B&B separate zoning

MB: sep zoning for B&B

Sokol: lodgers defined; longer term rental of space, not permanent; ppl coming and going in nbrhd zoning is trying to avoid

ML: wd a foreign student living in a residence be considered a lodger? there are lots of those

Sokol: believe it wd be but if Ccl wd allow, I'll bring it back

Chris Poulter: my wife {S LaPorta} and I support but a couple of things in this doc

Cclr Sop had a question not fully answered -- wch areas below the hwy were excluded

to the best of my knowledge only RS6, Eagle Island, 34 props ...

we'e not against having a site-specific zoning, looked at fees -- application fee is $6K, other.....

don't understand why 34 residents on Eagle Island subject to these fees when rest of WV is not

a letter, mine, streamlined rezoning for {gives details}

cost minimal b/c most xxx

asking it be fair and everybody have the same cost

{ding}

have to stop?

Mayor: can delegate

C Poulter: I'll speak for my wife

Wife :-): just this one time!

C Poulter: xxx coach house, an inconsistency, shd be fair

Mayor: now or PH

Sokol: 34 prop owners -- relates to parking and is there enough

so b/c of that with sec stes, carried over did not allow

might be allowed by a suite-specific rezoning

more staff/cost; reports to Ccl, PH, etc so goes up and were trying to cover Dist's costs

covering &&&

during phase when trying to legalize existing stes; originally uptake was slower than expected

many existing -- suite or house owner-occupied -- felt ppl not coming forth b/c no one

existing sec stes so ppl wd come forward

no pre-existing coach houses

hv heard if both rented out wd change nbrhd


{indeed}


over time, maybe cd ..... removing xxx at

Mayor: motion passed?

C Poulter: last time

we said we already had three parking spaces

to go through it again if we already have to

Mayor: if build a coach for an elderly mother who doesn't drive

Need motion to go past 10 -- CARRIED

Mayor: Jake Fry

JF: owner of a company specializing in these smaller buildings and also promoting smaller housing options

needed housing type

look at NV and their experience

started as a rental; 75% of our units tend to be for extended family

heritage tool, effective

review processes have worked v well in Vancouver and NV

did a longitudinal study, 1.5, 3yr did a direct survey -- 375 then; parking was the initial concern, then dropped; after 10 - 12 mos ppl felt more positive

by the time house had been in yr to 13 months, 30% considered of putting one in themselves

1% housing stock

generally getting 5%

Heather Johnston: an architect; coach houses here and in Seattle as well

a lot of thought; annual review will help improve it

xxx support it

CC: before motion on the floor

Qs re Eagle Island and think the Mayor as hit the nail on the head

think change now b/c if at PH we have to hold another PH

3.1.2 make nec addns; such as Eagle Island; expedited process where parking concerns can be mitigated

no car or kept at Marina

no sense that process and all that staff time

ML: if there are some things we want to change now

don't want to wordsmith now -- 10 o'clock

another ccl mtg next Monday; bring 'em back

CC: xxx do in one step

and listen to Mr Mikicich's dulcet tones

Mayor: if we table this to next Monday, then enough time

CC: NO

Mayor: can changes to bylaw be made on 16th?

Sokol: changes not allowed at second reading

Mayor: third? no guess we can't do that

Sop: other ramifications; I want to hear from Mr M

SM: we'll take direction from Ccl but the approach we've taken is re sec stes

this is a detached form of sec ste

then raises the Q re RS6

Mayor: if someone has RS6 and [10:03]

SM: cannot vary density

{get this}

over summer we'd need to look at the rezoning process; costs

Sokol: one of the issues with the parking; Eagle Island cannot have a dedicated parking space on xxx

if lease from adjacent prop/nbr; new owner may not want to lease; wd have a coach house without a

Mayor: if you want the PH on the 16th have to pass this [now]

NG: can we look at this in the future?

all the residents of EagIe Island -- put it aside?

a year from now; wd like to hear from more ppl on Eagle Island; have to xxx

Sokol: xxx

THESE MOTIONS:

THAT opps for consultation on a proposed OCP amdmt, with persons, orgs, and authorities, as outlined in the report from the Mgr of Cmnty Planning dated May 12, 2014, LGA.

THAT proposed “OCP Bylaw No. 4360, 2004, Amendment Bylaw No. 4771, 2014Ł be read a first time.

THAT proposed “OCP Bylaw No. 4360, 2004, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4771, 2014Ł be read a first time.

THAT proposed “OCP Bylaw No. 4360, 2004, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4771, 2014Ł has been considered in conjunction with the Dist’s most recent financial plan and the regional waste mgmt plan.

THAT proposed “Zoning Bylaw No. 4662, 2012, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4772, 2014Ł be read a first time.

THAT proposed “OCP Bylaw ..., Amdmt Bylaw ...Ł and proposed ťZoning Bylaw ..., Amdmt Bylaw ... be presented at a Public Hearing scheduled for June 16 at 7pm in the Ccl Chamber, M Hall and that the MClk give statutory notice of the scheduled PH.

ALL CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY [10:08]

Mayor: Eagle Island will hear more about this as we move along

14. Proposed Waterworks Regulation Bylaw No. 4490, 2006, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4795, 2014 (Admin amdmt)

RECOMMENDED: be read a first, second, and third time -- CARRIED

BYLAWS

Bylaws are passed by a simple majority affirmative vote unless otherwise noted.

15. Proposed Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 4360, 2004, Amendment Bylaw No. 4783, 2014; and Proposed Zoning Bylaw No. 4662, 2010, Amendment Bylaw No. 4784, 2014 (Maison Seniors’ Living, 825 Taylor Way and 707 Keith Road) (File: 1610-20-4783/1610-20-4784)

Item withdrawn.

16. Proposed Zoning Bylaw No. 4662, 2010, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4788, 2014 for 870/876 Keith Rd (Parcel 3 Ev by Onni)

The proposed bylaw received first reading at the Apr 7 reg Ccl mtg, and was the subject of a PH held on May 26. If the PH has closed, Ccl is not permitted to receive any further submissions regarding the proposed bylaw, and may consider second and third reading of the proposed bylaw.

MOVED: be read a second time. ... be read a third time.

CARRIED; Sop opposed

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

17. Consent Agenda Items

The following Consent Agenda items may be considered for approval in one motion, or considered separately, or items may be excluded for debate.

RECOMMENDED: THAT the Consent Agenda items as follows be approved:

17.1 E-Comm Board of Directors Appointment for 2014/2015 (File: 2715-07)

CNV Mayor Darrell Mussatto to the Bd of Directors of E-Comm as the NSh designate for 2014/2015.

17.2 NSh Emergency Mgmt Ofc (NSEMO) Rpt re Integrated Partnership for Regional Emerg Mgmt (IPREM) Bulletin

THAT the report dated April 29, from the Director, NSh Emergency Mgmt Ofc be rec'd for info.

17.3 Presentations by the Srs’ Activity Ctr at the World Health Org and the American Society on Aging Conferences

THAT the report from the Cmnty Rec Mgr be received for information.

17.4 Notice of Motion regarding Options for Prelim Future Route for the Spirit Trail between 13th and 19th Streets Take notice that at the June 2 Ccl mtg, Cclr Cameron, with a seconder, will Move:

THAT Staff report back to Ccl by July 21, 2014 with multiple options for Ccl to select a prelim future route for the Spirit Trail between 13th and 19th Street, wch selection is to be confirmed only after approp public consultation.

17.5. Correspondence List (File: 0120-24) (click here to view correspondence packages)

(Personal information redacted pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act; sections 22 and 33 apply.)

RECOMMENDED: THAT the correspondence list be received for information.

> Council Correspondence Update to April 25, 2014 (up to 12:00 Noon)

Referred for Action

(1) April 22, 2014, regarding “Pétanque (bocce) lane in Ambleside ParkŁ

(Referred to Director of Parks and Community Services for consideration and response)

(2) April 23, 2014, regarding “Traffic calming on Keith and Clyde (1000/1100/1200 Keith &1200 Clyde)Ł

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(3) April 24, 2014, regarding Cutting and/or Removal of Trees on Private Properties

(Referred to Director of Parks and Community Services for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(4) Cmte and Bd Mtg Minutes: Design Review Cmte, Mar 13, 2014 {towers on White Spot spot; Staples House; Coach Houses}

(5) Petition with 145 signatures, April 8, regarding “Application for two towers on the former White Spot site at Park RoyalŁ

(6) April 13, 2014, regarding “Riverview landsŁ {thoughtful, positive suggestions}

(7) April 14, 2014, regarding Hollyburn Gardens ô 195 21st Street (Proposed Development Permit #14-006)

(8) April 17, 2014, regarding “A letter to the North Shore NewsŁ

(9) April 21, 2014, regarding “Fwd: Insurance companies know Wi-Fi is dangerous!Ł

(10) United Way Lower Mainland, April 22, 2014, regarding Grant Renewals for Seniors’ Organizations

(11) April 23, 2014, regarding “Yolo County, Ca. Went 150% Grid PositiveŁ

(12) North Shore Table Matters, April 24, 2014, regarding “Table Matters News: Food Charter up for Endorsement in WVŁ

(13) Undated, regarding “Why We Must All Oppose the Proposed Infill Rental Housing by Hollyburn PropertiesŁ (Hollyburn Gardens ô 195 21st Street, Proposed Devt Permit #14-006)

{Impressive: a thoroughly researched and documented report w/ facts re rental availability, reduction of views, etc}

> Council Correspondence Update to May 2, 2014 (up to 12:00 Noon)

Referred for Action

(1) April 21, 2014, regarding “Fire truck/suppliesŁ

(Referred to Chief Financial Officer for consideration and response)

(2) April 23, 2014, regarding Request for a Sidewalk from Dufferin Street to Whytecliffe Park on Marine Drive

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(3) April 26, 2014, regarding “Dufferin Avenue beach accessŁ

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(4) World Oceans Day Canada, April 26, 2014, regarding “World Oceans Day in CanadaŁ Proclamation Request

(Referred to Municipal Clerk for response)

(5) April 29, 2014, regarding “Traffic Calming Project on Keith Road and Clyde AvenueŁ

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(6) May 2, 2014, regarding “West Bay Park Vison [sic] PlanŁ

(Referred to Dir/Parks for consideration/response){Excellent background re park/trees NOT mentioned at ccl mtg}

(7) Undated, regarding West Bay Park Plan

(Referred to Dir/Parks for consideration and response){also great pts,as Cclr NG said, half in favour of keeping}

Received for Information

(8) April 20, 2014, regarding “Your office nearly killed some one, please see the video, with half a million views.Ł

(9) Petition with 78 signatures, undated, regarding “PROPOSED DEVT OF TWO RESIDENTIAL TOWERS ON THE WHITE SPOT SITEŁ {all names/sigs removed -- how can we tell if WV residents???}

(10) 2 submissions, dated April 29, 2014, regarding Proposed Renovation of West Bay Park

(11) MetroV, Apr 17, re Report on “Future of the Region Sustainability Dialogues: Great City-Making Demands InnovationŁ

(12) Putting Canada First, B.C. Region, April 26, re “CBC covers foreign language signage controversy in Richmond BCŁ

(13) Petition w/ 30 sigs, Apr 30, re “Enclosed petition to preserve 2 pine trees and Deodara tree on Dist prop adjacent to 1206 EsquimaltŁ

(14) May 1, 2014, regarding Heritage Cedar Trees on Mathers Avenue / Policy for trees on private property

(15) May 1, 2014, regarding “Variance sought for 3376-78 Radcliffe Ave, DWVŁ (Development Variance Permit #13-058)

Responses to Correspondence

(16) Senior Mgr of Community Services, April 28, 2014, response to Petition with 19 signatures, Annual Passes for Yoga

(17) Manager of Parks Operations, April 28, 2014, response regarding “TALE TALE OF TWO WATERFRONT ACCESS POINTS, 29TH & 31st. STREETS, ONE GONE AND ONE DANGEROUSŁ

(18) Mgr of Parks Operations, April 28, response regarding “Tennis CourtsŁ

(19) Transportation Engineer, April 28, 2014, response to NBT Filmworks, “dangerous intersectionŁ (15th and Inglewood)

(20) Dir/Engg, April 28, response regarding Request for a Sidewalk from Dufferin St to Whytecliffe Park on Marine Drive

(21) Dir/Engg, April 28, 2014, response regarding “LongboardersŁ

> Council Correspondence Update to May 9, 2014 (up to 12:00 Noon)

Referred for Action

(1) Social Planning & Research Ccl of BC (SPARC BC), May 1, re “Access Awareness Day - June 7, 2014Ł

(Referred to Municipal Clerk for response)

(2) 21st Street Area Residents Assn (2 petitions), dated May 3-4, re Intersection at Queens Avenue and 21st Street (Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(3) May 4, 2014, regarding “FYI-Copy sent of Complaint Letter to BC Ombudsperson Ms. Kim Carter/URGENT!Ł

(Referred to Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits for consideration and response)

(4) May 8, 2014, regarding “Fwd: Sunset Lane BC Rail LetterŁ

(Referred to Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits for consideration and response)

(5) May 5, 2014, regarding Consideration of Draft LNG Letter

(Referred to Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(6) Vancouver Coastal Health, undated, regarding “Input on the North Shore Food Charter Agenda Item April 28, 2014Ł (Previously received at April 28, 2014 Council meeting)

(7) May 5, 2014, regarding “LNG and Petroleum Port developmentŁ

(8) May 3, 2014, regarding “Council consideration of Coach House bylawsŁ

(9) Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM), Apr 30, re � Age-friendly Cmnty Projs & Planning (NSh Age-friendly Initiative)Ł

(10) PRIMECorp, April 30, 2014, regarding Oversight of the Provincial Police Records Management System, PRIME-BC

(11) Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, May 6, 2014, re “BC MoT Hwy 1 Nelson Crk Bridge Project Update #3Ł

(12) TELUS Corporation, May 6, 2014, regarding Expansion of Wireless Coverage

(13) (Petition), undated re “Why We Must All Oppose the Proposed Infill Rental Housing by Hollyburn PropsŁ {108 sigs}

(14) May 8, 2014, regarding “Tree issue commentaryŁ

(15) WV Track and Field Club, May 8, 2014, regarding “Spring Sprint ô Thursday May 15 (WV Track and Field Club)Ł

(16) Metro Vancouver, May 1, 2014, regarding “Metro Vancouver Board Strategic PlanŁ

(17) Hon. S. Anton, Min of Justice, {and Att-Gen/Canada [sic]}, May 2, re Prov-Wide Earthquake Preparedness Consultn

{have queried MHall b/c Anton is NOT the Attorney General of Canada, Madeleine Meilleur is}

(18) May 8, 2014, regarding “Biofuels -- the śnot so Green’ alternative energy sourceŁ

(19) Hon. L. Raitt, Minister of Transport, May 1, 2014, regarding Canada Post Five-Point Action Plan

(20) MetroV, April 29, 2014, regarding “Industrial Land Re-Development and Intensification ô Constraints and SolutionsŁ

Responses to Correspondence

(21) Manager of Community Planning, May 2, 2014, response regarding “Coach House inputŁ

(22) Cmnty Planner, May 1, response re Bowen Island Municipality, M-Initiated Amdmts to the Bowen Island OCP Bylaw and the Bowen Island Land Use Bylaw

(23) Senior Manager of Parks, May 7, 2014, response regarding West Bay Park Plan

(24) Director of Engineering and Transportation, May 7, 2014, response regarding “Dufferin Avenue beach accessŁ

(25) Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, April 25, 2014, response regarding “Double MailingŁ

> Council Correspondence Update to May 13, 2014 (up to 4:30 p.m.)

Referred for Action

(1) May 9, 2014, regarding “Significant Delays in West Vancouver Building Permit Application ProcessŁ

(Referred to Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits for consideration and response)

(2) May 10, 2014, regarding “Computation of quarterly sewer fees ô variable portionŁ

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(3) Emergency Management BC, May 8, 2014, regarding “Earthquake Preparedness ConsultationŁ

(4) 2 submissions, May 10 and May 12, 2014, regarding “Fwd: Community Electricity Lights Up Spain ~ IPSŁ

(5) 3 submissions, May 10, 2014, regarding “Re: Part 1- Report on the U.S. G. and B. Moore Foundation’s multi-million influence peddling scheme designed to corrupt the PNCIMA Initiative and turn the First Nation and the Canadian public against the Canadian resources industry including oil sands ...Ł;

“Part 2-Tabulation of G. and B. Moore Fdn GrantsŁ; and “Re:Part 3 ô G. and B. Moore Foundation Grant ListŁ

(6) 2 submissions, May 10, re “Re: Part 1 - Report on Oak Fdn multi-million dollar financing of the Cdn ENGO’s propaganda designed to turn the Cdn politicians and the public’s opinion against oil sands and pipelines.Ł; and “Re: Part 2- List of Oak Foundation GrantsŁ

Responses to Correspondence

(7) Acting Senior Manager of Parks, May 9, 2014, response regarding “West Bay Park Vison [sic] PlanŁ

(8) Manager of Parks Operations, May 9, 2014, response regarding “Pétanque (bocce) lane in Ambleside ParkŁ

(9) Dir/Planning, May 12, response regarding “FW: Upper Lands Working Group Process-REVISED with PermissionŁ

(10) Dir/Planning, May 12, response re “Criticism of materials & questionnaire published by Upper Lands WGŁ.

18. OTHER ITEMS

18.1. May 19, 2014, regarding “Re: Fire truck/suppliesŁ

(Referred to Chief Financial Officer for consideration and response) (On-Table)

18.2 May 9, 2014, regarding “Significant Delays in West Vancouver Building Permit Application ProcessŁ

(Referred to Director of Planning, Land Development and Permit for consideration and response) (On-Table)

Mayor: just referred to staff so:

19. Public Questions/Comments -- none 20. Adjournment

=== CCL MTG AGENDAs June 2 ===


=== SPECIAL CCL MTG AGENDA June 2 ===

Note: At 6pm the sp Ccl mtg will commence in open session in the MFCR and will be immed followed by a motion to exclude the public in order to hold a closed session, pursuant to section 90 of Cmnty Charter. At 7pm the reg Ccl mtg will commence in the Ccl Chamber.

6:00PM

1. Call to Order.

EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC

2. RECOMMENDED: THAT in the public interest, mbrs of the public be excluded ... under the following...:

90. (1) A part of a council meeting may be closed if ... relates to or is one or more of the following:

(a) personal information about an identifiable individual who holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee or agent of the municipality or another position appointed by the municipality;

Purpose of meeting: board and cmte mbrship matters.

3. ADJOURNMENT (of open session)


=== REGULAR CCL MTG AGENDA June 2 ===

7:00 PM

1. Call to Order.

2. Approval of June 2, 2014 Regular Council Meeting Agenda

3. Adoption of Council Meeting Minutes -- No items.

DELEGATIONS

4. WV Arts Centre Trust, re Kay Meek Ctr Update -- RECOMMENDED: be rec'd for info, with thanks.

REPORTS

5. Reports from Mayor and Councillors on Boards, Committees, and Working Groups

6. Upper Lands Study Review Working Group śProgress Report’

RECOMMENDED: THAT the Report dated May 14 attached as Appendix śA’ to the report from the Sr Cmnty Planner, dated May 14, be received for information.

7. Recomm of Optimal Boundary for Park Dedication Bylaw for land surrounding Whyte Lake & Whyte Lake Trail

RECOMMENDED: THAT

  1. The optimal boundary for a park dedication bylaw for the land surrounding Whyte Lake and Whyte Lake Trail identified in Appendix A to the report dated May 12, as Areas 1 and 2, be approved; and

  2. The area identified in Appendix A to the report dated May 12, 2014, as the Larson Creek Wetlands, be considered for future park dedication, subject to further public consultation; and that

  3. Staff prepare a proposed Park Dedication Bylaw for Areas 1 + 2, to be known as Whyte Lake Park.

8. Notice of Motion re Options for Prelim Future Route for the Spirit Trail between 13th & 19th Streets

Information to be provided.

BYLAWS

9. Proposed Zoning Bylaw No. 4662, 2010, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4788, 2014 and Proposed Devt Permit No. 13- 018 for 870 and 876 Keith Road (Parcel 3 of Evelyn by Onni) (File: 1610-20-4788/1010-20-13-018)

The proposed bylaw rec'd first reading at the April 7 reg Ccl mtg, and is the subject of a PH scheduled for May 26. If the PH is closed, and the proposed bylaw receives second and third reading at the meeting, it may be considered for adoption on June 2. If the PH is closed on May 26, Ccl is not permitted to receive any further submissions regarding the proposed bylaw.

RECOMMENDED: THAT the proposed “Zoning ... Amendment BylawŁ be adopted.

RECOMMENDED: proposed DP for the construction of a 23-unit cluster-house bldg be approved.

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

10. Consent Agenda Items

The following Consent Agenda items may be considered for approval in one motion, or considered separately, or items may be excluded for debate.

10.1. Appointments to Community Grants Committee (File: 0116-20-CGC1) Info to be provided.


10.2. Correspondence List (File: 0120-24) (click here to view correspondence packages)

RECOMMENDED: THAT the correspondence list be received for information.


> Council Correspondence Update to May 16, 2014 (up to 12:00 Noon)

Referred for Action

(1) May 10, 2014, regarding South Piccadilly Road

    (Referred to Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits for consideration and response)

(2) May 13, 2014, regarding “Keith and ClydeŁ

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(3) Vancouver Coastal Health, May 15, re “Recommendation to include e-cigarettes in the definition of śsmoke’ and śsmokingÖ in M smoking bylaws and to restrict sales to biz with a tobacco [licence]Ł

(Referred to Chief Administrative Officer for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(4) Committee and Board Meeting Minutes ô Board of Variance ô January 15 and April 16, 2014

(5) City of Richmond, May 5, 2014, regarding “Proposed Railway-Roadway Grade Crossings RegulationsŁ

(6) Ministry of Justice, May 7, 2014, regarding Province-wide Earthquake Preparedness Consultation

(7) May 13, re “The same effect wd happen here (as ... happened w/ NAFTA), but at all levels of govtŁ

(Trans-Pacific Partnership)

(8) BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA), May 14, re “BC SPCA’s Salud: A Toast to the Animals ô May 25, 2014 ô WV Cmnty CtrŁ

(9) New Democrat Official Opposition, May 15, 2014, regarding First Responder Financial Assistance

Responses to Correspondence

(10) Dir/Planning, May 5, response re “Evelyn by Onni ô Current Photo Of View from Lions Gate Bridge, Tree Protection and Orientation of Cluster Homes from Master PlanŁ

(Referred to May 26, 2014 Public Hearing)

(11) Dir/Engg, May 15, 2014, response regarding “Computation of quarterly sewer fees ô variable portionŁ


> Council Correspondence Update to May 20, 2014 (up to 4:30 p.m.)

Referred for Action

(1) May 19, 2014, regarding “Re: Fire truck/suppliesŁ

(Referred to Chief Financial Officer for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(2) B.C. Fedn of Labour and Shipyard General Workers’ Fedn of BC, May 8, re “Commitment to BC Shipbuilding IndustryŁ

(3) Metro Vancouver, May 12, 2014, regarding “Clean Wood Disposal Ban at Regional Disposal FacilitiesŁ

(4) May 12, re Proposed DP ... Zoning ..., Amdmt Bylaw (Parcel 3, Evelyn by Onni, 870 and 876 Keith Rd)

(Referred to May 26, 2014 Public Hearing)

(5) E-Comm 9-1-1, May 15, 2014, regarding “Next Generation Radio ProgramŁ

Responses to Correspondence

(6) Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits, May 12, 2014, response regarding “Upper LandsŁ.

12. Public Questions/Comments 13. Adjournment


=== CCL MTG NOTEs June 2 ===

For On-Table Items Please See Items 8, 9, 9.1, and 10.1

7:00 PM

1. Call to Order.

Mayor: Okay, wd everybody take their seats; like to start right at 7 o'clock; beautiful evening we'd all like to get out of here while it's daylight; we want to start right on time

and Mr Tutsch, pls take a seat, that wd help

2. Approval of Meeting Agenda

Mayor: okay, approval of the agenda

{Cclr Cameron comes in}

NG: adding to Item 9, a recomm re the Ev Dr Master Plan & the Master Devt Agrmt (Parcel 3 of Evelyn/Onni)

3. Adoption of Minutes -- No items.

DELEGATIONS

4. West Vancouver Arts Centre Trust, regarding Kay Meek Centre Update

Paul Tutsch: and you're right we do biz as the Kay Meek Ctr

reported to you last fall; update; come back in January

First, introduce some staff and board mbrs here.....{names and pointed at those in gallery}

will pass to Jeanne LeSage, our new Exec Dir, and then to Claude Giroux, part-time artistic director

SLIDE of Vision and Mission

JL: thank you for the opp

SLIDES: presenting and producing; Youth Initiatives; Artistic Co-Producers and Partners

SLIDE of Revenue Breakdown: Tix; Sponsors and Funders; Municipal collaboration; Sch Bd, School

[~12:58 Item 4 of video:]

Leadership Gift of $1M (over ten years) [from Grosv]: the mainstage theatre will now be called The Grosvenor Theatre

Nov 6 marks 20th anniversary of first public performance at KMC; Kay Meek Week

[13:39] SLIDE of organizational priorities

Rick Mercer Fundraising Gala Friday June 6

List of Directors, Admin staff; have over 100 volunteers

PT: Sch Bd reps in gallery. Any questions?

Sop: thx, job well done. Other theatres opening, xxx, long-range plans, xxx -- how do you see the future going?

JLeS: can look at new as competition in arts and culture or expanding audiences, theatre rather than looking at NetFlix, their iPad, or longboarding (here). See what they like.

PT: as long as we keep our dynamism and learn what ppl like, what their appetites are

and as long as we have partners, like the M, and outstanding partners like Grosvenor Americas, ... we'll be fine

MB: Congratulations on the Grosvenor Endowment; what opps do you see you cdn't before?

PT: financial stability for one; see others struggling

When Kay Meek gave her money, she set $1M for youth so good chunk to fulfil her wishes and her dreams

there'll be a variety of uses

MB: what's the must-see for the fall? I've already got my tix for Friday

JLeS: {many, and a couple really excited about} but sneak preview: The Goodnight Bird with Centaur Theatre (with Nicola Cavendish) -- first here, building and co-producing, and then transferring to Montreal -- with Roy Surette (director); something Claude had been working on. That's going to be in January. Secret -- something Oct 1st is going to be terrific -- you'll have to wait to hear about.

{Motion to receive}

Mayor: before you leave, good working together with M and with Sch Dist good story, much value to the cmnty

Thank you; look forward

PT: as do we...

REPORTS

5. Reports from Mayor and Councillors on Boards, Committees, and Working Groups

Mayor: who wants to start?

MB: first thing, the "Secrets" forum last week; fantastic turnout; feature speaker a bit of a rockstar in {his field}...

amazing video by a student on mental illness; issues: awareness and access; Workplan for Youth Services

promised to announce Filipino Days Festival June 14/15 in NV Waterfront Park

Mayor: Last Wednesday I had the pleasure to attend the WV United Church's Seniors' Luncheon; interesting there were 42 seniors there over 90;


{I'd heard in total 150 for lunch!}


great lunch, great company; amazing what good shape they were in

Said I hoped to get there one day and the lady sitting next to me suggested I might like to take off a few pounds

{[7:27] to some laughter}

ML, sitting at the podium to show slides: Normally, reports a bit retrospective, xxx;

Last Friday and Saturday I attended an event called the World Taxpayers' Conference in Vancouver; 200+ delegates from all around the world

one presentation by the C D Howe Institute I thought was really [relevant?], so I took the liberty of selecting some slides

the coming demographic of glacier

SLIDES breakdown, over 65; and xx to 24; workforce popn growth

half a per cent

GDP, srs' benefits, education (flat at 6%), terrific growth in health costs b/c of ageing popn

v limited growth of revenue base; v scary

SLIDE of chart -- see bottom 358.l3 [check?] in health care -- trillions unfunded in health care

unfunded liabilities; these costs increasing in trillions; shd we start to re-fund some of these?

major impact on our democracy

brought home to me talking around Ccl .... transit, all the same taxpayer


{btw, fyi, a couple of weeks ago someone on the radio was commenting that young ppl used to be ~37% of our popn -- and srs about 25%? -- now, or soon, the young (18 - 24) are/will be only 13%. With pensions and health care, taxes will skyrocket. What to do?}


Mayor: comfort that our fed govt is increasing [the number of] our MPs by 30

{chuckles}

NG: how am I going to make the mood a little lighter?

last week was bike week; your staff and Ccl are working hard to reduce GHG

we came second on the NSh to CNV -- diff between 500 and 1000 employees

cycled 2820km (here to WPG) and saved XX KG [7:34]

Andrew Banks cycled 132km to work {named others}, names end with B

{she means start!}

Sop: I went 20 blocks on an electric bike

{laughter} [7:35]

6. Upper Lands Study Review Working Group śProgress Report’

Mayor: interim report

Sokol: Since Nov 2013

{no, 2012!}

working diligently meeting twice a month

introduce David Hawkins, started in March; helping Andy and Cclr Panz

TP: xxx complex but exciting; call your names, pls stand up

{did}

Andy K: last time my other co-chair

SLIDES David will go through

DH: primary staff liaison; have around 1000 slides, intro then Andy

SLIDES; TofRef

6000 acres, north of est'd nbrhds up to park

broader phase [7:41]

consultation; what shd guide

final phase, planning; the six key directions WG is proposing

initial building blocks, basis for future recomms

Series of seven maps; rec features, trails; 15 stewardship grps having input

around 40 to event with cabin owners

80

around 200, largest engagement of that tool

{nope -- misleading}

Andy K: xxx

SLIDE "What We've Heard" highlights

real attachment to the Upper Lands

&&&

desire to protect features; high rec use but even those

recogn private owners' rights


{That's been said on a few occasions, and may be misinterpreted. The largest landowner as we know BPP, but they don't have the right to do whatever they want. Just as DWV decides zoning below 1200ft, so it does above. They can only do what the cmnty agrees they can do.)


things happen, they just happen; as in cabins, loyalty

loyalty to the number 1200 for a lot of ppl; become iconic to desire to [keep]

will have more to say about that

there will be some new nbrhds in this area; make it more inclusive and sustainable [7:46]

{maybe!}

try to agree where we're going to take it

recreate vision of 2011 and eventually landed on three core values all of our cmnty can agree and embrace

all devt and fdn &&&

envmtal features -- immense xxx beauty; xxx

certain kind of nbrhd model -- if we're going to see has to be one that works with envmt


{ah, yes. When split up into grps at a WG mtg I asked if the characteristics they were describing applied to above or below 1200ft. They didn't answer, saying didn't apply.}


we've given it a shot

1 - in order to protect -- maintain &&&

forego any variation in 1200

2 - protect &&&

be consistent with what we heard

under recreation, two directions: regulate rec uses; balance with cmnty's envtal values

recommend we're going to do that

3 - identify land privately owned; possible acquisition; xxx

Nbrhd: any cluster devt around Cypress Village, attempt to minimize of devt; optimize.... strong... connection to other WV.... shops services; diff ages and incomes

six key directions

{will see if I can get this slide or the memo and put in WVM}

what are the implications?

hear from cmnty

how

proposed next steps -- will be at Cmnty Day with our own booth

[with] Invasive Species no longer -- they invaded our space last year!

we need further info before making any decisions

re cabins, we've scheduled a mtg June 25, cabins {Assn} invited

announcing in Sept/Oct

Phase Two engagement following; we have a webpage, in advance cmnty will be notified

hope to come to final, back to Ccl spring of 2015

we'll need to request our term be extended until that time

MB: a lot of work gone into this, consultation with cmnty, in report

hv the advantage and disadvantage not being familiar with UL

first, p17, idea of identifying private lands -- can you be specific or premature?

examples of what you're thinking? opp? see it's a key direction

Andy K: a large landowner, BPP, and they have landowner rights

rec, envmtal,


{Note the repeated emphasis on BPP's/private owner's rights???}


DH: various rec assets; form of ownership or ROW

Rodgers Crk mtn bike est'd

MB: huge and imp to cmnty

have you done any engagement with the youth? this is their future; they use these lands

not a v creative and informed aproach

AK: saw a number of youth in consultation phase, mtn bike, xxx

Phase B &&&

Sop: I don't think density transfer is a good idea

My premise is no land devpr shd hv rights that affect sensitive areas

see that in next report?

think there's gotta be a better way; partners, have to work in hand with them

spent a lot of time up there with many groups

sought-after, world renowned

1200 below

{GET THIS? [7:58] }

is this one of your maps? can hardly read

red line for 1200 and for TransCanada Trail

what Regional Growth Strategy where we shd go xxx; we have a two-year window

Sokol: RGS two and a half yrs ago, our UL was designated as a special area

we wanted to work out what we wanted so we got {extension?}

mtg June 6 Draft xxx Strategy

we need more time

RGS said all M-owned land were designated rec and conservation

all .... [8:01]

ULWG urban make sense

Sop: we have a sgl landowner from 1200 to 2000ft?

Sokol: more owners, District, and primary is BPP

above 1200 restrictions: limited use and rec

Sop: 2600 ha owns

park dedication wonderful thing to see after 18 yrs on Ccl

are we going to see any devt above the 1200ft?

Mayor: you just heard no devt above the 1200ft

Sop: I heard it; I want to hear it again

AK: consistent heard over and over; maintain no above and equally no variation

&&&

Sop: that's wonderful news

Mayor: comf now?

Sop: what are you going to tell Metro? tell them mind their own biz

Mayor: going to find out June 6

Sop: you talk about xxx but no example except trails

AK: mtn biking, there are others

Mayor: blackberries, for example

{:-)}

Sop: thank you, going in right direction

NG: I too wd like to thank ev in the WG, diligence maybe for another year

really happy to see restriction to 1200; foregoing further devt above 1200ft

rec plan, I support

now to nbrhd model -- last night so maybe a bit tired

when I first read it, thought may be the model for all in the Upper Lands

now, cluster all devt around Cypress Village? is that the interpretation

{exactly my concern, Nora.}


AK: saying in effect YES.

under 1200ft devt be guided by xxx and mix of uses [8:07]

NG: but this is related -- no, 3 says a sort of nbrhd model

{Yup, as I said -- got an equivocal answer}


AK: only one in our sights

NG: maybe just me, make it a bit more clear for the public

this is the only nbrhd we're modelling; wasn't v clear to me; maps helpful

{on purpose?}


anyone have a comment what's happened in the past happened

nothing in nature is a straight line; the way the land has been chopped up and divided, goes against nature

as the grp moves forward we look at ways to get out of cut and slice

crazy, more convenient lots cut out wd what?

need to get Bill Chapman some new equipment to make curvy

ML: are you suggesting only nbrhd wd be in the worksyard

look at Map 4, little PU area; then we have all this land west

Sokol: these are the key directions; will be addl policies; try to cluster around the WorksYard; will get refined

ML: concerned we're precluding what by BPP or whoever; just by worksyard not entirely accurate

how did you come to the conclusion made no sense to trade above for below 1200 prop

AK: diff political consideration, large P

we are a cmnty, we are a WG that reflects the cmnty; interact

became clear to us, going to make recomm truly had to make a distinction above and below the 1200

{finally!}

cmnty that knows in the future will have to be some where no devt, may have to be

1200 important to protect

focus on Cypress V

can't put a giant fence

1200 came back to us all the time

{at last admitted!}

ML: heard there may be exceptions

AK: go to cmnty but at this point no exceptions

Sokol: and that may be one of the things to get from public

limited use and recreation; continue having nbrhds but may be further definitions of

don't think they're recommending ev above 1200ft be a park

what constitutes limited use and rec

ML: not suggesting houses but what; be v clear

AK: agree; for devt for many means houses

what kind of devt will you live with; rec possibilities, wd also hv to be negotiated

Mayor: remind public sign to speak; haven't anyone

Andy, finished? think

Edward von Dane (sp?): resident and also a cabin owner

one thing apparent -- did have a deficit in addressing the cabin owners

so they're fixing that; in two weeks, great

never been discussed, cabin uses for my whole life is recreational, we don't live here

Mayor: those cabins have bn there a long time

TP: [Cmnty Day booth] thrilled don't have to share space with Invasive; maps

thank all mbrs of Ccl for input

stepping out again ...high level principles

Cclr Sop: you're always talking about the long view

move motion; add extend the term

Mayor: you don't mind?

CC: as Cclr Panz has so eloquently ... driven by the public

more onerous than when started; laudable and all take seriously

ultimately decision of what to implement is Ccl's; ignore public at their peril

thank mbrs of cmnty for their feedback

not poss? if not citizens who haven't come out to mtgs, etc

quality of the WG's recomm rest on commitment of ppl in cmnty making their voices heard

MOTION: Report dated May 14 att'd as App śA’ to the report from the Sr Cmnty Planner, rec'd for info.

[8:22]

7. Recommendation of Optimal Boundary for a Park Dedication Bylaw for the land surrounding Whyte Lake and Whyte Lake Trail

Mayor: this is exciting as Cclr Sop said

Cclr Panz's efforts before on Ccl but through PMP etc; something that's going to stand WV in good stead

MetroV is going to have another 1M ppl by 2040 {CHECK #}

will look for opps; this item everyone will be proud of and WV in particular

Cclr Panz needs recogn for special effort put on this

{applause, some standing!}

{Endangered frog too, in costume}

TP: thank you for those comments; takes all of us; all of us for this to happen

Mayor: public after intro

AM: tonight is a result continuous effort of many years

2012 Parks Master Plan [PMP] recomm to protect; culmination of considerable efforts

Andrew and Corinne will do {make} a brief presentation

Andrew Banks: one of the most beautiful areas -- Whyte Lake and Whyte Lake Trail area

SLIDES

Areas 1 and 2

protection of the envmt -- hi ecological areas; wetlands, creeks, and the lake

protect, restore, and xxx [8:27]; protection of envmtal features

uphold the vision of the PMP and values of ULWG

Rec Values: PMP notes hi rec and envmtal values

trail in need of protection; rec values in a blended manner

What park to Cypress Park [8:28 continuous]

4 Areas 1 and 2, ease for dedication; M-owned lands

bylaw by Cmnty Charter; dedic wd fulfil as minimum

most of the water feeding? in protected

5 potential for carbon credits, in offset process; cd benefit Dist

2 &&&

extensive consultation with cmnty, wide support

engagement through westvancouverITE indicates wide support as park

addl land as park in Upper Lands support

ULWG review as to wch addns

2012 PMP process, ULWG, further consultation, areas 1 and 2 the ultimate option?

if approved, staff to draw bylaws re boundary for the park

Mayor: have you a slide showing the size of the park,

Areas 1 and 2

AB: 120ha; Lighthouse Pk is 75; Old Growth ha [8:32]

ML: see Sea-to-Sky is that a tunnel?

AB: no it's xxx

ML: how wide is that xxxx

AB: can't

120ha, cpl of hundred metres

ML: but quite close to the lake; future acq as buffer?

terrific, thank you for your good work

Sop: former Mayor Pam G-J is in the audience and she wd hv liked that to be the tunnel line

look at ... any opp after tonight bits and pieces dedicated? from a watershed perspective

great thing

after 18 yrs, did waterfront and can't pull it out

marvellous thing for ppl who live out there

in the context of what we see here, the yellow, owners of that, I'd be flexible if any of that yellow be turned into park, Mr Sokol

Sokol: not sure -- is that a rhetorical question?

{laughter}

think that's part of the mandate of the ULWG

recogn in this area there are privately held lands; if sensitive areas on private lands, what &&&

what if not technically sensitive but wd like to see

that's where transfer of density &&&

ULWG talking about transferring to Cypress V

Sop: to watershed; they're going to have to give us that land; has to be a tradeoff

BPP, they're going to have to give it to us and not expect anything back

[applause]

{hm}

Mayor: okay!

NG: nice slides, was looking for the one of Cclr Panz in the buff

this is great but reiterate my concern with the straight line; already in conflict

look at maps, look at envmtally sensitive, doesn't support making a park of Area 1, more of area east

as a person quoted in the report said, imp not the final boundaries

know ULWG will xxx

be working on this more

structured on an eco basis; not happy with straight line

why is the northern tip xxx?

xxxcove area 2 hasn't been included

AB: PMP specifically spoke to Whyte Land and Trail; in discussions, water into Whyte Lake Area 2; Area 1 not in discussion, cd be included

NG: wd like to see in future, this is the first step, corridor from Larson to Area 1, under 1200ft mark park; my POV

Mayor: hear from public

David Cook: reside in NV, Dir of Vanc Natural History Society, Nature Van, and Dir OGCS

Nature history field trips, dear to their heart
give support

importance of connectivity; wildlife corridors, hwys, help maintain health, genetic mixing, xxx

Bruce McArthur (was dressed as frog): pleased; hope envtal study; bring another biologist

one we had before noted red-legged frogs, essential we have someone there who can watch and record

Mayor: you'll see the frog gets safely across the hwy

Bruce: &&& critters

Liz Byrd: actually here on behalf of my nbr, Sue Rowan, and have a note

greennutter Eagleridge Bluffs 2006; congrats

hidden gems, public not even aware of in 2006

expansion set me on a course, this area and all.....

Nelson Crk Park to Whyte Lake; raised the bar

dear in our heart far greater value than devt

'optimal' boundaries -- give impression not only need but also been mindful interconnected

into future

straight lines I see Areas 1 and 2 indicate not been ground-truthed

spend time to xxx watersheds

what makes most sense on the ground, not just &&&

ensure xxx and all protected

notes of my own: new director of WRA; xxx to HBay

takes four hours in Toronto to go to wilderness, here ten to 20 min!

glorious to sit here and know you'll soon pass this and make av to everybody

[applause]

Pam Goldsmith-Jones: ten years ago, in 2004 Ron Wood stood up

xxx Liz Byrd was arrested

negotiations took years and we ended up getting twice

Parks WG, xxxx and xxxx

expression of our highest values; waking up and realizing xxx

when you named

and hundreds of citizen engagement

truly one of WV's proudest moments

thank you; owe you a debt of gratitude

Mayor: and you were a tower of strength

six years; empowering &&&

thank you for your leadership

[applause]

Woman: thank you for endorsing &&& [8:52]

my family worked; lost that one, can't win them all

brought my daughter to see; brought this poem she wrote eight years ago

SLIDE of poem

eight years ago yesterday that the first of the old-growth arbutus trees were cut down

thank all and esp Trish Panz for getting this

[applause]

Paul Hundal: 20 yrs ago I wrote my first letter to Ccl

residents will praise you; the area is drinking supply area Larson

that's why never sold to BPP &&&

that watershed was decommissioned some years ago so why &&&

whole area

understand why boundaries tonight; b/c Whyte Lake area but when looking at watershed area

[what you] do in one part affects another

context map put up so can see and understand

{pointing:} western watershed edge this boundary, so protection on western edge

area est above 1200ft will be protected; this area shd be looked at as being added on

tonight is Whyte Lake night but consider [later]

Nelson Crk wetlands

add to motion?

so this cd be considered -- straight line doesn't make sense in terms of watershed

TP made motion: THAT

  1. The optimal boundary for a park dedication bylaw for the land surrounding Whyte Lake and Whyte Lake Trail identified in Appendix A to the report dated May 12, 2014, as Areas 1 and 2, be approved; and

  2. The area identified in Appendix A to the report dated May 12, 2014, as the Larson Creek Wetlands, be considered for future park dedication, subject to further public consultation; and that

  3. Staff prepare proposed Park Dedication Bylaw for Areas 1 & 2, to be known as Whyte Lake Pk.

am adding a fourth part

Mayor: one motion

TP: speak again, promise under five minutes

Coalition to save Eagleridge Bluffs, raised recog of value [9pm]; never lost sight of bigger picture

most weren't aware wasn't a park

this moment, reflection of quality of what this cmnty values

highlight the value we have as a cmnty to lead re carbon credits

help us realize commitment we made last term of carbon neutrality when we signed on

this, cmnty can be equally ... value proud???

This is a special moment for me tonight; doesn't happen without a lot of ppl pulling together

thank ev mbr of Ccl

I think the cmnty spoke v clearly

this is setting a standard when we look

this ccl and future ccls will see the legacy of

do the best we can for this generation and future

thank you for your kind comments and &&& [9:03]

Sop: thank all

knew something was going on in HBay

TP: forgot -- this is the largest park dedication in WV --156ha if we include the Nelson Canyon Park today; real milestone

Mayor: a real tribute to citizens and our staff

{CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO APPLAUSE}

[9:04]

8. Notice of Motion re Options for Prelim Future Route for the Spirit Trail between 13th & 19th Streets

Information to be provided.

CC: brought to clarify

Tsleil-Waututh, etc; strong effort to come to fruition; Sq and CNV

unfortunately in WV haven't made as much progress; need to move it westward

serves a number of our policy goals; livening

changes to foot of 14th; restaurant at Argyle and 15th

not properly designed without knowing how Spirit Trail fits in

Staff left without Ccl direction on this; looking for staff to come back with three options

not along tracks or waterfront; area south of the tracks

all traffic prevented from going along Argyle and xxx along Argyle

another option, resembled interim soln, making parking ANGLE??

leave Argyle and immed S

implementation wd hv to wait until Dist acq; traffic between 14 and 15th

do we don't preclose? options

Staff report back by July 14/15; selection confirmed after public consultation; Ccl two solns to public

NG: to add, for me, really the only issue is parking

wanna do this but clear in debate in Oct

show us an option with no parking, some parking (Oct), or with the status quo; only issue is parking

take those out to public consultation

Sop: no denying from early inception of WG, trail right through to Deep Cove; Sq did the first bit by Mosquito Crk

did our first part to 13th; went out west xxx

recomms to Ccl, one of the best areas for consultation as to how when we met with roadblocks going through nbrhds

no prob looking at the future; we have many things to xxx

have to purchase some homes; haven't made a decision wrt Sailing Club and boat ramp

Parking is the issue, Grosv construction, haven't big field for parking, it's gone to sports

however

work done 16 to 19th, no automobiles

see how that wd be treated

ROUTE

that's the area I wd consider

all wd love to see that trail close to the rlwy tracks

if not right away, time to step back and see all the functions we want on the waterfront finished

ML: do all agree there'll be a Spirit Trail and along Argyle

as with Sop, not sure this is the time to make changes

in light of fact will be along Argyle, what point to get staff to do? approp use of staff time?

had this discussion once already

where access not required --??? not going to do too much

with Amb Biz cmnty -- construction in 1300blk and elsewhere

focus my energy, wd think of 16/17th or Dundarave area

HBay to Cap? on a bike

not even suggestion can ..... some other assisted technology

don't know what in absence of rlwy pulling out -- how get to 25 to 29?

we have a TransCanada Trail

at this point going back revisiting and in the end not doing anything, not likely to do anything until construction over

don't see what we're going to accomplish; already gone through the exercise

remainder of this year

MB: to address Cclr Lewis's plan

when staff put interim plan it was imminent

what Cclr Cam is getting at is where it's going so we can plan the other initiatives

remember reading the SpTrail reports, the word that stuck out was URGENT; broad cmnty support

frankly a little embarrassing WV not made much progress

[NV] City not letting barriers getting in their way

with the urgency we've got to make a plan

v few unknowns; all we're doing is putting it off

we know we're going to buy those props on the waterfront, going to put a restaurant &&&

and we even know parking; just we're reluctant to bite the bullet

great headway out in the west, in four zones

some issues around access and mobility -- staff shd consider that

multi-user path; building in opps for access

without having everyone in their cars; hv to look at that creatively

identifying the route then working around it

TP: staff worked hard for that interim

was the issue of parking; opp for parking to be minimal; unf did not go fwd

struggling with whether to support or not

clear that trail will go along Argyle; hoping staff wd be integrating that piece

we might not be as good as CNV on this issue, but they haven't..... park

don't think cmnty has wavered

Spirit Trail along Argyle I'm good with that


{What wd you be bad with?}


between 16 and 19 for cyclists, bit of a focus

might just confuse public more with three alternatives

app

Mayor: worth noting working out well

days I don't go to the gym walk -- 13th to 19th -- walkers joggers, l....

does work well

factors

have to acquire those three props

is M going to acq a site for parking so don't need a parking lot?

we all know Spirit Trail won't go all the way along

sure it will be a designated route but so many factors before we determine where route will go

need b/c of Grosv and will need when new restaurant goes in

need access to Music Box and Silk Purse

I support the intent of Cclr Cam but if we pass the motion -- going to take a lot of staff time

see cyclists

I live in Dundarave

come out 25th, road pretty wide to West Bay

windy there and no sidewalk, can't walk safely; that's the area that needs critical attn

right now, this motion is premature

CC: it's not working well right now; I have kids and it's not working well now

cyclists in two directions, cars in none, ........

not working well and it's not a Spirit Trail if there are cars on it

we already have one for cars, it's called WV {???}

..... need to implement it

premature to do it now; construction on 1300, potential with restaurant; bunch of things to flesh out

we need to plan, but we haven't made a decision

TP said down Argyle but Ccl hasn't made that decision

what does it mean down Argyle, lose half the parking? does Ccl want to make that decision?

parking for FBG and xxx

width for parking and Spirit Trail

I'm not advocating one or the other

renovations for FBG -- [need] to know about parking; Sailing Ctr

all of these things have to operate around a proper plan; we don't have a plan right now

Staff is working on traffic, will stop on Argyle, and trail down there

if so, we have to tell public that; xxx

staff come forward with options and Ccl make decision

asked Mr Fung -- two have been fleshed out and won't take long for the three; all I'm asking is have a plan

if we're going to make a decision, communicate it to the public b/c that's how we do things in WV

Sop: here are five pages in front of me; plan before you were on Ccl

Mr F informed you embark on

{[9:33] get this?}

always understanding

Amb area south of the tracks all the way along; work along Bellevue in Dund

so there is a plan in place, money not always in place

with all the things going on on Argyle, not the time to do it

NG: the only prudent way to proceed

restaurant here, expansion of gallery here, xxx

we shd not be afraid to bite the bullet; devil in the detail, Brent Leigh likes to say

when we talk about money, ppl back off when see map and parking

we need to lead by example and vision and get going

Mayor: my understanding not nec Argyle, S of the tracks

everything we do now, not preclude taking any land for the Spirit Trail

we've not blocked the fact we can take land for Spirit Trail

Mayor: xxx; in favour? opposed?

motion defeated [9:36]

BYLAWS

9. Proposed Zoning Bylaw No. 4662, 2010, Amdmt Bylaw No. 4788, 2014 and Proposed Devt Permit

No. 13- 018 for 870 and 876 Keith Rd (Parcel 3 of Evelyn by Onni)

The proposed bylaw rec'd first reading at the April 7 reg Ccl mtg, and is the subject of a PH scheduled for May 26. If the PH is closed, and the proposed bylaw receives second and third reading at the mtg, it may be considered for adoption on June 2. If the PH is closed on May 26, Ccl is not permitted to receive any further submissions [wrt] the proposed bylaw.

NG: little consideration of natural; surface area from 40 to 50%

don't want the xxx to think setting a precedent

only b/c public not making a fuss, I'm not

surface area being devpd more than we said in the plan

do not support denuding sort of devt

MOTION: THAT the proposed “Zoning ... Amendment BylawŁ be adopted.

Mayor: NG and Sop opposed; and to next one

MOTION: proposed Devt Permit, wch wd allow for the construction of a 23-unit cluster house bldg, be approved.

{NG and Sop opposed}

ML: MOTION re master plan [9:40]

Sop: disagree with altering the master plan with a devt of that size

shift &&& &&&

density shift; think it's the wrong thing to do; we set out parameters and they shd be followed

nicely laid out shdn't start halfway through the process

all the money from CACs; residents going to be looking at tel lines

unless they

Mayor: Ccl relies on staff recomms and they approved b/c of xxx and xxx and xxx

so think it's incumbent on Ccl that if any changes come forward

make sure staff xxx, esp if comes forward with no CACs and no relief for putting lines underground

MB: number of units hasn't changed, the FAR hasn't changed; shift from one parcel to another?

Sokol: correct

MB: perception something untoward happening here

getting better structure; and the other thing yes, benefits devpr but actually devps the cmnty

the cluster homes are 100% presold and .... 50% [rest]

so need out there

xxx structural integrity

support this wholeheartedly; shows we're adaptable and flexible, wise decision

{PASSED w/ Sop opposed}


Item 9.1 {added} -- Water bylaw for adoption -- DONE


CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

10. Consent Agenda Items

The following Consent Agenda items may be considered for approval in one motion, or considered separately, or items may be excluded for debate.

10.1. Appointments to Community Grants Committee (File: 0116-20-CGC1) Info to be provided.

Joanne Leslie re-appointed for a term ending June 30, 2016


10.2. Correspondence List (File: 0120-24) (click here to view correspondence packages) {received for info}


> Council Correspondence Update to May 16, 2014 (up to 12:00 Noon)

Referred for Action

(1) May 10, 2014, regarding South Piccadilly Road

    (Referred to Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits for consideration and response)

(2) May 13, 2014, regarding “Keith and ClydeŁ

(Referred to Director of Engineering and Transportation for consideration and response)

(3) Vancouver Coastal Health, May 15, re “Recommendation to include e-cigarettes in the definition of śsmoke’ and śsmokingÖ in M smoking bylaws and to restrict sales to [biz] with a tobacco [licence]Ł

(Referred to Chief Administrative Officer for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(4) Committee and Board Meeting Minutes ô Board of Variance ô January 15 and April 16, 2014

(5) City of Richmond, May 5, 2014, regarding “Proposed Railway-Roadway Grade Crossings RegulationsŁ

(6) Ministry of Justice, May 7, 2014, regarding Province-wide Earthquake Preparedness Consultation

(7) May 13, re “The same effect wd happen here (as has already happened w/ NAFTA), but at all levels of govtŁ (Trans-Pacific Ptnrshp)

(8) BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA), May 14, re “BC SPCA’s Salud: A Toast to the Animals

ô May 25, 2014 ô West Vancouver Community CentreŁ

(9) New Democrat Official Opposition, May 15, 2014, regarding First Responder Financial Assistance

Responses to Correspondence

(10) Dir/Planning, May 5, response re “Evelyn by Onni ô Current Photo Of View from [Lions'] Gate Bridge, Tree Protection and Orientation of Cluster Homes from Master PlanŁ

(Referred to May 26, 2014 Public Hearing)

(11) Dir/Engg, May 15, 2014, response regarding “Computation of quarterly sewer fees ô variable portionŁ


> Council Correspondence Update to May 20, 2014 (up to 4:30 p.m.)

Referred for Action

(1) May 19, 2014, regarding “Re: Fire truck/suppliesŁ

(Referred to Chief Financial Officer for consideration and response)

Received for Information

(2) B.C. Fed of Labour/Shipyard Gen Workers’ Fed of BC, May 8, re “Commitment to BC Shipbldg IndustryŁ

(3) Metro Vancouver, May 12, 2014, regarding “Clean Wood Disposal Ban at Regional Disposal FacilitiesŁ

(4) May 12, re Proposed Devt Permit/Zoning ..., Amdmt Bylaw (Parcel 3, Evelyn by Onni, 870/876 Keith Rd)

(Referred to May 26, 2014 Public Hearing)

(5) E-Comm 9-1-1, May 15, 2014, regarding “Next Generation Radio ProgramŁ

Responses to Correspondence

(6) Director of Planning, Land Development and Permits, May 12, 2014, response regarding “Upper LandsŁ.


12. Public Questions/Comments

CR: Good evening; I didn't think it wd come so fast! I have a couple of points to make.

First is, how long is it usual for letters in Public Correspondence to get a reply?

Second, some years ago, many of us proposed, and it was largely accepted, that surfaces shd hv as much pervious as possible, and I think Cclr Gamb mentioned that tonight, and so I wd like to know if the parking lot that's to the north is pervious or not -- so are we following the envmtal recomm that was made that we have pervious surfaces; that's better for the envmt?

{wrt Ev/Onni} To Cclr Booth, who just spoke, I think what she's missing is that if that's all you're considering, that's fine, but as it was said they are probably going to come back to devp another parcel with more units and clusters, and that's free to do now. So it wasn't just this, it's what are they going to do in future.

Now, to the Upper Lands WG, I'm really plsd that they came to this point. The WG must hv had an epiphany b/c when I went to one of the most recent mtgs, they had changed from what they had said about the 1200ft level; they had changed what they'd done about the Hollyburn [cabins], so somebody has had some really good influence on them.

{wrt 1200ft} When Cclr Gamb says it was a straight line, I'm wondering what she's thinking of b/c it isn't actually a straight line once you have parks and things in between.

So, the nbrhd model [was] really imp, I think there's still some opening for wiggle room in that from what I've heard b/c when I went to the Nbrhd Model thing {one of the groups the WG broke up into during the mtg}, and I asked, is this above 1200 or below 1200, now that you're drawing up guidelines for what the nbrhd wd be?

They said, oh no, just "Upper Lands". I hope they've changed their mind on that.

B/c last fall I told them in their questions or advised them or encouraged them in their questions, surveys, etc., identify what's below and what's above -- b/c ppl have diff ideas about that [those], and that's what you saw. I told them again in January, and then when you got letters in your Correspondence from ppl saying they were v confused. They didn't know whether these applied to above or below.

So, I want to thank Cclr Sop and Cclr Gamb for trying to get confirmation about above the 1200ft level. I won't bore your time [sic] now, but I saw two sentences in the report that showed the door was going to be open.

Thank you for your, uh, watching of that. I'm really glad they have changed their mind about things, so it's a great opp.

And we look forward to more consultation. tyvm

Mayor: thank you

CR: and how will I get the answers to some of my questions?

I hv found that this, this is done here, we suggested that answers to PQP be put in writing, or something, if not answered then b/c when somebody asks something, often other ppl have the same question. I was the one who got "Responses to Correspondence" put in, wch was v useful b/c ppl didn't keep phoning staff, they got an answer.

Mayor: I think Ms Leemhuis is trying to respond, but...

CR: great

Mayor: you've, have you, used up your three minutes; your three minutes is up, so turn it over to Ms Leemhuis.

NL, CAO: thank you, Mr Mayor; thank you, Carolanne

I will speak with you tomorrow and follow up on the specific correspondence that you--

CR: --two letters from March

CAO: okay, I'll talk to you tomorrow and follow up

Mayor: March 2013 or March 2014?

{laughter; can't hear Nina's retort but think it was,"oh stop!"}

CR: 2015 -- I look ahead! Can anyone answer about the parking lot? is it pervious or not?

Mayor: Mr Fung. Got lots of nice landscaping around it.

CR: replaced better landscaping

RF: the north parking lot construction was an element of the entire PSB project that was advanced, and so, my understanding is that the asphalt that was used is not pervious. The runoff from that is supposed to be integrated into a rain garden that will be a part of the PSB site works.

Mayor: thank you

CR (choosing not to debate that point and knowing how anxious some get eager to adjourn the mtg): tyvm.

Mayor: Cclr Booth

13. Adjournment

{My apologies to Ccl (and staff). My intention was to also congratulate them on establishing Whyte Lake Park, the largest in WV -- about twice the size of Lighthouse Park. Way to go, team!}


=== CCL MTG AGENDAs June 16 ===

6pm [Closed] Sp Ccl Mtg re

(a) personal info about an identifiable individual who holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee, or agent of the M or another position appointed by the M; and

(e) the acquisition, disposition, or expropriation of land or improvements, if the council considers that disclosure could reasonably be expected to harm the interests of the municipality.

Purpose of meeting: appointments and land matter

7pm Public Hearing re

proposed OCP and Zoning bylaw amendments to provide policy and guidelines for the devt of coach houses; the proposed bylaws wd provide for the introduction of coach houses as a new housing type in WV.

Agenda: http://westvancouver.ca/sites/default/files/dwv/council-agendas/2014/june/16PH/14jun16ph-Agenda.pdf

followed by

the Regular Council meeting:

o Delegation from WV Soccer Club: Information presentation regarding current and future activities

o 2014 DWV Invasive Plants Strategy: Final Report of the Invasive Plants Strategy Working Group

o Draft OCP Amendment Bylaw: Regional Context Stmt: re proposed update of West Vancouver’s RCS

o 2014 Budget First Quarter Report: Information to be provided.

{PS: I have already had a query from a subscriber wondering why the Q1 report wdn't be available b/c it ended over two months ago and that on-table doesn't give time for the public to have reviewed in order to comment or ask questions.My response was that I wondered why then they didn't postpone it to the next mtg.Will we find out?}

o 2013 Annual Report: For consideration and to receive submissions and questions from the public

{the whole report was released at the May 26 ccl mtg; the list of salaries was in WVM09}

STAFF:

Employees

Position

Remuneration

Expenses

Mccorkell, Shawne

Transit Service Coordinator

75,017.44

950.00

Jenvey, Scott

Mapping Technician

75,242.15


Lidstrom, Shawn

Mechanic - Public Works

75,266.13

95.00

Krupa, Karen

Transit Service Coordinator

75,371.99

1,758.95

Blatta, Scott

Utilityworker

75,406.26

426.23

Scully, Stephen

Mechanic - Public Works

75,413.29


Davis, Preston

Bus Operator - Transit

75,521.15

338.00

Moore, Luke

Mechanic - Public Works

75,716.94

934.82

Boileau, Gary

Water Treatment Plant Operator

75,973.77

2,087.46

Beatty, Gerald

Supervisor - Golf and Sports Field Operations

76,043.99

211.21

Singh, Amarpal

Bus Operator - Transit

76,087.16

338.00

Howie, Thomas

Supervisor - Utilities (Water)

76,111.78

1,009.90

Klinksgaard, Todd

Bus Operator - Transit

76,187.26

338.00

Reid, Ronald

Bus Operator - Transit

76,240.11

338.00

Reece, Paul

Bylaw Senior Compliance Officer

76,456.79

3,924.75

Barden, Blaine

Capital Asset Analyst

76,897.45

1,072.19

lantorno, Claudia

Sign Maker

76,924.79

279.62

Shannon, Andrew

Mechanic - Transit

77,239.30


Abbott, Codi-Lynn

Water Treatment Plant Operator

77,638.19

1,486.29

Burnham, Rick

Supervisor - Parks Construction

77,682.90

377.26

Black, Leonard

Supervisor - 3rd Party Construction

78,775.44

373.55

Isaac, Donald

Cemetery Supervisor

78,820.49

1,032.68

Bahia, Harjit

Mechanic - Transit

79,119.35


Yip, Gerald

Accounting Supervisor

79,173.38

683.81

Tartaglia, Andrea

Systems/Acquisitions Librarian

79,324.25

236.22

Rosia, Christie

Manager - Events and Festivals

79,488.90

212.74

Pathmanathan, Srirenkar

Bus Operator - Transit

79,715.63

338.00

Studer, Derrick

Bus Operator - Transit

80,370.56

338.00

Cannell, Keith

Mechanic - Transit

80,611.59


Chandi, Harvinder

Bus Operator - Transit

80,711.02

338.00

Schulz, Frank

Land Development Technician

80,749.50


Skeath, Simon

Building Maintenance Technician

80,966.14

102.86

Sachithanandan, Naresh

Bus Operator - Transit

80,998.35

338.00

Powers, Donna

Communications Supervisor

81,215.80

13.62

Willamson, Brenda

Senior Buyer

81,362.41

488.43

Vander Helm, Andrew

Environmental Protection Officer

81,657.67

928.01

Poe, Devlin

Bus Operator - Transit

81,856.17

338.00

Badaraco, Adriano

Building Inspector

81,895.23

1,522.85

Ripley, David

Mechanic - Transit

82,432.07


Prunkle, Steve

Utilityworker

82,550.40

192.48

Urquhart, Steve

Building Inspector

83,063.15

483.06

Walker, Stephen

Team Leader Client Services - Information Technology

83,243.00

4,096.12

Staschuk, Robert

Maintenance Chargehand - Transit

83,426.57

614.09

Ma, Sherman

Bus Operator - Transit

83,506.24

338.00

Harman, Gary

Plumbing Inspector

83,541.69

335.00

Moore, Shaunna

Records and Information Management Coordinator

83,550.67

1,109.38

Dove, Alan

Utilityworker

83,632.24

231.38

Popoff, Andrew

Supervisor - Equipment Maintenance

84,048.14

305.31

Mould, Margaret

Home Service Librarian

84,163.40

143.00

Munich, Doug

Business Systems Analyst

84,399.37


Jakobsen, Penny

Business Systems Analyst

84,492.10

1,248.77

Lee, Anna

Business Manager - Finance

84,528.35

1,683.86

Glickman, Eva

Senior Human Resources [Adviser]

85,621.79

427.68

Rhodes, Leonard

Electrical Inspector

85,663.97

82.50

Awan, Tahir

Network Analyst

85,867.25

6,415.67

Windsor, Thomas

Supervisor - Roads

86,599.07

666.27

Clark, Janet

Business Systems Analyst

87,405.30

579.58

Zepedeo, Chris

Supervisor - Utilities (Construction)

87,461.66

106.22

Pare, Matthew

Mechanic - Transit

87,600.64


McKee, David

Energy Manager

87,606.30

451.14

Tompkins, Brian

Supervisor - Parks Utilities

87,854.24

760.64

Merilees, Kristi

Executive Assistant

88,291.85

622.50

Turner, Jeff

Maintenance Chargehand - Transit

88,553.40

486.59

Yee, Terry

Building Inspector

88,741.87

977.14

Campbell, Tara

Human Resources [Adviser]

89,847.47

441.81

Marton, Peter

Utilityworker

90,387.14

206.35

Sept, Raymond

Building Inspector

90,426.09

516.19

Ozirny, Shannon

Youth Department Head - Library

90,926.49

3,048.80

Weiderick, Ryan

Firefighter

91,447.69


Edgett, Doreen

Payroll Coordinator

91,673.07


Leemhuis, Nina

Chief Administrative Officer

91,789.07

856.44

Allan, James

Community Planner - Development

92,215.48

424.88

Morris, Peter

Operations Supervisor - Transit

93,018.85

89.05

Moller, Jennifer

Assistant Utilities Engineer

93,087.20

1,539.83

Henderson, Lauren

Manager of Operations - Library

93,326.36

806.53

Huskisson, Colleen

Community Recreation Supervisor

93,534.75

2,883.42

Vito, Norman

SCADA Technologist

93,714.25

1,032.17

Aguilar, David

Network Analyst

93,852.06

683.09

Hudson, Jessica

Health and Safety [Adviser]

93,897.01

730.60

Spooner, Kevin

Supervisor - Inspections

95,469.41

2,482.52

Dixon, Len

Superintendant - Operations Support

97,093.94

557.49

Simmonds, Steve

Manager of Bylaw Services

97,263.33

993.97

Browne, Andrew

Senior Community Planner

97,661.37

1,103.30

Roberts, Michael

Supervisor - Utilities (Sewer)

97,741.72

246.68

McDonald, Jeff

Director of Communications

99,761.70

12.61

Morrison, Darrin

Director/Curator

101,158.40

31.57

Kenny, Michael

Superintendent of Operations - Transit

102,432.47

661.11

Wrench, Joseph

Utilityworker

103,236.14

641.70

Kellock, Steve

Community Recreation Manager

105,304.11

2,721.03

Hillan, Luke

Business Manager - Engineering and Transportation

105,450.06


Gow, Doug

Risk Management [Adviser]

105,623.08

2,565.26

Benson, Theodore

Technical Services Department Head - Library

105,739.85

315.53

Beckett, Arleta

Manager - Community Development, Youth and Families

105,758.82

1,440.46

Berg, Lisa

Senior Community Planner

105,773.05

507.01

Fretz, Pamela

Business Manager - Parks and Community Services

105,773.05

737.88

Coles, Peter

Equipment Superintendent

105,823.05

1,590.71

Mikicich, Stephen

Manager - Community Planning

106,514.08

1,457.21

Lawlor, Jillian

Community Recreation Manager

107,677.50

2,994.16

Reid, Gordon

Land And Property Agent

107,974.94

484.29

Wong, Norm

Manager - Road and Transportation

108,045.91

4,064.29

James, Marcia

Lieutenant - Fire Prevention

108,433.73

1,262.13

Ambor, Corinne

Manager - Park Programs

108,517.84

1,281.28

Jaffer, Naizam

Superintendent - Utilities (Sewer)

108,773.19

522.82

Rooke, Pamela

Manager - Financial Reporting and Budgets

111,695.82

2,108.18

Leonard, Christopher

Superintendent - Utilities (Water)

111,767.75

955.76

Haras, Ian

Manager - Parks Operations

111,990.05

2,385.62

Kwan, Andy

Utilities Engineer

112,197.33

1,286.89

Watt, Gary

Superintendent - Roads

113,375.13

1,158.01

Henegar, Dan

Manager - Parks Arboriculture and Horticulture

113,714.34

3,641.30

Miller-Tait, Margaret

Payroll Manager

115,589.61


Cresswell, Donna

Manager - Information Technology

118,483.42

186.60

Won, Kerry

Manager - Financial Services

119,398.87

1,125.02

Koep, Deborah

Deputy Director, Technology and Technical Services - Library

119,677.19

762.80

Nelson, Clay

Purchasing Manager

122,129.17

485.77

Banks, Andrew

Senior Manager - Parks

124,964.50

5,324.57

McRadu, Grant

Chief Administrative Officer

125,712.02

4,247.88

Ketler, Susan

Manager - Community Services

127,333.55

4,710.84

Hughes, Lauren

Deputy Director - Human Resources and Payroll Services

127,799.03


Maki, Randy

Manager - Permits and Inspections

128,423.95

328.06

Cheung, Thomas

Superintendent of Maintenance - Transit

129,187.07

84.82

Bates, Phil

Manager - Engineering Services

134,778.31

1,178.60

Tse, Tony

Manager - Development Engineering

137,344.92

345.00

Rowlands, Gareth

Manager - Transit

138,005.78

353.68

Wong, John

Manager - Facilities and Assets

138,841.89

3,517.55

Scholes, Sheila

Manager - Legislative Services/Municipal Clerk

142,852.72

534.61

McMahon, John

Manager - Utilities

143,537.41

1,188.80

Boyle, Geri

Manager - Community Planning

149,280.80

1,275.31

Chan, Mark

Director of Lands, Bylaws, First Nations and Legal Affairs

151,112.05

47.59

Benedict, Janet

Director of Library Services

153,674.02

3,599.99

Koke, Michael

Chief Financial Officer

162,471.12

3,204.29

Mooi, Anne

Director of Parks and Community Services

171,509.65

6,422.37

Fung, Raymond

Director of Engineering and Transportation

171,659.65

539.60

Sokol, Bob

Director of Planning, Lands and Permits

171,684.53

1,329.15

Schmaltz, Terence

Director of Human Resources and Payroll Services

173,797.04

2,221.93

Leigh, Brent

Deputy Chief Administrative Officer

196,605.99

376.72





Total For Employees Over $75,000 (Excluding Police)

24,149,193.29

171,217.04

Total For Employees Under $75,000 (Excluding Police)

28,672,381.25

169,900.03

Total For Police

9,710,939.27

117,681.03

Total for Mayor and Council

286,495.11

7,741.35

Total for Mayor and Council and all Employees

62,819,008.92

466,539.45





Grand Total of Remuneration and Expenses

63,285,548.37


Notes:

Based on Provincial instructions, reporting of Police remuneration details has been indefinitely suspended.

The statement of remuneration and expenses paid to employees during the year ended December 31, 2013 lists gross remuneration which includes regular salaries as well as payment for taxable benefits, overtime, other allowances and payout of entitlements that may have been earned in previous years.

In addition, 2013 includes an adjustment to Fire salaries for 2010 and 2011 reflecting a retroactive union settlement reached during 2013.

NB:

The Fire Dept salaries hv bn removed from this list but were in the last newsletter, as were the (underpaid in comparison) council figs -- ~$35K for councillors and ~$75K for the mayor.

The annual CAO salary does not appear b/c the former worked about six months and the new one about four. Also, benefits for staff are 22 - 26% of wch only about 5% are included in the amts shown (so add about a fifth to those figs). Salaries are ~80% of WV's Operating Budget. A letter from a teacher in the NSN said that with a B.Ed and 35 yrs' teaching, he'd be making ~$76K this year, while a BCMLA ~$101K, and Premier Christy Clark $193K. Pls note some of our staff wd be making more than that this year.


o Proposed Park Dedication Bylaw for Whyte Lake Area and Trail: scheduled for three readings

o Appointments to Lower Caulfeild Advisory Committee: Committee appointments

o Update on Corporate and Community Energy Planning: For information

o DPA (4435 Stone Cr) (for subdiv into two lots and variance for existing house to be retained on proposed Lot 2):

To set date for consideration

o DPA (765 Marine Dr, PkR-N) (for improvements and renos to the north mall): To set date for consideration

o Correspondence List

+ Agenda: http://westvancouver.ca/sites/default/files/dwv/council-agendas/2014/june/16/14jun16-Agenda3.PDF


=== ANIMALWATCH ===

[Advice] "Dear Kitten" video just under 3min: http://sfglobe.com/?id=939&src=share_fb_new_939


=== PHOTOWATCH === D-Day: then and now

Photo essay of D-Day: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/06/06/d-day-landing-sites-pictures_n_5458026.html


=== INFObits ===


+ The Normandy landings, codenamed Operation Neptune, were the landing operations on 6 June 1944 (termed D-Day) of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation began the invasion of German-occupied western Europe, led to the restoration of the French Republic, and contributed to an Allied victory in the war.

German casualties on D-Day were around 1,000 men. Allied casualties were at least 12,000, with 4,414 confirmed dead. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normandy_landings

The Normandy landings were the largest seaborne invasion in history, with nearly 5,000 landing and assault craft, 289 escort vessels, and 277 minesweepers participating. Nearly 160,000 troops crossed the English Channel on D-Day, with 875,000 men disembarking by the end of June.


+ Vancouver Police Pipe Band

o Centennial -- 100th Anniversary in June 2014

The Vancouver Police Pipe Band is one of two senior bands locally and ranks amongst the oldest police pipe bands in the world. The band wears traditional full highland dress uniforms in the historic style of British Army Highland Regiments with kilts and plaids of Prince Charles Edward Stuart tartan. More info: http://www.pipeband.ca


o BAND TO PERFORM CHANGING OF THE GUARD AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE, WINDSOR CASTLE

This June, the Vancouver Police Pipe Band will crown their centennial year by travelling to England to perform in the Changing of the Guard, the first non-military pipe band to perform in the ceremony’s 350-year history.

The Band leaves for London on June 7 and will perform the Beating Retreat at the Horse Guards Parade on June 11 and 12.

On June 16, 19, 22, and 25, they will be at Buckingham Palace for the changing of the guard ceremony at 11:30am. They will also be at Windsor Castle on June 24 and 26 for the 11am changing of the guard.

It is always a great honour, as a police pipe band, to play for a member of the Royal Family. But to go to Buckingham Palace to play for our head of state in the Changing of the Queen’s Guard is an immeasurable honour in our centennial year celebration,Ł says Pipe Sergeant Bob Murphie. “We look forward to working with the Guards Regiments of the Household Division, [whom] we consider to be the very best in the world at what they do. The excitement is definitely building.Ł

Formed in 1914, the Vancouver Police Pipe Band is the oldest non-military pipe band in British Columbia, and with 100 years of uninterrupted service, stands as the longest continually serving police pipe band in the world.

Photos/short video: http://www.vancitybuzz.com/2014/05/vancouver-police-pipe-band-perform-changing-guard-buckingham-palace-windsor-castle/


o CTV News Clip re Pipe Band's trip [2:16m] http://www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=373886


o Canada's Diamond Mines

Canada is now a diamond powerhouse and the world's third largest producer behind Russia and Botswana, thanks in part to the 1.4M carats mined at Snap Lake mine annually.


=== ROYALWATCH ===

+ Trooping the Colour celebrates Queen's official birthday 14 June 2014

[photo] The Royal Family gathered on the palace balcony to watch the Red Arrows

More than 1,000 soldiers took part in the annual ceremony to mark the Queen's official birthday.

Thousands of spectators also watched the annual meticulous display of army drill, music, and horsemanship.

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh rode in a vintage carriage from Buckingham Palace, along The Mall to Horse Guards Parade where the event was staged....

The Red Arrows were a highlight of the flypast as they flew over the palace emitting red, blue and white smoke.

The military parade dates back to preparations for battle, when colours would be carried or "trooped" down the rank so they could be seen and recognised by the soldiers....

After the parade, the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fired a 41-gun salute in Green Park to mark the Queen's official birthday.... Her actual birthday was on 21 April, when she turned 88.

{ http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-27846798 for under 3min video at beginning; photos; full article }

~ PRINCE PHILIP at 93 ~

+ Prince Philip turned 93 on June 10! {from Headsup 09B}

A Search Results News for Prince Philip, 93

Sssh! Prince Philip may have marked his 93rd birthday but ...Express.co.uk Ä- by Richard Palmer Ä- 6 hours agoGUESTS at a Buckingham Palace garden party were banned from congratulating the Duke of Edinburgh on his 93rd birthday yesterday.

B Prince Philip's 93rd birthday: 15 facts about a remarkable life

10 JUNE 2014 -- A naval officer and a gentleman known for his mischievous sense of humour, Prince Philip celebrates his 93rd birthday on Tuesday 10 June. The doughty royal patriarch refuses to slow down and still does his own driving - as his son Prince Charles revealed last week, admitting: "I'm always worried".

More, see: http://ca.hellomagazine.com/royalty/gallery/2014061019245/prince-philip-93rd-birthday/1/

Charles told of his concern as he accompanied his parents on a three-day state visit to France to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings. His father also has a packed agenda this week.

On Tuesday, Philip will help The Queen host a Buckingham Palace garden party for 8,000 guests.

Prince Philip -- Quotation and Facts:

- On meeting an Australian man who introduced himself and said, "My wife is a doctor of philosophy and much more important than I am," he replied: "Ah yes, we have that trouble in our family too!"

- Every day Prince Philip performs Canadian Air Force exercises, including sit-ups and stomach crunches.

- Prince Philip has visited more than 170 countries, made more than 5,000 speeches and today is patron, president or member of around 780 charities and organisations.

+ King of Spain steps down

Prince Charles, 65 years old, now the oldest heir to the throne in Britain in over 300 years, continues to wait.

King Juan Carlos “I do not want my son to wither waiting like Prince Charles,Ł according to Spain’s El Mundo newspaper.

...the Daily Beast notes “the chances of the Queen of England abdicating remain at absolute zero.Ł Not only did she commit to a “life of serviceŁ during her 21st-birthday speech in South Africa (“Though really, if everyone had to stick to everything they said on their 21st birthdays, we’d have a lot of people living all sorts of strange lives . . .Ł ö Charles, muttering to Camilla while he brushes his teeth), but additionally, in the U.K., as the Daily Beast notes, “part of the reason for a reluctance to even consider resignation is that [it is] associated in the national consciousness exclusively with the darkest days of the monarchy, the abdication crisis in 1936.Ł

{His confirmation before parliament was broadcast on BBC on June 19}

=== PEACEWATCH === Ha'aretz

EU levels veiled threat of new sanctions over latest settlement expansion

Calls on Israel to cancel tenders for 1,500 homes & refreeze plans for another 1,800 in the West Bank & East Jerusalem. from Ha'aretz, by Barak Ravid | Jun. 5, 2014 | 8:20 PM | 3

The European Union on Thursday made a veiled threat to impose new economic sanctions on the settlements, calling on Israel to cancel its decisions to publish tenders for 1,500 settlement homes and advance plans for 1,800 more.

Meanwhile, the US said it was "deeply disappointed" by Israel's announcements of settlement expansion. "We said on a regular basis that such actions are unhelpful and it is hard to see how these settlements contribute to peace," U.S. State Dept deputy spokesperson Marie Herf said at a press briefing......

The rest: http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/.premium-1.597242


=== BEERWATCH === Gruit Ale and Atwood!

+ Beau's and Margaret Atwood Beer Collaboration

from Beau's All Natural -- Beau’s All Natural has teamed up with award-winning Canadian writers and long-time environmental activists Margaret Atwood and Graeme Gibson to create an inspired new gruit ale. The limited-edition beer release will raise funds for the Pelee Island Bird Observatory (PIBO). Beau’s All Natural will officially release the new gruit ale at Session Toronto Craft Beer Festival June 13-14, where it will be a part of the Collaboration Nation competition. sessiontoronto.com

+ Margaret Atwood's prolific creativity has reached out in a new direction: beer! She's teamed up with Beau's Brewing Company to create a new gruit ale. Sales will raise funds for the Pelee Island Bird Observatory. http://vimeo.com/95970832

+ What is gruit? from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruit

Gruit (alternately grut or gruyt) is an old-fashioned herb mixture used for bittering and flavouring beer, popular before the extensive use of hops. Gruit or grut ale may also refer to the beverage produced using gruit.

Gruit was a combination of herbs, commonly including sweet gale (Myrica gale), mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris), yarrow (Achillea millefolium), ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea), horehound (Marrubium vulgare), and heather (Calluna vulgaris). Gruit varied somewhat, each gruit producer including different herbs to produce unique flavors and effects. Other adjunct herbs included black henbane, juniper berries, ginger, caraway seed, aniseed, nutmeg, cinnamon, and even hops in variable proportions. Some gruit ingredients are now known to have preservative qualities.

Some traditional types of unhopped beer such as sahti in Finland, which is spiced with juniper berries and twigs, have survived the advent of hops, although gruit itself has not....

Historical context

The exclusive use of gruit was gradually phased out in favour of the use of hops alone in a slow sweep across Europe occurring between the 11th century (in the south and east of the Holy Roman Empire) and the late 16th century (Great Britain). In 16th century Britain, a distinction was made between ale, which was unhopped, and beer, brought by Dutch merchants, which was hopped. Currently, however, ale usually refers to beer produced through a top-fermentation process, not unhopped beer.

The phasing out of gruit from brewing is linked to various factors. A possible political factor would be the general emancipation of princes (mainly German) from the political influence of the Roman Catholic Church in a movement that eventually was to lead to Martin Luther's protestations turning into a fully-fledged uprising of those princes against the authority of Rome, in what is known as the Reformation. Princes wanting to undermine the power of the Church therefore tended to promote brewing with hops rather than gruit, to try to cut off this revenue for the monastic orders who had a monopoly on it.

Some authors present the switch to hops as a Protestant crackdown on feisty Catholic tradition, and as a Puritan move to keep people from enjoying themselves with aphrodisiac and stimulating gruit ales by imposing the sedative effects of hops instead.[2] However, the switch to hops started in Germany some four or five centuries before the Reformation. Its later gradual enforcement in the 15th and early 16th centuries can in part be traced through legislation drafted by political rulers before the Reformation started.

The use of hops also has the advantage, in perception or fact, that beer made with hops lasts longer and resists spoilage better than that made with gruit. This preservative effect is tho

ught to have had a large impact on the early movement to switch over, although other plants commonly used in gruit mixes, for example sage, rosemary, or bog myrtle, also have antiseptic properties likely to extend the shelf life of beer.


=== IRAQWATCH ===

Events moving quickly. The Sunni rebels have taken Mosul (an oil ctr) and three other cities. ISIS or ISIL stand for Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or Greater Syria (Shamas), or the Levant. Reports about 3000 rebels and the 30,000 Iraqi soldiers ripped off their uniforms, dropped their weapons, and fled. One report said only 800 rebels took the city; 500K citizens fled Mosul. Rebels seized weapons including helicopters and are now rich since they raided the bank and took $400M.

Some blaming Sykes-Picot (1916: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SykesôPicot_Agreement) and some saying Saddam better than govt now. Almost all say Bush's 2003 pre-emptive attack on false premises (no WMDs, no role in 9/11) a disaster.

Some analyses: The Old Partition of the Middle East is Dead. I Dread to Think What Will Follow

by Robert Fisk June 14, 2014 "ICH" - "The Independent" - -

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/robert-fisk-the-old-partition-of-the-middle-east-is-dead-i-dread-to-think-what-will-follow-9536467.html

THE ALLMIGHTY MESS IN IRAQ by Eric Margolis June 14, 2014

The late Saddam Hussein was certainly right when he predicted that America’s invasion of Iraq would become “the Mother of All Battles.Ł Eleven years later, it continues.


=== BOOKWATCH === NYT and CBC (Radio)

+ JUNE 5, 2014 SUNDAY BOOK REVIEW Jessye Norman: By the Book

What was the last truly great book you read?

The Law of Love and the Law of Violence,Ł by Leo Tolstoy. I cannot explain this great book, this guide to nonviolence, better than to take a short passage from it, which for me represents the essence of what Tolstoy would have us understand: “True religion consists in establishing the relation of each of us towards the infinite life that surrounds us, the life that unites us to the infinite, and guides us in all our acts.Ł A complete world of wisdom in just that sentence!

from: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/08/books/review/jessye-norman-by-the-book.html?emc=edit_bk_20140606&nl=books&nlid=52312705&_r=0

+ Luis Alberto Urrea, Mexican-American writer

Writers & Company (Eleanor Wachtel, Sunday CBC 690 June 8th, 3pm)

Gripping interview (Wachtel is so good) at the Blue Metropolis in Montreal.

Urrea's father, a Yaqui, was blond and blue-eyed (the roles he was given and repercussions of being taken as an American or tourist are interesting), and his mother, an American from NY who never learned Spanish.

Here's the link: http://podcast.cbc.ca/mp3/podcasts/writersandco_20140608_39823.mp3

The prog is about 50min. The first ~16min are about his great-aunt Teresita, known as a saint (and had risen from the dead plus was a revolutionary), but after that he starts talking about his family -- what formed his mother (Victorian roots) and his father's attitudes as a macho Mexican. They lived in Tijuana and San Diego.

G and I were absolutely captivated by the stories of his mother and father before and after they got married. Gobsmacked, in fact, as the stories, background, unfolded. How traumatic and formative are the experiences of children growing up in their family-world. How incredibly simple are our backgrounds in comparison.

+ Book News (local) from Alliance for Arts and Culture

received June 18: http://allianceforartsandculture.cmail1.com/t/r-l-xkjdjtk-qdydidddy-yh/


=== LANGUAGEWATCH === :-)

Just received -- Date: 8 June, 2014 6:50:45 PM EDT -- but old since it's George Carlin, with this warning: śscuse the language but it’s a funny film

Euphemisms; 9min Subj: Modern English for beginners -- http://www.youtube.com/embed/vuEQixrBKCc


=== WORDWATCH === Pronunciation, this time

ť« LEISURE rhymes with pleasure, as it indeed is (in US leisure is seizure)

ť« HERB/AL starts with an H as in her and Herbert ('erb in US, even though Martha Stewart says herb :-)

ť« BEEN rhymes with seen (it's not bin as in sin :-)

Remember: Pussycat, Pussycat, where have you been? I've been to London to visit the Queen.


=== HERITAGEWATCH ===


+ HERITAGE SOCIETY of BC http://www.heritagebc.ca/events/

Now in West Van! Ste 102 - 657 Marine Dr; toll-free: 1 855 349 7243 ####

+ HERITAGE WEST VAN heritage.westvan.org

HWV entry in the parade on Community Day June 7:

cream 1965 Renault Caravelle convertible (w/ a 102-yr-old lady); red 1969 Olds Cutlass convertible;

purple (w/ Union Jack roof) 1968 Austin mini; cream and maroon 1930 Model A Ford Roadster Deluxe

Great day and we had sun! Contacts: 922 4400; info@heritage.westvan.org

+ HERITAGE VANCOUVER SOCIETY http://www.heritagevancouver.org/

Sign up to receive e-bulletins: http://www.heritagevancouver.org/bulletins_signup.html

+ VANCOUVER HERITAGE FOUNDATION http://www.vancouverheritagefoundation.org/take-a-tour/heritage-house-tour/

~ Fountain: the source or origin of everything Artist Talk

~ 2 - 4pm ~ Sat June 14 ~ CBC Outdoor Stage FOUNTAIN web proj: http://www.laiwanette.net/fountain/

Centre A, participating arts organization for The WALL in 2014, is hosting an artist’s talk and picnic lunch to launch LaiwanÖs webwork for Fountain: the source or origin of everything. Come hear Laiwan in conversation with special guests as they expand on ideas and respond to the overall webwork and project. Guests include author Bruce MacDonald, Skwxw'u7mesh ethnobotanist Cease Wyss, and founder of the False Creek Watershed Society, Celia Brauer.

This event is free and open to the public, rain or shine. A light lunch will be served.

~ Experience the newspaper glory days with City Drinks at the Sun Tower

~ 6 - 9pm ~ Thurs June 19

It's only a week away! Don't miss the chance to tour a renovated floor of the Sun Tower that includes original features. Small groups will be invited to visit an upper floor of the tower to see the restored heritage features and enjoy the view from the original windows, while remaining guests enjoy music, drinks, and a bit of history.

We'll also host a raffle with some great prizes including a chance to visit the roof of the Sun Tower, normally closed to the public, and a professional photo shoot of your home by architectural photographer, Martin Knowles.

VHF also welcomes Daniel Francis historian and author of several Vancouver history books including LD: Mayor Louis Taylor and the Rise of Vancouver. Local jazz musicians James Danderfer and David Blake will set the mood as we enjoy a Sun Tower inspired cocktail from Bambudda bar manager Buck Friend.

Click here to register $75 Ticket price includes a $35 donation. A charitable tax receipt will be issued.


~ Summer Walking Tours

All walking tours run from 10am to noon with Maurice Guibord

Explore Vancouver's most intriguing nbrhds and don't be alarmed if Maurice has a surprise or two for the grp!

Click here to register $15


~ Japantown

~ 10am - noon ~ Friday June 20; Meet at Dunlevy Ave. and Railway St.

Home to an early community of Japanese shops, organizations, homes, and institutions, Japantown still has some of the oldest buildings in Vancouver. Come learn about the modern rebirth of this culturally and historically significant area.

~ Aboriginal Day with Musqueam Bus Tour: Witness It, Remember It, Tell It

~ 9am - 1pm ~ Saturday June 21st (or Sunday July 27)

The tour will begin and end at Musqueam as we celebrate National Aboriginal Day. The theme for 2014 is Musqueam Through Time - a time to honour the past and look to the future. After touring significant Musqueam sites in Vancouver, stay at Musqueam to enjoy photo and art displays, be one of the first to visit the śClaiming Space’ exhibit, witness the unveiling of the refurbished Savage Warrior Canoe, play slahal, enjoy weaving demonstrations, and share in good food.

There are still a few seats left on the June 21st bus, however VHF is pleased to announce a third date for the tour! We hope if you're not available on June 21st, that you'll join us on Sunday, July 27th.

Tickets $40. For route and further tour info:

http://www.vancouverheritagefoundation.org/take-a-tour/musqueam-tour-witness-it-remember-it-tell-it/?utm_content=rsvp%40allianceforarts.com&utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=click%20here&utm_campaign=June%2010%2C%202014%20-%20New%20Details%20of%20Upcoming%20Events%21content

June 21st Meet at the Musqueam Golf and Learning Ctr (3904 W 51st Ave.); July 27th meeting place TBA


=== MAIKU === 2014 June 8


watch fragile hourglass of time --

sand empties, falling

faster and faster


quotations thoughts puns


The mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting. -- Plutarch, Greek historian (46 - 120AD)

paraphrased by many; this version misattributed to Yeats:

Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.

-- William Butler Yeats, Irish writer and Nobel laureate (1865 - 1939)

other versions: http://quoteinvestigator.com/2013/03/28/mind-fire/


Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. -- Carl Sagan, American Astronomer (1934 - 1996)

Cultivated people foster what is good in others, not what is bad. Petty people do the opposite. ö Analects 12.16


A man should never be ashamed to own he has been in the wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday. -- Alexander Pope, English poet (1688-1744)


As I have not worried to be born, I do not worry to die.

-- Federico Garc├şa Lorca, Spanish poet, playwright, and painter (1898-1936)


The difference between perseverance and obstinacy is that one often comes from a strong will, and the other from a strong won't. -- Henry Ward Beecher, American preacher and social reformer (1813 - 1887)


People might think I'm a bit of a square, but that just means I'm exactly right on every angle.

Earl Grey was away on business during the election. So he cast an absent-tea ballot.

The constables held the boat thief at bay.

My computer's mouse wouldn't work. Then it clicked.



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