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File #: BL-20-019    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Bylaw Status: Committee Business
File created: 3/31/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/15/2020 Final action:
Title: Bylaw 22/2020 LUB House Keeping Amendments (1st Reading) Presented by: Lyndsay Francis, Planner, Planning & Development
Attachments: 1. Bylaw 22-2020, 2. Land Use Bylaw Redline, 3. Land Use Bylaw Clean, 4. Detailed LUB Edits
TAMRMS#: B06

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Bylaw 22/2020 LUB House Keeping Amendments (1st Reading)
Presented by: Lyndsay Francis, Planner, Planning & Development

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RECOMMENDATION(S)
recommendation

1. That Bylaw 22/2020, being amendment 180 to the Land Use Bylaw 9/2005, be read a first time.

2. That a Public Hearing on Bylaw 22/2020, be scheduled for July 6, 2020.

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PURPOSE OF REPORT
The purpose of this report is to propose minor amendments to the Land Use Bylaw to provide clarity to the document, which makes the document easier to read and interpret by end users. The proposed amendments do not change the intent of the regulations.


ALIGNMENT TO PRIORITIES IN COUNCIL’S STRATEGIC PLAN
N/A

ALIGNMENT TO LEVELS OF SERVICE DELIVERY
Current Planning Application Processing: Processing and coordination of the approval of statutory plans and amendments, subdivision and condominium applications.


ALIGNMENT TO COUNCIL DIRECTION OR MANDATORY STATUTORY PROVISION
The Municipal Government Act requires the subject matter of this report to go to Council.

The Municipal Government Act, Planning Bylaws, Section 692(1) states:
Before giving second reading to
(a) a proposed bylaw to adopt an intermunicipal development plan,
(b) a proposed bylaw to adopt a municipal development plan,
(c) a proposed bylaw to adopt an area structure plan,
(d) a proposed bylaw to adopt land use bylaw, or
(e) a proposed bylaw amending a statutory plan or land use bylaw referred to in clauses (a) to (e),
a council must hold a public hearing with respect to the proposed bylaw in accordance with section 230 after giving notice of it in accordance with section 606.

BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION
The Land Use Bylaw regulates subdivision and development within the City. It governs these processes by establishing regulations regarding uses of land, the locations and size of buildings, lot dimensions, setbacks, etc. From time to time, minor amendments to the document are required to keep the bylaw up to date, ac...

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