Public hearing May 24th: Cedar Cottage/East 18th Avenue IRP, MEC 101 East 2nd, Floating Billboards

East 18th Avenue proposal

Vancouver City Council is holding a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 24th, starting at 6pm. The highly controversial development proposed for a heavily wooded site on East 18th Avenue in Cedar Cottage will be reviewed. A new location for Mountain Equipment Co-op at 101 East 2nd Avenue is on the agenda. Bylaw changes to restrict floating billboards will also be discussed. Members of the public can sign up to speak via email ( publichearing@vancouver.ca ) or by calling 604.829.4238.

For reference, the agenda for the public hearing is reproduced below:

http://council.vancouver.ca/20160524/phea20160524ag.htm

PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA

DATE: Tuesday, May 24, 2016
TIME: 6:00 pm
PLACE: Council Chamber
Third Floor, City Hall

PLEASE NOTE:

Printable Agenda PDF

ROLL CALL

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

1. SIGN BY-LAW AMENDMENT: Floating Signs

Summary and RecommendationPDF

Policy Report dated April 26, 2016 PDF

Draft By-law – Sign By-law PDF

Correspondence

Distribution Date Support Opposed Other
May 19, 2016
4 PDF
0

 

2. REZONING: 101 East 2nd Avenue

Summary and RecommendationPDF

Policy Report dated March 9, 2016 PDF

Draft By-law – Zoning and Development PDF

Draft By-law – Southeast False Creek Official Development Plan  PDF

Draft By-law – Sign By-law PDF

Distribution Date Support Opposed Other
May 19, 2016
1 PDF
0

3. REZONING: 3365 Commercial Drive and 1695-1775 East 18th Avenue

Summary and RecommendationPDF

Policy Report dated April 11, 2016 PDF

Draft By-law – Zoning and Development PDF

Draft By-law – Heritage Designation PDF

Memo dated May 17, 2016, from the Assistant Director of Planning – Midtown PDF

Distribution Date Support Opposed Other
May 19, 2016
1 PDF

RISE FROM COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

ADOPT REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

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One thought on “Public hearing May 24th: Cedar Cottage/East 18th Avenue IRP, MEC 101 East 2nd, Floating Billboards

  1. Unbelievable. CCAN #1 concern is that it would bring “too much rental” into the area. I am not making this up. During such an intense housing crisis, they are so anti-people and anti-family, they should be classified as a societal menace. Just awful.

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