Council preview July 21-23, 2020: 2538 Birch decision, police street checks, audit committee, auditor general, 55 storeys by Granville Bridge, C-2 zone changes for rental, and more

This coming week there are four meetings of Vancouver City Council. A regular Council meeting (Tue/July 21, 2020, starting 9:30 a.m.) and a committee meeting (Wed/July 22, starting 9:30 a.m.), plus TWO public hearings (Tue/July 21 and Thu/July 23, both starting 6 p.m.). The Vancouver Park Board meets on Monday, July 27 (a week later than originally scheduled). (Link for official latest version of all Council meetings here).

The staff at City Hall are pushing a huge amount of business through the Council pipeline, some items controversial and with long-lasting implications for the City. By the start of the summer hiatus, a total of ten public hearing dates (including reconvened/carried over) will have been completed in just June and July. There have been some major glitches with the systems. The City is still exploiting COVID-19 emergency legislation to hold electronic meetings. Council members and speakers cannot even see each other on the screen (meetings have audio only). Council members are also under pressure to process a huge amount of information.

Here are selected hot and important topics, and further below, the full agendas (at the time of this post on July 17). There are many items we have not covered so please be sure to check the official schedules for any items that concern you, as well as the latest correspondence posted for Public Hearings.

REGULAR COUNCIL, JULY  21 (TUES) 9:30 AM. Agenda link here.

  • CD-1 AMENDMENT: 2538 Birch Street (formerly 1296 West Broadway) – Highly controversial rezoning for a 28 storey tower by Jameson Development. CHW comment: After three days of virtual public hearing (July 9, 10, 14), City Council was supposed to vote to approve or reject this application on July 14. But a delay tactic was employed to postpone the vote to July 21. Many observers suspect that the Mayor (acting as meeting chair) feared a “no” majority vote and felt that postponing the vote would allow more time to “pressure” some members of Council. We will do a new post on this. Meanwhile you can view our previous coverage on CityHallWatch, or visit detailed analysis on the local community group website 28floors.com. This meeting will have closing comments from the applicant and staff, then debate and decision by Council.
  • Motion by Mayor Kennedy Stewart on “Ending Street Checks in Vancouver.” See our post on this topic here. This item is carried forward as “unfinished business” from July 7.
  • Staff report: Amendment to the City’s Audit Committee. The proposal by Chief of Internal Audit is that “Council amend the composition of the City’s Audit Committee to include two Councillors and two members of the public.” (Currently it is comprised of the City Manager, Deputy City Manager, Director of Finance, and the Director of Legal Services.) CHW comment: While the proposed changes would seem to add to transparency, they must NOT be used to weaken or diminish the role of the new Auditor General Office that is being set up, or to give staff more control or oversight of it. 
  • Administrative motion: Regulation Redesign – Amendments to Land Use Documents. Staff are proposing to change the design guidelines across the city, including guidelines quoted in the 2538 Birch rezoning for C3A. CHW comment: None of the guidelines mentioned are provided with links or specifics, other than one link to a redline document for zoning schedules related to changes already approved last month. We are not sure what is proposed here. More attention needed.
  • There are SIX referral reports from staff (meaning that staff are saying everything is in order with the applications and recommending Council move them ahead to Public Hearing). This includes two very big projects, including a 535-foot tower proposed at 601 Beach Crescent, across from Vancouver House, and 17 buildings between 1 to 26 storeys at 41st and Willow (former Oakridge Transit Centre. See list and some notes further below. In all of these, people need to ask, are policies being followed and is the City getting a good deal out of it for Vancouver citizens.
  • Motion by Clr Dominato on “Enabling Creative and Easily Replicated ‘Missing Middle’ Housing Pilots” (carried forward from July 7). The closing proposal is that “Council direct staff to report back Q2 2021 on options for a revised policy framework that would enable additional density for housing options along arterials and transit hubs and would serve the needs of moderate income households, delivering more units than the current Moderate Income Rental Housing Pilot Program (MIRHPP).” 
    CHW comment: The missing middle motion will likely be bumped to Wednesday (July 22) to hear from speakers, but anyone who wants to speak will have to sign up before the Council meeting starts on Tuesday.
  • Motion on Notice by Councillor Jean Swanson to reallocate part of the VPD Budget is titled ‘Decriminalizing Poverty and Supporting Community-led Safety initiatives. This item was on the agenda two weeks ago and 222 people had already signed up to speak; the motion was delayed as Council ran out of time. See our post on this topic here.

SIX referral reports (we may add more notes if more info comes in)

  1. 2020 Annual Inflationary Rate Adjustments to Density Bonus Contributions. CHW note: Staff are proposing to reduce the inflationary change to development cost contributions on density bonuses by -0.8%. We note that staff are proposing a reduction rather than increase.
  2. CD-1 Rezoning: 2336-2366 Charles Street. CHW note: This is in Grandview Woodland neighbourhood. To increase the FSR from 1.2 to 3.2  for a 6 storey building with commercial space and secured market residential units.
  3. CD-1 (715) Amendment: 1649 East Broadway (formerly 1619-1651 East Broadway). CHW note: To increase FSR from 4.0 to 5.0 and increase max building height to add two floors to permit a 12-storey mixed-use building with commercial and 114 secured rental residential units (of which, 23 units as “below-market” and 91 as “secured market” rental units).
  4. CD-1 Rezoning: 1247 Kingsway. CHW note: Kinsgway / Clark (KCC) neighbourhood. To increase FSR from 2.5 FSR to 3.61 and building height to permit a six-storey, mixed use building with 31 secured rental residential units.
  5. CD-1 Rezoning: 949 West 41st Avenue and 5469-5507 Willow Street (former Oakridge Transit Centre). CHW note: This is a MAJOR rezoning, with citywide implications. Registered property owners are Modern Green Asset Holdings (Canada) Ltd. and numbered company 1069503 B.C. Ltd. The proposal is to rezone from RS-1 (One-Family Dwelling) to CD-1 (Comprehensive Development) to increase FSR from 0.70 to 2.32 and building height from 35 ft. to 275 ft. to permit a mixed-use development with 17 buildings between 1 to 26 storeys in height, “social housing” (approx 300 units), plus 180 secured rental units (including 45 moderate income rental units); plus strata residential (approx 1,120 units), plus commercial space; plus a 69-space childcare, plus a 2-acre public park,
  6. CD-1 Rezoning: 601 Beach Crescent (535 foot tower). CHW note: This is across from Vancouver House near the Granville Bridge. Owner is Pinnacle International Lands. The history of permitted height here deserves some attention. Have a look at the breakdown of public benefits. Is the City getting a good deal with the total rezoning proposal? Is it wise for the City to take delivery of housing units on site, given the uncertainties of high cost maintenance in the future. What will it cost the City (taxpayers) in the future. The application is being considered under the Higher Buildings policy (adopted 1997, amended 2011), which allows consideration of buildings exceeding existing height limits, up to 425 feet. This application is for 535 feet, or 54 storeys with a 6-storey podium, to include 303 market residential units and 152 social housing units, commercial retail space at grade, a total FSR of 7.23. Some numbers that caught our eye: Development Cost Levies $0 (yes, that’s ZERO); public art $692,527; cash Community Amenity Contribution $12,100,000; in-kind social housing units $66,000,000. Total calculated as $78,792,527

PUBLIC HEARING, JULY 21 (TUES), 6 PM. Agenda link here

Four items, as follows. We will add more if we receive any specific links, comments, or concerns.

  1. CD-1 Text Amendment: 1335 Howe Street
  2. CD-1 Rezoning: 526-528 West 37th Avenue
  3. CD-1 Rezoning: 4506 Rupert Street and 3309 Price Street
  4. CD-1 Rezoning: 1425 and 1451 East 12th Avenue. Note: This is for two residential buildings with total 157 social housing units for seniors. Height 67.9 feet, FSR 2.47. Applicant: Brightside Community Homes Foundation

COUNCIL COMMITTEE, JULY 22 (WED), 9:30 AM. Agenda link here

  • Report Back on Establishing the Office of the Auditor General for the City of Vancouver
    CityHallWatch comment: All told, this could be one of the most important topics of the year in terms of increasing transparency and accountability of our municipal government. It has vast implications.  It is very important for Council to approve this report. We encourage people to read the report. See separate coverage in media and on CityHallWatch about this. 

PUBLIC HEARING, JULY 23 (THURS), 6:30 PM. Agenda link here

There are three items for this public hearing. 

1. REZONING: 809-889 West 33rd Avenue

2. CD-1 REZONING: 2735 East Hasting Street (site includes The Slocan Restaurant)

3. Amendments to the Zoning and Development By-law to Increase Rental Housing in the C-2, C-2B, C-2C, and C-2C1 Commercial Districts

CityHallWatch comment: This is of critical importance. The proposal is to make amendments to all C2 zones across the city. Time permitting, we will do a post on this.

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For reference, please find the meeting agendas reproduced below:

https://council.vancouver.ca/20200721/regu20200721ag.htm

Council agenda
July 21, 2020 (Agenda Revised July 15, 2020)

Date and location

Tuesday, July 21, 2020  9:30 am

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Members of the public may attend at the Council Chamber in City Hall to hear the meeting proceeding, but are strongly urged to listen to the proceedings via the City’s website or follow Twitter @VanCityClerk.

  • Health protocols associated with COVID-19 will be observed for all members of the public in attendance.

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ROLL CALL

IN CAMERA MEETING

THAT Council will go into meetings later this week which are closed to the public, pursuant to Section 165.2(1) of the Vancouver Charter, to discuss matters related to paragraph(s):

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

(c) labour relations or other employee relations;

(d) the security of the property of the city;

(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 city;

(i) the receipt of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose;

(j) information that is prohibited, or information that if it were presented in a document would be prohibited, from disclosure under section 21 [disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party] of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;

(k) negotiations and related discussions respecting the proposed provision of an activity, work or facility that are at their preliminary stages and that, in the view of the Council, could reasonably be expected to harm the interests of the city if they were held in public.

ADOPTION OF MINUTES

1. Council COVID-19 Recovery Committee – July 3, 2020

2. Council – July 7, 2020

3. Public Hearing – July 7, 2020

4. Council (City Finance and Services) – July 8, 2020

5. Public Hearing – July 9, 10, and 14, 2020

6. Council COVID-19 Recovery Committee – July 15, 2020

MATTERS ADOPTED ON CONSENT

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

At the Public Hearing of July 9, 10, and 14, 2020, Council referred closing comments from the applicant and staff, debate and decision, on the following item, to the Council meeting on July 21, 2020, as Unfinished Business.

1. CD-1 AMENDMENT: 2538 Birch Street (formerly 1296 West Broadway)

At the Council meeting on July 7, 2020, due to time constraints, Council did not deal with the following Council Member’s Motion, as such, the motion was placed on the July 21, 2020, Council meeting agenda as Unfinished Business.

2. Ending Street Checks in Vancouver

REPORTS

1. Amendment to the City’s Audit Committee

2. 2020 Cultural Grants (Community Arts, Theatre Rental, Cultural Spaces, Grants to Artists, Indigenous Grants, and COVID-19 Recovery)

Recommendations A to H require two-thirds affirmative votes of all Council members under Section 206(1) of the Vancouver Charter.

3. Childcare Operator Appointments, Lease and Sublease Approvals, Social Policy Grants

Recommendations B to J require two-thirds affirmative votes of all Council members under Section 206(1) of the Vancouver Charter.

4. Debenture Program 2020

5. Regulating Exploding Animal Deterrent Devices (Bear Bangers)

6. 2020 Annual Inflationary Rate Adjustment to Development Contributions & Associated CAC Target Amendments

REFERRAL REPORTS

1. 2020 Annual Inflationary Rate Adjustments to Density Bonus Contributions

2. CD-1 Rezoning: 2336-2366 Charles Street

3. CD-1 (715) Amendment: 1649 East Broadway (formerly 1619-1651 East Broadway)

4. CD-1 Rezoning: 1247 Kingsway

5. CD-1 Rezoning: 949 West 41st Avenue and 5469-5507 Willow Street (Oakridge Transit Centre)

6. CD-1 Rezoning: 601 Beach Crescent

BY-LAWS

1. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 regarding porches, decks and balconies, and various housekeeping amendments
(All Council Members present.)

2. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 regarding updated format for sections 3, 4 and 5, and amendments to district schedules to clarify relaxations and powers of discretion
(All Council Members present.)

3. A By-law to amend Parking By-law No. 6059 regarding Housekeeping Amendments

4. A By-law to amend Southeast Granville Slopes Official Development Plan By-law No. 5752 regarding porches, decks and balconies and clarifying relaxations and powers of discretion

5. A By-law to amend Coal Harbour Official Development Plan By-law No. 6754 regarding clarifying relaxations and powers of discretion

6. A By-law to amend Downtown Official Development Plan By-law No. 4912 regarding porches, decks and balconies and clarifying relaxations and powers of discretion

7. A By-law to amend Downtown Eastside/Oppenheimer Official Development Plan By-law No. 5532 regarding porches, decks and balconies and clarifying relaxations and powers of discretion

8. A By-law to amend False Creek Area Development Plan for Area 6, Phase 3 By-law No. 5550 regarding clarifying relaxations and powers of discretion

9. A By-law to amend Central Waterfront Official Development Plan By-law No. 5261 regarding clarifying relaxations and powers of discretion

10. A By-law to amend False Creek Area Development Plan for Area 10B By-law No. 5478

11. A By-law to amend the Street and Traffic By-law No. 2849 regarding speed limits in school zones

12. A By-law to amend Fire By-law No. 12472 regarding Exploding Animal Deterrents
(Subject to approval of Report 5.)

13. A By-law to amend the Ticket Offences By-law No. 9360 regarding Exploding Animal Deterrents
(Subject to approval of Report 5 and By-law 12.)

14. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 re: 3429-3469 Fraser Street
(Councillors De Genova and Hardwick will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote.)

15. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 re: 2542-2570 Garden Drive and 2309-2369 East 10th Avenue
(Councillors Hardwick and Kirby-Yung will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote.)

16. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1: 1805 Larch Street
(All Council Members present.)

17. A By-law to amend CD-1 (248) By-law No. 6564 for 1523 Davie Street (Gabriola Mansion, formerly known as Angus Apartments)
(Councillors Bligh, Boyle, Dominato, Fry, Hardwick, Kirby-Yung, Swanson, Wiebe and Mayor Stewart, not on Council at the time and will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote.)

18. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area from RS-1 to RM-8A re: 847-867 West 28th Avenue
(Councillors Fry and Swanson will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote.)

19. A By-law to amend CD-1 (642) By-law No. 11658 regarding 2133 Nanton Avenue and 4189 Yew Street
(Councillors Bligh, Boyle, Dominato, Fry, Hardwick, Kirby-Yung, Swanson, Wiebe and Mayor Stewart, not on Council at the time and will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote. Councillor De Genova declared a conflict of interest and is ineligible to vote.)

20. A By-law to enact a Housing Agreement for 741 – 743 East Broadway

21. A By-law to enact a Housing Agreement for 420 Hawks Avenue

22. A By-law to amend Building By-law No. 12511 regarding BC Building Code housekeeping amendment

23. A By-law to amend Fire By-law No. 12472 regarding Occupant Load

24. A By-law to amend Fire By-law No. 12472 to Ban the Sale and Use of Consumer Fireworks

25. A By-law to amend the Ticket Offences By-law No. 9360 regarding amendments to the Fire By-law to Ban the Sale and Use of Fireworks
(Subject to approval of By-law 24.)

MOTIONS

A. Administrative Motions

1. Approval of Form of Development – 2542 Garden Drive

2. Approval of Form of Development – 686 East 22nd Avenue, 3811-3833 Fraser Street and 679 East 23rd Avenue

3 Regulation Redesign – Amendments to Land Use Documents

 

B. Council Member’s Motions

1. Requests for Leaves of Absence

At the Council meeting on July 7, 2020, due to time constraints, Council did not deal with the following Council Member’s Motions, as such, the motions were placed on the July 21, 2020, Council meeting agenda.

2. Retail Revolution: Bringing Digital Main Street to Vancouver to Support Brick and Mortar Neighbourhood Small Business

3. Decriminalizing Poverty and Supporting Community-led Safety Initiatives

4. Enhanced Mobility Options to Support Post Pandemic Recovery Through a Shared e-Scooter and an e-Bike Pilot Program

5. Enabling Creative and Easily Replicated “Missing Middle” Housing Pilots

 

NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEMBER’S MOTIONS

NEW BUSINESS

ENQUIRIES AND OTHER MATTERS

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20200721/phea20200721ag.htm

Public Hearing  July 21, 2020

Agenda Updated: July 14, 2020

Date and location

Tuesday, July 21, 2020, 6 pm

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

Please note:

  • This Public Hearing is to be convened by electronic means as authorized by Ministerial Order No. M192, “Local Government Meetings and Bylaw Process (COVID-19) Order No. 3 ”.

  • Members of the public may attend at the Council Chamber in City Hall to hear and watch the meeting proceedings, but are strongly urged to listen and watch the proceedings via the City’s website or follow Twitter @VanCityClerk.

  • Due to COVID-19, it is recommended that speakers participate by telephone or provide written submissions; however, limited space will be made available at City Hall to accommodate those who are unable to participate by telephone.

  • To participate in the public hearing process, you can register to speak in person or by telephone at the Public Hearing:

  • by going to the Council meeting page on the City’s website and selecting the meeting date, meeting type and agenda item(s) and specifying whether you will participate in person or by telephone; or

  • by calling 604.829.4238 and specifying which meeting date, meeting type and agenda item(s) you wish to speak to and whether you will address Council by telephone or in person.

  • If you want to participate by telephone then you must have access to a telephone, provide a telephone number that can be used to contact you, and an email address where instructions on when and how to call into the public hearing can be provided to you.

  • You can also register by telephone, on the day of the public hearing, between 5:30 pm and 6 pm, or 30 minutes before the hearing starts, at City Hall. For more information, visit vancouver.ca/publichearings

  • Send your comments to Council at https://vancouver.ca/your-government/contact-council-public-hearing.aspx.

  • Get live updates on the meeting at http:vancouver.ca/speaker-wait-times or follow Twitter @VanCityClerk.

  • Watch the meeting live here

Get involved and stay informed

Tip: Send your comments by the day before the meeting so Council has time to review them.

Send comments to Council

Sign up to speak about an agenda item:

  • Register by phone at 604-829-4238 between 5:30pm and 6pm on the day of the public hearing, or 30 minutes before the hearing starts at City Hall. Find out more
  • Online by 5:00pm on the day of meeting
  • In-person from 5:30pm to 6:00pm on the day of the meeting

If you miss the deadline, listen to the livestream of the meeting and follow the Chairs phone in instructions, or attend in person, and raise your hand, when the meeting Chair calls three times for any other speakers after all registered speakers are heard.

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20200722/pspc20200722ag.htm

Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities agenda
July 22, 2020

Date and location

Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 9:30 am

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Members of the public may attend at the Council Chamber in City Hall to hear the meeting proceeding, but are strongly urged to listen to the proceedings via the City’s website or follow Twitter @VanCityClerk.

  • Health protocols associated with COVID-19 will be observed for all members of the public in attendance.

Get involved and stay informed

Send comments to Council

Note Tip: Send your comments by the day before the meeting so Council has time to review them.

Sign up to speak about an agenda item by 8:30am. Requests to speak must be received no later than one hour prior to the scheduled start time of the meeting.

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ROLL CALL

MATTERS ADOPTED ON CONSENT

AGENDA ITEMS

1. Presentation: 2019-2022 Capital Plan Recalibration

NOTE: As this presentation is for Council’s information only, no speakers will be heard.

2. Capital Budget Adjustments for Heritage Hall Capital Maintenance Work and Three Childcare Projects

3. Report Back on Establishing the Office of the Auditor General for the City of Vancouver

Note: Appendix A of the above report will be available Friday, July 17, 2020

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NOTICE

A Council meeting will be convened immediately following the Standing Committee meeting.

COUNCIL MEETING
AGENDA

ROLL CALL

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

1. Standing Committee of Council on Policy and Strategic Priorities
Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Approval of recommendations and actions.

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20200723/phea20200723ag.htm

Public Hearing
July 23, 2020

Agenda Updated: July 15, 2020

Date and location

Thursday, July 23, 2020, 6 pm

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

Please note:

  • This Public Hearing is to be convened by electronic means as authorized by Ministerial Order No. M192, “Local Government Meetings and Bylaw Process (COVID-19) Order No. 3 ”.

  • Members of the public may attend at the Council Chamber in City Hall to hear and watch the meeting proceedings, but are strongly urged to listen and watch the proceedings via the City’s website or follow Twitter @VanCityClerk.

  • Due to COVID-19, it is recommended that speakers participate by telephone or provide written submissions; however, limited space will be made available at City Hall to accommodate those who are unable to participate by telephone.

  • To participate in the public hearing process, you can register to speak in person or by telephone at the Public Hearing:

  • by going to the Council meeting page on the City’s website and selecting the meeting date, meeting type and agenda item(s) and specifying whether you will participate in person or by telephone; or

  • by calling 604.829.4238 and specifying which meeting date, meeting type and agenda item(s) you wish to speak to and whether you will address Council by telephone or in person.

  • If you want to participate by telephone then you must have access to a telephone, provide a telephone number that can be used to contact you, and an email address where instructions on when and how to call into the public hearing can be provided to you.

  • You can also register by telephone, on the day of the public hearing, between 5:30 pm and 6 pm, or 30 minutes before the hearing starts, at City Hall. For more information, visit vancouver.ca/publichearings

  • Send your comments to Council at https://vancouver.ca/your-government/contact-council-public-hearing.aspx.

  • Get live updates on the meeting at http:vancouver.ca/speaker-wait-times or follow Twitter @VanCityClerk.

  • Watch the meeting live here

Get involved and stay informed

Tip: Send your comments by the day before the meeting so Council has time to review them.

Send comments to Council

Sign up to speak about an agenda item:

  • Register by phone at 604-829-4238 between 5:30pm and 6pm on the day of the public hearing, or 30 minutes before the hearing starts at City Hall. Find out more
  • Online by 5:00pm on the day of meeting
  • In-person from 5:30pm to 6:00pm on the day of the meeting

If you miss the deadline, listen to the livestream of the meeting and follow the Chairs phone in instructions, or attend in person, and raise your hand, when the meeting Chair calls three times for any other speakers after all registered speakers are heard.

Request to speak

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ROLL CALL

1. REZONING: 809-889 West 33rd Avenue

2. CD-1 REZONING: 2735 East Hasting Street

3. Amendments to the Zoning and Development By-law to Increase Rental Housing in the C-2, C-2B, C-2C, and C-2C1 Commercial Districts

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