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Council and Park Board Preview July 18-22: Vancouver Plan, 2030 Olympic bid update, Skeena Terrace, Stanley Park mobility study and more

There are four meetings of City Council between Tuesday, July 19th and Friday, July 22nd. The final Park Board Meeting of the summer will take place on Monday, July 18th. This will be the final meeting of Park Board before the civic election. The Stanley Park Mobility study item will likely draw a fair deal of interest. Park Board is also looking at adopting an updated Code of Conduct Policy similar to the one adopted by City Council. However, should this be an item better suited for the incoming Park Board later this year?

The Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 19th includes a total of 66 items to be enacted as bylaws. The Skeena Terrace policy statement seeks to support BC Housing in the redevelopment of the 10.8 acre site with three tall towers (up to 36-storeys) and with buildings in the range of 6 to 16 storeys. The site is bounded by Skeena, E 5th Avenue, Cassiar and Lougheed. The Skeena Terrace currently provides housing for around 600 residents.

Many development fee increases are recommended for approval in the agenda item 2023 Fee Increases for Rezoning, Development, Building, and Other Related Permits. The approval of the form of development for the enormous Lululemon HQ at 1980 Foley Street (at Great Northern Way) is on the agenda (see our previous post on this item here).

The Council Committee Meeting on Wednesday, July 20th includes an update on the 2030 Olympic bid. Staff raise a number of concerns about the bid, including the issue of current lack of federal or provincial government involvement to support and indemnify the City of Vancouver (for example, in the case of cost overruns).

The Public Hearing for Thursday, July 21st will look at item 6. CD-1 Rezoning: 906-982 West 18th Avenue and 907-969 West 19th Avenue. This Public Hearing is the continuation of the July 5th hearing. Council lost quorum when hearing from speakers on item #5 (2009-2037 Stainsbury Avenue), so that item has been rescheduled for another Public Hearing date on Thursday, July 28th.

The reconvened Council Committee Meeting on Friday, July 22nd will include debate and decision on the Vancouver Plan. Speakers were previously heard on this item on July 6th.

For reference, the meeting agendas have been reproduced below:

https://parkboardmeetings.vancouver.ca/2022/20220718/index.htm

NOTICE OF MEETING

BOARD OF PARKS AND RECREATION

  BOARD COMMITTEE MEETING –  

AGENDA

NOTE:  Speakers are welcome to participate online.

Date:
Monday, July 18, 2022
Time:
6:30pm
Place:
Park Board – Boardroom
2099 Beach Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4

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Printable Agenda PDF

Meeting Highlights PDF

Minutes of this Meeting PDF

Video clip of Board Committee Meeting Video Clip of this Item

ROLL CALL

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ADOPTION OF MINUTES – Board Committee Meeting – Monday, July 4, 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS

COMMUNICATIONS

1. Correspondence Summary

AGENDA ITEMS
1. Park Board Code of Conduct Policy (for decision)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

2. Jericho Pump Station Replacement Project in Jericho Beach Park (for decision)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

3. Dunbar Pump Station Replacement Project in Musqueam Park (for decision)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

4. Indigenous Community-Led Cultural Events – Corporate Sponsorship Fund Request (for decision)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

5. Stanley Park Mobility Study – Initial Findings & Directions (for decision)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

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A Regular Board meeting will be convened following the Board Committee meeting.

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NOTICE OF MEETING
BOARD OF PARKS AND RECREATION

  REGULAR BOARD MEETING –
AGENDA

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PLEASE NOTE:  Regular Board meeting items are not available for speaker registration. To hear from delegations on a topic, the Board may refer the item to a future Committee meeting.

Video clip of Regular Board Meeting Video Clip of this Item 

ROLL CALL

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

APPROVAL OF IN CAMERA MEETINGS
THAT the Board will go into meetings, prior to the next Regular Board meeting, which are closed to the public, pursuant to Section 165.2(1) of the Vancouver Charter, to discuss matters related to paragraphs:

(g) litigation or potential litigation affecting 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;

(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 Board, could reasonably be expected to harm the interests of the City and Park Board if they were held in public.

ADOPTION OF MINUTES

1. Special Board Meeting – Monday, June 27, 2022
2. Regular Board Meeting – Monday, July 4, 2022

CHAIR’S REPORT

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

COMMUNICATIONS
1. Correspondence Summary

COMMITTEE REPORT – Board Committee – Monday, July 18, 2022

STAFF REPORTS & PRESENTATIONS

1. Colonial Audit – Update (for information)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

2. General Manager’s Report  (for information)

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item

—-  Presentation PDF

MEMBERS’ MOTIONS

1. Park Board Staff to Maintain all Public Parks under Park Board Jurisdiction *

MOVER: Commissioner Irwin
*  Referred to staff on Mar 30/22 to report back

—-  Report Back Memo PDF
—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item
—-  Decision PDF

2. Creating a Sonic Park
MOVER: Commissioner Mackinnon

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item
—-  Decision PDF

3. Vancouver Park Board’s Approach to Climate Change
MOVER: Commissioner Dumont

—-  Video Clip Video Clip of this Item
—-  Decision PDF

NOTICE of MEMBERS’ MOTIONS

OTHER BUSINESS

ENQUIRIES
—-  Responses PDF

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NEXT MEETINGS

Committee & Regular Board Meetings: Monday, October 24, 2022

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20220719/regu20220719ag.htm

Council agenda
July 19, 2022

Updated: July 13, 2022

Date and location

Tuesday, July 19, 2022 9:30 am

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

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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 paragraphs:

(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;

(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; and

(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. Public Hearing – July 7, 2022

MATTERS ADOPTED ON CONSENT

REPORTS

A. Report on the Accessibility Strategy – Phase I

1. 2022 Community Services and Other Social Grants

Recommendations A to M, O, R, T, U, and V require 2/3 affirmative votes of all Council members per section 206 (1) of the Vancouver Charter.

2. Community Housing Incentive Program Grant

Recommendations A, B and C require 2/3 affirmative votes of all Council members per section 206 (1) of the Vancouver Charter.

3. MMIWG2S Response Report: Response to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Calls for Justice and Red Women Rising Report Recommendations

4. 2023 Business Licence, Vehicles for Hire and Animal Control Fees

5. 2023 Fee Increases for Rezoning, Development, Building, and Other Related Permits

6. Skeena Terrace Policy Statement

7. Policy and Directions – Application for Rezoning at 800-876 Granville Street

BY-LAWS

1. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 Regarding the Redesign of the By-law
(Councillors De Genova and Hardwick will need to view the proceedings to be eligible to vote on by-laws 1 to 27)

Note: By-laws 2 to 27 are subject to the approval of By-law 1

2. A By-law to amend the Area Specific Development Cost Levy By-law No. 9418 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

3. A By-law to amend the Building By-law No. 12511Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

4. A By-law to amend the Crossing By-law No. 4644 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

5. A By-law to amend the Downtown Official Development Plan By-law No. 4912 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

6. A By-law to amend the Downtown-Eastside/Oppenheimer Official Development Plan By-law No. 5532 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

7. A By-law to amend the Electrical By-law No. 5563 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

8. A By-law to amend the Fire By-law No. 12472 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

9. A By-law to amend the Gas Fitting By-law No. 3507 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

10. A By-law to amend the Green Demolition By-law Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

11. A By-law to amend the Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Official Development Plan By-law No. 10041 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

12. A By-law to amend the License By-law No. 4450 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

13. A By-law to amend the Local Improvement Procedure By-law No. 3614 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

14. A By-law to amend the Miscellaneous Fees By-law No. 5664 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

15. A By-law to amend the Noise Control By-law No. 6555 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

16. A By-law to amend the Parking By-law No. 6059 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

17. A By-law to amend the Protection of Trees By-law No. 9958 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

18. A By-law to amend the Southeast Granville Slopes Official Development Plan By-law No. 5752 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

19. A By-law to amend the Standards of Maintenance By-law No. 5462 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

20. A By-law to amend the Street and Traffic By-law No. 2849 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

21. A By-law to amend the Street Distribution of Publications By-law No. 9350 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

22. A By-law to amend the Subdivision By-law No. 5208 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

23. A By-law to amend the Vancouver Development Cost Levy By-law No. 9755 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

24. A By-law to amend the Vancouver Utilities Development Cost Levy By-law No. 12183Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

25. A By-law to amend the Vehicles for Hire By-law No. 6066 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

26. A By-law to amend the Water Works By-law No. 4848 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

27. A By-law to amend the Zoning and Development Fee By-law No. 5585 Regarding the Redesign of the Zoning and Development By-law

28. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development Fee By-law No. 5585 regarding fees for certain areas under the Broadway Plan

29. A By-law to establish greenhouse gas emission and heat energy intensity limits

30. A By-law to amend Impounding By-law No. 3519 regarding fuel surcharge increase

31. A By-law to amend Vehicles for Hire By-law No. 6066 regarding fuel surcharge increase

32. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (8460 Ash Street and 8495 Cambie Street)
(Councillors Fry, Hardwick and Mayor Stewart will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

33. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (3449-3479 West 41st Avenue and 5664 Collingwood Street)
(Councillors Hardwick, Wiebe and Mayor Stewart will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

34. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (1405 East 15th Avenue and 3047-3071 Maddams Street)
(Councillor De Genova will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

35. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (24 East Broadway and 2520 Ontario Street)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

36. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (564-570 West 49th Avenue)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

37. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (1837-1863 East 11th Avenue and 2631-2685 Victoria Drive)
(Councillor Bligh and Mayor Stewart will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

38. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (724 East 56th Avenue)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

39. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (7280 Fraser Street)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

40. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (277-291 West 42nd Avenue)
(Councillors Carr, De Genova and Mayor Stewart will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

41. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (319-359 West 49th Avenue)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

42. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (1166 West Pender Street)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

43. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (1317 Richards Street and 508 Drake Street)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

44. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (443 Seymour Street)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

45. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (1059-1075 Nelson Street)
(Councillor Boyle will need to review the proceedings on June 30, 2020 to be eligible to vote)

46. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (1190 Burrard Street)
(Councillor De Genova will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

47. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (546 West 13th Avenue)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

48. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 to rezone an area from RS-1 to RM-8A (515 West 60th Avenue)
(Councillors De Genova and Wiebe will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

49. A By-law to amend CD-1 (1) By-law No. 3568 (650 West 41st Avenue (Oakridge Centre))
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

50. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law no. 3575 to rezone an area to CD-1 (5590 Victoria Drive)
(Councillors Bligh, Boyle, Dominato, Kirby-Yung and Swanson will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

51. A By-law to amend Zoning and Development By-law No. 3575 regarding 2022 Annual Inflationary Adjustments to Density Bonus Contributions available in certain zoning districts
(Councillors Boyle, De Genova, Fry, Hardwick and Mayor Stewart will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

52. A By-law to amend Vancouver Development Cost Levy By-law No. 9755 regarding administrative and levy matters

53. A By-law to amend the Vancouver Utilities Development Cost Levy By-law No. 12183 regarding administrative and levy matters

54. A By-law to amend the Area Specific Development Costs Levy By-law No. 9418 regarding administrative and levy matters

55. A By-law to enact a Housing Agreement for 239 East 16th Avenue

56. A By-law to enact a Housing Agreement for 2924 Venables Street

57. A By-law to enact a Housing Agreement for 1477 West Broadway

58. A By-law to amend Sign By-law No.11879 (720 Beatty Street and 701 Expo Boulevard)
(All Council members present for this item at public hearing)

59. A By-law to amend Noise Control By-law No. 6555 (720 Beatty Street and 701 Expo Boulevard)

60. A By-law to amend Sign By-law No.11879 (3532 East Hastings Street)
(All Council members eligible to vote)

61. A By-law to amend Noise Control By-law No. 6555 (3532 East Hastings Street)

62. A By-law to amend Sign By-law No.11879 (1015 East Hastings Street)
(Councillor Carr will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

63. A By-law to amend Noise Control By-law No. 6555 (1015 East Hastings Street)

Note: By-laws 64 to 66 are subject to the approval of Report 4

64. A By-law to amend License By-law No. 4450 regarding 2023 fee increases

65. A By-law to amend Vehicles for Hire By-law No. 6066 regarding 2023 fee increases and amendments to courier bicycles

66. A By-law to amend Animal Control By-law No. 9150 regarding 2023 fee increases and a new aggressive dog license fee

MOTIONS

A. Administrative Motions

1. Consequential Amendments to the Oakridge Design Guidelines

2. Approval of Form of Development – 710 East 56th Avenue (Formerly 7280 Fraser Street)

3. Update to Various Land Use Documents to Align With Updated Zoning and Development By-Law

Subject to the approval of By-laws 1 to 27

4. Approval of Form of Development – 3070 Kingsway

5. Approval of Form of Development – 981 Davie Street (Formerly 1190 Burrard Street)

6. Approval of Form of Development – 1317 Richards Street and 508 Drake Street

7. Approval of Form of Development – CD-1 (806) 5189 Earles Street (Previously 2725-2751 Kingsway)

8. Approval of Form of Development – 550 West 13th Avenue (Formerly 546 West 13th Avenue)

9. Approval of Form of Development – 1166 West Pender Street

10. Approval of Form of Development – 1980 Foley Street

B. Council Members’ Motions

1. Requests for Leaves of Absence

2. Backing the Class Action Lawsuit Against Oil Companies

3. Vancouver Hosting a C40 Climate Workshop for the Metro Vancouver Region

4. Advocating for the Requirement of Side Guards on Heavy Trucks in Urban Areas

5. Asking Staff to Put Money for a Seniors’ Planner in the Draft 2023 Budget

6. Making it Easier to Host Outdoor Festivals and Events in Vancouver

7. For a Swimmable Vancouver

8. Enabling the Next Generation of Vancouver Specials

NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEMBER’S MOTIONS

NEW BUSINESS

ENQUIRIES AND OTHER MATTERS

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20220720/pspc20220720ag.htm

Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities agenda
July 20, 2022

Date and location

Wednesday, July 20, 2022  9:30 am

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

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MATTERS ADOPTED ON CONSENT

AGENDA ITEMS

1. Contract Award for Asphalt Milling Services

2. Contract Award for Supply and Delivery of Janitorial Supplies

3. 2030 Winter Games Bid Update

4. Commemorating Muslim Holidays (Member’s Motion B.2)

At the Council meeting on July 5, 2022, Council referred the above-noted item to the Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meeting on July 6, 2022, in order to hear from speakers, followed by debate and decision. Subsequently, due to time constraints, Council referred the item to the Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities meeting on July 20, 2022.

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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 20, 2022

Approval of recommendations and actions.

BY-LAWS

1. A By-law to amend CD-1 (816) By-law No. 13352 re: 110 West 4th Avenue
(Councillors Hardwick and Swanson will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

2. A By-law to amend CD-1 (276) By-law No. 6876 re: 1041 Southwest Marine Drive
(Councillors Hardwick and Swanson will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

3. A By-law to amend CD-1 (642) By-law No. 11658 re: 2133 Nanton Avenue (formerly
4255 Arbutus Street)
(Councillors Hardwick and Swanson will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

4. A By-law to amend CD-1 (473) By-law No. 9733 re: East Fraser Lands Non-High Street
(Councillors Hardwick and Swanson will need to review the proceedings to be eligible to vote)

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20220705/phea20220705ag.htm

Public Hearing
July 5, 2022 (reconvening on July 21, 2022) Updated on July 15, 2022

Date and location

Tuesday, July 5, 2022, at 6 pm

RECONVENING JULY 21, 2022, at 6 pm

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

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On July 5, 2022, Council approved items 1 to 4 and began item 5. CD-1 Rezoning: 2009-2037 Stainsbury Avenue.

Please Note: Item 5. CD-1 Rezoning: 2009-2037 Stainsbury Avenue has been rescheduled at the new Public Hearing on Thursday, July 28, 2022, at 6 pm.

The Public Hearing on July 28, 2022, replaces the Public Hearing for this item that commenced on July 5, 2022.

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1. Heritage Designation: 347 West Pender Street (Hartney Chambers)

2. Regulation Redesign – Draft Updated Zoning and Development By-law

Date of Distribution
Support
Oppose
Other
July 5 , 2022, after 4:30 pm
1 PDF
0
0

3. CD-1 Rezoning: 418-496 Alexander Street

CORRESPONDENCE:

Date of Distribution
Support
Oppose
Other
July 4 , 2022, up to 2:30 pm
2 PDF
0
0

4. CD-1 Rezoning: 3970-3998 Main Street

CORRESPONDENCE:

Date of Distribution
Support
Oppose
Other
June 29, 2022, up to 5 pm
2 PDF
0
July 4, 2022, up to 2:30 pm
0
0
July 5, 2022, up to 4:30 pm
4 PDF
6 PDF
1 PDF
July 5, 2022, after 4:30 pm
0
3 PDF
TOTAL
33
11
1

5. CD-1 Rezoning: 2009-2037 Stainsbury Avenue – RESCHEDULED

This item has been rescheduled at the new Public Hearing on Thursday, July 28, 2022, at 6 pm.

The Public Hearing on July 28, 2022, replaces the Public Hearing for this item that commenced on July 5, 2022.

If you spoke at the July 5, 2022 Public Hearing for this item, and wish to have your submission considered by Council, you will need to sign up and speak again, or submit your comments in writing.

6. CD-1 Rezoning: 906-982 West 18th Avenue and 907-969 West 19th Avenue

CORRESPONDENCE:

Date of Distribution
Support
Oppose
Other
June 29, 2022, up to 5 pm
July 4, 2022, up to 2:30 pm
8 PDF
9 PDF
1 PDF
July 5, 2022, up to 4:30 pm
4 PDF
July 5, 2022, up to 10 pm
0
2 PDF
0
July 15, 2022, up to 9 am
4 PDF
4 PDF
0
TOTAL
44
40
15

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https://council.vancouver.ca/20220706/cfsc20220706ag.htm

Standing Committee on City Finance and Services agenda
July 6, 2022 (Reconvening on July 22, 2022)

Date and location

RECONVENING JULY 22, 2022, at 9:30 AM

Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall

On July 6, 2022, Council heard presentation from staff, asked questions to staff , and completed hearing from speakers on item 1.

Due to time constraints, Council will continue with debate and decision on item 1 on July 22, 2022 at 9:30 am.  Council referred item 2 to the Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities on July 20, 2022.

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ROLL CALL

AGENDA ITEMS

1. Vancouver Plan: A long range plan to guide growth and change

REFERRED ITEMS

At the Council meeting on July 5, 2022, Council referred the following motion to the Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meeting on July 6, 2022, in order to hear from speakers, followed by debate and decision.

2. Commemorating Muslim Holidays (Member Motion B.2)

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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 City Finance and Services
Friday July 22, 2022, (reconvening from Wednesday, July 6, 2022)

Approval of recommendations and actions.

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