Council report

Resolutions and bylaws from Summerland's municipal council.

The regular meeting of municipal council was held on July 28 in council chambers. All council members except Mayor Janice Perrino were present.

Funding approved

The municipality will provide sponsorship of $300 for the Summerland Arts Council’s Wednesdays on the Water events.

Each Wednesday evening in August, weather permitting, local entertainers will perform at Spirit Square in Peach Orchard Beach.

Zoning text amended

Council gave first reading to a zoning bylaw text amendment.

The amendment revises the definition of property line.

The bylaw amendment will proceed to public hearing.

Zoning amendment read

Council gave first reading to a zoning amendment application for 12262 Saunders Cres.

The amendment creates the RSD1 (i) Residential Single Detached Intensive Zone and amends the zoning for the property.

The bylaw will now go to public hearing.

Campground bylaw adopted

Council gave final reading to a zoning bylaw amendment adding campground to the permitted uses.

 

 

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