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April 5,2016 Committee of the Whole

Committee of the Whole Meeting
Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Agenda              Minutes
2. Public Input

Delegation Request: Gordon Travis and Guy Steeves, dated March 14, 2016
File: 0230-01
Gordon Travis, on behalf of BC Boat Rentals, presented a proposal requesting permission to offer and operate power boat
rides from Rocky Point Park from May 1 to October 31, 2016.
Mr. Travis noted possible locations for operations, the plan's purpose, method of implementation, and ideas for the future, such as a water taxi service from Rocky Point to Deep Cove and a Driver Education Training Centre.
Mr. Travis responded to questions regarding demand, land leasing opportunities at Flavelle Sawmill, mobile trucks, insurance coverage, and exclusivity of licensing.
Delegation Request: Jim Millar, dated March 12, 2016  File: 0230-01
Jim Millar, Executive Director of the Port Moody Station Museum, noted that the Museum has been commemorating the 100th anniversary of World War I. Mr. Millar noted that the honour roll from 1917 identified ten Port Moody soldiers who were killed in action. Of the ten identified, eight have been verified. Mr. Millar requested that the 100th anniversary of the dates of their deaths be commemorated. Mr. Millar noted that he would like to hold a commemoration event in the future to honour all the men who served from Port Moody.

3.3 Presentation Dance-A-Thon Cheque
Verbal Report: Mayor Clay

Mayor Clay presented a cheque for $880 to Crossroads Hospice Society. The cheque represents proceeds from a Dance-A-Thon fundraiser held at the Recreation Complex on February 2, 2016. Jody Fitzpatrick, Recreation Programmer, noted that the Recreation Complex holds a fundraiser every year and that Anita Siu, Dance Instructor, had donated her time for the Dance-A-Thon this year. Jason Jakubec, Chair of Crossroads Hospice Society Board, and Tereza McDermid, Executive Director of Crossroads Hospice Society, accepted the cheque on behalf of Crossroads Hospice. Ms. McDermid noted that the donation will go toward patient care and family support.

The meeting was recessed at 6:57pm.
The meeting was reconvened at 7:47pm.

File: 0550-03-02
Moved, seconded, and CARRIED
THAT the minutes of the Committee of the Whole meeting of Tuesday, March 15, 2016 be adopted.

5.1 Public Consultation Plan for the Review of Land Use Policies in the Moody Centre TransitOriented Development Area
Report: Development Services Department - Planning Division, dated March 24, 2016
File: 6530-20-07
Moved and seconded
THAT the proposed consultation plan outlined in the report dated March 24, 2016 from Development Services Department - Planning Division regarding Public Consultation Plan for the Review of Land Use Policies in the Moody Centre Transit Oriented Development Area be endorsed;
AND THAT, per section 475 of the Local Government Act, the City formally notify the following organizations in writing of the review of land use policies for this area that is underway:
the Greater Vancouver Regional District (Metro Vancouver);
School District 43; TransLink; the municipalities potentially affected by land use changes for this area, being: the City of Coquitlam and the City of Burnaby; and, affected First Nations, being: Musqueam Nation, Kwikwetlem First Nation, Sto:lo Nation, Sto:lo Tribal Council, Skawahlook First Nation,
Soowahlie First Nation, Seabird Island Band, Shxw'owhamel First Nation, Lyackson First Nation, Penelakut Tribe,
Hul'qumi'num Treaty Group, Stz'uminus First Nation, Cowichan Tribes, Halalt First Nation, Lake Cowichan First
Nation, Squamish Nation, and Tsleil-Waututh Nation.

Moved, seconded, and DEFEATED
THAT the foregoing motion be amended by adding the following clause:
"AND THAT the proposed consultation plan also include consultation with the public on the expansion of park space tied to new development in accordance with the Parks and Recreation Master Plan."
(Voting against: Councillors Dilworth, Junker, Lahti, and Mayor Clay)

The question on the main motion {CW16/072) was put to a vote; the motion was CARRIED.

Moved, seconded, and CARRIED
THAT staff report back on mechanisms to achieve park expansion targets as outlined in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan that are tied to new developments in the City
5.2 Staff Parking at Rocky Point Park
Report: Development Services Department - Building, Bylaw, and Licensing Division, dated March 28, 2016
File: 09-3710-01
Moved, seconded, and CARRIED
THAT Option 3 be endorsed as outlined in the report dated March 28, 2016 from Development Services Department - Building, Bylaw, and Licensing Division regarding Staff Parking at Rocky Point Park.
(Voting against: Councillor Vagramov)

Councillor Junker declared the meeting adjourned at 8:38pm.

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