Eric Hughes appeared on behalf of Onni in support of their development variance permit application advising that he is available to answer questions.
4.2 Amended 2010 Financial Plan and Related Bylaw
“Financial Plan Bylaw, 2010, Bylaw No. 2842, Amendment Bylaw No. 1, 2011, No. 2886” a bylaw to amend the Financial Plan for 2010 to 2014.
4.3 Proposed Columbia Street Road Closing Bylaw
“Columbia Street Road Closing Bylaw, 2011, No. 2899” a road closing bylaw to facilitate a property sale approved by Council.
Opportunity for Public Feedback
Barry Sharbo inquired how the value of the property for sale was arrived at.
4.4 Development Variance Permit Application 2011-94 for 301 Capilano Road (‘The Residences’)
Representatives from Onni responded to questions from Council.
The question on the motion as amended was put and CARRIED.
4.5 Sign Bylaw Amendment Bylaw
“City of Port Moody Sign Bylaw No. 2403, 1998, Amendment Bylaw, 2011, No. 2898”, a housekeeping and amending bylaw to address sandwich board signs.
6.1 Request from Port Moody Heritage Society for Waiving of Development Variance Permit Application Fee for New Venosta Protective Cover
6.2 Murray Clarke Connector - Business Case
Report: City Manager dated December 8, 2010, previously circulated at the December 14, 2010 Regular Council Meeting
Report: TransLink dated July 5, 2011, Murray Clarke Connector Business Case
The following resolutions were passed at the December 14, 2010 Regular Council Meeting:
“THAT option #2, “divert through traffic”, discussed in the City Manager’s report dated December 8, 2010, be investigated by staff and reported back as to how that could be implemented;
AND THAT option #4, ‘re-assess need for the project’, be endorsed with the amendment that Port Moody assist TransLink to develop a business case for the Murray-Clarke Connector.
THAT Port Moody City Council oppose any TransLink supplemental plan that, beyond the Evergreen Line, does not include the Murray Clarke Connector project and that this resolution be forwarded to all North-East Sector municipalities with a request for support.”
Voting against: Councillor Dilworth
6.3 Evergreen Line Funding
Verbal Report: Mayor Trasolini
7.1 Committee of the Whole Meeting
Release of In-Camera Items
9.2 Rocky Point Park Food Cart Proposals
The following resolution was released from the June 28,2011 In-Camera Council Meeting:
THAT staff be authorized to proceed with the execution of a License of Occupation Agreement based upon the offer between the City of Port Moody and The Boathouse Restaurant for the establishment of a food vending cart service in Rocky Point Park for 2011.
Release of In-Camera Items
9.3 Pay Parking Implementation – Project History
The following resolution was released from the June 28, 2011 In-Camera Council Meeting:
THAT staff report back on the cost implications of advancing the development of a pay parking strategy that includes meaningful data collection, public consultation, and the use of a consultant for program review and recommendations.
10. Public Input
Barry Sharbo, on behalf of the Murray Street landowners, expressed the view that Murray Street business owners have been there for many decades and they do not want a freeway down Murray Street so they do not support the Murray Clarke Connector along Rocky Point Park.