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19 Nov, 2018

Council-in-Committee - November 19, 2018

Date: Nov 19, 2018

Time(s): 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Location: Council Committee Room, City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam

Contact Info: Clerk's Office clerks@coquitlam.ca 604-927-3010

Note: This meeting will be broadcast online at coquitlam.ca/webcasts.

CALL TO ORDER

ADOPTION OF MINUTES

1. Minutes of the Council-in-Committee Meeting held on Monday, October 29, 2018
Staff Recommendation:

That the Minutes of the Council-in-Committee Meeting held on Monday, October 29, 2018 be approved.

REPORTS OF STAFF

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

2. Report of the General Manager Planning and Development – Housing Choices Review – Phase 2 Update (Introductory Comments by General Manager Planning and Development / Presentation by Manager Community Planning and Planner 2)
Staff Recommendation:

That the Committee receive the report of the General Manager Planning and Development dated November 15, 2018 and entitled “Housing Choices Review – Phase 2 Update” for information.

DEPUTY CITY MANAGER

3. Report of the Manager Economic Development – Draft 2019 – 2024 Coquitlam Technology Strategy (Introductory Comments by Deputy City Manager)
Staff Recommendation:

That the Committee receive the report of the Manager Economic Development dated November 1, 2018 and entitled “Draft 2019 – 2024 Coquitlam Technology Strategy” for information.


CITY MANAGER

4. Report of the Chief Election Officer – 2018 General Local Election Results
Staff Recommendation:

That the Committee receive the report of the Chief Election Officer dated November 8, 2018 and entitled “2018 General Local Election Results” for information.

OTHER BUSINESS

NEXT MEETING DATE – November 26, 2018

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19 Nov, 2018

Regular Council - November 19, 2018

Date: Nov 19, 2018

Time(s): 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Location: Council Chambers, City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam

Contact Info: Clerk's Office clerks@coquitlam.ca 604-927-3010

Note: This meeting will be broadcast online at coquitlam.ca/webcasts.

CALL TO ORDER

PRESENTATIONS


1. Ralph Drew – Coquitlam Chronicles 

ADOPTION OF MINUTES

2. Minutes of the Public Hearing held on Monday, October 29, 2018

Staff Recommendation:
That the Minutes of the Public Hearing held on Monday, October 29, 2018 be approved.

3. Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held on Monday, October 29, 2018
Staff Recommendation:

That the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held on Monday, October 29, 2018 be approved.

4. Minutes of the Inaugural Council Meeting held on Monday, November 5, 2018
Staff Recommendation:

That the Minutes of the Inaugural Council Meeting held on Monday, November 5, 2018 be approved.

COMMITTEE MINUTES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5. Minutes of the Sustainability and Environmental Advisory Committee Meeting held on Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Staff Recommendation:

That the Minutes of the Sustainability and Environmental Advisory Committee Meeting held on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 be received. 

REPORTS OF STAFF

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

6. Report of the Director Development Services – Development Variance Permit Authorization (15 112863 DV) to Reduce the Setback from a Slope at 4291 Quarry Road
Staff Recommendation:

That Council approve the signing and sealing of Development Variance Permit 15 112863 DV (4291 Quarry Road) and the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute this Permit on behalf of the City of Coquitlam.

7. Report of the Director Development Services – Housing Agreement Bylaw No. 4901, 2018 at 545 Sydney Avenue for 67 Market Rental Units and 10 Non-Market Rental Units (17 160536 RZ), LM Sydney Homes Ltd.
Staff Recommendation:

That Council give first, second and third readings to City of Coquitlam Housing Agreement Bylaw No. 4901, 2018.

8. Report of the Director Development Services – Proposed Road Cancellation Adjacent to 545 Sydney Avenue (17 110628 RK) – Bylaw No. 4884, 2018
Staff Recommendation:

That Council: 
1. Give first, second and third readings to City of Coquitlam Highway Dedication Cancellation Bylaw No. 4884, 2018; and
2. Direct City of Coquitlam Highway Dedication Cancellation Bylaw No. 4884, 2018 to be advertised in accordance with the requirements of the Community Charter.

9. Report of the General Manager Planning and Development – Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendment for Temporary Use Permit Area Designation for Emergency Shelters – Bylaw No. 4928, 2018
Staff Recommendation:

That Council:
1. Give first reading to City of Coquitlam Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4928, 2018; and
2. Refer Bylaw No. 4928, 2018 to Public Hearing.

10. Report of the Director Development Services – Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4923, 2018 at 704, 706, 708 and 712 Lea Avenue (18 105287 RZ) (Adera)
Staff Recommendation:

That Council: 
1. Give first reading to City of Coquitlam Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4923, 2018;
2. Refer Bylaw No. 4923, 2018 to Public Hearing;
3. Authorize staff to prepare Development Permit No. 18 105288 DP generally in accordance with the attached drawings (Attachment 5), should Council grant second and third readings to the Bylaw;
4. Indicate support in principle of the requested variances described in the Requested Variances and Justification section of this report as follows:
a. In Subsection 514(2) in Part 5, Siting Exceptions, the siting exception for awnings is increased from 0.6 m (2 ft.) to 1.05 m (3.5 ft.);
b. In Subsection 514(2) in Part 5, Siting Exceptions, the siting exception for steps is increased from 0.6 m (2 ft.) to 2.2 m (7.25 ft.); and
c. In Subsection 1204(8)(a) in Part 12, RM-2 Three Storey Medium Density Apartment Residential, the rear lot line setback for a portion of one principal building is decreased from 4.5 m (14.75 ft.) to 4.0 m (13 ft.);
5. Instruct staff to complete the following items prior to Council’s consideration of fourth reading, should Council grant second and third readings to the Bylaw:
a. Submission of a subdivision plan to the satisfaction of the Approving Officer;
b. Ensure that all engineering requirements and issues including restrictive covenants, dedications and rights-of-way where necessary, are addressed to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
c. Finalize the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) measures including any required legal agreements to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
d. Resolution of all urban design issues to the satisfaction of the Director Development Services;
e. Finalization, execution and delivery to the City, the following agreements in Land Title Office registrable form:
i. Section 219 Restrictive Covenant prohibiting occupancy unless at least 59 residential parking spaces (approximately 83%) are equipped for the purpose of electric vehicle charging capabilities; and
ii. Such other Land Title Office registrable agreements as may be required by the City.

11. Report of the Director Development Services – Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4926, 2018 at 520 Cottonwood Avenue (18 107965 RZ) to Permit Development of a 29-Storey Tower (Precidia by Ledingham McAllister)
Staff Recommendation:

That Council: 
1. Give first reading to City of Coquitlam Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4926, 2018;
2. Refer Bylaw No. 4926, 2018 to Public Hearing;
3. Authorize staff to draft Development Permit No. 18 107966 DP generally in accordance with the attached drawings (Attachment 5) should Council grant second and third readings to the Bylaw; and
4. Instruct staff to complete the following items prior to Council’s consideration of fourth and final reading should Council grant second and third readings to the Bylaw:
a. Submission of a subdivision plan to the satisfaction of the Approving Officer;
b. Resolution of all urban design issues to the satisfaction of the Director Development Services;
c. Ensure that all engineering requirements and issues including restrictive covenants, dedications and rights-of-way where necessary, are addressed to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
d. Satisfy the Transportation Demand Management measures and Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) comments to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works; and
e. Finalization, execution and delivery to the City of the following agreements in Land Title Office registrable form:
i. Section 219 Covenant prohibiting occupancy unless:
a. 50 adaptable residential units are provided; and
b. One or more access easements, statutory rights-of-way and Section 219 Covenants with respect to shared vehicular / pedestrian areas among the market condominium units and rental units;
ii. One or more owner-maintained statutory rights-of-way in favour of the City over all publicly accessible spaces;
iii. Housing Agreement; and 
iv. Such other Land Title Office registrable agreements as may be required by the City, all on the City’s standard forms, if available by the City, with such changes as necessary for the contemplated development and all of the above to the satisfaction of the City Solicitor.

12. Report of the Director Development Services – Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 4861, 2018 (18 105055 OC), Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4862, 2018 (16 119309 RZ), and Highway Dedication Cancellation Bylaw No. 4863, 2018 (18 104185 RK) at 319 North Road and a Portion of 566 Lougheed Highway to Permit a Revised Mixed-Use Development with Five Residential Towers (Anthem) 
Staff Recommendation:

That Council: 
1. Give first reading to City of Coquitlam Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 4861, 2018;
2. Give first reading to City of Coquitlam Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 4862, 2018;
3. Give first, second and third readings to City of Coquitlam Highway Dedication Cancellation Bylaw No. 4863, 2018;
4. In accordance with the Local Government Act, consider Bylaw No. 4861, 2018 in conjunction with City of Coquitlam 2018 Five-Year Financial Plan Bylaw No. 4830, 2017, and the Regional Solid Waste Management Plan;
5. Refer Bylaw Nos. 4861 and 4862, 2018 to Public Hearing;
6. Direct Bylaw No. 4863, 2018 to be advertised in accordance with the requirements of the Community Charter; 
7. Authorize staff to prepare Development Permit No. 17 161331 DP for Phase 1 of the proposed development generally in accordance with the attached drawings (Attachment 9), should Council grant second and third readings to the Bylaws;
8. Indicate support in principle of the requested variance described in the Requested Variance and Justification section of this report:
a. In section 1507(8)(a) in Part 15, C-7 Transit Village Commercial Zone, the setback from a Public Right-of-Way along the southern property line is reduced to 0.0 m (0.0 ft.) from 1.5 m (4.9 ft.);   
9. Instruct staff to complete the following items prior to Council’s consideration of fourth and final reading, should Council grant second and third readings to the Bylaws:
a. Submission of a subdivision plan to the satisfaction of the Approving Officer;
b. Ensure that all engineering requirements and issues including restrictive covenants, dedications and rights-of-way where necessary, are addressed to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
c. Completion of Highway Dedication Cancellation Bylaw No. 4863, 2018;
d. Completion of the Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City as landowner and Anthem Properties Group Ltd. with respect to a portion of Delestre Avenue and the City-owned parcel along North Road;
e. Satisfy the Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) comments to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
f. Resolution of all urban design issues to the satisfaction of the Director Development Services;
g. Resolution of the on-site contamination through a Certificate of Compliance or an Approval in Principle from the Ministry of Environment; 
h. Determine the final alignment and design of the Multi-Use Pathway (MUP), along with a maintenance plan, to the satisfaction of the General Manager Parks, Recreation and Culture;
i. Approval of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Payment-in-Lieu (PIL) measures, to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
j. Finalization, execution and delivery to the City, of the following agreements in Land Title Office registrable form:
i. Section 219 Restrictive Covenant prohibiting occupancy unless 514 residential parking spaces (one per unit) are equipped with a Level 2 energized dedicated circuit for the purpose of electric vehicle charging;
ii. Section 219 Restrictive Covenant prohibiting occupancy until such time one or more access easements, statutory rights-of-way and Section 219 Covenants with respect to shared vehicular / pedestrian areas among the residential and commercial units;
iii. One or more owner-maintained statutory rights-of-way in favour of the City over all publically accessible open spaces and pedestrian and cyclist connections across the site;
iv. Statutory right-of-way and Section 219 Restrictive Covenant for public access over the Multi-Use Pathway (MUP);
v. Statutory right-of-way for continued public use of Delestre Avenue to North Road, to be removed upon completion of a new connection to North Road via the East-West Collector along the northern edge of the site;
vi. Statutory right-of-way for the interim road connection between Delestre Avenue and the new East-West Collector, to be removed upon completion of the ultimate road condition;
vii. Section 219 Restrictive Covenant on the proposed Lot 2 (eastern lot) prohibiting occupancy of Phase 3 (Tower 4) until the completion of the East-West Collector or alternative measures to the satisfaction of the General Manager Engineering and Public Works;
viii. Section 219 ‘No Build’ Restrictive Covenant on the proposed Lot 2 (eastern lot) prohibiting construction within 9 m of the eastern property line shared with 566 Lougheed Highway until after the demolition of the buildings on 566 Lougheed Highway;
ix. Section 219 ‘Single Site’ Restrictive Covenant to ensure that the two proposed lots are treated as a single site under the C-7 Transit Village Commercial zone;
x. Section 219 Restrictive Covenant to ensure the provision of a daycare in Phase 4 of the proposed development;
xi. Statutory right-of-way to ensure BC Hydro access to onsite equipment, as required;
xii. Removal of the drainage easement over the site in favour of the property to the north (329 North Street); 
xiii. Housing Agreement to secure the proposed market and below market rental units; 
xiv. Section 219 covenant restricting occupancy until the applicant has delivered to the City, in a form satisfactory to the City’s General Manager Planning and Development, evidence that all non-market / below-market rental housing units to be constructed on the lands are owned or operated and managed by a housing society, non-profit municipal housing corporation, or other entity approved by the City; and
xv. Such other Land Title Office registrable agreements as may be required by the City; all on the City’s standard forms, if available by the City, with such changes as necessary for the contemplated development and all of the above to the satisfaction of the City Solicitor. 

PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE SERVICES

13. Report of the General Manager Parks, Recreation and Culture Services – Town Centre Park – Festival Lawn and Festival Washroom
Staff Recommendation:

That Council:
1. Approve the final detailed design for Phase 1 of the Festival Lawn project and authorize staff to proceed with project procurement and construction, with a budget of $1,400,000; and
2. Direct staff to complete the detailed design and final budget for Phase 2 amenities (Washroom/Festival Hub/Promenade) based on the preferred washroom layout, Option 1, for future Council consideration.

ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC WORKS

14. Report of the Acting General Manager Engineering and Public Works – Major Road Network Expansion (Introductory Comments by Manager Transportation)
Staff Recommendation:

That Council: 
1. Endorse the staff recommended additions to the Major Road Network (MRN) as noted on Map #3; and
2. Recommend to the Mayors’ Council to consider funding opportunities in the next 10-year Transportation Plan to further expand the MRN.

NOTICE OF MOTION / REPORTS OF COUNCILLORS

15. Metro Vancouver Board in Brief (October 26, 2018) – Metro Vancouver Board Representatives Available to Respond to Questions
Staff Recommendation:

That Council receive for information the Metro Vancouver Board in Brief.

OTHER BUSINESS

NEXT MEETING DATE – November 26, 2018

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26 Nov, 2018

Council-in-Committee - November 26, 2018

Council-in-Committee Agenda - To be posted by 5 p.m. the Friday before the meeting

Date: Nov 26, 2018

Time(s): 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Location: Council Committee Room, City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam

Contact Info: Clerk's Office clerks@coquitlam.ca 604-927-3010

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26 Nov, 2018

Public Hearing - November 26, 2018

Public Hearing Agenda - To be posted by 5 p.m. Wednesday ten days prior to the meeting

Date: Nov 26, 2018

Time(s): 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Location: Council Chambers, City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam

Contact Info: Clerk's Office clerks@coquitlam.ca 604-927-3010

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26 Nov, 2018

Regular Council - November 26, 2018

Regular Council Agenda - To be posted by 5 p.m. the Friday before the meeting

Date: Nov 26, 2018

Time(s): 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Location: Council Chambers, City Hall, 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam

Contact Info: Clerk's Office clerks@coquitlam.ca 604-927-3010

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