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SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICTREGULAR BOARD MEETING TO BE HELDIN THE BOARDROOM OF THE SUNSHINE COASTREGIONAL DISTRICT OFFICES AT 1975 FIELD ROAD, SECHELT, B.C.THURSDAY APRIL 9, 2015AMENDED AGENDACALL TO ORDER 1:30 p.m.AGENDA1.Adoption of agendaMINUTES2.Regular Board meeting minutes of March 26, 2015Annex APages 1-32BUSINESS ARISING FROM MINUTES AND UNFINISHED BUSINESSPETITIONS AND s Report4.Directors’ Reports5.Corporate and Administrative Services Committee recommendation Nos.1-3, 5-9, 11 and 13-15 of March 26, 2015 (recommendation Nos. 4, 10and 12 previously adopted)Annex Cpp 35-426. ADD Infrastructure Services Committee recommendation Nos. 1-8 ofLate Itempp 42a-cApril 2, 20156a ADD Special Corporate and Administrative Services Committeerecommendation No. 1 of April 2, 20157.Chief Building Inspector – Placement of Notice on TitleMOTIONS8.THAT the resignation of Alison Sawyer from the Area E Advisory PlanningCommission be received.Annex Bpp 33-34VerbalLate Itemp 42dAnnex Dpp 43-44

SCRD BOARD AGENDA April 9, 2015PAGE 2BYLAWS9.“Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 310.148,2015” – first reading(Voting – Electoral Area Directors – 1 vote each)NEW BUSINESSIN CAMERATHAT the public be excluded from attendance at the meeting inaccordance with Section 90 (1) (a), (e), (j) and (k) of the CommunityCharter –“personal information about an identifiable individual ”, “theacquisition, disposition or expropriation of land or improvements ”,“information that is prohibited, or information that if it were presented in adocument would be prohibited, from disclosure under section 21 of theFreedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act”, and “negotiationsand related discussions respecting the proposed provision of a municipalservice .”Annex Epp 45-53

Late ItemSUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICTINFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES COMMITTEEApril 2, 2015RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE MEETING OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICESCOMMITTEE HELD IN THE BOARD ROOM OF THE SUNSHINE COAST REGIONALDISTRICT OFFICES AT 1975 FIELD ROAD, SECHELT, BC.PRESENT:ChairB. MilneDirectorsM. LebbellL. LewisG. NohrF. MauroS. WhiteI. WinnALSO PRESENT:Chief Administrative OfficerGeneral Manager Infrastructure ServicesManager Utility ServicesManager Waste Reduction & RecoveryRecording SecretaryStaffMediaPublicJ. France (1:41 p.m.)B. ShojiD. CrosbyR. Cooper (in part)T. Hincks318CALL TO ORDER1:30 p.m.AGENDAThe Agenda was adopted as presented.REPORTSRecommendation No. 1Gibsons Transit Exchange Site FeasibilityThe Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the Manager Transit and Fleet’s reportdated March 25, 2015 titled “Proposed BC Ferry Schedule Changes” be received;AND THAT the Chair write a letter to BC Ferries reaffirming the need to align the ferry schedulewith the Transit schedule in a more timely manner.Recommendation No. 2Water Conservation ProgramThe Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the Sustainability and EducationCoordinator’s report dated March 10, 2015 titled “Water Conservation Program Overview and2014 Annual Report” be received for information;42a

Infrastructure Services Committee Meeting Minutes of April 2, 2015Page 2AND THAT staff contact the Regional District of Nanaimo to get information on their WatershedProtection Program.Recommendation No. 3Middlepoint Water SupplyThe Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the Manager of Utility Services andGeneral Manager of Infrastructure Services’ report dated March 16, 2015 titled “MiddlepointWater Supply Update” be received for information.Recommendation No. 4Update on AJB Logging in the Chapman Creek WatershedThe Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the Environmental Technician’s reportdated March 24, 2015 titled “Update on AJB Logging in the Chapman Creek Watershed” bereceived for information.Recommendation No. 5Monthly Report for March 2015The Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the Administrative Assistant’s reporttitled “Monthly Report for March 2015” be received for information.Recommendation No. 6Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC)The Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the Transportation Advisory CommitteeMinutes of March 2, 2015 be received;AND THAT the following recommendations therein be acted upon:Recommendation No. 3Follow up January 22, 2015 letter to MoTIThe Transportation Advisory Committee recommended that staff follow up with theMinistry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI) regarding the letter sent January22, 2015 concerning bike lane improvements on Highway 101 at Selma Park Road inorder to increase public safety.Recommendation No. 4Excessive speed on North Road and Marine Drive inHopkins LandingThe Transportation Advisory Committee recommended that MoTI be requested to studythe traffic volumes and speed to and from the ferry terminal along Marine Drive andNorth Road;AND THAT additional signage and other safety measures be undertaken to improve thesafety for motorists and bicyclists on Marine Drive, North Road, Reed Road, and smallerfeeder roads.42b

Infrastructure Services Committee Meeting Minutes of April 2, 2015Page 3COMMUNICATIONSRecommendation No. 7Metro Vancouver’s Response to Bylaw 280 RejectionThe Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the correspondence from MetroVancouver, dated March 3, 2015, regarding Update on Metro Vancouver’s Response to theMinister’s Rejection of Bylaw 280, be received for information.Recommendation No. 8Environmental Standards BranchThe Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the correspondence from Coast WasteManagement Association, regarding Restructuring within Environmental Standards Branch, bereceived for information.IN CAMERAThe Infrastructure Services Committee moved In-Camera at 2:24 p.m.That the public be excluded from attendance at the meeting in accordance with section 90(1) (a),(e), (j) and (k) of the Community Charter “Personal information about an identifiable individualwho holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee or agent of themunicipality ”, “the acquisition, disposition or expropriation of land or improvements ” ,information that is prohibited, or information that if it were presented in a document would beprohibited, from disclosure under section 21 of the Freedom of Information and Protection ofPrivacy Act” and “negotiations and related discussions respecting the proposed provision of amunicipal service .”AND THAT Alice Lutes, Alternate Director for the District of Sechelt, be authorized to be inattendance for the In Camera meeting.Committee moved out of In-Camera at 4:04 p.m.ADJOURNMENT 4:04 p.m.42c

Late ItemSUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICTCORPORATE and ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES COMMITTEEApril 2, 2015RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE SPECIAL CORPORATE AND ADMINISTRATIVESERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING HELD IN THE BOARD ROOM OF THE REGIONALDISTRICT OFFICE AT 1975 FIELD ROAD, SECHELT, B.C.PRESENT:ALSO PRESENT:ChairF. MauroDirectorsG. NohrL. LewisM. LebbellI. WinnS. WhiteB. MilneChief Administrative OfficerTreasurerManager, Legislative Services / RecorderAlternate Director, District of SecheltMediaPublicJ. FranceT. Perreault (partial)A. LegaultA. Lutes10CALL TO ORDER4:15 p.m.AGENDAThe agenda was adopted as presented.REPORTSRecommendation No. 1Strategic Plan ReviewThe Corporate and Administrative Services Committee recommended that the ChiefAdministrative Officer’s report titled “Strategic Plan Review” be received;AND THAT the process outlined in the report be followed for the 2015-2018 Strategic Plan;AND THAT Strategic Planning sessions be scheduled for April 22, May 12 and June 2, 2015with Directors and Senior Managers in attendance with facilitation provided by John Talbot.ADJOURNMENT4:51 p.m.42d

REGIONAL DISTRICT OFFICES AT 1975 FIELD ROAD, SECHELT, B.C. THURSDAY APRIL 9, 2015. AMENDED AGENDA. CALL TO ORDER 1:30 p.m. AGENDA . 1. Adoption of agenda . The Infrastructure Services Committee recommended that the correspondence from Metro Vancouver, dated March 3, 2015, regarding Update on Metro Vancouver's Response to the Minister's .

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