Monday, April 19, 1993
Council Chambers
Municipal Hall
14245 - 56 Avenue
Surrey, B.C.
Monday, April 19, 1993
Time:   7:01 p.m.
Present:     Mayor Bose, Councillor Schrenk, Councillor Hunt, Councillor Higginbotham, Councillor Ralston, Councillor Watkins, Councillor Villeneuve and Councillor Fomich.  Councillor Robinson entered the meeting as indicated in the minutes.
Staff
Present:     Acting Municipal Manager, Municipal Clerk and Deputy Clerk.
A.     ADOPTION OF MINUTES
1.     Regular Council - April 5, 1993
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the Regular Council minutes of April 5, 1993, be adopted.
RES.93-1835                         Carried
2.     Regular Council - April 13, 1993
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That the Regular Council minutes of April 13, 1993, be adopted.
RES.93-1836                         Carried
Councillor Robinson entered the meeting at 7:02 p.m.
3.     Council-in-Committee - April 5, 1993
(a)     It was          Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That the minutes of the Council-in-Committee meeting of April 5, 1993, be received.
RES.93-1837                         Carried
(b)     It was          Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the following recommendations be adopted.
RES.93-1838                         Carried
Item No. C25     Proposed Biosphere Reserve Boundary Bay Conservation Committee (0065-012/4866-010/0044-001)
1.     That the concept of establishing a Biosphere Reserve for the Boundary Bay ecosystem be endorsed in principle pending the resolution of issues raised in this report related to Reserve boundary, Committee structure, lead agency, funding and participation.
2.     That the Clerk be authorized to forward copies of this report to the Corporation of Delta, Boundary Bay Conservation Committee, the Farmers' Institute, and the Business Development Working Advisory Committee.
Item No. C27     City Status/City Centre Celebration (0860-010)
That Council approve the concept of a celebration of Surrey's city status as outlined in this report.
Item No. C28     Public Attitudes Survey (0101-001)
That Council receive the report for information.
"Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11751"
5691-0457-00 - P.J. Lovick - Architect
RS to C-T(2) - 15827 - 104 Avenue - to permit the construction of a three-storey motel and restaurant.
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11751" be referred to Planning & Development for further discussion with the developer, advising him of the concerns raised by the members of Council.
Item No. C30     Impact of Provincial Government Changeson 1993 School Taxes (0580-001)
That the information be received.
Item No. C31     1993 Provincial Revenue Sharing Grants (0312-059)
That the information be received and a letter of thanks be sent to the Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Item No. R84 -     Recreation Vehicle Parking (0023-001)
That the Surrey Zoning By-law dealing with recreational vehicle parking be referred to Planning & Development to provide illustration of Options 5 a, b, c & d and of how it relates to on-ground parking.
RES.93-1839                         Carried
B.     DELEGATIONS
1.     6th West Whalley Scout Troop
Mayor Bose recognized the 6th West Whalley Scout Troop, who were in attendance in connection with earning their citizenship badges.
2.     Community Policing Stations - Cloverdale, Newton & South Surrey
(8020-001)
Superintendent Townsend was in attendance and thanked Council for the opportunity to discuss important policing initiatives with Council.  Superintendent Townsend then introduced the three officers in charge of the Community Policing Stations:
Constable Shirley Hall          Cloverdale Station
Constable Norm Massie          Newton Station
Constable Jacky Brown          South Surrey Station
Superintendent Townsend pointed out that they hope to have the South Surrey Station open within a few months time.  He then went on to discuss the concept of community-based policing.  Superintendent Townsend recognized community volunteers who were in attendance at the meeting.
Constable Massie then gave a presentation on community policing, noting that there is a constant struggle for the RCMP to respond to calls for service.  Over time, police and citizens have grown apart.  Public involvement is imperative to crime-solving.  Often very little attention is given to proactive matters.  Constable Massie commented that the RCMP have been given a great opportunity to change the way policing is done.  The community policing stations provide citizens with a friendly place to come into and discuss problems.
Constable Hall discussed some of the activities of the Community Policing Stations, pointing out that the Cloverdale residents have been very positive in their comments.  The Cloverdale Station produces a newsletter and is used as a resource information centre.  Each station melds into the community in which they are located.
Constable Hall went on to describe the Colouring Book & Song Tape program that has been developed.  Volunteers in the community have found sponsors for the Colouring Book program.  The colouring book is distributed throughout elementary schools in Surrey.  The objective is to make the police more friendly towards children.  Constable Hall went on to discuss the content of the colouring book.
Councillor Robinson left the meeting at 7:40 p.m.
Constable Hall concluded her presentation by inviting all members of Council to visit the Community Policing Station.
Councillor Robinson returned to the meeting at 7:42 p.m.
Superintendent Townsend concluded the presentation by stressing the importance of volunteers.  He noted that there is a need for a variety of volunteers from the community.
Mayor Bose then thanked the RCMP for taking the time to brief Council on this important policing initiative.
A.     ADOPTION OF MINUTES (Cont'd)
4.     Public Hearing - April 5, 1993
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the Public Hearing minutes of April 5, 1993 be received.
RES.93-1840                         Carried
C.     REPORTS OF STANDING/SPECIAL/SELECT COMMITTEES
1.     Business Development Committee - March 30, 1993
(a)     It was          Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the Business Development Committee minutes of March 30, 1993, be received.
RES.93-1841                         Carried
(b)     The recommendations of these minutes were considered and dealt with as follows:
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That consideration be given to amending the appropriate by-law to permit directional signs identifying legally licensed farm gate produce sales.
RES.93-1842                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That Mr. Gerry Sprangers, Sr., be appointed to the Business Development Working Advisory Committee.
RES.93-1843                         Carried
2.     Heritage Advisory Committee - April 8, 1993
(a)     It was          Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the Heritage Advisory Committee minutes of April 8, 1993, be received.
RES.93-1844                         Carried
(b)     The recommendations of these minutes were considered and dealt with as follows.
Heritage Designation Information Package
     (0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That approval be given to send the applicable information packages to all property owners on the "A" and "B" listings respectively and that an amount of up to $3,000.00 be approved for this project.
RES.93-1845                         Carried
Heritage Inventory
(0525-203)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That J. Foulkes be authorized to accept the lowest quote and proceed with obtaining the photographs and that an amount of up to $500.00 be approved for this project.
RES.93-1846                         Carried
Listing of Historical Sites - Update
(0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Council be encouraged to ensure that traditional and historical names in the District of Surrey are preserved and continue to be used.
RES.93-1847                         Carried
St. Oswald's Church
(0525-005)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That Council authorize a directive be sent to all Departments within the Municipal Hall to heighten awareness that trees can have heritage connotations and that before trees are destroyed a review be done.
RES.93-1848                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That Planning & Development contact the Municipal Solicitor regarding tree preservation and bring forward a report for the next Committee meeting.
RES.93-1849                         Carried
Demolition Permits:
(0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That all Planning & Development Department staff be apprised of the heritage inventory flagging process in conjunction with the issuance of demolition permits.
RES.93-1850                         Carried
Heritage Inventory Data Base
(0525-203)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the Administrative Assistant be authorized to correct the data base information.
RES.93-1851                         Carried
Hazelmere Cemetery - 192 Street at 16 Avenue
Land Exchange Proposal
(0525-017)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the proposal for a property exchange at Hazelmere Cemetery be referred to the General Manager of Planning & Development for a report.
RES.93-1852                         Carried
Annual Tour - Designated Heritage Sites
(0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That the annual tour of designated heritage sites be scheduled for Saturday, May 15, 1993, commencing at 8:30 a.m.; that the Superintendent of Building Maintenance accompany the Committee on this tour; and that an invitation be extended to Council to attend the tour.
RES.93-1853                         Carried
Heritage Annual Awards -
M.V. Ivanhoe Main Engineer Restoration Project
(0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That the M.V. Ivanhoe Main Engineer Restoration Project be nominated for an award under the Restoration Category and that the nomination along with a summary and photographs be forwarded to the Heritage Society of British Columbia before the closing deadline of April 15, 1993.
RES.93-1854                         Carried
Booklet Update
(0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That Planning & Development be requested to confirm the map site location numbers.
RES.93-1855                         Carried
Heritage Inventory (Cont'd)
(0525-203)
(b)     Heritage Inventory Records Management Program
It was     Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That:
1.     the Heritage Advisory Committee confirms its Spring 1992 recommendation to transfer the original records of the Heritage Inventory to the Museum Archives for permanent preservation;
2.     the Museum Archives be given the responsibility to preserve, document and care for these records according to archival principles and practices; and,
3.     a duplicate copy of the original records be retained for quick reference purposes in the Municipal Hall.
RES.93-1856                         Carried
Fraser Highway (Portion Between 140 & 148 Streets)
(0525-001/2152-00101)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That a copy of the correspondence be forwarded to the Planning & Development Department.
RES.93-1857                         Carried
1993 Annual Conference
(0525-198)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That Councillor Bonnie Schrenk be authorized to represent Councillor Judy Villeneuve at the 15th Annual Conference of the Heritage Society of British Columbia.
RES.93-1858                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That Bob McMurray be authorized to represent the Surrey Heritage Advisory Committee as a voting delegate at the 15th Annual Conference of the Heritage Society of British Columbia.
RES.93-1859                         Carried
Semiahmoo Trail/Tree Preservation
(0525-037/8350-132)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That the following representatives from the Parks & Recreation Department be invited to attend the next meeting of the Heritage Advisory Committee to discuss tree/trail preservation:
.     Mike Smalley, Manager, Park Maintenance/Construction
.     Clark Kavolinas, Gen. Supt. Planning, Research & Design
.     Henry Stapff, Gen. Superintendent of Park Construction
.     Urban Arborist Representative
RES.93-1860                         Carried
Semiahmoo Trail Marker Cairn
(0525-037)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That a letter of thanks be forwarded to John Paley, Public Works Department, for his work associated with the installation of the Semiahmoo Trail Cairn and that a copy of this letter be sent to the General Managers of Public Works and Personnel.
RES.93-1861                         Carried
Brownsville Bar Park/Old Pacific Highway
(0525-218/0525-217)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That Clark Kavolinas, Parks & Recreation Department be requested to provide status reports on Brownsville Bar Park and on the proposal for a recognition site for the Old Pacific Highway.
RES.93-1862                         Carried
Heritage Significance of Schools
(0525-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That authorization be given to contact School District #36 and inquire whether there is provision for determining heritage significance of schools before the structures are destroyed.
RES.93-1863                         Carried
3.     Hunting Committee
Councillor Watkins noted that at a previous Council meeting he submitted a report with three options for Council to consider.  He noted that Council's wish was to then hear from the Hunting Committee and discuss the report at a future Council-in-Committee meeting.  Councillor Watkins suggested that there should be representation from other interested groups in the community as well.
Mayor Bose confirmed it was Council's wish to hear the Hunting Committee at a Council-in-Committee meeting.
4.     Finance Committee
Surrey-Delta Immigrants Society
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the request by the Surrey-Delta Immigrants Society for a $4,000 grant be referred to the Finance Committee for discussion.
RES.93-1864                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That the matter of funding RCMP song tapes be considered at the next Finance Committee meeting.
RES.93-1865                         Carried with Councillors Robinson and Fomich against.
D.     REPORTS OF VARIOUS COMMISSIONS & BOARDS
1.     Greater Vancouver Regional District (0046-001)
Providing information on a newly-appointed "Regional Agricultural Advisory Committee."
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the information be received.
RES.93-1866                         Carried
E.     MAYOR'S REPORT
1.     Proclamations
Mayor Bose read the following proclamations:
(a)     SURREY RELEAF DAYS
April 19 - 25, 1993
WHEREAS          the Municipality of Surrey has a strong commitment to the environment;
AND WHEREAS     Surrey Releaf Days will be in its 3rd year of a 9 year campaign to plant 200,000 trees by the year 2000;
AND WHEREAS     throughout the week of April 19 - 25, 1993, local school children, girl guides, boy scouts and the general public will be provided the opportunity to plant trees in the parks of Surrey;
AND WHEREAS     Surrey Releaf Days is an opportunity to allow the people of Surrey to give back to their environment and their community by planting over 20,000 trees to help stop the effects of global warming for the future of our planet;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Robert J. Bose, do
hereby declare the week of April 19 - 25, 1993, as "SURREY RELEAF DAYS" in the District of Surrey.
     Robert J. Bose
     Mayor
(b)     NATIONAL GARDEN MONTH
May 1993
WHEREAS          the Municipality of Surrey recognizes the vital importance that green plant materials, i.e., trees, plants and shrubs, play in the protection and stabilization of agricultural land from the effects of erosion caused by wind and water;
AND WHEREAS     the Municipality of Surrey also recognizes that these plant materials also provide oxygen that we breathe in exchange for the carbon dioxide and other pollutants in our environment;
AND WHEREAS     the Municipality of Surrey also recognizes that these plant materials also provide oxygen that we breathe in exchange for the carbon dioxide and other pollutants in our environment;
AND WHEREAS     the Municipality of Surrey is also aware of the energy conservation created by planting trees and shrubs around buildings and generally provide a continuance of a bright future for our planet;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Robert J. Bose, do
hereby declare the month of May 1993, as "NATIONAL GARDEN MONTH" in the District of Surrey.
     Robert J. Bose
     Mayor
(c)     MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CARNATION MONTH
May 1993
WHEREAS          Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating disease of the central nervous system and is the greatest cause of disability among young adults in their prime career and family building years between 20 and 40;
AND WHEREAS     the cause, cure, prevention and effective treatment for multiple sclerosis are still unknown and Canada has one of the highest rates of MS in the world ... it is estimated that some 50,000 Canadians have MS;
AND WHEREAS     the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is the only national voluntary health agency in Canada supporting programs in research and providing international research coordination;
AND WHEREAS     the said Society's mandate is to ensure delivery of services to MS persons and their families to help them help themselves; to raise funds to support services and research; and to provide public awareness in British Columbia;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Robert J. Bose, do
hereby proclaim the month of May 1993 as "MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CARNATION MONTH" in the District of Surrey.  I urge all citizens to support the 1993 MS Awareness Week, May 3rd to 8th, 1993, and encourage everyone to "Make a Donation and Wear a Carnation."
     Robert J. Bose
     Mayor
(d)     ELIZABETH FRY WEEK
May 3 - 9, 1993
WHEREAS          the first Elizabeth Fry Society in the world was formed in the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1939 to help women in conflict with the law;
AND WHEREAS     the Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver is celebrating 53 years of service to the people of this area;
AND WHEREAS     this service has involved over six hundred thousand hours of volunteer service;
AND WHEREAS     to continue in its worthwhile and valued endeavours, the Elizabeth Fry Society requires increased support from the people of the Greater Vancouver area;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Robert J. Bose, do
hereby declare the week of May 3 - 9, 1993, as "ELIZABETH FRY WEEK" in the District of Surrey.
     Robert J. Bose
     Mayor
(e)     SALVATION ARMY DAY
May 3, 1993
WHEREAS          for over 100 years, The Salvation Army in Greater Vancouver has offered a special level of assistance to those in need;
AND WHEREAS     the problems of society have grown more complex and The Salvation Army has broadened its services so that today, this great world organization touches the lives of unfortunate men, women and children in countless ways;
AND WHEREAS     May 3, 1993 is the date The Salvation Army will launch its annual Red Shield Appeal to raise funds for a wide variety of good works;
AND WHEREAS     it is my sincere hope to help create a greater public awareness of this dedicated organization and help to make the fund-raising drive an overwhelming success;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Robert J. Bose, do
hereby declare the day of May 3, 1993, as "SALVATION ARMY DAY" in the District of Surrey.
     Robert J. Bose
     Mayor
(f)     CHILDREN'S RIGHTS DAY
MAY 7, 1993
WHEREAS          the Declaration of the Rights of the Child was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 20th November, 1959, giving all children rights "without distinction or discrimination on account of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status";
AND WHEREAS     the Declaration gives the child "special protection to develop physically, mentally, morally, spiritually and socially in a healthy and normal manner and in conditions of freedom and dignity";
AND WHEREAS     the Declaration says that "a child shall be given an education on the basis of equal opportunity to develop abilities, individual judgement and a sense of moral and social responsibility to become a useful member of society";
AND WHEREAS     the Declaration says that "the child shall be protected against all forms of neglect, cruelty and exploitation ... and shall be brought up in a spirit of understanding, tolerance, friendship among peoples, peace and universal understanding";
AND WHEREAS     the United Nations Summit on the Rights of the Child held on September 29, 1990, recognized that 100 million children will die this decade if political policies governing the rights of children remain unchanged;
AND WHEREAS     in recognition of the work being done by the United Nations Association to promote children's rights, by encouraging young people in Canada to learn about the plight of children around the world and in conjunction with adults, to offer solutions and take actions to help transform that reality;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Robert J. Bose, do
hereby declare the day of May 7, 1993, as "CHILDREN'S RIGHTS DAY" in the District of Surrey.
     Robert J. Bose
     Mayor
2.     Official Opening - 148 Street Parkway
Councillor Fomich advised that he attended the official opening of the 148 Street Parkway on behalf of Council.  He noted that Councillor Higginbotham was also in attendance at this event.  Councillor Fomich then presented Mayor Bose with a plaque recognizing this official opening.
F.     BY-LAWS
TABLED
1.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11684"
5691-0218-00 - Bojac Sales Ltd.
RS to I-T - 12561 - 80 Avenue and 12592 - 82 Avenue - to permit a truck parking lot.
Approved by Council:  January 19, 1993.
Third reading is in order after Public Hearing, which was held on March 29, 1993.
At the Regular council meeting on March 15, 1993, Council tabled By-law 11684 for three weeks to consider concerns raised at the Public Hearing, particularly whether or not the project can proceed with an entrance on 82 Avenue only and whether only the northern half, that is the portion not on 80 Avenue, can be considered for the use described.
*     See Corporate Report R100.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11684" be tabled to the next meeting.
RES.93-1867                         Carried with Councillor Robinson against.
2.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11720"
0544-003
To authorize the sale of a portion of 12592 - 82 Avenue and all of 12561 - 80 Avenue to Surrey Park-a-Truck and Trailer (1991) Ltd.
Compensation:  $15,000
Approved by Council:  April 8, 1991
Manager's Report Item S69
*     This By-law is proceeding with By-law 11721.
Final Adoption
By-law No. 11720 was not in order for consideration.
3.     "Land Purchase By-law, 1993, No. 11721"
0544-003
To authorize the purchase of 12562, 12584, 12624 - 76 Avenue from Bo-Jac Sales Ltd.
Compensation:  $1.00
Approved by Council:  April 8, 1991
Manager's Report Item S69
*     This By-law is proceeding with By-law 11720.
Final Adoption
By-law No. 11721 was not in order for consideration.
4.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 10642"
5690-0092-00 - J. & B. Rattan
RS to R-1 - 15023 - 72 Avenue - to permit a subdivision of 2 net half-acre lots.
Approved by Council:  July 23, 1990
Manager's Report Item:  R367
*     Planning & Development report that By-law No. 10642 was tabled after Public Hearing and referred back to the Planning Department to address the concerns raised at the Public Hearing.  The main issues were a lane, the design of the proposed residence and the retention of the trees.  These concerns have been addressed as follows:
Lane
The proposed subdivision as shown on the attached plan does not have a lane.  What was referred to as a lane is a panhandle lot from 150A Street to provide access to the existing house.  This access is required because 72 Avenue is classified as an arterial road and the existing driveway on 72 Avenue will be removed as a condition of subdivision approval.
Design and Tree Preservation
The applicant has now submitted Restrictive Covenants for tree preservation and Design Guidelines.  The Design Guidelines for the proposed residence conforms to the guidelines used for the adjacent Chimney Hill development.  The existing trees will be retained except the ones located in the driveway area and the area of the new building envelope.
Registration of the restrictive covenants for design guidelines and tree preservation will resolve the concerns raised at Public Hearing.  Therefore, it is recommended that By-law No. 10642 be lifted from the table and receive third reading.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 10642" be lifted from the table.
RES.93-1868                         Carried
Third reading
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 10642" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1869                         Carried with Councillor Fomich against.
THIRD READING
5.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 160 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11732"
5692-0299-00 - R.M. Book Engineering
To authorize the redesignation of 19232 Enterprise Way from "Urban (URB)" to "Industrial (IND)."
Approved by Council:  March 2, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-laws No. 11733 & 11734.
Third reading is in order after Public Hearing, which was held on April 5, 1993.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Ralston
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 160 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11732" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1870                         Carried
6.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 109 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11733"
5692-0299-00 - R.M. Book Engineering
To amend Chapter 4, Section C, to designate 19232 Enterprise Way as Development Permit Area LIV.
Approved by Council:  March 2, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-laws No. 11732 & 11734.
Third reading is in order after Public Hearing, which was held on April 5, 1993.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 109 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11733" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1871                         Carried
7.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11734"
5692-0299-00 - R.M. Book Engineering
RS to I-G - 19232 Enterprise Way - to permit a multi-tenant warehouse facility.
Approved by Council:  March 2, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-laws No. 11732 & 11733.
Third reading is in order after Public Hearing, which was held on April 5, 1993.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11734" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1872                         Carried
FINAL ADOPTION
8.     "Business License By-law, 1976, No. 4747, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11768"
0024-001
To amend Section 9(b) by deleting the words "May 31st" and inserting the words "April 30th" in their place and to amend Schedule A to increase the business license fees by 5% for the 1993/1994 business license period.
Approved by Council:  March 1, 1993
Corporate Report Item R57
Final Adoption
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That "Business License By-law, 1976, No. 4747, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11768" be finally adopted, signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal.
RES.93-1873                         Carried
9.     "E.P.S. Recycling Inc. Land Leasing By-law, 1993, No. 11769"
0541-086
To authorize a lease of five acres in Stokes Pit located on the north side of 24 Avenue, east of 192 Street with E.P.S. Recycling Inc. to permit the recycling of materials and composting for five years.
Compensation:  $1.00
Approved by Council:  June 22, 1992
Manager's Report Item C32
Final Adoption
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "E.P.S. Recycling Inc. Land Leasing By-law, 1993, No. 11769" be finally adopted, signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal.
RES.93-1874                         Carried
10.     "109 Avenue/157 Street and Lane Road Exchange By-law, 1993, No. 11770"
6092-0361
To authorize the closure of a portion of lane on the west side of 157 Street, between 109 & 109A Avenues, and its exchange for a portion of 15689 - 109 Avenue for future road widening at the 109 Avenue/157 Street intersection.
Compensation:  $9,651.00
Approved by Council:  February 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S30
Final Adoption
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "109 Avenue/157 Street and Lane Road Exchange By-law, 1993, No. 11770" be finally adopted, signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal.
RES.93-1875                         Carried
11.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11416"
5690-0229-00 - Pacific Enterprises Ltd.
R-F to C-D - 1725 - 128 Street - to permit the construction of a 33-unit apartment building.
Approved by Council:  July 28, 1992
Final Adoption
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11416" be finally adopted, signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal.
RES.93-1876                         Carried
12.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11415"
5690-0222-00 - Langley Covenant Community Church
RS to P-A - 19533 - 64 Avenue - to permit the development of a church/community facility and a duplex for the caretaker and staff.
Approved by Council:  July 14, 1992
Final Adoption
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11415" be finally adopted, signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal.
RES.93-1877                         Carried
13.     "Valley Curling Club Land Leasing By-law, 1992, No. 11517"
0541-009
To authorize a lease renewal of portions of 6142/50, 6128 and 6060 - 176 Street, with Valley Curling Club to operate the curling rink in the Cloverdale Fairgrounds for five (5) years from April 15, 1992 to April 14, 1997, for $1.00 for 1992 and at market value for the remaining four (4) years.
Approved by Council:  June 15, 1992
Manager's Report Item:  S144
*     At the Regular Council meeting of October 27, 1992, Council tabled By-law 11517 to Special Council for further discussion.  Council has received the requested information and it is now in order for Council to deal with the following motion:
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Valley Curling Club Land Leasing By-law, 1992, No. 11517" be lifted from the table.
RES.93-1878                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Valley Curling Club Land Leasing By-law, 1992, No. 11517" be finally adopted, signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal.
RES.93-1879                         Carried
14.     "Surrey Land Use Contract No. 496, Authorization By-law, 1978, No. 5747, Discharge By-law, 1991, No. 11006"
5690-0342-00 - Guru Nanak Sikh Temple
To authorize the discharge of Land Use Contract No. 496 from property located at 7050 - 120 Street.
This by-law is proceeding with By-law No. 11007.
Approved by Council:  July 15, 1991
Final Adoption
Councillor Hunt questioned whether or not access to the veterinary clinic has been resolved.
The Acting Municipal Manager advised that the issues with respect to the veterinary clinic have not been resolved and this By-law is not in order for consideration.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Land Use Contract No. 496, Authorization By-law, 1978, No. 5747, Discharge By-law, 1991, No. 11006" be tabled for one week.
RES.93-1880                         Carried
15.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1991, No. 11007"
5690-0342-00 - Guru Nanak Sikh Temple
RS & P-A to C-D - 7050 - 120 Street - to permit the construction of an addition to the existing Temple, a senior citizens' community centre, and a retail/office building.
This by-law is proceeding with By-law No. 11006.
Approved by Council:  July 16, 1991
*     Resolution No. 91-3446 of the Regular Council meeting of September 9, 1993, giving third reading to By-law 11007 to be rescinded.
*     By-law 11007 to be amended to insert new schedules concerning the traffic pattern approved by Council.
*     Third reading, as amended.
Final Adoption
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1991, No. 11007" be tabled for one week.
RES.93-1881                         Carried
INTRODUCTIONS
16.     "Surrey Stop Up and Close By-law, 1993, No. 11786"
2152-01800/2126-401
To authorize the closure to traffic of a portion of lane lying in Section 18, Twp. 1, NWD, dedicated by Plan 1062.
Approved by Council:  April 5, 1933
Corporate Report Item:  S67
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Stop Up and Close By-law, 1993, No. 11786" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1882                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Stop Up and Close By-law, 1993, No. 11786" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1883                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Stop Up and Close By-law, 1993, No. 11786" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1884                         Carried
17.     "Land Purchase By-law, 1993, No. 11787"
6090-0304/6088-0505/
6090-0097
To authorize the purchase of 12592 - 80 Avenue, 7932 - 145 Street and 8820 Edinburgh Drive, for Corporate purposes.
Compensation:  $1.00 in each instance
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Land Purchase By-law, 1993, No. 11787" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1885                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Land Purchase By-law, 1993, No. 11787" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1886                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Land Purchase By-law, 1993, No. 11787" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1887                         Carried
18.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11788"
0545-001/38
To authorize the sale of 19050 - 64 Avenue to Mount Baker Enterprises Ltd.
Compensation:  $117,755.00
Approved by Council:  March 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S47
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11788" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1888                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11788" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1889                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11788" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1890                         Carried
19.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11789"
0545-001
To authorize the sale of 19130 - 64 Avenue to Mount Baker Enterprises Ltd.
Compensation:  $121,025.00
Approved by Council:  March 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S47
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11789" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1891                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11789" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1892                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11789" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1893                         Carried
20.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11790"
0545-00l
To authorize the sale of 19138 - 64 Avenue to Mount Baker Enterprises Ltd.
Compensation:  $121,025.00
Approved by Council:  March 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S47
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11790" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1894                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11790" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1895                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11790" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1896                         Carried
21.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11791"
0545-001
To authorize the sale of 6372 - 190 Street to Patricia Anne Sieben.
Compensation:  $124,600.00
Approved by Council:  March 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S47
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11791" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1897                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11791" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1898                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11791" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1899                         Carried
22.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11792"
0545-001
To authorize the sale of 19060 - 64 Avenue to Dwayne Anthony Vanderveen and Karen Golz.
Compensation:  $109,120.00
Approved by Council:  March 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S47
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11792" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1900                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11792" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1901                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11792" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1902                         Carried
23.     "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11793"
0545-001
To authorize the sale of 19071 - 63B Avenue to Siegfried Penno and Gerlinde Penno.
Compensation:  $128,500.00
Approved by Council:  March 8, 1993
Corporate Report Item S47
First, second and third readings.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11793" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1903                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11793" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1904                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the third time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Land Sale By-law, 1993, No. 11793" pass its third reading.
RES.93-1905                         Carried
24.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11794"
5692-0643-00 - M. Ostrowercha
RS to R-F(R) - 18603 - 56 Avenue - to permit subdivision into seven single family lots
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11794" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1906                         Carried with the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11794" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1907                         Carried with the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11794" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1908                         Carried
25.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11795"
5693-0040-00 - McElhanney Engineering Services Ltd.
RS to R-H(G) - 5858 - 152 Street - to permit subdivision into 9 half-acre gross density lots.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11795" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1909                         Carried with Councillor Robinson against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11795" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1910                         Carried with Councillor Robinson against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11795" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1911                         Carried
26.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11796"
5692-0295-00 - Jasbir Chahal
RS to R-F(R) - 18471 Highway #10 - to permit subdivision into approximately 6 single family lots.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11796" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1912                         Carried with the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11796" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1913                         Carried with the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11796" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1914                         Carried
27.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11797"
5693-0035-00 -     A.D. Wheeler
c/o Coastland Engineering & Surveying Ltd.
RS to R-H(G) - 18151 - 98 Avenue and 9811 Parsons Drive - to permit the creation of 9 single family, half-acre gross density lots.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11797" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1915                         DEFEATED with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve, Fomich and the Mayor against.
28.     "Surrey Land Use Contract No. 402, Authorization By-law, 1978, No. 5578 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11798"
5592-0481-00 - Martin Steward
To authorize an amendment to LUC 402 as it relates to Lot 266 (19487 - 60 Avenue)  to permit subdivision into 3 lots.
Approved by Council:  March 16, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Land Use Contract No. 402, Authorization By-law, 1978, No. 5578 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11798" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1916                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Land Use Contract No. 402, Authorization By-law, 1978, No. 5578 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11798" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1917                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Land Use Contract No. 402, Authorization By-law, 1978, No. 5578 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11798" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1918                         Carried
29.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11799"
5692-0631-00 - Debonaire Holdings Ltd.
RS to R-F(C) and R-F(R) - 16282 - 10 Avenue - to permit 15 compact housing lots and 2 single family residential lots.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11799" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1919                         Carried with Councillors Robinson and Fomich against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11799" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1920                         Carried with Councillors Robinson and Fomich against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11799" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1921                         Carried
30.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11800"
5692-0164-00 - Stan Wong
RS to R-F(R) - 16510 - 104 Avenue - to permit subdivision into 4 single family lots.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11800" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1922                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11800" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1923                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11800" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1924                         Carried
31.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11801"
5692-0467-00 - James Miller & Gordon Estrada
RS to R-F(R) - 15450 - 110A Avenue - to permit subdivision into 9 single family lots.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11801" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1925                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11801" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1926                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11801" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1927                         Carried
32.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 167 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11802"
2391-0082-00 - Rami Enterprises Ltd.
To authorize the redesignation of 13824 - 96 Avenue from "Urban (URB)" to "Commercial (COM)"
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law Nos. 11803 and 11804.
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 167 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11802" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1928                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 167 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11802" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1929                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 167 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11802" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1930                         Carried
33.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 114 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11803"
2391-0082-00 - Rami Enterprises Ltd.
To amend Chapter 4, Section C, to designate 13824 - 96 Avenue as Development Permit Area VI(16).
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-laws No. 11802 and 11804.
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 114 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11803" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1931                         Carried with the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 114 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11803" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1932                         Carried with the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 114 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11803" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1933                         Carried
34.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11804"
5691-0082-01 - Rami Enterprises Ltd.
R-F(R) to C-D - 13824 - 96 Avenue - to permit the development of a commercial building (including medical offices).
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law Nos. 11802 and 11803.
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11804" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1934                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11804" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1935                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11804" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1936                         Carried
35.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11805"
5692-0553-00 - Lubor Trubka Associates Architects
C-D to C-D - 14970/14975 - 101A Avenue and 10160 - 149 Street - to permit an increase in the number of highrise units from 285 to 345 and to amend the existing Development Permit.
Approved by Council:  March 30, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11805" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1937                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11805" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1938                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11805" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1939                         Carried
36.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 115 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11806"
2389-0689-00 - Westcraft Construction
To amend Chapter 4, Section C, to designate 4986/5064 - 192 Street and 19423 Colebrook Road as Development Permit Area LII.
Approved by Council:  March 2, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law 11807.
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 115 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11806" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1940                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 115 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11806" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1941                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 115 Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11806" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1942                         Carried
37.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11807"
5689-0689-00 - Westcraft Construction
A-3 to P-R - 4986/5064 - 192 Street and 19423 Colebrook Road - to permit the construction of an 18-hole par-3 golf course.
Approved by Council:  March 2, 1993
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law 11806.
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979,  No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11807" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1943                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11807" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1944                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11807" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1945                         Carried
38.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 111 Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10558"
5688-0655-00 - South Surrey Ventures Ltd.
To redesignate portions of the following properties from URB to COM:  15910/15930/15938/15960 Fraser Highway and 15825/15855/15921/15931 - 84 Avenue.
Approved by Council:  April 9, 1990 and March 16, 1993
This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law 10559.
*     Council is requested to rescind third reading to By-law 10558 under Resolution No. 90-2996 of the Regular Council meeting of July 23, 1990.
*     Council is requested to amend By-law 10558 to rezone portions of the site from "Urban (URB)" to "Commercial (COM)".
*     Public Hearing to be set for Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That Council rescind Resolution No. 90-2996 of the July 23, 1990, Regular Council minutes giving third reading to "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 111 Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10558."
RES.93-1946                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 111 Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10558" be amended to designate portions of the site from Urban (URB) to Commercial (COM).
RES.93-1947                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 111 Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10558" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1948                         Carried
39.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10559"
5688-0655-00 - South Surrey Ventures Ltd.
R-F to C-D - 15825, 15855, 15921 & 15931 - 84 Avenue; 15910, 15930, 15938, 15960 Fraser Highway - to permit a single phase comprehensive project consisting of a combination of low-rise apartments, townhouses, retail, theatres and offices.
Approved by Council:  April 9, 1990 and March 16, 1993
This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law 10558.
*     Council is requested to rescind third reading to By-law 10559 under Resolution No. 90-2997 of the Regular Council meeting of July 23, 1990.
*     Council is requested to amend By-law 10559 to rezone the properties from "Family Residential Zone (R-F)" to "Comprehensive Development Zone (C-D)" to permit a multi-phase comprehensive project consisting of townhouses, retail commercial/offices and a shopping centre.
*     Public Hearing to be set for Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Council rescind Resolution No. 90-2997 of the July 23, 1990, Regular Council minutes giving third reading to "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10559."
RES.93-1949                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10559" be amended to rezone the properties from "Family Residential Zone (R-F)" to "Comprehensive Development Zone (C-D)."
RES.93-1950                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1990, No. 10559" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1951                         Carried
40.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 150, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11520"
5688-0334-00 - Canlan Investment Corporation
To authorize the redesignation of a portion of 5732/44 - 168 Street from "Suburban (SUB)" to "Urban (URB)".
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law 11522.
Approved by Council:  June 16, 1992
*     By-law 11520 to be amended in Section 1 to provide for a new metes and bounds description of the area to be designated  from "Suburban (SUB)" to "Urban (URB)" as approved by Council on March 30, 1993.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That By-law 11520 be lifted from the table.
RES.93-1952                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That By-law 11520 be amended by providing a new metes and bounds description for the area to be redesignated from "Suburban (SUB)" to "Urban (URB)."
RES.93-1953                         Carried
*     It is now in order for Council to consider the following tabled motion:
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 150, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11520" pass its first reading, as amended.
RES.93-1954                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 150, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11520" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1955                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 150, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11520" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1956                         Carried
41.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 102, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11521"
5688-0334-00 - Canlan Investment Corporation
To amend Chapter 4, Section C, to designate a portion of 5732/44 - 168 Street as Development Permit Area L.
Approved by Council:  June 16, 1992
*     By-law 11521 to be filed as the purpose of the designation of a portion of the property as Development Permit Area L pertained to the previous townhouse proposal which is now not proceeding.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, Text No. 102, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11521" be filed.
RES.93-1957                         Carried
42.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11522"
5688-0334-00 - Canlan Investment Corporation
A -1 and A-3 to C-D - a portion of 5732/44 - 168 Street - to permit the development of approximately 70 single family lots; 8 one-acre gross density lots; and 36 townhouse units.
*     This By-law is proceeding in conjunction with By-law 11520.
Approved by Council:  June 16, 1992
*     By-law 11522 to be amended to rezone a portion of the property to R-F(R) and to R-H(G).
*     First and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That By-law 11522 be amended to rezone a portion of the property to "Restricted Single Family Residential Zone (R-F(R))" and "Half-Acre Residential - Gross Density Zone (R-H(G))."
RES.93-1958                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11522" pass its first reading, as amended.
RES.93-1959                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11522" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1960                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1992, No. 11522" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1961                         Carried
43.     "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 168, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11808"
2124-201-00
To authorize the redesignation of East Newton from Suburban (SUB) to Urban (URB), from Suburban (SUB) to Industrial (IND) and from Industrial (IND) to Urban (URB).
Approved by Council:  March 15, 1993
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for Thursday, May 20, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 168, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11808" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1962                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 168, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11808" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1963                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
Mayor Bose stepped down from the Chair during discussion and
Acting Mayor Hunt assumed the Chair.
It was then          Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Official Community Plan By-law, 1983, No. 7600, No. 168, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11808" be held at the Municipal Hall on Thursday, May 20, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1964                         Carried
44.     "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11751"
Guildford Hotel/P.J. Lovick Architect
Suite 200 - 4050 Gravely Street
Burnaby, B.C.   V5C 3TC
To rezone property located at 15827 - 104 Avenue from "Suburban Residential Zone (RS)" to "Tourist Commercial Zone Two (C-T(2))" to permit the construction of a three-storey motel and a restaurant, and to relax the building height, the setbacks, and the height of the main streetscape.
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That the report be received.
RES.93-1965                         Carried
Introduction, first and second readings.
Public Hearing to be set for Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Hall.
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979,  No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11751" pass its first reading.
RES.93-1966                         Carried
The said By-law was then read for the second time.
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11751" pass its second reading.
RES.93-1967                         Carried
It was then          Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That the Public Hearing on "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1979, No. 5942, Amendment By-law, 1993, No. 11751" be held at the Municipal Hall on Monday, May 17, 1993, at 7:00 p.m.
RES.93-1968                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That there be a five minute recess.
RES.93-1969                         Carried
The meeting adjourned at 9:15 p.m. and reconvened at 9:24 pm. with all members of Council, except Councillor Villeneuve, in attendance.
G.     CORPORATE REPORTS
1.     The Corporate Reports to Council, under date of April 19, 1993 were considered and dealt with as follows:
Item No. R106     Vancouver Junior Board of Trade/Jaycees (0310-001/4940-013)
The Fire Chief submitted a report concerning a request from the Vancouver Junior Board of Trade/Jaycees requesting a contribution towards the publication of a fire safety manual.
As indicated in the report, the program is not expected to be beneficial to the Surrey Fire Department; this type of solicitation draws resources from Corporate and citizen contributions and weakens the effectiveness of their programs.
The Fire Chief was recommending that the District of Surrey provide no funds to the Vancouver Junior Board of Trade/Jaycees.
It was               Moved by Councillor Ralston
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That the District of Surrey provide no funds to the Vancouver Junior Board of Trade/Jaycees.
RES.93-1970                         Carried
Item No. R107     Cloverdale Community Association Indoor Swimming Pool (0033-004/0065-012)
The General Manager of Parks & Recreation submitted a report concerning a request from the Cloverdale Community Association for a covered swimming pool for the Cloverdale area.
As indicated in the report, the demand for indoor pools has been adequately met, based on a planned population of 240,000.  The next indoor pool may be considered in 1995 when the population is expected to reach approximately 320,000.  The location chosen will be one that will benefit Guildford, Fleetwood and Cloverdale.  Further, a new Parks and Recreation Master Plan is being prepared which will include extensive public participation and standards for the provision of new pools.
The General Manager of Parks & Recommendation was recommending that the information be received and the Cloverdale Community Association be informed that they will be involved in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan process.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the information be received and the Cloverdale Community Association be informed that they will be involved in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan process.
RES.93-1971                         Carried
Item No. R108     Child Care Regulation Review (8007-000)
The General Manager of Planning & Development submitted a report concerning an invitation from the Ministry of Health to participate in a review of the Community Care Facility Act - Child Care Regulation.  The report indicated that Surrey Council adopted a Child Care Action Plan in August, 1992, which outlined the concerns with respect to the Child Care Regulation, including ways and means of encouraging more affordable and quality child care options.
The General Manager of Planning & Development was recommending that Council endorse the proposals in the report for submission to the Ministry of Health.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Ralston
That Council:
1.     Endorse the attached Child Care Regulation Brief for submission to the Ministry of Health; and
2.     Send a copy to the Boundary Health Unit for their information.
Councillor Villeneuve entered the meeting at 9:27 p.m.
Before the motion was put:
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the above motion be tabled and referred to the next Social Planning Committee meeting.
RES.93-1972                         Carried with Councillor Fomich and the Mayor against.
Item No. R109     Strata Subdivision of Duplex Lots (0023-5942)
The General Manager of Planning & Development submitted a report concerning amendment of the Strata Subdivision of Duplex Lots in the Zoning By-law.
As indicated in the report, the amendment is required to clarify the intent of the Duplex Zoning and to prevent the duplex building from turning into four-plex as a result of strata conversion.  Further, the Municipal Solicitor has been consulted regarding the proposed text amendment.
The General Manager of Planning & Development was recommending that Part XVIIIA, R-F(D) Family Residential - Duplex Zone be amended by adding the following at the end of Sub-section B.1.
"Where the land or lot is subdivided into strata lots, only one dwelling unit shall be permitted within each of the strata lots so created."
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That Part XVIIIA, R-F(D) Family Residential - Duplex Zone be amended by adding the following at the end of Sub-section B.1.
"Where the land or lot is subdivided into strata lots, only one dwelling unit shall be permitted within each of the strata lots so created."
RES.93-1973                         Carried
Item No. R110     Rezoning, Commercial Retail Units -Surrey Central Station (2122-188/3)
The General Manager of Planning & Development submitted a report concerning rezoning of the North Surrey Recreation Centre.
As indicated in the report, Council approved the development of Commercial Retail Units under the Surrey Central SkyTrain Station.  These units are located on the same legal lot as the North Surrey Recreation Centre which is currently zoned Family Residential Zone (R-F).  A rezoning of the Municipal lands is needed to make the CRU uses underneath the Station legal.  As the North Surrey Recreation Centre is located in the City Centre core, the C-C zone is appropriate and rezoning the site to C-C will facilitate the development of the CRU's and possible redevelopment of other portions of the site for future commercial uses.
The General Manager of Planning & Development was recommending that Council authorize staff to initiate the rezoning of the North Surrey Recreation Centre site from Single Family Zone (R-F) to Core Commercial Zone (C-C) to permit the development of retail space under the Surrey Central SkyTrain Station.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That Council authorize staff to initiate the rezoning of the North Surrey Recreation Centre site from Single Family Zone (R-F) to Core Commercial Zone (C-C) to permit the development of retail space under the Surrey Central SkyTrain Station.
Before the motion was put:
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That the above motion be amended to have the rezoning apply only to that portion required for the retail units under the Surrey Central SkyTrain Station.
RES.93-1974                         Carried
The main motion, as amended, was put and:
RES.93-1975                         Carried
Item No. R111     Zoning By-law Amendments (2152-13601)
The General Manager of Planning & Development submitted a report concerning amendment of the Zoning By-law to make provision for games rooms in hotels.  The report outlined the feasibility of allowing video amusement devices in large hotels and reviewed the applicable regulations and by-laws.
The General Manager of Planning & Development was recommending that the Zoning By-law be amended to make provision for games rooms in hotels as set out in the appendix.
A motion by Councillor Higginbotham that the Zoning By-law be amended to make provision for games rooms in hotels, as set out in the appendix, received no Seconder.
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the information be received.
RES.93-1976                         Carried
Item No. R112     Proposed Transit Service Reductions (4100-001)
The Deputy Municipal Engineer submitted a report responding to Council regarding proposed transit service eliminations as requested at the March 22 Regular Council.
The report indicated that the Vancouver Regional Transit Commission is proposing service reductions or eliminations on its least productive routes and B.C. Transit were requesting Municipal input into the proposed eliminations prior to their final report to the Commission.  Staff have responded by letter to B.C. Transit, objecting to the proposed elimination of service to the Sunnyside and Port Kells areas.
The Deputy Municipal Engineer was recommending that this report be received as information.
It was               Moved by Councillor Ralston
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That the report be received as information.
RES.93-1977                         Carried
Item No. R113     Application for Excess or Extended Services Cost-Sharing (5700-001/5888-0576-00-1)
The Deputy Municipal Engineer submitted a report concerning an application for excess or extended services cost-sharing.
The Deputy Municipal Engineer was recommending that, inasmuch as the request for excess or extended services cost-sharing represents an excessive cost to the Municipality, the request for cost-sharing be denied.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That inasmuch as the following application for excess or extended services cost-sharing represents an excessive cost to the Municipality, the request for cost-sharing be denied:
Developer:     Wesik Construction Ltd.
Project File:     7888-0576-00
Location:     Telegraph Trail and 98A Avenue
Sketch
No.     Latecomer File     Description of Works          Estimated Cost
1A     5888-0576-00-1          125.0m - 250.0mm dia.
          sanitary sewer on
          Telegraph Trail & 98A Ave.     $40,145.11
RES.93-1978                         Carried
Item No. R114     Amendment to Fraser Sewerage Area Boundary (7892-0591-00)
The Deputy Municipal Engineer submitted a report regarding a proposed amendment to the Fraser Sewerage Area Boundary.
The report indicated that the intent of this proposal is to facilitate the inclusion of developable areas with the Fraser Sewerage Area.
The Deputy Municipal Engineer was recommending that Council request the GVRD Board to expand the Fraser Sewerage Area to include the properties shown on Appendix I.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Council request the GVRD Board to expand the Fraser Sewerage Area to include the properties as shown on Appendix I of the April 13, 1993, Deputy Municipal Engineer's report.
RES.93-1979                         Carried
H.     CLERK'S REPORT
1.     Formal Approval of Development Variance Permits
It is in order for Council to now pass resolutions authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign the following permits:
(a)     Development Variance Permit No. 6992-0198-00
Markborough Properties Inc.
10151 King George Highway
The minimum side yard setbacks and rear yard setbacks are reduced from 7.5 metres to Zero metres to permit the subdivision of the existing shopping centre. See attached subdivision layout.
No concerns have been expressed by abutting property owners prior to printing of the agenda.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Development Variance Permit No. 6992-0198-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Variance Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit.
RES.93-1980                         Carried
(b)     Development Variance Permit No. 6992-0610-00
Intrawest Development Corporation
10899 West Whalley Ring Road
For the high rise portion of a building or structure, the minimum front and rear yard setback requirements are reduced from 7.5 metres to 4.8 metres.
For those portions of the underground parking structure which may extend above grade, the minimum rear yard setback is reduced from 7.5 metres to Zero metres, and the minimum side yard setback is reduced from 3.6 metres to Zero metres; and
The minimum number of on-site parking stalls required is reduced from 419 stalls to 312 stalls.
These variances are requested in order to permit the construction of two high-rise residential towers.  See attached site plan.
No concerns have been expressed by abutting property owners prior to printing of the agenda.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Development Variance Permit No. 6992-0610-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Variance Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit.
RES.93-1981                         Carried with Councillor Fomich against.
(c)     Development Variance Permit No. 6993-0024-00
Faam Construction Ltd.
7575 - 140 Street
The minimum rear yard setback is to be relaxed from 7.5 metres (25 feet) to 3.65 metres (12 feet) to maximize the development of this site for the construction of a 3-storey apartment building.  See attached site plan.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That the letter from Cecil Kostyshin dated April 12, 1993, listing five concerns and requesting they be addressed, be received.
RES.93-1982                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Ralston
That Development Variance Permit No. 6993-0024-00 be tabled pending a response to the points raised in the letter.
RES.93-1983                         DEFEATED with Councillors Schrenk, Watkins, Hunt, Higginbotham and Fomich against.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That the letter be referred to the administration to answer questions contained in the letter.
RES.93-1984                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Development Variance Permit No. 6993-0024-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Variance Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit.
RES.93-1985                         Carried
(d)     Development Variance Permit No. 6990-0026-00
David Chu
10557 - 144 Street
For the proposed western panhandle lot, the minimum front and rear yard setback requirements are relaxed from 7.5 metres to 1.8 metres, as shown on attached drawing 6990-0026-00(A) which forms part of this Development Variance Permit.
In granting the variations of the By-law as specified above, the following conditions are imposed:
The siting of the duplex on the proposed western lot shall not be closer than one decimal eight (1.8) metres from the east and west property lines and no closer than seven decimal five (7.5) metres from the north and south property lines.
No concerns have been expressed by abutting property owners prior to printing of the agenda.
It was               Moved by Councillor Hunt
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Development Variance Permit No. 6990-0026-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Variance Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit.
RES.93-1986                         Carried
2.     Formal Approval of Development Permits
(a)     Development Permit No. 6790-0229-00
Pacific Enterprises Ltd.
1725 - 128 Street
Memo received from the Manager, Land Use Planning & Development Department requesting Council to pass the following resolution:
"That Development Permit No. 6792-0229-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit."
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Development Permit No. 6790-0229-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit.
RES.93-1987                         Carried
(b)     Development Permit No. 6792-0610-00
Intrawest Development Corporation
10899 West Whalley Ring Road
Memo received from the Manager, Land Use Planning & Development Department requesting Council to pass the following resolution:
"That Development Permit No. 6792-0610-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit."
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That Development Permit No. 6792-0610-00 be approved; that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the Development Permit; and that Council authorize the transfer of the Permit to the heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns of the title of the land within the terms of the Permit.
RES.93-1988                         Carried
3.     Delegation Requests
(a)     Howard Eckersley
Requesting to appear before Council to discuss the concerns of the neighbourhood with respect to the development of the park/detention pond site at 18939 - 60B Avenue.
(0065-012/2152-06070)
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That Howard Eckersley be heard at Council-in-Committee.
RES.93-1989                         Carried with Councillors Watkins, Hunt and Fomich against.
(b)     Bob Kitching - Bear Creek Estates Ltd.
Requesting to appear before Council to discuss the application for Strata Conversion at 8672 Tulsy Crescent East.
(6792-0521-00)
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Robinson
That this matter be referred to staff for a response and to advise Council of the status of this application.
RES.93-1990                         Carried
(c)     Anne Sashikata - The Surrey Youth Connection
Requesting to appear before Council for the opportunity of introduction and recognition.
(0065-012/0031-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Anne Sashikata be heard at Council-in-Committee.
RES.93-1991                         Carried
(d)     Marc O'Loughlin - Robin Hood Pub & Beer Store
Requesting to appear before Council on behalf of their present application for approval of a patio at the Robin Hood Pub.
(065-012/6792-0312-00)
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That Marc O'Loughlin be heard at Council-in-Committee.
Before the motion was put:
It was               Moved by Councillor Ralston
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That this request be tabled for two weeks for a status report from Planning & Development on the application.
RES.93-1992                         Carried
4.     Beer Garden License Days - 1993
Request from the Beer Garden Review Committee requesting "That Council approve the recommendations of the Beer Garden Review Committee and that all groups receiving beer garden license days provide a detailed letter outlining where the proceeds from their event have been expended".
(2157-093)
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the following recommendations be approved:
                                   Days
                    Park/Days          Recom-
          Organizations               Requested          mended
     WHALLEY
1.     North Surrey Lions Club          Bear Creek               1
May 8
2.     North Surrey Football Assoc.     Bear Creek               2
Aug. 14 & 15
3.     Britannia Soccer Assoc.          Kwantlen               2
Aug. 28 & 29
4.     Bridgeview Community Assoc.     Bridgeview               1
June 5
5.     Price Waterhouse          Kwantlen Park               2
July 2 & 3
     GUILDFORD
6.     Newton/Whalley Slo-Pitch Assoc.     Hjorth Road          2
July 10 & 11
7.     Surrey Sunday Goodtimes League     Hjorth Road          4
July 3 & 4
Aug. 14 & 15
8.     Desperados Sports Club               Hjorth Road          2
June 12 & 13
9.     Surrey Canadian Baseball Assoc.     Lionel Courchene     1
May 8
     WEST NEWTON
10.     Surrey Men's Fastball Assoc.          Newton Athletic          6
June 19 & 20
July 24 & 25
Aug. 1 & 2
11.     Newton Men's Fastball
     July 10 & 11                                   2
12.     Touch Football B.C.               Newton Athletic          2
Aug. 14 & 15
     CLOVERDALE-EAST SURREY
13.     Port Kells/Clayton Slowpitch Assoc.     Port Kells          6
May 8 & 9
June 19 & 20
July 10 & 11
     NUMBER OF DAYS APPROVED                    33
RES.93-1993                         Carried with Councillor Hunt against.
5.     Summer Schedule
The Municipal Clerk submitted a report containing Option A and Option B selections for scheduling of meetings throughout the summer months.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That Option A be approved.
Before the motion was put, a motion to amend the above motion to add a meeting on August 30, 1993, received no Seconder.
The motion was then put and:
RES.93-1994                         Carried with Councillors Schrenk, Watkins, Hunt and Higginbotham against.
6.     British Columbia Parks & Recreation Association Conference
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That Councillors Hunt and Higginbotham be authorized to attend the 1993 BCPRA Conference, and that their expenses be paid in accordance with Council policy.
RES.93-1995                         Carried
7.     Item S83 - Zhuhai Delegation
During discussion, the Mayor stepped down from the Chair and
Acting Mayor Hunt assumed the Chair.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Item S83 be made public.
RES.93-1996                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That No. 1 on Page 2 of the report be amended to read:  "To discuss with Zhuhai Officials if there is a need to consider the specific goals and objectives for the next five-year agreement focusing on business promotion and development opportunities, both in Surrey and Zhuhai."
RES.93-1997                         Carried
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That No. 2 on Page 2 be amended to read as follows:  "To consider a plan to aid in specific business exchange activities."
RES.93-1998                         Carried with Councillor Higginbotham against.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Fomich
That the conclusion be amended in the second sentence to read:  "The trip to China this year is important to help determine if there is a need to lay the foundation for entering into a new five-year plan with Zhuhai to achieve a more fruitful twinning relationship in the future."
RES.93-1999                         Carried
I.     CORRESPONDENCE
CLERK'S REPORT TO COUNCIL ON CORRESPONDENCE ITEMS
RECOMMENDATION
THE MUNICIPAL CLERK RECOMMENDS THAT THE FOLLOWING CORRESPONDENCE ITEMS BE RECEIVED, THE ACTIONS BE APPROVED AND THE APPROPRIATE PERSON OR AGENCY BE INFORMED.
It was               Moved by Councillor Robinson
Seconded by Councillor Schrenk
That the following correspondence Items 1 to 8 be received, the actions be approved and the appropriate person or agency be informed.
RES.93-2000                         Carried
1.     Letter dated April 1, 1993 from Mr. & Mrs. Phil Unger, Mr. & Mrs. Paugh, and Mr. & Mrs. Sewek submitting a petition opposing the opening of 80th Avenue to 152 Street.
(2152-08000)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the Deputy Municipal Engineer, Public Works, who reports that Council has requested a Corporate Report on the status of 80th Avenue, and not opening 80th Avenue to 152 Street.  He, therefore, cannot respond to this petition until after the Corporate Report has been dealt with by Council.
2.     Letter dated March 26, 1993 from John & R.M. Dilworth requesting support for the continuation of bus service by Bus #358 - Sunnyside.
(4100-001)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the Deputy Municipal Engineer, Public Works, who reports that an information report to Council has been submitted concerning their Critical Route Review, based on his letter to B.C. Transit.  He supports, in principle, the objective of providing cost-effective transit service, however, other alternatives should be considered prior to eliminating service (e.g. smaller buses).  RECOMMENDATION:  That a copy of the Public Works letter to B.C. Transit (attached) be sent to the Dilworths.
3.     Letters dated March 3, 1993 from William & Theresa Schwarz, et al, objecting to the extension of 125B Street from the industrial lands to their residential neighbourhood.
(2152-12510)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the Deputy Municipal Engineer, Public Works, who indicates that he will reply to these letters after determining the basis for their concerns.  From discussions by phone, he understands that one property owner, who will likely be affected by future road concept plans, has circulated a form letter indicating that all residents of 125B Street will be affected.  This is incorrect on the basis of any plans proposed by Public Works or through Planning Concept plans.
4.     Letter dated March 18, 1993 from the British Columbia Housing Management Commission (BCHMC) outlining their 1993 Non-Profit Housing Program - Call For Expressions of Interest, changes in the procedure for proposal calls, and requesting support from the Municipality.
(2104-014/0003-008)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the General Manager, Planning & Development who indicates that Council, on January 11, 1993, has decided to allocate two Municipal sites (one in Whalley and one in Cloverdale) for the BCMHC Program.  Therefore, in response to this letter, the General Manager, Corporate Services has been advised to proceed with a local proposal call.  A report will be submitted to Council with a recommendation for Council approval after the proposals are evaluated.  It is noted that the deadline for a BCHMC submission is May 11, 1993.
5.     Letter dated March 22, 1993 from Mrs. Joan Gray expressing concern about the large houses being built in the area of 151 Street and 84 Avenue, and requesting the status of Council's request for a report on what further revisions could be made to prevent the construction of large houses in the R-F(R) Zone.
(2104-011)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the General Manager, Planning & Development, who reports that subsequent to a site inspection, it has been determined the building plans correspond to the requirements of the Zoning By-law, including site coverage and floor area ratio.  The area in question is covered by a Building Scheme and the designer has approved the plans prior to permit issuance.  In some cases, the Building Division has requested changes to the location of partitions and amenities which would make it difficult for their conversion to illegal suites.
6.     Letter dated March 31, 1993 from Greg Halsey-Brandt, Chair, Mandate and Communications Committee, Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD), inviting comments on their draft Guidelines for Public Consultation.
(0046-001)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the Manager, Public Affairs, who indicates that the document appears to be a thoughtful and thorough framework for public consultation processes, and that he will draft a response to the GVRD's request for input, a copy of which will be provided to Council.
7.     Letter dated March 8, 1993 from Crescent Beach Community Services requesting that the permit fees for the new building to be constructed at Camp Alexandra be waived.
(0310-001)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the General Manager, Planning & Development, who indicates that there is no provision in the Municipal Act for Council or Administration to waive permit fees.  However, Council may wish to consider a grant to Crescent Beach Community Services, to be considered in light of the Municipal Budget.
8.     Letter dated April 2, 1993 from K.E. Grieve suggesting the municipality offer composters to residents.
(4600-001)
COMMENT/ACTION:  This correspondence was referred to the Deputy Municipal Engineer, Public Works, who indicates that options for the distribution of composters will be reviewed this year by the Operations Division of Public Works.  This work item will be carried by the new sold waste staff person, approved by Council in the 1993 budget.  Previous staffing levels were insufficient to undertake this type of program.
Councillor Schrenk noted that reports are still pending on this issue.
INFORMATION ITEMS
ACTION ITEMS
9.     Letter dated March 1993, from Robert Dubois, Campaign Coordinator for the British Columbia Blind Sports and Recreation Association, requesting funds to support fitness activities as well as recreational and competitive sports programs for the blind and visually impaired athletes throughout British Columbia.
(0013-001/0032-001)
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Higginbotham
That the British Columbia Blind Sports and Recreation Association be advised that there are no funds available.
RES.93-2001                         Carried
10.     Letter dated April 2, 1993, from Bob Alford of the B.C. Fisheries Survival Coalition expressing their viewpoint and requesting Council's support in the fight to save B.C. Salmon as it relates to "The Aboriginal Fish Strategy" by writing Andrew Petter, Provincial Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and advising him of this municipality's concerns and workable alternative solutions to address these concerns.
(0021-001)
Council took no action to this request.
J.     NOTICE OF MOTION
1.     Softball B.C. - Application for a Liquor License
File:  0546-501
Councillor Fomich gave notice that he would be bringing forward a further motion regarding Resolution 92-4358 of the October 27, 1992 Regular Council minutes.
It was               Moved by Councillor Fomich
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Council re-endorse their approval for Softball City to operate under a Class a "B" Restaurant License and that the Liquor Control Board be notified of this approval accordingly.
RES.93-2002                         Carried with Councillor Hunt abstaining.
2.     Gurmohinder Dhami, Savita Dhami
Gurdip Singh Mundi
Ankenman Associates Architects Inc.
13547 & 13577 - 64 Avenue
(5692-0484-00 & 6792-0484-00)
Councillor Higginbotham gave notice that she would be bringing forward a further motion regarding Resolution 93-1534 of the March 30, 1993 Regular Council minutes to delete  restaurant use and add a full serve/self-serve gas station use.
It was               Moved by Councillor Higginbotham
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Council:
1.     Introduce a by-law to rezone the property from C-D to C-D according to the rezoning by-law draft attached in Appendix I, and set a date for Public Hearing.
2.     Authorize staff to draft Development Permit 6792-0484-00 in accordance with the attached permit draft and drawings (Appendix II).
3.     Instruct staff to resolve the following issues prior to final adoption:
(a)     ensure access, utilities and services are provided to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Public Works;
(b)     submission of a subdivision layout to the satisfaction of the Approving Officer;
(c)     approval from the Ministry of Transportation and Highways;
(d)     approval from the Ministry of Environment; and
(e)     amendment of the Local Area Plan.
RES.93-2003                         Carried with Councillors Robinson, Ralston, Villeneuve and the Mayor against.
3.     Integrated Bicycle Network Implementation Strategy
Councillor Villeneuve submitted the following Notice of Motion:
"That Surrey Council appoint a Bicycle Advisory
Committee to work with the Consultant on the
integrated bicycle network implementation strategy."
It was               Moved by Councillor Villeneuve
Seconded by Councillor Watkins
That Surrey Council appoint a Bicycle Advisory Committee to work with the Consultant on the integrated bicycle network implementation strategy.
RES.93-2004                         Carried
K.     ANY OTHER COMPETENT BUSINESS
1.     Transit "Enviro Levy" (4100-001)
A report is still forthcoming on this issue.
2.     ICBC
Councillor Schrenk made reference to a letter circulated this evening from ICBC indicating that they are not prepared to support a backup power system for traffic signals.
It was               Moved by Councillor Schrenk
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That ICBC be asked to reconsider their position, or alternatively, be invited to attend a Council-in-Committee meeting to discuss this issue with Council.
RES.93-2005                         Carried
3.     Traffic Signal - 20 Avenue & 176 Street
Councillor Watkins made reference to the traffic signal at 20 Avenue and 176 Street, noting that this is a pedestrian-controlled traffic signal.  Councillor Watkins advised that cars cannot see the red light from 20 Avenue.  He pointed out that he has raised this matter with the Minister, but the Minister has taken no action.
It was               Moved by Councillor Watkins
Seconded by Councillor Hunt
That this matter be referred to the Municipal Manager for a report.
RES.93-2006                         Carried
L.     ADJOURNMENT
It was               Moved by Councillor Ralston
Seconded by Councillor Villeneuve
That the Regular Council meeting do now adjourn and that the next Regular Council meeting be held on Tuesday, April 27, 1993 at 6:00 p.m.
RES.93-2007                         Carried
The Regular Council meeting adjourned at 11:00 p.m.
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