May 14, 2019: Public hearings, council meeting agenda, tables of contents
Regular council meeting will follow at the conclusion of the public hearing(s) starting at 7:00 pm, council chambers (live-streamed).
Please note public input is allowed, in-person at meetings and/or by written submission to email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org. Written submissions are not currently recorded in official minutes.
Item 1.1: “The subject lot is located at 2522 St. George Street, within the Moody Centre neighbourhood, as shown in Figure 1, and is currently occupied by a single-family dwelling. The proposal is to demolish the existing home and replace it with two new single-family residences each with a secondary suite and Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADUs) on two newly created lots should the rezoning application and subsequent subdivision application be approved.”
Item 1.2: “The subject property is approximately 809m2 (8,712ft2) in size and is located on Henry Street west of Moody Street in the Moody Centre neighbourhood. The property is currently developed with a single-family dwelling, which is proposed to be demolished as part of the subdivision and replaced with two new dwellings.”
Item 9.4 is another letter related to escalating property assessments creating hardship, excerpt below:
“THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Province of British Columbia work with municipalities to explore opportunities to support small businesses, non-profits, and arts-related businesses, including making the necessary changes to property tax classes to create a small business-related sub-class to allow municipalities to apply differentiated non-residential property tax rates to smaller businesses and cultural hubs.”
See previous post: 2019 Property Assessments, actual versus potential use, partial relief
Related, from Tri-City News: ‘Problematic’ tax hit could cost jobs, says Flavelle
The Moody Centre Community Association welcomes your comments.