Report – T. Neurauter, C/Officer, September 25, 2017 (8100.20)
RE: TRIPLESHOT CROSSFONDO CYCLING EVENT Recommendation: That Council approve the occupancy of roadways on October 15, 2017 for the purposes of holding a cycling event as described in the September 8, 2017 submission from Tripleshot Youth Cycling, be approved, subject to the Event Organizer entering into a public property occupancy agreement in which it will among other standard requirements:
1. Release and indemnify the District from any claims or liability associated with the event and provide evidence of public liability insurance in the amount of not less than $5,000,000;
2. Agree to pay all invoices from the District for any possible costs incurred in connection with the event;
3.Obtain all necessary approvals from Public and Private Entities and implement the necessary actions contained in the Sector Marshalling Manual; and
4. Agree to give sufficient notice to all residents along the proposed route.
With the Corporate Officer being authorized to execute such agreement on behalf of the District of Highlands.
Report – T. Neurauter, C/Officer, September 18, 2017 (1810.02)
RE: LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FEES Recommendations: 1.That staff be directed to amend its Official Community Plan Bylaw to include an Offence and Penalty Section (when it is next Amended).
2.That staff be directed to draft an amendment to “Development Application Fees Bylaw No. 351, 2012” to reflect the proposed changes to development application fees as outlined in this report.
3.That staff be directed to draft an amendment to “Municipal Ticket Information Authorization Bylaw, No. 49, 1996” increasing the minimum fine per offence to $200.00 and the maximum fee to $1000.00 for High Priority and environmental offences as noted under schedule 2 to Bylaw No. 49, Highlands Zoning Bylaw No. 100, subsections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
4.That draft bylaws be forwarded to a future Committee of the Whole meeting, which is advertised in the Highlands Newsletter and Highlands website.
RE: BRENTWOOD ADVISORY GROUP AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES – PROVISION OF INSURANCE Recommendation: That the Mayor and Corporate Officer be authorized to enter a Service Provider Agreement with the Brentwood Advisory Group for the District to provide insurance and indemnity coverage through the Municipal Insurance Association of BC in relation to the provision of services to develop an Asset Management Plan, with the associated fee for the insurance to be paid by the consultant.
Motion: That Council move In Camera to discuss items pursuant to the Community Charter, specifically Section 90(1)a) personal information about an identifiable individual who holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee or agent of the municipality or another position appointed by the municipality.