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Council Decisions: June 28, 2022

Here is a summary of the decisions of Rocky View County Council at the June 28, 2022 Council Meeting. This is a general overview of decisions only. Details of the agenda items can be found in the meeting’s agenda and details on the specifics of the decisions can be found in the minutes of this meeting, both on the Meetings & Hearings page page. Details are also available by contacting Legislative Services at the County.

General Business

  • Council directed Administration to prepare a letter of support for the Bow Valley Agricultural Society’s grant applications to assist with capital costs related to the Indus Recreation Centre Expansion Project.
  • Council approved amendments to Langdon Recreation Grant Program Policy C-328 as part of their regular policy review process.
  • Council received, for information, a debrief report from Legislative and Intergovernmental Services regarding the 2021 Municipal Election including new electoral boundaries, conducting the senate and referendum votes, and adhering to recent Local Authorities Election Act amendments regarding campaign financing rules, third party advertising, and nomination periods. Council then approved a motion arising directing Administration to prepare a report on the feasibility of creating a list of electors by January 31, 2023.
  • Council approved Procedure Bylaw C-8277-2022 reflecting the current procedures of Council, County boards and committees, and in response to recent amendments to the Municipal Government Act. Council then approved a motion arising directing Administration to prepare a report with an analysis and options for the County’s planning application process and first reading process by the September 13, 2022 Council Meeting.
  • Council provided an update on the latest activities regarding municipal and community committees including the Calgary Metropolitan Region Board. Specific details can be reviewed on the meeting’s livestream video.
  • Council received, for information, an update on the 2022 Council Priorities and Significant Issues list, including all active, ongoing and pending priorities and initiatives to assist council on the status of business items.

Planning and Development

  • Division 3 – File: PL20210179 (07935003/6004), Bylaw C-8295-2022, Road Closure Item: To close the road allowance between the east half of Section 35 and the west half of Section 36 within Township 27, Range 05, West of the 5th Meridian and consolidate it into one parcel to be made from the SE-35 and SW-36. Considered under the County Plan. Refused.
  • Division 4 – File: PL20210089 (07711001), Bylaw C-8192-2021, Redesignation Item: To redesignate a portion of the subject lands from Agricultural, General District to Residential, Rural District to facilitate the creation of a ± 4.20 hectare (± 10.38 acre) parcel with a ± 58.12 hectare (± 143.62 acre) remainder. Considered under the County Plan. Approved with amendments.
  • Division 3 – File: PL20210157 (10025001), Bylaw C-8260-2022, Redesignation Item: To redesignate the subject lands from Agricultural, General District to Agricultural, Small Parcel District to facilitate the creation of a ± 28.82 hectare (± 71.22 acre) parcel with a ± 27.26 hectare (± 67.36 acre) remainder. Considered under the County Plan. Approved.
  • Division 3 – File: PL20210108 (07936001, Subdivision Application Item: To create a ± 8.30 hectare (± 20.52 acre) parcel with a ± 55.57 hectare (± 137.34 acre) remainder. Considered under the County Plan. Approved.

First Readings

  • Division 3 – File: PL20210146 (07923023), Bylaw 8305-2022, Redesignation Item: To redesignate the subject land from Agricultural, General District to Agricultural, Small Parcel District to facilitate the creation of a 8.1 hectare (20 acre) new lot and a 8.1 hectare (20 acre) agricultural remainder. First Reading approved.

Closed Session

  • Council moved into a closed session to consider the confidential item “Proposed City of Calgary Annexation Negotiations” under Sections 21, 24, and 25 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Council moved back into the public session, with no follow-up action.

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