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REGULAR MEETING OF
TOWNSHIP COUNCIL
Monday, July 6, 2009 at 7:00 p.m.
Fraser River Presentation Theatre
4th Floor, 20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley, BC

AGENDA

A. ADOPTION OF MINUTES
1. Regular Council Meeting – June 22, 2009

Recommendation that Council adopt the Minutes of the Regular Council meeting held June 22,
2009.
June 22, 2009 Regular Council Minutes.pdf

B. PRESENTATIONS

C. DELEGATIONS (UP TO 5 DELEGATIONS)

D. REPORTS TO COUNCIL

E. BYLAWS FOR FIRST AND SECOND READING

F. BYLAWS FOR FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD READING


1. Fees and Charges Report and Bylaw 2009 No. 4762
Report 09-97
File FIN 1810-20

Recommendation that Council receive the Fees and Charges report for information; and further

That Council give first, second and third readings to the Langley Fees and Charges Bylaw 2007
No. 4616 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4762.

Explanation – Bylaw No. 4762

Bylaw No. 4762 amends the Fees and Charges Bylaw 2007 No. 4616 and its amendments, to
add new fees to Recreation, Culture, and Parks Cemetery Fees and Charges - Schedule 1 and
Fire Division Fees and Charges – Schedule 7; to address new or enhanced municipal services,
and continues the consolidation of the Township of Langley’s various fees and charges bylaws.
Fees and Charges Bylaw 2009 No. 4762.pdf
2. Langley Cemetery Bylaw 1994 No. 3202 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4765
Report 09-98
File RCP 3900-20

Recommendation that Council give first, second and third reading to Langley Cemetery Bylaw
1994 No. 3202 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4765.

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Explanation – Bylaw No. 4765

Bylaw 4765 revises the Langley Cemetery Bylaw 1994 No. 3202 to remove all references to
Fees and Charges. These changes will be effective the day following adoption of Amendment
Bylaw 2009 No. 4765.

All references to Fees and Charges pertaining to cemetery operations can now be found in
Langley Fees and Charges Bylaw.
Langley Cemetery Bylaw Amendment.pdf
3. Fire Prevention Bylaw 2005 No. 4410 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4766
Report 09-103
File FIN 3900-20

Recommendation that Council give first, second and third reading to Fire Prevention Bylaw 2005
No. 4410 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4766.

Explanation – Bylaw No. 4766

This Bylaw repeals and replaces Fire Prevention Bylaw 2005 No. 4410 by deleting Schedule
“A” Fees and Charges – Cost Recovery and other housekeeping amendments. The primary
focus is to regulate fire prevention and suppression, specifically dealing with fire risks, alarms,
hazardous activities, fire emergency planning, signage, egress, flammable and combustible
liquids, fire hydrants and connections, open air burning, fees and costs, and enforcement.
All references to Fees and Charges pertaining to fire prevention can now be found in the Langley
Fees and Charges Bylaw.
Fire Prevention Bylaw.pdf

G. BYLAWS FOR CONSIDERATION AT THIRD READING

H. BYLAWS FOR FINAL ADOPTION


1. Emergency Program Bylaw
Bylaw No 4748
Report 09-88
File PROTSERV 7380-20

Recommendation that Council give final reading to “Township of Langley Emergency Program
Bylaw 2009 No. 4748”.

Explanation – Bylaw No. 4748

Bylaw No. 4748 updates the Township of Langley Emergency Program Bylaw 2003 No. 4093 to
allow Council to prepare or cause to be prepared, local emergency plans respecting preparation
for response to and recovery from emergencies and disaster, pursuant to the most recent
Provincial legislation.
Emergency Program Bylaw.pdf
2. Erosion and Sediment Control Bylaw 2006 No. 4381 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4754
Bylaw No 4754
Report 09-89
File CD 3900-25-4381

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Recommendation that Council give final reading to “Erosion and Sediment Control Bylaw 2006
No. 4381 Amendment Bylaw 2009 No. 4754”.

Explanation – Bylaw No. 4754

Bylaw No. 4754 amends Erosion and Sediment Control Bylaw 2006 No. 4381 by updating and
amending clauses and definitions for consistency with related Bylaws, Township Policies and the
current Best Management Practices for erosion and sediment control. Further it includes
previously omitted fees for service on a user pay basis .
Erosion and Sediment Control.pdf
3. Rezoning Application No. 100319 (Fernridge Place)
Bylaw No. 4729
Report 09-31
File CD 07-15-0038

Recommendation that Council give final reading to “Township of Langley Zoning Bylaw 1987
No. 2500 Amendment (Fernridge Place) Bylaw 2009 No. 4729”.

Explanation – Bylaw No. 4729

Bylaw No. 4729 rezones a 0.51 ha (1.26 acre) portion of property located at 2107 - 200 Street
from Suburban Residential SR-2 to a new Community Care Facility Zone P-2N to permit
expansion from six (6) to fifty one (51) beds of an existing specialized residential care facility for
persons with developmental disabilities.

Clerk’s Note: Please note that all development prerequisites listed in the Community Development Division
report to Council of March 23, 2009 attached to the bylaw have been satisfactorily addressed. The Public
Hearing for the bylaw was held on April 20, 2009 with 3 rd reading given on May 11, 2009.

RZ Fernridge Place.pdf
4. Rezoning Application No. 100322 Development Permit No. 100562
(96th Avenue Development Group Ltd.)
Bylaw No. 4718
Report 09-21
File CD 09-02-0139

Recommendation that Council give final reading to “Township of Langley Zoning Bylaw 1987
No. 2500 Amendment (96th Avenue Development Group Ltd.) Bylaw 2009 No. 4718”.

Explanation - Bylaw No. 4718

Bylaw No. 4718 rezones property located at 20327 96 Avenue and the vacant lands to the west
from General Industrial Zone M-2 and Rural Zone RU-1 to Comprehensive Development Zone
CD-14 to accommodate a four (4) lot service industrial / commercial subdivision.

Development Permit No. 100562

Recommendation that Council authorize Development Permit No. 100562 (96th Avenue
Development Group Ltd.) for property located at 20327 – 96 Avenue and vacant lands to the
west in accordance with Attachment B subject to the following conditions:

a) Building plans being in substantial compliance with Schedules “A” to “O”;


b) Landscape plans being in substantial compliance with Schedules “J” to “M” and in

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compliance with the Township’s Street Tree and Boulevard and Treatment program to the
acceptance of the Manager of Parks Design and Development;
c) Signage to be in substantial compliance with Schedule “N” and in compliance with the
Township of Langley Sign Bylaw;
d) Fascia signage shall consist of channel lettering;
e) Rooftop mechanical equipment to be located so that it is not visible from adjacent roads or
alternatively to be screened from view by compatible architectural treatment;
f) Garbage facilities to be located within screened enclosures and screened from view by
compatible architectural treatment;
g) Section 914.4 of the Township Zoning Bylaw 1987 No. 2500 being varied from a minimum
5.0 metre side lot line setback from a flanking street to permit a minimum 2.0 metre side lot
line setback from a flanking street as shown in Schedule “C”;

Although not part of the Development Permit requirements, the applicant is advised that prior to
the issuance of a building permit the following items will need to be finalized:

h) Landscaping (including the buffer / trail) and boulevard treatment to be secured by letter of
credit;
i) Compliance with the Township’s Exterior Lighting Impact Policy, including the provision of
an Exterior Lighting Impact Plan to the acceptance of the Manager of Permits and Licences
Department;
j) Issuance of an Erosion and Sediment Control permit in conjunction with the Township’s
Erosion and Sediment Control Bylaw;
k) Submission of a stormwater management plan to the acceptance of the General Manager of
Engineering;
l) Payment of supplemental Development Permit application fees.

Clerk’s Note: Please note that all development prerequisites listed in the Community Development Division
report to Council of February 16, 2009 attached to the Bylaw have been satisfactorily addressed. The Public
Hearing for the Bylaw was held on March 9, 2009 with 3 rd reading given on March 23, 2009. Also, please
place accompanying Development Permit No. 100562 on the same agenda for issuance by Council. Please
note that the Development Permit has been revised to reflect changes to the development plans as discussed
at the Public Hearing. At the Public Hearing, some residents from the adjacent Chelsea Green development
expressed concerns regarding potential noise exposure from the development's light industrial activities
(primarily noise generated from commercial vehicles). To reduce potential noise impacts on Chelsea Green,
the applicant has proposed to construct a landscaped 4.5 m (15 ft) high continuous concrete screen wall
along the eastern property line between buildings A and D (adjacent to the development's parking and loading
areas). According to a noise study prepared by BLK Consultants Ltd., the wall will reduce potential noise
impacts on Chelsea Green by 15 dBA or more and will be approximately 25% less than the maximum
permitted by the Township's Noise Control Bylaw. Development Permit No. 100562 has been revised as
follows: modifying Schedules F and I and adding Schedule O to show the continuous wall.

96 Avenue Development Group.pdf

I. CORRESPONDENCE

J. ASSOCIATIONS, AGENCIES AND OTHER GOVERNMENT ITEMS

K. MAYOR'S REPORT

L. METRO VANCOUVER REPRESENTATIVE'S REPORT

M. ITEMS FROM PRIOR MEETINGS

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N. ITEMS BROUGHT FORWARD FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION FROM SPECIAL CLOSED


MEETINGS

O. ITEMS FOR INFORMATION

P. ITEMS HAVING PRIOR NOTICE OF MOTION

Q. OTHER BUSINESS
1. At the June 22, 2009 Special Meeting of Council Councillor Fox provided the following
notice of motion:

Proposed Water Management Plan

Whereas there is considerable concern and continuing issues with wells and their draw on the
aquifers in the Township of Langley; and

Whereas there is need to address the issues associated with wells in an expedient manner;

Therefore be it resolved that we move to implement recommendations #1, #7, #12, #13, #21
and #23 to the proposed Water Management Plan commencing immediately; and further

That staff investigate funding for the implementation of these recommendations with the
Provincial Government; and further

That staff investigate an implementation strategy to provide an incentive to encourage residents


to cap unused wells.

R. ADDITIONAL DELEGATIONS

S. TERMINATE

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