Will there be a public hearing? How can I provide comments to Council on the proposed Temporary Use Permit?

No, there will not be a public hearing. Under the Local Government Act (LGA), Section 493 enables the City to pass a TUP by resolution if the OCP enables a TUP to be permitted in a land designation of the OCP and outlines general conditions for the TUP. The City’s OCP includes this enabling legislation.

As per Section 494 of the Local Government Act, local government must give notice to owners and tenants within 100 m of the subject property and must publish a notice in a newspaper no more than 14 and no less than 3 days prior to Council consideration of the TUP. Staff have followed the required public notice requirements as per section 494 of the LGA.

All persons who believe their interest in their property is affected by the proposed permit application may provide written submissions until 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 to:

• admin@revelstoke.ca or;

• deliver their submissions to:

City of Revelstoke Administration

216 Mackenzie Avenue

PO Box 170

Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0

Please clearly write "TUP Submission – TUP2020-01” on your submission.

Please be advised that any correspondence submitted to the City in response to this Notice will form part of the public record and will appear on the City’s website as part of the meeting agenda. The City considers the author’s address relevant to Council’s consideration of this matter and will publish this personal information. Please do not include any other personal information (e.g. phone number, email address) if you do not wish this information disclosed.

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1. Further Information on TUP2020-01 Application
2. Will this development visually impact neighbouring properties within Johnson Heights?
3. Why is the City considering a Temporary Use Permit for RMR employee housing in Johnson Heights when there is a neighbourhood planning process underway?
4. Can the City refuse to accept an application for a Temporary Use Permit on the subject property?
5. Why is the workforce housing not located on lands owned by Revelstoke Mountain Resort (RMR)?
6. Will there be a public hearing? How can I provide comments to Council on the proposed Temporary Use Permit?
7. When will Council be considering the Temporary Use Permit?
8. If approved by Council, how long will this development last? Can a Temporary Use Permit be renewed?
9. What will happen when the workforce housing is no longer needed? Is the City responsible to restore the site to its original state?
10. Will this type of development impact neighbouring property values?
11. Traffic is currently an issue in Johnson Heights. Adding more vehicle trips per day will only add to the issue. How is the City addressing this?