The City of Victoria is located on the homelands of the Songhees and Esquimalt People
Meeting will recess for a lunch break between 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Proposals for the Consent Agenda:

  • C.1. - Minutes from the meeting held January 20, 2022
  • E.1. - 997 Wilmer Street: Development Variance Permit No. 00260 (Gonzales)
  • E.2. - 1344 Thurlow Road: Development Permit Application No. 000571 and Development Variance Permit Application No. 00237
  • F.1. - Restricting Sale of Cats, Dogs, and Rabbits in Victoria
  • F.2. - Proclamation - International Day of Zero Tolerance of Female Genital Mutilation

A report regarding information, analysis and recommendations for a Development Variance Permit Application for the property located at 997 Wilmer Street in order to reduce the vehicle parking requirement from one stall to zero stalls, and recommending it be approved.

A report regarding the concurrent Development Permit and Development Variance Permit applications for the property located at 1344 Thurlow Road. The first proposal, a Development Permit application, is to allow the subdivision of a lot into two separate lots: one regular lot and one panhandle lot, and for the development of a single-family dwelling on the panhandle lot. The concurrent proposal, a Development Variance Permit Application, is for the construction of a new single-family dwelling with secondary suite on the regular lot. The proposed variances are to reduce the lot width and reduce the front setback, and the report recommends that it move forward to an Opportunity for Public Comment. 

Addendum: New Item

Referred from the January 31, 2022 Special Committee of the Whole Meeting

That $150,000 is allocated towards Split-Rail Fencing funded one-time from the Building & Infrastructure Reserve and that staff provide a cost estimate for the section of fencing from the pathway inline with the totem pole and the base of Moss Street.

Referred from the November 25, 2021 Special Committee of the Whole Meeting

That staff be asked to report back at the next triannual update on the implications of allowing seasonally adjusted use, including additional vehicle access, at Clover Point until permanent changes are implemented at Clover Point.

Referred from the November 25, 2021 Special Committee of the Whole Meeting

That Council direct staff to report back as part of the 2023 budget process on undertaking public engagement for Clover Point Park planning in 2023. 

Referred from the January 27, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting

A Council Member Motion proposing grants for non-profit arts venues and performance spaces.

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