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February 10, 2020 Council Meeting Highlights

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For City of Langley Regular Council meeting of February 10, 2020.
Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary. Council Meeting agenda is available here:  www.langleycity.ca/council-admin/city-council/council-meetings. For more information, please contact kkenney@langleycity.ca or pkusack@langleycity.ca 

Bylaw 3103 - Zoning Amendment and Development Permit (5443, 5453, 5461, 5469 Brydon Crescent)

Council gave final reading  to Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 3103 to rezone the properties located at 5443, 5453, 5461, 5469 Brydon Crescent from RS1 Single Family Residential Zone to RM3 High Density Residential Zone to accommodate a five (5) storey, 115 unit condominium apartment development.  Council also approved Development Permit DP02-19 to accommodate building height and setback variances for the development.

Bylaw 3106 - Zoning Amendment and Development Permit (20209, 20219, 20225, 20237 53A Avenue)

Council gave final reading to Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 3106 to rezone the properties located at 20209, 20219, 20225, 20237 53A Avenue from RS1 Single Family Residential Zone to RM 3 High Density Residential Zone to accommodate a five (5) storey, 69 unit condominium apartment development.  Council also approved Development Permit No. DP 03-19 to accommodate building height and setback variances for the development.

Bylaw 3119 - Advisory Planning Commission Establishment Bylaw No. 3100 Repeal Bylaw

Council gave final reading to Repeal Bylaw No. 3119 which repeals the City's Advisory Planning Commission.  Council is replacing the Commission with an Advisory Design Panel whose membership will include two architects and two landscape architects along with two city residents, two business representatives from the city and an accessibility representative.

Request from Langley District Parent Advisory Council - Restrict Selling of Vape Products Near Schools

Council passed a motion directing staff to investigate and report back to Council as part of the OCP update on the feasibility and implications of changing the City’s applicable bylaws to restrict businesses within a 2 km radius of a school from selling vape products.