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The developer is proposing to construct a new industrial structure at 904 10 ST N that DVP-the-works.pngincludes a dwelling units above the first storey each of the six industrial bays. Plans have been submitted for the structure as per the Town of Golden Zoning Bylaw 1294, 2011; however, in order to maximize the existing lot three variances are proposed:
  1. Schedule S Light Industrial – M2 zone’s section f) Minimum Yard Setbacks - Principal Building(s) and Accessory Buildings and Structures requires a Front Lot Line setback of 4.5 m: This variance allows for a reduction of the Front Lot Line setback to 3.0 m. 
  2. Section 8.7 (1) Parking Requirements: General Industrial Use requires 1 parking stall for every 50m2 of gross floor area. This variance allows for 1 parking stall for every 100 m2 of General Industrial Use gross floor area.                                                                                                 
  3. Section 7.4 (1) Landscape Buffer: Development adjacent to a residential zone shall have a landscape buffer 3.0m in width (onsite). This variance allows for a reduction to 1.25 metres in width and it shall be permitted to be located in the boulevard.
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How can I find out more?

Background information and details are available by clicking hereor may be viewed at Town Hall, from Thursday, January 14, 2021 to Tuesday, February 2, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

Due to COVID-19, Town Hall may be closed to the public, have visitation limits, or reduced hours and therefore copies of the background material will also be provided next to the bulletin board adjacent to the entrance of Council Chambers at Town Hall (810 9th Ave S.). The entrance to Council Chambers is located adjacent to Park Drive (across from Element Therapeutics).

For more information contact: Colin MacPhee, Planning and Development Technician at 250.344.2271 ext. 240 or colin.macphee@golden.ca.

How can I give feedback?

Anyone who considers themselves affected by the proposed application and wishes to register an opinion may do so by:

Written submission:

By forwarding written submissions for Council consideration (attention of the Manager of Legislative Services) by:
  1. Dropping it off at the Town Hall mail slot.
  2. By post (P.O. Box 350, Golden B.C. V0A 1H0).
  3. By email to viv.thoss@golden.ca (only emails sent to this email will form part of the Council Agenda).

Any submissions must be received by 12 pm. (noon) on Thursday, January 28, 2021.
 

Virtual Council Meeting:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the current restrictions in British Columbia, members of the public are not permitted to attend Council meetings or Public Hearings in person. As a result, Council meetings and Public Hearings are now being held electronically using Zoom. 

Joining the virtual Council Meeting

To attend the Public Hearing virtually by Zoom webinar:
  1. Click the meeting link below to join the virtual Public Hearing on February 2 at 7 p.m. Note that the Public Hearing will start following a recess of the Regular Council Meeting.
  2. Link to join meeting: https://zoom.us/j/99030675368
    Webinar ID: 990 3067 5368
  3. Follow the prompts to download and run Zoom. If required, enter the webinar ID, then click "join the webinar."
  4. Register with your first and last name.
  5. When you connect, your microphone will be muted.

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Once Mayor Oszust has announced that the meeting is open for public comment on any of the agenda items discussed, please do the following:

  1. Click the “Raise Hand” icon in the webinar controls. This will notify staff that you have raised your hand and would like to speak.
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  3. State your name, and provide your commentary or pose your question.
  4. You will have up to five minutes to speak.
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