DATE: Monday, April 29, 2019
TIME: 7:00 PM
PLACE: Main Floor, Cedar Centre
2316 Lakeview Drive, Blind Bay
1. Electoral Area C Development Variance Permit No. 701-86
Civic Address: 25, 6421 Eagle Bay Road
Legal Description: Strata Lot 25, Section 18, Township 23, Range 8, West of the 6th Meridian, Kamloops Division Yale District, Strata Plan KAS1797, together with an interest in the common property in proportion to the unit entitlement of the strata lot as shown on form 1 (PID: 023-518-448)
Owner: Case Holdings Ltd. and David Poggemoeller
Agent: Darrell Axani c/o Eagle Enterprises
Short Summary: The subject property is located at 25 - 6421 Eagle Bay Road in Wild Rose Bay of Electoral Area C. The lot is currently vacant and the owners are proposing to construct retaining walls along the steep slopes of the property’s upper and lower panhandle to allow driveway access to the future building site. The proposed retaining walls are located within the side parcel line setbacks and require a variance to the South Shuswap Zoning Bylaw No. 701 from 2 m to 0 m for the side parcel boundaries, prior to other approvals and to construction.
2. Electoral Area C: Lakes Zoning Amendment (Totem Pole Resort) Bylaw No. 900-20
Civic Address: 7429 Sunnybrae-Canoe Point Road, Tappen BC
Legal Description: Unsurveyed Crown foreshore being part of the bed of Shuswap Lake and fronting that part of Section 5, Township 22, Range 8, West of the 6th Meridian, Kamloops Division Yale District, shown as Common Property on Strata Plan K46
Owner: Owners Strata Plan KAS46 (Totem Pole Resort)
Applicant: Ken Hansen co/ Totem Pole Resort
Agent: Jenn Piekarczyk, Okanagan Strata Property Manager co/ Pacific Quorum Properties
Short Summary: The subject area is the foreshore adjacent to Totem Pole Resort, located at 7429 Sunnybrae-Canoe Point Road in the Bastion Bay area of Electoral Area C. Totem Pole Resort is currently permitted 25 private mooring buoys in the FM2 - Foreshore Multi-Family 2 site specific zone of Lakes Zoning Bylaw No. 900. The applicant has applied to amend the FM2 site specific zone to permit a total density of 35 private mooring buoys, allowing the resort an additional 10 private mooring buoys.
The existing 25 private mooring buoys in the FM2 zone are currently owned by 24 strata lots, as historically one strata lot has owned 2 private mooring buoys. The resort has a total of 34 strata lots and the additional 10 private mooring buoys would permit each strata lot one private mooring buoy.
3. Electoral Area C Development Variance Permit No. 701-91
Civic Address: 56-6421 Eagle Bay Road
Legal Description: Strata Lot 56, Section 18, Township 23, Range 8, West of the 6th Meridian, Kamloops Division Yale District, Strata Plan KAS1797, together with an interest in the common property in proportion to the unit entitlement of the strata lot as shown on Form 1.
Owner: Sheldon Wiebe
Short Summary: The subject property is located at 56-6421 Eagle Bay Road in Wild Rose Bay of Electoral Area C. The property owner is proposing to construct a covered outdoor kitchen and seating area, which will be attached to the existing single family dwelling. The proposed addition requires a variance to the rear parcel line setback in the South Shuswap Zoning Bylaw No. 701, prior to other approvals and to construction.
4. Electoral Area C Agricultural Land Commission LC2564C
Civic Address: 2149, 2165 and 2181 Wuori Road
Legal Description: The North West ¼, Section 4, Township 22, Range 10, West of the 6th Meridian, Kamloops Division Yale District, except the south east 10 acres and Plans H716, H9970 and KAP66486.
Owner: Geoffrey and Heather O’Brien
Short Summary: The subject property is located at 2149, 2165, and 2181 Wuori Road in the Carlin area of Electoral Area C. The property owners are applying to the ALC for non-farm use in the ALR for a third residence to be used as the primary dwelling. There are currently four single family dwellings on the property. Three of the dwellings predate the ALC and are the original farmhouses. The fourth dwelling was constructed in 2018 to replace the older primary dwelling. The property owners have noted that the older primary dwelling will be removed from the property this spring (2019).