Municinal H a l l , Surrey, B. C. Monday, March 18, 1963, Time: 2:OO P.M. A. Minutes of the regular meeting of the Council held i n the Council Chimber on Monday, M a r c h 3.8th, a t 2:OO PJ4. All t h e members w e r e present, except Counci:llor Smith, who took h i s seat as indicated i n the minutes, ADOPTION O F MINUTES (a) I t was Moved by Councillor ARdiel Seconded by Councillor Patterson That t h e minutes of t h e regular meeting of March 4th be adoDted. Carried RES,N0,471h Councillor Pearce against , Councillor Pearce s t a t e d t h a t he had requested Council t o hold up t h i r d reading of By-law No. 2022, and noted i n connection with these minutes t h a t the Council had nroceeded t o give it t h i r d reading. He s t a t e d t h a t as a r e s u l t he had not opportunity t o speak on t h e By-law a t t h i r d reading. He asked the Reeve i f there was any policv on t h i s matter of holding items for memhers of Council, and he was advised t h a t there was no policy, (b) It was I Iri RES, NO. 472h March 11th be adopted. Moved by Councillor Jones Seconded by Councillor Kuhn That t h e minutes of t h e regular meeting of Carried (c) It was Moved by Councillor Patterson Seconded bv Councillor Flegal That t h e minutes of the Council-in-Cmittee meetinq of March 4th be adopted. RES.NO.473h Carried (d) I t was Moved by Councillor Ardiel Seconded by Councillor Kuhn That t h e minutes of t h e C o u n c i l - i n - C d t t e e meeting of March 11th be adopted, RES,NO,474h Carried ( e ) I t was Moved by Councillor &diel Seconded by Counci Uori Patterson That the minutes of t h e Swcj-al Meeting of March 4th be adopted, Carried RES,N0,475h B, DELEGATIO?JS 1, MI?, Molvneux was present concerning the payment: of hospj-tal tax for the White Rock District Hospital. He s t a t e d t h a t t h e H o s D i t a l .is p r o m i n a t o expand, 322 h! ? ca and a t the present t h e the area that is taxed f m the h o s p i t a l is a l l t h a t area of Surrey lying South of 56th Avenue, together with t h e City of White Rock. M r . Molyneux claimed t h a t Surrey cannot spend money l e g a l l y outside of Surrey. He f e l t that t h e money should be spent i n Surrey, He also claimed t h a t h i s Doctor could not put him i n t h e white Rock Hospital, even though he l i v e d i n t h e area. Mr. Molyneux was advised t h a t t h e matter would be considered later i n the meeting by t h e Council, The matter was discussed later i n t h e meeting when a l l members w e r e present, W JI i rn Councillor Patterson moved, but there was no seconder, that a meeting be set up of the Hospital Liaison Cormnittee t o j-nclude Langley Hospital, and t h e Royal Colwnbian Hospital r e m s e n t a t i v e s t o discuss t h e matter of hospitals. RES.NO.476h The matter of boundaries of t h e present H o s D i t a l Districts was then discussed, and it was f e l t t h a t c l a r i f i c a t i o n on t h i s matter should be obtained before any decision w a s made, Moved by Councillor Patterson Seconded by Councillor Smith That t h i s matter be referred t o t h e Reeve and Manager f o r f u r t h e r report, Carried Mayor b u p l a s s and Alderman Hynds, and City Clerk A. T, Russell, 2. were present fram the C i t y of White R m k , and I%, Dduglass formally presented the Ceramic Mural, which had been given t o t h e Municipality i n connection with t h e opening of t h e new Hall, Mayor Douglass said he w a s sorry t h a t the Mural had not been ready f o r the Official Owning, but h e took pleasure i n n m presenting the Mural t o the Municipality. He s t a t e d t h a t Alderman Lee had worked on t h i s matter with the Architects, and as Surrey was an a g r i c u l t u r a l cammunity, the plaque remxsented a g r i c u l t u r e i n t h e form of f r u i t trees. He s t a t e d that t h e r e had always been co-operation w i t h Surrey, and he looked forward t o manv m o r e years of cooperation, The Mural was accepted with thanks by t h e Reeve, C, d REWRTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES 1, FINANCE COMMITTEE Councillor Kuhn s t a t e d t h a t t h e secession movement i n South Surrey has not helped Surrey i n t h e sale of debentures whi.ch S u m y has on t h e market a t t h e present t h e . He feels that t h e Council should take a d e f i n i t e stand on t h i s matter, 2. BOARD OF WORKS CONMITTEE (a) It was Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Shepherd , That t h e minutes of the meeting of M a r c h 4th be received. RES .NO. 477h Carried (b) It w a s t h e March 4th meeting be adopted. Moved by Councill.or Stagg Seconded by Councillor Patterson That the r e c m e n d a t i o n s of t h e minutes of Carried I I Council l o r Pearce against, 1 t 1 l 'u I n connection with these minutes, with p a r t i c u l a r reference t o Item B dealing w i t h the Program of Work, Councillor Pearce stated t h a t t h e present Tolicy of Daving mile roads does not take i n t o considerat:on largely popAated areas. He s t a t e d t h a t the mile roads being done a t present are not urgent, and could be l a i d over i n favour of other more pressing mving needs, Councillor Stagg s t a t e d that t h i s year money had been taken fm base construction and put on drainage, and the drainage is required m i n l y i n the built-up areas. Councillor Pearce moved, but there was no seconder, t h a t Item B. of these minutes be deferred t o the next Council meeting, ( c ) I t was Moved by Councillor Staigg Seconded by Councillor FFcxnich That t h e minutes of the meeting of March l l t h be rGceived, Carried RES,N0,479h ( d ) It was Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That t h e recommendations of the minutes of March l l t h be adapted, Carried RES.NO.480h The ,Clerk s t a t e d , i n connection with these minutes , t h a t Councillor Smith wanted one item held UD u n t i l h i s a r r i v a l , dealing with t h e opening of a road off 98th Avenue. The Council pointed out that the openin? of roads i s covered by Dolicy, whereby the property owne pay t h e f u l l cost, A motion by Councillor/[email protected]& the adoption of these minutes u n t i l the a r r i v a l of Counci.11o r Smith recei-ved no seconder, 3. UTILITIES E D M N A C E C0MMI'ITF:E (a> It was March 12th be received, Moved bv Councillor &diel Seconded by Councill-orb r l e g a l That the minutes of the meeting of Carried (b) I t was of March 12th be adopted, Carried ES,NO,482h 4, t Moved by Counci l l o r Patterson Seconded by Counci.llorb Stagg That t h e recommendations of the minutes PLAJlNINC AND SUBDIVISION COMMITTEE Councillor Pearce s t a t e d % t h a ta meeting would be held on Saturday, March 23rd at 1O:OO A,M, 3 24. c 5, PARKS AND FECREATION COMMITTEE (a) It was Moved by Councillor Patterson Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That t h e minutes of t h e meeting of ' March 15th be received, Carried RES.NO.483h (b) I n connection with Park Authority was discussed, and l i k e a decision on t h i s aspect of meeting t o discuss t h i s matter of RES.NO.484h these minutes t h e matter of t h e Regional Councillor Patterson s t a t e d t h a t he would t h e minutes as he w a s required t o call a zone a Regional Park Authority i n t h e near future, The Committee had r e c m e n d e d t h a t t h e Council support t h e princinle of a Regional Park Authority, provided t h a t administrative cmts do not exceed lo%, t h a t Surrey receives c r e d i t for capital expenditures already made on possible regional parks, and t h a t t h e per c a p i t a cost be fixed a t 25C per capita, It w a s f e l t t h a t t h i s per canita cost should not be fixed a t 25C Der capita, but should not exceed 25C per c a p i t a , Moved by Councillor Pattesson Seconded by Councillor Pearce That t h e Council adoDt t h e reconmendation i n regard t o the Regional Park A-uthority as outlined i n t h e minutes, with t h e amendment that Item No, 3 is to read that the contribution is to be a maxim of 25C per capita. Carried Councillor Smith entered t h e meeting a t t h i s point, It w a s RES.NO.485h Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor K u h n That the balance of t h e recamendations of t h e minutes of March 15th he adopted, Cmied (e) It was & Moved by Councill-or Patterson Seconded bv Councillor Flegal That t h e minutes of the meeting of March 11th be received, Carried RES ,NO, 486h (d) It was Moved by Councillor Patterson Seconded by Councillor h n i c h That t h e recommendations of t h e minutes of March 11th be adopted, RES.NO.487h Carried D. REPORTS Or SPECIAL COMMI'ITF,ES 1. SPECIAL COMMITEE ON ZONING BY-LAW It was decided, t h a t t h i s Camnittee would meet on March 26th a t 1:30 P.M. Y 2. SPECIAI, COMMITTEE ON AIRPORT PROPERTY Councillor Patterson stated t h a t t h e Macer was reporting on t h i s matter i n h i s report. E. REPORTS OF REPESENTATIVES ON VARIOUS BoAR9S 1. BOUNDARY HEALTH UNIT (a) In connection with t h e Surrey Health Gene., CounciI.lor Jones stated that the Kinsmen Club do have a fund from which Rr;mts are made o f o r Health Centres. Moved by Councillor Jones Seconded by Councillor Pearce That t h e Council request a p a n t frm t h e Kinsmen for t h e Surrey Health Centre building, Carried w RES.NO.489h ( b ) Councillor Flegal s t a t e d t h a t several items had been lmked i n t o along with remesentatives of the Boundary Health Unit. These included t h e subdivision on 88th Avenue, which was creating a problem, The Municiml Engineer has now looked i n t o t h i s matter. He also stated t h a t t h e Pekinp Duck ram had been investigated as t o its condition. He also s t a t e d t h a t i n South Westminster a house burned d m last year,, and the cmer wished t o ?XbUild on a 50 x 100 foot l o t , Pern6ssion t o rebuild had not been amroved by the Boundary Health Unit, due t o t h e s e p t i c tank woblem i n t h e area. I t was understood t h a t t h e owner could anpeal t h e decision through t h e Council, Moved by Councillor Smith and it was Seconded by Councillor Stagg That the m e r be advised t h a t he can appeal .this decision t o t h e Council, Carried 2. LOWER MAINLAND REGIONAL, PLANNING BOARD A l e t t e r €ran the Board was received advising that t h e Budget had been apnroved by7 t h e required maiority of the Municipalities. Moved by Councillor Pearce Seconded by Councillor F'amich That t h e l e t t e r be received and f i l e d , and t h a t h a l f of Surrey's Budget be paid now and the balance i n s i x months. RES.NO.490h Carried 3. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION OF CREAEF VANCOWET Councillor Shepherd reported briefly on the Annual dinner, which he had attended, along with t h e Reeve and Clerk. He s t a t e d t h a t the dinner was w e l l attended, and t h e Cuest Speaker w a s m o s t interesting: t o l i s t e n to. Moved bv Councillor Kuhn Seconded by1 ouncillor & d i e l That the r e p o e be received. Carried 326 4. WHITE ROCK DISTRICT HOSPITAL BOARD Councillor $.Jones s t a t e d t h a t t h e Annual Meeting was being held on March 28th. 5, NEW WESTMINSTER HARBOUR ADVISORY COMMISSION The Reeve stated t h a t he had received a copy of t h e Brief suhmitted by Crown-Zellerback Company to the Royal C d s s i o n on Pilotage, and s t a t e d t h a t one of t h e i r main submissions was t h a t t h e present swing span on the maser River Bridge be replaced by a l i f t smn. A t the m e s e n t time ships are having t d i f f i c u l t y g e t t i n g through the swing span and p i l o t s are r e l u c t a n t t o take ships through t h e swing span due t o the narrcw cpening and the distance they are i n many cases fm the-b& of the ship Moved by Councillor Jones Seconded by Councillar Kuhn That the Council endorse the Brief, and so advise the ConOnission. RES ,NO.492h Carried . 6. G m ' I E R VANCOWER WATER DISTRICT BOARD It was RES.NO.493h Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor FOmich That t h e Annual Report be received. Carried The Reeve reported t h a t the rate for water t h i s year had been increased frcvm 'f2,26C t o 12,675$ Der 1,000 gallons, u 7, SURREY ADVISO8Y PLANNING COMMISSION (a) The minutes of t h e meeting of March 6th had been received f o r adopti.on, It was Noved by Councillor F d c h Seconded by Councillor Jones That t h e r e c m e n d a t i o n s of t h e minutes be adopted, This motion was not put, as it was Moved by Councillor Pearce Seconded b s Councillor Stagg That t h e above motion be tabled u n t i l t h e next Council meeting. RES.NO.494h Carried RES,NO, 495h (b) The minutes of t h e Sbecial Meeting of March 14th w e r e submitted for adoption. These minutes covered t h e application for a Motor Hotel a t t h e King Caorge Himway and Campbell River Road, and was recammended by the Commission. Moved by Councillor F d c h Seconded by Councillor Stagg That the recommendations of t h e minutes of March 14th be adopted, Carried - Y Moved bv Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor F c d c h That t h e Council call a Public Hewing on t h i s application, t o Be heard a t 1:30 P.M. on t h e earliest Monday m s i b l e , and t h a t the By-law be given t h i r d reading after the Fublic Hearing, and t h e f i n a l adoption be held pending 131ans being submitted of the proposed developent Carried It w a s id RES, NO. 496h 8, SURREY ZONING BOARD OF PPPEAL I t was Moved by Councillor Stcigg Seconded by Councillor Tlegal That the minutes of the meeting of March 13th be received, Carried RES. NO 49 7h RES .NO.49 8h 7 Appeal No, 715 was discussed, as t o whether o r not the erection of a sign was withim their iurisdiction. Moved by Councillor Patterson It was Seconded bv Counci.llor Smith That t h i s matter be referred t o the Reeve for checking, Carried r, , id REEVE'S -~REPORT ___.__ . 1, The Reeve stated t h a t a letter had been received frm t h e Vancouver and District Labor Council complaining of the lack of proiects given by Surrey t o private contractors, and which would be covered bv wintemorks, He s t a t e d t h a t the Clerk had checked on t h i s l e t t e r znd had found t h a t they were r e f e r r i n g t o the Municipality doing the work on the o l d Municipal Hall with t h e i r m crews, The Reeve stated t h a t he had r e n l i e d t o them advising t h a t $2,200,000,00 worth of contracts had been awarded since t h e 1st of January, 1962, t o private contractors, and a l l had been covered by winterworks. Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Jones That the Council endorse the reply of the Reeve i n t h i s regard. RES.NO.499h Carried In regard t o the Liaison C d t t e e with t h e City of White Bock, t h e 2. Reeve appointed Councillors Stagg, Pearce, and Ardiel, m RES ,NO. 50 Oh The matter of posters f o r t h e Federal Election w a s discussed, and 3. t h e Reeve pointed out t h a t these w e r e prohibited by our E%-law, unless a permit was obtained f o r them, He s t a t e d t h a t one party had posted t h e required bond, and received a m d t , The Manager $tated t h a t t h i s was t h e f i r s t appl.ication received since the By-law was passed i n 1960, He stated t h a t he had discussed t h i s matter with the S o l i c i t o r , and they f e l t t h a t t h i s section of the By-law should be rewaled as it was not enforceable, Moved bv Councillor Kuhn Seconded bv Counci.lloi3 ? e w e That t h a t m r t i o n o f The By-law, being Section (9A) of Bv-law No, 1152 be remaled, Camied 328 4. Councillor Kuhn s t a t e d he would l i k e t o renort at t h i s t h e on t h e Delegation of Councillors Shepherd, Ardiel and himself, with the Dyking C d s s i o n , which met with t h e Minister of Agriculture. He s t a t e d t h a t they had met with him and had been advised by the Minister t h a t he was endeavouring t o get t o get the Nicanekl and Serpentine drainage problem covered by ARDA, He s t a t e d that there are new %70 c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s of projects under PRDA, and i f we obtain Classification A, 50% of the cost is paid by the Provincial Government, t h e Ihking C&ssion, and the Municipality, and 50% by t h e Federal Government, 1Jnder Classification B 25% is paid by t h e redera1 Covemunent I n regard t o the grant t o t h e Dvking C m i s s i o n no ccndtment was made by t h e Minister, Councillor Kuhn understood t h a t money has ncw been a p p o p r i a t e d bv the Provincial Government fop ARDA proiects. Moved by Councillor Smith Seconded by Councillor %n&ch That the report be received. Carried . RES.NO. 50lh AWOURNMENT It was then a f t e r the Special Counci.1 meeting. Moved by Councillor S d t h Seconded bv Councillor Shepherd That the Council do now adjourn u n t i l - Camied RES ,NO.S02h Council ,reconvened after t h e Special Council meeting, and it was Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Patterson That t h e Council do nclw adjourn u n t i l after u Camied KS.NO,503h On reconvening all t h e members w e r e present, and the Manager's Report under date of March 13th was considered and d e a l t with as follcws: The Manager s t a t e d hie had received a p r o p a l for settlement i n regard t o land expmnriated from Surrey for t h e Part Mann Bridge site, and r e c m e n d e d t h a t thig m;itt?r be considered by the Council, and Council a p e d t o d e a l with it i n Cannnittee. 1. RES .NO SO4h 2, In connection with the sale of t h e buj-ldine which was Dlaced on a Municpal l o t after it had been removed townnit the extension of 137 S t r e e t , the Manager recamended t h a t an estimte of the cost of adding a carport and painting of t h e inside of the building be acquired and the work be done before t h e proper% is l i s t e d for sale. H e also s t a t e d that the m e r of t h e adjacent property has been using a culvert i n f r o n t of t h i s l o t far access t o t h e rear of h i s property, and he r e c m e n d e d t h a t t h i s access be cut off, and t h a t a s h o r t portion of t h e lane be ODened t o give access t o t h e rear of h i s lot, Moved by Councillor Pearce Seconded by Councillor Smith That these two reconmendations be apnroved, Carried 3, The Manager stated t h a t he had received a request f r o m the Planner for an additional draftsman on a temporary b a s i s t o complete t h e Community Plan study, Y 3 , rui Moved by Counci l l o r S t q g Seconded by Councillor Jones That $2,500.00 be al1m:ated for an additional draftsman i n the Planner's Deprtment, Carried FGS.NO.505h RES.NO,506h RES.NO.507h In connection with t h e sewer survey f o r Newton, t h e !/lanager xworted 4, that t h e Engineer mesently emRlwed on t h e drainage study? should comnlete t h i s by the end of June, and t h e Manager recommended t h a t he be employed t o carry on a similar study for the sewer requirements of t h e Municinaliv, and Newton would be t h e first area d e a l t with. Moved by Councillor Smith Seconded bv Councillor Stagg That the Manager's r e c m e n d a t i o n be apnroved i n m l o v i n g the Engineer on t h i s study. Carried - 5. The Manager s t a t e d t h a t he had received a l e t t e r from Cedar H i l l s Ratepayers Association concerning the unfinished buildings i n t h e S t Helen's area, and they w e r e complaining of t h e i r uns?: gXLiness, and requesting t h a t some action be taken i n regard t o them, Moved by Councillor Pearce Seconded by Council1or Smith That t h e Manager contact t h e m e r on t h i s mtter t o see what can be done, and after receiving h i s advice check f u r t h e r with the S o l i c i t o r on what action t h e Council can take. Carried . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 UDd The Manager s t a t e d t h a t he had received requests fori officials t o attend the 6. Building Insmctors' Conference i n Kelawna, and also for two members of t h e Enpineer's staff t o attend a Watemorks Conference i n EuFjene, Oregon. These w e r e referred for discussion i n Committee, The Manaper reported t h a t o t put a c e i l i n g and proner l i g h t i n g i n t h e 7, Election Ram would cost $660.00 and he recommended t h a t it be done t o give an additional room for use.in the Hall. Moved bv Councj.llor Pearce Seconded by Councillori Flegal That t h i s expenditure be amroved. Carnied RES.NO.508h The Manager renorted t h a t t h e F i r e Chief mcmendecf t h a t the fol-lcwing 8. persons be appointed '%re Prevention Officers under the "Forest Act'': H. Barge T. Shepherd G , C-arner D. Shenton R.C. Feather N, Smith m -A, Shepherd A, lJack J, Menunzio L, Pearson S,V, Calla&an D, Everett H, E. W. C, Pinder f3ulman Snook C , Clake J. Vanveen 0 , Worden A, Powell r, Myttenar He also recamended t h a t the f o l l m i n g three Dersons be authorized t o issue Camp F i r e Permits: S. M. Callaghan R , C. C, (7. Clake 330, Moved by Councillor Pearce Seconded bv Councillor Stagg That t h e above recammendations be approved. Carried RFS.NO.509h RES.NO.510h 9. The Manager reported t h a t the Co-ordinating had discussed t h e Droblems which had a h e n i n regard t o t h e servicing of Municipal e q u i w n t as a r e s u l t of t h e removal of the night s h i f t , and also t h e mtter of transportation and servicing of t h e vehicles of t h e Public Safety Administrator's Depament, and t h e Manager r e e m e n d e d t h a t t h i s matter be referred t o a Camittee for consideration, Moved by Councillor Shepherd Seconded by Councillor = a n k h That t h i s mtter be referred t o the B o a r d of Works C d t t e e . Carried RES.NO.511h 1 0 , The Manager a l s o r e m r t e d t h a t the d i e s e l ~umpin the Works Yard f a i l e d , and he was able t o purchase two pumps i n gcad condition fram Grismer Motors a t a greatly reduced mice, and he had authorized these t o be purchased t o redace t h e defective one, and the other one would be i n s t a l l e d a t t h e new Works Y a r d , Moved bv Councillor Pearce Seconded bv Councillor Smith That t h e action of t h e Manager i n t h i s regzrd be approved, Carried RES.NO.512h 11, The Manager s t a t e d t h a t he had received a request f m the Engineer t o purchase a portable I-watt transmitter receiver u n i t f o r t e s t i n g by the survev cmws. Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor F d c h t That t h i s request be not granted, Carried A motion W Moved by Councillor Patterson Seconded by Councillor Smith That t h i s matter be referred t o the B o a r d of Works C d t t e e was lost, Councillors Ardiel, Smith, Pearce, Patterson, and Flegal i n favour. Councillors F d c h , Stagg, Shepherd, Jones, and Kuhn against. RES.NO.Sl3h 12. The Manager submitted a letter frm M r , Emerson, Surveyor, s t a t i n g t h a t he had p r a c t i c a l l y completed t h e survev woFk for the Cloverdale and Whalley sewers, and wished t o be retained f o r any f u r t h e r sewer survev work i n the Municipality. Council pointed out t h a t there are other sumtevcm working i n t h e Municipality who are e n t i t l e d toconsideration, Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor T d c h That M r . Eherson be advised t h a t the Municipillity is not conterndating any Dermanent appointment f o r survev work. Carried Y . 13. The Manager rewrted. t h a t the Winterworks Program had been extended t o Meiy 31st, and an amended aDplication may be required under c e r t a i n circumstances. He requested approval of making any f u r t h e r application required for wintenn70rks Moved by Councillor Stage Seconded bv Councillor That t h e Manager be granted t h i s authority. Carried I m RES.NO.514h 14. The Manager submitted a letter frm Mr, COX, S o l i c i t o r for M r , Frank A, Smith, who mms Lot 1 0 , Block 3 , Block "B", Section 27, Range 2 , Plan 1726, Evidentlv t h e assessment on t h i s groperty was increased considerably i n 1962, and when t h e e r r o r was located was reduced again i n 1963, As a r e s u l t of the increased assessment for t h e one year, which did not appeal t o t h e Court of The S o l i c i t o r was requesting P e d s i o n , h i s taxes were anaroximately $71 ,00 a refund of t h i s amount o f money t o M r . Smith, It was m i n t e d out t h a t there is no provision i n the Municinal A c t f o r the Council t o mke ans rebate or refund of taxes pursuant t o t h e A c t , Moved bv Councillor Tamich Seconded bv Council.lor Pearce That the S o l j c i t o r be advised t h a t no adjustment on t h i s mtter can be made under t h e nrovkions of the Municiml Act, RES.NO.515h Carried It was then 'rr ES.NO, 516h Moved by Cowlci l l o r Kuhn Seconded by Cound.1lor Smith That t h e Council submit a Resolution t o .the U.R,C,M, t o deal with t h i s problem, and t h e matter be considered by Councili n - C d t t e e before being s;hmitted t a the U.B.C.M. Carried 15, The f o l l m ~ i n grewrts were submitted by t h e Manager for Council's infomation: ripe Chief - for the month of February, 1963 Engineer's Progress Report for February 1963, Renort of the Public Safety Administrator for the month of February, 1963, Appraiser's Rewrt-PropeW Division for R?!bruairv 1963 Treasurer's Reports : Statement of Expenditures on Waterworks t o March 4 t h and March 11th. Statement of Expenditures by t h e Parks t o the end of February. Po%%%3ceeperts Report for t h e month of February Planner's ReDorts December, 1962, and J a n u a q , 1963. Moved by Cauncil l o r F t d c h Seconded by Councilloiq Ardiel That t h e above report:; be received. Carried - RES,NO,517h The Manager was asked t o obtain a report from t h e P:Lanner as t o whv h i s reports were so late being received bjr t h e Council. m 16, It was fi4 Moved by Councill.cr R d c h Seconded by Councillo:? Patterson Statement of E m n d i t u r e s on Sewers t o March 4th and March 11th 332 That Purchase Orders 1018l.A t o 10208A-of the U t i l i t i e s bpartment, and Purchase orders 2767B t o 3142B of t h e Municipal Stockman, he approved and authorized for pavment, and t h a t the following Durchases authorized by the Manager be anpmved: (e1 Y Book on Public Personnel Administration for Personnel Dept, $5,85 Bulletin board f o r accounts office i n t h e Welfare Department, Carden hose for use of F,C.M,P, a t Whalley sub-office, 6 wheel barraws for use of Parks Ce%r%nent on Winter Works proiects $28.95 each. 1 Router k i t , Catalogue 20 price $168,50 for use of Municipal Carpenter Shop. 2 plywcod boxes for storage of licence p l a t e s i n Trades Licence Dept, Replacement of 30-gallon water tank Health Unit Building Cloverdale $73.20, plus tax, Renovation t o cells Whalley sub-office $220,00 Construction of map holder Cloverdale Detachment R.C.M.P. $140.00 1 only copy of American College Dictionary for o f f i c e of 'ire Chief Replacement of 30-gallon h o t water tank R,C,M.P, Ekrracks, Cloverdale, Carried - (h) (i1 ( i1 RES,NO,518h - - - - 17. The Manager s t a t e d t h a t he had received a request fm t h e Welfare Administretor t o attend iz WeIfare Conference i n Kelma on Avril 16th and 17th, and this was r e f e m d to C o u n c i l - i n - C d t t e e . . RES.NO.519h 7 8, In connection with t h e B, C International Trade F a i r i n 1964 the Manager s t a t e d t h a t our oDtion of space for t h e F a i r expires on April 15th, and he understood t h a t % r m y ' s participation i n t h i s matter would be handled by the Co-ordinating Committee of the Boards of Trade. Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Smith That t h i s matter be referred t o t h e C o l ordinating C d t t e e of t h e B o a r d s of Trade for t h e i r advice p r i o r t o A m i 1 3.5th. Carried RES.NOe52Oh 19. The Manager reported that a contract had been drawn up covering t h e services of M r . Hooser as Curator far t h e Museum, and t h e salary of $2,000,00 was acceptable t o him, Moved bv Councillor Smith Seconded by Councillor Kuhn That the Council apFrove of the execution of t h i s contract by the Reeve and Clerk. Camied w - 20, The Manager s t a t e d t h a t he had mce5ved a request frm a Church on 92nd Avenue for t h r e e loads of Rr\avel on t h e i r pmmr%~. Moved by Councillor Patterson RES.NQ.521h Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That t h i s request be approved, Carried Councillors F d c h , Stagg, and Shepherd against, This matter of supplying gravel t o churches was discussed, and it w a s f e l t tfiat policv should be considered on t h i s matter, + 33 Moved by Councillor Pearce Seconded bv Councillor Ardiel That as a matter of p o l i w the Manager should be authorized t o grant up t o 5 loads of gravel t o any church. It was ml This motion was not put, as it was Cormittee for act-ion, RES .NO. 522h Moved by Counci 1 1 0 ~lJories Seconded bv Councillor Shepherd That t h i s matter be r e f e r r e d t o the Policy Camied Councillors “Omich and Stagg against , 23.. The Manager reported that the h e r Vaser Valley Exhibition Society wished t h e Council t o consider acquiring two additional parcels of land adiacent t o t h e Fair r,roUnds t o round out t h e holdings there, Moved by Councillor Kuhn Seconded by Councillor Ardi e l That t h i s matter be referred t o the Manager t o look i n t o and report t o Council. &Fried H, It w a s Moved by Councillor Shepherd Seconded by Councillor r&ch That the re3ort of the meeting with t h e Ratepayers Association remesentatives on March 7th be received, C a r r i ed 1, I I RES,NO.S24h CLERK’S REPORT - 2 , . The Clerk stated t h a t he had received an o f f e r t o purchase an old garage on Municipal amperty a t Constable Rcad and the King Ceorqe Highwav for $5.00, and the Public Safetv Administrator recommended t h a t t h e o f f e r be accepted and the garage demolished, Moved by Councillor Kuhn Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That t h i s o f f e r be accepted, w i t h the mmviso that he must clean up the s i t e of any debris afterwards, Carried RES. NO,5 2 4h (a) - The Clerk stated t h a t he had received from the S o l i c i t o r the Agreement 3. between the h e r rraser Valley Exhibition Society, the Surrey Amateur Athletic Association covering t h e t r a n s f e r of the Ccsnmuniq Centre t o t h e i u r i s d i c t i o n of the Society. Moved by Councillor Fcrnich Seconded by Councillor Kuhn That the Reeve and Clerk be authorized t o execute t h i s Agreement, Carried The Clerk submitted a mmrt on the n e c e s s w procedure under the Municpal Act for an area t o leave Surrey and i a i n with t h e C i t v of White Rack, 4, k? E=- 334 It was Moved by Councillor Smith Seconded by Councillor Shepherd That the report be received, Carried It was Moved by Councillor Stagg RES.NO.526h * m W But there w a s no seconder, That the report be received, and t h a t t h e ' South Surrey Fact Finding C d t t e e be advised t h a t the Council is not prepared t o co-o2erate on any secession of any area i n Surrev, A letter frm the Crescent Park Property Owners Association w a s read, s t a t i n g t h a t they had never been contacted by t h i s C d t t e e , and they w e r e opposed th t h e i r area b e c d n g Dart of the C i t y of White R o c k , and they f e l t t h a t the Ccuncil should take a stand on t h i s matter t o keep them i n Sumey, RES,NO.52% Councillor Kuhn s t a t e d t h a t m y woblems are a r i s i n g of a i o i n t nature between t h e City and Surrey, such as sewers, boundary reads, street lighting, and other iterw and n m hospitals and f e l t that consideration should be given t o White Iiack becminp; part of Surrey once again. Moved bv Councillor Kuhn I t was Seconded by Councillor Smith That the Council i n v i t e the C i t v of White Rock t o k i n with Surrey again, due t o t h e number of problems t h a t have arisen since its incorporation, and ma~of ~fthese could be eliminated by analgamation, Carried * 1 1 1 1 1 1 ) I t was RE:S,NO.S28h Moved by Councillor Pearce * I I Seconded by Councillor Patterson That a letter be written t o t h e Fact =inding C d t t e e by the Manager, advising them t h a t we w i l l Five what information we can t o them as t a m v e r s , but t h a t t h e Council is oDposed t o anv secessian 3f any area of Surrey, Carried 5, The Clerk reported t h a t i n connection with t h e awarding of the tenders for Bunker "B" Fuel Oil, t h e successful tenderer, B. A, Oil Cmmv, had advised him by phone today t h a t t h e p r k e quoted was not a firm quotation but was subiect t o Chanpe due t o market conditions, RES.NO.529h Moved bv Uouncillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Kuhn That if t h e B, fL 5 1 Cmpanv confirms t h e i r price is not a firm price, t h a t the motion marding than the tender be rescinded, and t h e tender be awarded t o t h e lw tenderer, Shell O i l Cmmy Ltd,, a t 1 0 , l C Der gallon, Carried I, BY-LAWS 1, "Surrey Zoning By-law, was read and reconsidered, 1958, No. 1596, Amendment By-law, 1963, No. 2022" Moved bv Councillor Smith Seconded by Councillor Jones 4- RES.NO.530h That "Surrey Zoninp By-law 1958, No. 1596, Amendment Bv-law, 1963, No, 2022" be finall\? adopted, s i m e d by the Reeve and Clerk, and sealed with t h e Corporate Seal, Carried r4 " S u m v Waterwarks P,egulation &-law, 2, No, 2030. 1960, No, 1 8 2 0 , Amendment By-law, 1963, Tabled nending apnroval of Lieutenant-rovernor i n Cauncil, "Surrev Sewerage Works No. 1 Construction and Lmn Bv-law, 1962, 3. 1934, hendment Bv-law, 1963, No, 2031", NO, Tabled T3ending apnroval of Lieutenant-Governor i n Council, " S u ~ ySewerage Works No, 3 Construction and Loan Bv-law, 1962, No, 1935, Amendment By-&aw, 1963, No. 2032", 4. Tabled pending apnroval of Lieutenant-Governor i.n Council 5, . "Surrey Sewerage Works Consolidation Bv-law, 1963 N o , 2033" Tabled pending approval of Lieutenant-covernor i n k u n c i l , 6. "Surrey Waterworks Loan &-law, 1963, No, 2035" Tabled pending amroval of Lieutenant-Covernor in Cauncil 113 RES.NO.531h "Lands Sale By-law, 1963, No. 2039" was i.ntrcduced and read f o r the 7. first time, Moved bv Councillor Ardiel Seconded bv Councillor Pearce That "Lands Sale By-law, 1963, No, 2039" pass its f i r s t reading. Carried The said Rv-law was read for a second t h e . Moved by Councillor Fcrnich Seconded by Counci 1 1 0 ~Pearce That "Lands Sale Bv-law, 1963, No, 2039" mss its second reading, Cmkd RES.NO.532h RES.NO.533h The said By-law was read for a t h i r d time, Moved bycounci l l o r %!gal Seconded by Councillor, Kuhn That "Lands Sale By-law, 1963, No, 2039" pass its t h i r d reading, Carded "Lands Purchase and Highway l'kdi.cation By-law, 1963,, No, 2040" w a s intoduced and read for the f i r s t ti.me, Moved by Cowtci l l o r & d i e l Seconded bv Councilloi~T d c h That "Lands Purchase imd Highway Dedication By-law, 1963, No, 2040" mss its f i r s t reading. Carried 8. mor RES.NO.534h 6\3 336 r- e e= RES.NO.535h The s a i d By-law was read for a second time. Moved by Councillar Shepherd Seconded by Councillor Smith That "Lands Purchase and Hiaway Dedication Bv-law, 1963, No. 2040" pass its second reading. Carried RFS.NO.53611 The s a i d By-law w a s read for a t h i r d time. Moved by Councillor Smith Seconded by Councillor Patterson That "Lands Purchase and Highwav Dedication Bv-law, 1963, No, 2040" pass its t h i r d reading, Carried M. Y - "Billboards Regulation By-law, 1 9 5 2 , Amendment Ry-law, 1960, No. 1772, 9, Amendment By-law, 1963, No. 2041" was introduced and read f o r the f i r s t t i m e , RES.NO.537h Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Pearce That "Billboards Regulation By-law, 1952 Amendment By-law, 1960, No, 1772, Amendment Bv-law, 1963, No, 2041" mss its f i r s t reading, Carried RCS.NO.538h The s a i d By-law was read for t h e second time, Moved bv Councillor Patterson Seconded by Councillor Jones That "Billboards Regulation By-law, 1952, Amendment By-law, 1960, No, 1772, Amendment By-law, 1963, No, 2041" pass its second reading , Carried RES .NO.53913 The s a i d By=law was read for the t h i r d t i m e , Moved by Councillor Smith Seconded by Counc?l l o r Kuhn That "Billboards Replati on By-law , 1952, hendment &-law, 1960, No, 1772, Amendment By-law, 1963, No, 2041" mss its t h i r d reading, Carried , J, RES,N0.540h I - MATTERS R E T R R D rROM PREVIOlJS MEETINCS FOR CONSIDERATION OR REPORT 1. Nothing f u r t h e r had been heard fm M r . Newnann concerning the relocation of h i s mink farm. Moved by Councillor rani& Seconded by Comcillor Smith That t h e Clerk write a f u r t h e r l e t t e r by registered m i l , requesting an answer t o our enquiries ' i n t h i s regard, Carried , / . P. f u r t h e r l e t t e r fm the Surrey Council of Ratepayers was received 2. concerning the matter of conflict' of i n t e r e s t by Council members They s t a t e d t h a t they Qere r e f e r r i n g t o a firm, of which a h n c i l l o r is a member, takjng action against the Municipalie on assessment a p w a l s etc, Y Moved bv Councillor Patterson Seconded bv Councillor Shepherd That the l e t t e r he received and f i l e d . Carried I t was R E S d O . 541h K, RES.NO.542h GENERAL CORPESPONDENCE A letter frcsn t h e District of North Vancouver w a s recei-ved advising I-. of the Parks Advisory meeting an March 28th. Moved by Councillor S t q R Seconded by! Councillor r a d c h That t h e l e t t e r be recPi.ved and f i l e d . Carried Pn apalication was received f a r a Welfare 1nstj.tutions licence for 2. the Abigail Lodging House a t 1547 1 6 1 s t S t r e e t . Reports had been received s t a t i n g that the aredses were s u i t a b l e for a maximum of s i x aged Dersons. - Moved bv Councillor Ardiel Seconded by Councillor ran?ch That t h i s a ~ o l i c a t ? . o nbe approved f o r not more than s i x aged persons, Carried RES.NO.543h 3. A report on the Coroner's Verdict on a fatal accident on t h e Trans Canada Highway was received fm t h e R.C.M.P. , They r e c m e n d e d street l i g h t i n g and sidewalks on t h i s section o f t h e highway, It was pointed out t h a t the Government is planning t o widen and RES.NO.544.h i n s t a l l curbs and g u t t e r s , and nothing could be done u n t i l t h i s work w a s done by the Provincial Government , Moved by Councillor Patterson Seconded by Council lor, T d c h That the letter be rec:eived and f i l e d , Carried - Earlier i n t h e meeting the matter of t h e B. C. Hydro and Pmer Authoriw right-of-way through S u m v had been discussed., and it w a s reported that the Manager had ?honed the Premier's office for an interview every day last week, exceFt Mondav, and had received no r-eplv i n regard t o an apgointment It was pointed out t h a t t h e Delegation t o Victoria on Wednesdav will endeavour t o contact the Premjer, or h i s Administmtive Assistant, i n regard t o t h i s aDpointment. 4, . RES. NO, 545h I ! A l e t t e r from the Surrev Council of Ratepavers was received endorsing the stand of Council on t h i s matter of Dmer l l n e s through S u r r e y . Moved bv Ccuncj.llor Slagg Seconded by Councilloi~Shepherd That they be advised of t h e action taken bv the Council an this matter, Carried A. letter frm M r . Gibson was also received e x p e s s i n g concern over the rimt-of-way through Panorama Fidge, and suggesting the Council follm un the Waxier's o f f e r to intervene i n t h i s matter. 33% Moved by Counci l l o r Pearce Seconded by Councill.or Smith That t h e l e t t e r be received and f i l e d , Carried ES.NO.5461.3 U Moved bv Councillor Pearce Seconded hv Councillor Smith That a l e t t e r be s e n t t o the Premier after Wednesday deploring h i s a t t i t u d e t o the Counci3.'~efforts t o contact him on t h i s right-of-way matter, It was then This motion was not put, as it was Moved by CouncilLor Pearce' Seconded by Councillor Smith That t h i s motion be tabled u n t i l the next Council meeting. Carried A letter was received fram t h e Canadian Federation of Mayors and 5, Municipalities advisinn resalutions for t h e i r Conference must be i n bv April 30th, and theReeve requested t h a t any resoluti.ons be submitted ?or the next meeting. RES. NO. 548h A letter of thanks f o r the ¢ 6, Salvation Army. Moved bv Seconded That t h e Carried grant was received f m t h e Councillor Ardiel bv Councillor Smith letter be received andl f i l e d , d An application t o erect a s2m-1 on the Trans Canada Highwav was received from J. Leavitt, advertising a r i d i n g academy _in Langley Municipality. The Fublic Safetv Pdministrator did not r e e m e n d t h e sign, as the business was not i n Surrey, and it could be erected on t h e Highway.-?.; Langlev Municipitlity. Moved by Councillor Pirdiel Seconded by Councillor F d c h That MF, k a v i t t he advised of the report. 7, RES.NO.54923. Camied RES.NO.550h A l e t t e r from the S u m v Council of Ratenavers was received 8, requesting a Council re?resentative on t h e i r Chron3.c' Hospital Cormittee , Moved by Councillor T d c h Seconded by Councillpr Ardiel That Councillor Smith be appointed as Council representative ah t h i s Ccmdttee, Carried RES,NO,551h A Notice of a Meeting of the Directors of the B. C, Aviation Council was 9. . received. Former Councillor Johnston had been e1ecT-d a Director last year on t h i s Council, Moved by Councillor Stagg Seconded by Councillor Shepherd That the letter be received and r e f e m d t o the Reeh with D o w e r t o act, Carried - - 33 10, A letter frm the Surrey ?Jykj+ngDistrict was received thanking the Council f o r sendins a Delepation w i t h them t o Victor:-a recently, Moved by Councillor Staqg Seconded bv CcrunciU o r '&ch mat t h e l e t t e r he received. Caryied m - RES.NO.552h RES.NO.553h 11. A l e t t e r f r o m the Canadian Red Cross Societv was received advising t h a t a Blood Donor Clinic would be held i n Whalley on Marc:h 26th, and requesting Council's S U ~ D O ~ ~ . Moved by Counci l l o r roniich Seconded by Councillor Pearce That t h e Council endorse t h e Blood Donor C1 i n i c Camied . Councillor Pearce stated t h a t some publj-city should be done i n regard t o t h k matter bj7 the Councfml,and t h i s matter was r e f e m s d t o him t o look i n t o , E S .NO.554h 12. A letter from the Hme Oil Distributors Ltd. was received concerning the Council's decision not t o rezone t h e i r pronerty a t t h e Southwest corner of Townline and Sandell Roads f o r a service s t a t i o n , Moved by Councillor Stqqg It was Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That t h k matter be referred t o the Planning Committee for reDort. Carried I _ - ANY OTHER CCIMPEENT BUSINESS 1, The Clerk stated t h a t i t would be necessary t o have a Court of Revisim on water and sewer rolls f o r work done under Local Improvement. Moved by Cnuncillor WLch Seconded by Councillor Flegal That the Council meet as a Court of Revision on these frontage r o l l s on A ? r i l 4th a t 7:OO P.M. Carried Councillor Smith referred t o t h e matter of grants being referred 2. t o the Recreation CanOnission, and because no Recreation Ccmni.ssion had y e t been set up no pants were being made. He c l a h e d t h i s was wo~kinga hardship on some of those requesting grants. Council m i n t e d out t h a t funds had been al1ocatc.d for these grants, t o be administered by t h e C d s s i o n , and they would he d e a l t with i n due c o m e by t h e C d s s i o n . It was decided t h a t t h e Council would meet i n Carvnittee on March 3, 25th t o discuss grants, road clasi-fication, and other matters a t 3:30 P,M. ' ! Councillor Jones s t a t e d t h a t the Covement had now erected t h e new 4, pedestrian o v e m s s on t h e Trans Canada Highway i.mmediate:Ly South of the Pattullo Bridge, and he f e l t that t h i s would be an excellent location on which t o have a sign welccsning peo9le t o S u m y , 340 ES.NO.556h Moved by Councillor Jones Seconded bv Councillor Stagg That t h e Clerk write the Minister of Htghwavs t o put a "Welcme t o Surrey" sign on t h e pedestrian overpass, Carried It was then Moved bv Councillor Pearce Seconded by Councillor Smith That t h e Council do now adiourn i n t o Council-in-Cmmittee of t h e Whole, Carried RES.NO.557h Council adiourned i n t o C d t t e e o f the Whole a t 8:lO P.M. The Council reconvened i n open Council meeting a t 8:30. P.M, Moved by Councillor Fcdch Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That t h e Council adopt ' t h e prcceedings of the Council i n Ccmmittee of t h e Whole. Carried I t was then RES.NO.558h . As t h e Council had now been s a t i s f i e d with t h e presentation made by Grosvenor-laing Developnent Ccpnpany (Canada) Limited i n connection with their develoment, it was f e l t that t h e Council could n w adopt theBy-law No. 1998. which would zone t h e i r pmperty t o c m e r c i a l a t t h e Southwest corner of 104th Avenue and 152nd S t r e e t . "Surrey Zoning By-law, 1958, No, 1596, Amendment By-law, 1962, No, 1998" was therefore read and reconsidered. RES,N0,559h Moved by Councillor S d t h Seconded by Councill.or Ardiel That "Surrey Zoning Bplaw, 1958 No, 1596, hencbnent By-law, 1962, No, 1998" be f i n a l l y adopted, signed by t h e Reeve and Clerk, and sealed with t h e Corporate Seal. Carried Unanimously Councillor Ardiel l e f t the meeti-ng at this point, ANY OTHER COMPETENT BUSINESS (CON'T) RES.NO.560h The matter of purchase of eauiment on a promsed four year rotation 5. plan as opwsed t o a three year rotation plan previously i n e f f e c t w a s b r i e f l y discussed, and a r e p r t on t h e equi.ment had been received t o study by Council, Moved by Counc%llorStagg It was Seconded by Councillor Patterson That t h e Manager call for tenders on replacement on a t h r e e year rotation ~ l m and , t h e matter be studied i n t h e meantime and considered when tenders opened. Carried Councillor Pearce brought up t h e matter of t h e Dcrwling p r o m and 6, the Glengawy propem7 being zoned, which is located on t h e South s i d e of 108th Avenue E a s t of 148th S t r e e t . Y 3 1 iprl He f e l t t h a t Council should either zone MY, Dcrwlinq'a propertv t o General Business, or rezone the Glengarry Estate p o p e w back t o Residential, I t was m i n t e d out that both these applications are i?ewrted on i n the Advisory Planning C d s s i o n minutes of March 6th, which w i l l be dealt with a t the next Council meeting, ADJOURNMENT Moved by Councillor rcanich Seconded by Councillor Ardiel That the Council da ndr~adiourn fo reconvene a t 2:OO P.M. on A p r i l 1st. Carried It was RES .NO.561h - Council adiaurned a t 8:45 P,M.
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