Public Notice Archive 2019

The following notices have been modified.  For full information, please contact Community Planning and Development.

Development Variance Permit, 176 Ocelot Way

Update, 5 July 2019:

On 24 June 2019, Kitimat Council approved a development variance permit for 176 Ocelot Way.  Permit reduces Minimum Distance Between Buildings from 3 metres to 1.5 metres, to allow construction of the Administrative and Service Building Area of the LNG Canada site.  Approval has the following conditions:

(a)  Compliance with terms of Release Letter from Ministry of Environment dated 19 May 2019, regarding contaminated sites legislation and supporting documents and protocols; a copy is attached;
(b)  Compliance with BC Building Code and BC Fire Code with respect to construction requirements for building separation; and
(c)  Permit expires on 24 June 2021, if building permit is not issued.  

JGC Fluor applied for a development variance permit for construction of Administration and Service Building Area of the LNG Canada project.  Proposed area will be a complex of seven buildings connected by covered walkways.  Connected buildings are the main administration centre, central control room building, laboratory, change room, materials warehouse, central workshop, and fire station.  Enclosed walkways will allow personnel to walk between buildings year round. 

Where proposed walkways run parallel to a building, proposed distance between walkway and building will be 1.5 metres.  Kitimat Municipal Code requires distance between buildings on the same lot to be three metres or nil.

Location: 176 Ocelot Way, LNG Canada Site

More Informtion

ApplicationSite Plan, and other background material is available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8900, dok@kitimat.ca.

Development Permit, 724 and 728 Kuldo Boulevard

Update: 5 July 2019:

On 2 July 2019, Kitimat Council approved a development permit to allow exterior updates at 724 and 728 Kuldo Boulevard.  Complex is commonly known as Kuldo Suites.  Permit is approved with the following conditions:

  1. Any replacement of grass or blacktop to use permeable hard surfaces and landscaping with a mix of trees, shrubs, and plantings appropriate to Kitimat climate; and
  2. Permit expires on 2 July 2021, if building permit is not issued.  

Council requests that the property owner and developer consider adding outdoor or garden space to encourage social interaction and provide gathering space for residents.  Not included as a condition of the development permit, this would add value to the property and enhance the public realm of this property.    

Property owners at 724 and 728 Kuldo Boulevard  applied for a development permit to allow updates to exterior siding and windows.  Buildings are part of an eight building complex known as Kuldo Suites.  Development Permit 01-2013 was issued on 28 February 2013, and expired two years later.  Permit allowed updates to all buildings in complex; however, only four of eight buildings were completed.  Proposed siding and windows will match updates to other buildings within the complex that were completed between 2013 and 2015 (see photos).  Applicant has indicated that updates to remaining buildings may come in 2020.  A new development permit will be required for further upgrades.    

Location: 724 and 728 Kuldo Boulevard

More Information

ApplicationSite Plan, and other background material is available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8900, dok@kitimat.ca.

Development Variance Permit, 179 Chinook Avenue

Update: 13 June 2019

On Monday, 10 June 2019, Kitimat Council approved a development variance permit to allow construction of a passive solar greenhouse at 179 Chinook Avenue, with the following conditions:

(a)  Rear yard of 1.5 metres or more is maintained;
(b)  Greenhouse does not exceed 4.5 metres in total height;
(c)  Drainage from proposed structures comply with District standards;
(d)  Legal survey at time of installing footings or foundation to confirm minimum rear yard of 1.5 metres; and
(e)  Permit expiration of 10 June 2021 if building permit has not been issued. 

Property owners of 179 Chinook Avenue applied to construct a passive solar greenhouse. Kitimat Municipal Code requires 9m rear yard. Proposed greenhouse will be 1.5m from rear property line, measuring 4.3m high at the peak. Placement and orientation of greenhouse is to maximize solar gain.  

Location:  179 Chinook Avenue

More Information

Applicationdesign concepts, and site plan are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning & Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.

Development Variance Permit, 330 Enterprise Avenue

Update: 13 June 2019

On Monday, 10 June 2019, Kitimat Council approved a development variance permit to allow construction of a new All West Glass facility at 330 Enterprise Avenue, with the following conditions:

(a)  Legal survey when footings or foundation are installed confirms:
  i.   Front yard abutting 4th Street of minimum 1.7m is maintained;
  ii.  Driveway with access from Industrial Avenue maintains width of 13.41m or less;
  iii. Driveway on Industrial Avenue is minimum 6m from intersection at Industrial Avenue and 4th Street;
(b)  Drainage from proposed structures comply with District of Kitimat standards;
(c)  Permit expires of 10 June 2021, if building permit has not been issued. 

Application

Property owners of 330 Enterprise Avenue sapplied to construct a new shop for All West Glass. Kitimat Municipal Code requires 4.5m front yards and allows up to 5m driveway access. Proposed building will be 1.7m from property line facing 4th Street. Proposed driveway access from Industrial Avenue will be 13.41m to allow for larger vehicles to access service bays.   

Location: 330 Enterprise Avenue

More Information

Applicationsite plans, and precedent image are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning & Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.

Development Variance Permit, 64 Anderson Avenue

Update: 13 June 2019

On Monday, 10 June 2019, Kitimat Council approved a development variance permit to allow construction of a shed at 64 Anderson street, with the following conditions:

(a)  Rear yard of two metres or more is maintained;
(b)  Shed does not exceed five metres measured to mid-pitch;
(c)  Drainage from proposed structure comply with District of Kitimat standards;
(d)  Legal survey at time of installing footings or foundation confirms minimum rear yard of two metres; and
(e)  Permit expires of 10 June 2021 if building permit has not been issued. 

Application

Property owners of 64 Anderson Street applied to construct a new shed. Kitimat Municipal Code requires 7.5m rear yard. Proposed building will be 2m from rear property line, measuring 5m high at mid-pitch and 5.65m at the peak. 

Location: 64 Anderson Street

More Information

ApplicationSite Plans and renderings are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning & Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.

Temproray Use Permit, Coastal GasLink

Update:

THAT Director of Community Planning & Development approve the temporary use permit application submitted by Macro Speicapag Joint Venture for to establish mechanical shops, site offices and a lay down yard on the Metre Station project site at 1.2km of South Hirsch Main Forest Service Road be issued for three years, conditional on:

(a)  Provincial tenure maintained in good standing;

(b)  Compliance with provincial and municipal regulations, including all provincial reclamation and safety standards; and

(c)  Valid municipal business license.

 

TUP was approved 6 June by Director of Community Planning and Development.

 

More Information?

The application, public comment received, and other background material is available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays. Most of this information is also available at www.kitimat.ca/pn. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning & Development at 250-632-8910. 

 

Development Variance Permit, 71 Swallow Street

Update: 22 May 2019

Kitimat Council has approved a development variance permit for 71 Swallow Street to construct a detached workshop. Kitimat Municipal Code (KMC) requires 7.5m rear yard. Proposed building will be 1.14m from rear property line and 3.75m high measured to mid-pitch, 4.4m at the peak.  

Location: 71 Swallow Street

More Information

Applicationsite plan, and elevation are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning & Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.

Downtown Revitalization Area Development Permit, City Centre Mall

Update:  22 May 2019

Kitimat Council has approved a Downtown Revitalization Area Development Permit (DRA-DP) to update exterior portions City Centre Mall, with conditions:
a.    THAT City Centre Mall work with District staff to ensure improvements, including building façade and landscaping fit with design concepts in Downtown Design Guidelines;
b.    THAT design and landscaping work be completed to improve accessibility to City Centre Mall; and
c.    THAT City Centre Mall aligns future improvements with future Downtown Master Plan and Design Guidelines. 

Proposed renovations will update Upper City Centre Mall to match façade of MStar Hotel.  Sections and columns will match brick façade, with tan stucco similar to that shown here.  Updates include removal of vent casings in favour of new seating spaces and landscaping.   

Updates facing Shopper’s Drug Mart will include new landscaping and a recycle centre next to MStar Hotel.  West facing wall between lower entrance and Scotiabank will be updated with new second floor windows matching those above marquee.  Remainder of wall will be painted to match façade of MStar Hotel and new offices shown here

Construction is expected until spring 2022. Entire project includes renovations to mall interior, new flooring and elevator that are outside scope of development permit. 

Exterior renovations must meet requirements of Downtown Design Guidelines.  Guidelines may be reviewed on the District website.  

Location: Renovations are proposed to Upper mall and west side facades shown in Location Map

More Information

Application and any additional materials are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.  Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning & Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.

Development Variance Permit, 77 Anderson Street

Update: 22 May 2019

Kitimat Council has approved a Development Variance Permit for 77 Anderson Street, to construct a workshop at 77 Anderson Street within 2.0 metres from rear property line and height of 5.0 metres measured to mid-pitch, be approved, conditional on:
(a)  Completion of compaction test by a registered geotechnical professional to confirm stability of backfill;
(b)  Inspection of retaining structure at rear property line to ensure safety of backfill material and to prevent encroachment onto abutting properties;
(c)  Drainage path maintained inside all property lines to manage runoff from lands above to lands below, or redirected to another locations approved by Municipal Engineer;
(d)  Legal survey to establish:
i.       Location of all property lines to confirm retaining structures are within legal parcel;
ii.      Natural ground level at site of proposed workshop from which building height will be measured;
iii.        Minimum rear and side yards are maintained before installing footings or foundation;
(e)  Permit expiration of 06 May 2021 if workshop is not constructed; and
(f)   Cedar hedge is installed as screen for retaining structure.  

Property owners at 77 Anderson Street applied for a variance to construct a proposed workshop to be constructed within the rear yard setback.  Proposed structure will be 2 metres from the rear property line and 5m in height measured to mid-pitch.  Property is zoned R2-A Two Family Detached Residential.  Kitimat Municipal Code requires 7.5 metre rear yards.  

Location: 77 Anderson Street

More Information

Applicationsite plan and renderings, and additional material are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday from 15 April to 7 May 2019, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.  

Development Permit, Horizon North, Fairfield Hotel and Suites

Update: Permit Approved, 6 May 2019

On Monday, 6 May 2019, Kitimat Council approved a development permit for Fairfield Hotel and Suites, with the following conditions:

1. Development corresponds to Proposed Site Plan DP 1 .0 dated 22 March 2019 and attached to Development Permit as Schedule A;
2. Building finishes correspond with Drawing DP8.0 dated 22 March 2019 and attached to Development Permit as Schedule B;
3. Landscaping corresponds to plan numbers: LDP-1; LDP-2; and LDP-3 dated 22 March 2019 and attached to Development Permit as Schedule C, with additions and minor modifications approved in advance of installation by the Municipal Planning Officer;
4. Landscaping completed within two years of occupancy permit;
5. Landscaping bond of $20,000 is maintained for one year after plantings are determined to be free-growing;
6. Landscaping in Highway 37 right-of-way not include wildflowers as requested by Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure;
7. Restrictions of drainage covenant be followed; and
8. Fire lane is identified by appropriate signs; and emergency access routes maintained to satisfaction of the Fire Chief.”

LocationHighway Gateway Development Permit Area, 28 Highway 37

More Information

Applicationsite plan and renderings, and additional material are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8910, dok@kitimat.ca.  

Development Permit, Pace Realty

Update: 25 April 2019

Director of Community Planning and Development has approved a Downtown Revitalization Area Development Permit for Pace Realty at 252 City Centre. 

Business Owner is permitted to install a sign for a new store in City Centre Mall. Proposed sign will be installed below mall overhang, left of upper mall entrance. The sign will be partially illuminated with LED lit face on a brushed aluminium panel, 2.54cm (1”) clear acrylic push through letters and graphics.

Sign must meet requirements of Downtown Design Guidelines.

Where is it?    252 City Centre Mall

More Information

Application and design details are available on request at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8910.

Thank you for your on-going interest in revitalizing downtown Kitimat. 

Development Permit, Small Town Vapes

Update: 17 April 2019

Public comment for this application has closed.  A decision will be posted in the coming days. 

Application

Business Owner applied to install a sign for a new store in City Centre Mall. Proposed sign will be installed on mall siding at the same height as other businesses, such as Telus, Bradley’s Bait and Tackle, and Scotiabank. The sign will not be illuminated and on an aluminium base that is non-reflective and non-metallic. Sign must meet requirements in Downtown Design Guidelines.  

Location: 209 City Centre Mall

More Information

Application and any additional material are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.  Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8910.

Density Benefit OCP Amendment Bylaw 1933

Update: 1 April 2019

Kitimat Council has adopted Density Benefits Policy OCP Amendment Bylaw 1933.  Amendment adds policies to the Official Community Plan to confirm a willingness to consider adding density with number of units to be determined at time of rezoning.  Negotiated commitments would be secured through s.219 covenant or s.483 Housing Agreement.  No property owner or developer would be guaranteed additional density in return for a pre-determined number of accessible or affordable housing units.  Housing Diversity Policy 4.3.3 is also amended to reflect current conditions. 

Recommendation 16 of the Kitimat Housing Action Plan states “the OCP should be amended to establish a general policy that inclusion of affordable and accessible rental housing may be a condition of residential rezoning”. At Council's direction, density benefits will be considered for amenities including accessible, affordable and rental housing; regenerative landscape design, green water management and storm water management and drainage systems, active transportation, energy efficient building construction, and electric vehicle charging stations, 

Need More Information?

BylawCouncil Reports, and background material are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.  Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8900.

Multi-Family Development Permit: 1851 Kingfisher Avenue

28 February 2019 Update
Applicant has withdrawn this application until further notice. If project is to proceed, a new application will be required.  

Background

Kingfisher Development Corporation had applied for a new development permit for a 5-building, 40-unit townhouse complex at 1851 Kingfisher Avenue. Application was to updated a previous development permit that has expired.  

Location

Proposed location is north of Margetts Street on “Kingfisher North”. The existing driveway that is used to access the Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club will become a municipal road.

More Information

Site PlanLandscape PlanStreetscape, and Council Reports may be viewed at the District of Kitimat office, 270 City Centre, 8:30a.m. - 5:00 p.m., excluding weekends and statutory holidays.

Zoning and OCP Amendment for 461 Quatsino Boulevard

Status: Kitimat Council adopted Bylaw 1934 on 4 March 2019

Update
Public Hearing has been scheduled for 4 March at the LUSO Canadian Association Multi-purpose Hall. See below for more information.

Background
Boni Maddison on behalf of Tamitik Status of Women (TSW), and with approval of DOK, submitted an Official Community Plan (OCP) and zoning amendment application on behalf of Tamitik Status of Women (TSW) to permit a mixed use development consisting of commercial, offices, transition housing, second stage housing, and affordable rental housing. The amendment would allow TSW to establish a main location for the organization’s many community programs, services and supportive housing units.

More Information
The bylaw, Council resolution, staff report, application, public comment received, and other background material are available for review at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1:00-4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays. Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8900.

Providing Comment
Anyone wishing to comment on this issue may provide written comment to Mayor and Council c/o 270 City Centre, V8C 2H7; fax 250-632-4995; or email dok@kitimat.ca.  

  • Comment received before noon on Thursday, 28 February 2019 will be included in a report to Kitimat Council that will be circulated in advance of the Public Hearing on 4 March
  • Comment received between noon 28 February and noon on Monday, 4 March 2019 will be read before Council at the Public Hearing on 4 March
  • You may speak, or deliver written comment, at the Public Hearing on 4 March

Public Hearing will be held at the Luso Canadian Association Multi-Purpose Hall, 159 Konigus Street, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, 4 March 2019.

Public Handbook

Application

Resolution 14 Jan

Application

Zoning Stats

Additional Documents
Building Height Comparison

Shadow StudyShadow Study revision Feb 2019

Tree Assessment Letter

NIMBY Package provided by TSW

TSW - Benefits of the Project

Map requested by Coast Mountain School District

Frequently Asked Questions (26 Feb 2019)

461 Quatsino Lot Dimensions

461 Quatsino Portion of Land Gifted in Principle Dimensions

TSW - Housing Project

Bylaw

Bylaw No. 1934

Bylaw Updates

Council Reports
Council Report - 25 February 2019
Council Report - 19 February 2019
Council Report - 11 February 2019
Council Report - 28 January 2019
Council Reports - Nov 2018- 21 Jan 2019
Minutes

Council Minutes 

Advisory Planning Commission

Housing Committee

Presentations

TSW Presentation

TSW Project Team Presentation

TSW Imagery

DOK Presentation to Coast Mountain School District

Tammy and John DeMedeiros Presentation

Notice to Public

Notice to Neighbours - February 2019

Notice to Neighbours - November 2018

Context Image 90 m - November 2018

Agency Referral

BC Housing Delegation

BC Housing (Armin Amrolia) - 11 January 2019

BC Housing (Sairoz Sekhon) - 10 January 2019

Northern Health Letter

Letter to Coast Mountain School District

Coast Mountain School District Trustee inquiry - 22 February 2019

Coast Mountain Board of Education School District 82 - 25 February 2019

Haisla Nation Council -referral letter response - 1 March 2019

Haisla Nation Council - 1 March 2019

Site Selection

DOK Alternative Sites Files

The attached files were provided to TSW during project development team's review of potential project sites. 

Open House (February 2019)

Open House Posters

Submitted Comment Forms

Public Comment

Allen, Dan and Tanya - 12 December 2018

Allen, Tanya and Dan  - 14 January 2019

Allen, Tanya and Dan - 4 March 2019

Beauchamp, Renee - 4 March 2019

Boudreau, Lucille  - 11 December 2018

Boughton Law - 23 November 2018

Boughton Law - 14 January 2019

Bringleson, Karen - 28 February 2019

Burnett, Roma - 20 December 2018 

Burnett, Roma  (2) - 11 January 2019

Carter, Daniel - 12 January 2019

Christie, Ben - 26 February 2019

Clark Wilson - 14 January 2019

Cook, Ken - 14 January 2019

Cook, Scott  - 10 December 2018

De Medeiros, Branden - 17 December 2018

De Medeiros, Branden - 14 January 2019

De Medeiros, John  - 12 December 2018

De Medeiros, John  - 13 January 2019

De Medeiros, Tammy  - 11 January 2019

De Medeiros, Tammy and John  - 28 November 2018

De Medeiros, Tammy and John - 18 January 2019

De Medeiros, Tammy and John - 4 March 2019

DeSousa, Sylvia  - 8 January 2019

Doherty-Maggs, Christine  - 12 December 2018

Donesley, Carmen - 4 March 2019

Grant, Wade - 1 March 2019

Guite, Kristin - 3 March 2019

Guizzo, Moreno and Hueylin - 28 February 2019

Gunn, Teresa - 12 January 2019

Gunn, Teresa and Mike  - 3 December 2018

Hittel, Tracey - 10 December 2018

Jay, Susan - 11 February 2019

Kearley, Bill  - 14 January 2019

Kearly, Bill - 17 January 2019

Kearley, Bill - 22 January 2019

Kearley, Bill - 22 January 2019

Kearley, Bill - 27 January 2019

Kochan, Brian and Brenda  - 12 December 2018

Levac, Dr. Leah  - 11 January 2019

MacDonald, Carol  - 8 January 2019

MacDonald, Carol - 4 March 2019

MacKay, Cidalia  - 10 January 2019

Martins, Amanda - 12 February 2019

McIlwrath, Martin - 12 December 2018

McIlwrath, Martin - 14 January 2019

McLeod, Kelli - 28 February 2019

Medynski, Lisa  - 10 December 2018

Mendoza, April - 28 February 2019

Milne, Jason and Tracy - 12 December 2018

Olson, Sean - 10 December 2018

Oviatt, Debbie  - 28 November 2018

Oviatt, Debbie - 7 January 2019

Oviatt, Debbie - 13 January 2019

Oviatt, Debbie - 18 January 2019

Oviatt, Debbie - 3 March 2019

Oviatt, Jack - 26 November 2018

Oviatt, Jack  (Shadow Work) - 26 November 2018revision 1 submitted 12 January 2019

Oviatt, Jack - 23 January 2018

Oviatt, Jack - 19 February 2019

Parrill, Serina  - 12 January 2019

Penner, Linda - 25 February 2019

Penner, Marli - 12 December 2018

Penner, Marli - 10 February 2019

Ramdatt, Jacqueline - 14 January 2019

Rasmussen, Kristin  - 14 January 2019

Rauhanen, Debbie - 12 December 2018

Rauhanen, Debbie - 13 January 2019

Rexin, Tanya  - 10 January 2019

Rinquinha, Anastasia  - 10 January 2019

Rolica, Stacy - 13 January 2019

Rolica, Stacy  - 13 January 2019

Seaby, Gwen - 15 February 2019

Slanina, Angelina - 2 March 2019

Slanina, Christie - 2 March 2019

Slanina, Rob - 2 March 2019

Steponavicius, Reni  - 26 November 2018

Thomson, Doug  - 12 January 2019

Thomson, Doug - 14 January 2019

Trigo, Luis - 4 March 2019

Viens, Luc  - 14 January 2019

Viens, Luc - 17 December 2018

Wasyleski, Kimberly - 10 December 2018

Wasyleski, Kimberly - 13 January 2019

Wright, Amber - 28 February 2019

Zantovsky, Rhonda - 12 January 2019

 

2017 Letters of Support (submitted by Terra Housing, 11 December 2018)

Petition (submitted by Debbie Rauhanen, 17 December 2018)

 

Organization, Commissions, and Associations:

Advisory Commission for Persons with Disabilities - 11 December 2018

Kitimat Community Development Centre - 11 December 2018

BC Non-Profit Housing Association - 12 December 2018

Tamitik Status of Women - 26 January 2019

BC Society of Transition Houses - 27 February 2019

Ending Violence Association of BC - 27 February 2019

Northern Society for Domestic Peace - 28 February 2019

Pacific Northwest Division of Family Practice - 28 February 2019

North Coast Transition Society - 28 February 2019

Ksan Society - 28 February 2019

Ishtar Women's Resource Society - 1 March 2019

 

Development Variance Permit - 38 Starling Street

Background

The property owners of 38 Starling Street seek a development variance permit (DVP) to construct a garage to replace an existing carport. Kitimat Municipal Code requires 4.5m front yard. Proposed building will be 3.35m from front property line and 3.56m to top of roof. Current carport is attached to carport at 34 Starling. Applicant is responsible for ensuring that the remaining carport is structurally sound and finished on the exterior wall.

More Information

Application and other background materials are available at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30 a.m. - noon and 1:00-4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays.

Further inquiries should be directed to Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8910.

Providing Comment

Anyone wishing to comment on this issue may provide written comment to Kitimat Council c/o 270 City Centre, V8C 2H7; fax 250-632-4995; or email dok@kitimat.ca. Comments received by 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, 17 January 2019 will be included in the Council report. Submissions received after this deadline but before 4:30 p.m. on Monday, 21 January will be read before Council at the Regular Meeting. You may also speak in person, or deliver written comment, at the Council meeting on Monday, 21 January 2019, 7:30 p.m. at 606 Mountainview Square. 

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