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December 10, 2018 Council Meeting Agenda

Dec 06, 2018

REGULAR MEETING of Delta City Council to be held Monday, December 10, 2018 at *5:00 p.m. at the Kennedy Seniors' Recreation Centre, Main Hall, 11760 – 88th Avenue, Delta, British Columbia.

*Please note change of start time.
There will be no Evening Session of the Regular Meeting.


AGENDA

This Agenda is subject to change. To obtain the most recent version visit the City website delta.ca or contact the Clerk's Office at 604-946-3220.

AFTERNOON SESSION – 5:00 P.M.


RESOLUTION TO ENDORSE THE AGENDA


B. DELEGATIONS / PRESENTATIONS

No items for this meeting.

ITEMS ARISING FROM IN-CAMERA MEETING OF NOVEMBER 26, 2018


No items for this meeting.


C. RECEIPT AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

(C.01) Regular Meeting – November 26, 2018


D. UNFINISHED BUSINESS / VERBAL UPDATES

No items for this meeting.


E. BYLAWS

BYLAWS FOR FINAL ADOPTION


(E.01) Final Adopt. for Bylaws 7803 & 7804

Memorandum from the Manager of Property Use & Compliance dated November 28, 2018 regarding Final Consideration and Adoption of Bylaw No. 7803 and Bylaw No. 7804 (Delta Smoking Regulation).

-- Bylaw 7803 DELTA BYLAW NOTICE ENFORCEMENT BYLAW NO. 7009, 2011 AMENDMENT (SMOKING IDENTIFICATION CHARGES) BYLAW NO. 7803, 2018

-- Bylaw 7804 MUNICIPAL TICKETING INFORMATION BYLAW NO. 6639, 2007 AMENDMENT (SMOKING IDENTIFICATION CHARGES) BYLAW NO. 7804, 2018

BYLAWS FOR FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD READINGS


(E.02) Municipal Ticketing Info Bylaw & Delta Bylaw Notice Enforcement

Report by the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department dated November 5, 2018 regarding Municipal Ticketing Information Bylaw No. 6639, 2007 Amendment Bylaw No. 7809, 2018 and Delta Bylaw Notice Enforcement Bylaw No. 7009, 2011 Amendment Bylaw No. 7810, 2018. (File: 12100-20 & B/L’s 7809 & 7810)

-- Bylaw 7809 MUNICIPAL TICKETING INFORMATION BYLAW NO. 6639, 2007 AMENDMENT BYLAW 7809, 2018

-- Bylaw 7810 DELTA BYLAW NOTICE ENFORCEMENT BYLAW NO. 7009, 2011 AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 7810, 2018


F. REPORTS

COMMITTEE REPORTS

No items for this meeting.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

BY CONSENT


(F.01)

Item withdrawn by staff.

(F.02) Contract Award: SD Forcemain Twinning

Report by the Engineering Department dated November 27, 2018 regarding South Delta Forcemain Twinning Contract Award. (File: S17-303)

(F.03) Contract Award: Audio, Visual, Video Prod. & Live Streaming

Report by the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department dated November 28, 2018 regarding Contract Award: Audio, Visual, Video Production and Live Streaming Tour de Delta. (File: 11100-20)

FOR DISCUSSION


(F.04) 2018-2019 Winter Preparedness

Report by the Engineering Department dated November 21, 2018 regarding 2018–2019 Winter Season Preparedness. (File: 2370-00/SNO)

Presentation: Trent Reid, Operations Manager

(F.05) 53A St. & 16 Ave. Intersection Improve.

Report by the Engineering Department dated December 4, 2018 regarding 53A Street and 16 Avenue Intersection Improvements. (File: 5220-25/16/53A S)

(F.06) 2019 Equipment Program

Report by the Finance Department dated December 3, 2018 regarding 2019 Equipment Program.

(F.07) Extreme Weather Shelter

Report by the Corporate Services Department dated December 5, 2018 regarding Delta Extreme Weather Shelter and Services for Vulnerable People.

(F.08) Deltassist Support Request

Report by the Corporate Services Department dated December 5, 2018 regarding Deltassist Family and Community Service Society Support Request.


G. MOTIONS ON NOTICE

(G.01) Municipal Standards for Political Signage During Election Periods

At the November 19, 2018 Regular Council Meeting, Councillor Kruger provided the following Notice of Motion for consideration at the December 10, 2018 Regular Meeting:

“WHEREAS the number of campaign signs on public land has proliferated in recent local campaign periods;

WHEREAS the increasingly large number of political signs on Delta land is not an environmentally sustainable practice;

WHEREAS the abundance of political signs on civic land has resulted in safety concerns for both vehicles and pedestrians;

WHEREAS modern campaign techniques allow candidates to inexpensively get their message out to the public through other forums (i.e. online, social media);

WHEREAS other Metro Vancouver jurisdictions, including Coquitlam and New Westminster, have successfully passed bylaws limiting the number of campaign signs on civic property during election periods;

BE IT RESOLVED that staff report back to Council with a review of current municipal standards for political signage during election periods.”

Memorandum from the Office of the City Clerk dated November 28, 2018 refers.


H. CORRESPONDENCE

INFORMATION ITEMS


(H.01) Correspondence for Information (External)

5 items of external correspondence for information circulated to Council as of December 5, 2018.


I. NOTICE OF MOTIONS


J. ENQUIRIES, OTHER MATTERS AND NEW BUSINESS

RESOLUTION TO TERMINATE