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Council Meeting Highlights April 3, 2018

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Council Meeting Highlights April 3, 2018

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Please note that there was no Committee of the Whole Meeting.

Regular Open Meeting

water matters

  • Water District Rates and Regulations Amendment Bylaw No. 1241.11, 2018 was adopted. The Town of Osoyoos operates their rural water system under the Water District Rates and Regulations Bylaw 1241. Each year the Town’s bylaws are reviewed and when changes are required they are brought forward as an amending bylaw to update the content and/or fees and charges.


  • Council directed staff to invite Miss Universe Canada Delegate, Gina Pereira to a Committee of the Whole Meeting.  Miss Gina Pereira has been selected to participate in Miss Universe Canada 2018.  The competition is a National event taking place in the City of Toronto, Ontario in the summer of 2018.  Miss Pereira is looking for sponsorship to help with costs associated with travel, training and competition.


  • Housing Agreement Bylaw No. 1340, 2018 was adopted.  This Bylaw was brought forward to make changes to Bylaw 1328 and amendment 1328.01. Lots 3 and 16 were registered as affordable housing lots.  Hartmut Buckendahl of 1068612 BC Ltd, has made a request to transfer the affordable housing covenant that was originally set up on lot 3 to lot 14.
  • Foreshore and Lake Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1294.03, 2018 (Wibit Water Park) was read for a first and second time. This amendment will change the zoning from W1 – Public Water Use to W4 – Commercial Moorage as well adding “inflatable waterpark” as a site-specific permitted use.
  • Off Street Public Parking Regulation Amendment Bylaw No. 1274.03, 2018 was read three times.  This amendment bylaw is to address fees associated with pay parking at the boat trailer parking lot and how it will be managed.
  • Animal Control and Licensing Amendment Bylaw No. 1316.01, 2018 was read three times.  This amendment bylaw is to make the Impoundment Fee for Licensed Dogs the same as the MTI Fines for Dogs at Large.
  • Municipal Ticket Information Amendment Bylaw No. 1279.15, 2018 was read three times. This amendment bylaw is to make the MTI fines for Dogs at Large the same as the Impoundment Fee which is charged in the Animal Control and Licensing Bylaw as well as amends the cemetery fines and is updating the Off-Street Parking Regulation Bylaw No. 1274, 2010 to allow use of Self-Serve Ticket Dispensing in the Boat Trailer Parking Lot.  The MTI Bylaw schedule needs to be updated to allow to ticket users who fail to pay parking fees and to remove the parking without a permit offence.


  • Council approved $5,500 from the Resort Municipality Initiative (RMI) funds to offset the cost of the bike jumping component for the Cactus Car Jalopies event
  • Council authorized the Mayor and the Corporate Officer to sign the Resort Municipality Renewal Agreement between the Town of Osoyoos and the Province of BC.
  • Council approved the Fire Department Training Facilities Use Agreement with the Town of Oliver and authorized the signatories to sign the agreement.
  • Council supported the RDOS in the implementation of an inter-regional transit connection between Penticton and Kelowna.
  • Council approved the Mutual Aid Agreement for Fire Protection and Council authorized the Town signatories to sign the agreement.


  • Councillor King attended Destination Osoyoos Economic Development Committee meeting.
  • Councillor King thanked everyone who volunteered in the Easter Eggstravaganza.
  • Councillor Campol thanked the Osoyoos Coyotes for another great season.
  • Councillor Campol encouraged residents to use the side streets during the Main Street construction.
  • Councillor Rhodes encouraged Council to speak out about what they support and express their ideas and opinions.
  • Mayor McKortoff thanked everyone who volunteers in the community. 
  • Mayor McKortoff thanked everyone who volunteered and participated in the Easter Eggstravaganza.
  • Mayor McKortoff encouraged volunteers to attend the Volunteer Appreciation on April 21st.

Copies of reports are available within the Council Agenda packages located on the Town’s website

Event date: 
Tuesday, 03 April, 2018
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