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Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) Chief Building Inspector Report for the Regional Board March 22, 2010

re: Building Violation

Stop Work Order / Notice on Title / Occupancy Permit

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This web page is in regards to a Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) building violation that you can find here.  This property owner is in violation due to not having an occupancy permit and someone living in the building without the building being finalized.  If you wish to make a comment about it, fill out the form at the bottom of this page and your comment will be posted here on this website.  Letters to and from RDCO Chief Building Inspector can be found at the links below.

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March 22, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Regional Board Meeting Agenda

.pdf icon Item 6.4 Building Violation, Balsam Road.pdf

Agenda No: 6.4
TO: Regional Board
Mtg Date: March 22, 2010

Regional Board Report

FROM: Ray Paterson, Chief Building Inspector
DATE: February 5, 2010
SUBJECT: Building Violation, Plan 20608, District Lot 2922 Balsam Road (Central Okanagan West Electoral Area)
Notice to be Placed on Title
Date of Meeting: March 22, 2010

RECOMMENDATION:
That the Regional Board direct that a notice be filed on the title of Lot 60, Plan 20608, District Lot 2922, O.D.Y.D., pursuant to Section 57 of the Community Charter Act, and pursuant to that section of the Community Charter Act, further information regarding the notice be limited to the fact that:

1. The construction of a single detached house, built under the authority of Building Permit #9787/02, has not been finalized, which is a violation of Regional District of Central Okanagan Building Bylaw #835.

BACKGROUND:
On October 4,2002, Building Permit #9787/02 was issued authorizing the construction of a single detached house on the above noted property. To date, the project has not received final approval from this office. The following attempts have been made to have the permit finalized:

1. A letter was forwarded to the owner in this regard on January 27, 2004, a one year extension was given. A letter was sent January 18, September 22 and December 16, 2005, March 14, 2006, May 29 and August 7, 2007, June 11, 2008 and February 10, 2009. A Report to the Board for a meeting date of August 24, 2009 was withdrawn as requested by the owner.

2. Letters were received from the owner in this regard on July 22, August 27, September 28, October 30, 2009 and January 18, 2010. Response letters were sent to the owner July 24, September 1, October 9, November 6, 2009 and January 22,2010.

Why does the Chief Building Inspector not list the letters he received by registered mail dated Nov 12, 2009 and Sept 10, 2009?

Also a letter was sent to the owner by the Chief Building Inspector on February 5, 2010 as shown below.


to read, click each letter

 

and then another letter was sent on February 11, 2010 after the board report above was written.  Guess the Chief Building Inspector finally decided he would try to answer questions after the fact.


to read, click letter

The owner has been notified of the date, time and location of the meeting which will deal with this report.

Ray Paterson, R.B.O.
Chief Building Inspector
/tj
 

REGIONAL DISTRICT of CENTRAL OKANAGAN
February 5, 2010
Certified LP 096 255 132 CA and Regular Mail

Development & Environmental Services - Inspections
1450 K.L.O. Road
Kelowna, B.C. V1W 324
Telephone: (250) 469-6211
Fax: (250) 762-7011

Dear Ms. Schnurr,

Re: Building Bylaw Violation, Notice to be Placed on Title Lot 60, Plan 20608, District Lot 2922, Balsam Road

Please be advised that the attached report has been prepared for the Regional District of Central Okanagan Board of Directors. If this recommendation is accepted, a notice will be filed on the property title in the Land Title Office, stating that:

a) A resolution relating to that land has been made under Section 57 of the Community Charter Act.

b) Further information respecting it may be inspected at the office of the Regional District of Central Okanagan.

Please note that the information relating to the notice will be restricted to the facts outlined in the accompanying report.

Be advised also that once a title notice is formally registered on the title of the property, a new permit will be required in order to complete the work, have it inspected and the title notice subsequently removed.

The report will be dealt with at the March 22, 2010, meeting of the Regional District of Central Okanagan Board of Directors, to be held at the Regional District of Central Okanagan Office at 1450 K.L.O. Road, Kelowna, B.C., at 7:00 p.m.

Ray Paterson, R.B.O.
Chief Building Inspector
/tj

Encl.

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April 1, 2010

To Regional District of Central Okanagan Chair Robert Hobson and Regional Board of Directors:

Re: building permit 9787/02

The Feb 5, 2010 Report to the Board written by Ray Paterson states my building is in violation due to it not being finalized, but at the Regional Board meeting of March 22, 2010, I understood from the Regional Board that the title notice was being placed against my property title due to occupancy only and that it had nothing to do with the building not being finalized. I want to have it in writing that notice is being placed against my land title due to occupancy only.

I want it clarified in writing which Directors voted for a title notice to be placed against my property, and which Directors did not.

I would also like it clarified as to why the Regional District required an inspection each 9 month period, when the building bylaw did NOT state a building permit expires if progress is not ongoing each nine month period.

How am I permitted to occupy my own land without the building being finalized or occupied, but with the Regional Districts approval? I would like the Regional District to clarify how it would be possible for me to occupy my land WITH the Regional District of Central Okanagan’s approval, and without having an occupancy permit, and without the building being finalized, and without a temporary building, or a mobile home, but with me only living in my tent, because that would be all I could afford.

Does the Regional District feel I have no recourse but to sell my land and building to pay for the water system if I can’t afford it?

Does the Regional District have a solution that will permit me to occupy my LAND without the building being finalized and without an occupancy permit granted? Please explain what my alternatives are. If I have no alternative, please state that in your reply.

Please answer each question honestly and thoroughly. Please don’t dismiss even one of my questions as the Regional District tends to do, because I have the right to know the answers.

Thank you,
Sharon Schnurr
 

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Letter from RDCO in reply to letter from property owner above

where RDCO explains nothing.

Yes it it is known that the Regional District wants to absolve itself of liability, but liability for what?

Was title notice placed on the building due to occupancy without an occupancy permit, or not finalizing the building, or both?

It would be nice if the Regional District would directly answer the question with a section of bylaw #835.  It seems it is Regional District regular practice to avoid a direct answer.

The property owner has had an inspection every nine months and the next inspection is not due until June 2, 2010 because the last inspection occurred June 2, 2009.

In this case the owner is not in violation for "not finalizing the building" as the Chief Building Inspectors Report to the Regional Board dated Feb 5, 2010 (page 1 | page 2) states, because there is nothing in the Regional District of Central Okanagan Consolidated Building bylaw #835 that states a building needs to be finalized within a certain period of time.

And if the Chief Building Inspectors recommendation to the Regional Board was as his accompanying letter dated Feb 5, 2010 states that quote, "the notice on title will be restricted to the facts outlined in the Chief Building Inspectors accompanying Report to the Regional Board" and stating the violation was due to "not finalizing the building" which is a violation of bylaw #835, then how can a title notice be placed on the property by the Regional Board Members due to occupancy?  Doesn't the Building Inspector have to recommend that a notice be placed on title due to occupancy to the Regional Board in his report to the Regional Board, or can the Regional Board members decide without the Chief Building Inspectors recommendation?

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Here is where I read that the Chief Building Inspector makes the recommendation, and where council can confirm the Chief Building Inspectors recommendation.

Community Charter
[SBC 2003] CHAPTER 26
This Act is Current to April 21, 2010

Division 8 — Building Regulation

Note against land title that building regulations contravened
57 (1) A building inspector may recommend to the council that it consider a resolution under subsection (3) if, during the course of carrying out duties, the building inspector

(a) observes a condition, with respect to land or a building or other structure, that the inspector considers

(i) results from the contravention of, or is in contravention of,

(A) a municipal bylaw,

(B) a Provincial building regulation, or

(C) any other enactment

that relates to the construction or safety of buildings or other structures, and

(ii) that, as a result of the condition, a building or other structure is unsafe or is unlikely to be usable for its expected purpose during its normal lifetime, or

(b) discovers that

(i) something was done with respect to a building or other structure, or the construction of a building or other structure, that required a permit or an inspection under a bylaw, regulation or enactment referred to in paragraph (a) (i), and

(ii) the permit was not obtained or the inspection not satisfactorily completed.

(2) A recommendation under subsection (1) must be given in writing to the corporate officer, who must

(a) give notice to the registered owner of the land to which the recommendation relates, and

(b) after notice under paragraph (a), place the matter before the council.

(3) After providing the building inspector and the owner an opportunity to be heard, the council may confirm the recommendations of the building inspector and pass a resolution directing the corporate officer to file a notice in the land title office stating that.

(4) The corporate officer must ensure that all records are available for the purpose of subsection (3) (b).

(5) If the registrar of land titles receives a notice under subsection (3) and payment of the prescribed fee, the registrar must make a note of the filing against the title to the land that is affected by the notice.

(6) The note of a filing of a notice under this section is extinguished when a new title to the land is issued as a result of the deposit of a plan of subdivision or a strata plan.

(7) In the event of any omission, mistake or misfeasance by the registrar or an employee of the registrar in relation to the making of a note of the filing under subsection (5), or a cancellation under section 58, after the notice is received by the land title office,

(a) the registrar is not liable and neither the Provincial government nor the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia is liable vicariously,

(a.1) the assurance fund or the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia as a nominal defendant is not liable under Part 19.1 of the Land Title Act, and

(b) the assurance fund or the minister charged with the administration of the Land Title Act as a nominal defendant is not liable under Part 20 of the Land Title Act.

(8) Neither the building inspector nor the municipality is liable for damage of any kind for the doing of anything, or the failure to do anything, under this section or section 58 that would have, but for this subsection, constituted a breach of duty to any person.

(9) The authority under this section is in addition to any other action that a building inspector is authorized to take in respect of a matter referred to in subsection (1).

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Regional District of Central Okanagan Consolidated Building Bylaw #835

1. DEFINITIONS
1.1 In this bylaw the following definitions shall apply:

n) "Permit" shall mean the document issued under the authority of this bylaw which authorizes an owner to proceed with the project as described on the permit form and related documents.

k) "Occupancy Permit" shall mean an inspection form, corresponding with the occupancy inspection, which shows that the Inspector considered that no further inspections were necessary and that the project authorized by the permit was considered to be complete and ready for use at the time of the occupancy inspection.

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Property Owner's reply to RDCO's letter to property owner dated April 22, 2010 above.

April 29, 2010

To Chief Administrative Officer Harold Reay, Chief Building Inspector Ray Paterson, and Chair Robert Hobson:

Re: building permit 9787/02

I received the letter dated April 22, 2010 from Chief Administrative Officer Harold Reay in regards to my letter dated April 1, 2010 addressed to Chair Robert Hobson asking him to clarify the reason or reasons the Regional District Board placed a title notice against my land title. It seems it is Regional District of Central Okanagan regular practice to avoid a direct answer. I still don’t fully understand the reason a title notice was placed against my land title, because Harold Reay didn’t exactly tell me.

Can both Robert Hobson and the Chief Building Inspector please answer my questions?

According to the Chief Building Inspector Report to the Regional Board dated Feb 5, 2010, I am in violation of building permit 9787/02 due to the building permit not being finalized and his Feb 5, 2010 report to the Regional Board does not cite the section of the bylaw I am in violation of. Chief Building Inspector Ray Paterson can you please point out as to what section or sections of bylaw #835 you feel that I am not in compliance with since your report does not mention what section I am in violation of, but instead only states I am in violation of bylaw #835 due to the building not being finalized? Please site the section or sections of the bylaw so that I may understand what you feel I am in violation of because I can’t seem to find the section in bylaw #835 of what you are referring to. Your report to the Regional Board states quote:

Recommendation
That the Regional Board direct that a notice be filed on the title of Lot 60, Plan 20608, District Lot 2922, O.D.Y.D., pursuant to Section 57 of the Community Charter Act, and pursuant to that section of the Community Charter Act, further information regarding the notice be limited to the fact that:
1. The construction of a single detached house, built under the authority of Building Permit #9787/02, has not been finalized, which is a violation of Regional District of Central Okanagan Building Bylaw #835.


Chief Building Inspector Ray Paterson’s letter dated Feb 5, 2010 accompanying the Feb 5, 2010 report to the Regional Board states, quote,
“Please note that the information relating to the notice will be restricted to the facts outlined in the accompanying report.”

I attended the March 22, 2010 meeting only prepared to defend myself against the facts restricted to the Chief Building Inspectors accompanying report as it said restricted to the facts in the report.

If I am in contravention of Bylaw #835, and that I am in violation because I did not finalize my building. I would like to know what section of the bylaw you are referring to because I cannot find it!

Chair Robert Hobson can you please clarify the reasons why every Regional Board Member elected to place a title notice against my property. I feel that the Regional Board Members may not have placed a title notice against my property for the reasons restricted to facts outlined in the Chief Building Inspector’s Feb 5, 2010 report to the Regional Board. I felt I was at the March 22, 2010 Regional Board meeting to defend myself against the building not being finalized and so I want to clarify if that is what the Regional Board felt I am in violation of. I could not hear well at the meeting and I don’t know what the Regional Board placed a notice on my land title for except I thought they were talking about something other than the facts restricted in the Chief Building Inspectors report.

I am not sure that the Regional Board Members didn’t have a different idea of why they chose to place a title notice against my property other than the facts outlined in the Chief Building Inspectors Feb 5, 2010 report. I have a feeling that maybe the Regional Board members felt I was in violation of something other than the facts restricted and outlined in the Chief Building Inspectors Report to the Regional Board dated Feb 5, 2010, and that the Regional Board Members did not place a title notice against my property due to not finalizing the building.

I felt from what I could hear of the Regional Board meeting, and I didn’t hear everything, was that I am not in violation of finalizing the building and that is why a stop work order was not placed on the building. Can you please clarify what the Regional Board feels I am in violation of, and can you please cite the section of bylaw #835 that the Regional Board feels I am in violation of? I can’t seem to find the section in bylaw #835 that the Chief Building Inspectors Feb 5, 2010 Report to the Regional Board refers to in regards to not finalizing the building.  The Chief Building Inspectors report to the Regional Board dated Feb 5, 2010 does not state what section of the bylaw I am in contravention of, but instead only states I am in violation of bylaw #835.

I may have eventually figured out at the March 22, 2010 Regional Board Meeting what section of bylaw #835 I am not in compliance with, if the Chair of that day (James Baker) didn’t abruptly stop me mid stream to start the members to motion a vote.

I don't feel very confident in how my Regional District handles affairs, let me tell you.

I look forward to your replies of what section or sections of bylaw #835 it is that I am in violation of.

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Freedom of Information Request dated April 29, 2010

asking for notes, minutes, etc in regards to the building permit

Information required in regards to building permit violation.

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Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
This Act if Current to April 21, 2010

*Note, this is not the entire Act but is just snippetts*

Part 21 — Building Regulations

Division 2 — Regional District Building Regulations

Regional district building regulations
694 (0.1) [Repealed 2008-23-12.]

(1) Subject to the Public Health Act, the Drinking Water Protection Act, the Fire Services Act and the regulations under those Acts, a board may, for the purposes described in subsection (1.1), by bylaw, do one or more of the following:

(d) require that, before occupancy of a building or part of it after construction, wrecking or alteration, or a change in class of occupancy of a building or part of it, an occupancy permit be obtained from the board or the authorized official;

(1.1) A board may exercise the powers conferred by subsection (1) for the following purposes:

(d) the health, safety or protection of persons or property.

(2) If requested by an applicant, the building inspector must give written reasons for his or her refusal to issue a building permit required under this section.

(3) An occupancy permit required under subsection (1) (d) may be withheld until the building or part of it complies with the following:

(a) the Provincial building regulations;

(b) bylaws under this section;

(c) any other health and safety requirements established by bylaw;

(d) any other federal or Provincial enactment in relation to health or safety.

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Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
This Act if Current to April 21, 2010

Part 21 — Building Regulations

Division 2 — Regional District Building Regulations

Application of Community Charter provisions
695 The following provisions of the Community Charter apply to regional districts:

section 55 [requirement for professional certification];

section 56 [requirement for geotechnical report];

section 57 [note against land title that building regulations contravened];

section 58 [cancellation of note against land title].

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Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
This Act if Current to April 21, 2010

Part 1 — Purposes, Principles and Interpretation

Application of Community Charter definitions
5.1 Unless a term is otherwise defined in this Act or a contrary intention appears in this Act, the definitions in the Community Charter apply to this Act.

 

Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
This Act is Current to May 12, 2010
Part 1 — Purposes, Principles and Interpretation

Purposes of regional districts
2 Recognizing that regional districts are an independent, responsible and accountable order of government within their jurisdiction, the purposes of a regional district include

(a) providing good government for its community,

(b) providing the services and other things that the board considers are necessary or desirable for all or part of its community,

(c) providing for stewardship of the public assets of its community, and

(d) fostering the current and future economic, social and environmental well-being of its community.

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Community Charter
[SBC 2003] CHAPTER 26
This Act is Current to April 21, 2010

Part 1 — Principles, Purposes and Interpretation

Definitions and other interpretation rules
5 The Schedule to this Act establishes definitions of terms used in this Act and rules of interpretation that apply to this Act.

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Community Charter
[SBC 2003] CHAPTER 26
This Act is Current to April 21, 2010

Schedule

Application of Local Government Act definitions
2 Subject to the definitions established by section 1 of this Schedule, section 5 [definitions] of the Local Government Act applies to this Act.

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Interpretation Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 238
This Act is Current to April 21, 2010

Application of definitions in Supreme Court Act to other enactments
39 The definitions section of the Supreme Court Act, so far as the terms defined can be applied, extends to all enactments relating to legal proceedings.

Definitions in Community Charter and Local Government Act apply to other enactments
40 (1) So far as the terms defined can be applied, the definitions established by or applicable under

(a) the schedule to the Community Charter, and

(b) section 5 of the Local Government Act

extend to all enactments relating to municipal and regional district matters.

(2) As an exception, subsection (1) does not apply in relation to the definition of "municipality" in the Community Charter.

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Community Charter
[SBC 2003] CHAPTER 26
This Act is Current to April 21, 2010
Part 3 — Additional Powers and Limits on Powers

Division 8 — Building Regulation

57 Note against land title that building regulations contravened

Note against land title that building regulations contravened
57 (1) A building inspector may recommend to the council that it consider a resolution under subsection (3) if, during the course of carrying out duties, the building inspector

(a) observes a condition, with respect to land or a building or other structure, that the inspector considers

(i) results from the contravention of, or is in contravention of,

(A) a municipal bylaw,

(B) a Provincial building regulation, or

(C) any other enactment

that relates to the construction or safety of buildings or other structures, and

(ii) that, as a result of the condition, a building or other structure is unsafe or is unlikely to be usable for its expected purpose during its normal lifetime, or

(b) discovers that

(i) something was done with respect to a building or other structure, or the construction of a building or other structure, that required a permit or an inspection under a bylaw, regulation or enactment referred to in paragraph (a) (i), and

(ii) the permit was not obtained or the inspection not satisfactorily completed.

(2) A recommendation under subsection (1) must be given in writing to the corporate officer, who must

(a) give notice to the registered owner of the land to which the recommendation relates, and

(b) after notice under paragraph (a), place the matter before the council.

(3) After providing the building inspector and the owner an opportunity to be heard, the council may confirm the recommendations of the building inspector and pass a resolution directing the corporate officer to file a notice in the land title office stating that

(a) a resolution relating to that land has been made under this section, and

(b) further information about it may be inspected at the municipal hall.

(4) The corporate officer must ensure that all records are available for the purpose of subsection (3) (b).

(5) If the registrar of land titles receives a notice under subsection (3) and payment of the prescribed fee, the registrar must make a note of the filing against the title to the land that is affected by the notice.

(6) The note of a filing of a notice under this section is extinguished when a new title to the land is issued as a result of the deposit of a plan of subdivision or a strata plan.

(7) In the event of any omission, mistake or misfeasance by the registrar or an employee of the registrar in relation to the making of a note of the filing under subsection (5), or a cancellation under section 58, after the notice is received by the land title office,

(a) the registrar is not liable and neither the Provincial government nor the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia is liable vicariously,

(a.1) the assurance fund or the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia as a nominal defendant is not liable under Part 19.1 of the Land Title Act, and

(b) the assurance fund or the minister charged with the administration of the Land Title Act as a nominal defendant is not liable under Part 20 of the Land Title Act.

(8) Neither the building inspector nor the municipality is liable for damage of any kind for the doing of anything, or the failure to do anything, under this section or section 58 that would have, but for this subsection, constituted a breach of duty to any person.

(9) The authority under this section is in addition to any other action that a building inspector is authorized to take in respect of a matter referred to in subsection (1).

Cancellation of note against land title
58 (1) On receiving a report from a building inspector that the condition that gave rise to the filing of the notice under section 57 (3) has been rectified, the corporate officer must file a cancellation notice and, on receiving the notice, the registrar of land titles must cancel the note against the title to which it relates.

(2) An owner of land with respect to which a notice has been filed under section 57 (3), may apply to the council for a resolution that the note be cancelled.

(3) After hearing an applicant under subsection (2), the council may pass a resolution directing the corporate officer to file a cancellation notice.

(4) If a resolution has been passed under subsection (3), the corporate officer must file a cancellation notice in the land title office and, on receiving the notice, the registrar of land titles must cancel the note against the title to which it relates.

(5) If the council does not pass a resolution under subsection (3), the owner may apply to the Supreme Court and notify the municipality to attend before the court to show cause why the note should not be cancelled.

(6) On an application under subsection (5), after reviewing any evidence that the owner and the municipality may adduce, the court may make an order directing the registrar to cancel the note made under section 57 (5) and, on receiving the order, the registrar of land titles must cancel the note accordingly.

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July 9, 2009 RDCO passed their policy that you have to build within 4 years

THAT The Regional Board endorse the policy for closing inactive building permits/stop work orders with a bylaw contravention notice:

1. Building Permits that are inactive for more than one year period

2. Buildings that are occupied without approval where occupancy has not been granted regardless of time-frame.

3. Building Permits that are still active but are not completed within four years from the date of permit issuance.

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Adv. Plan Comm. ] Alt. Approval ] Ambulance ] Argo Road ] BC Hydro ] Budget 2010 ] Budget 2011 ] Budget 2012 ] Budget 2013 ] Budget 2014 ] Budget 2015 ] Building Inspection ] Build Laws - BC ] Build Laws - RDCO ] Building Violations ] COW Elect 08 ] COW Elect. 11 ] Director Edgson ] Dogs ] Easement Roads ] EDC ] Elect. Boundary ] Environ. Advisory ] ESS ] Finance ] Fintry Develop ] Fintry Park ] Fire Boat ] Fire Bylaws ] Fire Dept. ] Fire Dept FOI ] Fire Hydrants ] Fire Minutes ] Fires House ] FOI Act ] Friends Fintry ] Garbage ] Garbage Area ] Garbage Bylaws ] Garb Comment 08 ] Garbage Contract ] Garbage Finance ] Garbage FOI ] Garbage FOI ] Garbage La Casa ] Garbage Locker ] Garbage Minutes ] Garbage NOWESI ] Garbage Ombudsman ] Garbage Questionaire ] Garbage Secret ] Garbage Solution ] Garbage Survey ] Garbage Traders ] Governance Wide ] Government ] Helicopters ] History ] Killiney Hall ] Killiney Park ] La Casa ] Motorized Rec. ] NW OCP ] NWCA ] NWCA FOI ] NW Parks ] OKIB ] OKIB Logging ] OKIB Road ] OKIB Tax ] Peacocks ] Police Tax ] Property Tax ] RDCO ] RDCO Dog Minutes ] RDCO Jokes ] RDCO Policy ] RDCO Regs ] Report Animals ] Septic Systems ] Subdiv. History ] T. Mtn After Fire ] Terrace Mnt. Fire ] Trench Burner ] Vote Box ] Water Budget 08 ] Water Budget 09 ] Water Budget 10 ] Water Bylaws ] Water Construct ] Water FOI ] Water Grants ] Water Judgements ] Water Laws ] Water Meters ] Water Minutes ] Water Rates ] Water Right-of-Way ] Water Survey ] Water System ] Water VOS ] Water VOS Pics ] Water Well Data ] Water Wells ] Westside Road ] WR Development ] WR Incorporation ] WR Overpass ] WRIC ] Zoning Bylaw 66 ] Zoning Bylaw 1981 ] Zoning Bylaw 871 ]

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