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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.  Letters to and from RDCO Chief Building Inspector can be found at the links below.  If you wish to make a comment about it, fill out the form at the bottom of this webpage and your comment will be posted here on this website.

People should have a right to be able to use their property without having a building on it and if you agree then fill out the form at the bottom of this page and let others know how you feel.

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Many questions need answers to.

1. How can any dialog occur, if only one sides questions are answered at a Regional Board meeting about a building violation?

2. How can a solution be found if dialog is one sided?

3. How are property owners to understand building inspection if questions put to the chief building inspector are never answered?

4. How can Regional District Directors kick anyone out of their building to the sidewalk, no matter the situation?

5. How can Regional District Directors design bylaws and policy to make sure that everyone has a home and are not homeless?

6. How does the Regional District feel assured it is capable of running a community when it hasn’t been able to deal with the homeless problem for many years and still to this day there are many homeless?

7. How does the Regional District feel it hasn’t contributed to the homeless problem?

8. How can the Regional District ignore residents like it does without feeling some guilt or shame?

9. How do Regional District Directors feel it right to demand that owners can’t use their own property that they paid for to use as shelter?

10. Why is property largely ruled by directors and neighbours, rather than the property owner?  Who has more right to the property?

11. Why does RDCO have a policy that limits the time to finalize a building but yet it does not state in Bylaw #835 that there is a time limit to finalize a building?

12. Why does bylaw #835 and RDCO Directors new policy that limits building to 4 years, not permit poorer people to build slower so that they can own their own home?

13. What is the difference between policy and bylaw?

14. How can democracy be implemented when directors vote on a subject before delegates even have a chance to know they want to be a delegate when the Agenda of the Regional Board meetings are only posted to RDCO’s website the day before, and how can a person give two weeks notice to be a delegate when they only have one nights notice of what the Agenda is?

15. How is it called democracy to let residents try and refute Agenda after the Directors votes are in and say the water system bylaw has passed 3rd reading in one day?

16. Why is there no consequence to Regional Districts when they disallow a delegation that should have been permitted?

17. Why did the Chief Building Inspector write “No Progress” on the building inspection report of June 2, 2009 when there was obvious progress of which he just inspected, plus he said the building needed further work?

18. How do property owners know what RDCO’s building policies are when RDCO doesn’t readily permit access to their policies and the policies are not published to RDCO’s website for people to find them, and after asking for them the first time they are still not made available?

19. How can the Chief Building Inspector consider the building permit expired when bylaw #835 does not state a time limit, does policy take over then? Quote from bylaw 835,
8.3 “A permit shall be considered to be expired if,
b) The work, once started, is suspended or discontinued for a period of one year.
This is the only section in bylaw 835 that specifies a time limit to build except that the exterior needs to be finished within two years
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20. How can RDCO bylaw 835 require that exterior stucco be complete within 2 years when RDCO’s new policy says property owners have 4 years to build?  Stucco would be one of the last things to be done on a house since drywall is required before stucco, or the stucco may crack due to the weight of the drywall?  And it says unless prior arrangements have been made, and what would those arrangements entail?

21. Why can the Regional District charge a surcharge of $100 if you don't finalize your building within 2 years?

22. Why is there no watch dog that will look over the Chief Building Inspector or Regional District from ignoring questions and why is there no consequence to the Regional District for not answering questions?  The Freedom of Information Act is of no help when you need questions answered sooner than later, and then you may never get the answer.

23. Why can a title notice be placed on a property when its the building that is not in compliance?

24. Why can a notice be placed against the land title for occupancy when the Local Government Act states a permit may be withheld and does not say that a title notice can be placed against the property?

Local Government Act
Regional district building regulations

694 (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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If the wording of the bylaw creates uncertainty, then a bylaw may be struck down.

UNCERTAINTY The words in the bylaw are important. If they are too vague, so that the average well-intentioned citizen would not be able to discern whether he or she was conforming to the bylaw, then the bylaw will be struck down, being too uncertain to be enforceable.

For example, a bylaw that referred to buildings “near a watercourse” was held uncertain because it requires the discretion of the administrator of the bylaw to determine the meaning of “near”. A bylaw that measured a set back “from the road” was uncertain because there were a number of roads and it wasn't clear which was meant.

UBCM ADVISORY SERVICE - FACT SHEET SERIES #6 http://www.bestlibrary.org/ss10/files/bylaws.pdf

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Specifically, oppressive conduct has been interpreted to mean conduct that is burdensome, harsh, wrongful, lacking in probity or fair dealing, or has been done in bad faith. “Unfairly prejudicial” conduct has been interpreted to mean conduct that is unjust and inequitable.

However, counsel argued this appeal on the basis that “significantly unfair” has essentially the same meaning as “oppressive and unfairly prejudicial”.  For the purposes of this appeal the distinction between the definitions makes no difference.

http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/SC/09/05/2009BCSC0506.htm

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Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
This Act is Current to March 17, 2010

Division 2 — Regional District Building Regulations

Restrictions on authority
693.1 (1) This Division applies only to a regional district that provides a service referred to in section 797.1 (1) (a) [building inspection].

(2) As a further restriction, section 9 [spheres of concurrent authority] of the Community Charter applies in relation to a regional district bylaw under this Part respecting matters referred to in subsection (1) (d) [building regulation] of that section.

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Local Government Act

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

Division 3 — Hazardous Conditions

Remedial authority in relation to hazardous conditions
698 (1) Division 12 [Remedial Action Requirements] of Part 3 of the Community Charter applies to regional districts in relation to matters referred to in section 73 (1) (a) and (b) [structures, excavations and similar matters or things that are unsafe or contravene building bylaws] of that Act.

(2) In relation to section 73 (2) (b) [matter contravening Provincial building regulations or bylaws] of the Community Charter as it applies under subsection (1), the reference to a bylaw is to be read as a bylaw under Division 2 of this Part.

(3) In relation to sections 77 (3) (b) [remedial action after date specified for compliance] and 80 (4) and (5) [recovery of municipal costs through sale of property — distribution of proceeds] of the Community Charter as they apply under subsection (1), a reference to section 17 of that Act is to be read as a reference to section 269 of this Act.

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Local Government Act

Division 4 — Services and Powers

Specific regulatory and other powers
797.1 (1) If a board establishes any of the following services, the indicated provisions apply in relation to the service:

(a) in relation to building inspection, Division 2 [Regional District Building Regulations] of Part 21;

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Community Charter
[SBC 2003] CHAPTER 26
This Act is Current to December 16, 2009

Part 3 — Additional Powers and Limits on Powers

Division 8 — Building Regulation

Building permits and occupancy permits

54 (1) If requested by an applicant, a building inspector must give written reasons for his or her refusal to issue a building permit that is required by a bylaw under section 8 (3) (l) [spheres of authority — buildings and other structures].

(2) If a municipal permit is required before a building or part of a building is occupied, in addition to any conditions established under section 15 [licensing and standards authority], the permit may be withheld until the building or part of it complies with the following:

(a) the Provincial building regulations;

(b) bylaws under section 8 (3) (l) [spheres of authority — buildings and other structures];

(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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55 (1) Requirement for professional certification

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56 (1) Requirement for geotechnical report mentions about Covenants

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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).

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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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Restrictions on authority
693.1 (1) This Division applies only to a regional district that provides a service referred to in section 797.1 (1) (a) [building inspection].

(2) As a further restriction, section 9 [spheres of concurrent authority] of the Community Charter applies in relation to a regional district bylaw under this Part respecting matters referred to in subsection (1) (d) [building regulation] of that section.
 

Why is nobody at the Regional District accountable

but yet the property owner is required to be over accountable and loose their home?

Local government Act

Bylaw contraventions — offences and penalties
267 (1) If a bylaw establishes a regulation or requirement to be observed in a regional district, a person who contravenes the regulation or requirement commits an offence that is punishable in the same manner as if the bylaw had expressly forbidden persons from doing or refraining from doing the act.

(2) In a prosecution for an offence against a regional district bylaw, the justice or court may impose all or part of the penalty or punishment authorized by the bylaw, this Act or the Offence Act, together with the costs of prosecution.

(3) If a penalty, or part of a penalty, and all costs imposed are not paid promptly, the justice or court may, by order, authorize all or part of the penalty and costs to be levied by distress and sale of the offender's goods and chattels.

(4) If there is no distress out of which the penalty and costs or part of the penalty and all of the costs can be levied, the justice or court may commit the offender to imprisonment for the term, or part of the term, specified in the bylaw.

Additional sentencing powers in relation to Offence Act prosecutions
267.1 (1) If a person is convicted of an offence

(a) under subsection (3), or

(b) against a regional district bylaw in a prosecution commenced by an information in Form 2 under the Offence Act,

in addition to the penalty established in accordance with section 266, the court may, having regard to the nature of the offence and the circumstances surrounding its commission, make an order

(c) prohibiting the person from doing any act or engaging in any activity that may, in the court's opinion, result in the continuation or repetition of the offence, and

(d) directing the person to take any action the court considers appropriate to remedy the harm that resulted from the commission of the offence.

(2) An order under subsection (1) must specify the duration of the order, which may not exceed one year.

(3) A person who fails to comply with an order under subsection (1) commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine of not more than $10 000 or to imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or both.

(4) For the purposes of section 43 (3) of the Provincial Court Act, a fine imposed in a prosecution for an offence under subsection (3) is deemed to be a fine imposed for the contravention of a bylaw of the regional district.

(5) If a person is convicted of an offence referred to in subsection (1) (a) or (b), on application by the regional district or another person for compensation, the court must give consideration to the application and, in addition to any penalty imposed, may order the convicted person

(a) to pay to the regional district or to the other person compensation, in an amount that is not more than the monetary limit specified under the Small Claims Act, for any damage or loss sustained by the regional district or other person because of the commission of the offence, and

(b) in accordance with the schedule of costs prescribed under section 132 (2) (h) of the Offence Act, to pay to the regional district the costs incurred by the regional district in investigating and prosecuting the person.

(6) In the case of a dispute, the amount of compensation payable under subsection (5) (a) must be proven on a balance of probabilities by the regional district or the other person.

(7) An order under subsection (5) may be enforced as a judgment of the court for the recovery of a debt in the amount stated against the person named.

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Local Government Act

Division 2 — Regional District Building Regulations

Restrictions on authority
693.1 (1) This Division applies only to a regional district that provides a service referred to in section 797.1 (1) (a) [building inspection].

(2) As a further restriction, section 9 [spheres of concurrent authority] of the Community Charter applies in relation to a regional district bylaw under this Part respecting matters referred to in subsection (1) (d) [building regulation] of that section.

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:

(a) regulate the construction, alteration, repair or demolition of buildings and other structures;

(b) regulate the installation, alteration or repair of plumbing including septic tanks and sewer connections, heating, air conditioning, electrical wiring and equipment, gas or oil piping and fittings, appliances and accessories of every kind;

(c) require contractors, owners or other persons to obtain and hold a valid permit from the board, or the authorized official, before starting and during the construction, installation, repair or alteration of gas or oil pipes and fittings, plumbing, heating, sewers, septic tanks, drains, electrical wiring, oil burners, tanks, pumps and similar works and buildings and other structures of the kind, description or value described in the bylaw;

(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;

(e) prescribe conditions generally governing the issue and validity of permits, inspection of works, buildings and other structures;

(f) establish areas to be known as fire limits and, for those areas,

(i) regulate the construction of buildings in respect of precautions against fire, and

(ii) discriminate and differentiate between areas in the character of the buildings permitted;

(g) regulate the seating arrangements and capacity of churches, theatres, halls and other places of public amusement or resort;

(h) regulate or prohibit the moving of a building from one property to another in the regional district;

(i) require the fencing of private swimming pools or other pools, existing or prospective, according to specifications set out in the bylaw;

(j) regulate the construction and layout of trailer courts, manufactured home parks and camping grounds and require that those courts, parks and grounds provide facilities specified in the bylaw;

(k) provide that a trailer or manufactured home must not be occupied as a residence or an office unless its construction and facilities meet the standards specified in the bylaw;

(l) require the installation of smoke alarms in existing buildings and other structures and, in relation to this, establish standards and specifications for required smoke alarms and their installation, to the extent that the requirements of the bylaw do not exceed those established by the Provincial building regulations;

(m) require the maintenance of smoke alarms installed as required by the Provincial building regulations or by bylaw under paragraph (l) and, in relation to this, establish standards for their maintenance;

(n) require the maintenance of "rental units" and "residential property", as defined in the Residential Tenancy Act, that are subject to a "tenancy agreement" as defined in that Act, in accordance with the standards specified in the bylaw, to the extent that the standards do not exceed those established by the Provincial building regulations;

(n.1) require the maintenance of "manufactured homes", "manufactured home sites" and "manufactured home parks", as defined in the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy Act, that are subject to a "tenancy agreement" as defined in that Act, in accordance with the standards specified in the bylaw, to the extent that the standards do not exceed those established by the Provincial building regulations.

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

(a) the provision of access to a building or other structure, or to part of a building or other structure, for a person with disabilities;

(b) the conservation of energy or water;

(c) the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions;

(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.

It doesn't say a notice can be placed on title due to occupancy.  It says an occupancy permit may be withheld.

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Excerpt from Regional District of Central Okanagan Bylaw #835

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1. DEFINITIONS

1.1 In this bylaw the following definitions shall apply:

f) "Completion Certificate" means an occupancy permit.

j) "Occupancy" means the use or intended use of a building or part thereof for the shelter or support of persons, animals or property.

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.

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.

o) "Project" shall mean construction, erection, repair, alteration, enlargement, addition, installation, demolition, removal or change of class of occupancy.

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7.9 No person shall change the occupancy of a building or part of a building without first obtaining a permit from the Inspector which authorizes the change.

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7.10 No owner, agent or tenant shall allow use of a project or portion of a project for which a permit is required under this bylaw, without first obtaining an occupancy permit.

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19.1.4
For all other projects and additions and alterations thereto the required inspections are:

f) Occupancy inspection - after the project or a portion thereof is complete and ready for use, prior to any occupation of the whole or any portion of the project.

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19.10 When doing an occupancy inspection, the Inspector is authorized to review only the following items:

a) where Registered Professionals are involved with the project, their Schedule 'Cs;
b) Completeness of exterior finish including height above grade;
c) installation of required wall flashings and masonry supports;
d) driveway designed to keep runoff out of garage/carport;
e) down spout termination;
f) deadbolt latches, security screws, door viewers, NRP hinges;
g) interior and exterior handrails;
h) correct size and location of interior and exterior guardrails;
i) completeness of interior floor, wall and ceiling finishes;
j) smoke alarms in place and functioning;
k) doors and closers in place and functioning;
I) fire exit windows in place and accessible;
m) stops and traps on plumbing - materials and placement;
n) required waterproof wall finishes in place and functioning;
o) plumbing fixtures - approved materials and connected;
p) heating system in place and operational;
q) hot water supply system in place and operational;
r) mechanical ventilation of building interior;
s) contractor's certificate for loose fill and spray applied thermal insulation;
t) weatherstripping;
u) required egresses, as per plan;
v) required fire alarm systems - tested and verified;
w) required emergency lighting and exit signs in place and operating;
x) closures in fire separations - in place, type and rating;
y) exhaust systems for commercial kitchens, spray booths, etc., installed,
tested and signed off by a Registered Professional;
z) required fire sprinkler systems installed, tested and signed off by a Registered Professional;
aa) fire hydrant placement, as per plan;
bb) fire department accesses, as per plan;
cc) fire extinguisher placement, as per plan;
dd) ramp slopes;
ee) disabled requirements - lever handles, handrail terminations, highlighted risers, clear and level areas, tactile warning systems, directional signs, door lettering, paths of travel l automatic doorsl washroom requirements, areas of refuge, floor level changesl exit door colours l handrail colours.

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20. PENALTIES
20.1 Any person who breaches any provision of this bylaw commits an offence and is liable, upon prosecution, to the penalties provided under the Offence Act.

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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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