Owner/Agent: Angela Cunningham and Kelly Cunningham
Location: 4630 Marlin Drive
An application has been made for a Temporary Use Permit (TUP) to allow for mushroom growing as an Intensive Agriculture use on the subject property for up to a three (3) year period. The owners intend to operate a mushroom farm within the detached 62m² garage with a vehicle parking area in front of the structure; additionally, the owner seeks flexibility for up to 4 employees.
Owner/Agent: Cameron Morris and Gwen Morris
Location: 27385 Ness Lake Road North
Development Permit with Variance No. 1379 is proposed to vary Section 31.0 (7)(iii) of Zoning Bylaw No. 2892, by increasing the combined maximum total floor area of one or more accessory buildings from 50.0m² to 80.0m².
Owner: Valorie Radley
Location: 15470 Miworth Road
The purpose of Temporary Use Permit No. 252 is to allow Recreational Vehicle Storage Facility use on the subject property for a three-year period.
BYLAW 3254 & 3255
Owner/Agent: Johnna Somerville and Shyldon Somerville
Location: 1015 Stewart Road (REZ)
An application has been made for an amendment to the Tabor Lake-Stone Creek Official Community Plan (OCP). The proposal is to amend Housing Policy Section 3.3 to support one additional residence on parcels designated Rural Residential (RR) which are 1.4 ha (3.6 acres) or larger which affects 137 properties. There are approximately 137 properties within the RR designation that are between 1.4 ha and 1.99 ha in size which would be affected by this policy change. This application is being made by the owners of Lot 11 District Lot 2184 Cariboo District Plan 13575, which is located at 1015 Stewart Road. The owners are also proposing to rezone their 1.42 ha property to permit the construction of a second residential-single family dwelling with a maximum total floor area of 125m².
Owner/Agent: Province of British Columbia/McLeod Lake Indian Band
Location: 1005 Highway 39
Development Variance Permit No. 1383 is proposed to:
• vary Section 5.0 (8)(d)(i) of Schedule ‘A’ to Regional District of Fraser-Fort George Zoning Bylaw No. 2892, 2014, as amended, by decreasing the minimum spacing between signs larger than 2.9 m² from 200.0 m to 50.0 m to permit one sign to be established.
• vary Section 5.0 (8)(d)(ii) of Schedule ‘A’ to Regional District of Fraser-Fort George Zoning Bylaw No. 2892, 2014, as amended, by decreasing the minimum setback of a sign larger than 2.9 m² from a side lot line from 100.0 m to 5.0 m to permit one sign to be established.
Applicant: Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
Location: Regional District Electoral Areas A, C, D, F, G and H
Bylaw No. 3244 is proposed to amend all residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional zones that currently regulate the minimum floor area of the first storey of a dwelling unit. In each zone the minimum floor area regulation will be removed and replaced with the following: “The minimum floor area of a dwelling unit is to conform to BC Building Code requirements."