Council Meeting Videos

Shaw Cable broadcasts Regular Council Meetings on their community channel on the Thursday and Sunday following regular Council meetings. If you missed the Shaw broadcast, this page will provide streaming videos of the most recent Regular Council and Committee of the Whole meetings.

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July 5 2017 Regular Council Meeting from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 59 min long. Meeting began with Council receiving presentations from John Gower (requested rezoning 337 Church for Carriage House) and K'omoks First Nation (Tribal Journeys event). Next Council approved the minutes of the June 21st Regular Council Meeting and the June 7th Special Council Meeting (public hearing). Council received the Management Report (unfinished business). Council adopted bylaws rezoning 290 Anderton Road and authorized conditional issue of a Development Permit for the property. Council similarly adopted bylaws authorizing rezoning of 1182 Lazo Road and authorized conditional issue of a Development Permit and Development Variance permit for the property. Council then received minutes from the Regional District Board meeting of June 27th. Next Council give First, Second and Third Reading to a bylaw amending the 2017 - 2021 Financial Plan. Council approved a $40,000 increase to the budget for the change room renovations at the community centre. Council appointed Clive Freundlich as Financial Officer and gave him signing authority for the Town. Council authorized expenditure of up to $2,000 for parade souvenirs and supplies for the Nautical Days parade. Council gave First and Second reading of a rezoning bylaw for 337 Church Street and authorized a public hearing on August 2nd in Council Chambers. Council authorized staff submission of an infrastructure Planning Grant application to the Province for design of a roundabout at Comox Avenue and Glacier View Drive. Council received the 2016 Annual Report and authorized publication. Council received correspondence from Gord Baudais (use of golf carts on Town roads), CV Pickleball Association (requesting pickleball lines on tennis courts), and from the CV Naturalists Society (requesting use of the Town's logo in a brochure). Council recognized Mandy Johns (Recreation Director) for her many years of service as she prepares to retire. Lastly, Council adjourned the meeting for a public hearing scheduled for 6:30 pm.

June 21 2017 Regular Council Meeting from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 62 min long. Meeting began with Council approving the minutes of the June 7th Regular Council Meeting and receiving the Management Report (on unfinished business) and Comox Valley RD Meeting Minutes from May 30th and June 8th. Council then authorized transfer of the proceeds from the sewer apportionment settlement into the Sewer Utility Reserve Fund, and directed staff to amend the Financial Plan to include this transaction. Council gave First & Second Reading (+3 min) to a Rezoning Amendment Bylaw for 2270 McKenzie Avenue (to allow a coach house) and authorized a public hearing on the bylaw (for 6:30 pm July 5th in Council Chambers). Council received (+7 min) correspondence from Cliffe Street Centre Limited regarding illegal dumping along Cambridge Road, and referred that to the Regional District for enforcement under its new illegal dumping prevention program. Council also received letters from Shaw TV (letter of support for licence), from Beaufort Ave residents (Ellis intersection concerns), and from Mark Isfeld School (Grad Cruise). Council members reported (+16 min) on the meetings and events they individually attended since the last Council meeting. Following an opportunity for questions from the media and the public the meeting was adjourned. You can jump the video ahead to individual times indicated above, once the movie is buffered within your internet browser.

June 7 2017 Regular Council Meeting from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 35 min long. Meeting began with a moment of silence in remembrance of former Councillor & Town Freeman Alice Bullen. Comox Valley Cycle Club then made a presentation, followed by Council approving the minutes of the May 17th Regular Council Meeting and receiving the minutes of the May 24th Committee of the Whole Meeting. Arising from the Committee meeting, Council authorized reconstruction of driveway access at 1876 Comox Avenue. Council received the Management Report (on unfinished business). Council then rescinded Third Reading to Zoning bylaw 1847 (1879 Comox Avenue) amended the bylaw to update references to Comox Zoning Bylaw (#1850), and gave Third Reading and then Adoption to the bylaw. Council also conditionally approved issue of Development Variance Permit for the property. Council adopted two other planning bylaws extending the Downtown Vitalizataion program. Council received (+11 min) a Draft 2016 Statement of Financial Information, then approved the draft statement. Council received additional public reporting on the Town's DCC charges and permissive exemptions. Council approved a development Variance Permit for Dakota Place. Council received (+14 min) correspondence from the Filberg Heritage Lodge & Park Association (seeking letter of support) and Comox Valley Road Runners (permission for event). Council members reported (+17 min) on the meetings and events they individually attended since the last Council meeting. Following an opportunity for questions from the media and the public the meeting was adjourned. You can jump the video ahead to individual times indicated above, once the movie is buffered within your internet browser.

May 24 2017 Committee of the Whole from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 54 min long. The Committee meeting began with the Committee receiving the First Trimester (Jan - Apr 2017) Departmental reports from Planning & Building, Comox Fire Rescue, Recreation, Public Works, Administration and Parks. The Committee received (+46 min) a staff report on options for change to Comox Place Condos driveway access. Finally, the Committee adjourned to an excluded Special In-Camera meeting of Council pursuant to sections 90 (1)(e) and 90 (1)(g) of the Community Charter. You can jump the video ahead to individual times indicated above, once the movie is buffered within your internet browser.


May 17 2017 Regular Council Meeting from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 66 min long. Meeting began with Council approving the minutes of the May 3rd Regular Council Meeting and received the minutes of the May 10th Committee of the Whole Meeting. Arising from the Committee meeting, Council authorized expenditure of up to $195,000 for installation of a storm sewer main on a portion of Knight Road. Council approved the minutes of a Special Council Meeting (public hearing) May 10th. Council received the Management Report (on unfinished business). Council gave Third Reading to bylaws amending zoning at 1182 Lazo Road, and authorizing phased development. Council received (+30 min) a report on the proposal to provide financing to the Dawn to Dawn society for purchase of 2 small low-cost condo units and authorized a grant of $30,000 to the Society. Council received a staff report on the 2016 Greenhouse Gas Inventory and authorized publication of the Comox Climate Action Revenue Incentive Public Report for 2016. Council received (+33 min) a report on a proposed rezoning at 290 Anderton Road (to allow construction of a duplex and single-family unit) and then gave First and Second readings to the related bylaws and authorized a public hearing on the proposal. Council received a staff report on a requested Development Variance Permit (for a sign at the Comox Mall) and approved the requested permit with conditions. Council received (+46 min) correspondence from the Heart & Stroke Foundation (Big Bike event), Highland Senior Secondary (Grad Cruise), Simon's Cycles (YANA ride), and Knubley Farms (request for change to Fire Prevention bylaw). Council members reported (+52 min) on the meetings and events they individually attended since the last Council meeting. Following an opportunity for questions from the media and the public the meeting was adjourned. You can jump the video ahead to individual times indicated above, once the movie is buffered within your internet browser.

May 10 2017 Committee of the Whole from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 56 min long. The Committee meeting began with presentations from RCMP Detachment CO, Inspector Tim Walton (RCMP update), from CV Economic Development (+8 min, on 2017 spring update) and the Coalition to End Homelessness (+23 min, updating their five-year plan). The Committee received (+45 min) the First Quarter (March 31st) Financial Statement Report, then staff reports on 2016 Census and an opportunity to install storm drainage pipes on the north side of Knight Road just east of Hudson Road. The Committee received (+49 min) a letter from the Comox Valley Regional District suggesting creation of a service to take over all municipal and rural water distribution in the Comox Valley. Finally, the Committee adjourned to an excluded Special In-Camera meeting of Council pursuant to sections 90 (1)(e) and 90 (1)(g) of the Community Charter. You can jump the video ahead to individual times indicated above, once the movie is buffered within your internet browser.

May 3 2017 Regular Council Meeting from Town of Comox on Vimeo.

Meeting video is 23 min long. Council approved the minutes of the April 19th Regular Council Meeting. Next Council received the Management Report (on unfinished business) and minutes of March and April Regional District meetings. Council adopted (+7 min) the Town's Financial Plan Bylaw (2017 - 2021) then the 2017 Tax Rates Bylaw. Council gave three readings to a bylaw extending the Downtown Revitalization Tax Exemption program. Council received (+9 min) letters from Wendy Prothero (Beaufort sidewalk) and M.S. Barner (tennis court sharing). Council members reported (+14 min) on the meetings and events they individually attended since the last Council meeting. Following an opportunity for questions from the media and the public the meeting was adjourned. You can jump the video ahead to individual times indicated above, once the movie is buffered within your internet


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