Qualicum Council

Qualicum Beach Town Council gave second reading to a bylaw that would provide licensing and regulations for residential backyard poultry.
Qualicum Beach Town Council voted unanimously in favour of giving third reading to a bylaw that will permit a mixed-use development at 190/194 First Avenue West.
Conservationists have asked the Town of Qualicum Beach to help get the word out about ‘No Mow May,’ an initiative intended to support the region’s declining bee population.
If passed, Bylaw No.580.131, 2021 would change the zoning of 190 and 194 First Avenue West to Commercial 10 (C10) and permit a development with 16 residential units above three ground floor commercial units.
Qualicum Beach Town Council gave first reading to a bylaw that would provide licensing and regulations for residential backyard chickens.
Storm damage to seawalls and properties in Qualicum Beach has highlighted the importance of alternative mitigation strategies such as green shore projects.
Qualicum Beach residents will have a chance to speak on whether they want council to increase from five to seven members during a virtual committee of the whole meeting on Feb. 9.
The Town of Qualicum Beach said it will complete replenishing town reserves spent on the purchase of the St. Andrews Waterfront Park once land sale agreements are finalized.
Coun. Robert Filmer brought a notice of motion to council’s July 21 meeting to provide the funds from the 2021 COVID-19 grant in aid program, but the motion was amended to take the $5,000 out of the town budget instead
A new date has not been set for a public hearing.

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