Williams Lake city council is looking at options for creating a good neighbour bylaw.
At its regular meeting Tuesday, council received a report from the senior bylaw officer on the draft of a good neighbour bylaw which encompasses almost all enforceable residential property issues within one bylaw.
The draft bylaw will be referred to the social planning council for comments, and staff will develop a consultation plan and begin the process of public consultation on the proposed bylaw and report back to committee of whole council.
Moving to the good neighbour bylaw concept will allow staff to more efficiently enforce residential related issues, and would be a convenient resource for residents.
In other news council ratified a poll of council to approve submission of a resolution to the North Central Local Government Association to advocate the Province of BC for the implementation of the Community Plan for a Public System of Integrated Early Care and Learning and a call for action to begin steps towards implementing a $10/Day Child Care Program for BC.
The Union of British Columbia Municipalities has endorsed the Community Plan.
Following a public hearing Tuesday, council gave third readings to OCP Amendment Bylaw No. 2204 and Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2205 to allow for the development of a 14-lot subdivision on Centennial Drive, in addition to new park land and trail connections.