Alternative Approval Processes
2017 - Pender Harbour Library Funding Service
Electoral Area A – Egmont/Pender Harbour currently provides funding assistance to the Sechelt Library and the Pender Harbour Reading Centre through grants-in-aid. Grants-in-aid are not intended to provide long-term funding, so Bylaw No. 1086 has been brought forward to establish a library funding service within the boundaries of Area A (excluding Sechelt Indian Government District lands). The maximum amount that may be raised under this proposed bylaw is $0.04/$1000 applied to the net taxable value of land and improvements in the service area. The current impact of this amount on residential taxation would be $3.79 per $100,000 of assessed value.
2017 - SQUARE BAY SEWAGE TREATMENT SERVICE & LOAN
The SCRD conducted an Alternative Approval Process to authorize the establishment of a service and borrowing of funds for the design and replacement of the Square Bay Sewage Treatment Plant for a portion of Electoral Area B - Halfmoon Bay.
2016 - Chapman Lake Water Supply Expansion Loan Authorization AAP
The SCRD conducted an Alternative Approval Process to authorize borrowing of up to $5,000,000 over a 30 year term for the design and construction of the Chapman Lake Water Supply Expansion Project. The Project will provide access to additional stored water from Chapman Lake to be used during periods of drought and until long-term source development options specified in the Comprehensive Regional Water Plan are constructed.
2014 - Keats Island Dog Control AAP
The SCRD conducted an Alternative Approval Process to establish a new service to provide dog control to the Keats Island portion of Electoral Area F - West Howe Sound.
2012 - Area A Bike and Walkways AAP
The SCRD conducted an Alternative Approval Process to obtain elector consent to establish a new service in Egmont/Pender Harbour for the purpose of planning, constructing and maintaining bicycle and walking paths.
2011 - Langdale Float AAP
The SCRD conducted an AAP to establish a new service to recover the costs of a license agreement with BC Ferries for the construction, maintenance and insurance of a float for public access at the Stormaway dock.