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Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee News

DECEMBER  

This letter was sent to the Honourable Ravi Kahlon, Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation, regarding the Inclusion in Islands Coastal Economic Trust Region. 

December 17, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Special Business Meeting

Meeting Notice: click here.
Meeting Agenda: click here.
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Webinar ID: 686 8131 1741

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December 15, 2020 | Adopted SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting Schedule for 2021

The updated 2021 SSI LTC Meeting Schedule is now available. 


NOTE: *The January 19, 2021 meeting is held electronically*

Updated information on the location will be available in January 2021. Due to Covid-19, we have put the tentative location as Hart Bradley Hall, Lions Club. Upcoming meeting information and agendas will be available in the new year.

December 15, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda: click here.
To join Electronically: click here.
To Call into the meeting: Canada: 855 703 8985 (Toll Free) / US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free) 
Webinar ID: 658 1091 7420

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Meeting recording: click here.

NOVEMBER

November 10, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:

  • did not require a Site Plan and/or a Watercourse Assessment as per the SSI LTC DAI Bylaw No. 175 (SS-TUP-2020.3, 215 Margolin Road)
  • requested that the applicant provide a report from an engineer certifying the structures within the 15 metre setback to the natural boundary of the sea are located on non-erodible material (SS-DVP-2020.7, 1020 Sunset Drive).
  • accepted a covenant under Section 219 of the Land Title Act requiring treatment of water from the registered owner of Lot A, Section 3, Range 5 East, North Salt Spring Island, Cowichan District, Plan 31729 (SS-SUB-2018.4, 400 Long Harbour Road)
  • exempted proposed Lot 1 and proposed Remainder Lot A of Lot A, Section 3, Range 5 East, North Salt Spring Island, Cowichan District, Plan 31729 of subdivision (SS-SUB-2018.4, 400 Long Harbour Road) from the 10 per cent minimum lot frontage requirements of Section 512 of the Local Government Act and Subsection 5.3.1 of the Salt Spring Island Land Use Bylaw No. 355.
  • approved issuance of Development Permit SS-DP-2020.7 conditional upon receipt of a landscaping security in the amount of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) to include the cost of a children’s play area as may be approved by the strata (107 Atkins Road).
  • approved issuance of Temporary Use Permit SS-TUP- 2019.7 as amended, for a period of three years (133 Caprice Heights).
  • rescinded resolution SS-2018-294 (170 Jones Road).
  • issued Soil Deposit and Removal Permit SS-SDP-2016.3 (170 Jones Road).
  • issued temporary use permit SS-TUP-2018.3 as shown and amended in Appendix 2 of the staff report dated November 10, 2020 (170 Jones Road).
  • endorsed staff to enter into a cost recovery agreement with the applicant of SS-RZ-2013.6 to draft a Section 219 covenant (2850 Fulford-Ganges Road).
  • directed staff to draft a Section 219 covenant that restricts upland development in the parking lot area unless the works are consistent with the recommendations of an archaeological impact assessment from a registered archaeologist (2850 Fulford-Ganges Road).
  • determined that there is a community need to process SS-TUP-2020.4 (570 Blackburn Road) while the prohibited use is continuing and direct staff, per standing resolution SS-2020-045, to temporarily cease bylaw enforcement action for commercial and general employment uses until consideration of SS-TUP-2020.4 
  • added Portable Sawmills under Item 2 - Land Use Bylaw Amendments.
  • approved the proposed Ganges Village Area Plan Project Charter and project budget, approved in principle the proposed Ganges Village Area Plan Public Engagement Framework, approved the draft Terms of Reference as amended for the Ganges Village Planning Task Force, supported the grant applicant for the Regional Community-to-Community Forum Program 2020-2021 and transferred $2,500 from the Cannabis Regulation project to the Ganges Village Planning project.

November 10, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda: please check back for updates.
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Webinar ID: 644 0230 0490

Watch Live Stream in real time: https://collaboratevideo.net/islandstrust/A

Click here to watch the recording. 

This meeting will be recorded and posted on the Islands Trust website.  For those who are unable to join or watch the live webinar, a link to the recorded live stream will be available on the Islands Trust website a few days after the meeting. 

November 5, 2020 | CIM - Protection of the Coastal Douglas-fir Zone and Associated Ecosystems

Meeting Notice: click here.
Meeting Agenda Cover:
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Webinar ID: 651 3793 9348

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This meeting will be recorded and posted on the Islands Trust website.  For those who are unable to join or watch the live webinar, a link to the recorded live stream will be available on the Islands Trust website a few days after the meeting.

OCTOBER

  • October 6, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • requested staff to forward correspondence Item 8.17 to the Trust Programs Committee.
    • approved issuance of Development Variance Permit SS-DVP-2020.8 (180 Head Street).
    • accepted in principle a covenant under section 219 of the Land Title Act requiring a water treatment system for proposed Lot 1, 2, and 3 created by the subdivision of Section 3, accepted in principle a covenant under section 219 of the Land Title Act restricting the permitted uses for proposed Lot 2 created by the subdivision of Section 3, and accept a covenant under section 219 of the Land Title Act restricting further subdivision for proposed Lot 3 created by the subdivision of Section 3, Range 2 West, North Salt Spring Island, Cowichan District, Except Part In Plan 3955 and designate any member of the Local Trust Committee to sign the covenant SS-SUB-2018.5, (200 Collins Rd).
    • approved issuance of SS-DVP-2020.10 (118 & Lot B Jackson Avenue) conditional upon receipt of confirmation of registration of a covenant within three (3) months deferring the construction of a sidewalk.
    • directed staff to refer application SS-DP-2020.7 (107 Atkins Road) to the APC for comment before the next SSI LTC Regular Business meeting on 2020-11-10.

For report and project related resolutions, please refer to the SSI LTC Regular Business meeting minutes from 2020-10-06 (forthcoming). 

October 6, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda: click here.
To join Electronically: click here.
To Call into the meeting: Canada: 855 703 8985 (Toll Free) / US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free) 
Webinar ID: 628 0136 0136

This meeting will be recorded and posted on the Islands Trust website.  For those who are unable to join or watch the live webinar, a link to the recorded live stream will be available on the Islands Trust website a few days after the meeting.

Live Stream: Click Here to watch.

  • September 1, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • to continue electronic meetings in accordance with Ministerial Order M192.
    • directed staff to report back on consideration of adding required signs in the Development Procedures Bylaw.
    • directed staff to seek staff-to-staff meetings with Tsawout First Nation, Halalt First Nation, Lyackson First Nation, and Cowichan Tribes to determine what information and/or commitments would be required to satisfy the concerns raised in their referral responses to Bylaws No. 474 and 475.
    • accepted a covenant requiring submission of acceptance of a drainage plan prior to construction, and upon confirmation, approved issuance of SS-DP-2020.6 (143 Jennifer Way).
    • approved issuance of the amended Temporary Use Permit SS-TUP-2020.2 (180 Thomas Road).
    • directed staff to report on organizing the Projects List under broad categories and to remove outdated items.
    • requested staff to respond to the referral from the Thetis Island Local Trust Committee for Bylaws No. 108 & 109, indicating that interests are unaffected.

Live Stream: Click Here to watch.

SEPTEMBER

September 1, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda: click here.
Meeting Agenda Addendum: click here.

To join Electronically: click here.
To Call into the meeting: Canada: 855 703 8985 (Toll Free) / US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free) 
Webinar ID: 634 9346 9946 

AUGUST

August 10, 2020 | OFFICE REOPENING

Salt Spring Island office re-opens August 10, 2020. Safety protocols will be in place as per the Islands Trust Safety Plan.

JULY

  • July 28, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • rescinded resolution SS-2020-085 referring draft permits and correspondence related to SS-DP-2020.3 and SS-DVP-2020.5 to the APC and approved issuance of SS-DVP-2020.5 and SS-DP-2020.3 conditional upon receipt of a Letter of Undertaking from the applicant’s lawyer regarding the registration of the Statutory Right of Way (132 Corbett Road).
    • approved issuance of SS-DP-2020.2 and SS-DVP-2020.4 (374 Lower Ganges Road).
    • approved issuance of SS-DP-2018.15 (281 Beaver Point Road) and accepted two amended covenants requiring treatment of water and restricting further subdivision from the registered owners and designated any member of the LTC to sign the covenants. Also accepted the amount of $15,000 as cash in lieu of park land and park land dedication in accordance with the plan shown.
    • approved issuance of SS-DP-2020.4 (250 Furness Road) and accepted a covenant restricting use and prohibiting further subdivision and disposition of the common property separate from the strata lots from the registered owners and designated any member of the LTC to sign the covenant.
    • approved issuance of SS-DP-2020.5 (121 Seaview Avenue) conditional upon receipt of a report from an environmental monitor confirming the hay bale and silt filter fences have been installed in accordance with and satisfy permit conditions.
    • directed staff to amend the Protection of Coastal Douglas-Fir and Associated Ecosystems Project to add the following: “collaborate with community groups, conservation groups, and individuals to advance a broad set of tools for protection of the Coastal Douglas-fir Zone”; and, “develop suitable project performance measures and monitor outcomes”.
    • Endorsed Protection of Coastal Douglas-Fir and Associated Ecosystems Project and transferred $1,000 in project funds from its Regulation of Cannabis Production Project budget to the Protection of Coastal Douglas-fir and Associated Ecosystems Project.
    • noted use of unspent special property tax requisition funds for water sustainability projects should be based on recommendations from the Salt Spring Island Watershed Protection Alliance.
    • adopted Bylaw No. 488, 489 and 490 and directed staff to execute the implementation plan for adoption of Bylaw No. 488, 489 and 490 described in the staff report of July 28, 2020.
    • added Waste Transfer and Commercial Truck/Heavy Equipment Storage to the LTC Projects List.
    • not to enforce Covenant EW25260 2004-03-02 conditional upon the development being in significant conformity with the Salt Spring Island Rainbow Road Multipurpose Room Site Plan dated June 24, 2020.
    • directed staff to draft a letter from the Chair addressed to key vacation rental platforms informing them of local bylaws and requesting that they immediately remove properties that contravene these bylaws, especially entire homes, in an effort to reinforce bylaws and control the spread of COVID-19.

July 28, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda: Click here and select Tuesday, July 28, 2020 on the Meeting Calendar
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Webinar ID: 668 4160 6644

JUNE

  • June 30, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • deferred application SS-TUP-2020.1 (315 Robinson Road) until September 2020 and directed staff to obtain a legal opinion regarding advice on accessory uses on the Cottages on Salt Spring Resort Ltd. property with reference to the letter received from Platform Properties.
    • requested staff to forward application SS-ALR-2020.1 to the Agricultural Land Commission with support for the following reasons:
             a. The non-farm use is consistent with subject property zoning;
             b. The application is minor in nature;
             c. The application does not affect the long-term agricultural potential of the property.
    • waived the requirements for noise, lighting and vegetation assessments as per Bylaw No. 175 for application SS-DP-2020.2 (374 Lower Ganges Road).
    • approved issuance of SS-DVP-2020.6 (123 Lee Ann Road) and SS-DVP-2020.2 (121 Peregrine Way). added Development of a Music Strategy to the Local Trust Committee Projects List.
    • Directed staff to refer the following items to the SSI APC for feedback:
             1. Proposed development variance permit SS-DVP-2020.5; and
             2. Correspondence and all attachments from Islanders Working against Violence dated June 23, 2020.
    • directed staff to draft a Request for Decision for Islands Trust Council proposing amendment to Trust Council Policy 6.3.2 that would authorize the use of unspent special property tax requisition funds from previous fiscal years on Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee projects connected to the original project for which the funds were sought, while that original project remains ongoing.
    • allocated $2,500 from its Coastal Douglas-fir and Associated Ecosystem Protection project budget to develop education materials.
    • directed staff to close application file SS-SUB-2015.8 if the surveyed plan of subdivision is not received by December 31, 2020 and to close application file SS-SUB-2016.3.
    • directed staff to schedule a Special Meeting to discuss agricultural priorities on Salt Spring Island with members of the APC and the AAPC.

June 30, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

Meeting Agenda - click here and select June 30, 2020 on the meeting calendar.

To join Electronically: click here
To Call into the meeting: Canada: 
855 703 8985 (Toll Free) / US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free) 
Webinar ID: 
663 5094 0518

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June 8, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Special Business Meeting

Important Notice - click here.
Meeting Agenda - click here and select June 8, 2020 on the Meeting Calendar.

To join Electronically: click here
To Call into the meeting: Canada: 855 703 8985 (Toll Free) / US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free) 
Webinar ID: 674 2321 7285

MAY

May 26, 2020 

Rural Evidence Review Project and Survey:
https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8dnPQoh96wp4061

  • May 26, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • directed staff to post the Rural Evidence Review Project link and Survey to the Islands Trust website.
    • supported formation and funding for a Southern Gulf Island Secretariat as described in Trustee Morrison’s May 15, 2020 letter to the Trust Programs Committee.
    • did not require a Watercourse Assessment for application SS-TUP-2020.2 (180 Thomas Road) as per the SSI LTC Development Approvals Information Bylaw No. 175.
    • approved issuance of SS-DVP-2020.3 (163 Thomas Road) as amended and directed staff to not forward the application to bylaw enforcement at this time.
    • approved issuance of SS-DVP-2020.1 (130 Langs Road) conditional upon receipt of a letter of credit for the installation of a rain garden in the amount of nine hundred dollars ($900.00).
    • denied application SS-RZ-2018.2 (133, 177 and 201 Suneagle Drive).
    • application SS-RZ-2013.7 (Lot 10, Park Drive) was put in abeyance for a period of six months.
    • adopted Bylaw No. 519, as amended. 
    • approved amended text for inclusion in the 2019-2020 Annual Report, for approval by Trust Council, and submission to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
    • endorsed project proposal “Linking Coastal Douglas Fir forests and community health in the Gulf Islands: educational resources for Salt Spring and other Gulf Islanders” and allocated $1,500 from its Communications Expense Budget and $4,500 from its Education and Communications Budget to develop educational materials.
    • directed bylaw enforcement to not enforce against restaurants, liquor primary establishments or manufacturing licenses setting up temporary structures, within their respective lots, contrary to parking regulations and existing Development Permits, while COVID-19 restrictions limiting seating capacity and occupancy are in place and subject to establishments receiving required provincial approvals.
    • directed staff to publicly release the agenda package eleven calendar days before a regular scheduled meeting.
    • directed staff to schedule a special meeting for Trustees to review top priority projects and resources to support the development of a business case and budget for a Ganges Village Planning project for the 2021/22 fiscal year.
    • requested staff to respond to letter received from the CRD dated February 13, 2020 and advise that the SSI LTC is willing to explore the feasibility of a rezoning process.
    • referred the “Proof of Sustainable Water in Subdivision Applications” staff report to the SSIWPA Technical Working Group for recommendation and directed staff to draft a bylaw to strengthen groundwater protection during the subdivision approval process in consideration of the project charter.

APRIL 

  • April 28, 2020 | SSI LTC Electronic Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • directed staff to prepare a report regarding the March 5,2020 SSI AAPC recommendations.
    • requested staff to prepare a report on the SSI LTC Top Priorities and SSI LTC Projects List in relation to the SSI LTC’s strategic plan in particular to Ganges Village Planning.
    • deferred the Sustainability Master Project Charter Version 9 to a future meeting.
    • renamed its “Groundwater Preservation Project” to “Groundwater Sustainability Strategy.”
    • directed staff to continue groundwater well and lake monitoring for the 2020/21 fiscal year per Groundwater Sustainability Strategy Project Charter Version 9 attached as Appendix 2 to the staff report dated April 28, 2020 and directed staff to provide the SSI LTC with a project charter that is prepared in collaboration with relevant partner agencies to develop a community monitoring well and lake monitoring plan.
    • directed staff to prepare a report regarding proof of water availability for subdivision that will include examples from other jurisdictions.
    • Bylaw No. 512 adopted as amended and directed staff to implement Bylaw No. 512 in accordance with the implementation plan described in the staff report dated April 28, 2020.
    • adopted policy on unlawful land uses and planning applications.
    • requested staff to forward items 10.16 to 10.22 to the Capital Regional District Salt Spring Island Emergency Services Program.
    • to exempt application SS-LCRB-2019.5 from the requirement to be subject to a public meeting as per Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee Standing Resolution SS-2018-177 (Cannabis Regulation) and directed staff to send a response to the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch regarding the Cannabis Retail Sales license application for 382 Lower Ganges Rd.
    • directed staff to include a record of the community consultation with the response to the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch regarding the Cannabis Retail Sales license application and directed staff to consider the correspondence received for application SS-LCRB-2019.5 in consideration of the cannabis production project.
  • April 2, 2020 | Resolution Without Meeting (RWM) Decision Highlights:amended the Coast Douglas-fir and Associated Ecosystems Project and requested staff bring back the project charter for approval.
    • The Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee (SSI LTC) adopted the minutes from the March 2, 2020 Special Meeting via Resolution-Without-Meeting.  The Special Meeting was for a Community Information Meeting for Proposed Bylaw No. 471 (Temporary Use Permits for Residential Uses).  The minutes can be found here.

April 2, 2020 | Resolution Without Meeting (RWM) Decision Highlights

SSI LTC adopted the minutes from the March 2, 2020 Special Meeting via Resolution-Without-Meeting.  The Special Meeting was for a Community Information Meeting for Proposed Bylaw No. 471 (Temporary Use Permits for Residential Uses).  The minutes can be found here.

April 28, 2020 | Electronic SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting

The Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee (SSI LTC) has decided to have their April 28, 2020 SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting electronically.

Important Notice - click here
Meeting Agenda 
- click here  and select April 28, 2020 on the Meeting Calendar.

Note: The Islands Trust Office provides electronic meeting facilities and space for social distancing, but the public are encouraged to stay home and to view and listen to the meeting electronically.

Facility for the meeting:
 Islands Trust Office -  200-1627 Fort Street, Victoria BC V8R 1H8. 
To join Electronically: 
click here
To Call into the meeting: 
Canada: 855 703 8985 (Toll Free) / US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free) 
Webinar ID:
 675 4431 2685

MARCH

March 24, 2020 | Resolution Without Meeting (RWM) Decision Highlights

The SSI LTC approved issuance of development permit SS-DP-2019.10 (176 Bishops Walk Road) via Resolution-Without-Meeting. The SSI LTC approved a water covenant as part of a 2-Lot subdivision (SS-SUB-2016.5, 600 Isabella Point Road) via Resolution-Without-Meeting.

March 24, 2020 | CANCELLED: SSILTC Regular Business Meeting

The SSI LTC Regular Business Meeting of Tuesday, March 24, 2020 has been cancelled. Our next Regular Business meeting is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 at the Hart Bradley Memorial Hall, Lions Club, 103 Bonnet Avenue, Salt Spring Island.

March 23, 2020 | Resolution Without Meeting (RWM) Decision Highlights

The SSI LTC adopted the minutes from the February 18, 2020 Regular Business meeting via Resolution-Without-Meeting.

March 18, 2020 | NOTICE OF OFFICE CLOSURE

The Islands Trust, Salt Spring Island location is currently closed to public walk-ins. We are continuing operations during our regular business hours. To leave a message, please call 250-537-9144 or email: ssiinfo@islandstrust.bc.ca

March 10, 2020 | NEW: SSILTC Development Approval Information Bylaw No. 175

On March 10, 2020, Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee Development Approval Information Bylaw No. 175 (DAI Bylaw) was adopted. This administrative bylaw enables the Salt Spring Island Local trust Committee to require information from an applicant, as to the impacts of the proposed developments for development permit, rezoning or temporary use permit applications. The purpose of the DAI Bylaw is to establish a clear standard of requested information while also creating a more transparent submission process for applicants.

FEBRUARY

  • February 18, 2020 | SSI LTC Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • amended the Coast Douglas-fir and Associated Ecosystems Project and requested staff bring back the project charter for approval.
    • requested the Islands Trust Council to include a special property tax requisition for the SSI Local Trust Area in the amount of $75, 500.00 in its 2020/21 annual budget, to fund additional operation of the SSI LTC in preserving and protecting the quality and quantity of water resources within the Trust Area.
    • Bylaw No. 512 – Affordable Rental Housing – Cottages Project be read a third time, as amended, and forwarded on to Islands Trust Executive Committee for approval.
    • requested staff to expedite processing of an application from the Salt Spring Island Farmland Trust for a compositing facility and Burgoyne Bay.
    • referred the Advisory Commission Terms of Reference to the Agricultural Advisory Planning Commission for review and discussion.
    • declined amending Covenant FB102667 (Channel Ridge Covenant Amendment)
    • directed staff to write a letter of support for the Salt Spring Solutions Housing Solutions Lab grant application, for signature by the Chair.
    • Bylaw No. 517 and Bylaw No. 515, be adopted (154 Kings Lane, SSI)
    • issued SS-DP-2019.4 (154 Kings Lane), as amended.
    • approved SS-TUP-2019.8 (804 Fulford-Ganges Road) up to 3 years on the condition that the applicant seek a commercial access permit from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
    • amended Bylaw No. 520 and to send to external agencies for additional referral, and approved a seasonal cottage to be maintained as a permitted use on the Section 219 restrictive covenant SS-RZ-2018.3 (377 Seymour Heights)
    • directed staff to hold a public meeting regarding Cannabis Retail Store license application for SS-LCB-2019.5 (382 Lower Ganges Road)
    • denied issuance of SS-DVP-2019.5 (351 Mountain Park Drive)

JANUARY

  • January 21, 2020 | SSI LTC Regular Meeting Highlights:
    • added “Improving Islands Trust and Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee Communications” to the Projects List and included “Mine permits for aggregate pits and quarries.”
    • requested staff to provide a report regarding how the Salt Spring Island Watershed Protection Alliance (SSIWPA) unspent reserve funds can be allocated.
    • requested staff to forward correspondence items 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4 and 9.5 to the Housing Working Group for consideration.
    • approved issuance of SS-TUP-2019.4 (189 Jones Road) for up to 2 years.
    • approved issuance of SS-DVP-2019.6 (445 Blackburn Road)
    • approved issuance of SS-DP-2019.2 (600 Isabella Point Road)
    • approved issuance of SS-DP-2019.12 (121 Upper Ganges Road)
    • Proposed Bylaw No. 519 (127 Lower Ganges Road), as amended, received 2nd and 3rd reading and was forwarded to the Secretary of the Islands Trust for approval by the Executive Committee.
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