• Nov 10, 2021

    New committee member fills vacancy on Board of Variance

    A new volunteer is joining the City of Campbell River’s Board of Variance advisory committee, and two incumbents are being reappointed as some current terms end.

    Reappointed to this committee are Michael Naish and Gerrit Kaizer. Andy Gaylor will join the Board of Variance as a new member. The Board of Variance reviews applications for minor development-related variances from the City’s Zoning Bylaw to help uphold community values as Campbell River neighbourhoods grow and change.

    “Council welcomes Andy Gaylor to the Board of Variance, and thanks all committee members for their time and dedication,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “Committee members offer a range of expertise, experience and insights to the Board of Variance, and their perspectives and recommendations enhance committee discussions.”

    “Advisory committees offer community members opportunities to become more involved in local governance,” adds city manager Deborah Sargent. “The City has several advisory committees, covering many different aspects of Campbell River. We welcome input from all interested community members, and encourage them to share information with, or participate on, the City’s advisory committees.”

    To learn more about advisory committees, visit the City’s website at www.campbellriver.ca/advisory-committees

     or contact Elle Brovold, city clerk, at 250-286-5709.

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    Contact: Deborah Sargent, City Manager                                        250-287-5740
    News release.

New committee member fills vacancy on Board of Variance

by Tanya Wood | Nov 10, 2021

A new volunteer is joining the City of Campbell River’s Board of Variance advisory committee, and two incumbents are being reappointed as some current terms end.

Reappointed to this committee are Michael Naish and Gerrit Kaizer. Andy Gaylor will join the Board of Variance as a new member. The Board of Variance reviews applications for minor development-related variances from the City’s Zoning Bylaw to help uphold community values as Campbell River neighbourhoods grow and change.

“Council welcomes Andy Gaylor to the Board of Variance, and thanks all committee members for their time and dedication,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “Committee members offer a range of expertise, experience and insights to the Board of Variance, and their perspectives and recommendations enhance committee discussions.”

“Advisory committees offer community members opportunities to become more involved in local governance,” adds city manager Deborah Sargent. “The City has several advisory committees, covering many different aspects of Campbell River. We welcome input from all interested community members, and encourage them to share information with, or participate on, the City’s advisory committees.”

To learn more about advisory committees, visit the City’s website at www.campbellriver.ca/advisory-committees

 or contact Elle Brovold, city clerk, at 250-286-5709.

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Contact: Deborah Sargent, City Manager                                        250-287-5740
News release.

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