City of Revelstoke zoning bylaw overhaul push underway

In this file photo from 2010, a team of hired consultants work with community members on an overhaul of the city’s zoning-related bylaws. The plan that began here was scrapped in 2013. This time around, the city is asking an in-house development manager to complete the zoning bylaw overhaul himself.   - Times Review file photo
  • posted Apr 18, 2014 at 12:00 PM

After the collapse of the Unified Development Bylaw process in early 2013, the City of Revelstoke has been quiet on zoning plans.

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Thelma Nilsen, Revelstoke's oldest resident, dies

  • posted Apr 17, 2014at 5:00 PM

Thelma Nilsen, Revelstoke's oldest resident, died on Monday at the age of 108.

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Revelstoke explores automated garbage trucks, separate organics collection

  • posted Apr 17, 2014at 5:00 PM

Should the city move to an automated garbage truck, organics collection for composting, and bear-proof wheelie bins?

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Revelstoke explores allowing vacation rentals in all residential areas under ‘sub-zone’ concept

  • posted Apr 17, 2014at 3:00 PM

The City of Revelstoke is exploring allowing vacation rentals in all residential neighbourhoods – with conditions – under new sub-zone plan

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BCTF strike action starts Wednesday

  • posted Apr 17, 2014at 3:00 PM

Work-to-rule won't affect report cards or parent meetings, but teachers will restrict hours and refuse out-of-class supervision

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