District staff are prepared to brief Council tonight on the results of the options analysis phase of the Cadboro Bay bike lanes. (Keri Coles/Oak Bay News)

Oak Bay council meeting at a glance

Council preview for Oct 16: Bike lanes, Quarterly Financial Report, and music in the park.

The Committee of the Whole council meeting begins tonight at 7 pm with a review of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission Minutes from Oct.4, 2017. The minutes, looking to be adopted, include approval of the Music in the Air event to raise public awareness of School District 61 music programs, that would see music performances by Oak Bay schools at Willows Park in May, 2018.

The Parks Commission minutes also include a playground inventory and discussion around future planning for playground upgrades. The Program, Parks and Physical Plant Report for September 2017 was presented and discussed.

After the review of Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission Minutes, council will look at the Oak Bay Quarterly Financial Report from Debbie Carter, Director of Financial Services.

A report on the Cadboro Bay Bike Lanes will follow. District staff will brief Council on the results of the options analysis phase and seek direction for the proposed project.

Land use applications will close out the meeting.

Find the agenda here.

keri.coles@oakbaynews.com

Just Posted

UPDATE: Jordan funeral procession moves along Quadra Street

Late Victoria cop mourned by officers from numerous local, out-of-town jurisdictions

Residents call on Colwood to take action against speedsters near Esquimalt Lagoon

Residents say people often to 10 to 40 km/hr over the posted speed limit

Annual cruise honours West Shore RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett

Sarah Beckett Memorial Cruise takes place Sunday, April 22

Higher revenues and cuts add to lower tax bill in Saanich

Last-minute disagreements over the police budget defined the final round of deliberations… Continue reading

Saanich Peninsula French Immersion grads welcome new students

School District 63 ceremony marks student transition

Students learn fire, earthquake and general safety in Metchosin

More than 1,000 students go through annual Fire Safety Expo

Spring Home Show this weekend in Colwood

West Shore Parks and Recreation will be transformed to showcase everything home related

Government has no solution for dangerous stretch of Highway 1

Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok met with the Ministry to talk about the dangers around Highway 1

B.C. couple caught in Kootenay Pass avalanche

Just after the ministry carried out avalanche control and opened the highway a Rossland couple was almost swept away by snow

Lance Armstrong settles $100M lawsuit with U.S. government

Disgraced cyclist reached $5-million settlement with sponsor U.S. Postal Service

2 B.C. men deemed heroes for saving man from fire

Fire on Coronation Avenue in Duncan sends one man to hospital

B.C. has highest C-section rate in Canada: report

Researcher says it’s not necessarily a bad thing

Whistler to open Canada’s first pod hotel

Pangea Pod Hotel to feature units big enough to fit a queen-sized mattress and not much else

Black Press Media acquires two new Alaska newspapers

New Media Investment Group to acquire the Akron (OH) Beacon Journal while Black Press Media takes on daily newspapers in Juneau and Kenai Alaska

Most Read