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Correspondence with RMOW about hanging baskets, January 9

A letter to Florence Petersen at the Whistler Museum and Archives from Lori Burgoyne at the Resort Municipality of Whislter about a hanging basket order for the summer of 1989. The letter gives information about pricing and maintenance options for flower baskets. A handwritten note in the bottom right corner reminds the recipient to get more information by phone.

David Hall Fonds

  • WA_2017_038
  • Fonds
  • 1974-1984

Documents from Economic Planning Group:

  1. Official Community Plan(s) 74 - 81
  2. Recreation Master Plan
  3. Concept Plan
  4. Design Guidelines
  5. Whistler Economic Effects Feb '78 + Dec '80
  6. Whistler Mountain Area - An Overview of the Role of Government
  7. Whistler Town Centre Development Program SGM
  8. Community Development Study 1974
  9. Whistler Town Centre - APRA
  10. 1st Draft Report
  11. Whistler - A Banking Opportunity
  12. Whistler Village Facts
  13. Whistler Magazine
  14. Whistler Town Flyer
  15. Market Summary - '78
  16. Whistler Village Land Company - Annual General Meeting 1st
  17. Whistler Village Land Company - Annual General Meeting 2nd
  18. Whistler Resort Association - Bylaws
    20a. Proposal Call - 1st - Phase I
    20b. Proposal Call - 2nd - Market Survey
    20c. Proposal Call - 2nd - Phase II
    20d. Proposal Call - 2nd - Soil Information
    20e. Proposal Call - 3rd - Phase III
    20f. Proposal Call - 3rd - Parcel 52
    20g. Proposal Call - 3rd - Soil Information
    20h. Proposal Call - Site # 14
    20i. Proposal Call - 4th - Phase IV
  19. Covenant I + II
  20. Resort Municipality of Whistler - Land Use Contract
  21. ???
  22. Al Raine - Remarks - Whistler Village Land Company AGM
  23. Whistler Town Centre Summary (Blue)
  24. Whistler Update Report - Ski Consultants Inc.
  25. Recreation Canada Article
  26. Whistler Resort Association - AGM
  27. Analysis of November Budget
  28. Mountain Inn
  29. Carleton Resort Ltd.
  30. Brandywine Inn
  31. Analysis and notes
  32. Commercial Accommodation Market Survey and Analysis
  33. Ecosign Accommodation Analysis 1983 - 84 (winter)
  34. Official Community Plan, 1982
  35. Gondola Area Land Use and Urban Design study
  36. Preliminary Overview of Community Facilities Requirements
  37. Whistler Village sites
  38. Resort Municipality of Whistler Amendment Act, 1979
  39. 1983 Annual Report
  40. Commercial Demand Study
  41. The Whistler Story

Delivering the Dream

The Delivering the Dream 2010 Winter Games Strategic Framework Summary for the Resort Municipality of Whistler from September 2008. The manual covers the objectives for the community leading up to and hosting the games, as well as the lasting impacts the games are projected to have on the municipality.

Section titles include:
Delivering the Dream (introduction)
Once in a Lifetime Opportunity
Strategic Objective: Preparing for Extraordinary Games
Strategic Objective: Maximizing Business Success
Strategic Objective: Capitalizing on Tourism Opportunities
Strategic Objective: Enhancing Arts, Culture and Heritage
Strategic Objective: Community Engagement
Strategic Objective: Supporting Canadian Athletes
Strategic Objective: Creating the Right Environment for Athletes
Strategic Objective: Volunteerism and Community Pride
Strategic Objective: Delivery of Municipal Services
Strategic Objective: Partnerships
Strategic Objective: Accelerating Our Journey Toward Sustainability
Our Lasting Legacies

Documents

Documents donated by the Racey family regarding the RMOW's Heritage Plan, Gondola Area Study, the building of Highway 99, and the procurement and maintenance of their plot of land near Wayside Park on Alta Lake. Donated by Alison Apps (nee Racey).

Don MacLaurin

  • MACLAURIN_2017_011
  • Fonds
  • 1929 - 2013

Fonds contain the records of Don MacLaurin. MacLaurin was involved in the forestry industry of British Columbia, taught at BCIT, and was heavily involved with the Resort Municipality of Whistler. He was in several forestry associations, including the Canadian Institute of Forestry, British Columbia Foresters, and the Forest Nursery Association of British Columbia. MacLaurin created the Whistler Interpretive Forest. MacLaurin also completed assessments for private developers. Included in the fonds are his personal records.

Most of the records were created in the Whistler region.

MacLaurin, Don

Draft of Official Community Plan - October 29, 1976

  • WA_2019_037-01-004
  • File
  • October 29, 1976
  • Part of Geoff Pearce

Draft of the Official Community Plan sent to the Resort Municipality of Whistler on behalf of Urban Programme Planners (of R. E. Mann Ltd.) on October 29, 1976. The document is a revised and expanded version of Bylaw No. 8 [WA_2019_037_01_003]. The plan is preceded by a letter to council presenting the plan on behalf of R. E. Mann and D. A. Halverson. The plan itself covers development area designations and policies, accommodation projection and allocation, distribution of future accommodation, accommodation mix, residential areas and potential residential areas, local commercial services, service commercial and industrial areas, recreation reserve areas, rural resource areas, transportation policies, sewer and water systems, and zoning and subdivision development regulations.

Enough is Enough mental health fundraising journey ends in Whistler + duplicate

An article from The Pique on September 5, 2013 entitled "Enough is Enough mental health fundraising journey ends in Whistler." The article is about the final ride of Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's Enough is Enough cycling trip across Canada to raise funds for the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and awareness about mental health. It also discusses a million dollar donation to the cause from Andy and Cheryl Szocs. Found in scrapbook. 1 duplicate.

First Recreation Master Plan

This item is the Resort Municipality's first recreation master plan technical drawing by Trevor Roote. The file contains a three year (1981-1983) program - recreation land development prepared by Trevor Roote, and the sketch was used at public meetings to promote a referendum which raised two million dollars. The funds were used to start building the valley floor recreation facilities like parks, trails, and beaches. The original plan was produced by a volunteer ad hoc committee including Trevor Roote, Al Raine, Murray Coates, Sid Young and Cesar Gianna.

Five-Year Financial Plan 2009-2014 + Duplicate

The Five-Year Financial Plan for the Resort Municipality of Whistler from 2009-2014. One of the two copies has the name Bill Barratt inscribed in the front cover. One duplicate.

Table of Contents:
Chapter One: Administrator's Message
1.1 Whistler2020
1.2 Long-Term Financial Plan
1.2 Five-Year Financial Plan 2009-2014

  • 1.2 Priorities
    -1.2 Key Deliverables
    • 1.3 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
    • Continued integration of Whistler2020
      1.3 Issues
      -1.5 Community Engagement
      -1.6 Property Tax Trends
      -1.6 Table 1.1 Increased Costs Budgeted
      -1.6 Impact of the 2008 budget
      -1.6 Transit
      -1.7 Labour
      -1.7 Income
      -1.7 RCMP
      -1.7 Parking Fees
      -1.7 Impact on Parking Taxes
      1.7 Five Year Financial Plan 2009-2014 Summary
      -1.7 Table 1.2 Revenue (All Funds) 2009 budget
      -1.7 Table 1.3 Expenditure (All Funds) 2009 budget
      -1.7 Staff Levels
      -1.8 Projects Program
      -1.8 Table 1.4 Projects (All Funds) 2009 budget
      -1.9 Municipal Debt
      1.9 Summary
      Chapter Two: The Resort Community
      2.1 Where it all Started
      2.1 Location
      2.2 People
      2.2 A World-Class Resort
      2.3 Community and Culture
      2.5 The Economy
      Chapter Three: The Municipal Financial System
      3.1 Introduction
      3.1 Municipal Finance
      -3.1 Corporate Structure
      -3.1 Mayor and Council
      -3.1 Chief Administrative Officer
      -3.1 2010 Games Office
      -3.1 Policy and Program Development
      -3.1 Economic Viability
      -3.2 RMOW Organizational Chart
      -3.2 Resort Experience
      -3.2 Environmental Services
      -3.2 Community Life
      -3.3 Fund Accounting, Utilities and Reserves
      -3.3 Sewer Utility Example
      -3.3 Revenues and Expenditures
      -3.3 Reserves
      -3.4 Balanced Budget
      3.4 Financial Principles and Policies
      -3.4 Financial Principles
      -3.4 Whistler2020
      -3.4 The Whistler Experience
      -3.5 Financial Prudence and Responsibility
      -3.5 Efficient and Effective Government
      -3.5 Fairness and Equity
      -3.5 Building Community
      -3.5 Innovation
      -3.5 Leadership
      -3.5 Openness and Transparency
      -3.6 Financial Policies
      -3.6 Infrastructure Planning
      -3.6 Cost-Revenue Gap
      -3.7 Property Taxes
      -3.8 Revenue Uncertainty
      -3.8 Private Investment in Overnight Properties
      -3.8 Use of Resort Municipality Transfer Tax
      -3.9 Investment Management
      Chapter Four: The Budge Process
      4.1 Departmental Budgets
      4.1 Annual Target Operating Budget
      4.2 Supplemental Request
      4.2 Budget System in Action Chart
      4.3 The Budget Cycle
      -4.3 Budget Cycle Summary
      -4.3 Establish the Budge Guidelines
      -4.3 Divisions Prepare their Requests
      -4.3 Ranking of Requests
      -4.3 Public Consultation Process
      -4.3 Council Adoption of the Budget
      -4.4 Amending the Budget After Adoption
      Chapter Five: Factors Affecting Budget
      5.1 Economic Factors
      -5.1 Global Economic Downturn
      -5.1 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
      -5.1 Property Development
      -5.2 Strata Hotel Classification
      5.2 Key Trends
      -5.2 Inflation
      -5.2 Changes in Existing Assessment
      -5.3 New Construction
      -5.3 Investment Income
      -5.4 Resort Municipality Transfer Tax
      5.5 Community Life Tracking Survey
      -5.5 Perceived Value for Money of Services Provided
      -5.5 Preferred Action to Deal With Anticipated Budget Shortfall
      5.6 Budget Guidelines
      -5.6 General Tax Rate
      -5.7 Other Fees and Charges
      -5.7 Departmental Budgets
      -5.7 Summary
      Chapter Six: Strategic Business Plan
      6.1 Whistler2020 - Moving Toward a Sustainable Future
      -6.1 What is Whistler2020?
      -6.1 Why is Whistler2020 Important?
      -6.1 Who is Responsible for Whistler2020?
      -6.1 How is Progress Toward Whistler2020 Monitored?
      -6.2 The Whistler2020 Framework
      -6.2 Whistler2020 Values
      -6.2 Whistler2020 Priorities
      -6.2 Whistler2020 Strategies
      -6.3 RMOW-Lead Whistler2020 Actions for 2009
      -6.3 Arts, Culture & Heritage
      -6.3 Built Environment
      -6.4 Health & Social
      -6.4 Materials and Solid Waste
      -6.4 Natural Areas
      -6.5 Recreation & Leisure
      -6.5 Resident Housing
      -6.6 Transportation
      -6.6 Visitor Experience
      -6.6 Water
      6.7 Strategic Framework for 2010 Winter Games
      -6.7 Strategic Objectives
      -6.7 Preparing for Extraordinary Games
      -6.7 Maximizing Business Success
      -6.7 Capitalizing on Tourism Opportunities
      -6.7 Enhancing Arts, Culture and Heritage
      -6.8 Community Engagement
      -6.8 Supporting Canadian Athletes
      -6.8 Creating the Right Environment for Athletes
      -6.8 Volunteerism and Community Pride
      -6.8 Delivery of Municipal Services
      -6.8 Partnerships
      -6.8 Accelerating Our Journey Toward Sustainability
      Chapter Seven: Revenues and Expenditures
      7.1 Summary of Revenues
      -7.1 Table 7.1 Revenue Categories 2009 Budget
      -7.2 Property and Parcel Taxes
      -7.2 Resort Municipality Transfer Tax
      -7.2 Grants in Lieu
      -7.2 Penalties and Interest
      -7.3 Provincial Grants
      -7.3 Interest Income
      -7.3 Fees and Charges
      -7.3 Utility User Fees
      7.4 Summary of Expenditures
      -7.4 Table 7.2 Expenditure Categories 2009 Budge
      -7.4 Operating
      -7.5 Residents and Partners
      -7.5 Transfers
      -7.5 Reserve Contributions
      -7.5 Other
      -7.5 Conference Hosting
      -7.6 Summary of Debt Obligation
      -7.6 Current Debt Levels
      -7.7 Borrowing Capacity
      -7.7 Table 7.3 Existing Long-Term Debt Repayments
      -7.7 Effect on Future Operations
      7.8 Summary of Personnel
      -7.8 Staffing of the Municipality
      -7.8 Summary of Changes
      -7.9 Table 7.4 Full Time Equivalents by Division
      7.10 Transit Services
      7.10 Policing
      7.10 Whistler Housing Authority
      -7.11 Whistler Housing Authority Five-Year Operating Projections
      Chapter Eight: Project Program
      -8.1 Table 8.1 Project Expenditure Program
      8.2 Project Program
      -8.2 Table 8.2 Project Expenditures 2009-2014
      -8.3 Table 8.3 Project Funding Sources 2009-2014
      -8.4 Table 8.4 Detailed List of Projects for 2009
      -8.4 General Fund
      -8.6 Water Fund
      -8.7 Sewer Fund
      -8.7 Solid Waste Fund
      8.8 Operational Impacts
      -8.8 Table 8.5 Ongoing Operating Costs Associated with Projects
      8.10 2009 Project Descriptions
      -8.10 Enhancing the Resort Experience
      -8.13 Enriching Community Life
      -8.14 Ensuring Economic Viability
      -8.15 Protecting the Environment
      -8.16 Water Fund
      -8.18 Sewer and Solid Waste Funds
      8.19 Whistler Athletes' Village
      Chapter Nine: Summary Schedules
      9.1 Five-Year Financial Plan 2009-2014
      9.2 Schedule A
      -9.2 Consolidated Fund Summary - Operating
      -9.4 General Fund Summary
      -9.6 4% Resort Municipality Transfer Tax
      -9.8 2% Resort Municipality Transfer Tax
      9.9 Schedule B
      -9.9 Water Fund Operations
      -9.10 Sewer Fund Operations
      -9.11 Solid Waste Operations
      9.12 Schedule C
      -9.12 Consolidated Fund Summary - Projects
      9.14 Project Details
      -9.14 General Fund Project Details
      -9.22 Water Fund Project Details
      -9.26 Sewer Fund Project Details
      -9.28 Solid Waste Fund Project Details
      9.30 Reserves
      -9.30 General Fund Reserves
      -9.31 Utility Fund Reserves
      I Glossary
      VII Acknowledgements

Five-Year Financial Plan 2011-2015 + Duplicate

The Five-Year Financial Plan for the Resort Municipality of Whistler, 2011-2015. One duplicate.

Table of Contents:
Chapter One: Administrator's Message
1.1 Whistler2020
1.2 Long-Term Financial Plan
1.2 Five-Year Financial Plan 2011-2015

  • 1.2 Chapter's Overview
    -1.2 Key Aspects
    -1.3 Economy
    -1.3 Strata Hotel Classification
    -1.3 Development
    -1.3 Energy Management
    -1.3 Transit
    -1.4 Labour
    -1.4 Investment Income
    -1.4 Other Income
    -1.4 Policing
    -1.4 Parking Fees
    -1.4 Impact on Property Taxes
    1.5 Cost Reductions and Additional Revenues
    -1.5 Table 1.1 Items Reducing Property Tax Funding Requirements 2011 Budget
    -1.5 Community Engagement
    1.6 Five Year Financial Plan 2011-2015 Summary
    -1.6 Table 1.2 Revenue (All Funds) 2011 budget
    -1.6 Table 1.3 Expenditure (All Funds) 2009 budget
    -1.6 Staff Levels
    -1.6 Projects Program
    -1.6 Table 1.4 Projects (All Funds) 2011 budget
    -1.7 Official Community Plan Review
    Chapter Two: The Resort Community
    2.1 Where it all Started
    2.1 Location
    2.2 People
    2.2 A World-Class Resort
    2.3 Community and Culture
    2.5 The Economy
    Chapter Three: The Municipal Financial System
    3.1 Introduction
    3.1 Municipal Finance
    -3.1 Corporate Structure
    -3.1 Mayor and Council
    -3.1 Chief Administrative Officer
    -3.1 Policy and Program Development
    -3.2 RMOW Organizational Chart
    -3.2 Economic Viability
    -3.2 Resort Experience
    -3.2 Environmental Services
    -3.2 Community Life
    -3.3 Fund Accounting, Utilities and Reserves
    -3.3 Sewer Utility Example
    -3.3 Revenues and Expenditures
    -3.4 Reserves
    3.4 Financial Principles and Policies
    -3.4 Financial Principles
    -3.4 Whistler2020
    -3.4 The Whistler Experience
    -3.4 Financial Prudence and Responsibility
    -3.5 Efficient and Effective Government
    -3.5 Fairness and Equity
    -3.5 Building Community
    -3.5 Innovation
    -3.5 Leadership
    -3.5 Openness and Transparency
    -3.5 Financial Policies
    -3.5 Infrastructure Planning
    -3.6 Cost-Revenue Gap
    -3.8 Property Taxes
    -3.8 Revenue Uncertainty
    -3.8 Private Investment in Overnight Properties
    -3.9 Use of the Additional Hotel Room Tax
    -3.9 Investment Management
    Chapter Four: The Budge Process
    4.1 Departmental Budgets
    4.1 Annual Target Operating Budget
    4.2 Supplemental Request
    4.2 Budget System in Action Chart
    4.3 The Budget Cycle
    -4.3 Budget Cycle Summary
    -4.3 Establish the Budget Guidelines
    -4.3 Divisions Prepare their Requests
    -4.3 Ranking of Requests
    -4.3 Public Consultation Process
    -4.3 Council Adoption of the Budget
    -4.4 Amending the Budget After Adoption
    Chapter Five: Factors Affecting Budget
    5.1 Economic Factors
    -5.1 Global Economic Downturn
    -5.1 Living the Dream
    -5.2 Property Development
    -5.2 Strata Hotel Classification
    5.2 Key Trends
    -5.2 Inflation
    -5.3 Changes in Existing Assessment
    -5.3 New Construction
    -5.4 Transit
    -5.4 Pay Parking
    -5.4 Energy Management
    -5.5 Investment Income
    -5.6 2% Additional Hotel Room Tax
    -5.6 Resort Municipality Initiative Grant
    -5.6 Community Life Tracking Survey
    -5.7 Perceived Value for Money of Services Provided
    -5.57Preferred Action to Deal With Anticipated Budget Shortfall
    -5.8 Budget Guidelines
    -5.8 General Tax Rate
    -5.8 Other Fees and Charges
    -5.9 Departmental Budgets
    -5.9 Summary
    Chapter Six: Strategic Business Plan
    6.1 Whistler2020 - Moving Toward a Sustainable Future
    -6.1 What is Whistler2020?
    -6.1 Why is Whistler2020 Important?
    -6.1 Who is Responsible for Whistler2020?
    -6.1 How is Progress Toward Whistler2020 Monitored?
    -6.2 The Whistler2020 Framework
    -6.2 Whistler2020 Values
    -6.2 Whistler2020 Priorities
    -6.2 Whistler2020 Strategies
    -6.2 Whistler2020 Actions
    -6.2 Whistler2020 Values
    -6.3 RMOW-Lead Whistler2020 Actions for 2011
    -6.3 Arts, Culture & Heritage
    -6.3 Built Environment
    -6.4 Energy
    -6.4 Health & Social
    -6.4 Materials and Solid Waste
    -6.4 Recreation & Leisure
    -6.4 Water
    -6.5 Looking Ahead: Municipal Objectives for 2011
    Chapter Seven: Revenues and Expenditures
    7.1 Summary of Revenues
    -7.1 Table 7.1 Revenue Categories 2011 Budget
    -7.2 Property and Parcel Taxes
    -7.2 Property Tax Exemptions
    -7.2 2% AHRT and RMI
    -7.3 Grants in Lieu
    -7.3 Penalties and Interest
    -7.3 Grants
    -7.3 Interest Income
    -7.4 Fees and Charges
    -7.3 Utility User Fees
    7.4 Summary of Expenditures
    -7.4 Table 7.2 Expenditure Categories 2011 Budge
    -7.4 Operating
    -7.5 Residents and Partners
    -7.5 Transfers
    -7.5 Reserve Contributions
    -7.5 2% AHRT and RMI
    -7.6 Festivals, Events & Animation
    -7.6 Summary of Debt Obligation
    -7.6 Current Debt Levels
    -7.7 Borrowing Capacity
    -7.7 Table 7.3 Existing Long-Term Debt Repayments
    -7.7 Effect on Future Operations
    7.7 Summary of Personnel
    -7.7 Staffing of the Municipality
    -7.7 Summary of Changes
    -7.8 Table 7.4 Full Time Equivalents by Division
    7.9 Transit Services
    7.10 Policing
    7.10 Whistler Housing Authority
    -7.11 Table 7.5 Whistler Housing Authority Five-Year Operating Projections
    Chapter Eight: Project Program
    -8.1 Table 8.1 Project Expenditure Program
    8.2 Project Program
    -8.2 Table 8.2 Project Expenditures 2011-2015
    -8.3 Table 8.3 Project Funding Sources 2011-2015
    -8.4 Table 8.4 Detailed List of Projects for 2011
    -8.4 General Fund
    -8.6 Water Fund
    -8.7 Sewer Fund
    -8.7 Solid Waste Fund
    8.8 Operational Impacts
    -8.8 Table 8.5 Ongoing Operating Costs Associated with Projects
    8.10 Project Descriptions Non-Capital Expenditures
    -8.10 Enhancing the Resort Experience
    -8.10 Enriching Community Life
    -8.11 Ensuring Economic Viability
    -8.13 Protecting the Environment
    8.14 Project Descriptions Infrastructure Maintenance
    -8.14 Enhancing the Resort Experience
    -8.15 Enriching Community Life
    -8.16 Protecting the Environment
    8.16 Project Descriptions Capital Expenditures
    -8.16 Enhancing the Resort Experience
    -8.18 Partnering for Success
    -8.19 Enriching Community Life
    -8.20 Ensuring Economic Viability
    -8.21 Protecting the Environment
    8.22 Utility Project Descriptions
    -8.22 Protecting the Environment - Water
    -8.25 Protecting the Environment - Sewer
    -8.26 Protecting the Environement - Solid Waste
    Chapter Nine: Summary Schedules
    9.1 Five-Year Financial Plan 2011-2015
    9.2 Schedule A
    -9.2 Consolidated Fund Summary - Operating
    9.4 Schedule B
    -9.4 General Fund Summary
    -9.6 Resort Municipality Initiative Grant
    -9.8 2% Additional Hotel Room Tax
    9.9 Schedule C
    -9.9 Water Fund Operations
    -9.9 Solid Waste Operations
    -9.10 Sewer Fund Operations
    9.12 Schedule D
    -9.12 Consolidated Fund Summary - Projects
    9.14 Schedule E
    -9.14 General Fund Project Details
    9.20 Schedule F
    -9.20 Water Fund Project Details
    -9.22 Sewer Fund Project Details
    -9.24 Solid Waste Fund Project Details
    9.26 Schedule G
    -9.26 General Fund Reserves
    9.28 Schedule H
    -9.28 Utility Fund Reserves
    I Glossary
    VII Acknowledgements
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