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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.

Geoff Pearce

  • WA_2019_037
  • Fonds
  • 1976-2006

Materials gathered by Geoff Pearce during his time in Whistler, including between 1976 and 1986 as Clerk-Treasurer for Whistler's first municipal council (RMOW). Documents include Official Community Plan drafts and revisions, an Resort Municipality of Whistler Newsletter, a Commercial Accommodation Market Survey & Analysis, and a Whistler Blackcomb Vacation Guide.

Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 8 - Resort Municipality of Whistler

  • WA_2019_037-01-003
  • File
  • [c. 1976-1979]
  • Part of Geoff Pearce

Bylaw No. 8, part of the Official Community Plan for the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Photocopy of an annotated version [possibly produced by Geoff Pearce] addressed in the late 1970s at a council meeting. The bylaw 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.

Resort Municipality of Whistler

Documents gathered by Geoff Pearce during his time working as Clerk-Treasurer on Whistler's first municipal council between 1976 and 1986.

Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW)

Materials related to Sonya McCarthy's running and eventual election as Alderman on the RMOW Municpal Council in 1986 and correspondence from her time as Alderman.

Resort Municipality of Whistler Newsletter, 7th ed. - February 1976

  • WA_2019_037-01-007
  • File
  • February 1976
  • Part of Geoff Pearce

7th edition newsletter for the Resort Municipality of Whistler sent out in February 1976, which broaches topics including zoning, Official Community Plan bylaws, limits to growth, comfortable carrying capacity, accommodations, transportation, resort development, sewage, bed count, recreation, sustainability, and future outlook on development. The Newsletter was prepared by first council-member John Hetherington.

Review of Draft of the Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 8 - October 29, 1976

  • WA_2019_037-01-006
  • File
  • October 29, 1976
  • Part of Geoff Pearce

Review of a 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 critical review of policy development included in the draft of the Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 8 [WA_2019_037_01_004]. The plan is preceded by a letter to council presenting the critical review 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.