Further Information on TUP2020-01 Application

The following information is to provide information in response to Community questions and submissions on the proposed temporary workforce housing at 1121 Johnson Way for the purpose of providing housing for construction workers who will be building permanent employee housing on the Resort lands, a golf course, Heli-Hotel and Conference Centre, realignment of Camozzi Road to accommodate golf course, water reservoir and additional parking lots over the next three years.

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1. Further Information on TUP2020-01 Application
2. Will this development visually impact neighbouring properties within Johnson Heights?
3. Why is the City considering a Temporary Use Permit for RMR employee housing in Johnson Heights when there is a neighbourhood planning process underway?
4. Can the City refuse to accept an application for a Temporary Use Permit on the subject property?
5. Why is the workforce housing not located on lands owned by Revelstoke Mountain Resort (RMR)?
6. Will there be a public hearing? How can I provide comments to Council on the proposed Temporary Use Permit?
7. When will Council be considering the Temporary Use Permit?
8. If approved by Council, how long will this development last? Can a Temporary Use Permit be renewed?
9. What will happen when the workforce housing is no longer needed? Is the City responsible to restore the site to its original state?
10. Will this type of development impact neighbouring property values?
11. Traffic is currently an issue in Johnson Heights. Adding more vehicle trips per day will only add to the issue. How is the City addressing this?