Rocky View County council unanimously approved three subdivision applications at the regular meeting May 14.
The first, according to planner Stefan Kunz, creates a 1.98-acre parcel with a 16.95-acre remainder on lands located north of Springbank Road and east of Range Road 32.
Coun. Daniel Henn, a member of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB), recused himself from the discussion. According to CAO Al Hoggan, councillors who serve on the SDAB may only take part in either council’s subdivision deliberation or the appeal, but not both.
“Past practice has been that councillors would hear the subdivision at council and…would recuse themselves at SDAB stage,” he said, adding, however, that was not a requirement.
Henn returned to vote on the other applications.
The second created a 1.98-acre parcel with a 1.97-acre remainder at the junction of Bearspaw Place and Bearspaw Road, according to planner Xin Deng.
“This seems to be a nice, simple one,” said Area Coun. Samanntha Wright. “Transportation Off-Site Levies have been paid, Municipal Reserves have been paid, so there’s really no debate.”
Planner Oksana Newmen said the third application adjusted the boundaries between a 78.77-acre parcel, a 31.63-acre parcel and a 6.82-acre parcel south of Crossfied on the north side of Township Road 282, west of Range Road 12. The adjustment created a 54.52-acre parcel, a 23.93-acre parcel and a 38.77-acre remainder.