1 BYLAW Bylaw No and amendments thereto CONSOLIDATED FOR CONVENIENCE ONLY This is a consolidation of the bylaws listed below. The amending bylaws have been consolidated with the original bylaw for convenience only. Certified copies of the original bylaws should be consulted for all interpretations and applications of the bylaws on this subject. BYLAW NO. ADOPTED 2601 May 21, May 6, March 17, 2015 The bylaw numbers in bold at the end of the clause refer to the bylaws that amended the principal bylaw.
2 BYLAW Consolidated Copy - Bylaw No and amendments A Bylaw to Regulate Connections to the Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain Systems, to Impose Connection Fees, and to Impose a Charge for the Use of the Sanitary Sewer System. WHEREAS pursuant to Section 8(3) and Section 64 of the Community Charter and any amendments thereto, the City is authorized, by bylaw, to regulate, prohibit and impose requirements in relation to municipal services; AND WHEREAS pursuant to Section 194 of the Community Charter and any amendments thereto, the City is authorized, by bylaw, to impose a fee payable in respect of all or part of a service of the City, including the municipal sewer and drainage service; AND WHEREAS pursuant to Section 15 of the Community Charter and any amendments thereto, the City may, in regulating under the Act, provide for a system of permits; AND WHEREAS pursuant to Section 8(8) of the Community Charter and any amendments thereto, the Council of City of the Pitt Meadows deems it in the public interest to regulate the maintenance, operation and function of private sewer laterals within the sewer system in order to support and advance regional objectives to improve the integrity and efficient operation and function of the sewer system, NOW THEREFORE the Council of the City of Pitt Meadows in open meeting assembled, ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: INDEX PART SUBJECT SECTION & PAGE Citation 1 (Page 2) Definitions 2 (Page 2) Sewer and Storm Connections 3 8 (Page 4 8) Sewer User Rates 9 (Page 9) Offences and Penalties 10 (Page 10) Severability 11 (Page 10) Repeal of Bylaws 13 (Page 10-11) SCHEDULE "A" Charges and Fees (Page 12) SCHEDULE "B" User Rates (Page 13) SCHEDULE "C" Permit for Sanitary Sewer & Storm Drain (Page 14) Connections SCHEDULE D Permit for Sanitary Sewer & Storm Drain (Page 16) Disconnections #110244v1
3 2 1.0 CITATION This bylaw may be cited as the Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain Bylaw No. 2601, DEFINITIONS In this Bylaw: Applicant means an owner or his agent making an application for a connection permit or a disconnection permit; City means the City of Pitt Meadows; Cross connection means a connection between the sewerage system and drainage system; Director means the Director of Operations and Development Services for the City of Pitt Meadows and includes any other City employee acting under his or her authority; Due date means the first business day following the July 1 st Statutory holiday in each year; Duplex means any building containing two dwelling units, but no more than two, not including secondary suites; Dwelling means a self contained residential unit intended for the sole use of family living in either a manufactured home, single family residence, duplex, or multi-family residence; Inflow and Infiltration means storm water that enters the sewerage system through downspouts, foundation drains, or cross connections and groundwater that enters the sewerage system through cracks or breaks in the pipe or defective connections; Manufactured home means a dwelling unit manufactured in a factory and designed to be transported to a site and semi-permanently attached to the site and includes mobile homes and modular homes; Mobile home space means an area of land which is designed, designated and equipped for the accommodation of one independent mobile home within a mobile home park; Multi-family residence means a building or part of a building used or intended to be used for three (3) or more dwellings such as apartments and townhouses situated on a property; Occupier means householders, tenants or owners of a dwelling;
4 3 Owner means the person or persons whose name appears upon the Title of the property at the Land Titles Office and includes an authorized agent of the owner; Parcel means any lot, block or other area in which land (or in the case of strata lots, a building) is held or into which it is subdivided, including strata and bare land strata complexes and individual strata lot properties; Person means an individual, society, partnership, corporation or business; Private sewer lateral means a pipe and any works, including pump stations, that connect a building or private property to the sewerage system, from the existing or proposed building on private property to the property line abutting a municipal right-of-way; Private storm lateral means a pipe and any works, including pump stations, that connect a building or private property to the storm drainage system, from the existing or proposed building on private property to the property line abutting a municipal right-of-way; Prohibited waste means prohibited waste as defined in the Sewer Use Bylaw No. 299, 2007 enacted by the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District; Restricted waste means restricted waste as defined in the Sewer Use Bylaw No. 299, 2007 enacted by the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District; Sanitary sewer means a pipe or conduit for collecting, conveying and disposing sewage and to which storm, surface, and ground waters are not intentionally admitted; Sanitary sewer connection means the inspection chamber, cleanout wye, fittings, pipes and all other devices comprising or relating to a connection between the sewerage system and an owner s property; Secondary suite means a second dwelling unit that is accessory to a single family residence and includes garden suites; Sewage means water-carried wastes from residences and commercial, institutional and industrial establishments, and includes industrial waste but not prohibited waste; Sewerage system means all sanitary sewer works and appurtenances owned, controlled, maintained and operated by the City, including sewer mains, service connections, pumping stations, treatment plants, sewage lagoons and sewer outfalls laid within any highway, municipal right-of way or easement, or municipal property; Single family residence means any building containing one dwelling unit whether on a permanent, temporary or seasonal basis, but no more than one including a fulltime farm help residence; Storm drain means a pipe or conduit for conveying storm, surface and uncontaminated waters, but does not include water containing sewage;
5 4 Storm drain connection means the inspection chamber, valves, pipes, meters and all other devices comprising or relating to a connection between the storm drainage and an owner s property; and Storm drainage system means all storm drainage works and appurtenances owned, controlled, maintained and operated by the City, including storm drains, storm service connections, pumping stations, ditches, detention facilities and outfalls laid within any highway, municipal right-of-way or easement or municipal property. 3.0 GENERAL PROVISIONS Powers and Duties of the Director 3.1 All the design, operation, maintenance, repair, improvement and extension of the sewerage system and the storm drainage system shall be under the supervision and control of the Director. 3.2 The Director may give written notice to an owner in which the owner must do some or all of the following work within the time specified by the Director: (c) (d) conduct tests and investigations, including smoke testing, dyed water testing, closed circuit television inspection or other procedures on the property to detect leakage, cross connections, and inflow and infiltration; provide reports prepared by a registered professional with respect to the repair of any leakage or the removal of any cross connections, and inflow and infiltration; repair any private sewer laterals or other works to prevent leakage, cross connections, and inflow and infiltration; remove or dispose of any contaminant that is deposited into any part of the sewerage system from the owner s property, from all private sewer laterals, sanitary sewer connections, public sewers, sewer lift stations and other parts of the sewerage system. 3.3 Notwithstanding Section 3.2, the City may temporarily or permanently discontinue the service immediately without prior notice to any premises where: (c) a person violates any of the provision of this Bylaw; the Director or Public Health Authority so determines; or Council determines that it is in the public interest to require such discontinuance. Right of Entry 3.4 The owner of every parcel of land and the occupier of every premises shall at all reasonable times allow, suffer and permit the Director, Operations Superintendent, Building Inspector or authorized representative to enter into or upon the lands and
6 5 premises to inspect the premises and any private sewer laterals, sanitary sewer connections, private storm laterals and storm drain connections, and to inspect for actual or potential leakage, cross connection, and inflow and infiltration in order to ascertain whether or not the provisions of this Bylaw are being complied with. 4.0 RESPONSIBILITIES OF USERS 4.1 No person shall alter, connect to, disconnect from, add to, remove from or otherwise interfere with the sewerage system and the storm drainage system without written permission of the Director. 4.2 No person shall tamper, destroy or damage in any manner any part of the sewerage system or the storm drainage system. 4.3 No person shall bury, cover or obstruct, at any time or in any manner, the access to any inspection chamber or any other fixture connected to the sewerage system or the storm drainage system. 4.4 No person shall discharge, deposit or cause, allow or permit to be discharged or deposited into any part of the sewerage system or the storm drainage system any prohibited waste or restricted waste that may accumulate in, attack or weaken the sewerage system or the storm drainage system without written permission of the Director. 4.5 Every owner shall operate and maintain all private laterals, valves, oil and grease traps, fixtures and other related devices on, in or under the owner s property in good condition whereas the private laterals shall: (c) be clear of all obstructions, including roots, grease deposits, debris and other solids, which may impede the flow or obstruct the transmission of fluids; be free of any structural defects, including cracks, breaks, openings, rodent holes or missing portions, which may allow the introduction of extraneous flow or debris into the sewerage system or allow the discharge of sewage onto the property; and be uniform and without sags. 4.6 Every owner shall prevent: the discharge of ground water, rain water, surface water or prohibited waste into the sewerage system; and the discharge of sewage, prohibited waste or restricted waste into the storm drainage system or to the environment. 5.0 PROPERTY TO BE CONNECTED 5.1 Unless specifically exempted in this bylaw, every owner must:
7 6 ensure that all sewage originating from any building located on such owner s property is connected to and discharged into the City sewerage system when such system is within 45 metres of the owner s property or available to the property as determined by the Director; ensure that all surface water originating from such owner s property is contained entirely on that property and connected to and discharged into the City storm drainage system when such system is within 45 metres of the owner s property or available to the property as determined by the Director; and (c) obtain a connection permit in accordance with Section A connection to the storm drainage system shall not be required if the owner installs an effective alternate method for the disposal of storm water in accordance with the Subdivision and Development Servicing Bylaw and any amendments thereto. 5.3 Each building must be separately and independently connected with the sewerage system or the storm drainage system, providing however, that where two or more buildings are situated on the same parcel, one connection with respect thereto may be permitted with the approval of the Director. 5.4 Where the owner does not connect the owner s property to the sewerage system and the storm drainage system, as required in Section 5.1, the Director may: serve the owner a Notice of Non-Compliance giving the owner thirty (30) days from the date on the notice to comply with the provisions of this bylaw; and direct that the City may enter the property to undertake such connections at the expense of the owner after the expiration of the thirty (30) day period. 5.5 Any costs incurred by the City under the provisions of Section 5.4 if not paid by December 31 st of that year in which they were incurred are considered to be taxes in arrears on the property in question. 6.0 APPLICATION FOR CONNECTION PERMIT 6.1 Every owner wishing to connect a property to the sewerage system or to the storm drainage system must, prior to installation: (c) apply for a connection permit to the City in the form prescribed by the Director, to make the connection or connections; pay to the City the connection fees specified in Schedule A, as applicable; submit a design plan or a drawing of each proposed connection if requested by the Director, including: (i) existing services; (ii) proposed services; and (iii) the location of buildings, trees, driveways and sidewalks;
8 7 in which the plan or drawing has been prepared by a professional engineer in accordance with the Subdivision and Development Servicing Bylaw and any amendments thereto; and (d) in the case of any commercial or industrial premises, submit a design and layout of the protective devices proposed to neutralize the discharge of any restricted waste or prohibited waste. 6.2 The Director may approve the use of an existing private sewer lateral that was installed less than 10 years from the date of the application provided that it meets the other requirements of this Bylaw, and the Director is satisfied that it is suitable for continued use. 6.3 Subject to Section 6.2, a new private sewer lateral is required whenever: a new house or building is to be constructed; or an existing house or building is to be renovated and the estimated construction value is greater than $50,000 and the work involves a resulting increased demand upon the existing sewerage system after renovations are complete. 6.4 Separate fees shall be payable for connections to the sewerage system and the storm drainage system. 6.5 The fees applicable to the above connection permit do not include works within the property of the applicant, except the inspection of the applicant s private sewer lateral or private storm lateral. 6.6 Upon approval of the application, the City shall provide and install a sanitary sewer connection and/or storm drain connection to the applicant s property. 6.7 The issuance of a connection permit for a property does not constitute approval of any development proposed for the property. Connection Location 6.8 The location of a sanitary sewer connection and a storm drain connection shall be at the discretion if the Director. If an owner requests that a connection be installed at a location other than that proposed by the Director, and if the Director approves such location, the owner shall pay all additional costs associated with installation at that location. Septic Tanks 6.9 Septic tanks no longer in use must be decommissioned in accordance with the provincial Public Health Act, and any amendments thereto, within thirty (30) days of completion of a sanitary sewer connection to the parcel.
9 8 7.0 APPLICATION FOR DISCONNECTION PERMIT 7.1 Every owner wishing to disconnect a property or private lateral from the sewerage system or from the storm drainage system, or wishing to demolish a building connected to the sewerage system or the storm drainage system must: (c) (d) apply for a disconnection permit to the City in the form prescribed by the Director; pay to the City the disconnection fees specified in Schedule A, as applicable; have the existing private sewer lateral and private storm lateral inspected for any leakage, cross connection, and inflow and infiltration; and submit a security of $5000 in the form of cash or irrevocable letter of credit, if disconnection permit is in conjunction with demolition permit. 8.0 PRIVATE LATERAL INSTALLATION 8.1 All private sewer laterals and private storm laterals shall be installed by and at the cost of the owner and shall be installed as specified in the B.C. Building Code and any amendments thereto. 8.2 The diameter of every gravity draining: private sewer lateral shall be 100mm (4 ); and private storm lateral shall be 150mm (6 ). 8.3 Notwithstanding Section 8.2, the Director may approve a larger-sized lateral or connection if, in his or her opinion: the sewerage system or storm drainage system is capable of adequately servicing the property for the purpose set out in the application; and the proposed use will not detrimentally affect the other users of the sewerage system and storm drainage system. 8.4 At the point where the private sewer lateral is joined to the sanitary sewer connection, at the property line, the owner shall install a 200mm (8 ) inspection chamber in accordance with the Subdivision and Development Servicing Bylaw and amendments thereto. 8.5 At the point where the private storm lateral is joined to the storm drain connection, at the property line, the owner shall install a 200mm (8 ) inspection chamber in accordance with the Subdivision and Development Servicing Bylaw and amendments thereto. 8.6 All private laterals shall be inspected and approved by the Building Inspector prior to backfilling.
10 9 9.0 SEWER USER RATES 9.1 The owner of real property shall pay, in addition to all other rates, charges and fees for the use of the sewerage system, the amounts specified in Schedule B of this Bylaw. 9.2 The rates set out in Schedule B are payable at the office of the City on or before the due date. Such rates are payable whether or not: (c) the dwelling(s) or building(s) on a parcel are occupied; or any owner or occupier of a parcel makes use of any of the service; or the service is interrupted or altered in any manner. Residential Rates 9.3 Upon issuance of a building permit to construct a dwelling that will be serviced under this Bylaw, excluding a multi-family residence and a secondary suite, the owner of the subject parcel shall pay, in advance, the per diem rate set out in Schedule B for the balance of the year following 120 days after building permit issuance. 9.4 Upon issuance of a building permit to construct a multi-family residence that will be serviced under this Bylaw, the owner of the subject parcel shall deposit cash or irrevocable, standby letter of credit with the office of the City for service, in advance the deposit amount per unit set out in Schedule B. 9.5 Prior to the issuance of an occupancy permit for a multi-family residence, the owner of the subject property shall pay, in advance, the per diem rate set out in Schedule B. The amount due shall be deducted from the deposit provided for in Section 9.4. Any shortfall owing to the City shall be paid prior to issuance of an occupancy permit and any surplus owed by the City to the owner shall be paid within thirty (30) days. 9.6 Secondary suites identified before the due date are considered separate dwellings and pay the full annual rate for dwellings, except when the secondary suite is registered and licensed with the City before the due date in which case the owners pay forty percent (40%) of the residential dwelling rate for the secondary suite. Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Rates 9.7 Upon issuance of a building permit to construct a building for industrial, commercial or institutional use that will be serviced under this Bylaw, the owner of the subject parcel shall pay, in advance, the per diem rate set out in Schedule B for the balance of the year following 120 days after building permit issuance. Unpaid Rates or Charges 9.8 When any rates or charges due by any person under this Bylaw remain unpaid on the 31 st of December, the same shall be deemed to be taxes in arrears in respect of the property for which the service was provided and such sum shall be recoverable under the provisions of the Community Charter and any amendments thereto.
11 OFFENCES AND PENALTIES 10.1 Any person who: violates any provision of this Bylaw or neglects or fails to do anything required to be done by this Bylaw, or causes or permits any other persons to violate any provision of this Bylaw or neglect or fail to do anything required to be done by this Bylaw with respect to real property of which he or she is the registered owner, occupier, lessee or licensee, Commits an offence under this Bylaw and is subject to the imposition of any and all penalties or remedies available to the City pursuant to this Bylaw or to other applicable bylaws or legislation Any adult person who acknowledges that he or she is the registered owner, occupier, tenant or licensee of or who is apparently the registered owner, occupier, tenant or licensee, and is in occupation at the time of the offence, of the real property in respect of which the violation, neglect or failure has occurred is deemed to be a person who falls within the definitions provided in Section Any person who commits an offence pursuant to Section 10.1 shall be liable, upon conviction, to a minimum fine of two hundred (200) dollars and not more than the maximum fine provided by the Offence Act and, where the offence is a continuing one, each day that the offence is continued shall constitute a separate offence SEVERABILITY If any portion of this Bylaw is declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, then the invalid portion must be severed and the remainder of the bylaw is deemed valid SCHEDULES Schedule A: Schedule B: Schedule C: Schedule D: Charges and Fees User Rates Permit for Sanitary Sewer & Storm Drain Connections Permit for Sanitary Sewer & Storm Drain Disconnections 13.0 REPEAL OF BYLAWS 13.1 Bylaw No. 1702, cited as the Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain Bylaw No. 1702, 1995, as amended, is hereby repealed Notwithstanding section 13.1, any sewer user fees that were incurred during a calendar year or that the Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain Bylaw No. 1702, 1995 was in force may be levied under that bylaw.
12 Notwithstanding section 13.1, any sewer user fees that were incurred during a calendar year or that the Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain Bylaw No. 1702, 1995 that are unpaid as of December 31, 2012, shall continue and be due and owing under this bylaw.
13 12 SCHEDULE A CHARGES AND FEES Sanitary Sewer Connection Permit Non-refundable application fee $100 All service connections shall be at the actual cost of all direct materials, labour, inspections, equipment plus overhead as specified by the City of Pitt Meadows Administration Services Setting Bylaw No. 2575, 2012 as amended thereto. Storm Drain Connection Permit Non-refundable application fee $100 All service connections shall be at the actual cost of all direct materials, labour, inspections, equipment plus overhead as specified by the City of Pitt Meadows Administration Services Setting Bylaw No. 2575, 2012 as amended thereto. Disconnection Permit Non-refundable estimate fees $100 All service disconnections shall be at the actual cost of all direct materials, labour, inspections, equipment plus overhead as specified by the City of Pitt Meadows Administration Services Setting Bylaw No. 2575, 2012 as amended thereto.
14 13 SCHEDULE "B" (Bylaw No. 2678, 2015) The following charges for use of the sanitary sewer system shall apply to all real property served by the sanitary sewers owned, operated and maintained by the Municipality: USES USER RATE A. Residential Units Rate per dwelling unit and mobile home space: $ B. Hotel, Motel, Auto Court, Boarding Houses and like units Rate per room available for hire: $67.00 C. Restaurants, Cafes, Eating Establishments Minimum rate for the first 50 seats: Plus rate per additional 10 seats or any fraction thereof: $ $28.36 D. Laundromats, Dry Cleaners Minimum rate for the first 5 machines installed therein Plus rate per additional machine installed $ $53.63 E. Schools Rate per classroom: $ F. Commercial and Institutional Units (not specified) Rate per unit: $ G. Industrial Units (including ice arenas, golf courses, car washes and warehouses) Minimum rate for the first 1,000,000 gallons of annual water usage recorded by City meters: Plus rate per additional 1,000,000 gallons or fraction thereof: $ $2, H. Per Diem Rates Residential building per dwelling unit: Industrial, Commercial or Institutional building per unit: $0.75/day $0.75/day I. Deposit Amounts Multi-family residence $100/unit
15 14 SCHEDULE C PERMIT A : SANITARY SEWER & STORM DRAIN CONNECTIONS CITY OF PITT MEADOWS PERMIT FOR SANITARY SEWER & STORM DRAIN CONNECTIONS (Pursuant to Sanitary Sewer and Drainage Bylaw No. 2601, 2013 & amendments thereto) Work Order #: Today s Date: Owner Name: Owner Mailing Address: * Including Postal Code * Owner Phone #: Agent Contact Name: Agent Contact Phone #: (cell # preferred if available) The Undersigned being the Registered Owner/Owners (or duly Authorized Agent) of real property situated at: (address, including postal code) the Legal Description being: in the City of Pitt Meadows, make Application as follows: 1. A mm Sanitary Sewer Connection from the City sanitary sewer to the property line, and herewith tender the sum of $ for the application fee. 2. A mm Storm Drain Connection from the City storm sewer to the property line, and herewith tender the sum of $ for the application fee. 3. All Service Connections shall be at the actual cost of all direct materials, labour, equipment & taxes as specified by the City of Pitt Meadows Administration Services Fee Setting Bylaw No. 2575, 2012 as amended thereto.
16 15 I/WE hereby authorize The City of Pitt Meadows to install the said Sanitary Sewer and/or Storm Drain Connection and further agree to duly pay all Annual Charges assessed against the aforesaid real property therefore. I/WE hereby agree to conform to the Provisions contained in the "Sanitary Sewer and Drainage Bylaw No. 2601, 2013 and amendments thereto. Terms and Conditions: I agree that I will comply with all City of Pitt Meadows bylaws, including the following: Highway and Traffic Bylaw, Water Works Bylaw, Sanitary Sewer and Drainage Bylaw, and Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Sewer Use Bylaw and amendments thereto in so far as they apply to my requirements and use. I also agree to save the City, its elected and appointed officials, employees and agents harmless from and against all liability, actions, causes of action, claims, damages, expenses, costs, debts, demands for losses suffered or incurred by them or any of them, including consequential damages and damages to third parties whether known or unknown, foreseeable or not, arising from the installation and use of the service connection. The City reserves the right to charge the applicant for any additional costs incurred due to problems encountered, which at the time of the estimate were not known by the City. Payment of the connection fee must be made two (2) weeks prior to installation. Please make cheques payable to the City of Pitt Meadows. **A stake must be placed and marked with paint where the service is required. Note: This application for service estimate is valid for sixty (60) days only from date of estimate. Authorized Signature of the Applicant(s) Date Signed Approving Signature of the City Engineer Date Signed Your personal information is collected under the authority of Section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA). This information will be used for engineering permit application purposes and will not be disclosed to the public except as may be required by law. Questions about the collection and use of this information may be directed to Ike de Boer, Engineering Services Coordinator, City of Pitt Meadows, Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B5 Telephone:
17 16 SCHEDULE D PERMIT B : SANITARY SEWER OR STORM DRAIN DISCONNECTION PERMIT FOR SERVICE DISCONNECTION Work Order #: Today s Date: Owner Name: Owner Mailing Address: * Including Postal Code * Owner Phone #: Agent Contact Name: Agent Contact Phone #: (cell# preferred if available) The Undersigned being the Registered Owner/Owners (or duly Authorized Agent) of real property situated at: (address, including postal code) the Legal Description being: in the City of Pitt Meadows, make Application as follows: Water Disconnection: Permanent Temporary Sanitary Disconnection: Permanent Temporary Storm Disconnection: Permanent Temporary Reason for Disconnection Request:
18 17 If this is for a demolition or removal of house, what is the approximate demolition date? An estimate for disconnection will be done by the Operations Department. You will be notified of the amount, and, should you wish to proceed, you will be required to pay the amount before the disconnection work is done and sign a cost estimate for private work form. I/WE hereby authorize the City of Pitt Meadows to disconnect services as indicated above. Terms and Conditions: I agree that I will comply with all City of Pitt Meadows bylaws and amendments thereto in so far as they apply to my requirements and use. I also agree to save the City, its elected and appointed officials, employees and agents harmless from and against all liability, actions, causes of action, claims, damages, expenses, costs, debts, demands for losses suffered or incurred by them or any of them, including consequential damages and damages for third parties whether known or unknown, foreseeable or not, arising from the disconnection of services. The municipality reserves the right to charge the applicant for any additional costs incurred due to problems encountered, which at the time of the estimate were not known by the City. Payment of the disconnection fee must be made two (2) weeks prior to disconnection. Please make cheques payable to the City of Pitt Meadows. Note: This application for service disconnect is valid for sixty (60) days only from date of estimate. Authorized Signature of the Applicant(s) Date Signed Approving Signature of the Engineering Services Coordinator Date Signed cc: Building Department Your personal information is collected under the authority of Section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA). This information will be used for engineering permit application purposes and will not be disclosed to the public except as may be required by law. Questions about the collection and use of this information may be directed to Ike de Boer, Engineering Services Coordinator, City of Pitt Meadows, Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B5 Telephone:
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