Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District

 
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
2019 Business Plan
                                         Horsefly Streetlighting
                                                 (1430)
                                           Peter Hughes, P.Eng.
                                      Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Horsefly area
as established by Bylaw No. 4 and amended by Bylaw No. 4820. This service was
established in 1969 and is taxed using assessed value of land and improvements; no
taxation limitation has been determined by bylaw. The local service area is illuminated by
10 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area F Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as 2018.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
2019 Business Plan
                                     Forest Grove Streetlighting
                                               (1431)
                                           Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                      Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Forest Grove
area as established by Bylaw No. 37. This service was established in 1971 and is taxed
using assessed value of land and improvements; no taxation limitation has been determined
by the bylaw. The local service area is illuminated by 31 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area H Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition is increased by approved inflationary pressures only.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified for 2018.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
2019 Business Plan
                                  Lac La Hache Streetlighting
                                           (1432)
                                        Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                   Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Lac La
Hache area as established by Bylaw No. 241. This service was established in 1974 and is
taxed using assessed value of land and improvements; no taxation limitation has been
determined by the bylaw. The local service area is illuminated by 37 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area G Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified for 2018.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
2019 Business Plan
                                      Lone Butte Streetlighting
                                              (1433)
                                          Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                     Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Lone Butte
area as established by Bylaw No. 287. This service was established in 1974 and is taxed
using assessed value of land and improvements; no taxation limitation has been determined
by bylaw. The local service area is illuminated by 14 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area L Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018 BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
2019 Business Plan
                                     Commodore Streetlighting
                                            (1435)
                                          Peter Hughes,P.Eng.,
                                     Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Commodore
Crescent area as established by Bylaw No. 2487 (1991). Tax requisition is by way of parcel
tax to 31 parcels and has a taxation limitation of the greater of $5,650 or $.6658/$1,000 of
assessed value of land and improvements. The local service area is illuminated by 38
streetlights.

As the Electoral Area D Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Horsefly Streetlighting (1430) - 2019 Business Plan - Cariboo Regional District
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition is increased by approved inflationary pressures only.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                      Pine Valley Streetlighting
                                                (1436)
                                          Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                     Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Pine Valley
area as established by Bylaw No. 536. This service was established in 1977 and is taxed
using assessed value of land and improvements; no taxation limitation has been determined
by bylaw. The local service area is illuminated by 16 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area D Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified for 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                            Esler Streetlighting
                                                   (1437)
                                           Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                      Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Esler area as
established by Bylaw No. 2370 (1990). The taxation limit for this service is the greater of
$500 or $1.644/$1,000 of assessed value of land and improvements. The local service area
is illuminated by two streetlights.

As the Electoral Area E Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition will remain the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                     Shaw Road Streetlighting
                                             (1438)
                                         Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                    Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Shaw Road
area as established by Bylaw No. 2595 (1992). The taxation limit for this service is the
greater of $740 or $1.35/$1,000 of assessed value of land and improvements. The local
service area is illuminated by four streetlights.

As the Electoral Area E Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified for 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                     Gun-A-Noot Streetlighting
                                             (1439)
                                          Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                     Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Gun-A-Noot
area as established by Bylaw No. 2681 (1992). Tax requisition is by way of parcel tax to
46 parcels and has a taxation limitation of the greater of $2,536 or $1.14/$1,000 of assessed
value of land and improvements. The local service area is illuminated by 16 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area E Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition will remain the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                     Pacific Road Streetlighting
                                               (1440)
                                           Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                      Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Pacific Road
area as established by Bylaw No. 2777 (1993). Tax requisition is by way of parcel tax to
52 parcels and has a taxation limitation of the greater of $3,200 or $1.235/$1,000 of
assessed value of land and improvements. The local service area is illuminated by 18
streetlights.

As the Electoral Area D Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified for 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified for 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                          Kersley Streetlighting
                                                 (1442)

                                           Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                      Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Kersley area
as established by Bylaw No. 3636 in 2000. The taxation limit for this service is the greater
of $6,000 or $0.47/$1,000 of assessed value of land and improvements. The local service
area is illuminated by 21 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area A Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
per year over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                     Highway 26 Streetlighting
                                             (1443)
                                          Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                     Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in Electoral Area
C as established by Bylaw No. 3911 in 2004. The taxation limit for this service is the
greater of $10,000 or $0.190406/$1,000 of assessed value of land and improvements. The
local service area is illuminated by 30 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area C Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition is increased by approved inflationary pressures only.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
per year over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                       140 Mile Streetlighting
                                               (1444)
                                         Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                    Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the 140 Mile
House area as established by Bylaw No. 3970. This service was established in 2004 and
is taxed by way of a parcel tax. The taxation limitation is $1,200 per year or an amount
recovered by applying a tax rate of $0.6380/$1,000 to the net taxable value of lands and
improvements. The local service area is illuminated by 7 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area F Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                             Westcoast/Wildwood Streetlighting
                                          (1445)
                                         Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                    Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents in the Wildwood
and Westcoast Road area as established by Bylaw No. 4542. This service was established
in 2009 and is taxed by way of a parcel tax. The taxation limitation is $2,580 per year or
an amount recovered by applying a tax rate of $0.1994/$1,000 to the net taxable value of
land and improvements. The local service area is illuminated by 17 streetlights.

As the Electoral Area D Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
2019 Business Plan
                                   Copper Ridge Streetlighting
                                            (1446)
                                         Peter Hughes, P.Eng.,
                                    Manager of Environmental Services

 Working in partnership with communities, large and small, to make the
Cariboo Chilcotin a socially, economically and environmentally desirable
                      region to live, work and play.

Department/Function Services

The Cariboo Regional District facilitates streetlighting for the residents on Copper Ridge
Road in Quesnel as established by Bylaw No. 4539. This service was established in 2009
and is taxed by way of a parcel tax. The taxation limitation for 2010 was $858, or an
amount recovered by applying a tax rate of $1.1557/$1,000 to the net taxable value of land
and improvements, and for 2011 and beyond is $200, or an amount recovered by applying
a tax rate of $.2694/$1,000 to the net taxable value of lands and improvements. The local
service area is illuminated by one streetlight.

As the Electoral Area A Director is the only stakeholder, and the Local Government Act
requires more than one vote, the entire Board is responsible for the governance of this
service.
Business Plan Goals, Rationale & Strategies

No goals identified in 2019.

Overall Financial Impact

The 2019 requisition remains the same as the 2018 requisition.

Significant Issues & Trends

In 2018, BC Hydro rates increased by 3%. It is anticipated that rates may increase by 5.2%
over the next two years.

BC Hydro is assessing the use of LED lights for streetlighting and they are currently
undertaking a pilot project. Expect LED lights in the future.

The Cariboo Regional District is a signatory on the Province of BC/UBCM Climate Action
Charter, and has committed to continuing work towards carbon neutrality in respect of
corporate operations.

Measuring Previous Years Performance

No goals identified in 2018.
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