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September 2020 Archive

 

 

Monday, September 28th, 2020

 

Minutes of the Regular Public Meeting of Council held on Monday, September 28th, 2020 in Council Chambers.

 

Attendees:                  Mayor Keith Howell (Chair)

                                    Deputy Mayor Marlene Peddle

                                    Councillor Shawn Budgell

                                    Councillor Michael Wheaton

                                    Councillor Gordon Blackwood

                                    Councillor Dale Howell

                                    Clerk/Manager Dianne Goodyear

 

Absent:                       Councillor Dwight Day

 

Call to Order:            Chair @ 7:30 p.m.

 

Agenda:                      Motion-4624-20-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor M Wheaton

                                    Resolve that the Agenda be adopted as circulated.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Minutes:                    Mayor Howell asked if there were any errors or omissions to the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held on September 14th, 2020 which had been circulated to all members.

                                    Councillor M. Wheaton pointed out that Councillor G. Blackwood was a little late attending the meeting of Sept. 14th, 2020 but it was not recorded in the minutes.

                                    Motion-4625-20-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

                                    Resolve that the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting of September 14th, 2020 be adopted as amended.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Business

Arising:                      Community Garden Sign

The school has been contacted to see if there is any interest in classes from 1 – 6 designing a sign for our Community Garden. The information has been passed on to the Teachers who will inform us of their decision.

 

W.S. Project Servicing Fees & Update

Motion-4626-20-Deputy Mayor Peddle/Councillor D. Howell

Resolve to accept the letter to Residents informing them of the Service Fee and requiring their signature of acceptance as required by Municipal Affairs and presented.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Water Tax (Privileged)

Motion-4627-20-Deputy Mayor Peddle/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to enter a “Privileged Session” to discuss this item.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    Discussion

 

                                    Motion-4628-20-Councillor G Blackwood/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve that the “Privileged Session” end and return to an “Open Session”.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Previous decision and Town Policy on Water Tax Exemption remains in effect. Any future request for exemptions will be dealt with on an individual basis.      

 

Waterline Flushing

Due to the Stat Holiday on October 12th, (Thanksgiving Day), the Waterline Flushing will be changed to October 19th to 23rd, 2020. Due to the procedure to insert the swab at the Pond and the valve closure at the Chlorination Chamber, the Confined Space equipment including the Tripod must be used by the town worker. A Generator must also be set up at the Pond for visual requirements while inserting the swab. The Chlorination Chamber must be done first, if possible, due to time restrictions after the swab has been inserted.

 

Councillor D. Day requested to let it be known (via email):

“The swab that’s going to be used; 6 in. foam swab engineered to expand and contract. When used in a town waterline will also gently sweep biofilms as well as other particle’s. After this procedure, the water line will continue to be flushed for a period of time thereafter, to remove any loose debris”.

 

Business

Arising:                      Town BA Agreement

                                    Motion-4629-20-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

                                    Resolve to accept the Town BA Agreement as presented.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Clerk/Manager was asked to check the price of the Mask for the Town’s BA as the Part-time worker will require one if and when he has the BA Training. Council is also looking into the possibility of purchasing an extra mask for a fire department member so they can also avail of the BA.

 

Rec. Roof

Motion-4630-20-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve to accept the quote from Skyline Roofing in the amount of $7500 (tax, labour and material included) to re-shingle the new part of the Rec. Center Roof.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Boathouse/Wharf App.

The information requested from the resident has not yet been received. A response from Central Lands Office advised that the application has been sent to Water Resource Management Division for their approval.

 

Committees:

Public Works:           Water Report

The water report from Government Services on test conducted on September 8th, 2020 was satisfactory.

 

Sander Rack

A request to widen and heighten the Sander Rack to allow keeping the rack on the truck when loading or unloading the sander was discussed by members. The request was denied as members felt the rack should not be left on the town truck permanently and the sander can’t be properly loaded with the rack on the truck. It was noted that two workers are required to put the rack on and take it off but both workers are working on garbage days so there would be help available for that.

 

Roof – Town Garage

Clerk/Manager was asked to get quotes on re-shingling the Roof of the Town Garage and find out exactly where the leaks are.

 

Fire Dept:                  Incident Report

An Incident Report from September 19th, 2020 was presented to and reviewed by members.

 

Membership Application

Motion-4631-20-Councillor D. Howell/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve to accept the Membership Application for Owen Blackwood to join the Fire Department.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Fire Dept:                  Radios with Headset

                                    Motion-4632-20-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor M. Wheaton

Resolve to purchase the 2 Radios with Headsets as per quote provided there is no cost to program the radios.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Rec. Committee:        Rink

Condition of the rink and repairs required was discussed by members. Further research is required and pictures of damage to the rink, building and rails is to be brought back to the next meeting for further discussion.

 

Bingo

Motion-4633-20-Councillor D. Howell/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve to approve the Rec. Committee’s request to reinstate Bingo adhering to the COVID-19 guidelines and SOP presented.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Fund raising

Motion-4634-20-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve to approve the Painting/Craft Night and Virtual Halloween Contest as presented adhering to the COVID-19 guidelines.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

The request to host a Fall Flea Market at the Rink was denied at this time due to the condition of the Rink. Members suggested offering the Flea Market inside the Rec Center provided strict rules were put in place to adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines.

 

Accounts

Payable:

Abbott’s AutoGraphics                       $227.70 – Muster Station Signs

Carmanville Value Grocer                   $ 27.30 – Fruit Basket – Admin. Clerk

Carmanville Value Grocer                   $ 29.01 – Kitchen Supplies

Central Office Equipment                   $ 68.89 – Office Supplies

Computer Shack Inc.                           $471.45 – Printer Toner

NL Power                                            $ 33.87 – Hydro – Lift Station

NL Power                                            $115.52 – Hydro – Fire Hall

NL Power                                            $129.31 – Hydro – Booster Station

NL Power                                            $136.48 – Hydro – Mun. Bldg.

NL Power                                            $ 56.82 – Hydro – Chlor. Chambers

Pennell’s Service Station Ltd.             $312.33 – Trailer Tires/Plug Lawnmower

Brinson’s Sand & Gravel Ltd.             $501.40 – Class A

Bell Mobility                                       $ 36.45 – Phone – Cell

CIBC Mellon                                       $446.86 – Pension Premiums

NAPE                                                  $100.61 – Union Dues

Receiver General for Canada              $3343.76 – Payroll Remittance

Bell Aliant                                           $303.21 – Phone/Fax/Internet-Mun. Bldg.

 

                                    Motion-4635-20-Deputy Mayor Peddle/Councillor D. Howell

                                    Resolve that the outstanding accounts be paid in full as presented.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Correspondence:

From                                          Regarding                                       Action

Dept. of Trans/Infrastructure      Vehicle/Equip. Disposal                  Info Only

Town of Gander                          ATV Trail                                        Deputy Mayor Peddle &

                                                                                                            Councillor S. Budgell

 

New Business:           Citizen Complaints

                                    Motion-4636-20-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor M. Wheaton

                                    Resolve to enter into a “Privileged Session” to discuss this item.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                  Discussion     

 

                                    Motion-4637-20-Councillor M. Wheaton/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve to end the “Privileged Session” and return to an “Open Session” for the remainder of the meeting.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Clerk/Manager was asked to reply in writing to the citizen thanking him/her for their concerns and advise that Council will take the complaints/concerns into consideration.

 

Members

Business:                    MNL 2020 Virtual Conference

The MNL 2020 Virtual Conference is scheduled for November 5 – 7, 2020. Registration is now open. Agenda for the conference will be provided in the near future. Any member wishing to attend should contact the office to get registered.

 

Adjournment:            Motion-4638-20-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that Council do now adjourn to meet again on Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 or at the call of the Chair.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor S. Budgell             Councillor M. Wheaton

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Oppose:           0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    Meeting adjourned at 9:50 p.m.

 

 

 

 

Monday, September 14th, 2020

 

Minutes of the Regular Public Meeting of Council held on Monday, September 14th, 2020 in Council Chambers.

 

Attendees:                  Mayor Keith Howell (Chair)

                                    Deputy Mayor Marlene Peddle (arrived late)

                                    Councillor Dwight Day

                                    Councillor Michael Wheaton

                                    Councillor Gordon Blackwood

                                    Councillor Dale Howell

                                    Clerk/Manager Dianne Goodyear

 

Absent:                       Councillor Shawn Budgell

 

Call to Order:            Chair @ 7:40 p.m.

 

Agenda:                      Motion-4607-20-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor M. Wheaton

                                    Resolve that the Agenda be adopted as circulated.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Councillor D. Day

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G. Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Minutes:                     Mayor Howell asked if there were any errors or omissions to the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting held on August 17th, 2020 which had been circulated to all members.

                                    Motion-4608-20-Councillor D. Day/Councillor D. Howell

Resolve that the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting of August 17th, 2020 be adopted as circulated.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Councillor D. Day

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G. Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Business

Arising:                      Community Garden Sign

Clerk/Manager will contact the school for guidance regarding asking K-6 classes to submit a drawing we can use for the Community Garden Sign and a suitable prize for the winning classroom.

 

Door Box @ Chlorination Chambers

Members were in agreement to purchase a vinyl door box with a steel door for the Chlorination Chambers and to keep the old door for possible future use.

 

OH&S Inspection/Orders/Fire Extinguishers

Members were informed that all the OH&S orders were completed and submitted by the deadline and fire extinguishers have been installed in all buildings and vehicles as required by OH&S.

 

OH&S – Violence Prevention/Risk Assessment

Motion-4609-20-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor D. Day

Resolve to adopt the Workplace Violence Risk Assessment, Workplace Violence Prevention Policy Statement, Updated Violence Prevention & Respectful Workplace Policy and Procedures and the Violence Incident Report Form as presented.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Councillor D. Day

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G. Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Committees:

Finance:                     2021-2022 Municipal Infrastructure Applications

                                    Motion-4610-20-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to apply for the 2021-2022 Capital Works Program Funding Phase 4 to continue the Water and Sewer Installation.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Councillor D. Day

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G. Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

W.S. Project Servicing Fees

The Town has received approval from the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Municipalities to service residential dwellings to within 1.5 meters of the structure provided the homeowner agrees in writing to pay a cost recovery fee of $500.00. Otherwise, the service lateral will only be installed to the edge of the road right-of-way. The maximum service lateral trench length covered by this cost recovery policy is 40 meters from the center of the main or the center of the road right-of-way, whichever is applicable or favors the homeowner. All other conditions of the policy must be strictly adhered to.

 

Taxes/Statutory Limitation/Water Tax & Collections (Privileged)

Motion-4611-20-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to enter into a “Privileged Session” to discuss these three items.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Councillor D. Day

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G. Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    (Deputy Mayor Peddle arrived at the meeting at 8:10 p.m.)

 

                                    Discussion

 

                                    Taxes/Statutory Limitation/Water Tax & Collections (Privileged)

                                    Motion-4612-20-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor D. Day

                                    Resolve to end the “Privileged Session”.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                   Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    Taxes/Statutory Limitation

                                    Motion-4613-20-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to apply the statutory limitation to all tax receivable accounts.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                        Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Water Tax

Motion-4614-20-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor D. Day

Resolve the request for water tax exemption be approved as per letter received outlining extenuating circumstances.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                        Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton

                        Councillor D. Howell

Opposed:         Councillor G. Blackwood

Abstaining:     0

Motion Carried.

 

Collections – Court Action

Motion-4615-20-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor D. Howell

Resolve that the town proceed with Court Action on accounts TC-C0120 to TC-0620 as presented.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         Councillor D. Day

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    Collections – Write off

                                    Motion-4616-20-Deputy Mayor Peddle/Councillor M. Wheaton

Resolve to write off the outstanding interest on account TC-W0120 in the amount of $29.81 as presented.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                   Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    Collections – Payroll Deductions

                                    Motion-4617-20-Councillor D. Howell/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve that Payroll Deductions be initiated on account TC-P0120 as presented.

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                   Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Collections – Land Seizures

Motion-4618-20-Councillor D. Howell/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve to initiate Land Seizures through Legal on accounts TC-L0120 to TC-L0320 as presented.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                                            Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Public Works:           Water Report

The Water Report from Government Services on August 12th, 2020 was satisfactory.

 

Chlorine Readings

Chlorine Readings for the month of August were presented to and reviewed by members. Readings were up slightly but still within guidelines.

 

Monthly Water Usage/Flow Data

The Monthly Water Usage and Flow Data for the month of August was presented to and reviewed by members. The average water usage was 134,223 gallons per day.

 

Screen Cleaning       

Screens were checked and cleaning was not required at this time.

 

Fall Clean up

Fall Clean-up is scheduled for the week of September 28th to October 2nd, 2020. Notices will be mailed to residents with the schedule.

 

Waterline Flushing

Motion-4619-20-Councillor D. Day/Councillor M. Wheaton

Resolve to flush the waterlines on Main Street, Noggin Cove Road and Howell’s Avenue and to swab the waterlines on Main Street South using 1 – 6” swab during the week of October 11th to 17th, 2020.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                         Councillor D. Day

                                                            Councillor M. Wheaton          Councillor G Blackwood

                                                            Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         Deputy Mayor Peddle

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Deputy Mayor Peddle asked to let the record show that she was not in favour of swabbing the waterline as Water Resource Management previously advised against the use of swabs on our waterlines due to the waterline age and different sizes.

 

 

Culvert - 15 ft. x 20 in. NC Road

Members were in agreement to replace the culvert on Noggin Cove Head Road that was damaged during the installation of the waterline.

 

 

Fire Dept:                  FD Funding Application

Notification was received from FES that the funding application for a new BA for the Fire Department was not approved.

 

 

Town BA Agreement

An agreement will be drafted to allow the Fire Department to use the Town BA purchased for Confined Space requirements. The agreement will include:

- The BA needs to be kept separate from the Fire Department BA’s because it is not compatible with theirs.

- The BA must be checked on a regular basis as per their BA maintenance check schedule.

- The mask that came with the Town’s BA is assigned to the Town worker who will be responsible for cleaning the mask.

 

Town worker must check whether the Fire Department masks will fit the Town BA. If not, the town worker will be the only person able to use the Town BA.

 

Fire Dept:                  Fit Testing

                                    Motion-1420-20-Deputy Mayor Peddle/Councillor D. Howell

Resolve to purchase new masks for Fire Department Members who are trained and capable of using BA’s and to arrange fit testing through outside source for members.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                        Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Rec. Committee:        Rec. Roof

Members were informed the roof on the new section of the Rec. Center needs to be replaced. One quote has been received so far and will be brought back to future meeting when other two quotes are received.

 

Rec. Rentals – Central Health/Elections/CYS

Motion-4621-20-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor D. Day

Resolve to allow Rental of the Rec. Center for Central Health, Elections and Child and Youth Services as requested as they have all committed to following the COVID-19 guidelines as issued by the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                        Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Accounts

Payable:

Receiver General for Canada                          $4,420.79 – Payroll Remit. (Paid)

TRIO                                                               $   549.20 – Pension Premiums (Paid)

NAPE                                                              $   112.08 – Union Dues (Paid)

Bell Mobility                                                   $   36.45 – Phone-Cell (Paid)

Carmanville Value Grocer                              $   44.32 – Janitorial/Kitchen (Paid)

Carmanville Value Grocer                              $ 301.45 – FD Retirement BBQ (Paid)

NL Power                                                        $1,797.19 – Hydro Street Lighting (Paid)

NL Power                                                        $   34.85 – Hydro Mun. Bldg. (Paid)

NL Power                                                        $   194.96 – Hydro Fire Hall (Paid)

NL Power                                                        $   132.03 – Hydro Booster Stn. (Paid)

NL Power                                                        $   31.41 – Hydro Lift Stn. (Paid)

NL Power                                                        $   33.19 – Hydro Chlor. Chambers (Paid)

EMCO                                                             $1,920.78 – Waterline Supplies

EMCO                                                             $2,788.75 – Waterline

Carmanville Value Grocer                              $       8.76 – Kitchen Supplies

Rockwater                                                       $1,482.12 – Chlorine

Central Office Equipment                               $     77.11 – Office Supplies

Bell Aliant                                                       $     76.70 – Phone – Fire Dept.

Bell Aliant                                                       $   303.40 – Phone/Fax/Internet/Office

G & M Services                                              $   471.08 – Gas/Diesel – Town

Computer Shack                                              $   195.49 – Drum Kit/Printer

D.A.S.I.T. Recharging                                     $3,329.27 – Fire Extinguisher/Inspection

CNWM                                                            $1,653.76 – Tipping Fees

Car Quest                                                        $ 424.49 – Hydraulic Hose/Oil – Loader

CNWM                                                            $1,476.18 – Jan Inv. Not received/paid

Toromont Cat                                                  $   297.51 – Bucket Teeth – Loader

TRIO                                                               $   333.61 – Health Premiums

Carmanville Value Grocer                              $       7.59 – Kitchen Supplies

                                   

Motion-4622-20-Deputy Mayor Peddle/Councillor D. Day

                                    Resolve that the outstanding accounts be paid in full as presented.

 

                                    In favour:        Mayor Howell                        Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Correspondence:

From                           Regarding                              Action

MAA                           Update                                     Info Only

 

New Business:           Shed Permit

The request for a shed permit at 166A Main Street was approved as per Policy and the Town’s Accessory Building Permit Regulations provided.

 

Powerline Easement App.

An application for Crown Lands regarding a powerline easement on Main Street South was presented to members for recommendation. Council has no concerns and advised the work has already been completed.

 

Boathouse/Wharf App.

An application to build a boathouse and wharf was received from Crown Lands for Council’s recommendation. The applicant has been asked for more information regarding the application and a copy must be sent to Water Resource Management with regards to the High Water Mark requirements. Information will be brought back for Council’s consideration when it is received.

 

                                    Volunteer Certificates

Certificates of Appreciation were received from Premier Dwight Ball for recognition of community contribution and volunteer service for several residents who had served 10 years or more on town run committees. Certificates were given to Mayor Howell and Councillor Gordon Blackwood and the remaining certificates will be mailed out.

 

Members

Business:                    Mandatory Mask Order

The Mandatory Mask Order as issued by the Chief Medical Officer of Health was emailed to all members for their information and retention.

 

Adjournment:            Motion-4623-20-Councillor D. Howell/Deputy Mayor Peddle

Resolve that Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, September 28th, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers.

 

In favour:        Mayor Howell                        Deputy Mayor Peddle

Councillor D. Day                  Councillor M. Wheaton           

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

                                    Opposed:         0

                                    Abstaining:     0

                                    Motion Carried.

 

                                    Meeting adjourned at 10:10 p.m.