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Meeting Minutes

 

   

Monday, June 28th, 2021

 

 

Minutes of the Regular Public Meeting of Council held on Monday, June 28th, 2021 in Council Chambers.

 

Attendees:                  Deputy Mayor Marlene Peddle (Chair) – (Arrived Late)

Councillor Dale Howell (Chair – Beginning of Meeting)

Councillor Shawn Budgell

Councillor Gordon Blackwood

Councillor Michael Wheaton

Councillor Dwight Day

Clerk/Manager Dianne Goodyear

 

Absent:                       Mayor Keith Howell

 

Call to Order:            Councillor D. Howell (Chair) @ 7:30 p.m.

 

Agenda:                      Motion-4789-21-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve that the Agenda be adopted as circulated.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

MIN1221:                  Councillor D. Howell asked if there were any errors or omissions to the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting of June 7th, 2021 which had been circulated to all members.

Motion-4790-21-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve that the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting of June 7th, 2021 be adopted as circulated.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell             Councillor S. Budgell

                        Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor M. Wheaton

                        Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

MIN1321:                   Councillor D. Howell asked if there were any errors or omissions to the Minutes of the Special Public Council Meeting of June 22nd, 2021 which had been circulated to all members.

Motion-4791-21-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve that the Minutes of the Special Public Council Meeting of June 22nd, 2021 be adopted as circulated.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell           Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood     Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Business 

Arising:                      Fire Van

Members were informed that the Fire Van had been inspected earlier today and is back in service as of today.

 

Canada Summer Student

Motion-4792-21-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to request approval from the Minister of Municipal Affairs to hire Ashton Peddle as the summer student for the town.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell             Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Business

Arising:                      Provincial Summer Student

The Town did not receive approval to hire a Provincial Summer Student.

 

Committees:

Finance:                     W. S. Project # 17-GI-21-00034

Members were informed that the Tender for the Water and Sewer Project has been awarded.  Contract documentation such as Insurances, Labor and Materials Bond, Workman’s Compensation certificate, Safety documentation and Schedule of Work is to be submitted and an on-site meeting to be arranged prior to contract signing.

 

Audit – Financial Statements

Motion-4793-21-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the Audit of the Town’s Financial Statements for 2020 be adopted as presented.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Taxes (Privileged)

Motion-4794-21-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to enter into a “Privileged Session” to discuss the next two items.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Discussion

 

Motion-4795-21-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G. Blackwood

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

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood     Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Motion-4796-21-Councillor M. Wheaton/Councillor G Blackwood

Resolve to follow Council Policy regarding old vacant houses which are disconnected from all other services be exempt from the Water Tax with respect to the request to have water tax removed from 192 Main Street.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

The second item will be brought back to the next meeting for further discussion.

 

Rink

Councillor D. Day will meet with Engineer Jim Harty on June 29th, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. to visit both sites regarding Council’s request for an assessment of both sites to determine location of new rink.

 

Public Works:           Boil Water Advisory

The Boil Water Advisory issued on May 10th, 2021 was removed on June 3rd, 2021 as per satisfactory testing results by Government Services.

 

Chlorine Readings

The Town Worker advised he’s having difficulty getting the chlorine readings consistent at the end of the lines.  He stated the chlorine pump is constantly cut in and there’s been a significant increase in chlorine usage.  He requested the 1 ½ inch water line constantly flowing from Eastern Fish Markets to the ocean be turned off when not in use to see if that would make a difference.

(Deputy Mayor Peddle arrived at 8:10 p.m. and took the Chair position – Councillor D. Howell returned to her seat)

Council does not agree since there’s been no change to the volume of water at that site and feels it is necessary to keep it flowing to keep the chlorine readings up on Main Street South.  Council advised the change may be because of the change to a 6 inch line at Chambers, filling boats and swimming pools or there may be a water leak.  Town workers will check for leaks and monitor the usage.  Results will be brought back to a future meeting.

 

Fire Dept:                   Nasal Naloxone Training

This information has been passed on to the Fire Chief.

 

Recreation:                Ball Fields

Pictures of the ball field and volleyball/basketball courts were presented to and reviewed by members.  Members were in agreement that the problem is mostly due to lack of maintenance.  Members were also in agreement that the Recreation Committee has money to take care of these issues and their priority should be the volleyball/basketball courts.  The money from Bingo and Ticket Sales is raised strictly for maintenance of these fields/courts.  If the committee doesn’t have enough money and they have a plan for usage of the fields/courts they can present it to council at that time for consideration.  

 

The Town workers will repair the post at the Volleyball court.  Members agreed the cement for the post should be down 3 feet below the surface.  

 

Members were in agreement that the Recreation can use the field across from the Rink for picnics and story time events but they should not use it for ball due to safety issues – the road on one side and the ocean on the other.

 

Accounts 

Payable:

Trio Benefits                                            $    333.61 – Health Premiums

D & M Services Ltd.                               $    526.70 – Class A (2 loads)

Carmanville Value Grocer                       $      17.75 – Kitchen Supplies

Central Cashier’s Office                          $      25.00 – License/Interp.

G & M Services                                       $    580.32 – Gas

Lori Mercer                                              $ 6,727.50 – Audit 

NL Power                                                 $    164.83 – Hydro – Booster Station

NL Power                                                 $    206.99 – Hydro – Mun. Bldg.

NL Power                                                 $    105.60 – Hydro – Chlor. Chambers

NL Power                                                 $      43.70 – Hydro – Garage

NL Power                                                 $    285.13 – Hydro – Fire Hall

NL Power                                                 $      38.65 – Hydro – Lift Station

Bell Mobility                                            $      36.45 – Phone – Cell

Colonial Auto Parts                                  $      31.73 – Garage Supplies

Colonial Auto Parts                                  $      13.79 – FD Van Repair

Central Office Equipment                        $      78.97 – Office Supplies

DSI                                                           $    158.70 – Receipt Paper

NAPE                                                       $      98.13 – Union Dues

CIBC Mellon                                            $    467.62 – Pension Premiums

Receiver General for Canada                   $3,541.58 – Payroll Remittance

Triple T Mechanics Ltd.                           $    287.50 – Fire Van Inspection

Bell Aliant                                                $    302.93 – Phone/Fax/Internet-Office

 

Accounts

Payable:                     Motion-4797-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor S. Budgell

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

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell              Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day                   Deputy Mayor Peddle

Opposed:0

Abstaining: 0

Motion Carried.

 

Correspondence:

From                             Regarding                                                          Action

Wealth Architect            Outside evening events                                      Info Only

Gov. Canada                  Green & Inclusive Community Buildings         Info Only

P Julian MP                   Bill C-313                                                           Info Only

 

New Business:           Flooding on private property

Members were in agreement that this is an issue between the residents concerned and that the town has no by-law or regulation in place regarding this issue.  Other than the residents contacting the Department of Environment for guidance, legal would probably be their only option to alleviate the problem.

 

Members 

Business:                    Authorization to pay bills

Motion-4798-21-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve that the Clerk/Manager be given authorization to pay the bills during the summer period between meetings.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell               Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood        Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day                    Deputy Mayor Peddle

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Members

Business:                    Summer Meeting Schedule

Members were in agreement that the Regular Public Meeting of Council be held once a month in July and August and that the date would be at the call of the Chair.

 

Forest Management Planning

More information is required regarding the Forest Management 5 year plan regarding commercial and domestic harvesting and commercial road construction within the town boundary.  

 

Elections 2021

Motion-4799-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor D. Day

Resolve not to avail of the Vote by Mail option available in the upcoming Municipal Election.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell              Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day                   Deputy Mayor Peddle

Opposed:0

Abstaining;0

Motion Carried.

 

Motion-4800-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve to appoint Phyllis Collins as the Alternate Returning Officer in the upcoming Municipal Election if she is available.  If she is not available then Donna Wagg would be appointed as the Alternate Returning Officer.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell             Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood       Councillor M. Wheaton

Councillor D. Day

Opposed:        Deputy Mayor Peddle

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Members 

Business:                    Canada Community Revitalization Fund 

Further research is required regarding this funding with regard to the new rink.  Results will be brought back for further discussion.

  

Adjournment:            Motion-4801-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor G. Blackwood 

Resolve that Council do now adjourn to meet again at the call of the Chair.

  

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell             Councillor S. Budgell 

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor M. Wheaton 

Councillor D. Day                  Deputy Mayor Peddle 

Opposed:0 

Abstaining:0

 

Motion Carried.

  

Meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021

 

Minutes of a Special Public Meeting of Council held on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021 in Council Chambers.

 

Attendees:                  Deputy Mayor Peddle (Chair) – (Arrived Late)

Councillor Dale Howell (Chair – Beginning of Meeting)

Councillor Shawn Budgell

Councillor Dwight Day

Councillor Gordon Blackwood

Mayor Keith Howell (Remote Attendance)

Clerk/Manager Dianne Goodyear

 

Guest:                        Engineer Jim Harty, Harty Engineering Ltd.

 

Absent:                      Councillor Michael Wheaton

 

Call to Order:           Councillor D. Howell (Chair) @ 7:40 p.m.

 

W. S. Project:            17-Gl-21-00034 – Water and Sewer Services Phase 3

Engineer Jim Harty presented the tender results as follows:

- ANW Construction Ltd.              $   675,491.60

- Professional Grading                   $   893,349.90

- R & K Construction                     $   898,535.25

Budgell’s Construction                $1,045,547.80

- H Wareham & Sons Ltd.              $1,076,811.70

Coady Construction                     $1,213,647.90

 

(Deputy Mayor Peddle arrived at 7:40 p.m. and took the position of Chair for the remainder of the meeting – Councillor Dale Howell returned to her seat)

 

Municipal Affairs and the Town Engineer, J. Harty advised that the lowest bidder meets the criteria and although there is a significant difference between the lowest bid and the next closest bid, there is no reason not to award the tender to the lowest bidder.

 

Motion-4786-21-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve to award the Tender to A.N.W. Construction at the lowest bid of $675,491.60.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle           Councillor D. Howell

Councillor S. Budgell           Councillor D. Day

Councillor G. Blackwood     Mayor Howell

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

J. Harty advised that the contract would be awarded June 23rd, 2021 and the Contractor would submit his safety plan, bonding, insurance, etc. within 2 weeks.  The contract would then be done up and ready to start work.  There will be an onsite meeting with the contractor prior to work commencing.

 

Municipal Affairs recommended the town hire an OH&S Consultant to review and approve the site specific safety plans of both the contractor and engineer to ensure the safety plans meet the OH&S regulations as the town is responsible to review the safety plan because the town is the principal contractor.  The cost would be reimbursed to the town from the project funds.

 

Motion-4787-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve to hire the OH&S Safety Consultant to review the safety plans as recommended by Municipal Affairs.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle           Councillor D. Howell

Councillor S. Budgell           Councillor D. Day

Councillor G. Blackwood     Mayor Howell

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Adjournment:            Motion-4788-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the meeting be adjourned.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle           Councillor D. Howell

Councillor S. Budgell           Councillor D. Day

Councillor G. Blackwood     Mayor Howell

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

 

Motion Carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 9:15 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, June 7th, 2021

 

Minutes of the Regular Public Meeting of Council held on Monday, June 7th, 2021 in Council Chambers.

 

Attendees:                  Deputy Mayor Marlene Peddle (Chair) – (Arrived late)

Councillor Dale Howell (Chair – Beginning of Meeting)

Councillor Shawn Budgell

Councillor Gordon Blackwood

Mayor Keith Howell (Remote Attendance)

Councillor Michael Wheaton (Remote Attendance) (Arrived late)

Clerk/Manager Dianne Goodyear

 

Absent:                       Councillor Dwight Day

 

Call to Order:            Councillor D. Howell (Chair) @ 7:40 p.m.

 

Agenda:                      Motion–4772-21-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the Agenda be adopted as circulated.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Mayor Howell

Opposed: 0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Minutes:                     Councillor D. Howell asked if there were any errors or omissions to the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting of May 17th, 2021 which had been circulated to all members.

Motion-4773-21-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the Minutes of the Regular Public Council Meeting of May 17th, 2021 be adopted as circulated.

 

In favour:        Councillor D. Howell            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Mayor Howell

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Business 

Arising:                      Community Garden Sign

Members were in agreement to request a picture with the border on top and bottom as well as on the sides and “Grade 3 Class of Phoenix Academy” written at the bottom of the sign.  Both pictures would be presented at the next meeting to decide which one to use.

 

(Deputy Mayor Peddle arrived at the meeting at 7:50 p.m. and assumed the position of Chair for the remainder of the meeting.  Councillor D. Howell returned to her seat)

 

(Councillor Michael Wheaton joined the meeting via Remote Attendance at 8:00 p.m.)

 

Motion-4774-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve the prizes for Winners and Participants in designing the Community Garden Sign would be:  $50 for the Winners – Grade 3 Class and $25 for each of the other participating classes – Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 4, Grade 5 and Grade 6. 

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                        Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Fire Van

Members were informed that the backing plate had to be returned because it did not fit – the replacement has not been received to date.

 

Pumper

The Pumper was taken to Triple T for brake adjustment on May 20th, 2021 as per Council’s request at the previous meeting.

 

Committees:

Finance:                     FD Phone App

The FD Phone App had to be paid via phone/visa since the bank no longer do US Bank Drafts.  The exchange rate was not known at the time.  Statement will show the amount paid in US Funds and will be brought back to the next meeting.

 

Collections Report May

The Collections Report for May was presented to and reviewed by members.  

 

Collections (Privileged)

Motion-4775-21-Mayor Howell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve to enter into a “Privileged Session” to discuss the next 3 topics.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle           Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood     Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                       Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Members discussed each of the following items.

- Land Sales; - Interest; Motion-4767-21(Ratify)

 

Motion-4776-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve that the meeting return to an “Open Session”

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle          Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood    Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                      Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Finance:                     Collections – Land Sales

Motion-4777-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the properties TC-L0121 and TC-L0221 be combined with property TC-L0120 and sold as 1 property with Council’s conditions outlined and through the Legal Firm – Stewart McKelvey.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle          Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood    Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                      Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Collections – Interest

Motion-4778-21-Mayor Howell/Councillor D. Howell

Resolve that provided all payments are made as per the schedule and deadlines given by Council, the interest would be forgiven.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle            Councillor D. Howell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Mayor Howell

Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:         Councillor S. Budgell

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Collections – Ratify Motion-4767-21

Motion-4779-21-Councillor M. Wheaton/Mayor Howell

Resolve that Motion-4767-21 – made by Councillor M. Wheaton/Deputy Mayor Peddle in the Privileged Meeting on May 17th, 2021 be Ratified.  The previous motion (4767-21)read:

Resolve that Court Procedure would be initiated on Accounts TC-C0121, TC-C0221 and that Accounts TC-C-0321, TC-WO0121 and TC-WO0221 be written off as uncollectable.  Total amount for Court Action - $1,616.12.  Total amount for Write Off - $501.98.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle           Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood     Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                       Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Public Works:            Waterline Repairs/Contractor

Motion-4780-21-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the contract for waterline excavation for repairs at 213 Main Street South be awarded to H. Wareham and Sons.  They were the only contractor whose CORE Certification status could be confirmed.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle           Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood     Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                       Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Metal Detector  Copper

The leak has been found so the detector is not required at this time.  Research indicates the cost of the detector to detect copper is extremely expensive (between $4,000 and $5,000).  If it is required at a later date, it will be considered by Council at that time.

 

Waterline Leak at 298 Main Street

Motion-4781-21-Councillor S. Budgell/Councillor D. Howell

Resolve to repair the waterline leak provided it is coming from the old abandoned waterline.  Otherwise, it is the responsibility of the property owner.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                        Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Waterline Repair/Class A

Motion-4782-21-Councillor G. Blackwood/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the request for extra Class A be denied.  Council provided Class A for the area affected by the repairs to the waterline.  Council feels the amount supplied was sufficient.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                        Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Screen Cleaning

The Report and Pictures of the Screen Cleaning on May 20th, 2021 was presented to and reviewed by members.

 

Chlorine Readings

Chlorine Readings for the month of May was presented to and reviewed by members.  Readings were within guidelines.

 

Monthly Water Usage/Flow Data

The Monthly Water Usage Report and Flow Data Chart for the month of May was presented to and reviewed by members.  The average water usage was 138,122 gallons per day.

 

Public Works:            Utility Trailer

The new hydraulic pump and tank has been received and installed.

 

Fire Dept:                   Incident Reports

Two (2) Incident Reports were presented to and reviewed by members.

 

Recruitment

Members were in informed that the Fire Department is currently advertising to recruit new members.  Notices have been posted.

 

Accounts 

Payable:

NL Power                                                       $       42.75 – Hydro – Lift Station (Paid)

NL Power                                                       $     398.37 – Hydro – Fire Hall (Paid)

NL Power                                                       $     185.33 – Hydro – Booster Stn. (Paid)

NL Power                                                       $     310.98 – Hydro – Mun. Bldg. (Paid)

NL Power                                                       $     112.30 – Hydro –Chlor Chamber (Paid) 

NL Power                                                       $       74.44 – Hydro – Garage (Paid)

Carmanville Value Grocer                             $       10.34 – Janitorial Supplies (Paid)

Triple T Mechanics Ltd.                                $       48.88 – Pumper/Brake (Paid)

Central Office Equipment                              $       78.07 – Office Supplies (Paid)

G & M Services                                             $   869.75 – Gas: 689.75; Diesel 180 (Paid)

Bell Aliant                                                      $   303.36 – Phone/Internet/Fax/Office(Paid)

Bell Mobility                                                  $     37.26 – Phone – Cell (Paid)

NL Power                                                       $1,785.33 – Hydro – Street Lighting (Paid)

NAPE                                                             $   101.04 – Union Dues (Paid)

CIBC Mellon                                                  $   621.28 – Pension Premiums (Paid)

Receiver General for Canada                         $4,468.76 – Payroll Remittance (Paid)

DSI                                                                 $   358.80 – Cheques

Bell Aliant                                                      $     76.70 – Phone – Fire Dept.

Tulk’s Home Hardware                                  $   984.39 – Dehumidifier/Garage Supplies

CNWM                                                           $1,655.12 – Tipping Fees

Computer Shack                                             $  471.45 – Printer Toners

Rockwater                                                      $1,494.08 – Chlorine

 

Accounts

Payable:                     Motion-4783-21-Councillor G. Blackwood/Mayor Howell

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

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                        Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Correspondence:

From                          Regarding                                                 Action

RNL                            Proclamation Recreation Month               See Motion Below

 

Motion-4784-21-Mayor Howell/Councillor S. Budgell

Resolve that the Proclamation be signed by the Deputy Mayor.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle              Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood        Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                          Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.

 

Members 

Business:                    Review Councillor/Mayor Roles

Information will be emailed to Mayor Howell and Councillor M. Wheaton.  All other members had the information available to them and were taking it home to review and bring back to a future meeting.

 

Adjournment:           Motion-4785-21-Councillor D. Howell/Councillor G. Blackwood

Resolve that Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, June 28th, 2021 at 7:30 p.m.

 

In favour:        Deputy Mayor Peddle            Councillor S. Budgell

Councillor G. Blackwood      Councillor D. Howell

Mayor Howell                        Councillor M. Wheaton

Opposed:0

Abstaining:0

Motion Carried.                    

 

Meeting adjourned at 9:10 p.m.