The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes

Minutes

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting #:CC2019-28
Date:
Time:
Open Session Commencing at 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Council Chambers
City Hall
26 Francis Street, Lindsay, Ontario K9V 5R8
Members:
  • Mayor Andy Letham
  • Deputy Mayor Doug Elmslie
  • Councillor Ron Ashmore
  • Councillor Pat Dunn
  • Councillor Patrick O'Reilly
  • Councillor Tracy Richardson
  • Councillor Kathleen Seymour-Fagan
  • Councillor Andrew Veale
  • Councillor Emmett Yeo
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Timed Appointment 12:30 p.m.

The Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing Corporation (KLHHC) held their Annual General Meeting.

Mayor Letham called the Meeting to order at 1:00 p.m. Deputy Mayor D. Elmslie and Councillors R. Ashmore, P. Dunn, P. O'Reilly, T. Richardson, K. Seymour-Fagan, A. Veale and E. Yeo were in attendance.

CAO R. Taylor, City Clerk C. Ritchie, Deputy Clerk A. Rooth, City Solicitor R. Carslon, Directors C. Marshall, B. Robinson, C. Shanks, J. Stover and R. Sutherland and Acting Chief A. Rafton were also in attendance.

​The Meeting was opened with the singing of 'O Canada'.

​The Mayor asked those in attendance to observe a Moment of Silent Reflection.

  • CR2019-636
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByDeputy Mayor Elmslie

    That the Agenda for the Open Session of the Regular Council Meeting of Tuesday, November 19, 2019, be adopted as circulated and with the following amendment:

    Item 5, being the Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing Corporation (KLHHC) Annual General Meeting, be moved to Item 1 on the Agenda to be dealt with first.

    Carried

There were no declarations of pecuniary interest disclosed.

5.1

Deputy Mayor Elmslie:

  • Fenelon Falls Santa Day is on November 30th with events throughout the day from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Councillor Ashmore:

  • There will be an Omemee Downtown Revitalization Meeting on November 20th at 7:00 p.m. at Coronation Hall in Omemee.
  • The Omemee Santa Claus Parade is on December 7th at 1:00 p.m.
  • The Dunsford Santa Claus Parade is on December 15th at 2:00 p.m.

Councillor Yeo:

  • The Coboconk Santa Claus Parade is on December 1st at 1:00 p.m.

Councillor Richardson:

  • Cole's Journey Benefit Dance is on November 23rd from 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at the Manvers Arena.
  • The Janetville Craft Christmas is on November 24th from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • The Pontypool Santa Breakfast is on December 1st from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Pontypool Community Centre.
  • The Pontypool Santa Claus Parade is on December 1st at 6:00 p.m.
  • There will be Breakfast with Santa on December 8th from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. at the Janetville Hall and on December 14th from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Bethany United Church.
  • St. Mary's Bridge, located south of Golf Course Road in Bethany, will be temporarily closed for infrastructure repair starting on November 27th.

Councillor O'Reilly:

  • The 10th Annual Jolly Jog for A Place Called Home and Kawartha Lakes Food Source is on November 23rd.
  • The Annual Kinsmen Toy Drive is underway.
  • Kawartha Lakes Police Chief Mark Mitchell recently received the Order of Merit.
  • A meeting on the 2020 International Plowing Match will be held on November 20th at 7:30 p.m. at the Fenelon Falls Community Centre.
  • Kawartha Lakes Firefighters will be at Loblaws on November 30th from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to collect donations for the Kawartha Lakes Food Source.
  • Various local events held recently were a great success including; the Lindsay Santa Clause Parade, Remembrance Day Ceremonies, the Tree Lighting and the Annual Dream Ball in support of the Kawartha-Haliburton Children's Foundation.

Councillor Seymour Fagan:

  • A public information session on the reconstruction of Canal Street in Bobcaygeon will be held November 21st from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Bobcaygeon Municipal Service Centre.
  • The Mingle and Jingle event in Bobcaygeon is on November 23rd from 12:00 to 8:00 p.m.
  • The Bobcaygeon Santa Claus Parade is on December 7th at 5:00 p.m.
  • The Kinmount Christmas in the Village event is on December 7th featuring a Pancake Breakfast, Farmer's Market and wagon rides.
  •  A Christmas Music Night with the Leahy Family will be on December 7th at 7:00 p.m. at the Galway Hall.

5.2

Acting Chief of Paramedic Service A. Rafton announced that the Lindsay and District Ministerial is hosting a First Responders Appreciation Event on November 24th at the Lindsay Exhibition from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. for First Responders, their families and the community.

  • CR2019-637
    Moved ByDeputy Mayor Elmslie
    Seconded ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan

    That the Minutes of the following Council Meetings, be received and adopted:

    Regular Council Meeting Minutes - October 22, 2019
    Special Council Meeting Minutes - October 29, 2019
    Special Council Meeting Minutes - November 5, 2019.

    Carried

Regular Council Meeting Minutes - October 22, 2019

Special Council Meeting Minutes - October 29, 2019

Special Council Meeting Minutes - November 5, 2019

Committee of the Whole Minutes - November 5, 2019

The following Items were extracted from the Consent Agenda:

Item 9.3.6 - Councillor Dunn
Item 9.3.8 - Councillor Ashmore
Item 9.3.17 - Mayor Letham and Councillor Ashmore

  • CR2019-638
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByCouncillor O'Reilly

    That the Minutes of the November 5, 2019 Committee of the Whole Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 9.3 of the Agenda, be adopted, save and except Items 9.3.6, 9.3.8 and 9.3.17.

    Carried

9.3.1

  • That the deputation of Deborah Pearson, on behalf of the Kawartha Lakes Environmental Advisory Committee (KLEAC), regarding Ban of Plastic Bags in City of Kawartha Lakes, be received.

    Carried

9.3.2

  • That the deputation of Steve McCullough regarding Ban of Plastic Bags in City of Kawartha Lakes, be received.

    Carried

9.3.3

  • That the deputation of Afe Helleman regarding Affordable Housing for Seniors, be received and referred to staff to work with the proponent to bring forward options for an affordable housing development in Coboconk by end of Q2 2020.

    Carried

9.3.4

  • That the deputation of Kim Van Demark and Ronnda Singer-Robinson regarding By-law Revisions to Allow for Backyard Chickens, be received;

    That the correspondence and petition submitted in support of a by-law amendment to allow for backyard chickens, be received; and

    That the matter be referred to staff to bring forward options to allow backyard chickens by the end of Q3 2020.

    Carried

9.3.5

  • That the deputation of Harry Leung regarding Request to Waive Dumping Fees for Plastics, be received; and

    That upon completion of the transfer of the plastic waste to the landfill and collection of related receipts, a request to waive the landfill fees may be brought forward to Council for consideration.

    Carried

9.3.7

  • That the presentation by Agriculture and Development Officer Kelly Maloney and Bronwynne Wilton of Wilton Group regarding the Kawartha Lakes Agriculture and Food Action Plan 2020-2024 Presentation, be received.

    Carried

9.3.9

  • That the presentation by Laurie McCarthy, Economic Development Officer - Tourism, regarding a Tourism Strategy Update, be received.

    Carried

9.3.10

  • That Report ED2019-026, Tourism Strategy Update, be received for information.

    Carried

9.3.11

  • That the presentation by Emily Turner, Economic Development Officer - Heritage Planning, regarding a Heritage Planning Update, be received.

    Carried

9.3.12

  • That Report ED2019-022, Listing Properties on the Heritage Register, be received; and

    That the proposed listing of non-designated properties listed in Appendix A to Report ED2019-022 be approved.

    Carried

9.3.13

  • That Report ED2019-023, Delegated Authority for Alterations to Heritage Properties By-law, be received; and

    That the necessary by-law be forwarded to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

    Carried

9.3.14

  • That the presentation by Director Sutherland regarding the 2020-2029 Housing and Homelessness Plan, be received.

    Carried

9.3.15

  • That Report CORP2019-028, Affordable Housing Targets - Financial Analysis, be received for information purposes.

    Carried

9.3.16

  • That Report ED2019-025, 2019 Million Dollar Makeover Funding Allocation, 2nd Intake, be received.

    Carried

9.3.18

  • That Report TR2019-005, Disbanding of the Transit Advisory Committee, be received;

    That the Transit Advisory Committee be disbanded and the related Terms of Reference rescinded; and

    That Transit Staff work with Transportation Working Group of the Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee.

    Carried

9.3.19

  • That the memo dated November 5, 2019 regarding Ambulance Offload Considerations be received; and

    That Paramedic Service continue to implement the current relief initiatives.

    Carried

9.3.20

  • That the October 22, 2019 correspondence from Dan Marinigh, CAO/Secretary-Treasurer for Otonabee Conservation, regarding the Notice of Requirement for Council Resolution Related to Proposed Amendments to the Trent Source Protection Plan and Assessment Report, be received;

    That the proposed amendments to the Trent Source Protection Plan and Assessment Report as per Section 34 of the Clean Water Act, resulting from recent upgrades to the Pinewood Municipal Drinking Water System, be endorsed; and

    That the commencement of the public consultation process, be authorized.

    Carried

9.3.6

  • A recorded vote was requested by Councillor Dunn.

    Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That the deputation from Raymonde Blais Couture regarding Winter Maintenance on McGuire Beach Road, be received;

    That the November 5, 2019 correspondence from Raymonde Blais Couture, President of McGuire's Beach Property Owners Association, regarding a request for winter service for McGuire Beach Road, be received; and

    That the City provide winter service to the unassumed portion of McGuire Beach Road for the 2019-2020 winter season.

    Recorded (Voted)ForAgainstAbsent
    Mayor LethamX
    Deputy Mayor ElmslieX
    Councillor AshmoreX
    Councillor DunnX
    Councillor O'ReillyX
    Councillor RichardsonX
    Councillor Seymour-FaganX
    Councillor VealeX
    Councillor YeoX
    Results450
    Motion Failed
  • CR2019-639
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor Richardson

    That the deputation from Raymonde Blais Couture regarding Winter Maintenance on McGuire Beach Road, be received; and

    That the November 5, 2019 correspondence from Raymonde Blais Couture, President of McGuire's Beach Property Owners Association, regarding a request for winter service for McGuire Beach Road, be received.

    Carried

9.3.8

  • CR2019-640
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByCouncillor O'Reilly

    That Report ED2019-019, Kawartha Lakes Agriculture and Food Action Plan 2020-2024, be received;

    That the Kawartha Lakes Agriculture and Food Action Plan 2020-2024 be endorsed;

    That in the first quarter of 2020 staff provide Council with an implementation plan detailing community partnership support and providing options for resourcing of identified municipal activities through future budgets; and

    That the implementation plan identify the top 10 prioritized, actionable items.

    Carried

9.3.17

  • CR2019-641
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByDeputy Mayor Elmslie

    That Report WM2019-012, Making Waste Matter: Integrated Waste Management Strategy Update, be received;

    That Council approves the integrated waste management strategy update for implementation with the following accelerated amendments;

    That an immediate focus be placed on public education;

    That an immediate enhanced online presence be implemented regarding recycling;

    That a $10/ton increase to the tipping fees be implemented in January 2020 and the increase in revenue be used to offset additional operating costs to enhance diversion; and

    That the by-law for allowable recyclables in waste be amended to reduce the amount from 20% to 10% starting in early 2020.

    Carried
  • CR2019-642
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That staff be directed to initiate communications with the Durham York Energy Centre regarding future waste diversion opportunities.

    Carried

9.4.1

  • CR2019-643
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor O'Reilly

    That Report HH2019-010, 2020-2029 Housing and Homelessness Plan, be received;

    That 2020-2029 Housing and Homelessness Plan be amended to endorse the Moving Forward housing target model;

    That the 2020-2029 Housing and Homelessness Plan, included as Appendix A to Report HH2019-010, as amended, be endorsed;

    That the policy entitled Affordable Housing Incentives, appended to Report HH2019-008, be adopted, numbered and inserted in the Corporate Policy Manual; and

    That staff report back on an annual basis on the City's progress toward achieving established  targets so that those targets can be adjusted accordingly.

    Carried

9.4.2

  • CR2019-644
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor Richardson

    That Report 2019-010, Styrofoam and Single Use Plastics, be received;

    That Council approves a voluntary ban of Styrofoam and Single Use Plastics in the Kawartha Lakes;

    That Council approves the removal of styrofoam from the curbside recycling stream and addition to the waste stream;

    That Council lead by example and start the voluntary ban within the City's administrative buildings whenever possible;

    That as part of the voluntary ban staff develop a long term plan for phasing out single use plastics and styrofoam within additional City buildings and facilities; and

    That staff develop a green procurement policy as part of the 2020 development of a green city charter.

    Carried

Planning Advisory Committee Minutes - November 6, 2019

  • CR2019-645
    Moved ByCouncillor Veale
    Seconded ByCouncillor O'Reilly

    That the Minutes of the November 6, 2019 Planning Advisory Committee Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 10.3 of the Agenda, be adopted.

    Carried

10.3.1

  • That Report PLAN2019-061, respecting Part Lot 20, Concession 5, Plan 82, Part of Lot 8, Part 1 on 57R-7955, former Town of Lindsay, and identified as 257 Kent Street West; Application No. D06-2019-027, be received;

    That a Zoning By-law Amendment respecting application D06-2019-027, substantially in the form attached as Appendix E to Report PLAN2019-061, be approved and adopted by Council; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this application.

    Carried

10.3.2

  • That Report PLAN2019-063, Part of Lot 16, Concession 5, Geographic Township of Ops, Applications D01-2019-004 and D06-2019-031, be received; and

    That Report PLAN 2019-063 respecting Applications D01-2019-004 and D06-2019-031 be referred back to staff to address any issues raised through the public consultation process and for further review and processing until such time that all comments have been received from all circulated agencies and City departments, and that any comments and concerns have been addressed.

    Carried

10.3.3

  • That Report PLAN2019-064, Part of Lot 18, Concession 5, Former Town of Lindsay, DDB Investment Group Limited – Applications D01-2019-003 and D06-2019-029, be received; and

    That PLAN2019-064 respecting Applications D01-2019-003 and D06-2019-029 be referred back to staff to address any issues raised through the public consultation process and for further review and processing until such time that all comments have been received from all circulated agencies and City departments, and that any comments and concerns have been addressed.

    Carried

10.3.4

  • That Report PLAN2019-065, King’s Wharf Estates Subdivision Agreement, be received;

    That the Subdivision Agreement for King’s Wharf Estates, City of Kawartha Lakes, substantially in the form attached as Appendix C to Report PLAN2019-065 be approved by Council;

    That the street names of Lakeview Crescent and Jeff Beukeboom Court for the draft plan of subdivision be approved by Council;

    That the reduction of securities be considered once completed works have been confirmed by Staff;

    That the recommended payment of Development Charges, as outlined in the draft subdivision agreement contained in Appendix C to Report PLAN2019-065, be received and approved by Council; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this Agreement.

    Carried

The following items were requested to be extracted from the Consent Agenda:

  • Moved ByCouncillor Veale
    Seconded ByCouncillor Richardson

    That all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 11.1 and 11.2 of the Agenda be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered.

    Carried

11.1

2020 Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule
Cathie Ritchie, City Clerk

  • CR2019-646

    That Report CLK2019-012, 2020 Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule, be received; and

    That the schedule for Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meetings for 2020, as outlined in Appendix A to Report CLK2019-012, be approved.

    Carried

Request for Quotation 2019-91-OQ Coboconk School House Demolition
Krystina Cunnington, Buyer
Aaron Sloan, Manager of Municipal Law Enforcement

  • CR2019-647

    That Report PUR2019-042, Request for Quotation 2019-91-OQ Coboconk School House Demolition, be received;

    That the lowest quoted Proponent, Maxx North America Group Inc., be selected for the award of Request for Quotation 2019-91-OQ for the Demolition of the Coboconk School House where work shall commence upon award and be completed by December 31, 2019;

    That subject to receipt of the requested documents, the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement to award Quotation 2019-91-OQ for the Demolition of the Coboconk School House; and

    That all costs of demolishing the structure and disposing of hazardous materials be invoiced to the current owner of the property with notification that if the cost of demolition is not paid, the amount will be added to the property tax in accordance with section 15.4 (4). Building Code Act, 1992, S.O. 1992, c. 23.

    Carried

2019-96-OQ Supply and Delivery of Sodium Hypochlorite
Kristy Wilson, Junior Buyer
Robert MacPherson, Water and Wastewater Technician

  • CR2019-648

    That Report PUR2019-043, Request for Quotation 2019-96-OQ Supply and Delivery of Sodium Hypochlorite, be received;

    That Lavo be selected for the award of 2019-96-OQ Supply and Delivery of Sodium Hypochlorite for a five year term, at the quotation price of $28,451.69 annually, plus HST; and

    That subject to receipt of the requested documents, that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to sign the agreement.

    Carried

2019-86-CQ Rotary Trail and Shoreline Restoration and Stabilization
Linda Lee, Buyer
Ryan Smith, Supervisor, Parks & Open Spaces

  • CR2019-649

    That Report PUR2019-047, 2019-86-CQ Rotary Trail and Shoreline Restoration and Stabilization, be received;

    That Ratcliff Excavating & Grading be selected for the award of Quotation 2019-86-CQ Rotary Trail and Shoreline Restoration and Stabilization for the total price of $457,155.40, plus H.S.T.;

    That project number 950190408 – Rotary Trail, Shoreline Restoration & Sheet Piling be closed and $150,000 be returned to the Capital Reserves;

    That $235,184 be added to multi-year project 950153301- Shoreline Restoration & Sheet Piling from the Capital Reserves;

    That subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement to award the contract; and

    That the Financial Services Division be authorized to issue a purchase order.

    Carried

2019-92-OP Annual Monitoring Reports at Specified Landfills
Linda Lee, Buyer
Kerri Snoddy, Regulatory Compliance Officer

  • CR2019-650

    That Report PUR2019-048, 2019-92-OP Annual Monitoring Reports at Specified Landfill Sites, be received;

    That Azimuth Environmental Consulting Inc. be selected as the highest scoring proponent, for the award of Request for Proposal 2019-92-OP Annual Monitoring Reports at Specified Landfill Sites for the initial term of two (2) reporting terms for the 2019 and 2020 calendar years;

    That Council authorize the option to renew the contract for one (1) additional reporting term upon mutual agreement and successful completion of the initial term; and

    That subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the agreement.

    Carried

Resurfacing of Wispi Shore Road
Marianne Husar

  • CR2019-651
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByCouncillor O'Reilly

    That the petition received from Marianne Husar regarding Resurfacing of Wispi Shore Road, be received and referred to the 2020 Lifecycle Extension Program for consideration.

    Carried

14.

The mover requested the consent of Council to read the by-laws by number only.

  • CR2019-652
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByCouncillor Dunn

    That the By-Laws shown in Section 14.1 of the Agenda, namely: Items 14.1.1 to and including 14.1.14 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

    Carried

Authorize Borrowing of Serial Debentures $11,007,932.60

Authorize Borrowing of Serial Debentures $4,492,964.44

A By-law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (M. Fenton)

A By-law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (T. Ferris)

A By-law to Establish a Parcel of Land in the City of Kawartha Lakes as Public Highway

A By-Law to Authorize the Sale Of Municipally Owned Property Legally Described Block D, Plan 386, in the Geographic Township of Somerville, City of Kawartha Lakes Designated as Parts 2 and 3 on Plan 57R-10763 Being Part of PIN: 63119-0232 (LT)

A By-law to Stop Up and Close Part of the Road Allowance Legally Described as Part of the Road Allowance between Lot 18 and Lot 19, Concession 2, in the Geographic Township of Somerville, City of Kawartha Lakes as Parts 6, 7 and 8 on Plan 57R-10763 Being Part of PIN:63119-0195 (LT)

A By-Law to Amend the Town of Lindsay Zoning By-Law No. 2000-75 to Rezone Land Within the City Of Kawartha Lakes
(File D06-2019-027, Report PLAN2019-061 - 257 Kent Street West - 2680749 Ontario Inc.)

A By-law to Delegate Authority for the Alteration of Heritage Property in the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-law to Amend Bylaw Mariposa 1971-1526 and to Provide for the Levying of Costs Resulting from Maintenance of the Ferguson Drain

A By-law to Levy the Cost of Maintenance Works Undertaken on the Ferguson Municipal Drain in the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-law to Levy the Cost of Maintenance Works Undertaken on the Robertson Municipal Drain in the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-law to Levy the Cost of Maintenance Works Undertaken on the Lownsbrough Municipal Drain in the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-law to Levy the Cost of Maintenance Works Undertaken on the Ops #1 Municipal Drain in the City of Kawartha Lakes

Council recessed at 1:47 p.m. and reconvened at 1:57 p.m.

  • CR2019-653
    Moved ByCouncillor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That the Closed Session agenda be adopted as circulated.

    Carried

There were no declarations of pecuniary interest disclosed.

  • CR2019-654
    Moved ByCouncillor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That Council convene into closed session at 1:58 p.m. in order to consider matters on the Tuesday, November 19, 2019 Closed Session Agenda and that are permitted to be discussed in a session closed to the public pursuant to Section 239(2)(d) of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001. S.25.

    Carried

Closed Session Minutes, Regular Council Meeting of October 22, 2019
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b)(c)(d)(h)

Kawartha Lakes Professional Firefighter Association Local 1701 Bargaining Update - Verbal
Labour Negotiations or Employee Negotiations
Municipal Act, 2001, s.239(2)(d)
Liana Patterson, Manager of Human Resources

CUPE Local 855 Bargaining Mandate - Verbal
Labour Negotiations or Employee Negotiations
Municipal Act, 2001, s.239(2)(d)
Liana Patterson, Manager of Human Resources

Market Compensation Review - Verbal
Labour Negotiations or Employee Negotiations
Municipal Act, 2001, s.239(2)(d)
Liana Patterson, Manager of Human Resources

Item 16.3.1

The Closed Session Minutes of the October 22, 2019 Regular Council Meeting were received and adopted.

Item 16.3.4

Jennifer  Stover, Director of Corporate Services provided Council with information regarding Market Compensation Review.

Item 16.3.2

Staff provided Council with an update on the Kawartha Lakes Professional Firefighter Association, Local 1701 and received direction.

Item 16.3.3

Staff provided Council with a CUPE Local 855 Bargaining Mandate update and received direction.

A By-law to Confirm the Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of Council, Tuesday, November 19, 2019

  • CR2019-660
    Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That a by-law to confirm the proceedings of a Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, November 19, 2019 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

    Carried
  • CR2019-661
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That the Council Meeting adjourn at 2:29 p.m.

    Carried

    Read and adopted this 10th day of December, 2019.


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