Council Meeting Agendas

AGENDA

Municipality of Clare

Council-In-Committee Meeting

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

1) CALL TO ORDER

2) 2.1 APPROVAL OF AGENDA
2.2 CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

3) PRESENTATIONS

4) STAFF REPORTS
4.1 Financial Update – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff

5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS
5.1 Upcoming CRA Changes to Council Honorariums

6) NEW BUSINESS
6.1 Funding Application – Operation Compassion
6.2 Calls for Applications – Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program
6.3 Hospitality Policy (Draft)
6.4 Road Safety Concerns – Common Cross Road
6.5 Proposed Boundary Changes - NSCAF
6.6 Request for Proposal – École Saint-Albert

7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

8) CLOSED SESSION
8.1 Rural Internet

9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 7:00 pm.

10) ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA
Municipality of the District of Clare
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at 7:00 PM

1) Call to Order

2) a) Adoption of the Agenda
b) Declaration of Conflict of Interest

3) Presentations

4) Adoption of Minutes
4.1 October 17, 2018 - Regular Council Meeting
4.2 November 14, 2018 - Council-In-Committee Meeting

5) Business Arising from Previous Council Meetings
5.1 Tender - Roofing of Storage Building next to Clare Health Centre
5.2 Grants to Organizations – Cash Flow Update

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

8) Correspondence
8.1 Letter – Sargent Daniel Gaudet, Detachment Commander, RCMP
8.2 Letter – Laura Simmons, Executive Director, Wharf Rat Rally Motorcycle Association
8.3 Letter – Glenda Doucet-Boudreau, President, Association Madeleine LeBlanc

9) Chief Administrative Officer's (CAO) Report – CAO Stéphane Cyr

10) Committee Reports
10.1 Building Permits Report – October 2018 – Councillor, Danny Hill

11) New Business
11.1 Motion to Award Tender – Renovations to the Lower Hall, Clare Veterans Centre
11.2 Motion to Award Tender – Sprung Floor in Lower Hall, Clare Veterans Centre
11.3 Motion to Write Letter Regarding Offshore Drilling
11.4 Motion to Write NSTIR Regarding Road Safety Concerns, Highway 1, Saulnierville
11.5 Motion to Approve Funding Request - L’Union des pécheurs des Maritimes
11.6 Motion to Award Tender – Volunteer Fire Service – Vehicle Assessment

12) In Camera Session
12.1 Tax Sale by Tender – Southwest Eco Energy Ltd.

13) Date and Time of Next Regular Council Meeting: Wednesday, December 19, 2018

14) Adjournment

AGENDA
Municipality of the District of Clare
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 7:00 PM

1) Call to Order

2) a) Adoption of the Agenda
b) Declaration of Conflict of Interest

3) Presentations

4) Adoption of Minutes
4.1 September 19, 2018 - Regular Council Meeting
4.2 October 3, 2018 - Council-In-Committee Meeting

5) Business Arising from Previous Council Meetings

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

8) Correspondence
8.1 Letter – Clare Health Foundation, Lionel d’Entremont, Event Coordinator
8.2 Letter – Office of Acadian Affaires and Francophonie, Tracey Taweel, Deputy Minister
8.3 Invitation – Opening Ceremony and Family Day, A.F. Theriault & Son Ltd.

9) Chief Administrative Officer's (CAO) Report – CAO Stéphane Cyr

10) Committee Reports
10.1 Building Permits – Councillor, Danny Hill
10.2 Western Counties Regional Library - Councillor Carl Deveau

11) New Business
11.1 Motion to Refinance Capital Debt – Clare Health Centre
11.2 Motion to award Tender – Volunteer Fire Service – Capital and Operational Review
11.3 Letter of Support – 2019-2020 Programming – Société acadienne de Clare

12) In Camera Session
12.1 Eco-parc
12.2 Rural Internet
12.3 Human Resources

13) Date and Time of Next Regular Council Meeting: Wednesday, November 21, 2018

14) Adjournment

AGENDA
Municipality of Clare
Council-In-Committee Meeting
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.


1) CALL TO ORDER

2) 2.1 APPROVAL OF AGENDA
2.2 CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

3) PRESENTATIONS

4) STAFF REPORTS
4.1 Financial Update – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff

5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS
5.1 Upcoming CRA Changes to Council Honorariums
5.2 Letter Regarding Offshore Drilling

6) NEW BUSINESS
6.1 Roofing of Storage Building next to Clare Health Centre
6.2 Road Safety Concerns – Highway 1, Saulnierville
6.3 Funding Application - L’union des pécheurs des maritimes “UPM” Local 9

7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

8) CLOSED SESSION
8.1 Cultural Hub
8.2 Clare Veterans Centre
8.3 Dangerous and Unsightly
8.4 Human Resources

9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 7:00 pm.

10) ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA
Municipality of the District of Clare
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 7:00 PM

1) Call to Order

2) a) Adoption of the Agenda
b) Declaration of Conflict of Interest

3) Presentations
3.1 2017/2018 Audited Financial Statements – Paul Comeau, Grant Thornton

4) Adoption of Minutes
4.1 July 18, 2018 - Regular Council Meeting
4.2 August 8, 2018- Special Meeting of Council
4.2 September 5, 2018 - Council-In-Committee Meeting

5) Business Arising from Previous Council Meetings
5.1 Letter of Support for Farm Residence in Clare
5.2 NSFM – Resolution Meeting
5.3 Culvert Repair – Rails to Trails Association

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

8) Correspondence
8.1 Letter - Digby Choral Federation, Linda Demone, Chair of Fundraising
8.2 Letter – Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, Honorable Lloyd Hines, Minister
8.3 Letter - Municipality of Barrington, Eddie Nickerson, Warden
8.4 Letter - Société Nationale de l’Acadie, Louise Imbeault, President

9) Chief Administrative Officer's (CAO) Report – CAO Stéphane Cyr

10) Committee Reports
10.1 Building Permits – Councillor, Danny Hill
10.2 Police Advisory Board – Deputy Warden Nil Doucet
10.3 Waste Check – Councillor Carl Deveau

11) New Business
11.1 Motion to transfer $600,000 from the Operating Fund to the Capital Reserve Fund
11.2 Motion to transfer $1,409,555 from the Operating Fund to the Operating Reserve
11.3 Motion to transfer $550,000 from the Operating Reserve to the Capital Fund
11.4 Motion to approve the 2017/2018 Audited Financial Statement
11.5 Motion to appoint a Clare Community Representative for the Wren Board of Directors
11.6 Motion to award tender - Exterior Painting at Municipal Building
11.7 Motion to award tender -Exterior Stage at Rendez-vous de la Baie
11.8 Motion to award tender - Roofing of Wastewater Treatment Plant in Belliveau Cove
11.9 Project concept - CDÉNE

12) In Camera Session
None.

13) Date and Time of Next Regular Council Meeting: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 7:00 pm

14) Adjournment

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