Council Meeting Agendas

AGENDA

Municipality of Clare

Council-In-Committee Meeting

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

 

1)      CALL TO ORDER

2)      2.1       APPROVAL OF AGENDA

         2.2       CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

 

3)      PRESENTATIONS

         None

 

4)      STAFF REPORTS

         4.1       Financial Report – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff

 

5)      BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

         5.1       Plastic Film – Input on Region 7 Resolution

 

6)      NEW BUSINESS

         6.1       Solid Waste By-law

         6.2       UNSM Priorities for 2018

         6.3       Fire Departments – 2018/19 Capital Funding

         6.4       Fire Departments – 2018/19 Operational Funding

         6.5       Request for Decision – Waste Check Budget

         6.6       Western Counties Regional Library Funding

         6.7       Yarmouth Hospital Foundation Gala

         6.8       Volunteers Banquet

        

7)      QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

 

8)      CLOSED SESSION
         8.1       Ecoparc

         8.2       CAO Evaluation

                    

9)      DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING

            Wednesday, May 2th, 2018 at 7:00 pm.

 

10)    ADJOURNMENT

1) Call to Order

 

2) a) Adoption of the Agenda

b) Declaration of Conflict of Interest

 

3) Presentations

3.1 Proposed Ban on Plastic Film – Gus Green, Waste Check General Manager

3.2 Atlantic Immigration Pilot – Gino Thibeault, WREN Immigration Lead

 

4) Adoption of Minutes

4.1 February 21st, 2018: Regular Council Meeting

4.2 March 7th, 2018: Council-In-Committee Meeting

 

5) Business Arising From Previous Council Meetings

5.1 Re-development Project – Belliveau Cove Development Commission

 

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

 

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

 

8) Correspondence

8.1 Letter from Waste Check – General Manager, Gus Green

8.2 Letter from South Shore Regional Hospital Auxiliary – President, Sharon Ritcey

8.3 Letter from the Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia – Executive Director, Debbi Tobin

8.4 Letter from the Employment Opportunities Partership – Executive Director, Debbie Cook

8.5 Email – Peter Evans, Major Point Road



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



10) Committee Reports

10.1 Building Permits – Councillor Danny Hill

 

11) New Business

11.1 Motion to Contribute to the 2018 Jeux de l’Acadie Regional Games

11.2 Motion to Register Clare Ground Search and Rescue as an Emergency Services Provider

11.3 Motion to Set the 2018-2019 Low Income Property Tax Exemption

11.4 Motion to Write a Letter of Support – Société acadienne de Clare

11.5 Motion to Write a letter to the Nova Scotia Department of Municipal Affairs and the Office of Acadian Affairs and Francophonie

11.6 Invitation – Université Sainte-Anne

 

12) In Camera Session

12.1 CAO Evaluation

12.2 St.Bernard Fire Department

 

13) Date and Time of Next Regular Council Meeting: Wednesday, April 18th, 2018



14) Adjournment

1) Call to Order

 

2) a) Adoption of the Agenda

b) Declaration of Conflict of Interest

 

3) Presentations

3.1 Boundary Review Report – Stantec Consulting Ltd. – Senior Planner, John Heseltine

3.2 Atlantic Immigration Pilot – Economic Development Officer – Immigration Lead for the WREN, Gino Thibeault

 

4) Adoption of Minutes

4.1 January 17th, 2018: Regular Council Meeting

4.2 February 7th, 2018: Council-In-Committee Meeting

 

5) Business Arising From Previous Council Meetings

5.1 Clare 250th Legacy Project

5.2 John Thibodeau Road

 

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

 

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

 

8) Correspondence

8.1 Letter from the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth – Warden, Leland Anthony

8.2 Letter from the Town of Middleton – Mayor, Sylvester Atkinson

8.3 Letter from the Municipality of Digby – Warden, Jimmy MacAlpine

8.4 Letter from Wastecheck – Single use plastic bags



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



10) Committee Reports

10.1 Building Permits – Councillor Danny Hill

10.2 Villa Acadienne – Councillor Brian Comeau

10.3 Wastecheck – Councillor Carl Deveau

10.4 Clare Firefighters Association – Councillor Danny Hill

 

11) New Business

11.1 Motion to enact By-Law Amendment No.1 – Second and Final Reading

11.2 Motion to enact By-Law Amendment No.9 – Second and Final Reading

11.3 Motion to accept tax reduction (Fire damages)

11.4 Motion to award Tender – New St. Bernard Community Centre

11.5 Motion to award Tender – New St. Bernard Fire Hall

11.6 Motion to adopt Fire and Emergency Services Provider Registration Policy

11.7 Motion to contribute to la Société Acadienne de Clare`s project “Engageons nos citoyens”

11.8 Motion to approve the 2018 Budget for lifeguard services at Mavillette Beach

11.9 Motion to refinance the balance owing on the Clare Health Centre

11.10 Motion to contribute to “La Fondation des Jeux de l’Acadie”

 

12) In Camera Session

12.1 Order or Nova Scotia - Nominations

 

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



14) Adjournment

1) CALL TO ORDER

 

2) 2.1 APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2.2 CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

 

3) PRESENTATIONS

3.1 Regional Games Organizing Committee – Jeux de l’Acadie

 

4) STAFF REPORTS

4.1 Financial Report – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff

 

5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

5.1 Clare Ground Search and Rescue

 

6) NEW BUSINESS

6.1 Low Income Property Tax Exemption

6.2 Recommendations – Commission on Effective Electoral Representation of Acadians and African Nova Scotians

6.3 Human Resources Policy Manual



7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

 

8) CLOSED SESSION

8.1 Private Sector Roundtable

8.2 Southwest Eco Energy Ltd.

8.3 Order of Nova Scotia nominations

8.4 CAO Evaluation

8.5 Personnel



9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 at 7:00 pm.

 

10) ADJOURNMENT

 

1) CALL TO ORDER

2) 2.1 APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2.2 CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

3) PRESENTATIONS

3.1 Belliveau Cove Development Commission – Christianne Theriault / Gary Theriault

4) STAFF REPORTS

4.1 Clare 250th – Special Project – Tourism Manager, Larry Peach

4.2 Financial Update – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff

5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

5.1 Tender Results – St. Bernard Firehall and Community Centre

5.2 Fire and Emergency Services Provider Registration Policy

6) NEW BUSINESS

6.1 Project Proposal – Société acadienne de Clare

6.2 Lifeguards for Mavillette Beach 2018

6.3 Municipal Finance Corporation – Notice of Balloon Payment

6.4 Property Tax Write-offs (Fire damage)

6.5 Doctor recruitment – Networking Session, Sherbrooke University

6.6 FCM Conference

6.7 Fundraising Campaign – Fondation des Jeux de l’Acadie

 


7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

8) CLOSED SESSION

8.1 Cultural Hub

8.2 Clare Health Centre

8.3 Paving Project – Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

8.4 Order of Canada Nominations

8.5 Cape St. Mary Lighthouse Park

8.6 Volunteer of the Year

9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 at 7:00 pm.

10) ADJOURNMENT

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