Council Meeting Agendas

AGENDA
Municipality of Clare
Council-In-Committee Meeting
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

1) CALL TO ORDER

2) 2.1 APPROVAL OF AGENDA
2.2 CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

3) PRESENTATIONS
3.1 Société Édifice Sainte-Marie de la Pointe – Gerald Comeau

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

5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS
5.1 Funding Request – Electric City/La Nouvelle France Society
5.2 Funding Request – Enhancing the Cultural and Historical Heritage of Acadians in Nova Scotia

6) NEW BUSINESS
6.1 Municipal Landfill – Quarterly Water Testing/Monitoring
6.2 Committee Membership Review
6.3 Tender – Demolition of Buildings and Structures located at 7587 Highway 1, Meteghan

7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

8) CLOSED SESSION
8.1 IT Audit
8.2 Rural Internet
8.3 Doctor Recruitment
8.4 Volunteer Fire Service – Vehicle Assessment

9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 7:00 pm.

10) ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA
Municipality of the District of Clare
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at 7:00 PM

1) Call to Order

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

3) Presentations
3.1 Festival acadien de Clare

4) Adoption of Minutes
4.1 February 20, 2019 – Regular Council Meeting
4.2 March 6, 2019 – Council-in-Committee Meeting

5) Business Arising from Previous Council Meetings
5.1 Human Resources Policy Manual
5.2 Tipping Fees – Rates for 2019 – 2020
5.3 Southwest Eco Energy Ltd.

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

8) Correspondence
8.1 Letter – Karen Mattatall, Mayor, Town of Shelburne
8.2 Letter – Wayne Gaudet, President, Clare Health Centre Foundation
8.3 Letter – Layla Abboud, President, Pleine voile vers un avenir vert

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

10) Committee Reports
10.1 Building Permits Report – February 2019 – Councillor Danny Hill

11) New Business
11.1 Motion to Approve Funding Request – Séniors en sécurité
11.2 Motion to Appoint Community Representative – Western Regional Housing Authority
11.3 Motion to Accept Employee Salary Scale
11.4 Motion to Approve the Terms of Reference – Audit Committee
11.5 Motion to Enact By-law No. 37 – A By-law respecting Subdivisions, Second and Final Reading
11.6 Motion to Adopt the Volunteer Fire Service Vehicle Assessment
11.7 Motion for Letter of Support – Sustainable Oceans Applied Research Ltd. (SOAR)

12) In Camera Session
12.1 Ecoparc
12.2 Rural Internet
12.3 Former Saint-Albert Elementary School
12.4 CAO Evaluation

13) Date and Time of Next Regular Council Meeting: Wednesday, April 17, 2019

14) Adjournment

 AGENDA
Municipality of the District of Clare
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM 

1) Call to Order

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

3) Presentations
3.1 Bilingual Stop Signs – Blake Theriault, Gaétan Deveau, Nicole Thibodeau, Crystal Madden
3.2 Pleines voiles vers un avenir vert – Layla Abboud, President

4) Adoption of Minutes
4.1 January 16, 2019 – Regular Council Meeting
4.2 January 23, 2019 – Special Council Meeting
4.3 February 6, 2019 – Council in Committee Meeting

5) Business Arising from Previous Council Meetings
5.1 Funding Application – Lakeside Cemetery Fund

6) Warden’s Activity Report – Warden Ronnie LeBlanc

7) Official Statements from the Members of Council

8) Correspondence
8.1 Letter – Honourable Derek Mombourquette, Minister, Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines
8.2 Letter – Glenda Doucet-Boudreau, President, Association Madeleine LeBlanc
8.3 Letter – Jack Murphy
8.4 Letter – Honorable Lloyd Hines, Minister, Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
8.5 Letter – Tracey Taweel, Deputy Minister, Nova Scotia Communities, Culture and Heritage
8.6 Letter – Roger MacKay, Mayor, Town of Westville

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

10) Committee Reports
10.1 Building Permits Report – January 2019 – Councillor Danny Hill

11) New Business
11.1 Motion to Enact By-law No. 37 – A By-law respecting Subdivisions, First Reading
11.2 Motion to Write Letter of Support – Upper Clements Park Society
11.3 Motion to Approve Funding Request – École secondaire de Clare
11.4 Motion to Approve Funding Request – Weymouth Amateur Athletic Association
11.5 Motion to Release Funds – Gran Fondo Baie Sainte Marie
11.6 Motion to Approve Sponsorship – 2019 Woodland Conferences
11.7 Motion to Accept Proposal – Environmental Site Assessment – EcoParc

12) In Camera Session
12.1 Acquisition and Sale of Municipal Property – Former Saint-Albert Elementary School

13) Date and Time of Next Regular Council Meeting: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

14) Adjournment

AGENDA
Municipality of Clare
Council-In-Committee Meeting
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.


1) CALL TO ORDER


2) 2.1APPROVAL OF AGENDA
2.2CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION


3) PRESENTATIONS
3.1 Electric City/La Nouvelle France Society – Hal Theriault
3.2 Enhancing the Cultural and Historical Heritage of Acadians in Nova Scotia – Stéphanie St-Pierre


4) STAFF REPORTS
4.1 Financial Update – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff
4.2 Tipping Fees – Rates for 2019 - 2020 – Director of Finance, Ginette Cheff


5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS
5.1 Human Resources Policy Manual
5.2 Community Representative – Western Regional Housing Authority


6) NEW BUSINESS
6.1 Yarmouth Hospital Foundation – Board of Directors
6.2 Terms of Reference – Audit Committee
6.3 Request for Funding – Seniors en sécurité


7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC


8) CLOSED SESSION
8.1 Human Resources – Salary Scale Review

8.2 Southwest Eco Energy Limited
8.3 Volunteer Fire Service – Vehicle Assessment


9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 7:00 pm.


10) ADJOURNMENT

AGENDA
Municipality of Clare
Council-In-Committee Meeting
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 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 Event Overview, Gran Fondo 2018 – Community Development Officer, Réanne Flynn
4.2 Application Review, Recreation Grants - Recreation Manager, Réanne Titus
4.3 Financial Update – CAO, Stéphane Cyr

5) BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS
5.1 Subdivision By-law
5.2 Seniors Housing, Havelock

6) NEW BUSINESS
6.1 Request for Letter of Support – Upper Clements Park Society
6.2 Tax Sale by Tender – Southwest Eco Energy Ltd.
6.3 Meteghan Park – Temporary Closure
6.4 Council Renumeration – Advisory Committee
6.5 Request for Funding – Havelock Community Centre
6.6 Request for Funding – 2019 Woodland Conferences
6.7 FCM – 2019 Annual Conference
6.8 Request for Funding – Weymouth Amateur Athletic Association
6.9 Request for Funding – École secondaire de Clare

7) QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

8) CLOSED SESSION
8.1 Acquisition and Sale of Municipal Property – Ecoparc
8.2 Lease of Municipal Property – Clare Health Centre

9) DATE OF NEXT COUNCIL-IN-COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 7:00 pm.

10) ADJOURNMENT

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