Council Minutes – Tuesday, April 13, 2021                            Page 5 of 5

Minutes of a Meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo held via electronic communications, a combination of video conference and teleconference, in the Council Chamber at the Syncrude Athletic Park Clubhouse in Fort McMurray, Alberta, on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, commencing at 4:00 PM.

Present:

Don Scott, Mayor

Mike Allen, Councillor

Krista Balsom, Councillor

Sheila Lalonde, Councillor

Keith McGrath, Councillor

Verna Murphy, Councillor

Jeff Peddle, Councillor

Jane Stroud, Councillor

Claris Voyageur, Councillor

 

Absent:

Bruce Inglis, Councillor

Phil Meagher, Councillor

 

Administration:

Jamie Doyle, Chief Administrative Officer

Matthew Hough, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer

Jade Brown, Chief Legislative Officer

Deanne Bergey, Director, Community and Protective Services

Scott Davis, Director, Emergency Management

Kari Donnelly-Westhaver, Director, Human Resources

Dennis Fraser, Director, Indigenous and Rural Relations

Kelly Hansen, Director, Strategic Planning andBusiness Initiatives

Matthew Harrison, Director, Communications and Engagement

Brad McMurdo, Director, Planning and Development

Antoine Rempp, Director, Environmental Services

Linda Ollivier, Director, Financial Services

Rachel Orser, Director, Supply Chain Management

Keith Smith, Director, Public Works

Susan Trylinski, Director, Legal Services

Dennis Warr, Director, Engineering

Anita Hawkins, Legislative Officer

 

1.              Call to Order

Mayor D. Scott called the meeting to order at 2:31 p.m.

2.              In-Camera Session (commencing at 2:30 p.m.)

MOTION:

THAT Council close agenda items 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 to the public pursuant to sections 21(1), 24(1) and 27(1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Mike Allen, Councillor

SECONDER:              Krista Balsom, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

2.1               Advice from Officials/Privileged Information

(in camera pursuant to section 24(1) and 27(1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act)

Name

Reason for Attending

Jamie Doyle

Chief Administrative Officer

Matthew Hough

Deputy Chief Administrative Officer

Jade Brown

Legislative Advice/Clerk

Linda Ollivier

Chief Financial Officer

Andrew Geary

Deloitte LLP

Sanjeev Rajani

Deloitte LLP

2.2               Disclosure Harmful to Intergovernmental Relations, Advice from Officials and Privileged Information - Legal Matter -

(in camera pursuant to sections 21(1), 24(1) and 27(1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act)

Name

Reason for Attending

Jamie Doyle

Chief Administrative Officer

Matthew Hough

Deputy Chief Administrative Officer

Jade Brown

Legislative Advice/Clerk

Jody Butz

Regional Fire Chief

Susan Trylinski

Director, Legal Services

Chris Davis

Senior Manager, Legal Services

Megan Langpap

Manager, Strategic Communications

James Yardley

External Legal Counsel, Lidstone & Company

Marisa Cruickshank

External Legal Counsel, Lidstone & Company

2.3               Advice from Officials - CAO Operational Briefing

(in camera pursuant to section 24(1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act)

Name

Reason for Attending

Jamie Doyle

Chief Administrative Officer

Matthew Hough

Deputy Chief Administrative Officer

Jade Brown

Legislative Advice/Clerk

Recess

A recess occurred between 3:39 p.m. and 4:08 p.m., at which time the meeting was reconvened in public in the Council Chamber.

MOTION:

THAT the meeting reconvene in public.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Krista Balsom, Councillor

SECONDER:              Jane Stroud, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud,

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher, Voyageur

3.              Adoption of Agenda

Mayor D. Scott served notice of his intent to bring forward the following motion for Council’s consideration at the April 27, 2021 Council Meeting:

 

“THAT Administration bring forward for Council’s consideration a series of actionable measures that will offer economic relief and jumpstart the recovery of the local economy including but not limited to consideration of a municipal property tax freeze for residents and businesses and such other economic relief or stimulus measures designed to benefits the residents and businesses of our Region.”

 

Reconnect

Councillor C. Voyageur reconnected to the meeting at 4:12 p.m.

MOTION:

THAT the Agenda be adopted as presented.

 

 

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

SECONDER:              Sheila Lalonde, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

4.              Consent Agenda

MOTION:

THAT the recommendations contained in items 4.1 and 4.2 be approved.

4.1.              Minutes of Council Meeting – March 23, 2021

That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on March 23, 2021 be approved as presented.

4.2.              Council Appointed Advisory Board/Committee Meeting Minutes

THAT the Minutes from Council Appointed Advisory Board/Committee meetings, as outlined in Attachments 1-13, be accepted as information.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Sheila Lalonde, Councillor

SECONDER:              Keith McGrath, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

5.              Recognition

5.1.              Proclamations

Mayor D. Scott proclaimed April 14 as the Beginning of Ramadan 2021.

 

Mayor D. Scott proclaimed April 25 as Animal Abuse Prevention Day.

6.              Presentations

6.1.              Jamie Doyle, Chief Administrative Officer, re: COVID-19 Public Briefing (Verbal)

Jamie Doyle, Chief Administrative Officer, provided an update on COVID-19, noting that infection rates within the Municipality continue to increase as well as the number of hospitalization cases within the Province and that the rapid flow vaccination clinic is now open by appointment only.

6.2.              Matthew Hough, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, re: Flood Preparedness Briefing (Verbal)

Matthew Hough, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, spoke to the ongoing river breakup flood preparedness, noting that the main focus of these measures is the protection of life and property. 

Pecuniary Interest

Councillor M. Allen declared pecuniary interest in the next item and disconnected from the meeting at 4:47 p.m.

7.              Unfinished Business

7.1.              Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program (2021) - Phase 2

Amanda Haitas, Senior Manager, Planning and Development, presented an update on Phase 1 of the Downtown Revitalization Improvement Program and an overview of the proposed Phase 2 of the program.

The following written submissions all, in support of the program, were acknowledged for the record:

·         Dammy Adebayo,

·         Kevin Weidlich, President and Chief Financial Officer, Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo Economic Development and Tourism

·         LIAM, Local Business

·         Olive Wooden, Executive Director, Fort McMurray Realtors

·         Roy Williams, Chair, Wood Buffalo Downtown Revitalization Advisory Committee

·         Robert Vargo, Owner, Vargo Investments Ltd.

·         Bryce Kumka, Chair, Wood Buffalo Development Advisory Committee

The following written submissions, all in support of the program, were read into the record:

·         Keith Plowman, President, Fort McMurray Construction Association,

·         The Directors, BILD Wood Buffalo,

·         Stu Wigle, Earls Restaurant.

Councillor K. Balsom put forward the following motion for consideration:

“THAT the amended Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program Policy – FIN 320 be approved”.

Councillor K. Balsom put forward the following amendment:

“THAT the Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program Policy - FIN 320 be amended by:

·         striking 6.1.1. and replacing it with the following:

“6.1.1. The Municipality will provide a 75% Grant, to a maximum of $15,000 per building, for a new Patio or improvements to an existing Patio.”

·         adding the following as new section 3.2.2. and renumbering the current section 3.2.2. as 3.2.3:

“3.2.2.The Municipality will accept complete applications for Patio Grants from March 1, 2021 until March 31, 2022.

Councillor S. Lalonde requested that the recommendations be severed and voted on separately.

Recess

A recess occurred from 5:41 p.m. to 6:03 p.m.

Councillor J. Stroud proposed a friendly amendment to add “6.2.2. Despite sections 3.5.1. and 3.5.2., an Applicant who applied for and may have been approved under Phase 1 for a Patio Grant, upon request will have their approved Grant adjusted in accordance with the criteria in section 6.1.1.”  Councillor K. Balsom accepted the friendly amendment.

Voting then occurred on the amendment.

MOTION:

THAT the Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program Policy - FIN 320 be amended by:

·         striking 6.1.1. and replacing it with the following:

6.1.1.The Municipality will provide a 75% Grant, to a maximum of $15,000 per building, for a new Patio or improvements to an existing Patio.”; and

·         Adding the following as new section 6.2.2.:

6.2.2. Despite sections 3.5.1. and 3.5.2., an Applicant who applied for and may have been approved under Phase 1 for a Patio Grant, upon request will have their approved Grant adjusted in accordance with the criteria in section 6.1.1.

RESULT:              CARRIED [7 TO 1]

MOVER:              Krista Balsom, Councillor

SECONDER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Balsom, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

AGAINST:              Lalonde

PECUNIARY

INTEREST:              Allen

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

Councillor K. Balsom withdrew the second recommendation in her amendment, with consent of Council.

Councillor K. Balsom put forward the following motion for consideration:

“THAT the Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program Policy - FIN 320 be amended by striking 7.1.2. and replacing it with the following:

“7.1.2. The Municipality will provide a 75% Grant, to a maximum of:

7.1.2.1. $30,000 per building for Murals completed by a Professional Artist.”

Councillor V. Murphy proposed a friendly amendment to delete the word “Professional” which was accepted by Councillor K. Balsom.

Mayor D. Scott proposed a further friendly amendment to add the word “local” before the word “Artist”, which was accepted by Councillor K. Balsom.

MOTION:

THAT the Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program Policy - FIN 320 be amended by striking 7.1.2. and replacing it with the following:

“7.1.2. The Municipality will provide a 75% Grant, to a maximum of:

7.1.2.1. $30,000 per building for Murals completed by a local artist.

RESULT:              CARRIED [6 TO 2]

MOVER:              Krista Balsom, Councillor

SECONDER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Balsom, McGrath, Murphy, Stroud, Voyageur

AGAINST:              Lalonde, Peddle

PECUNIARY

INTEREST:              Allen

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

MOTION:

THAT the amended Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program Policy - FIN 320, be approved, as amended.

RESULT:              CARRIED [8 TO 0]

MOVER:              Krista Balsom, Councillor

SECONDER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

PECUNIARY

INTEREST:              Allen

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

Councillor J. Peddle put forward the following recommendation for consideration:

“THAT Administration be directed to bring forward a policy or policy amendments to include grant funding similar to FIN-320 that encompasses businesses within the entire Municipality, specific to Patio Grants.”

Councillor S. Lalonde suggested a friendly amendment to add “by May 11, 2021” after the word “forward”, which was accepted by Councillor J. Peddle.

SUPPLEMENTAL MOTION:

THAT Administration be directed to bring forward by May 11, 2021, a policy or policy amendments, similar to FIN-320, that encompasses businesses within the entire Municipality specific to Patio Grants.

RESULT:              CARRIED [6 TO 2]

MOVER:              Jeff Peddle, Councillor

SECONDER:              Claris Voyageur, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Lalonde, McGrath, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

AGAINST:              Balsom, Murphy

PECUNIARY

INTEREST:              Allen

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

Reconnect

Councillor M. Allen reconnected to the meeting at 6:58 p.m.

 

Pecuniary Interest

Councillor K. Balsom declared pecuniary interest in the following item and disconnected from the meeting at 6:59 p.m.

8.              New Business

8.1.              2020 Audited Consolidated Financial Statement

Linda Ollivier, Chief Financial Officer, introduced the Municipalitys subsidiary corporations who presented their individual 2020 consolidated financial statements.  

Greg Saretsky, Board Chair, Kevin Weidlich, Chief Executive Officer and Jon Close, Board Director, presented the 2020 Financial Statement for the Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo Economic Development and Tourism.

Janna Folsom, Director of Finance, and Roy Amalu, Board Treasurer, presented the 2020 Financial Statement for Wood Buffalo Housing.

Amanda McPherson, Board Chair and Melissa Flett, Director, presented the 2020 Financial Statement for the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo Regional Library.

Graig Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, and Sudip Roy, Director of Financial Corporate Services presented the 2020 Financial Statement for the Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo.

Linda Ollivier, Chief Financial Officer and Ray Cayen, Manager, Financial Planning, presented the 2020 Non-Consolidated Financial Statement for the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.

Andrew Geary and Sanjeev, Rajani, Deloitte, LLP, presented the overall results of the audit report and responded to questions of Council.

MOTION:

THAT the 2020 Audited Consolidated Financial Statements for the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo for the year ending December 31, 2020, be accepted as information.

RESULT:              CARRIED [8 TO 0]

MOVER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

SECONDER:              Jeff Peddle, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

PECUNIARY

INTEREST:              Balsom

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

Recess and Reconnect

A recess occurred from 8:45 p.m. to 9:10 p.m., at which time Councillor K. Balsom reconnected to the meeting.

8.2.              2021 Community Impact Grant Allocations - Fort McMurray Golf Club

Due to technical difficulties, a recess occurred from 9:12 p.m. to 9:19 p.m.

Deanne Bergey, Director, Community and Protective Services, presented an overview of the funding request from the Fort McMurray Golf Club.

Due to technical difficulties, a recess occurred from 9:26 p.m. to 9:36 p.m.

Dave Callum, General Manager, Fort McMurray Golf Club, requested that Council allocate the full amount of $301,150 for non-DRP funded flood repairs rather that the 50% recommended by Administration.

Councillor K. McGrath put forward the following motion for consideration:

“THAT $176,975 be allocated to the Fort McMurray Golf Club as outlined below:

·         2021 Community Capital Grant – Flood Repairs (non-DRP funded), $150,575 from the Emerging Issues Reserve; and

·         2021 Community Impact Grant (New Events) - Golf Canada Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship, $26,400 from the Community Initiatives Reserve.”

Councillor K. McGrath put forward the following amendment:

THAT $327,550 be allocated to the Fort McMurray Golf Club as outlined below:

·         2021 Community Capital Grant - Flood Repairs (non-DRP funded), $301,150 from the Emerging Issues Reserve; and

·        2021 Community Impact Grant (New Events) - Golf Canada Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship, $26,400 from the Community Initiatives Reserve.

Councillor S. Lalonde requested that the recommendations be severed.

MOTION:

 

THAT $301,150 be allocated to the Fort McMurray Golf Club as outlined below:

·         2021 Community Capital Grant - Flood Repairs (non-DRP funded), $301,150 from the Emerging Issues Reserve.

RESULT:              CARRIED [6 TO 3]

MOVER:              Keith McGrath, Councillor

SECONDER:              Jane Stroud, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, McGrath, Peddle, Stroud

AGAINST:              Lalonde, Murphy, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

MOTION:

THAT $26,400 be allocated to the Fort McMurray Golf Club as outlined below:

·         2021 Community Impact Grant (New Events) - Golf Canada Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship, $26,400 from the Community Initiatives Reserve.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Keith McGrath, Councillor

SECONDER:              Jane Stroud, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

8.3.              The McMurray Métis Cultural Centre Development Permit

Brad McMurdo, Director, Planning and Development, provided an overview of the request for approval of Development Permit 2020-DP-00522, an application for the McMurray Métis Cultural Centre at Mac Donald Island.

 

Bill Loutitt, Chief Executive Officer, McMurray Métis, spoke in support of the recommendation.

MOTION:

THAT Development Permit 2020-DP-00522, being the McMurray Métis Cultural Centre, located at Lot 9, Block 1, Plan 212 0848, be approved with conditions and advisory notes as outlined on Attachment 1.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Jane Stroud, Councillor

SECONDER:              Claris Voyageur, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

8.4.              Moccasin Flats Memorial

Dennis Fraser, Director, Indigenous and Rural Relations, and Janine Kruse, Manager, Indigenous and Rural Relations, presented the report regarding the Moccasin Flats Memorial initiative.

Bill Loutitt, Chief Executive Officer, McMurray Métis, and Janais Turuk, Consultant, spoke in support of the recommendation.

Chief Ronald Kreutzer, Fort McMurray 468 First Nation, raised concerns regarding the lack of engagement with all Métis and First Nations Chiefs within the Region.

Robert Cree, Fort McMurray 468 First Nation, expressed concern with respect to the lack of engagement with First Nations.

MOTION:

THAT the update to Council on the Moccasin Flats Memorial initiative be accepted as information, and

THAT Administration finalize Indigenous community engagement and validate feedback to further refine Memorial design concepts.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Claris Voyageur, Councillor

SECONDER:              Mike Allen, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, McGrath, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, Meagher

8.5.              Impact of Disaster Recovery Program Policy Changes on Flood Recovery and Resilience

Matthew Hough, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, and Linda Ollivier, Chief Financial Officer, presented the Impact of Disaster Recovery Program Policy Changes on Flood Recovery and Resilience report.

 

Disconnect

Councillor K. McGrath disconnected and left the meeting at 11:21 p.m.

MOTION:

THAT the Impact of Disaster Recovery Program Policy Changes on Flood Recovery and Resilience Report be accepted as information.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Mike Allen, Councillor

SECONDER:              Krista Balsom, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, McGrath, Meagher

9.              Councillors' Motions

9.1.              Land Disposition (Councillor J. Peddle)

Councillor J. Peddle spoke to his motion to develop a land disposition policy for the Municipality.

MOTION:

THAT Administration develop a Land Disposition Policy (and accompanying Administrative Procedure) to clarify and provide a framework for the management of disposing of land by the Municipality. This policy is to be returned to Council for consideration with an accompanying report on or before the Council meeting of Tuesday, May 11, 2021.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Jeff Peddle, Councillor

SECONDER:              Bruce Inglis, Jane Stroud

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, McGrath, Meagher

9.2.              For-Profit Leasing (Councillor J. Peddle)

Councillor J. Peddle spoke to his motion to review current municipal leasing practices.

MOTION:

THAT Administration review and bring forward a report on May 11, 2021 that addresses the current Municipal for-profit leases and for-profit leasing procedures with a recommendation or options that can be considered by Council. Such report to consider the option of selling facilities to remove the Municipality from landlord - lessee relationships.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Don Scott, Mayor

SECONDER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, McGrath, Meagher

Vacating and Assuming of Chair

Mayor D. Scott vacated the Chair at 11:42 p.m., at which time Deputy Mayor K. Balsom assumed the Chair.

9.3.              Red Tape Reduction Plan (Mayor D. Scott)

Mayor D. Scott put forward the following for consideration:

“THAT Administration work with the Wood Buffalo Development Advisory Committee, and organizations including the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce, to bring forward to Council within 30 days a presentation on a Red Tape Reduction Plan, including but not limited to, updates to the Planning and Development Department's permit application process; and

THAT Administration bring forward to Council, within 30 days, steps that can be implemented from the Red Tape Reduction Plan, with an accelerated implementation period, to improve the permit application processes and response times with the Planning and Development Department.”

Bryce Kumka, Chair, Wood Buffalo Development Advisory Committee, spoke in support of the recommendation but raised concern with respect to the 30-day deadline.

Dianna de Sousa, Executive Director, Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce, spoke in support of the recommendation, but raised concern with respect to the 30-day timeframe.

Robert Picard, resident, spoke in support of the recommendation.

A written submission received from the Fort McMurray Construction Association, in support of this initiative, was read into the record.

Councillor J. Stroud proposed a friendly amendment to change 30 days to 60 days in both instance within the recommendation.  Mayor D. Scott accepted the friendly amendment.

MOTION:

THAT Administration work with the Wood Buffalo Development Advisory Committee, and organizations including the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce, to bring forward to Council within 60 days a presentation on a Red Tape Reduction Plan, including but not limited to, updates to the Planning and Development Department's permit application process; and

 

THAT Administration bring forward to Council, within 60 days, steps that can be implemented from the Red Tape Reduction Plan, with an accelerated implementation period, to improve the permit application processes and response times with the Planning and Development department.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Don Scott, Mayor

SECONDER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, McGrath, Meagher

9.4.              Social Procurement and Supply Chain Management (Mayor D. Scott)

Mayor D. Scott put forward the following recommendation for consideration: 

“THAT Administration brings forward within 30 days, a report and an action plan that can be implemented on an urgent basis to Council regarding social procurement within the Municipality and any updates to the Municipality’s Supply Chain Management processes.”

Dianna de Sousa, Executive Director, Chamber of Commerce spoke in support of the recommendation.

Bryce Kumka, Chair, Wood Buffalo Development Advisory Committee, questioned what is defined as social procurement.

A written submission received from the Fort McMurray Construction Association, in support of this initiative, was read into the record.

Councillor M. Allen proposed a friendly amendment to change “30 days” to “60 days” and to replace the words "a report and an action plan that can be implemented on an urgent basis to Council" with "an update and a further action plan for implementation”, which was accepted by Mayor D. Scott.

MOTION:

THAT Administration bring forward within 60 days, an update and a further action plan for implementation regarding social procurement within the Municipality and the Municipality’s Supply Chain Management processes.

RESULT:              CARRIED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Don Scott, Mayor

SECONDER:              Verna Murphy, Councillor

FOR:              Scott, Allen, Balsom, Lalonde, Murphy, Peddle, Stroud, Voyageur

ABSENT:              Inglis, McGrath, Meagher

Resuming of Chair

Mayor D. Scott resumed the Chair at 12:34 a.m.

10.              Councillor Reporting/Information Updates

This item was deferred to the next Council meeting.

              Adjournment

The meeting adjourned at 12:34 am

 

                                                                                   

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