Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula Council Meeting Minutes March 11, 2019

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MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Milt McIver, Deputy Mayor Debbie Myles, Councillor Laurie (Smokey) Golden, Councillor James Mielhausen, Councillor Megan Myles
STAFF PRESENT: Mary Lynn Standen, Clerk, Tessa Townson, Administrative Assistant, Cathy Addison, Deputy Clerk, Bill Jones, Chief Administrative Officer, Carol Hopkins, By-law Enforcement Officer, Teresa Shearer, Treasurer, Wilf Barnes, Fire Chief, Marshall Tigert, Facilities Supervisor, Wendy Elliott, Chief Building Official
OTHERS PRESENT: Tara Harpur and Ashley Salen, Tobermory Trail Race Weekend, Jack Van Dorp, Senior Planner, Bruce County, Vicki Ly, Economic Development Officer, Bruce County, Stellina Williams, Bruce Power/Bruce County
DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
Mayor McIver called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m. and Council members were reminded to disclose any pecuniary interest that may arise during the course of the meeting.
Councillor Mielhausen declared a conflict of interest in respect to By-law No. 2019-18, “Being a By-law to authorize the appointment of municipal investigators for the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula”.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #07-01-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT the content of the agenda be approved, as presented.
Carried
ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES
RE: Special Council Meeting No. 19-04, February 19, 2019 and Council Meeting No. 19-05, February 19, 2019
Councillor Golden requested that on page 5, paragraph 15, of Special Council Minutes No. 19-04, February 19, 2019 it be changed from “Councillor Myles congratulated…” to “Councillor Golden congratulated…”.
Councillor Myles requested the following changes be made:
Regular Council Minutes No. 19-05. February 11, 2019:
On page 2, paragraph 11, “managing parks” be changed to “managing visitors”
Special Council Minutes No. 19-04, February 11, 2019:
“There was a break in the Special Council Meeting at 12:01 p.m. The Special Council Meeting reconvened at 3:15 p.m.” was written twice in the minutes, the phrase on page 7 is to be deleted.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #07-02-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT the minutes of Special Council Meeting No. 19-04, February 19, 2019 and Council Meeting No. 19-05, February 19, 2019 be approved, as amended.
Carried
PUBLIC MEETING
There is no Public Meeting for Council Meeting No. 19-07, March 11, 2019.
DELEGATION
Delegation #1- Tobermory Trail Race Weekend
RE: Request for road closure, exemption from noise by-law and use of barricades and pilons
Mrs. Ashley Salen summarized the Tobermory Trail Race Weekend and advised Council that 2019 will host the fourth annual event on the weekend of September 20-22, 2019. She said that registration will be moved to the Parks Canada Visitors Centre. The races include a marathon, a half marathon, a marathon relay and a 5-kilometre race on the Sunday of the weekend.
Ms. Tara Harpur stated that the event usually runs between 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the Saturday. Ms. Harpur outlined the following requests:
Closure of Bay Street from the Cenotaph to the Liquor Store on the Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with the use of pylons and barricades
Closure of Brock Street and Head Street for approximately ten minutes on the Saturday at 7:00 a.m.
Closure of Bay Street boardwalk to other pedestrian traffic on the Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Loan of pylons and barricades
Use of Bay Street walkway between boardwalk and Liquor Store
Flexibility on Noise By-law
Support from the NBP Fire Department (usually two volunteers)
Use of picnic tables or benches to be moved by Tobermory Trail Race Committee
Mayor McIver thanked the delegation for the presentation.
Delegation #2- Bruce County
RE: Update on Bruce County’s planning and developments annual Report
Mr. Jack Van Dorp, Senior Planner, commenced the presentation and stated that the Bruce County Planning and Development Annual Update acknowledges a macro approach that supports collaboration between the County, municipalities and local leaders.
Mr. Van Dorp then explained the land use planning transformation including strategies and tactics. He noted the Bruce GPS project leads into the Bruce County Official Plan review beginning in 2019. On the tactical side, he informed Council that the County is are working on improving engagement through the planning process and will be implementing new software in the future. Mr. Van Dorp mentioned that Bruce County really focuses on creating success stories throughout the County.
Vicki Ly, Economic Development Officer, described planning and development in Bruce County, such as building vibrant and healthy communities and marketing Bruce County as a region to visit, live and grow a business. She then listed the three economic development programs offered by Bruce County: Spruce the Bruce, Business to Bruce and Explore the Bruce. In terms of measuring success, Ms. Ly described the three-prong approach of outputs, value/benefits and outcomes.
Ms. Ly proceeded to speak of the Business to Bruce initiative. The initiative consisted of 18 consultations and 1 new business start-up. Ms. Ly then discussed Spruce the Bruce. She said that the purpose of the program is to increase visitation, length of stay and visitors traveling to the area during the shoulder seasons. She presented statistics and advised that 41 grants were given away this past year to new businesses, 3 of which were in the Northern Bruce Peninsula (NBP). Ms. Ly touched on the social media pages that are operated, the various print materials and the brochure swap that takes place for businesses in Bruce County.
Ms. Ly then stated the two areas of focus for Lion’s Head for 2019 is “marketing and promotion” and “organization and community development” for Tobermory.
The economic impact of tourism was presented and included 2.5 million visitors with an economic impact of $299.1 million and over 90% of tourist expected to return again in 2019.
Mayor McIver requested that Ms. Ly elaborate further on the areas of focus for 2019. Ms. Ly explained that the areas of focus were derived from the annual report card for Lion’s Head and Tobermory after a meeting with Municipal staff, County staff and the community champion for the area. She said that there is the opportunity to focus on a marketing plan for Lion’s Head and apply through Spruce the Bruce.
Mr. Van Dorp continued the presentation on the topic of plans for land use planning in 2019. He said that templates will be refreshed, including that for the most popular application, the consent approval process (creating a lot).
Councillor Golden questioned the way in which NBP will be involved in the County Official Plan review process. Mr. Van Dorp stated that the engagement strategy will address involvement from the Municipality and County Council will decide the form of involvement for municipalities in the process. The engagement plan is expected to be completed mid-year of 2019.
Ms. Ly noted that the County will be launching the Tourism Innovation Lab in NBP wherein $3,000.00 in funding for entrepreneurs with a viable business idea will be distributed. She mentioned that mentors are given to the successful applicants. Ms. Ly advised that NBP does not currently have a business recruitment strategy as NBP chose not to participate a few years ago.
Mayor McIver addressed a Business Retention and Expansion (BR & E) program. Ms. Ly indicated that the County will match what the Municipality contributes and that money is used to apply for a Rural Economic Development (RED) grant from the Province. She confirmed that the County still uses a consultant as this provides unique positioning.
Mayor McIver thanked Mr. Van Dorp and Ms. Ly for their presentation on behalf of Bruce County.
Delegation #3- Bruce County
RE: Nuclear Economic Development Update and Innovation, Initiative Update and 2019 Outlook
Ms. Stellina Williams began her presentation as the representative of a partnership between Bruce Power and Bruce County in regards to Nuclear Economic Development and Innovation Initiatives for 2019. Ms. Williams informed that the initiative launched in 2016, a Nuclear Industry Regional Advisory Committee was formed and the Nuclear Industry Investment Strategy was developed. Ms. Williams listed the goals and described next steps. In regards to the regional supply chain network, Ms. Williams mentioned providing ongoing support to suppliers for integration into communities. She stated that there are 50 nuclear supply chain companies located in 9 communities across Bruce, Grey and Huron companies, a drastic increase from 2016.
Ms. Williams also touched on regional training, employment and community investment readiness.
Councillor Myles asked Ms. Williams if she had any information regarding the geographic scope. Ms. Williams said that there are about 20 Bruce Power employees living in NBP and if the Municipality is aware of any suppliers in the area, she would appreciate that information.
Council requested that Ms. Williams and her team provide an assessment of the Municipality’s website and is to contact the CAO.
CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA ITEMS
Public Works Department Report No. PW 19-05
RE: Waste Management Program Update
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #07-03-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council receives Public Works Department Report PW 19-05 as information as it relates to a Waste Management Program update;
AND THAT Council authorizes Staff to negotiate with Waste Management of Canada Corporation for a two year extension of its Curbside Waste and Recycling Collection and Waste and Recycling Containers Contracts.
Deferred
Public Works Department Report No. PW 19-06
RE: Waste Disposal Sites’ Hours of Operation
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #07-04-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council receives Public Works Department Report PW 19-06 as it relates to the Municipality’s Waste Disposal Sites’ Hours of Operation;
AND THAT Council adopts the revised Waste Disposal Sites’ Hours of Operation, in accordance with Option One, commencing May 1, 2019.
Deferred
Public Works Department Report No. PW 19-07
RE: 2018 Lion’s Head Drinking Water System and Tobermory Primary Place Day Care Centre Drinking Water System Annual Reports
Mr. Cameron is to confirm with Council if the lead issue with the sink at the Tobermory Primary Place has been addressed.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #07-05-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council receives Public Works Department Report PW 19-07 as information as it relates to the 2018 Lion’s Head Drinking Water System and Tobermory Primary Place Day Care Centre Drinking Water System Annual Reports;
AND THAT Council directs Staff to place a notice in the Municipal Ad in the Bruce Peninsula Press indicating that the Annual Reports are available for viewing at the Municipal Office.
Carried
Fire Department Report No. FC 19-04
RE: Draft By-law to Regulate the Setting of Open-Air Fires
Mr. Barnes, Fire Chief, provided an overview of the future online free fire permit process. He also advised that a permit is not required for campfires.
Councillor Myles questioned some wording in the draft by-law, to which Fire Chief Barnes replied that the document was vetted and approved by the Municipal Solicitor.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-06-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council receives the Fire Chief’s Report FC 19-04, as it relates to By-law No. 2019-17 being a By-law to Regulate the Setting of Open-Air Fires within the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula; and
THAT Council, pending discussions and comments from today’s review, recommends that By-law No. 2019-17, as presented, be passed at the April 8, 2019 Council meeting.
Carried
Municipal Law Enforcement Officer Report No. MLEO 19-04
RE: A By-law to Regulate and Control the Movement and Time of Movement of Off Road Vehicles [also known as A.T.V (s)] on any Highways or Road Allowance’s under the Control of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula
Councillor Golden indicated that she would bring up the topic of ATV restrictions on Highway 6 at the upcoming National Parks Advisory Committee meeting on March 22, 2019, but would like some prior discussion of Council’s position on the issue.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #07-07-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council receives and supports MLEO 19-04 Report as it relates to By-law No. 2019-28, being a By-law to Regulate and Control the Movement and Time of Movement of Off Road Vehicles [also known as A.T.V (s)] on any Highways or Road Allowances under the Control of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula.
THAT Council will give consideration to passage of By-law No. 2019-28 at its regular Council meeting on March 25, 2019.
Carried
Building Department Report No. 19-03
RE: February 2019 Building Report
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-08-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council receives Chief Building Official Report No. BD 19-03, relating to the February 2019 Building Report, as information.
Carried
Treasury Department Report No. TR 19-07
RE: 2018 Investment Report
Mrs. Shearer, Treasurer, stated that the Municipality does have an investment policy statement and investments can only occur if they are low risk.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #07-09-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council receives Treasurer’s Report TR19-07 as information regarding Municipal investments in 2018.
Carried
Treasury Department Report No. TR 19-08
RE: 2018 Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland
Mrs. Shearer stated that she would provide Council with a list outlining how said funds may be spent.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-10-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council receives Treasurer’s Report TR19-08 as information regarding the 2018 Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland; and
THAT Council approves the 2018 Statement of Cash- in-Lieu of Parkland as presented.
Carried
Clerks Department Report No. C 19-17
RE: Multi-Municipal Wind Turbine Action Group (MMWTAG)
Citizen Representative Appointment, 2018-2022
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-11-2019 Seconded M. Myles
THAT Council hereby appoints Mrs. Linda Weatherhead as the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula’s Citizen Representative on the Multi-Municipal Wind Turbine Action Group (MMWTAG) for the term of the current Council;
AND THAT the MMWTAG is advised accordingly of Mrs. Weatherhead’s formal appointment by resolution.
Carried
Clerks Department Report No. C 19-18
RE: Appointment of Fence Viewers
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #07-12-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council endorses the enactment of By-law No. 2019-24, being a by-law to authorize the appointment of fence viewers for the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula at today’s meeting.
Carried
Clerks Department Report No. C 19-20
RE: Request to Purchase Municipally-owned Property and deem as surplus
Part Lot 33, Concession 2, Part 2, Reference Plan 3R-3407
(St. Edmunds) – (Cameron Lake Road)
PIN 33108-0122 (LT)
Mr. Jones informed Council that a new agreement needs to be executed; however, that the reference plan does suffice.
Deputy Mayor Myles and Councillor Myles requested that, in the future, all referenced documents, be included as attachments with staff reports.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-13-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council received Clerk Reports C 18-37 and C 18-52 dated June 25, 2018 and November 26, 2018, respectively, relating to a request from Barry and Alice Hatt to purchase Municipally-owned lands legally described as Part Lot 33, Concession 2, Part 2, Reference Plan 3R-3407, (St. Edmunds), Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula – PIN 33108-0122 (LT);
AND THAT, for Council’s consideration, the Clerk Reports outlined certain registration, drainage and title issues associated with the land;
AND THAT Council, based on further advice now received from the Municipal Solicitor, deems it desirable and appropriate to deem the aforementioned lands as surplus to its needs on an “as is” basis;
AND THAT Council requires that the purchaser also enter into an Easement Agreement, if applicable, with the Municipality, which Agreement is to be registered on title;
AND THAT Council acknowledges that the preparation and registration costs associated with the Easement Agreement will be incurred by the Municipality;
AND THAT Council instructs the Clerk to proceed accordingly pursuant to the provisions of By-law No. 2016-05, being a by-law to establish a policy governing the sale and disposition of land for the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula.
Carried
Clerks Department Report No. C 19-21
RE: Niagara Escarpment Commission Request for Comments
NEC File No. B/R/2018-2019/9222
Owner: Joanne Lamport
Part Lot 11, Concession 8, EBR, (Lindsay)
Unnumbered Cape Chin Road South
Assessment Roll No. 660-3-08403
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #07-14-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council directs staff to submit to the Niagara Escarpment Commission, the Municipality’s position of no objection the Development Permit application submitted by the owner, Joanne Lamport, for property known as Part Lot 11, Concession 8, EBR, (Lindsay), and situated locally on Cape Chin Road South, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, who is seeking approval to construct a 1.5 storey, 1,272 square foot dwelling having a maximum height of 25 feet with an attached 290 square foot deck, a 1 storey, 602 square foot accessory building (detached garage) having a maximum height of 12 feet and a 1 storey, 150 square foot accessory building (storage shed) having a maximum height of 12 feet, install a private sewage disposal system and improve the existing driveway of the 9.4 acre existing lot.
Carried
Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 19-04
RE: Bruce County Museum Expansion Funding Request
Councillor Myles inquired how this funding request is to be evaluated. Mayor McIver explained that a $11 million expansion to the museum is proposed, NBP currently pays 14% to Bruce County amounting to approximately 1.7 million dollars. He stated that the stats are low for NBP at museum. Discussion ensued regarding NBP’s archival storage at the museum. The Mayor advised Council that the museum expansion project has not been approved by the County.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #07-15-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council declines funding request regarding the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre proposed expansion.
Carried
Chief Administrative Officer Report No. C 19-06
RE: Blue Heron Tours- Airport Lease
Discussion ensued regarding specific aspects of the Blue Heron Tour’s request for an airport lease agreement and the following resolution was then presented:
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #07-16-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council supports a two (2) year lease to Blue Heron Tours (BHT) for the use of office space within the Tobermory Airport for the operation of a helicopter charter/sight seeing operation;
AND THAT Council supports the following terms to form part of the two (2) year Lease Agreement:
1) annual lease fee to be set at Six Thousand, Five Hundred ($6,500.00) Dollars;
2) BHT’s office hours and flight operations to conclude at 6:00 p.m.;
3) no sunset sight seeing tours are permitted;
4) non-sight seeing charters are permitted to depart prior to 8:00 a.m.
Carried
Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 19-05
RE: Cabot Head Lighthouse Transportation Proposal
Councillor Myles stated that, prior to the negotiation of a new sub-lease, perhaps an RFP should be offered addressing maintenance, land use and transportation.
Mr. Jones advised that he intends on holding a Special Council Meeting at the Cabot Head Lighthouse in the spring.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #07-17-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council decides to not award the proposal submitted to provide transportation services to the Cabot Head Lighthouse due to the ongoing site closure for remediation purposes and uncertainty surrounding a firm reopening date.
Carried
Accounts Payable Voucher
RE: February 2019
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-18-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council receives approved Accounts Payable Voucher, February 2019, in the amount of $571,810.11.
Carried
OTHER BUSINESS
Councillor Golden inquired on the status of the environmental assessment on Brock Street. Mr. Jones advised that a presentation will come to Council within the next month or so.
Councillor Golden requested the outcome of her request for an update on Shirley Johnstone’s consent application. Mr. Van Dorp is to be directed by staff to provide Council with a complete chronology of the file at an upcoming Council meeting.
Councillor Golden brought up the topic of cannabis use, as it was discussed at a recent Safe Communities meeting, she attended. She informed Council that Safe Communities has decided that they will not be involved in regulating cannabis use as each member of that Committee represents another group. Mr. Jones stated that it is going to be a while before this can be fully addressed. He advised that Jay Pausner, Town of Saugeen Shores employee, has taken the lead on behalf of the Bruce County CAOs Working Group who will also be meeting within a couple of weeks. Councillor Myles requested the By-law Enforcement Officer track cannabis use in areas of the Municipality, as that information may be valuable in terms of a decision in the future regarding regulation of cannabis use in the Municipality.
Councillor Myles informed Council that she met recently with representatives of the Tobermory & District Chamber of Commerce, Paul McGrath, from the County of Bruce and 30 other interested persons. She noted that ways for a pedestrian downtown were addressed. Further, she advised that two films will be shown at the Rotary Hall next week.
Deputy Mayor Myles mentioned that she had a request from a taxpayer for Council to review the Property Standards, Tent and Trailer By-law and Noise By-laws.
Mrs. Hopkins, By-law Enforcement Officer, indicated that if there is a call for a noisy party, and the safety of by-law enforcement staff is in question on scene, the OPP is requested to attend. She said that she would need to conduct further research to determine if it is advisable for Council to consider including this specific OPP protocol in the Noise By-law.
Mrs. Hopkins referenced the Property Standards By-law noting that there are regulations within the document and Provincial legislation that specifically apply to rental properties, specifically, as the Deputy Mayor mentioned, “holes in plaster and screens”. Mrs. Hopkins advised that she and the Chief Building Official reviewed all aspects of the by-law to ensure compliance with the Ontario Building Code. Deputy Mayor Myles suggested having this discussion at a Special Council Meeting when regarding short-term accommodations are the agenda topic.
In regards to the Tent and Trailer By-law, Deputy Mayor Myles stated that the concern from the taxpayer is in regards to housing workers. Councillor Mielhausen commented that he had heard similar, “housing for migrant workers for cannabis production”. The CAO stated that the Zoning By-law will regulate this.
CORRESPONDENCE
The Corporation of the Town of Saugeen Shores- Request to Governments of Canada and Province of Ontario to open the application process for the Bi-lateral Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution # 07-19-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council supports resolution #17-2019 from The Corporation of the Town of Saugeen Shores in regards to its request to the Governments of Canada and Province of Ontario to open the application process for the bi-lateral investing in the Canada Infrastructure Program.
Carried
Township of South Stormont- Township of South Stormont Council Resolution- Provincial Review of OMPF
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution # 07-20-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council supports resolution # 047/2019 from the Township of South Stormont in regards to the provincial review of the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund (OMPF).
Carried
Brian Banfield- Milkweed Protection (Lindsay Road 20)- refer to Public Works Department
Bruce County- Intersection Pedestrian Signal at Webster Street and Main Street, Lions Head- Public Works staff to determine if a cost is still associated with this service
Jan Pugsley- support the request made by Don Wilkes, Tobermory Tennis Club, to make the tennis court in Tobermory operational- noted and filed
Jim and Joan Garner- concerns with Blue Heron Helicopter Tours in Tobermory- CAO to reply- noted and filed
Douglas Sylvester- support for Friends of Cabot Head- noted and filed
Public Health Grey Bruce- March 22, 2019 Healthy Communities Breakfast Meeting- Community Safety and Wellbeing- noted and filed
Bruce County- Media Release- 2019 Spruce the Bruce program launches March 1; supports community development in Bruce County- noted and filed
Ontario Clean Air Alliance- Etobicoke Campaign to Persuade Premier Ford to Lower Hydro Costs Starts Today- noted and filed
Ontario Clean Air Alliance- IESO takes major step to lower Ontario’s electricity bills- noted and filed
Drinking Water Source Protection- Source Protection Committee Municipal Rep Appointment- Dennis Kefalas- noted and filed
Georgian Bay Waterworks Conference- Notice of Conference Workshop, April 9-10, 2019- noted and filed
AMO Communications- Taking Action for Universal Broadband Access- noted and filed
AMO Communications- Government Announces New Health Care Plan- noted and filed
Tobermory and District Chamber of Commerce- Minutes of January 14, 2019 Directors Meeting – Councillor Golden spoke to the paid parking discussion contained in these minutes regarding annual parking passes, sale of same at the Harbour Office in Tobermory last summer. Mr. Jones confirmed that there is an overnight parking issue at the MTO and Legion parking lots and a partnership with the Diver’s Den is being worked on. Councillor Myles commented about selling parking passes at the Harbour or Chamber Office. Mayor McIver mentioned the parking machine location to which Mr. Jones replied that the height of the two machines located at Little Tub Harbour is an issue and to resolve this, we will be adding a flag with a big letter “P” printed on each to the top of the machines. He advised that the seasonal full time By-law Enforcement Officer has been hired from May 1 to September 30 to work alongside the full time officer, Carol Hopkins. Staff will also be interviewing for the position of Parking Attendant. Councillor Myles asked about change machines and Mr. Jones replied that these will not be installed for a number of reasons and, as well, everyone has a credit card.
Tobermory and District Chamber of Commerce- Minutes of December 17, 2018 Directors Meeting- noted and filed
Multi-Municipal Wind Turbine Working Group- Approved minutes from November 8, 2018- noted and filed
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #07-21-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT the correspondence be received for information, as printed and circulated.
Carried
READING OF BY-LAWS
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #07-22-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT the following listed by-law be given 1st, 2nd and 3rd reading and enacted:
2019-07 BEING A BY-LAW TO REGULATE PAID PARKING AND CONTROL TRAFFIC AND MORE PARTICULARLY THE PARKING, STOPPING OR STANDING OF VEHICLES AND THE USE OF MUNICIPAL PARKING LOTS WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-19 BEING A BY-LAW TO ESTABLISH AND APPOINT MEMBERS TO A WASTE DIVERSION AND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-20 BEING A BY-LAW TO ESTABLISH AND APPOINT MEMBERS TO AN AD HOC MUSEUM COMMITTEE FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-21 BEING A BY-LAW TO ESTABLISH AND APPOINT MEMBERS TO A PHYSICIAN RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION COMMITTEE FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-22 BEING A BY-LAW TO ESTABLISH AND APPOINT MEMBERS TO A CEMETERY COMMITTEE FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-23 BEING A BY-LAW TO ESTABLISH AND APPOINT MEMBERS TO THE CHI- CHEEMAUN FESTIVAL COMMITTEE FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-24 BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE THE APPOINTMENT OF FENCE VIEWERS FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-30 BEING A BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA HELD MONDAY, MARCH 11, 2019 Carried
Councillor Mielhausen declared a conflict of interest with respect to the next item on the agenda and did not participate in this portion of the meeting.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution # 07-23-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT the following listed by-law be given 1st, 2nd and 3rd reading and enacted:
2019-18 BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE THE APPOINTMENT OF MUNICIPAL INVESTIGATORS FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
Carried
Councillor Mielhausen resumed his place in the meeting.
CLOSED SESSION
There is no Closed Session for Council Meeting No. 19-07, March 11, 2019.
RECONVENE FROM “CLOSED SESSION” TO RESUME COUNCIL MEETING
There is no Closed Session for Council Meeting No. 19-07, March 11, 2019.
ADJOURNMENT
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #07-24-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT the meeting adjourns at 3:21 p.m.
Carried