MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Milt McIver, Deputy Mayor Debbie Myles, Councillor Laurie (Smokey) Golden, Councillor James Mielhausen, Councillor Megan Myles
STAFF PRESENT: Bill Jones, Chief Administrative Officer, Mary Lynn Standen, Clerk, Tessa Townson, Administrative Assistant, Teresa Shearer, Treasurer, Marshall Tigert, Facilities Supervisor, Troy Cameron, Public Works Manager, Wendy Elliott, Chief Building Official
OTHERS PRESENT: Sonya Skinner, GSCA, Andrew Sorensen, GSCA, Doug Embleton, Katherine Patterson, Parks Canada
DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST AND GENERAL NATURE THEREOF
Mayor McIver called the meeting to order at 1:00 and Council members were reminded to disclose any pecuniary interest and general nature thereof that may arise during the course of the meeting.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-01-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT the content of the agenda be approved as presented. Carried
ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES
Re: Council Meeting No. 19-20, July 8, 2019 and Special Council Meeting No. 19-21, July 15, 2019
Councillor Myles noted a correction on page 6 of the July 8, 2019 Council Meeting Minutes regarding Correspondence Item #5, Jason Austen- Trespass Road Representative: correct “Mr. Cameron to provide a staff report for the June 22, 2019 council meeting” to “Mr. Cameron to provide a staff report for the July 22, 2019 council meeting”.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-02-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT the minutes of Council Meeting No. 19-20, July 8, 2019 and Special Council Meeting No. 19-21, July 15, 2019 be approved, as amended. Carried
There is no Public Meeting for Council Meeting No. 19-22, July 22, 2019.
Delegation #1 – Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA)
RE: Overview of services that are being provided in the municipality under the draft updated Planning Agreement between GSCA and Bruce County, and how these services support the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula (MNBP) Council’s decision
Sonya Skinner, CAO and Andrew Sorensen, Environmental Planning Coordinator, began their presentation on behalf of the Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA).
Ms. Skinner provided a brief background on conservation authorities including that the purpose of the organization is to help staff preserve the health and vitality of some of the most interesting places and ecosystems in Ontario. She noted that the GSCA has been providing its services to the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula since 1997. She outlined the services that the GSCA provides such as, comments on planning applications, responses to inquiries from residents and assistance to Municipal staff/ Building Department, as needed.
Ms. Skinner explained that NBP is outside of the watersheds that are regulated by the GSCA, therefore MNBP is not a member of the authority. She further said that the GSCA board has directed her to seek compensation equivalent to full cost recovery for their support in the planning process in NBP.
Ms. Skinner indicated that the Federal Government is in the process of obtaining LiDAR data which will be very helpful to Municipal staff, specifically in the Building Department.
A request of $15,000.00 annually is proposed by the GSCA. The options presented were as follows: charge each NBP applicant an additional fee on top of the $360.00 fee or NBP provide an annual lump sum payment of $15,000.00.
Mayor McIver opened the conversation to questions/comments from Council.
In response to an enquiry from Mayor McIver, Ms. Skinner confirmed that she believes that the Federal Government has completed the LiDAR scanning and the data will be made available within the next few months.
Mr. Sorensen advised that the GSCA processes approximately thirty (30) applications annually from the NBP.
Mayor McIver requested that staff bring back a report for Council’s consideration regarding the request from the GSCA.
Delegation #2 – Doug Embleton
RE: request for daughter to be permitted to exchange her seasonal trailer site for mine
Mr. Embleton provided background in regards to his involvement with the Lion’s Head Beach Park Campground since he moved to Lion’s Head in 1998.
Mr. Embleton’s delegation offered the following information:
Mr. Embleton applied for a lot at the park and made it to the top of the waiting list some years ago, at which time he was offered and accepted the seasonal Lot 30 for his trailer. Also, he paid a fee to be placed on a waiting list for a waterfront lot, as Lot 30 is a back lot.
Mr. Embleton reached the top of the waiting list and was offered two (2) available waterfront lots, but the Campground Policies and Procedures do not permit his current trailer on either of these sites as his trailer exceeds the maximum permitted trailer length.
Mr. Embleton’s daughter also reached the top of the waiting list and was offered Lot 21, but this site allows a maximum trailer length of 28 feet with no slides.
Mr. Embleton’s daughter offered to take her father’s lease and move to Lot 30 for the 2020 season as her trailer is already there.
Mr. Embleton’s daughter wishes to do a similar site-to-site move much the same as how the site vacated by Marshall Tigert was filled from within.
Mr. Embleton requested that campground stakeholders be consulted before Campground Policies and Procedures are under consideration and further recommended that each site be assigned a site-specific maximum trailer length.
Mr. Embleton has been advised by Staff that he will remain at the top of the waiting list for a waterfront lot at the campground.
Mr. Embleton clarified to Council that he is requesting for his daughter to trade sites with himself, not transfer a lease, as she already has a lease in the campground.
Councillor Myles requested that a map of the Lion’s Head Beach Park Campground be created that depicts the maximum trailer size for each lot.
Council then requested that Mr. Tigert prepare a report to be brought back to Council for their consideration on Mr. Embleton’s request.
CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA ITEMS
1. Public Works Department Report No. PW 19-10
RE: Moore Street Water Service Extension Request
Councillor Myles advised that she had consulted with some Moore Street residents via email questioning if they had any interest in extending the Moore Street water service. She indicated that out of the fourteen (14) emails she received replies from, 80% had no interest in the extension. The remainder were somewhat interested and one (1) resident was interested.
Mr. Cameron informed Council that the two-inch (2”) line that extends another 100 metres on Moore Street would not accommodate many more hookups.
Council discussed the options as presented in the report from the Public Works Manager and passed the following resolution:
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #22-03-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council receives PW 19-10 Moore Street Water Service Extension Request as information;
AND THAT Council selects Option 2: Make owners responsible for entire cost of project to extend the two-inch water main to the closest corner of their lot so that they can connect a ¾ inch service line. The total cost would be borne by owners of 40 Moore Street. Carried
2. Public Works Department Report No. PW 19-25
RE: Request to Reopen North Shore Barrow Bay EA
Council posed a few questions/concerns with the request, one being if the North Shore Ratepayers Association represents of all ratepayers living on North Shore Road in Barrow Bay, and the other being if the residents are willing to be responsible for all costs associated with the construction and maintenance of their driveways.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-04-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council receives PW 19-25 Request to Reopen North Shore Barrow Bay EA as information and directs staff to obtain written confirmation from the property owners that they will bear the costs of driveway installations including rehabilitation of the “old” road and drainage and utility easements and if all property owners are not willing to do so, the Municipality is not willing to reopen the EA process. Carried
3. Building Department Report No. BD 19-23
RE: No Demand for Services Site Plan Control Agreement
ROBERT DAVID BRUCE SMITH
PT LT 13 CON 12 EBR EASTNOR PT 31, R171; NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
333 Rush Cove Road
Assessment Roll No. 4109 620 009 11231
PIN 33121-0313 (LT)
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #22-05-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council approves the negotiation and registration of a No Demand for Services Site Plan Control Agreement requested by Robert David Bruce Smith, owner of the property legally described as PT LT 13 CON 12 EBR EASTNOR PT 31, R171; NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA and located at 333 Rush Cove Road, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula. Carried
4. Building Department Report No. BD 19-24
RE: No Demand for Services Site Plan Control Agreement
CON 13 EBR PT LOT 6 RP 3R143 PART 10
135 Georgian Drive (Eastnor)
Assessment Roll No. 4109 620 009 11710
PIN 33122-0301 (LT)
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-06-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council approves the negotiation and registration of a No Demand for Services Site Plan Control Agreement requested by Richard and Sandra Maggiolo, owners of the property legally described as CON 13 EBR PT LOT 6 RP 3R143 PART 10 and located at 135 Georgian Drive, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula. Carried
5. Facilities Supervisor Report No. FS 19-07
RE: Bruce Peninsula Tourist Association Facility Agreement for Ferndale Park and Information Centre
Councillor Myles questioned the term of the Agreement as the Bruce Peninsula Tourism Association previously mentioned that they may not be able to operate the Ferndale Park and Information Centre beyond this year due to financial and membership constraints.
Council agreed to amend the draft Agreement and approve the Lease Agreement from May 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019 only as there is uncertainty as to the potential disbanding of the Bruce Peninsula Tourist Association.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-07-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council receives FS 19-07 report with regards to the Bruce Peninsula Tourist Association (BPTA) Lease Agreement for the Ferndale Park and Information Centre; and
THAT Council approves the Lease Agreement for the Ferndale Park and Information Centre to the Bruce Peninsula Tourist Association, commencing May 1, 2019 and expiring on October 31, 2019;
AND THAT Council authorizes the Mayor and Clerk to execute a Lease Agreement between the Municipality and the Bruce Peninsula Tourist Association;
AND FURTHER THAT a by-law to authorize this Lease Agreement be presented to Council for passage at its regular meeting on August 12, 2019. Carried
6. Facilities Supervisor Report No. FS 19-08
RE: The Rotary Club of Northern Bruce Peninsula – Lease Agreement
Councillor Myles stated her position regarding the exclusivity of the Rotary Club’s use and operation of the bar at the Rotary Hall. She advised that preventing other party(ies)/renter(s) from obtaining a liquor licence at that facility may diminish interest in the facility being used for certain events. She also mentioned her commitment to fair policies, and further that weddings or other events rely on bar sales to make their events viable.
Mayor McIver stated that he supports the lease as presented and acknowledges the importance of the Rotary’s exclusive liquor licence to the organization.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-08-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council receives the Facilities Supervisor Report FS 19-08, regarding the lease agreement with the Rotary Club of Northern Bruce Peninsula, as Information; and
THAT Council approves the lease agreement with The Rotary Club of Northern Bruce Peninsula for the Rotary Hall in Lion’s Head commencing June 1, 2019, for a three (3) year period; and
THAT Council authorizes the Mayor and Clerk to execute a Lease Agreement between the Municipality and the Rotary Club of Northern Bruce Peninsula;
AND FURTHER THAT a by-law to authorize this lease agreement be presented to Council for passage at its regular meeting on August 12, 2019. Carried
7. Facilities Supervisor Report No. FS 19-09
RE: Concession Booth for the Municipal Arena
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-09-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council receives Facilities Supervisor Report FS 19-09 as information relating to the Concession Booth Operation for the Lion’s Head & District Community Centre and Arena;
AND THAT Council directs Staff to re-advertise the RFP for the operation of the Concession Booth within the Lion’s Head & District Community Centre and Arena. Carried
8. Facilities Supervisor Report No. FS 19-10
RE: Information and Updates
Councillor Golden commended Mr. Tigert on his informative report. She commented on the following:
the high registration for swimming lessons and the importance of offering the program
the aging sewage system components at various facilities and the need to look at a comprehensive replacement plan
the high use of the Tobermory tennis court, making Council’s decision a good one to make improvements to the court
the new cedar shingles on the cabin at the St. Edmund’s Museum
the need to discuss hydro at the Lion’s Head Beach Park Campground as there are issues
the benefit of the ice surface at the arena being installed September 24, 2019
Councillor Myles asked if we track gas used in Municipal vehicles to which Mr. Tigert replied that filling up Municipal vehicles at the harbour is beneficial as the type of gas used allows the vehicles to go much farther on a tank. He further stated that log records are kept at the harbour as well as in the particular Municipal vehicle. He indicated that this information is transferred at budget time.
Councillor Myles requested more frequent and thorough updates on facilities.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-10-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula Council receives the Facility Supervisor’s Report No. 19-10, as information and updates. Carried
9. Treasury Department Report No. TR 19-19
RE: 2019 Federal Gas Tax Top-Up Funding
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-11-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council receives Treasurer’s Report TR19-19 regarding the 2019 Federal Gas Tax Top-Up Funding of $119,250; and
THAT the allocation of the Top-Up Funding be considered along with the projects eligible for One-Time Provincial Funding. Carried
10. Treasury Department Report No. TR 19-20
RE: 2019 One-Time Provincial Funding
Mr. Jones noted that the funds can be placed into a reserve for the future; however, staff, at Council’s request, prepared this report to include possible projects for consideration.
Councillor Myles said that the funds are quite significant and should require much thought by Council before a decision is made as to where to allocate the funds. She mentioned that an investment in an Asset Management Plan would be beneficial to Council in terms of deciding what projects to complete. She further noted that the Strategic Plan may need updating.
Councillor Golden expressed interest in moving forward in the future with the Little Tub Water Treatment expansion.
Mr. Jones advised that the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Asset Management Plan is closing this week.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-12-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
That Council receives Treasurer’s Report TR19-20 regarding One-time Provincial funding in the amount of $631,428 and Federal Gas Tax Top-Up funding of $119,250;
AND THAT Council shall consider the allocation of the one-time provincial funding in the future on a case-by-case basis. Carried
11. Clerks Department Report No. C 19-46
RE: Special Council Meetings – August and September, 2019
Council and Mr. Jones suggested that Asset Management and Strategic Plan be the topics for the two (2) Special Council Meetings scheduled for August and September.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-13-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council directs Staff to schedule and advertise for the holding of a Special Council Meeting on Monday, August 12, 2019 rather than the previously scheduled meeting on Monday, August 19, 2019;
AND THAT Council directs the topics of discussion for the August 12, 2019 and September 16, 2019 Special Council Meetings to be Asset Management and Strategic Planning. Carried
12. Clerks Department Report No. C 19-47
RE: Request from Bruce Stickney, Land Use Planning Manager, dated May 16, 2019 to recommend Member(s) of Council to County of Bruce Natural Heritage Study (NHS) Steering Committee
Council agreed to defer the report and selection of one member of Council until such time as information regarding the Terms of Reference for the County of Bruce Natural Heritage Study Steering Committee become available for Council’s review.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-14-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council hereby defers selection of one member of Council for appointment to the County of Bruce Natural Heritage Study (NHS) Steering Committee until such time as the County of Bruce provides the NHSSC Terms of Reference for Council’s consideration.
13. Clerks Department Report No. C 19-48
RE: Appointment of Councillor James Mielhausen to County of Bruce Land Evaluation and Area Review (LEAR) Steering Committee
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-15-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council receives as information advice that Councillor James Mielhausen has been appointed to the County of Bruce Land Evaluation and Area Review (LEAR) Steering Committee. Carried
14. Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 19-19
RE: Proposed Manager of Community Services Position
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-16-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council defers CAO Report No. 19-19 in regards to the proposed Manager of Community Services position, job description, funding sources and position renumeration.
15. Resolution- City of Brantford- Endorsement of LUMCO Resolution regarding Retail Cannabis Stores
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-17-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council supports the attached resolution from the City of Brantford in regards to the endorsement of the Large Urban Mayors Caucus of Ontario’s (LUMCO) resolution regarding retail cannabis stores. Carried
Presentation: Katherine Patterson, Parks Canada
After a brief discussion, Council approved the following resolution allowing Katherine Patterson, from Parks Canada, to address Council at this time.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #22-18-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council agrees to permit Katherine Patterson from Parks Canada to address Council regarding the Big Tub water lot matter. Carried
Mayor McIver advised that Parks Canada will appear as a delegation at the August 12, 2019 meeting and the presentation package will form part of that Council agenda.
Councillor Golden requested that members of the public be permitted to speak on this matter. Mr. Jones, CAO, recommended that Council listen to the presentation from Parks Canada and determine if public input should be permitted afterwards.
Ms. Patterson offered a PowerPoint presentation. She began by stating that Parks Canada strives to be transparent on its decision making and does not wish to overstep its authority.
Ms. Patterson spoke to the topic of the water lot at the Big Tub Harbour Resort and Marina. She stated that Transport Canada allows Parks Canada to either permit or restrict any vessels that are in restricted areas under the Canada Shipping Act, such as the area around the lighthouse and the shipwrecks in Big Tub Harbour. She further stated that Parks Canada does not have the authority to manage navigation on the waters.
As stated by Ms. Patterson, Parks Canada does own the water lot in question and the lake bed underneath, and further that Parks Canada has rights over the docks on the water lot.
She then informed Council that Parks Canada is working on developing a Visitor Experience Strategy, with public consultation taking place this fall.
Councillor Golden said that she does not deny that Parks Canada owns the water lot, but that it is outside of their boundaries and the jurisdiction of the study area. She denied Parks Canada’s authority to apply restrictions as that contravenes the Establishing Agreement.
Councillor Golden then expressed that Parks Canada should try to work with local businesses and be more community friendly.
In response to an enquiry from Councillor Myles, Ms. Patterson clarified that the lease is related to the water lot and the licence of occupation is related to access to Flowerpot Island.
Mr. Brent Robins stated the following: it is a violation of the Constitution to implement conditions on the water lot, what happens on the surface of the water lot is irrelevant, Bruce Anchor owns the anchorage and the docks on the water lot, and lastly that he has provided legal advice and is requesting that Parks Canada hire a marine lawyer if they wish to confirm that his legal advice is incorrect.
Mr. Bill Chesney was permitted to speak by Council on behalf of the Big Tub Harbour Citizens Committee. He began by thanking Bruce Anchor for their excellent service, then proceeded to express concerns. He addressed issues with bus traffic on Big Tub Road, parking, loading and unloading of Bruce Anchor passengers on the docks on the water lot and negative effects on the environment and visitors.
Councillor Myles stated that this matter may now be beyond the jurisdiction of the Municipality as it seems to be a dispute on legal interpretation.
Councillor Golden requested that Council support its previous motion passed on June 24, 2019 until such time as documentation becomes available from Parks Canada stating that they do not have authority over the navigable waters.
Deputy Mayor Myles asked Mr. Robins how Council’s support or opposition would affect this matter. Mr. Robins stated that the supporting motion from Council could find an avenue to work its way up the system and help himself and Bruce Anchor in their efforts.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-19-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council reiterates its support of Resolution #19-03-2019 dated June 24, 2019 as follows:
THAT the Municipality contacts John Festarini, Acting Superintendent, and requests that he provide written confirmation from Transport Canada that Parks Canada has been delegated authority to control activities on the surface of the navigable waters in the Big Tub water lot;
AND THAT, if he cannot provide this information to our satisfaction, we request that Parks Canada allows Bruce Anchor Cruises to use the Big Tub water lot on bad weather days for its tour boat operation. Carried
Ms. Patterson stated that Parks Canada does not have authority over the navigable waters in the Big Tub water lot.
Council requested additional information from Ms. Patterson to be placed on the August 12, 2019 agenda.
The delegation from Parks Canada then concluded.
Short Term Accommodation (STA) survey
Councillor Myles declared a conflict of interest with respect to the review of the Short Term Accommodation survey, excused herself from the Council table and took a seat in the audience.
Council then discussed the draft Short Term Accommodation (STA) survey prepared by Skelton Brumwell and Associates. Mr. Jones advised that the survey did not arrive in sufficient time to meet the agenda deadline; however, to stay on track with the STA process timeline, the survey needs reviewed and approved by Council so that it can be launched to the public. Council discussed the draft survey as presented and made some corrections. Mr. Jones will inform Mr. Wynia, at Skelton Brumwell and Associates, of the changes Council has directed be made to the survey.
Councillor Myles resumed her place at the Council table.
1. Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey- request that some of these funds be released to build upon the Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey Association’s program, with the purchase of rink dividers- Staff to discuss with Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey regarding the storage of the rink dividers and report back to Council
2. Ned A. Crawford- Cabot Head Lighthouse and the shore road issues and concerns- Staff to respond to Mr. Crawford
3. Nigel Grinsteed and Sandy Wilcox- concerns regarding Brent Robin’s proposed changes to the Big Tub Lodge’s Marina and land usage- Staff to respond to Mr. Grinsteed
4. Janice Sweiger- request for LED lighting to be installed on Pike Bay Road- Refer to PW Department
5. Bruce Peninsula Short Term Accommodations Group- request for direction as to when and what form we can expect consultation in this process- Staff to respond
6. Northern Peninsula Cowork Space- Activity Report- July 17, 2019- noted and filed
7. Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation, Bruce Peninsula Health Services Foundation- thank you for your generous donation- noted and filed
8. Bruce Peninsula Spirit Singers- thank you for being a program sponsor for the Bruce Peninsula Spirit Singers 30th Anniversary Concert- noted and filed
9. Sean Liipere- Bruce Peninsula National Park- National Marine Park Conservation Areas consultation process and extension, plus comments from Smokey Golden about same- Councillor Golden advised that Parks Canada is trying to enforce regulations that have yet to be approved at a Federal level. She further noted that they have not made any efforts to consult with municipal council. Council concurred with Councillor Golden’s comments relating to this matter and instructed the CAO to submit same on Council’s behalf. It was further noted that anyone can send in his/her own comments under separate cover.
10. Attorney General- Doug Downey- invitation to participate in the government’s consultations regarding joint and several liability, insurance costs, and the liability chill affecting the delivery of everyday public services- noted and filed
11. Bruce County Media Release- New Program Aims to Spark Innovative Sustainable Tourism Ideas in Bruce County- Councillor Golden informed that there is another meeting on August 14 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
12. Bruce Peninsula Hospice- thank you for the 2019 Community Grant- noted and filed
13. Neighbours- Summer 2019 Issue- Ontario Power Generation- noted and filed
14. Drinking Water Source Protection- invitation to the meeting on July 26, 2019 at the Saugeen Valley Conservation Administration Offices- noted and filed
15. Drinking Water Source Protection Newsletter- Issue #10- July, 2019
16. Town of Plympton-Wyoming- Resolution Regarding Enforcement for Safety on Family Farms- noted and filed
17. Village of Oil Springs- Resolution supporting the Township of Warwick- safety of Ontario farm families- noted and filed
18. Multi-Municipal Wind Turbine Working Group- Agenda for July 11, 2019- Council Discussed whether there is a value in Council members attending the meetings
19. Lynn Szymezko- Wind Power- not in evidence on Ontario’s hot summer days- noted and filed
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-20-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT the correspondence items be received for information, as printed and circulated. Carried
READING OF BY-LAWS
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #20-21-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT the following listed by-laws be given 1st, 2nd and 3rd reading and enacted:
2019-68 BEING A BY-LAW TO AMEND BY-LAW NO. 2002-54, AS AMENDED, BEING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW FOR THE
MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA AS IT RELATES TO THE REMOVAL OF THE HOLDING (H) ZONE PROVISION –PLAN BURY LOT 15 PT LOT 16 W, 4 ELLEN STREET (ST. EDMUNDS), MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-73 BEING A BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA HELD MONDAY, JULY 22, 2019. Carried
Mayor McIver advised that Council was moving into closed meeting pursuant to Section 239 of The Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, for the following reasons: b) personal matter about an identifiable individual including municipal or local board members (staffing); c) a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the Municipality or local board (Tackabury Street); d) labour relations or employee negotiations (staffing), and, e) litigation or potential litigation including matters before administrative tribunals affecting the Municipality or local board (Native Land Claim).
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-22-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council move into closed meeting at 4:32 p.m. pursuant to Section 239 of The Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, for the following reasons: b) personal matter about an identifiable individual including municipal or local board members (staffing); c) a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the Municipality or local board (Tackabury Street); d) labour relations or employee negotiations (staffing), and, e) litigation or potential litigation including matters before administrative tribunals affecting the Municipality or local board (Native Land Claim). Carried
RECONVENE FROM “CLOSED SESSION” TO RESUME COUNCIL MEETING
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #22-23-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council reconvene from Closed Session at 5:44 p.m. and resume the Council meeting. Carried
Council instructed staff to proceed accordingly.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #22-24-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT the meeting adjourns at 5:45 p.m. Carried