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, Cathy Addison, Deputy Clerk, Teresa Shearer, Treasurer, Troy Cameron, Public Works Manager, Wendy Elliott, Chief Building Official
OTHERS PRESENT: Amanda Herbert, Bob Blackburn, Brent Robins, Cathy Robins
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.
Councillor Mielhausen declared a conflict of interest with respect to the Public Meeting Agenda Item #4 because he is my brother.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #26-01-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT the content of the agenda be approved as presented.
ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES
Re: Special Council Meeting No. 19-23, August 12, 2019
Council Meeting No. 19-24, August 12, 2019
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #26-02-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT the minutes of Special Council Meeting No. 19-23, August 12, 2019 and Council Meeting No. 19-24, August 12, 2019 be approved as printed and circulated.
Councillor Mielhausen declared a conflict of interest with respect to the next item on the Agenda, remained at the Council table and refrained from participating.
1. Public Meeting
RE: Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment
Owners: John and Suzanne Mielhausen
Agent: Doug McLay
3231 Bruce Road 9 and not yet assigned, Bruce Road 9
Zoning By-law Amendment Z-43-19.62
Consent to Sever B-63-19.62
Mayor McIver welcomed Amanda Herbert, Planner with Bruce County Planning, to the meeting. Ms. Herbert provided a brief overview of the application. She explained that the property owners want to sever a developed residential lot in the hamlet of Ferndale and retain a vacant farm lot. The zoning by-law amendment is required to rezone the severed parcel from RU2 Restricted Rural to R1 Detached Residential and permit a minimum lot frontage of 9 metres.
The Planner advised the Municipality noted concerns with the discrepancy with the quoted number of accessory buildings located on the property. The R1 zone permits three (3) accessory buildings and not an agricultural building(s) and further, clarification on the future use and intent of the existing structures should be addressed. In addition, the remaining barn foundation was suggested to be removed and cleaned up to maintain the character of an R1 residential zone designation as well as the removal of a shipping container. Ms. Herbert addressed the Municipality’s comments with the agent and the following was noted:
the barn foundation will be removed after the severance
small-scale building in front of the barn foundation will also be removed
as clarification, there is no shipping container on the property; however, it is a steel building housing an outdoor furnace.
The Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA) noted they observed the threatened Eastern Meadowlark on the property and recommended that should any future development on the properties be made, an environmental impact study be completed. In addition to consult with the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks to determine potential impacts on this species at risk and establish the requirements under the Endangered Species Act. Ms. Herbert advised the proposed zoning by-law will be updated to include the environmental hazard zone identified by the GSCA.
Bruce County Transportation and Environmental Services commented that a seventeen (17) foot road widening adjacent to the severed parcel along Bruce Road 9 be dedicated to the County. Ms. Herbert noted this will be a condition of the consent.
The notice of a public meeting was circulated to the public agencies on August 16, 2019; however, a second public meeting is proposed for September 9, 2019 to ensure notice provided to agencies meets the statutory timelines outlined in the Planning Act.
No comments were received from the public regarding this proposal.
Councillor Megan Myles questioned the frontage of the driveway access from Highway 6 and Ms. Herbert advised there are currently two driveways to access the property; one from Highway 6 and the other from the Bruce Road 9. This was confirmed to Councillor Myles.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #26-03-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Zoning By-law Amendment Z-43-19.62 for the properties described as Concession 3 EBR Part Lot 26 and Concession 4 EBR Part Lot 26 (Eastnor) be deferred until September 9th, 2019 in order to meet the statutory requirement for agency notification of a public meeting.
Delegation #1- Bob Blackburn
RE: Request for Council to advise Bruce Anchor Cruises they may not use the properties for tour boat operations until a zoning amendment is received
Mayor McIver welcomed Mr. Blackburn to the meeting. Mr. Blackburn provided a brief overview of his family history in the Big Tub Harbour area.
Mr. Blackburn stated that present Zoning By-law (2002-54) does not allow the use of tour boat operations nor shuttle bus services at the Big Tub Resort property. He referred to Section 18 under C1 definition of the Zoning By-law and noted the specific uses and stressed that “tour boat” was not of one of them. In addition, three particular sections pertaining to provisions for C1 zone, definitions for a “marina”, “transportation depot”, and “commercial motor vehicle” were noted by Mr. Blackburn.
Mr. Blackburn stated Bruce Anchor has the right to apply to change the permitted uses on the Big Tub Lodge and Symes properties; however, the public would still have input at public meetings. In the end, he remarked that Council would have to decide whether to allow the amendment or not. As for the other tour boat operations in Little Tub Harbour are situated in the same C1 zone so these may have to be looked at on a case-by-case basis. Mr. Blackburn indicated that, when the Zoning By-law was enacted in 2002, the Big Tub Marina was limited to approximately forty (40) docking private and transient spaces, a fuel facility and the sale of boat supplies. He also reviewed the transportation depot and commercial vehicle definitions. He commented that the marina definition was not intended to allow a tour boat operation that shuttles up to 1,600 or 1,700 people a day from downtown Tobermory to the site. Mr. Blackburn advised that he gleaned this information from the Bruce Anchor website and brochure.
Mr. Blackburn concluded by requesting that Council apply and enforce the Zoning By-law and further, advise Bruce Anchor Cruises that the present zoning of the Big Tub Resort and Symes properties does not permit the operation of a tour boat business.
Councillor Myles noted the Zoning By-law does need updating and questioned if the C1 zone was reviewed during the last update process. Mr. Blackburn noted he visited the Municipal Office and requested a copy of the draft by-law but learned that it is not available. Staff was requested to review the definition(s).
Mayor McIver thanked Mr. Blackburn for his presentation.
Delegation #2- Brent Robins and Cathy Robins
RE: Big Tub Resort and Marina Issue
Mayor McIver welcomed Mr. Brent Robins and Ms. Cathy Robins to the meeting.
Ms. Robins attended today’s meeting and spoke on behalf of Bruce Anchor to addressed issues raised at the July 22, 2019 Council meeting pertaining to a letter from John Festarini, Acting Parks Superintendent for Bruce Peninsula National Park. The letter spoke to the Parks Canada’s right to control Big Tub Resort and Marina water lot. Ms. Robins stated that this letter had been forwarded to Mr. Robins’ solicitor, Mr. Rui Fernandes, who specializes in marina law, for his opinion. Following the review, Mr. Fernandes stated in a letter, that Parks Canada’s opinion of their authority is “simply incorrect”. It was noted by Mr. Fernandes that the Federal Real Property Regulations do not apply to the use of the surface of the water or the use of the docks and control of the waterbed does not translate to control of the docks. In addition, Mr. Fernandes further stated that the dock control and docking of vessels at the docks is under the control of Big Tub Resort and Marina. Ms. Robins stressed the letter further confirmed what Bruce Anchor has been indicating for months that Parks Canada has no legal authority to control dockage in the subject water lot.
Ms. Robins preceded to address a few points that were contained in the Parks Canada presentation at the July 22, 2019 Council meeting. The following was noted:
Parks Canada indicated Mr. Robins was aware when he purchased the property that Parks Canada would not allow his tour boat to dock in the water lot; however, this is not entirely correct. Acting Superintendent, John Haselmayer, stated in a letter dated January 31, 2017 that there would be an opportunity to negotiate terms of a renewed agreement including the suggested wording in the months leading up to the expiration of the Agreement, which was November, 2018. At that time, there was no clear refusal to allow tour boats in the water lot in the future and clearly a willingness to consider the possibility during the negotiation of a new lease agreement.
The moratorium implemented in 2014 over the shipwrecks on the number of commercial vessels applies only to the restricted area where the shipwrecks are located. The Operational Policy for the Big Tub Harbour applies only to those restricted areas as clearly stated in Article 3.1 of the Policy. The 2018-2020 Policy applies only to activities taking place in the restricted area at the head of the harbour that protects the two shipwrecks. In addition, it was noted Big Tub Harbour Resort and Marina water lot is outside the boundaries of the National Park Study Area and outside the boundaries of the Fathom Five National Marine Park, hence policies for Fathom Five do not apply within the water lot.
Ms. Robins noted the following points to Council with regards to similar concerns:
noted C1 zoning issue, not only Big Tub Resort, but other marina facilities and all these operations have existed for many years with the C1 Zoning in place
noted there are no zoning applications before Council regarding the Symes or Big Tub Marina properties
concerned with the individual(s) distributing untrue information to property owners in the Big Tub area
no response will be provided from the Council delegation presented by Barney Hopkins nor Bob Blackburn
questioned the Big Tub Harbour Citizens Group and their status, membership, term of reference, etc.
questioned why the Big Tub Harbour Citizens Group is allowed to join the Parks Advisory Committee
aware that the Municipality has no jurisdiction over the water; however, feels that the Municipality should play a role in protecting rights of a local business being treated unfairly by senior levels of government.
Ms. Robins concluded the presentation by summarizing the following:
Parks Canada has no legal authority to control dockage in the water lot
Parks Canada is trying to control and apply park policies (some non-existent and some not yet developed) to an area that is outside the boundaries of the National Park Study Area and the boundaries of Fathom Five National Marine Park
Parks Canada is attempting to control private business outside the boundaries of the National Park
Parks Canada is in violation of Conditions #3, #7 and #9 of the Establishing Agreement
Parks Canada is attempting to violate Mr. Robins’ constitutional rights
Ms. Robins noted, based on the legal opinion and other information presented today and previously, that Council should approach Parks Canada and formally request that they allow Bruce Anchor to use the Big Tub Resort and Marina water lot on bad weather days for its tour boat operations as previously indicated by Council’s resolution on June 24, 2019.
Ms. Robins stressed the importance of the Municipality taking the lead role in ensuring that the conditions of the Establishing Agreement are upheld.
Mayor McIver questioned how is this going to be resolved and noted the Establishing Agreement is planned for review at a future Special Council Meeting.
Councillor Myles stressed this is a legal interpretation issue. In addition, she noted the Establishing Agreement was executed in 1987 and things change and perhaps a more specific Agreement should be investigated. She spoke of the Schedule #1 area and delegated authority where no vessels may be allowed. In addition, she stated that she is satisfied with Parks Canada’s explanation.
Mr. Robins advised Transport Canada delegated authority to Parks Canada to manage the shipwreck area and requested that Council ask Parks Canada to provide a letter to prove their legislative authority. He further commented that neither Bruce County or the Municipality have jurisdiction over the water lot.
Mr. Robins stressed the importance of Council continuing to stand behind the Establishing Agreement.
A lengthy discussion ensued with regards to the resolution approved by Council on June 24, 2019. The Clerk, Mary Lynn Standen advised Council the resolution was passed and supported by Council at that meeting and that it is not necessary to reiterate all or part of the resolution by duplicating it today.
Mayor McIver thanked Mr. Robins and Ms. Robins for their presentation.
Delegation #3- Ken Jackson
RE: Request for the re-zoning of Big Tub Lodge by Bruce Anchor Cruises
This Delegation was cancelled prior to today’s meeting.
CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA ITEMS
1. Public Works Department Report No. PW 19-26
RE: 6 Wheel Drive Motor Grader complete with Snow Plow Equipment
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #26-04-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council approves the purchase of a 2019 CAT 140 AWD from Toromont CAT and allows the trade-in of the 2004 Volvo grader for $65,000 to reduce the purchase price to $339,924.00 excluding HST.
2. Building Department Report No. BD 19-25
RE: Trailer Agreement
Applicant/Owner: David James Reed and Tracy H. E. Livingston
Plan 3M 129 Lot 44
35 Boyd’s Harbour Loop
Assessment Roll No. 620 005 28344
Councillor Myles questioned why authority could not be delegated to staff to execute these agreements so that there is no need to bring them before Council for consideration to which other Council members indicated that it is relevant and important to see these reports.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #26-05-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council recommends approval of the Trailer Agreement requested by the property owners, David James Reed and Tracy H. E. Livingston, for the property legally described as Plan 3M 129 Lot 44 and located at 35 Boyd’s Harbour Loop (Assessment Roll No. 620 005 28344), Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula.
AND THAT the owners acknowledge that the building being constructed will be substantially completed and ready for occupancy within one (1) year from date of signing of the Trailer Agreement.
3. Building Department Report No. BD 19-29
RE: Lift Holding (H) Zone Symbol and No Demand for Municipal Services Site Plan Control Agreement
MICHAEL PETER DEVOS
CATHY LYNN DEVOS
Lt 8 Pl 633 S/T R186754
60 Parker Island Road (Eastnor)
Assessment Roll No. 4109 620 003 09300
PIN 33344-0105 (LT)
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #26-06-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
THAT Council supports the removal of the Holding “H” zone and approves the negotiation and registration of a No Demand for Municipal Services Site Plan Control Agreement requested by Michael and Cathy Devos, owner of the property legally described as Lt 8 Pl 633 S/T R186754 and located on Parker Island Road, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula;
THAT Council will consider entertaining the passage of By-law No. 2019-81, being a by-law to lift the Holding “H” zone symbol, at its regular Council meeting on Monday, September 23, 2019.
4. Building Department Report No. BD 19-30
RE: Request for Exemption from the Tent & Trailer By-law No. 2018-66
Douglas Stanley Stewart
Rose Marie Stewart
Plan 411 Lot 5
Not yet assigned, Isthmus Bay Road
Roll No. 620-6-11600
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #26-07-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT Council receives Building Department Report BD 19-30 which outlines that the property owners are seeking an exemption from the Tent & Trailer By-law No. 2018-66, for the property described as Plan 411 Lot 5 and located at Not yet assigned, Isthmus Bay Road, as follows:
1) One (1) trailer on the subject property, August 30 to September 2, 2019 for the purpose of a family reunion.
AND THAT Council will support a family reunion event on the subject property temporarily accommodating one (1) trailer for the timeframe of Friday, August 30, 2019 to Monday, September 2, 2019 only in order that the nature and intent of By-law No. 2018-66 is maintained.
5. Clerks Department Report No. C 19-51
RE: Niagara Escarpment Commission
Request for Comments
NEC File No. B/R/2019-2020/9010
Owner: Jim Boylan
Part Lot 20, Concession 8, EBR, (Lindsay)
444 Cape Chin North Road
Assessment Roll No. 660-3-09305
Councillor Myles questioned the home-based business as it pertains to the accessory
building proposing to have an artist studio. The Chief Building Official advised that no
home-based business can operate from an accessory building.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #26-08-2019 Seconded by J. Mielhausen
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, Jim Boylan, for property known as Part Lot 20, Concession 8, EBR, (Lindsay), and situated locally at 444 Cape Chin North Road, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, who is seeking approval to recognize an existing 1,330 sq. ft. dwelling, construct a gravel driveway and install a private sewage system and construct a two storey, 2,000 sq. ft. accessory building (storage building/horse stall with an artist studio) with a height-to-peak of 26 feet and to extend an existing gravel driveway on a 2.8 acre existing lot.
6. Clerks Department Report No. C 19-52
RE: Aaron Blair request to utilize an unopened road allowance to the subject property known as Part 52, Plan 3R-143, located fronting on said unopened road allowance which intersects with Georgian Drive
Roll No. 4109 620 009 11751 0000
Councillor Myles questioned who is responsible for maintenance of the unopened road allowance and any associated costs. Troy Cameron, Public Works Manager, indicated this is the reason for the No Demand for Municipal Services and Access Agreement as once that Agreement is executed, the Municipality is not responsible for road maintenance and/or waste management services, etc.
In addition, Councillor Myles noted that there is no frontage on a public road and Mr. Cameron advised that the unopened road allowance is being utilized for access by other property owners and it appears that people may have been issued building permits and granted access to their properties prior to amalgamation.
Deputy Mayor Myles questioned whether the unopened road allowance may form part of the native land claim and Mr. Cameron advised that the unopened road allowance is part of a plan of subdivision and therefore, it is not subject to the land claim.
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #26-09-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council approves a request from Mr. Aaron Blair, owner of the property legally described as Part 52, Plan 3R-143 and fronting on an unopened road allowance that intersects with Georgian Drive, to utilize said unopened road allowance for the purposes of accessing the subject property;
AND THAT Council directs that Mr. Blair enter into a No Demand for Municipal Services and Access Agreement with the Municipality and submit the required fee to the Municipality
7. Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 19-23
RE: Memorandum of Agreement for planning services between Bruce County, Northern Bruce Peninsula, Grey Sauble Conservation Authority, Maitland Valley Conservation Authority and the Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority
Councillor Golden suggested this item be deferred until such time the Province of Ontario regulations for Conservation Authorities has been finalized.
A lengthy discussion ensued and Bill Jones, CAO, was directed to contact the Grey Sauble Conservation Authority, negotiate a short-term agreement including a termination clause and have NBP applicants bear the cost of the entire application fee.
Moved by D. Myles Resolution #26-10-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council receives CAO Report No. 19-23 pertaining to the Memorandum of Agreement;
AND THAT Council directs staff to negotiate a short-term agreement with the Grey Sauble Conservation Authority for “planning application” services for Council’s consideration.
AND THAT the agreement shall specify that costs of providing such services be borne entirely by the applicant and the agreement shall also include a termination or opt out clause.
8. Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 19-24
RE: Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey Request for Funds for Rink Divider System
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #26-11-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council provides $9,000.00 to $10,000.00 to the Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey Association (BPMHA) for the purposes of purchasing a rink divider system for tyke and novice hockey development and programming, from funds originally donated by the BPMHA to the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula (MNBP) for future arena renovations.
9. Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 19-25
RE: Northern Peninsula CoWork Update and Rural Economic Development Grant
Councillor Golden questioned the $110,800.00 in-kind financial obligation and was advised that Municipal staff time, loss of hall revenue will be considered as in-kind.
It was noted that the CoWork group has a good relationship with the Rotary Club and other groups who use the facility.
Deputy Mayor Myles noted that heat, hydro, telephone or internet fees are not applicable and was advised that an Agreement is in place similar which is similar to the Rotary Club’s Agreement.
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #26-12-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT Council supports the continuation of the use of the Rotary Hall by the NpCoWork Space, Monday to Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m., and four (4) evenings each month (when available), from October 15, 2019 to October 15, 2020;
AND FURTHER THAT, Council agrees to act as the lead applicant for a grant submission on behalf of the NpCoWork Space for the hiring of a project manager.
AND THAT the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula’s (MNBP) contributions are in-kind services currently provided by the Municipality.
10. Resolution – Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury – Resolution 2019-275
Never Forgotten National Memorial
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #26-13-2019 Seconded by M. Myles
THAT Council supports Resolution 2019-275 from the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in regards to never forgotten national memorial in our communities.
Mayor McIver mentioned that he has received numerous complaints with respect to goose issues at the Lion’s Head Beach. He advised that the Town of Stratford has implemented a goose-management plan which involves the use of dogs and drones. Staff was requested to investigate this plan and report to Council at the next meeting. The CAO advised that, if the Municipality seeks a permit from the Federal Government with respect to the geese, the application requests whether a goose management plan is in place. Councillor Myles requested that we broaden the plan to address erosion issues, landscaping and other considerations.
Councillor Megan Myles reported she recently attended the AMO Conference in Ottawa. She attended a communication 101 workshop and it is evident that NBP is in the minority as to having a social media presence. She advised that she attended other sessions such as asset management, Municipal finance, long term financial planning, climate change and changes to blue box programs.
1. Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury- Resolution 2019-275 Never Forgotten National Memorial-duplicate from Agenda Item #10
2. E.J Phillips- 2019 Mid-season report for the Lions Head Harbour and Campground- staff to acknowledge and in future present in a staff report
3. Pastor Mike Quesnel- request for the fees to be waived for the use of the Community Centre on September 14th- Council approved and staff to acknowledge
4. Stephen and Martha Drake- Geese at the Lions Head Beach – staff to acknowledge
5. Kathy Dimaline- NBP Advocates- Conservation Authority Letter sent out by Honourable Jeff Yurek – staff to acknowledge
6. Nigel Grinsteed and Sandy Wilcox- Proposed Bruce Anchor Commercial Ventures – noted and filed
7. Jim and Ann Bartlett- Concerns with Air B&B at 210 Cape Chin North-staff to acknowledge
8. Kevin Doyle – STR issue now solved – staff to acknowledge
9. Jill Bourne- disputing parking ticket and issue with parking in Lion’s Head- forward to By-law – Council directed a review of the Parking By-law over the winter
10. Graham and Deryn Harkness- Bruce Anchor Cruises operating from Big Tub Resort and the former Symes property – staff to acknowledge
11. Judith Lodi – Lindsay Road 20 Ratepayers Association – requests for the Bass Road Boat Launches and Little Pine Harbour, signage – Public Works Department to review and prepare a staff report
12. Nancy Troietto- Widgeon Cove Wilderness Path – staff to acknowledge
13. Doug and Dana Holmes- concerns with respect to allowing Bruce Anchor Cruises being allowed to load their tour boats – staff to acknowledge
14. Laurie (Smokey) Golden- letter to Tracy Karasiewicz, Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services – Affordable Housing in Tobermory- noted and filed
15. Bruce County- Media Release- Bruce County Celebrates Entrepreneurial Success Across Generations- noted and filed
16. Bruce County- Media Release- Bruce County Deepens Understanding of Workforce Challenges- noted and filed
17. Bruce County- Media Release- Bruce County to develop 35 affordable rental units in Kincardine- noted and filed
18. The Seniors’ Summit Organizing Committee- invitation to the upcoming Seniors’ Summit September 24th and 25th at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound – provide attached poster to Council members
19. Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve- invitation to workshop on September 24, 2019 at the Mono Community Centre – noted and filed
20. Lynn Szymezko- Environmental Offences- noted and filed
21. Lynn Szymezko- Environmental Documentary- noted and filed
22. Lynn Szymezko- Ontario electricity records smashed in June- noted and filed
23. Tena Michiels- support for the Township of Warwick’s resolution regarding enforcement for safety on family farms in Ontario- noted and filed
24. Municipality of Bluewater- support for the resolution regarding reducing litter and waste in our communities- noted and filed
25. Township of Papineau-Cameron- resolution in regards to amalgamation- noted and filed
Moved by L. Golden Resolution #26-14-2019 Seconded by D. Myles
THAT the correspondence items #14-17 and #19-25 be received for information, as printed and circulated.
READING OF BY-LAWS
Moved by J. Mielhausen Resolution #26-15-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT the following listed by-laws be given 1st, 2nd and 3rd reading and enacted:
2019-75 BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO AND THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-76 BEING A BY-LAW TO AMEND THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA BY-LAW NO. 2002-54, AS AMENDED, BEING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA [PART LOTS 11, 12, 13, CONCESSION 6, WBR, PLUS 66-FOOT STRIP ALONG SHORE (EASTNOR),423 SHAW ROAD MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA]
2019-80 BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH THE EASY FARM – PIERCE PIMISKERN AND THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA
2019-82 BEING A BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA HELD MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 2019
There is no Closed Session for Council Meeting No. 19-26, August 26, 2019.
RECONVENE FROM “CLOSED SESSION” TO RESUME COUNCIL MEETING
There is no Closed Session for Special Council Meeting No. 19-26, August 26, 2019.
Moved by M. Myles Resolution #26-16-2019 Seconded by L. Golden
THAT the meeting adjourns at 3:04 p.m.