Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula Council Meeting Minutes May 10, 2021

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Members Present: Mayor Milt McIver, Deputy Mayor Debbie Myles (via Zoom), Councillor Laurie (Smokey) Golden, Councillor James Mielhausen, Councillor Megan Myles 

Staff Present: Cathy Addison, Clerk, Tessa Swanton, Deputy Clerk, Peggy Van Mierlo-West, Chief Administrative Officer, Carol Hopkins, Bylaw Enforcement Officer, Ryan Deska, Community Services Manager (via Zoom)

Others Present: Jack Van Dorp and Eric Steele, Bruce County Planning (via Zoom), Graham and Deryn Harkness on behalf of Big Tub Road North Residents (via Zoom), Paul Wagenaar, Food Security Coordinator, Unit Way of Bruce/Grey (via Zoom)

Note: Some members of Council and staff were present in the Municipal Office Council Chamber and the meeting was held via zoom, an electronic platform, for members of the public to attend.

Note: In the absence of the ability to vote by a show of hands, in accordance with By-law No. 2021-08, Section 3- 64.3, Council votes will be recorded for resolutions presented at electronic Council meetings.

Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest and General Nature Thereof

Mayor McIver called the meeting to order at 1:01 p.m. and Council members were reminded to disclose any pecuniary interest and the general nature thereof that may arise during the meeting.

Councillor Mielhausen declared a pecuniary interest with respect to Correspondence Item #4 as he is a “part owner of a STA”.

Councillor Myles declared a pecuniary interest with respect to Correspondence Item #4 “on STA regulations because I own a hostel/ B&B in the Municipality”.

Approval of the Agenda

Resolution #16-01-2021, Moved by J. Mielhausen, Seconded by M. Myles 

THAT the content of the agenda be approved as printed.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes 

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried. Carried

Adoption of the Minutes

Re: Council Meeting No. 21-15, April 26, 2021

Resolution #16-02-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by D. Myles

That the minutes of Council Meeting No. 21-15, April 26, 2021 be approved as printed and circulated.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Public Meeting

1. Public Meeting- Corner

Re: Official Plan Amendment L-2020-014

Zoning By-law Amendment Z-2020-083

7178 Highway 6

Mayor McIver welcomed Eric Steele, Planner with Bruce County Planning, to the meeting.

Eric Steele summarized the proposal to permit a broader range of uses within the existing buildings and structures on the subject lands, without increasing the wastewater flows to the existing sewage disposal system. He indicated that the Local Official Plan Amendment proposes to change the zoning from Residential and Recreational Commercial to Highway Commercial and the Zoning By-law Amendment proposes to change the zoning from R1- Detached Residential and OS- Open Space to Highway Commercial and Industrial- Special Exception.

Eric Steele advised that the applications request to change the permitted uses for the subject lands to include a lodge and office space, mini-storage units, tradesperson business and uses accessory to a golf course. He noted that the daily design septic flow will be capped at 4,500 litres per day unless a municipal/communal septic system is available to accommodate the flow or a hydrogeological report is completed to support additional development, if applicable.

In addition, Eric Steele stated that the property will be subject to Site Plan Control as requested by Municipal staff. It was noted that if development or alternations of the site are proposed in the future, a Site Plan Control agreement would have to be completed.

The planner recommended that Council approve the applications.

Councillor Golden questioned how the daily design septic flow will be monitored. Eric Steele indicated that the limit on the septic flow has been incorporated into the Zoning By-law Amendment and if there is a future building permit application for the property, the limit will be addressed during that process. He said that By-law Enforcement would be notified if there is a noncompliance issue pertaining to the sewage system.

Eric Steele defined lodge and tradesperson business as per a request from Councillor Golden.

Jeff Thibodeau joined the meeting via Zoom and informed that he is one of four owners who recently acquired the property and the shop is not being used as a workshop at this time and he hopes to improve the exterior of the facility. He further said that he plans on maintaining the golf course area.

Resolution #16-03-2021, Moved by J. Mielhausen, Seconded by L. Golden

That Council adopts Official Plan Amendment Number L-2020-014 and the necessary by-law be forwarded to County Council for approval.

And that Council approves Zoning By-law Amendment Z-2020-083 as attached and that final adoption be considered after adoption of the Official Plan Amendment.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

2. Public Meeting Mazzotta

Re: Zoning By-law Amendment Z-2020-035

Pedwell Drive, Not yet assigned

Eric Steele stated that the purpose of the application is to permit the construction of a single detached dwelling, reduce the ground floor area to 59 square metres and reduce the front yard setback to 2.3 metres. In addition, the application proposes to rezone an area within the EH- Environmental Hazard zone to permit development of an elevated area to permit adequate setbacks for the proposed onsite septic system from the 100 year flood elevation.

Eric Steele noted that a retaining wall will be constructed on site to protect the property and septic system mantle area. He advised that the Environmental Impact Study (EIS) found no adverse impacts to the natural heritage features. He commented that the mitigation measures including sit fencing, construction timing, dark sky lighting and gravel driveway maintenance, will be included in the site specific zoning and Site Plan Control.

Eric Steele indicated that the sewage system must include technology that provides enhanced phosphorus removal. 

It was noted the Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA) was generally satisfied with the proposal and items were noted that are to be included in the Site Plan Control agreement.

The planner recommended approval of the application.

Councillor Myles questioned the process for reducing minimum ground floor requirements. Eric Steele stated that if Council wishes to reduce the minimum ground floor area provision for all dwellings, then the Zoning By-law could be amended as a means of encouraging attainable housing.

In response to an inquiry from Councillor Myles regarding precedent setting, Eric Steele advised that each application is individually reviewed based on site specific context.

Eric Steele confirmed that the Zoning By-law stipulates a minimum ground floor area of 70 square metres/ 753 square feet and a minimum habitable floor area of 92.9 square metres/ 1000 square feet.

Eric Steele read a written comment from Colleen Cardinal, a neighbouring property owner, expressing their strong opposition to the application.

Councillor Golden stated that she would prefer to defer the application as she would like to conduct a site visit.

Mayor McIver thanked Eric Steele for his presentations. 

Resolution #16-04-2021, Moved by M. Myles, Seconded by J. Mielhausen

That Council approves Zoning By-law Amendment Z-2020-035 as attached and the necessary by-law be forwarded for adoption.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: No

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: No

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Delegation

Delegation #1 – Paul Wagenaar, Food Security Coordinator, Unit Way of Bruce/Grey

Re: FoodBruceGrey.com Measuring the size and scope of Food Insecurity in Bruce/Grey

Mayor McIver welcomed Paul Wagenaar to the meeting via Zoom. 

Paul Wagenaar began by acknowledging the work that has been done in Northern Bruce Peninsula regarding food insecurity. 

Paul Wagenaar stated that food insecurity programs are largely volunteer based, organizations are not sharing information, most volunteer drivers transporting food are seniors, and there is a risk of food spoilage in the heat and winter travel can be an issue.

Paul Wagenaar explained that people can be embarrassed to ask for help regarding food insecurity as there is a stigma surrounding the topic. He emphasized that food banks are only part of the solution as food insecurity and hunger are linked to poverty and a lack of affordable and safe housing.

To help fight food insecurity, Paul Wagenaar stated that they are trying to collaborate with all food organizations in communities, like food banks, meal programs, and community gardens.

Paul Wagenaar informed that an improved reporting tool was created by the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) where Nuclear Promise X (NPX) developed FoodBruceGrey.com. He provided an overview of the data entry screens for foodbanks, meal programs, and community gardens, where they are able to enter information in the tool, such as the amount of food distributed each month. It was noted that food demand has risen by 300% during the pandemic and organizations are having difficulty meeting demand. He stated that 58% of all food produced goes into the landfill and wasted food is a large emitter of greenhouse gases.

Goals for 2021 were presented including continued support, use of data from the tool, and raising awareness of Foodthoughts.ca.

Paul Wagenaar commended Northern Bruce Peninsula organizations, such as the Tobermory Meeting Place, and Tobermory and Lion’s Head foodbanks. 

Mayor McIver thanked Paul Wagenaar for his presentation on behalf of United Way of Bruce/Grey. 

Delegation #2 – Graham and Deryn Harkness on behalf of Big Tub Road North Residents

Re: Request for changes to the Parking By-law regarding Big Tub Road

Mayor McIver welcomed Deryn Harkness to the meeting via Zoom. Deryn Harkness advised that she is presenting on behalf of nine Big Tub Road North residents.

Deryn Harkness requested that Council change the location of the approved 25 parking spaces on Big Tub Road 250 feet from the east to the west, and this would include moving seven signs. She noted that this change would result in a positive effect for nine residents and one business owner as it would allow trucks to safely enter all driveways. The suggested relocated parking spaces would be for 12 vehicles and the longer walk for visitors may act as a deterrent for carrying kayaks, etc. to the end of the road to launch.

Deryn Harkness cited sections of Parking By-law No. 2020-71 and said that people do park in such a position to obstruct traffic and people do park and obstruct an entrance/exit from a private or public driveway, resulting in by-law infractions. Deryn Harkness referred to attached emails and asked that the safety concerns be addressed to make lives for residents safer. 

Councillor Golden requested confirmation that Brent Robins was not part of the nine residents requesting the change. She further commented on tourism, a balance between visitors and residents, the restored lighthouse, the reduction to 25 vehicles, and the possibility of requests to eliminate parking on the entirety of the road in the future. Councillor Golden agreed that congestion should be reduced.

Carol Hopkins, By-law Enforcement Officer, explained that the parking spaces were placed in that area as there is a wide enough shoulder to accommodate the vehicles. 

The Clerk left the meeting at 2:21 p.m.

The Clerk returned to the meeting at 2:22 p.m.

The Deputy Mayor exited the Zoom meeting and joined by telephone at 2:23 p.m. due to technical difficulties.

Mayor McIver advised that the amended Parking By-law is being considered on today’s agenda for passage and the By-law Enforcement Officer can bring a report to the May 25, 2021 Council meeting regarding the request for additional by-law amendments.

Councillor Myles noted that there may be additional areas that should be included in the by-law.

The CAO recommended a staff report be presented to Council at the next meeting regarding today’s suggestions from the presentation.

The Clerk left the meeting at 2:25 p.m.

The Clerk returned to the meeting at 2:26 p.m. 

Mayor McIver thanked Deryn Harkness for her presentation. 

Consideration of Agenda Items

1. Deputy Clerk Report No. DC 21-03

Re: V3 Media Centre News Module (Website Upgrade)

Councillor Myles suggested that the news subcategories be removed and all news items be posted in one overall news category. She also asked that the by-law complaint form be converted to a fillable website form. 

Resolution #16-05-2021, Moved by M. Myles, Seconded by J. Mielhausen

That Council approves the upgrade to the V3 Media Centre News Module as presented by our Municipal website provider, eSolutions Group Limited, including a transition cost of $4,830 for the new software to be funded through the Modernization Reserve;

And that Council approves the Municipality amending the current Host Servicing Agreement to reflect the upgrade to the V3 Media Centre News Module;

And that Council supports consideration of the passage of By-law No. 2021-44 at its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

2. Clerk Report No. C 21-21

Re: Site Servicing/Easement Agreement 

1415747 Ontario Inc. – Brent Robins

Part Farm Lot 5 W/S Bury Road Plan Bury, Parts 1 & 8 3R2485 except Part 1 3R8806 (former St. Edmunds), Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula situated locally at 22 Legion Street.

The Deputy Mayor returned to the meeting via Zoom at 2:30 p.m. and ended the telephone call.

Resolution #16-06-2021, Moved by J. Mielhausen, Seconded by D. Myles 

That Council considers entering into a Site Servicing/Easement Agreement with 1415747 Ontario Inc.- Brent Robins, for the property legally described as Part Farm Lot 5 W/S Bury Road Plan Bury, Parts 1 & 8 3R2485 except Part 1 3R8806 (former St. Edmunds), Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula situated locally at 22 Legion Street and described in PIN 33100-0428 as it relates to the installation of a Municipal sanitary sewer line service being constructed on private property legally;

And further that, Council will consider passage of the enacting By-law No. 2021-39 at its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes 

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried 

3. Clerk Report No. C 21-22

Re: Bruce County File No. Z-2021-008 (Brian & Carol Porter)

Legal Description: Concession 8 WBR Part Lot 26 RP 3R6540 Parts 9 & 10 (Lindsay) Municipality Northern Bruce Peninsula 

43 Sadler Creek Road

Roll Number: 410966000131901

Resolution #16-07-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by M. Myles

THAT Council supports the passage of By-law No. 2021-40, being a by-law to amend the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula Comprehensive Zoning By-law No. 2002-54, as amended, as it relates to property legally described as Concession 8 WBR Part Lot 26 RP 3R6540 Parts 9 & 10 (Lindsay) Municipality Northern Bruce Peninsula known as 43 Saddler Creek Road, to rezone the subject lands from “Planned Development (PD)” to “Resort Residential Special (R2-40-2021) and Environmental Hazard (EH)”.

AND THAT Council supports consideration of the passage of By-law No. 2021-40 at its regular meeting on Monday, May 10, 2021.

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes 

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

4. Clerk Report No. 21-24

Re: Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019, Grey Bruce Detachment Joint Proposal

The Clerk informed that community appointees will be appointed by the Joint Board and the board structure will be reviewed 18 months after its creation. She said that the Saugeen First Nations is unsure of their decision to join this board, at this time.

Resolution #16-08-2021, Moved by J. Mielhausen, Seconded by L. Golden

That Clerk’s Report No. C- 21-24, be received, and

That the Council of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula hereby supports Option 1, as included in this report, being a joint collaborative Board, including representation from the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, Township of Georgian Bluffs, Township of Chatsworth, Municipality of Meaford, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Township of Southgate, Town of South Bruce Peninsula, and the Saugeen First Nation, and

That each participating Municipality and First Nations Community appoint one (1) elected official to the joint Board, with provincial and community appointees to form at least 40% of membership, 20% respectfully, and

That staff are hereby directed to submit a joint proposal on behalf of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, in consultation with the other participating lower tiers, in support of Option 1.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

5. Chief Administrative Officer Report No. CAO 21-16

Re: Request for Rental Renewal – 5 Heron Point Road

The CAO confirmed that the agreement is valid for one year and the renters are responsible for the maintenance and general upkeep of the property. 

Resolution #16-09-2021, Moved by M. Myles, Seconded by D. Myles

THAT Council receives the report titled Request for Rental Renewal – 5 Heron Point Road, and;

THAT the Municipality renews the rental agreement with the Nature Conservancy of Canada NCC for the building located at 5 Heron Point Road in the amount of $750.00/month.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

6. Accounts Payable Voucher

Re: April 2021

Councillor Golden commented on the payment to Traffic Logistics for radar signs.

Resolution #16-10-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded J. Mielhausen

That Council receives approved Accounts Payable Voucher, April 2021, in the amount of $834,311.11.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

7. Resolution- Town of South Bruce Peninsula

Re: Lottery Licensing to Assist Small Organizations

Resolution #16-11-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by M. Myles 

That Council supports Resolution #R-226-2021 from the Town of South Bruce Peninsula with respect to lottery licensing to assist small organizations. 

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Other Business

Deputy Mayor Myles requested clarification with regards why parking lots were closed early this spring. The CAO clarified requirements under the provincial Stay-at-Home order, such as travellers being asked to stay home. She noted that parking lots are currently open.

Councillor Myles questioned the status of the shuttle agreement and if a Special Council meeting should be held to deal with it. The CAO stated that the agreement for the shuttle service in Lion’s Head between the Municipality and Celtic Sports and Arts Centre Inc. has been sent to the proponent for review.

Councillor Myles suggested that the 9:00 p.m. closure at The Gap be extended and that staff consider solutions to parking problems at Cabot Head Road.

Councillor Myles advised that she is registered for a Code of Conduct information session and suggested Council members email any questions and/or concerns that may be applicable for the session. 

Correspondence

1. Francesca Dobbyn- Ontario Introduces Legislation to Take Action Against Stunt Driving and Street Racing- Noted and filed 

2. Rayne Bryla, Scot Roberts, Sheryl Roberts, Rick Bryla- Pickle Ball in Lion’s Head- Ryan Deska, Community Services Manager, will speak with the Bluewater District School Board (BWDSB) regarding an updated agreement for use of the tennis court at Bruce Peninsula District School (BPDS) and use of the gymnasium, when 

available. A staff report will be presented a the next Council meeting.

3. Tobermory Chamber of Commerce- Request for support for the 2021 Canada Day Festival firework show

Resolution #16-12-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by M. Myles 

That Council supports the Tobermory Chamber of Commerce hosting the 2021 Canada Day Festival Fireworks display in Tobermory.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Have declared conflicts of interest, Councillor Myles and Councillor Mielhausen did not participate in the following portion of the meeting.

4. Siskinds The Law Firm- Short-Term Accommodations- Public Comments on Draft By-law(s) Further Public Consultation Request- The CAO confirmed that the Municipality has been discussing public consultation with the group and it would be unethical to engage in private meetings with the group outside of the organized public consultation process

Councillor Myles and Councillor Mielhausen resumed participation in the meeting at this time.

5. Grey Sauble Conservation Authority Minutes- March 24, 2021- Noted and filed

6. Drinking Water Source Protection- Source Protection Region’s 2020 Annual Report shows great progress!- Noted and filed

7. Drinking Water Source Protection- Source Protection Annual Progress Report- Noted and filed

Resolution #16-13-2021, Moved by J. Mielhausen, Seconded by L. Golden

That correspondence items #1, 2, 5, 6, and 7 be received as information as printed and circulated.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Resolution #16-14-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by D. Myles

That correspondence item #4 be received as information as printed and circulated.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: In conflict 

Councillor Myles: In conflict 

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Reading of By-Laws

Resolution #16-15-2021, Moved by D. Myles, Seconded by J. Mielhausen

By-law No. 2021-28

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 

By-law No. 2021-33

Being a By-Law to Adopt the Estimates of All Sums Required During the Year and Set the 2021 Tax Rates 

By-law No. 2021-34

Being A By-Law to Set Fees and Charges for The Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula 

By-law No. 2021-35

A By-Law to Authorize a Physician Recruitment Agreement Between the Municipality and Dr. Adam Matheson. 

By-law No. 2021-40

Being A By-Law to Amend the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula By-law No. 2002-54, as amended (Zoning – Porter)

By-law No. 2021-45

Being a By-Law to Confirm the Proceedings of the Council Meeting of The Corporation of The Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula Held Monday, May 10, 2021 

That the listed by-law(s) be given 1st, 2nd, and 3rd reading, and enacted. 

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Mayor McIver advised that Council was moving into Closed Session pursuant to Section 239 (2) of The Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, for the following reasons: b) personal matters about an identifiable individual including municipal or local board members and d) labour relations and employee negotiations (updates on hiring for Facilities Supervisor and Fire Chief).

Closed Session

Resolution #16-16-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by M. Myles

That Council move into closed meeting at 3:08 pursuant to Section 239 (2) of The Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, for the following reasons: b) personal matters about an identifiable individual including municipal or local board members and d) labour relations and employee negotiations (updates on hiring for Facilities Supervisor and Fire Chief).

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Reconvene from Closed Session to Resume Council Meeting

Resolution #16-17-2021, Moved by J. Mielhausen, Seconded by M. Myles 

That Council reconvenes from Closed Session at 3:42 and resumes the Council meeting.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried

Following a closed session meeting, Mayor McIver advised that Council received a verbal information update pertaining to the hiring of a Fire Chief and the status of the Facilities Supervisor position, which was provided by the CAO.

Adjournment 

Resolution #16-18-2021, Moved by L. Golden, Seconded by M. Myles

THAT the meeting adjourns at 3:45 p.m.

The Clerk proceeded to call and record the votes of Council:

Councillor Golden: Yes

Councillor Mielhausen: Yes

Councillor Myles: Yes

Deputy Mayor Myles: Yes

Mayor McIver: Yes 

The Clerk announced that the motion was carried.

Carried