Council Highlights – April 22, 2019 Regular Meeting

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Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday, April 22, 2019. The following resolutions were made regarding the Community Grant Program, the demolition of the Kindersley Water Tower, and the Transferring to Reserves for the 2018 fiscal year.

Council resolved to approve funding to successful applicants through the Community Grant Program. All applicants will be notified of the outcome.

The recommendation of selecting Adair's Demolition Ltd. by the Procurement Adjudication Committee was accepted by Council and they are the successful proponent for the Water Tower deconstruction project.

Council resolved to transfer funds from the 2018 fiscal year to the Fire Hall Reserve ($500,000), Pool Reserve ($500,000), and the Unspecified Reserve (155,000).

A resolution was made to authorize the addition of POLICY HRG-34 being the "Scent Sensitivity Policy" to the current Town of Kindersley Human Resources Manual.

The accounts paid by the Town of Kindersley were accepted as submitted in the amount of $388,154.12.

The second and final readings of Bylaw 05-19 Being a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw 10-17, a Bylaw to Regulate the Kindersley Airport, and to Provide for Airport Authority, Rules, Regulations, and Fees was approved.

The first reading of Bylaw 06-19 Being a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw 03-17, Known as the Official Community Plan of the Town of Kindersley was approved. The Bylaw will be brought forward to the May 13th Regular Meeting of Council. Public notice will be provided and a public hearing held.

Council approved the first reading of Bylaw 07-19 being a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw 04-14 Known as the Town of Kindersley Zoning Bylaw. This Bylaw will be brought forward to the May 13th Regular Meeting of Council. Public notice will be provided and a public hearing held.

Several proclamations were made including A Day of Mourning for Persons Killed or Injured in the Workplace (April 28), Emergency Preparedness Week (May 5-11), Economic Development Week (May 6-11), and National Public Works Week (May 19-25).

The Consent Agenda was approved including the following items Correspondence for Acceptance and Filling (Eston Kindersley Pumping Report – March 2019, Kindersley Scrap Metal Flyer, and MP Cheryl Gallant – Bill C68).

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