REPORTING · 22nd March 2010
Kitimat City Council will hold their regular meeting on Monday, March 22nd at 7:30 PM in the Public Safety Building. If the last meeting was interesting, this one will be sure to please.
There are two presentations scheduled for the meeting. The first is by Mary Murphy who wishes to update Council on the Eurocan Viability Study. Then Barry Pankhurst will to talk about the Municipal Budget.
Under motions, Gerd Gottschling has a motion to invite Paul Henning to a City Council Meeting for an update on what is happening at Rio Tinto. Finally, Council has the Remuneration Bylaw.
There are three reports. The first is a report on amending the Liquor License for the Royal Canadian Legion. It will be followed by a report on the OCP from 2007-2008 and the statement of accounts for February.
Communications come next and there are 11 communications. The first 7 have one thing in common, the closure of KIR. However #7 is a series of 11 form letters from parents of Kitimat Minor Hockey and Figure Skating Youth. This is followed by a former resident who was not impressed with Monaghan‘s statement to the CBC. Next is a letter on Industrial Taxation from KTIDS.
Communications then orbit around a membership proposal, Northern Medical Programs Trust and the Big Bike Ride returning to Kitimat to raise funds for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
All this and new business at the City Council Meeting tonight.