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REPORTING · 5th November 2012
Walter McFarlane
Kitimat City Council meets tonight, Monday, the Fifth of November, at 7:30 for their Regular Meeting of Council. The meeting kicks off with three presentations, but we’ve been told things will get shaken up from last week’s earthquake.

The meeting begins with Eleanor Kendell from the Kitimat Rotary Club with the Declaration of Kitimat as a Peace Community. Chad Marlatt is presenting next from TELUS, on the topic of proposed radio communications in Kitimat. Finally, Fatima Reynolds, the mental health team leader in Kitimat is presenting an update on information.

Under motions, there is a motion to appoint Angus McLeod to the Leisure Services Advisory Comission. Under bylaws, there are three readings for the District of Kitimat Remuneration bylaw and anticipated borrowing bylaw.

There are 7 reports including the statement of accounts. The first is concerns the presentation by TELUS. The second is the Kitimat Hotel putting in an application for a Primary Liquor License. There are two reports concerning the upcoming 2013 Municipal Budget and 1 concerning a past budget. Finally, there is a feasibility study on a plug in station for an electric vehicle in the City Centre Parking Lot.

There are no Communications.
RCMP report
Comment by mary on 15th November 2012
RCMP report was in the Oct. 15th council pkg, unfortunately staff sergeant was unable to attend the meeting, will be delivering the report at the next council meeting...this monday.
Frustrated
Comment by Ted Bergen on 6th November 2012
Shhhhhhhhhhhh. The city council doesn't want the police to let us know what's actually happening in town.
This is typical...
Comment by Apocalypse now on 6th November 2012
Trying to get pertinent info ,from the police on sexual assaults ,drugs or anything else that matters is hopeless. Council needs to hold the police up to a bit more scrutiny when the police go and give their report to council.
POLICE REPORT
Comment by FRUSTRATED on 5th November 2012
WHY HAVENT WE SEEN OR HERD OF THE MONTHLY POLICE REPORT OR ANYTHING ON THE DRIVE BY SHOOTING?