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REPORTING · 15th April 2013
Walter McFarlane
Council goes into By-Law overdrive tonight as they meet for their Regular Meeting of Council for Monday, April 15th. The meeting starts at 7:30 PM in the Council Chambers.

The meeting kicks off with a public hearing concerning a multi family planned development bylaw.

There are three presentations. The first comes from Staff Sergeant Phil Harrison with his Monthly Policing Report. Then comes Liz MacDonald with a presentation concerning Mrs. Baker’s Grade 4/5 Class contribution to the Food Share Program. Finally, it’s Luis Teves with a presentation on Drainage and building problems.

After approving minutes, there is a motion concerning signage outside the new council location at the college campus.

Then Council goes into bylaws. There are two bylaws ready for adoption, the Revitalization Tax Exemption bylaw and the Animal Control Amendment bylaw. 3 readings will be given to Business License Amendment Bylaw which relates to the escort service, a bylaw concerning the 2013 Leisure Services Fees and Sewage Disposal Charges.

There will be 2nd reading on a multi family development bylaw and 1st reading for the “OCP GHG Target Bylaw.

There are 7 reports. A Travel grant request for the Kitimat Dynamic Gymnastics, a development permit for Husky and a temporary building permit for Rio Tinto Alcan. There is a report on use of Public land for Snow Valley Ford Sales, the Spring Clean up for 2013, the Municipal Conflict of Interest Commissioner and the 2013 - 2014 handy dart and Kitimat Transit operating agreements.