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REPORTING · 30th June 2013
Walter McFarlane
Kitimat City Council meets on Tuesday, July 2nd for their Regular Meeting at the Council Chambers in Northwest Community College at 7:30 pm. There are no presentations, but there are four motions from Council.

Councillor Corrine Scot has one motion, for the District of Kitimat to release a newsletter quarterly to keep the people of Kitimat informed.

Councillor Mary Murphy has two motions. The first is consult with the Department of Fisheries about the garbage left on the beach left from camping on the riverbed. The second motion is to request a presentation from Kitimat Understanding the Environment concerning the landfills.

The final motion comes from Mayor Joanne Monaghan. The motion is to lobby for a Trauma Centre at the Kitimat General Hospital.

There are four reports. Two are travel grant requests from the Kitimat Marlin Swim Club. There is a report concerning trapping within District Boundaries. The final report concerns a structural change application for a liquor primary Licence from the Kitimat Hotel.
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Comment by mmurphy on 3rd July 2013
Brad, the sound system is new, not borrowed, and if there are issues with the sound system, DOK needs to be informed so that improvements may be made. the newsletter was explained, the motion came from Councillor Scott, a good motion with the intent of keeping the public informed. Early in 2012 our CEO suggested periodic town hall meeting which was not well received, and although there is a monthly newsletter from the DOK not everyone has access to it. Small cost to the community and hopefully informative. But if it is not well received it can be changed. thanks for your comments regarding this.
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Comment by Brad Loran on 2nd July 2013
Just watched the council meeting and was quite impressed with the sound system they borrowed from Tamitik Arena (what a joke) and was just wondering who is going to pay for the mailing of said newsletter they are planning on sending to residents. For me it doesn't matter as I have been picking up my mail for the last 9 months.