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REPORTING · 3rd November 2014
Walter McFarlane
Kitimat City Council meets tonight, Monday, November 3rd. The meeting takes place at the City Council Chambers in the College from 7:30 pm onwards. The meeting begins with two public hearings. One public hearing concerning a tax on camps to provide money for housing and the other on Riverbrook Estates.

There is one presentation, on the Kitimat Air Shed Study by Greg Knox of Skeena Wild Conservation Trust.

Councillor Feldhoff has two motions, one for staff to report on the BC Emergency Health Care Faculties and one asking for a report on the hours of operation of the Recreational Services and if they are operating at a level equal to where they were prior to the Eurocan shutdown.

Under bylaws comes Council Remuneration and Riverbrook Estates.

Under reports, there are two development permit applications, one for No Frills and one for Riverbrook Estates. There is a report on the public hearing about camps from earlier in the meeting. Two reports concern Northern Development Initiative Trust, one is an application for Small Town Love while the other regards business façade improvement.

There is a report on two closed Council Meetings where the District will grant two grants of $50,000 each to Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club provided the club meets certain requirements. The report states the requirements for the first grant has been met and the money has been released.

There is a report on creating drop in tickets for the Leisure Access Program, a report on the long form census and a report on writing off two derelict trailers from the tax roll. In addition, there is the approval of minutes and reports from the City Councillors.