Friday, February 10, 2017

Local Gov't Mtgs - Wk of Feb 13-17

The following local governments of the Cariboo-Chilcotin are meeting next week, as follows:

Wells - Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, Feb 14th at 7pm in Wells Council Chambers (4243 Sanders Avenue).  On the Agenda:

* Request to utilize the Wells-Barkerville School Facilities Gym for the 2017 Wells-Barkerville Graduation Students
* Second Intake of the District of Wells Grants In Aid Funding
* Proposed Changes to the Grant in Aide Function
* Consent Calendar
* In-Camera Meeting as per Sections 90(1c,d,e,k - labour,security,land and negotiations) of the Community Charter

View the full Agenda here

School District #28 (Quesnel) - Regular Board of Education Meeting on Wednesday, Feb 15th at 7pm in the SD28 Boardroom (401 Northstar Rd).  On the Agenda:

* Superintendent's Report/Monthly Intentions Report
* Amended Budget Bylaw for Fiscal Year 2016/2017
* 2017/2018 Budget Planning Process
* Cancellation of Continuing Education Retail Progress
* Trustee Remuneration
* Committee Reports

View the full Agenda here

Williams Lake - Committee of the Whole Session on Tuesday, Feb 14th at 6pm in the Rick Hansen Boardroom (Basement - 450 Mart St).  On the Agenda:

* Delegation: Jeff Pelley, Inspector/Detachment Commander & Dave Dickson, Manager of Community Safety re: Police Commission Report
* Councillor L. Walters re: Travel - Rural Healthcare Summit - Ottawa, Ontario
* River Valley Transportation Plan

View the full Agenda here

100 Mile House - Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, Feb 14th at 6pm in 100 Mile Council Chambers (385 Birch Avenue).  When available, the Agenda can be viewed here

Cariboo Regional District:

North Cariboo Rural Directors' Caucus - Regular Meeting on Tuesday, Feb 14th at 3pm in the CRD Quesnel Office (101 - 410 Kinchant St, Quesnel).

On the Agenda:

* Quesnel Volunteer Citizen of the Year Nominations
* Deferred Item - Appointment of Co-Chair for North Cariboo Joint Committee
* Remaining North Cariboo Appointments for 2017
* North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee Draft Terms of Reference
* In-Camera Session: 90(1k - negotiations) of the Community Charter

View the full Agenda here

North Cariboo Joint Committee - Regular Meeting on Tuesday, Feb 14th at 5:30pm in Quesnel Council Chambers (2nd Floor - 410 Kinchant St, Quesnel).  On the Agenda:

* Delegations (2) -- Quesnel Kangaroos & Alex Fraser Park Society

* NC Quesnel Arena Project Status Report
* Arena Replacement Project - Fundraising & Communication Update
* Arena Replacement Project Transition Report
* Joint Planning Committee Draft Terms of Reference - Committee Review
* 2017 Capital Budget Amendments - North Cariboo Recreation and Parks Service
* Request from Quesnel Council - JPC Resolution to endorse grant application to the Cariboo-Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition for the development of a Master Trails Strategy

View the full Agenda here

4 comments:

James MacKinnon said...

Re Williams Lake COW meeting.. interesting that they're presenting a police commission report for a non-existing police commission given the fact that although WL city council reluctantly voted to establish one in May 2016, nothing has ever been finalized. So what is this charade about? Who's fooling whom?

Steve Forseth said...

Thanks for your comment

According to Quesnel CAO Byron Johnson, in authoring a report to Quesnel's Executive Committe, he noted that after reviewing a conceptual plan for a Policing Committee that was to include representation from the CRD, First Nations and Community Policing, it was decided to form a Standing Committee of Williams Lake Council

The report can be viewed in full at https://quesnel.civicweb.net/FileStorage/FBE1F313AECC4A408C17BA734EEC10A8-Policing%20_%20Public%20Safety%20Committee%20Next%20Steps.pdf

Steve

James MacKinnon said...

So what I've said is accurate. No police commission for Williams Lake so things don't have to change as long as no one else is involved. The only change is instead of doing monthly RCMP reports now they're pretending there's actual oversight by "creating" a new name: police commission, which obfuscates the fact that nothing has changed. Council still has all the control over the local RCMP, no matter what they call it. Deception and confusion. A dangerous thing as proven in the past and citizens don't even understand.

Anonymous said...

WOW!