Friday, May 19, 2017

Local Gov't Mtgs - Wk of May 23 - 26

Due to the upcoming long weekend, next week is an abbreviated one for local governments of the Cariboo-Chilcotin however the following ones are meeting next week:

Quesnel - Firstly, a meeting of the Policy/Bylaw Review Standing Committee will take place on Tuesday, May 23rd at 2pm in Quesnel Council Chambers (4th Floor - 410 Kinchant St).  On the Agenda:

* Political Campaign Sign Bylaw - Debrief/Lessons Learned Post May 9, 2017 Provincial Election (Discussion)
* Tree Bylaw - Debrief - Post May 11, 2017 West Quesnel Land Stability (Discussion)

View the full Agenda here

Then a Regular Council Meeting at 7pm on Tuesday, May 23rd in Quesnel Council Chambers

On the Agenda:

* Report from Mayor Simpson re: May 12th CRD Board Meeting
* Reports from 2017 NCLGA Convention - Councillors Roodenburg/Paull
* McLean Street Housing Complex - Development Permit
* Daylighting of Dragon Creek (West Fraser Timber Park) along with request for letter of support from Baker Creek Enhancement Society
* Rural Dividend Third Intake – Project Development Stream – Cultural Centre
* Shipping Containers in Residential Areas as Accessory Buildings
* Website Refresh Update
* Development Permit - 855 Rita Road
* Webcasting of Quesnel Council Meetings
* Kinchant Street Parking Reconfiguration (200 Block)
* Bylaw of the Month - Unsightly Properties
* Letters from Quesnel Downtown Business Improvement Association - Request for Community Event Road Closure - Billy Barker Days Gold Dust Mall; Quesnel Tillicum Society - Request for Letter of Support for Pow Wow Grant Application and Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association - Request for Support of Municipal Regional District Tax Application

View the full Agenda here

Williams Lake - Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 23rd at 6pm in Williams Lake Council Chambers (450 Mart St).  On the Agenda:

* Delegation: Amanda Fuller, Queens Director and Davana Mahon, Queens Coordinator re Presentation of 2017 Stampede Queen Contestants

* Pickup Truck Tender Award
* Economic Development Workplan
* Development Permit Application - DP #03-2017 - Platform Properties Ltd. - New Retail Building - 300-1185 Prosperity Way
* Sale of Museum - 113 Fourth Avenue North
* Into-Plan Aviation Mobile Fuel Agreement
* Solid Waste Management Review
* Gas Tax Strategic Priorities Fund 2017 Applications
* Pavement Rehabilitation 2017 - Final Budget
* Cultivating Connections: Plan H Grant Application for Play Boxes

View the full Agenda here

Also on Tuesday, May 23rd in WL Council Chambers, there will be a Public Hearing for Zoning Amendment Bylaw #2265, 2017 (former Cariboo Lodge site) at 7pm to rezone the property for the inSite Seniors Care home of 72 Beds.  If Council approves 3rd Reading on the same night, the rezoning application can be finalized as early as June 6th.  View the full Public Hearing Agenda here

100 Mile House - Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 23rd at 7pm in 100 Mile Council Chambers (385 Birch Avenue).  On the Agenda:

* In-Camera Session at 6:30pm as per Sections 90(1a,d,k - appointment, security of property and negotiations) of the Community Charter with Open Session to follow immediately at 7pm

* Delegation: Nigel Hemingway re: DVP Application – Hillside Community Church (Agenda Item I1)
* By-Law Officer Report for the period of April 1st – 30th, 2017
* Request from Royal Canadian Legion Branch 260 to Request to reprofile Grant in Aid
* Statement of Financial Information Report 2017
* 100 Mile Fire Department Tenders for SCBA/Compressor
* Approve updating Signing Authorities for the District's Bank Accounts

View the full Agenda here

* Friendly reminder that the 2017 Season of the McLeese Lake Farmers' Market starts up this Sunday from 9am - 1pm between the Oasis Pub and Cafe 

* Also May Day Parade in Likely on Saturday, May 20th in downtown Likely along with Highway 24 from 7am - 6pm (More details here) along with Little Britches Rodeo this long weekend in 100 Mile House - more details here

Whatever your plans this long weekend - stay safe and have fun!!


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