Friday, May 11, 2018

Local Gov't Mtgs - Wk of May 14-18

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

Wells - Special Council Meeting on Monday, May 14th at 7pm in Wells Council Chambers (4243 Sanders Avenue) to receive/approve the 2017 Audited Financial Statements.  Read the full Agenda here

Quesnel - Meetings as noted below, all in Quesnel Council Chambers (4th Floor, 410 Kinchant St):

Executive Committee - Meeting on Tuesday, May 15th at 12:00 noon.  On the Agenda:

* Canada Day Planning - Discussion
* Reid Street Project Update
* 9 Wheel Logging Truck Traffic Update
* Children's Charter - Committee Discussion
* Clean Team Update

View the full Agenda here

Municipal Council - Meeting on Tuesday, May 15th at 7pm.   On the Agenda:

* Committee Reports
* Province to amend Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing Program - Discussion
* Quesnel Emergency Plan Bylaw Amendment - Overtime for Staff
* Lease Renewal - Residential Garbage Truck Storage
* Northern Development Initiative Trust Grant Applications - May 2018 Intake
* Revised 2018 Tax Rates (Revised Residential School Tax)

View the full Agenda here

SD28 - Regular Board of Education Meeting on Wednesday, May 16th at 7pm in the SD28 Boardroom (401 North Star Rd).  When available, the Agenda can be viewed here

Williams Lake - Special Council Meeting on Monday, May 14th at 4pm in WL Council Chambers (450 Mart St) to receive the 2017 Audited Financial Statements.  Click here

Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 15th at 6pm in WL Council Chambers.  On the Agenda:

* Delegations (3) -- Stefanie Hendrickson, DWLBIA re Approval of New Entrepreneur Attraction Video; Presentation of 2018 Stampede Queen Contestants and Mary Forbes, Potato House Project re Bicycle Festival 2018

* Poll of Council - NDIT Grant Application for Williams Lake Airport Groundside and Departure Upgradesbb
* DVP #03-2018 - ICE Developments Ltd. (BC Retail Partners Ltd.) - Off-Street Parking Reduction for Proposed Drive-Thru Restaurant - 850 Oliver Street - Approval
* DP #02-2018 - ICE Developments Ltd. (BC Retail Partners Ltd.) - Proposed Drive-Thru Restaurant - 850 Oliver Street - Approval
* Encroachment - 1205 Pigeon Avenue
* Parking Lot Use Agreement - Second Avenue and Proctor Street - Williams Lake Association for Community Living
* DP Application - M.H. King Excavating Ltd. - Construction of New Office/Storage Building - 4023 Frizzi Road
* 2 Recommendations from Committee of the Whole for ratification

View the full Agenda here

Cariboo Regional District - South Cariboo Joint Committee to meet on Monday, May 14th at 12:30pm in 100 Mile House Council Chambers (385 Birch Avenue).  On the Agenda:

* Delegation: Elcy LePage and David Rhodes from Interior Roads - General Update

* 100 Mile Wranglers Hockey Club Society - Use and Occupancy Agreement Renewal
* South Cariboo Recreation Centre Expansion Working Group Meeting Notes - April 5, 2018 (Notes to be provided to the Committee at the meeting)
* South Cariboo Recreation Referendum FAQ - General Committee Discussion

View the full Agenda here


Anonymous said...

So the ec dev officer for Williams Lake city is looking for an encroachment agreement with the city. Looked in the newspaper and didn't see any public notices. Nothing on the city's website under public notices, either, as required by the Community Charter. Is Mrs. Veenkamp being given special treatment for this because of her status? Appears neighbours are already frustrated with her husband's cat traps trying to make sure neighbourhood cats don't come on their property and now this; city-owned land being used to hide the traps and agreements without proper process. Missing cats ... same as their last neighbourhood on 9th Ave. What's next, city hall?

Steve Forseth said...

To clarify, there is no requirement under the community charter in relation to encroachment agreement on private land which you reference unless it was public land in question. In such case, that would be disposition of land and section 26(1) of the community charter would apply. Ms. Veenkamp is being treated no differently than any member of the public

Anonymous said...

Could be some special treatment in this case as the easement on Pigeon Ave. is 7 feet NOT 5 feet as stated in the report.