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June 24 2014 Regular Council Meeting

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Date: 
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

PUBLIC INPUT

  • Ms. S. Ireland spoke to Council with regards to the unsightly premises located at the corner of Hill and Birch.  Ms. Ireland advised Council she was pleased to see a large black dumpster had been placed on the property for clean-up
  • Ms. G. Prowal spoke to Council regarding the unsightly premises located at the corner of Hill and Birch

GENERAL MATTERS - Delegations and Recognitions

  • Mayor Roline displayed a blanket that was presented to the City by NVIT in celebration of their 30th Anniversary

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  • Wind Onion Project; Ms. S. Reynolds to present to Council
    File: 0250

    City response not required as the Museum has notified the City on June 19, 2014 that they have secured arrangements for the Wind Onion
     

BYLAWS

  • Nil

NEW BUSINESS

  • THAT Council approves the City of Merritt Statement of Financial Information for the year ended December 31, 2013 as presented; AND THAT the Mayor and Financial Services Manager be authorized to sign the Statement of Financial Information on behalf of the City
  • THAT Council approve Development Permit Application DP2014-H (3713 DeWolf Way) and authorizes issuance of the permit subject to the requisite security bond being received for landscaping and receiving final consent from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure 
  • THAT Council provide a letter of support to the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame Society for their grant application to the Gaming Commission

REPORTS FROM COUNCIL

  • Councillor Baker attended the retirement of Tom McDonaugh and wished Tom all the best during his retirement 
  • Councillor Christopherson also wished Tom McDonaugh all the best in his retirement
  • Mayor Roline attended the joint Princeton/Merritt School District No. 58 aboriginal graduation ceremony, the Nicola Support Tool meeting, Tom McDonaugh’s retirement, Aboriginal Day celebrations and presented 6 girls from Merritt on their achievements within Girl Guides 


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