COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS: October 5, 2022
This blog looks at the highlights of the Council Meeting on October 5, 2022, 2022. What an exciting Agenda for our last meeting with lots of hot topics!
Today's Council Council Meeting was full of hot topics:
There was a lengthy presentation by Stefan Kreczunowicz a Consultant from Hemson Consulting Inc Development Charges (DC).
Council approved the introduction of Heritage Property Tax Rebate of 20%
Council supported applying for Connecting Link Funding in both Flesherton ans Markdale.
Council received the By-law Enforcement Status Report
Council received the Grey Highlands Fire 2022 Door-to-Door Alarm Campaign Results
Council received Lake Carrying Capacity Study Feasibility
HOT TOPIC Council denied planning application OP04.2022 Martin, Solomon
There were several Notice of Motions (NOM) including:
Councillor Allwood to include curbside pickup of waste and recycling materials for commercial businesses in Grey Highlands Settlement Areas and throughout the Municipality.
Mayor McQueen to create a Road Safety Committee to investigate further solutions to making Grey Highlands safer.
Mayor McQueen to create a committee for each of the facilities, which includes of Osprey-arena/community centre, Flesherton-arena/kinplex, Eurphasia-arena/Rocklyn community Centre, and Markdale-arena/community Centre.
Mayor McQueen to amend the by-law to control and license dogs and kennels to allow for up to an additional 7 Stays (fosters) dogs on top of the previously allowable number of dogs
During Councillor Privilege, I asked residents to give feedback on the budget.
To watch the Council Meeting live, go to www.greyhighlands.ca/watchlive.
Do not forget to check out my answers to ever question I have been asked during my 2022 campaign for mayor of Grey Highlands https://www.daniellevaliquette.ca/post/qs-from-constituents