City Council Meeting - June 25, 2018
Deputy Mayor appointment
Coun. David Oldham was sworn in as Deputy Mayor for the term of June 26 to Oct. 22, 2018.
June 11, 2018, Regular Council Meeting Minutes and June 18, 2018, Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes
Council approved the June 11, 2018, Regular Council meeting minutes and the June 18, 2018, Committee of the Whole meeting minutes.
Corey Levasseur, General Manager of Planning and Infrastructure, and David Wolanski, General Manager of Community and Protective Services, were presented with service awards for having completed 10 years of service as administrators in local government.
Public delegation – Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Edmonton Region
Dennis Peck, representing the Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Edmonton Region, made a presentation on Bylaw C-1045-18 - Surface Drainage Bylaw. Council received the presentation as information.
Council gave second and third reading to Bylaw C-1045-18 , which provides for the ongoing operation of the City’s lot grading program. This new bylaw will replace Bylaw C-903-15.
Council gave third reading to Bylaw C-1029-18 to redistrict land within the North Central Area Structure Plan from UR - Urban Reserve District to R1 - Low to Medium Density Residential District.
Council gave first reading to Bylaw C-1049-18 , which will redistrict a 2.3 ha portion of NE 5-53-27-4 from UR - Urban Reserve District to R1 - Mixed Low to Medium Density Residential District. Stage 17 is the final stage in the Springate neighbourhood.
Council gave third reading to Bylaw C-1046-18 , the Development Fees and Fines Bylaw.
Council gave first and second reading to Bylaw C-1047-18 , which proposes regulations related to cannabis consumption in public.
Council gave first and second reading to Bylaw C-1043-18 , which establishes a code of conduct for elected officials.
Council passed a motion for City Administration to explore opportunities for a presentation on crime prevention in the community and report back to council.
Community Safety Initiative
Council passed a motion for City Administration to implement an enhanced community policing initiative at a cost of $100,000 with $50,000 being expended from Council Contingency.
Council received the following board and committee meeting minutes as information: