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2016-02-16_Council Agenda (Indexed for video)


COUNCIL
AGENDA



10:00 a.m.          
1
.  ADDITIONS/DELETIONS(added to end of Agenda) (skip to video)



2.         APPROVALoftheAGENDA(skip to video)


3.         MINUTES (skip to video)

A.    Public Hearing – October 20, 2015

B.    Special Session – November 16, 2015

C.    Public Hearing – December 15, 2015

D.    Regular Session – January 19, 2016

Councillor’s Comments (skip to video)

BUSINESS ARISING from the MINUTES (skip to video)
i.      Repeal Bridgetown Buildings Etc. in Unsafe Condition Bylaw – Final Reading


ii.    Repeal Bridgetown Deed Transfer Tax Bylaw – Final Reading

iii.   Repeal Bridgetown Deposits by Candidates at an Election bylaw – Final Reading

iv.   Repeal Bridgetown Loitering Bylaw – Final Reading

v.     Repeal Outdated Bridgetown Bylaws – Final Reading



6.         REPORTS and RECOMMENDATIONS (skip to video)

A.    Municipal Solicitor

      W. Bruce Gillis, Q.C. (January)

B.    Committee of the Whole (February 8th)

i.      AM-1.4.14 Low Income Tax Exemption Policy – Amend

ii.    AM-1.4.12 Tax Exemption and Reduction Policy – Amend

iii.   Cornwallis Community Gardens Association – Grant

iv.   Unnamed Road – Springfield

v.     Nova Scotia Power – Grant Easement at PID 05142039, Church St. Bridgetown North

vi.   Volunteer Week Selection Committee

vii.  Historic Gardens – Request for Letter of Support


11:00 a.m.          

PROCLAMATIONS – County Crier Peter Davies (skip to video)


A.    National Flag of Canada Day – followed by one verse of O Canada

B.    Nova Scotia Heritage Day

C.    African Heritage Month – followed by one verse of Lift Ev’ry Voice



GREETINGS (skip to video)

A.    Hon. Stephen McNeil, Premier

B.    Mr. Colin Fraser, MP, West Nova (Mr. Jason Deveau on his behalf)

C.    Hon. Tony Ince, Minister, Communities, Culture & Heritage and African Nova Scotian Affairs

D.    Michael Tompkins, Mayor, Town of Annapolis Royal

E.    Gail Smith, Councillor, Town of Middleton

F.    Lavinia Parrish-Zwicker, Chair, AVRSB

G.   Peter Cromwell, ANS Representative, AVRSB

H.   Krishinda McBride, Race Relations Cross Cultural Understanding and Human Rights Coordinator, AVRSB

I.      Geraldine Browning, Chair, Valley African Nova Scotia Development Association (VANSDA)

J.     Mr. Bill Reid, Principal, Bridgetown Regional High School (along with Student Council President Hailey Saunders and Vice President Jonathon Saunders

K.   Mr. James Gushue, Principal, Middleton Reginal High School (along with Student Council President Matthew Smith and Vice President Caroline Saxon)



7.      ANNUAL REPORTS(Refer to Policy AM-1.3.1 Presentation of Annual Reports) (skip to video) and cont'd at (skip to video)

A. Annapolis Basin Conference Centre – Beth Earle, Chief Executive Officer

B.  Annapolis County 4-H Club – Danny Phinney, President

C. Annapolis County Federation of Agriculture

D. Annapolis Co. Fire Services –Hilliard Ewing, President (to be circulated)

E.  Annapolis Co. Ground Search and Rescue – Barry Oliver, President

F.  Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens – John Mildon, Chair; Trish Fry, Manager

G. Annapolis Detachment, RCMP– S. Sgt. Dan MacGillivray

H. Annapolis Valley Exhibition – Rachel Taylor, General Manager

I.   Annapolis Valley Regional Library – Ann-Marie Mathieu, CEO

J.   Annapolis Valley Regional School Board – Margo Tait, Superintendent

K. South West Nova Transition House Association (Juniper House) – Rhonda Fraser, Outreach Worker

L.   Special Olympics Annapolis County – Derek Woodbury, Curling Coach

M. Trans County Transportation Society – Phil Milo, Chair; Bob Duff, Treasurer; Debbie Decker, General Manager

N.   Upper Clements Parks – Gino Thibault, General Manager

O. Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) Community Supports – (report not provided)

8.    CORRESPONDENCE
None.


12:00 p.m.          
  LUNCH

1:00 p.m.        
9.  ADDITIONS

2:30p.m.       
10.  ADJOURNMENT**


**AdjournmentPendingAgendaDiscussion;

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