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Regular Meeting of Council

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

1:00 p.m., Magnetawan Community Centre

Present:  Mayor Sam Dunnett, Councillors Tim Brunton, Jack Crossman, Charlie Gray,

and John Hetherington

Staff:       Clerk-Administrator, Roger Labelle

Guest:     Municipal Auditor regarding 2014 financial statements of municipal corporation

Resolution no. 2015-196

Moved by: Councillor Hetherington

Seconded by: Councillor Gray

Be it resolved that the agenda for this Regular Meeting of Council be adopted with addendum. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-197

Moved by: Councillor Crossman

Seconded by: Councillor Gray

Be it resolved that the Consolidated Financial Statements for the Corporation of the Municipality of Magnetawan dated December 31, 2014, be adopted; and

Further that the Treasurer be authorized and directed to transfer $47,500.00 additional surplus

to the Roads Reserve of the Public Works Department. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-198

Moved by: Councillor Hetherington

Seconded by: Councillor Brunton

Be it resolved that the minutes of the special and regular Council meetings of June 10, 2015 be adopted. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-199

Moved by: Councillor Hetherington

Seconded by: Councillor Gray

Be it resolved that the minutes of the Recreation Committee meeting of May 19, 2015 be adopted. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-200

Moved by: Councillor Brunton

Seconded by: Councillor Crossman

Be it resolved that Municipal Vehicles shall remain at their respective work sites before and

after normal working hours, except for the following employees;

Municipal Vehicles Permitted to be Taken Home (home must be within municipal boundary)

Public Works Superintendent, Parks and Maintenance Manager, Fire Chief, the

Student-Recreation Coordinator, and other employees as designated by Council

from time to time; and that use of municipal vehicles be for work related purposes;

And further that this policy take effect immediately. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-201

Moved by: Councillor Hetherington

Seconded by: Councillor Gray

Be it resolved that the Community Centre Board minutes of June 17, 2015 be adopted. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-202

Moved by: Councillor Crossman

Seconded by: Councillor Brunton

Be it resolved that By-Law no. 2015-19 being a by-law to enter into an agreement for the joint enforcement of the Building Code Act, 1992 with the Town of  Kearney, be adopted. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-203

Moved by: Councillor Gray

Seconded by: Councillor Hetherington

Be it resolved that by-law no. 2015-20 being a by-law to provide and adopt optional tools for the purpose of administrating limits for commercial, industrial and multi-residential classes for 2015, be adopted. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-204

Moved by: Councillor Brunton

Seconded by: Councillor Crossman

Be it resolved that the Council of the Municipality of Magnetawan hereby supports the attached resolution from McKellar Township and the appointment of Henry Beier to the Seguin River System Standing Advisory Committee for water management in the Seguin watershed. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-205

Moved by: Councillor Hetherington

Seconded by: Councillor Gray

Be it resolved that resolution no. 2015-318 supporting a proposed small waterpower project on west side of the Magnetawan Dam by Green Bug Energy Inc., be rescinded. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-206

Moved by: Councillor Crossman

Seconded by: Councillor Brunton

Be it resolved that the attached 2015 gravel tender from Fowler Construction Company Limited for $227,910.27 hst included, be accepted;

And further that it be recorded that only one bid was received. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-207

Moved by: Councillor Brunton

Seconded by:  Councillor Crossman

Be it resolved that Charles Saunders be appointed Lead Hand for the PWD on a full-time permanent basis (40 hours a week) effective immediately, and be paid in accordance with the provisions of the CUPE collective agreement. Carried

Resolution no. 2015-208

Moved by: Councillor Hetherington

Seconded by: Councillor Gray

Be it resolved that Angela Baker be appointed to the Recreation Committee for the remaining term of Council. Carried

  • Council scheduled a special meeting on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 10:00 am to meet the engineer/architect to discuss structural improvements needed to the Fire Hall/Community Centre in Ahmic Harbour. Meeting will be held at the facility.

 

Resolution no. 2015-209

Moved by: Councillor Gray

Seconded by: Councillor Hetherington

Be it resolved that the attached accounts payable and payroll report for $528,033.71

be approved for payment. Carried

  • Councillor Crossman declared conflict on accounts payable report regarding lease

payment for the Ahmic Harbour Fire Hall

Resolution no. 2015-210

Moved by: Councillor Brunton

Seconded by: Councillor Crossman

Be it resolved that this regular meeting of Council now adjourns at 2:10 p.m. Carried

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Mayor                                                                                   Clerk

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