Council approved at its March 26 regular meeting the motion to proceed with the estimated cost of $12,600 for a subdivision of hangar lots. This includes surveying, registration of the plan and lots with land titles, as well as notifying the appropriate government branches, utility companies and surrounding landowners. The cost is based on the building of eight hangar lots and the roadway to the airport. The remainder of the land including the runway and tarmac would be on a separate title.
Coun. Dave Harrison moved the second reading while Coun. Rob Ficiur moved the third reading of the Traffic Control Bylaw. The changes included the fines to coordinate with the Traffic Safety Act and the addition of the meaning of ‘reside’ and removing a section. First reading was past at March 12 meeting.
Animal Control Bylaw
Coun. Terrie Matz made the motion for the third reading of the Animal Control Bylaw, which council approved. The change was the addition of the meaning of ‘stray cats’ and the removal of sections which allowed residents to borrow cat traps from the town. Cat traps will no longer be provided by the town.
Campsite rental revenue
Coun. Matz moved for the town to transfer $11,500 from the 2017 operating budget campsite rental revenue to park reserves for future projects
Sign rental revenue
Coun. Matz put a motion forward for the town to transfer $5,500 from the 2017 operating budget sign rental revenue into arena reserves.