By Anna Smith
It’s largely business as usual for Bow Island Council, following their October 23 organizational and regular meetings.
The initial organizational meeting saw very few changes made since last year’s meeting, with only one change in the committee appointments; there was no change in meeting dates and times, remaining on the second and fourth Monday of each month starting at 6:30 p.m, and there is no change in the per diems, said Mayor of Bow Island Gordon Reynolds.
Councillor Dave Harrison was also returned in his role as Deputy Mayor, said Reynolds.
Council also reviewed the Council Code of Conduct Bylaw during the meeting, said Reynolds, and has asked Administration to bring forward possible changes that would see the bylaw apply to our various Boards and Committees.
During the regular meeting, there was little on the agenda during the short discussion, save for one piece of new business in the form of a request put forward by Administration, asking to remove the gates to various laneways in the Westview subdivision.
The request has been denied at this time, said Reynolds.