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AGM & Council Meeting Highlights for June 16, 2014

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17th Annual Volunteer Appreciation Awards and Luncheon on April 21

Soroptimist Breakfast Fashion Show

Come Hike with Us - Hike for Hospice

The Osoyoos Art Gallery Presents Portraits and Ceremics

Tide to Table at the Sol Grill Room & Lounge

Osoyoos Concert Series & Osoyoos Credit Union - A Children's Festival

INVITATION to Public Consultation Osoyoos Community Health Centre May 9, 2018

Town of Osoyoos Big Bike Community BBQ Fundraiser on May 4

Great Day of Adventure

AGM & Council Meeting Highlights for June 16, 2014

Click on either button to watch the video of the Annual General Meeting and the Regular Open meetings.
 
Annual General Meeting  Regular Open
 
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

  • Mayor’s Message
  • Council Reported on the year’s activities, Directors presented their section of the Annual Report
  • Public Question Period – questions from Sy Murseli addressed

REGULAR OPEN / DELEGATIONS

  • British Columbia Fruit Growers’ Association – presented by Greg Lucas, General Manager

CORRESPONDENCE

  • Report from Okanagan Basin Water Board – June 5, 2014 meeting highlights
  • Osoyoos & District Museum and Archives – Letter of appreciation received for Town grant

BYLAWS

  • First three readings – Public Moorage Regulations Amendment Bylaw No. 1287.01, 2014 and Municipal Ticket Information Systems Amendment Bylaw No. 1279.08, 2014.  Issues with power loading has caused a large dip in the boat loading area.  An additional $19,000 extension to the ramp was required to be installed as a result. Power loading is a prohibited activity by the Boating Association. The Town’s bylaw enforcement officers will be responsible for ticketing.  The harbor master will communicate the regulation to boaters.

BUSINESS

  • Community Works Fund Agreement - Council authorizes the Mayor and Corporate Officer to sign the Agreement for April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2024.
  • Council approved forwarding a letter of condolence and support to the Mayor and Council of the City of Moncton on the loss of three and injury of two RCMP Members in the line of duty.
  • Osoyoos Senior Centre – Staff to develop a letter of support for the Osoyoos Senior Centre for the New Horizons grant program.
  • Sewer Servicing of the Butula Property - Administration to bring to Council further information in three weeks’ time on Town boundary extension processes to assist Council with its decision making.
  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch 173 – Staff to develop a letter of support for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 173 for the New Horizons grant program.

REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

Copies of reports are available within the Council Agenda packages located on the Town’s website. 
 
The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00AM on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 PM to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business.
 
 

Event date: 
Monday, 16 June, 2014
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