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Council Meeting Highlights for April 18, 2017

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Annual General Meeting on June 18, 2018

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



Council Meeting Highlights for April 18, 2017

Click on either button to watch the video of the Committee of the Whole and the Regular Open Meetings.

 

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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

Delegations

  • Angela Nagy, CEO GreenStep Solutions Inc. made a presentation to council regarding the Overview of Consultation and Business Education Campaign.  GreenStep Solutions Inc. is  contracted by the RDOS to undertake a business education campaign for small and medium sized businesses as well as multifamily developments on the subjects for recycling and organic waste management. Their goals is to raise awareness and input broad engagement amongst the business community and multifamily development prior to starting the communication and outreach strategy.
  • Marilyn Mulldoon and Brenda Dorosz made a presentation regarding the Doctor shortage in Osoyoos.  Residents for Healthcare is a small group comprised of Ms. Mulldoon, Mrs. Dorosz and Gaye Horn.  The group is researching creative healthcare solutions.  Mrs. Dorosz presented a petition with 1,194 signatures regarding the need for doctors. There was discussion around a walk in clinic.

REGULAR OPEN MEETING

Bylaws

  • Lacey Point Sewer System Parcel Tax Amendment Bylaw No. 1158.04, 2017 – was adopted. This Bylaw was established to recover costs associated with the specified areas sewer infrastructure improvements.  In 2016 there were 41 parcels.  In 2017 one of the properties was subdivided bringing the parcels to 42.
  • Waste Management Services and Regulations Amendment Bylaw No. 1309.03, 2017 was adopted. This Bylaw was established to set regulations for services to collect and dispose of solid waste and recyclable materials within the Town of Osoyoos, and for materials accepted at the Osoyoos Sanitary landfill.
  • Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 1230.16, 2016 was adopted. This Bylaw is regarding the Application for Comprehensive Development of 4217 Lakeshore Drive. The Bylaw amendments will enable comprehensive development of the property located at 4217 Lakeshore Drive for mixed housing along with a small amount of commercial space.
  • Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.96, 2016 was adopted. This Bylaw is regarding the Application for Comprehensive Development of 4217 Lakeshore Drive. The Bylaw amendments will enable comprehensive development of the property located at 4217 Lakeshore Drive for mixed housing along with a small amount of commercial space.
  • Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.101, 2016 was adopted. This Bylaw is regarding the Application for Comprehensive Development of 4217 Lakeshore Drive.  The Bylaw amendments will enable comprehensive development of the property located at 4217 Lakeshore Drive for mixed housing along with a small amount of commercial space.

Business

  • Council approved that 2017 Annual General Meeting Date be set for Monday, June 19 2017 at 1:00 PM in the Council Chambers and that the Regular Open Meeting of Council begin immediately following the AGM.
  • Council approved the Grant In-Aid Applications as recommended from the Committee.

Reports

  • Councillor Youngberg encouraged everyone to attend the Medieval Faire being held at Desert Park on May long weekend.
  • Councillor Youngberg encouraged people to attend the Oyster Feed which is held by the Fire Department and is hosted on April 22nd
  • Councillor Youngberg encouraged people to support the Canadian Cancer Society and purchase a daffodil.
  • Councillor King attended an Education Committee meeting with School District #53.
  • Councillor Rhodes attended a meeting with the Waterfront Steering Committee at Legion Beach regarding the Wibit proposal.
  • Mayor McKortoff thanked everyone who responded and will be attending the Annual Volunteer luncheon.
  • Mayor McKortoff attended the Vimy Ridge memorial ceremony.
  • Mayor McKortoff thanked everyone who volunteered and attend the Easter Eggstravaganza festivities.

Copies of reports are available within the Council Agenda packages located on the Town’s website www.osoyoos.ca.

 

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: 
Tuesday, 18 April, 2017
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