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August 17, 2020

August 17, 2020

CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF ST. CLAIR COUNCIL MINUTES
SESSION #16

Electronic Meeting August 17, 2020
3:00 p.m.

A Regular Meeting of Council was held Monday, August 17, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. with the
!lowing people participating via video conference:

S. Arnold
S. Miller
R. Atkins
P. Brown
J. De Gurse
T. Kingston
B. Myers

J. Rodey
J. Baranek

Mayor Deputy Mayor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor

CAO
Clerk

ENDA:

CALL TO ORDER

DECLARATION OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

3 NEW BUSINESS

4 ADOPTION OF MINUTES

4.1 Special Meeting of Council – Session #15 – July 24, 2020

5 DELEGATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

5.1 PRESENTATION:

– 3:15 p.m. – Shared Parking Proposal – Former Rose’s Variety Property

6 CORRESPONDENCE ITEMS

6.1 Concerns with Human Waste Application

6.2 Advertisement Proposal -Veterans News

6.3 Lambton County – Community Safety & Well-Being Plan Participation Project

6.4 Speeding and ATV Traffic Concerns – Beckwith Street Area

6.5 Dock Concern – Second Street, Port Lambton

6.6 Brigden Side Road – Speed and Safety Concerns

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6.7 OPG – Lambton Generating Station – Municipal Water Variance

6.8 Request for Reconsideration of Cannabis Retail Stores in St. Clair Township

6.9 Canadian Coast Guard Station – Request for Use of Port Lambton Public Dock

6.10 Mooretown Minor Hockey Association – Return to Play Proposal

6.11 Cathcart Park Campers’ Request for Use of Logo

6.12 Mooretown Lady Flags Girls Hockey Association – Return to Play Plan

INFORMATION/CONSENT AGENDA

7.1 Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing – Letter to Head of Council – Staff Deployment Under Emergency Order

7.2 County of Lambton 2020-2024 Roads Construction Program (June 2020)

7.3 City of Sarnia – Request for Endorsement- Improvements to Long Term Care Homes Resolution

7.4 St. Clair Region Conservation Authority Meeting Highlights- June 18, 2020

7.5 Lambton County – News Release – Provincial Funding for Oversized Load Corridor – July 14, 2020

7.6 Municipal Service Office – Amendments to Municipal Act, 2001

7.7 Ontario Energy Board – Enbridge Gas Inc. – Increase in Rates Application

DRAINS

8.1 Drainage By-Law 11 of 2020 – Various Drains – 2016 Maintenance

9 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND STAFF

9.1 Clerk’s Report – Planning Staff – Update

9.2 Clerk’s Report – Consideration for Mandatory Masks in Public Establishments in St. Clair Township

9.3 Clerk’s Report – Site Plan Agreement – Telecommunications Tower – Xplornet Communications Inc. – 1666 Baby Road, Wilkesport

9.4 Clerk’s Report – Marriage Officiant – Request for Expanded Area

9.5 Deputy Clerk’s Report – Temporary Use Agreement – Modular Building & Storage Unit Structures – Enbridge Pipelines Inc. (912176 Ontario Ltd.) – 1693 Kimball Road

9.6 Treasurer’s Report – General Accounts and Corporate Visa Statement

9.7 Treasurer’s Report – Incorrect Farm Property Tax Classification Penalty

9.8 Treasurer’s Report – St. Clair Region Conservation Authority Federation of Canadian Municipalities Asset Management Program Support

9.9 Treasurer’s Report – Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing – Safe Restart Municipal Funding Agreement

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9.10 Deputy Treasurer’s Report – 2020 Capped Class Due Date Council Resolution

9.11 Director of Emergency Services’ Report – Information

9.12 Deputy Fire Chief’s Report – Fire Department Prevention & Fire Safety Education Activities

9.13 Deputy Fire Chief’s Report – Fire Department Training and Health & Safety Activities

9.14 Director of Public Works’ Report – Proposed Facebook Account for Public Works

9.15 Coordinator of Operations’ (Works) Report – Equipment Fleet Technology – Trackmatics Inc. Proposal

9.16 Coordinator of Operations’ (Water/Wastewater) Report – Monthly Report

9.17 Coordinator of Engineering’s Report – Monthly Report

9.18 Coordinator of Engineering’s Report – Holt Line Bridge – Abutment Repair Options

9.19 Drainage Superintendent’s Report – Monthly Report

9.20 Director of Community Services’ Report – Information

9.21 Director of Community Services’ Report – Opening of Community Halls

9.22 Director of Community Services’ Report – McDonald Park Diamond Move and Fence Project

9.23 Director of Community Services’ Report – User Group Insurance

9.24 Director of Community Services’ Report – Museum Openings

9.25 Director of Community Services’ Report – Re-Opening the Mooretown_Spo rts Complex

1 . BY-LAWS

10.1 By-Law 43 of 2020 – Temporary Use Agreement – Enbridge Pipelines Inc. (912176 Ontario Ltd.)-1693 Kimball Road

10.2 By-Law 44 of 2020 – Confirming By-Law

10.3 By-Law 45 of 2020- To Amend By-Law 12 of 2019 – Authorize Civil Marriage Solemnization in St. Clair Township

10.4 By-Law 46 of 2020 – Authorize Site Plan Agreement Amendment – Xplomet Communication Inc. -1666 Baby Road

1 . IN CAMERA SESSION

11.1 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (c) A proposed land lease of Township owned land in Wilkesport

11.2 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (b) personal matters about an identifiable individual related to a compensation request

1 . COUNCILLORS’ REPORTS

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UPCOMING MEETINGS

13.1 Regular Council Meeting – Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
13.2 Regular Council Meeting – Monday, September 211 2020 at 3:00 p.m.

1 . ADJOURNMENT

1 CALL TO ORDER

At the appointed time of 3:00 p.m., Mayor Arnold declared the meeting to order and welcomed Councillor De Gurse back after an extended absence for personal reasons.

Councillor De Gurse thanked everyone for their well wishes during his difficult time and reported that he was working back to full health and was eager to resume his duties for the Township.

DECLARATION OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

Councillor Myers declared a pecuniary interest in item 9.21 as he has an event planned at a community hall.

3 NEW BUSINESS

Moved by P. Brown Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 1 Be it resolved that the correspondence received from the County of Lambton related to County Roads in the Township be received as information.
CARRIED

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 2 Be it resolved that the St. Clair Region Conservation Area Drain Enclosure Policy Motion passed by the Town of Petrolia be received and filed.

CARRIED

Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 3 Be it resolved that the Rose’s Variety Parking Status report as submitted by Senior Planner – Barry Uitvlugt and the Security Building Servicing Scope report submitted by OPG be received as information.
CARRIED

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 4 Be it resolved the Annette’s Grill report as submitted by Senior Planner – Barry Uitvlugt be tabled to the next meeting when he is in attendance.

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CARRIED

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 5 Be it resolved that the Minutes from the Special Meeting of Council – Session #15 held on July 24, 2020, be received and accepted as printed.

CARRIED
5 DELEGATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

5,1 PRESENTATION:

3:15 p.m. -Shared Parking Proposal – Former Rose’s Variety Property

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John Kelly and Bill O’Mahony represented the developers for the former Rose’s Variety located at 384 Lyndoch Street.

The developer has proposed a new building in the rear of the subject lot which causes inadequate parking spaces on site. As a solution, they have proposed to share the parking lot of the Emergency Services Building. Senior Planner – Barry Uitvlugt produced a report indicating that, if the vacant space in the ESB was filled, the current lot would be deficient of 32 spaces.

The developer has proposed a plan that would increase the current spaces on the ESB lot but, it would still be deficient for the ESB uses – if at capacity – even before the increased usage by the subject property.

The developer advised that they are unsure of a tenant for the proposed building to be built east of the existing building. The developer believed that their proposal for the parking lot would increase the availability of spaces, despite calculations provided by Mr. Uitvlugt.

Mayor Arnold asked the developer to consider an addition to the existing building which would conserve some parking in the rear (east) of the lot. Further, Mayor Arnold advised that they could use the cash-in-lieu of parking option to validate the fewer available spaces.

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 6 Be it resolved that the shared parking proposal for 384 Lyndoch Street be tabled to allow the Planning Staff to attend the next meeting and for the developer to consider alternative options.
CARRIED

6 CORRESPONDENCE

Moved by A. Atkins Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 7 Be it resolved that Council accept the following items of correspondence as per Council’s direction:

6.1 Concerns with Human Waste Application
6.2 Advertisement Proposal – Veterans News
6.3 Lambton County – Community Safety & Well-Being Plan Participation Project
6.4 Speeding and ATV Traffic Concerns – Beckwith Street Area
6.5 Dock Concern – Second Street, Port Lambton
6.6 Brigden Side Road – Speed and Safety Concerns
6.7 OPG – Lambton Generating Station – Municipal Water Variance
6.8 Request for Reconsideration of Cannabis Retail Stores in St. Clair Township
6.9 Canadian Coast Guard Station – Request for Use of Port Lambton Public Dock
6.10 Mooretown Minor Hockey Association – Return to Play Proposal
6.11 Cathcart Park Campers’ Request for Use of Logo
6.12 Mooretown Lady Flags Girls Hockey Association – Return to Play Plan
CARRIED

6 1 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 8 Be it resolved that the Concerns with Human Waste Fertilizer be referred to staff for a report.
CARRIED

6 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 9 Be it resolved that the Veteran News Advertisement Proposal be received and filed.
CARRIED

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Moved by S. Miller Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 10 Be it resolved that the Community Safety & Well-Being Plan as proposed by the County of Lambton be approved and the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the Plan.
CARRIED

4 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 11 Be it resolved that the Speeding and ATV Traffic Concern on Beckwith Street be referred to staff for a report.
CARRIED

t:1 5 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 12 Be it resolved that the Dock Concern on Second Street Road Allowance concern be referred to staff for a report.

6 Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by J. De Gurse

CARRIED

Motion 13 Be it resolved that the Speed and Safety Concerns on Brigden Road be referred to staff for a report.
CARRIED

7 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 14 Be it resolved that the request submitted by Ontario Power Generation to add a second water service be approved subject to all costs being borne by the requestor.

8 Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by T. Kingston

CARRIED

Motion 15 Be it resolved that the request submitted by Doug Lasenby to reconsider Council’s position be approved and that the Township be considered a willing host for retail cannabis operations.

A RECORDED VOTE WAS REQUESTED:
Councillor Atkins Nay
Councillor Brown Nay
Councillor De Gurse Nay
Councillor Kingston Nay
Councillor Myers Nay
Deputy Mayor Miller Nay
Mayor Arnold Nay

DEFEATED

6 9 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 16 Be it resolved that the request submitted by the Canadian Coast Guard to occupy the public dock with their vessel until Fall 2020 be deferred to get clarification on specifics.

6 11 Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by S. Miller

CARRIED

Motion 17 Be it resolved that the Cathcart Campground be authorized to use the Township logo on merchandise for sale, however, the logo is not to be amended in any way and drafts of proposed products are to be sent to Council for approval.
CARRIED

7 INFORMATION ITEMS

Moved by P. Brown Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 18 Be it resolved that the following items of information be dealt with as per Council’s direction:

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7.1 Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing – Letter to Head of Council – Staff Deployment Under Emergency Order
7.2 County of Lambton 2020-2024 Roads Construction Program (June – 2020)
7.3 City of Sarnia- Request for Endorsement- Improvements to Long Term Care Homes Resolution
7.4 St. Clair Region Conservation Authority Meeting Highlights -June 18, 2020
7.5 Lambton County – News Release – Provincial Funding for Oversized Load Corridor – July 14, 2020
7.6 Municipal Service Office -Amendments to Municipal Act, 2001
7.7 Ontario Energy Board – Enbridge Gas Inc. – Increase in Rates Application
CARRIED
DRAINS

1 Moved by B. Myers Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 19 Be it resolved that Drainage By-Law 11 of 2020 be read all three times and be deemed to be passed thereby authorizing repairs to various drains throughout the Township.
CARRIED

1 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND STAFF

1 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 20 Be it resolved that the Planning Staff Update report as submitted by Clerk – Jeff Baranek be received as information.
CARRIED

2 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 21 Be it resolved that the Consideration for the Use of Masks in Public Establishments report as submitted by Clerk – Jeff Baranek be received as information.
CARRIED

Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 22 Be it resolved that staff be directed to bring forth a By-law to require mandatory masks at all indoor establishments within the Township.

A RECORDED VOTE WAS REQUESTED: Councillor Atkins
Councillor Brown Councillor Degurse Councillor Kingston Councillor Myers Deputy Mayor Miller Mayor Arnold

Nay Aye Aye Aye Nay Nay Nay

DEFEATED

9. Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 23 Be it resolved that the Site Plan Agreement – Xplornet – Baby Road, Wilkespott report submitted by Clerk- Jeff Baranek be received and that the site plan for Xplornet Communications Inc. be approved for the installation of a 45 metre tall telecommunications tower at 1666 Baby Road and that By-Law 46 of 2020 receive all three readings and be thereby passed.
CARRIED

9. Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 24 Be it resolved that the Marriage Officiant Area Increase Request report as submitted by Clerk – Jeff Baranek be accepted as information and By-Law 12 of 2019 be amended to authorize Malcolm Rogers to officiate weddings outside the boundaries of St. Clair Township.
CARRIED

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Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 25 Be it resolved that the report as submitted by Acting Coordinator of Planning/Deputy Clerk- Caroline DeSchutter, Dated July 29, 2020, be received as information, and that the following, by-law be taken as having been read three times and finally passed, and the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the said by-law accordingly:

By-law Number 43 of 2020, being a By-law to Authorize an Agreement with Enbridge Pipelines Inc. (912176 Ontario Limited) for the temporary use of one (1) modular building and two (2) modular storage unit structures on lands located at 1693 Kimball Road.
CARRIED

6 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 26 Be it resolved that the General Accounts and Corporate Visa Statement report as submitted by the Treasurer – Charles Quenneville be received and that vendor invoices be approved for the period of June 27 to July 31, 2020 totaling
$3,376,503.85 along with the CIBC Visa charges for the period of May 25 to June 24, 2020 totaling $17,293.58.
CARRIED

9 7 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 27 Be it resolved that the penalty on final taxes be not assessed for Farm Property tax classification properties errors subject to the ratepayer providing AGRI CROP proof of class change, paying previous year’s final taxes installment for the current year and final taxes being paid once farm class is properly calculated.
CARRIED

9 8 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 28 Be it resolved that St. Clair Township supports the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority and authorizes the Treasurer send a sign letter of support for the Asset Management Program.
CARRIED

9 9 Moved by B. Myers Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 29 Be it resolved that the Treasurer be authorized to sign for Phase 1 Safe Restart grant Agreement and apply for Phase 2.
CARRIED

9 10 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 30 Be it resolved that the tax levy for the Multi-Residential, Commercial and Industrial related tax classes shall become due and payable in two installments as follows: the 31st day of July, 2020; and the 29th day of September, 2020; and nonpayment of the amount on the dates stated in accordance with this resolution shall constitute default. The installments shall be calculated as follows: Fifty percent of the levy rounded downwards to the next whole dollar shall become due and payable on the 29th day of September with the balance due and payable on the 31st day of July.
CARRIED

9 11 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 31 Be it resolved that the Information Report as submitted by the Director of Emergency Services – Walt Anderson be received as information.
CARRIED

9 12 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 32 Be it resolved that the Fire Department Prevention & Fire Safety Education Activities report as submitted by Deputy Chief – Andrew McMillan be received as information.
CARRIED

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9 13 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 33 Be it resolved that the Fire Department Training and Health & Safety Activities report as submitted by Deputy Chief – Steve Bicum be received as information.
CARRIED

9 14 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 34 Be it resolved that the Proposed Facebook Account for Public Works report submitted by the Director of Public Works – Brian Black, be received as information and that the recommendation to obtain a Public Works Facebook Account be accepted and approved.
CARRIED

9 15 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 35 Be it resolved that the Equipment Fleet Technology- Trackmatics Inc. Proposal report submitted by Coordinator of Operations – David Neely be received as information and that the following be approved:

1. The procurement policy be waved due to a lack of suitable Ontario based companies offering all hardware, software and technology support to suit the Township’s current requirements.
2. The supply and installation of all proposed equipment be awarded to Trackmatics Inc. from Picton, Ontario.
3. The purchase price of $46,186 be paid from the approved $20,000 capital item with the remaining costs to be covered from the Public Works Equipment Reserve Fund.
4. The future monthly costs for support, software licences and modem data fees of $1,887 be funded from Public Works – Operations.

CARRIED

9 16 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 36 Be it resolved that the Monthly Report as submitted by Coordinator of Operations’ (Water) – Chris Westbrook be received as information.
CARRIED

9 17 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 37 Be it resolved that the Monthly Report as submitted by Coordinator of Engineering – Paul daSilva be received and the following recommendation be approved:

1. That Cope Construction be permitted to close St. Clair Parkway between Bickford Line and White Line for 3 days to permit hot-mix paving.

9 18 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by R. Atkins

CARRIED

Motion 38 Be it resolved that the Holt Line Bridge – Abutment Repair Options report submitted by Coordinator of Engineering – Paul daSilva be received as information and that the Township of St. Clair move forward with Option 2 in the attached BM Ross letter and that a request be made to the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority to operate the McKeough Dam in an effort to lower the water levels in the Sydenham River to permit abutment rehabilitation.

A RECORDED VOTE WAS REQUESTED: Councillor Atkins
Councillor Brown Councillor De Gurse Councillor Kingston Councillor Myers Deputy Mayor Miller Mayor Arnold

Nay Nay Nay Nay Nay Nay Nay

DEFEATED

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Moved by S. Miller Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 39 Be it resolved that the Holt Line Bridge – Abutment Repair Options report submitted by Coordinator of Engineering – Paul daSilva be received as information and that the Township of St. Clair approves Option 4: Reface with Sheet Piling and Concrete Fill at an approximate cost of $120,000 + HST and staff be directed to produce funding options for consideration.

9 9 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston

CARRIED

Motion 40 Be it resolved that the Monthly Report as submitted by the Drainage Superintendent – Lucas DePooter be received as information and that the following 5 recommendations be approved:

1. Obtain quotations to have the Coyle Drain brushed and cleaned out by a suitable and qualified contractor at the expense of the drain.
2. Have the low flow crossing of the Crooked Creek Drain replaced by a suitable and qualified contractor, at the expense of the drain.
3. Have a suitably sized second access culvert installed on the Wray Drain by a suitable and qualified contractor at the expense of the property receiving the culvert.
4. Award the Rivers Lapish Drain project to brush and clean out the ditch from the CSX Railway in Sombra to the top end to BF Environmental Consultants Ltd. as quoted at $24,873.94 + HST, at the expense of the drain.
5. Have endwalls of the Dawson Drain repaired by a suitable and qualified contractor at the expense of the drain.
CARRIED

9 0 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 41 Be it resolved that the Information Report as submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received as information.
CARRIED

9 1 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 42 Be it resolved that the Opening of Community Halls report as submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received and that the community halls remain closed and the status be reassessed at the October 5, 2020 Council meeting.
CARRIED

9 2 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 43 Be it resolved that the McDonald Park Diamond Move and Fence report be submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received as information and the recommendations to award the fence project to Neptune Security Services at a cost of $120,000.00 and the moving of the diamonds project to Van Roestel Contracting Ltd. at a cost of $75,422.20 be approved.
CARRIED

9 3 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded byT. Kingston
Motion 44 Be it resolved that the User Group Insurance report as submitted by the Director of Community Services -·Kendall Lindsay be received as information and that all user groups be required to provide the Mooretown Sports Complex with valid insurance with the Township of St. Clair listed as an additional insurer for the event dates specified within their specific rental agreements.
CARRIED

9 4 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 45 Be it resolved that the Museum Openings report as submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received and that both museums remain closed and the status be reassessed at the September 8, 2020 Council meeting.
CARRIED

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5 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by T. Kingston

individual related to a compensation request
CARRIED

Mayor Arnold declared the meeting back into open session and asked for any forthcoming motions.

No motions were moved.

1 . COUNCILLORS’ REPORTS:

Deputy Mayor Miller

Deputy Mayor Miller noted he had participated in many Zoom meetings since the last meeting of Council.

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Councillor Brown

Councillor Brown noted that he has participated in many Zoom meetings including the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority meeting and the Emergency Services Committee.
Councillor Brown asked that a report from staff be provided for the September 8,
2020 meeting discussing the re-opening of the Civic Centre in Mooretown.

Councillor Atkins

Councillor Atkins asked staff to improve the entrance to the public dock in Port Lambton as rising water has made it very slippery.

Councillor Myers

Councillor Myers asked staff for updates on several property standard files in the Village of Sombra.

Councillor Kingston

Councillor Kingston reported that she has received a high volume of calls from local residents both in favour and in opposition to Mandatory Mask By-laws.

Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 49 Be it resolved that staff be directed to consider the merger of all Facebook pages into one to eliminate department specific pages.
CARRIED

Councillor De Gurse

Councillor De Gurse noted that he may require specific accommodations once council meetings return to the Chamber.

Mayor Arnold

Mayor Arnold noted that the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority was seeking comments on their Planning Review process and asked staff to investigate a possible illegal modification to a culvert on Pretty Road. .
Mayor Arnold closed by noting that he has received many calls and emails related to masks and noted that they are almost equally for and against Mandatory Mask By-laws.

UPCOMING MEETINGS

1 .1 Regular Council Meeting – Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
1 .2 Regular Council Meeting – Monday, September 21, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
1#. ADJOURNMENT
Seeing no other business to conduct, it was thereby moved: Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 50 Be it resolved that the meeting do hereby adjourn.
CARRIED

The meeting was adjourned at 5:45 p.m.

Mayor – Steve Arn:;:;