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April 5, 2021

April 5, 2021

CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF ST. CLAIR COUNCIL MINUTES
SESSION #7

Electronic Meeting
April 5, 2021
3:00 p.m.

Regular Meeting of Council was held Monday, April 5, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. with the f !lowing people participating via video conference:

S. Arnold
S. Miller
R. Atkins
P. Brown
J. De Gurse
T. Kingston
J. Rodey
J. Baranek

B. Myers

Mayor Deputy Mayor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor CAO
Clerk Councillor

ENDA:

1 CALL TO ORDER

2 DECLARATION OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

3 ADOPTION OF MINUTES

3.1 Regular Council Meeting – Session #6 – March 15, 2021

3.2 St. Clair Township Golf Course Committee Meeting – March 4, 2021

4 DELEGATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

4.1 Unauthorized Dock Installation across from 1578 First St., Courtright:

– 3:15 p.m. – Olivia Nisbet
– 3:25 p.m. – Randi Stokes

5 CORRESPONDENCE ITEMS

5.1 St. Joseph’s Hospice -2021 Alan Day Charity Open Golf Tournament

5.2 Request for Illuminated Intersection at Highway 40 and Bentpath Line

5.3 2021 Sombra Commemoration Request

5.4 International Stag Island Owners as Essential Travelers – Property Access Petition

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5.5 Municipal Finance Officers’ Association – Extended Timelines for Asset Management Planning

5.6 Heritage St. Clair – Request for Brigden Project Endorsement

5.7 Lambton Public Health – 2021 West Nile Larvicide Authorization

5.8 Request for Speed Limit Reduction – St. Clair Parkway
5.9 Property Standards Report- 374 Hill Street

5.1 O Property Standards Complaint – 238 Paget Street

5.11 Property Standards Complaint – 346 Colbome Street

5.12 Property Standards Complaint – 518 Belmont Avenue

INFORMATION ITEMS

6.1 Tourism Samia-Lambton – Board of Directors Meeting Minutes – January 21, 2021

6.2 Building Permits Report – February 2021

6.3 CN Railroad – News Release – Cyrus Reporter

6.4 Minister of Natural Resources’ Response Letter – Enbridge Line 5

6.5 Ontario Power Generation – Lambton Generating Station Demolition Project – CSX Rail Spur Reactivation

6.6 Municipal Finance Officers’ Association – Provincial Budget 2021- Ontario’s Action Plan: Protecting People’s Health & Our Economy

6.7 Association of Municipalities of Ontario Policy Update – Provincial Budget Highlights and Bill 257 Referred to Committee

7i DRAINS

7.1 Drainage By-Law 6 of 2021 – Various Drains -2020 Maintenance

7.2 Drainage By-Law 7 of 2021 – Various Drains – 2020 Maintenance

7.3 Drainage By-Law 8 of 2021 – Various Drains – 2020 Maintenance

8 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND STAFF

8.1 Senior Planner’s Report – Site Plan Approval – 224 West Holt Line – Forge Sombra Corporation

8.2 Senior Planner’s Report – Site Plan Approval – 403-439 LaSalle Line – Enbridge Gas Inc. over Cando Rail Services Ltd. lands

8.3 Clerk’s Report – Property Standards Complaint Procedure Policy

8.4 Deputy Clerk’s Report – Enbridge Gas Inc. – Request for Temporary Modular Building Request – 403 LaSalle Line

8.5 Treasurer’s Report – Designation of Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund and Association of Municipalities of Ontario Gas Tax Projects

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8.6 Treasurer’s Report – Federal Government Doubling of Association of Municipalities of Ontario Gas Tax

8.7 Director of Emergency Services’ Report- Fire Safety Grant Transfer Agreement

8.8 Director of Emergency Services’ Report- Pick-Up Truck Tender Results

8.9 Coordinator of Engineering’s Report – Second Street Private Water Services – Courtright

8.10 Coordinator of Engineering’s Report – Lincoln Drive Sanitary Pump Station Installation

8.11 Drainage Superintendent’s Report – Monthly Report
8.12 Director of Community Services’ Report – Information

8.13 Director of Community Services’ Report – Architect for Arena Rinks Project

8.14 Director of Community Services’ Report – Boat Launches, Walkway/Dock, Cathcart Breakwall Projects

8.15 Director of Community Services’ Report – Brander Park Chip Truck Location and Rental Fees

8.16 Director of Community Services’ Report – Courtright Community Hall Repairs

8.17 Director of Community Services’ Report – Portable Washrooms in Township Parks

8.18 Director of Community Services’ Report- Lese Agreement with Sombra Township Child Care

8.19 Coordinator of Facilities and Parks’ Report – Cathcart Pavilion Hour Extensions

BY-LAWS

9.1 By-Law 15 of 2021 – Temporary Modular Building Agreement – 403 LaSalle Line – Enbridge Gas lnc./Cando Rail Services Ltd.

9.2 By-Law 16 of 2021 – Site Plan Agreement – 224 West Holt Line – Forge Sombra Corp.

9.3 By-Law 17 of 2021 – Site Plan Agreement – 403-439 LaSalle Line – Enbridge Gas lnc./Cando Rail Services Ltd.

NEW BUSINESS

COUNCILLORS’ REPORTS

UPCOMING MEETINGS

12.1 Regular Council Meeting – Monday, April 19, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
12.2 Regular Council Meeting – Monday, May 3, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
12.3 Regular Council Meeting-Tuesday, May 17, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

1 . IN CAMERA SESSION

13.1 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (a) Security of the Emergency Services Building

13.2 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (c) Reconsideration of a sale of public laneway

13.3 Municipal Act- Section 239 (2) (c) Proposed lease of a township land for private dock installation

13.4 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (e) Potential litigation related to an unauthorized dock installation

1 . ADJOURNMENT

1 CALL TO ORDER

At the appointed time of 3:00 p.m., Mayor Arnold called the meeting to order and welcomed Council, staff and those watching on other platforms.

Mayor Arnold reported there is an upcoming vaccine clinic in Brigden on April 7, 2021.

DECLARATION OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

None declared.

ADOPTION OF MINUTES

Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 1 Be it resolved that the Minutes from the Regular Council Meeting Session #6 held on March 15, 2021, be received and accepted as printed.

CARRIED

Moved by A. Atkins Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 2 Be it resolved that the Minutes from the St. Township Clair Golf Course Committee Meeting held on March 4, 2021, be received as information.
CARRIED

DELEGATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

4 1 Unauthorized Dock Installation across from 1578 First St.• Courtright:

Olivia Nesbit and Norm Leger

At the appointed time of 3:15 p.m., Mayor Arnold welcomed Olivia Nesbit and Norm Leger to make their presentation.

Mrs. Nesbit summarized the content of her original complaint which results from the installation of a private dock by the owners of 1578 First Street, Courtright.

They have concerns with this dock being adjacent to their property on the west side of St. Clair Parkway. Mrs. Nesbit admitted that the owners of the dock approached them with their plans to install a “swim platform” for their children to use. According to Mrs. Nesbit, in March of 2021, material arrived on-site and was installed shortly thereafter, where it was noted that the platform had grown into a large dock.

Mrs. Nesbit advised that since Mrs. Stokes does not live on the waterfront, any dock was prohibited by the Township Zoning By-Law and asked that Council enforce the by-law.

Mayor Arnold thanked Mrs. Nesbit and Mr. Leger for their submissions and noted that the topic would be considered in-camera at the end of the open session.

Randi Stokes

At the appointed time of 3:15 p.m., Mayor Arnold welcomed Randi Stokes to make her presentation.

Mrs. Stokes opened her presentation by apologizing for installing the dock without a permit noting that she was not aware of the process. Mrs. Stokes advised that she met with Mrs. Nesbit on-site in an effort to confirm the dock would be north of Mrs. Nesbit’s lot line projection but, acknowledged that the contractor made an error and installed it south of the agreed upon location.

Councillor Atkins asked Mrs. Stokes if she received the letter from Township CAO
– John Rodey in August of 2020 which stated that such dock installation was illegal and would not be permitted. Mrs. Stokes indicated that she had not seen the letter.

Seeing no other questions from Council, Mayor Arnold thanked Mrs. Stokes for her submissions and noted that the topic would be considered in-camera at the end of the open session.

CORRESPONDENCE ITEMS

Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 3 Be it resolved that Council accept the following items of correspondence as per Council’s direction:

5.1 St. Joseph’s Hospice – 2021 Alan Day Charity Open Golf Tournament
5.2 Request for Illuminated Intersection at Highway 40 and Bentpath Line
5.3 2021 Sombra Commemoration Request
5.4 International Stag Island Owners as Essential Travelers – Property Access Petition
5.5 Municipal Finance Officers’ Association – Extended Timelines for Asset Management Planning
5.6 Heritage St. Clair – Request for Brigden Project Endorsement
5.7 Lambton Public Health -2021 West Nile Larvicide Authorization
5.8 Request for Speed Limit Reduction – St. Clair Parkway
5.9 Property Standards Report – 374 Hill Street
5.10 Property Standards Complaint – 238 Paget Street
5.11 Property Standards Complaint – 345 Nantais Court
5.12 Property Standards Complaint- 518 Belmont Avenue
CARRIED

5 1 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 4 Be it resolved that the Township donate $1000 to the 2021 Alan Day Charity Open Golf Tournament.
CARRIED

5 2 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 5 Be it resolved that the request for illumination at the intersection of Highway 40 and Bentpath Line be endorsed by the Township and forwarded to the Ministry of Transportation and the County of Lambton for their consideration.

CARRIED

5 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by A. Atkins
Motion 6 Be it resolved that the request submitted by Lars Bouman to have a Purple Martin House installed at the Sombra Waterfront Park be approved and that staff be directed to install the necessary support post.
CARRIED

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Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 7 Be it resolved that the petition submitted by the American-based owners of properties on Stag Island be forwarded to the MP and MPP’s offices and the office of the Premier of Ontario and the Prime Minister of Canada.
CARRIED

5 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 8 Be it resolved that report submitted by the Municipal Finance Officers’ Association identifying extended timelines for asset management planning be received as information.
CARRIED

6 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 9 Be it resolved that the project proposal submitted by Heritage St. Clair to have a mural designed on the south wall of the Optimist Hall in Brigden be endorsed and approved.
CARRIED

7 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 10 Be it resolved that the 2021 West Nile Virus larvicide program as provided by Lambton Public Health be authorized for use within the Township of St. Clair for the 2021 season.
CARRIED

8 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 11 Be it resolved that the letters related to speed and safety concerns on St. Clair Parkway be received and that staff be directed to consider increased safety measures including the possibility of a solid no-passing line, and that the OPP be asked to install the speed spy in this location and submit its data for consideration.
CARRIED

5 9 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 12 Be it resolved that the report submitted by County of Lambton Property Standards Officer – Jesse Soetemans as it relates to 374 Hill Street be received and that the following recommendations be approved:

– Removed the portable derelict trailer from the property;
– Removed the black jeep from the property;
– Remove the snowmobile and welding machine should they not be able to be properly stored within a building.
CARRIED

5 10 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 13 Be it resolved that the complaint against the property known as 238 Paget Street be referred to the County of Lambton Property Standards Officer for investigation.
CARRIED

5 11 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 14 Be it resolved that the complaint against the property known as 346 Colbome Street be referred to the County of Lambton Property Standards Officer for investigation.
CARRIED

5 12 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 15 Be it resolved that the complaint against the property known as 518 Belmont Avenue be referred to the County of Lambton Property Standards Officer for investigation.
CARRIED

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INFORMATION ITEMS

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 16 Be it resolved that the following items of information be dealt with as per Council’s direction:

6.1 Tourism Sarnia-Lambton – Board Meeting Minutes – January 21, 2021
6.2 Building Permits Report – February 2021
6.3 CN News Release
6.4 MNR – Enbridge Line 5
6.5 Lambton GS Rail Spur Reactivation
6.6 MFOA 2021 Budget Summary
6.7 AMO Policy Update Budget Highlights
CARRIED

5 Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by
Motion 17 Be it resolved that Ontario Power Generation be required to install signage to warn of increased rail line traffic.

MOTION LOST (DID NOT GET A SECONDER)

DRAINS

Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 18 Be it resolved that the following drainage by-laws be given all three readings and be thereby passed, and that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the By-Laws:

7. Drainage By-Law 6 of 2021 – Being a by-law to raise the sum of money being expended out of the General Funds of the Township of St. Clair for drain expenses to the 18/19 Sideroad Drain, 4th & 5th Concession Drain, Alexander Drain, Bailey Drain, Baxter Drain, Botting Drain, Brown Drain Brigden, Burch Drain South, Burgua Drain and Cain Drain;

7. Drainage By-Law 7 of 2021 – Being a By-Law to raise the sum of money being expended out of the General Funds of the Township of St. Clair for drain expenses to the Chapple Drain, Clubb Drain, Duncan Drain, Eyre Drain, Forbes Drain, Frye Drain, Grant Drain, Gray Drain Moore, Hair Drain and Hale Drain;

7. Drainage By-Law 8 of 2021 – Being a By-Law to raise the sum of money being expended out of the General Funds of the Township of St. Clair for drain expenses to the Hall Phibbs Hagen Drain, Harkness Drain, Hayward Drain, Hetherington Drain, Heyland Drain, Holmes Drain, Hooper Drain West, Howson Drain, Jarvis Drain East and Lauber Drain North.
CARRIED

8 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND STAFF

8 1 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 19 Be it resolved that the· Site Plan Approval – 224 West Holt line – Forge Sombra Corporation report dated March 30, 2021 submitted by Senior Planner – Barry Uitvlugt be received as information and the Site Plan Agreement for the Cando Rail-Enbridge Site Plan be considered for approval.
CARRIED

8 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 20 Be it resolved that the Site Plan Approval – 403-439 Lasalle Line – Cando Rail – Enbridge Site report dated March 30, 2021 submitted by Senior Planner – Barry Uitvlugt be received as information and the Site Plan Agreement for the Cando Rail-Enbridge Site Plan be considered for approval.
CARRIED

3 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 21 Be it resolved that the Property Standards Complaint Procedure Policy report submitted by Clerk – Jeff Baranek be received as information and that the attached policy be approved and that it be effective immediately.
CARRIED

.4 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 22 Be it resolved that the Enbridge Gas Inc. – Request for Temporary Modular Building Request -403 LaSalle Line report dated March 29, 2021 submitted by Deputy Clerk/Coordinator of Planning – Carlie McClemens be received as information and that the corresponding by-law be considered for approval.
CARRIED

5 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 23 Be it resolved that the OCIF and AMO Gas Tax Projects 2021 report as submitted by Treasurer- Charlie Quenneville be received and that Projects 2021- 152 Bridge 45 Kerr line and 2021-200 St. Clair Parkway storm pipes and Beckwith Street light be designated for the AMO Gas Tax program and projects 2021-101 Wilkesport Reconstruction and 2021-103 Rural Surface treatment and Port Lambton Street lights be designated for OCIF program.
CARRIED

6 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 24 Be it resolved that the AMO Gas Tax Doubling report as submitted by Treasurer – Charlie Quenneville be received and that a further report be brought on the use of this grant.
CARRIED
7 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 25 Be it resolved that the Fire Safety Grant Transfer Agreement report as submitted by Director of Emergency Services – Walt Anderson be received as information and that the agreement for the Fire Safety Grant Transfer be approved and that the Mayor be authorized to sign the same.
CARRIED

8 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 26 Be it resolved that the Pickup Truck Tenders report as submitted by Director of Emergency Services – Walt Anderson be received as information and that the tender from Progressive Ford at $43,185.57 including HST be accepted and approved.
CARRIED

8 9 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 27 Be it resolved that the Second Street Private Water Services – Courtright report submitted by Coordinator of Engineering – Paul daSilva be received as information and that the Township Procurement Policy be waived due to the inability to effectively scope the proposed works with the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and that staff be permitted to utilize local contractors to complete the private water service connection to the residences on Second Street in Courtright, on a per hour basis.
CARRIED

8 10 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 28 Be it resolved that the Lincoln Drive Sanitary Pump Station Installation report submitted by Coordinator of Engineering – Paul daSilva be received as information and that the following recommendations be approved:

1. That the quote submitted by Cope Construction Inc. in the amount of$57,069.50 plus HST be accepted and the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the contract and other related documents;

2. That the budget shortfall of $40,000 be funded by wastewater reseives.

8 11 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by R. Atkins

CARRIED

Motion 29 Be it resolved that the Monthly Report submitted by Drainage Superintendent – Jason Brunt be received as information and that the following recommendation be approved:

1. Replacement of the access culvert located on Pt Lot 14, Con S, former Moore Township within the Blackman Drain by a suitable and qualified contractor, as a maintenance expense to the drain.

a 12 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by R. Atkins

CARRIED

Motion 30 Be it resolved that the Monthly Report submitted by Director of Community Seivices – Kendall Lindsay be received as information.
CARRIED

13 Moved by P. Brown Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 31 Be it resolved that the Architect for Arena Project report submitted by Director of Community Seivices – Kendall Lindsay be received as information and that the Township Procurement Policy be waived due to time restrictions associated with this project and that Duncan Ross Architecture be awarded the detailed design in the amount of $77,050.00.
CARRIED

14 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 32 Be it resolved that the Boat Launches, Walkway/Dock, Cathcart Seawall report submitted by Director of Community Seivices – Kendall Lindsay be received as information and the following recommendations be approved:

1. Bill Hart Marine Tech. be approved to replace the boat launches at Branton Cundick and Willows Park with cement pads at an approximate cost of
$39,000.00;

2. Bill Hart Marine Tech. be approved to remove old surface and prepare dock for installation of Thru flow system at Willows Park at an approximate cost.of
$24,886.95;

3. Peats Marine Construction Ltd. be approved to repair 330 feet of break wall and replace 85 feet of seawall at Cathcart Park at an approximate cost of
$85,000.00.
CARRIED

15 Moved by S. Miller Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 33 Be it resolved that the Brander Park Chip Truck Location and Rental Fee report submitted by Director of Community Seivices – Kendall Lindsay be received as information and the recommended location be approved and staff be authorized to service the area to accommodate the proposed use and that location be leased to Rachaelle Lajoie at a cost of $500.00 per month for the 2021 season.

CARRIED

8 16 Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 34 Be it resolved that the Courtright Community Hall Repairs report submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received as information.
CARRIED

17 Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 35 Be it resolved that the Portable Washrooms in Parks report submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received as information and that the portable washrooms are approved to be returned to public parks for April 15, 2021.
CARRIED

18 Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 36 Be it resolved that the Lease Agreement with Sombra Township Child Care report submitted by Director of Community Services – Kendall Lindsay be received as information and that the updated lease agreement be approved to include month to month rental until the new facility is completed.
CARRIED

19 Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 37 Be it resolved that the Cathcart Pavilion Hour Extension report submitted by Coordinator of Facilities and Parks – Sue Knight be received as information and that the request for the extension of operating hours be denied.

CARRIED

BY-LAWS:

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 38 Be it resolved that the following By-laws receive all three readings and that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute appurtenant agreements and be thereby passed:

9 1 By-Law 15 of 2021-Temporary Modular Building Agreement – 403 Lasalle Line – Enbridge Gas/Cando Rail Services

2 By-Law 16 of 2021- Site Plan Agreement- 224 West Holt Line – Forge Sombra

9 3 By-Law 17 of 2021-Site Plan Agreement-403-439 Lasalle – Cando Rail
CARRIED

1 . NEW BUSINESS

1 . COUNCILLORS’ REPORTS:

Councillor Atkins

Councillor Atkins participated in the Lambton Farm Association Mental Health presentation and advised that she is finishing the Planning Primer course through AMCTO.

She noted that the Ontario by Bike program will visit the area as a Tourism Samia­ Lambton initiative in July.

Councillor Atkins requested that staff pursue improvements to the rail crossing at Bentpath Line.

She also requested an updated organizational chart for the Township.

Councillor Brown

Councillor Brown participated in the recent GAER meeting and a tour of the Courtright Hall.

He noted that the patio extension at the Parkway Golf Course looks great.

Councillor Brown asked for a virtual tour of the Emergency Services Building so that Council can better understand the necessary capital improvements.

Councillor De Gurse

Councillor De Gurse had nothing to report.

Councillor Kingston

Councillor Kingston participated in the Committee of Adjustment meeting and the Moore Optimist Easter Bunny Event.

Deputy Mayor Miller

Deputy Mayor Miller participated in many meetings via zoom and attended a tour of the vaccination clinic in Point Edward, commending the process for its efficiency.

Mayor Arnold

Mayor Arnold participated in many events representing the Township.

He asked for an update on the pending improvements for the Rutledge Drain.

Mayor Arnold offered the use of his office during current lockdowns in an effort to ensure distancing within the building.

The Mayor asked staff to consider a steel roller on freshly graveled roads to ensure compaction.

Mayor Arnold concluded his report by asking staff to bring a report with considerations for replacing the current phone system at the Civic Centre. The system is original to the building and needs to become more user friendly providing the public with the ability to access a staff member by extension.

UPCOMING MEETINGS

.1 Regular Council Meeting – Monday, April 19, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
.2 Regular Council Meeting – Monday, May 3, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
.3 Regular Council Meeting-Tuesday, May 17, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

IN CAMERA SESSION

Moved by J. De Gurse Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 39 Be it resolved that the meeting enter an in-camera session to consider the following:

1 .1 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (a) Security of the Emergency Services Building

1 .2 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (c) Reconsideration of a sale of public laneway

1 .3 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (c) Proposed lease of a township land for private dock installation

1 .4 Municipal Act – Section 239 (2) (e) Potential litigation related to an unauthorized dock installation
CARRIED

Mayor Arnold declared the meeting back into open session and asked for forthcoming motions.
No motions were passed.

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ADJOURNMENT
Seeing no other business to conduct, it was thereby moved:

Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 40 Be it resolved that the meeting do hereby adjourn.

CARRIED

The meeting was adjourned at 5:30 p.m.

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