|Prince Rupert City Council comes together tonight for their second|
Council session for January.
Another light Agenda will greet the city's Mayor and Six Council members as they head into their second public meeting of the reduced schedule of seventeen listed for 2018.
It may make for another quick night for the City's elected officials with tonight's Regular Session of Prince Rupert City Council featuring only three items of review listed on the Agenda for the meeting.
Other than some general housekeeping items, Council tonight will hear a report from the Director of Recreation who will outline the background to a proposed application for funding from the Northern Development Initiative Trust, with the City looking to seek a funding grant of $15,000 dollars to be put towards an improvement project at the Earl Mah Aquatic Centre.
Council will also be asked to adopt a pair of Bylaw amendments, the first for the Cow Bay Marina Fees and Changes Bylaw, the second the Recreation Fees and Charges Bylaw.
Council discussed both of those bylaw amendments at their January 15th session.
The Regular Council session, which is open to the public, gets underway at 7PM
Tonight is also a Committee of the Whole Night, which offers the opportunity for interested citizens to appear at the public forum to ask questions, or provide their comments of issues of concern to them.
The Monday night council session will also provide a chance for the City Council members to deliver their first on the record comments following last Tuesday morning's tsunami warning. An event which in the days that followed made for a significant amount of discussion around town about how the City provides for its alerts to the public.
The Agenda for the Regular Council session can be accessed here.
REGULAR SESSION OF CITY COUNCIL
Adoption of Agenda and Past minutes -- Mayor Brain will review the agenda for the evening and Council will adopt the minutes of past meetings.
Petitions and Delegations make for the first item of business on the evening, with none indicated for the Monday session to this time.
Any Notes on Unfinished Business will follow that presentation.
Reports and Recommendations is next on the Agenda listings.
Report from the Director of Recreation and Community Services -- Council will receive their first report from the Director of Recreation and Community Services, with David Geronazzo providing a review of proposed grant application towards an Aquatic Centre Improvement project.
( Page 6 of the Agenda Package)
Correspondences for Action follows
Resolutions from Closed Meetings makes for the next element should Council have anything to disclose.
Verbal Report from the Manager of Transportation and Economic Development -- Regarding the Cow Bay Marina Fees and Charges Amendment Bylaw ( Page 8 of the Agenda Package)
Report from the Director of Recreation and Community Services -- Verbal report from the Director of Recreation and Community Services regarding proposed changes for space rental and parking fees for recreation facilities.
( Page 40 of the Agenda Package)
The evening then moves on to Additional Items
The evening will come to an end with Reports, Questions and Inquiries from Members of Council.
Council members can also take advantage of the period to offer up any items or concerns that they have for consideration on the night.
The Live broadcast of the City Council session can be found here, a video archive of past sessions is available here.
Our items of note related to the January 29th session can be found here.
While our archive of all sessions for 2018 for Council is available here.
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