Monday, February 25, 2019

City Council Session: Monday, February 25, 2019

Our archive of items from the session can be found below.

Regular Session of Council for February 25, 2019

Home page and archive of sessions can be found here.

Live Broadcast of session can be found here

Agenda for Regular Council Session for February 25, 2019

Agenda for the Committee of the Whole Session for January 25, 2019

City Council Preview for February 25, 2019

Notice of Closed meeting for February 25, 2019

Info to Council 



Mayor Lee Brain -- Present
Councillor Nick Adey -- Present
Councillor Barry Cunningham -- Present
Councillor Blair Mirau -- Present
Councillor Reid Skelton-Morven -- Present
Councillor Wade Niesh -- Present
Councillor Gurvinder Randhawa -- Present

Video Recording of February 25, 2019 Council Session 

City Council Timeline for Monday, February 25, 2019


North Coast Review Items related to the February 25, 2019 Session of Council 

Council hears of the Global guestbook of the Museum of Northern BC, along with a review of recent events and funding challenges
Dollars for Democracy: The hyperbole of council salary recommendations
No Building for Old Men (or women) Neptune Inn building to revert to status as hotel accommodation
Bomben's Budget Blue Print, Council comments point to increased confidence in city's financial results
Anchors Aweigh: Council hears concerns over anchorage positions in Prince Rupert harbour
Council's first look at Budget 2019 offers up 2 percent tax cut; increases to RCMP and bylaw staffing
2019 City of Prince Rupert budget process to get underway tonight
Loan authorization request to be considered at Council session tonight
City to explore plan to move forward on renovation of CNR Heritage building on Waterfront
City to consider request to return Neptune Inn site to zoning for hotel and restaurant use
Council to hear from Select Committee on remuneration tonight

Further notes, as well as any Media items from other sources for the February 25, 2019 session can be found in our Discussion Points from City Council feature.

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