Monday, April 27, 2020

City Council Session: Monday, April 27, 2020




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

Regular Session of Council for  Monday, April 27, 2020

Home page and archive of sessions can be found here.

Live Broadcast of session can be found here

Agenda for the Regular Council Session for April 27, 2020

Notice of Cancellation of the Committee of the Whole for April 27, 2020

Notice of Special Closed Session of Council for 5PM

Preview of Council Session for April 27, 2020


Attendance

Mayor Lee Brain -- Present 
Councillor Nick Adey -- Present  (participated by phone)
Councillor Barry Cunningham -- Present (participated by phone)
Councillor Blair Mirau -- Present (participated by phone)
Councillor Reid Skelton-Morven -- Absent
Councillor Wade Niesh -- Present (participated by phone)
Councillor Gurvinder Randhawa -- Present (participated by phone)



Minutes of Regular Session of Council,  April 27, 2020
(not available yet)

Video Recording of  April 27, 2020 Council Session 




City Council Timeline, Monday April 27, 2020




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North Coast Review Items related to the April 27, 2020 Session of Council 

Bring on the Prince Rupert Paving Bids, as the City opens the request for quotes process
City Council looks for ways to communicate with the public in times of COVID
Location, Location, Location ... Mayor Brain makes the call for an expansion of housing in Prince Rupert
Lingering Disappointment and bitterness marks Council's comments over quashed Local State of Emergency
The count is two at the moment for Bylaw Officers in Prince Rupert
City Council approves contract award for Recreation Centre
Legacy, Watson Island revenues to assist Budget Delivery, with plans to revisit results in the Fall
Councillor Cunningham calls for return of Committee of Whole sessions; seeks feedback from community on how to achieve that process
With a potential return to some form of public City Council sessions on the horizon; it's time for something more than governance by Facebook

Further notes, as well as any Media items from other sources for the April 27, 2020 session can be found in our Discussion Points from City Council feature.

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