Tonight is Council night for the District of Port Edward and while the ongoing COVID related measures mean that the public can't attend the Council chambers in person in order to follow the delivery of civic governance in the community, with the click of a Zoom Site, they can be part of the evening ahead.
As part of their information flow towards tonight's public session in the District, Port Edward officials now advise that the Regular Council meeting will be available by Zoom, the first Regular session of the year that Port Edward will use the popular online communication option.
As for the Agenda for tonight, the Council members will review a range of correspondences, including one from the Prince Rupert Golf Club seeking a grant request in aid of their young adult golf program at the Prince Rupert course.
Tonight will also see a number of reports presented to the District council members included on the list:
A look at the proposed communication facilities by Telus along the highway
Consideration that the District apply for funding for some required work around the Municipal Building
A review of a proposal to apply to the Port of Prince Rupert for partial funding for a new Fire Truck for the community
Consideration of approving a grant application to NDIT towards hiring a Grant Writer for the District.
The Council members will also receive a report on the Harbourview Neighbourhood Concept Plan Community Survey, which will provided some background to what residents thought of development of a Downtown commercial section for the community.
Councillors will also be able to speak to new business or provide reports, with Questions from the audience also something still included as part of the council agenda package.
Those wishing to follow along as the Port Edward Council members move through their Agenda for the night, can use this code https://zoom.us/j/96434542476 to access tonight's session.
Simply type the code above into a browser to join this evenings meeting which starts at 7PM.
For more notes from the District see our Port Edward archive page here.