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Council Meeting Highlights for June 3, 2019
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Halloween Monster's Ball on October 31 at SCC
OFFICE CLOSED (2019)
2019 Committee of the Whole and Regular Council Meeting Schedule
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Osoyoos Museum - Annual Christmas Open House
Art Gallery Creativity In Our Community Application Deadline Dec 15
2019-2020 Osoyoos Concert Series
Live at the Summit Music Series 2019 - 2020
2019 Osoyoos Festival Society Annual Christmas Lite Up
Art Gallery Opening Reception for The Way We See It on October 12
Fire Prevention Week Open House and BBQ at Fire Hall on October 12
2019 Empty Bowls Fundraiser November 13
2019 Soroptimists of Osoyoos Fashion Show November 16
Desert Valley Hospice Caring Hands Fundraiser November 23
2019 Christmas Artisan Market Open House November 9
2020 Committee of the Whole and Regular Council Meeting Schedule
Remembrance Day Ceremony on November 11, 2019
Santa's Night Out 2019
United Church Thrift Shop Christmas Sale
East Osoyoos Christmas Market
2019 A Winter Concert with Saskia and Darrel
2019 Osoyoos Community Theatre - Cod Gone Wild
Council Meeting Highlights for June 3, 2019
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- Doug Robb, General Manager, and Jay Hendrickson, Sponsorship Chair, from the Osoyoos Golf Club made a presentation regarding the 2019 Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur & Seniors Championships on August 17th to 20th at the Osoyoos Golf Course. The Osoyoos Golf Club requested sponsorship in the approximate amount of $2,000. Council directed staff to bring back a report on providing assistance to the championships.
REGULAR OPEN MEETING
- Council directed administration to provide a letter of support for the RDOS grant application to the Organic Infrastructure Program for the development of a compost site at the Oliver Landfill.
- Council indicated their support for the Canadian Urban Libraries Council in its efforts to increase access to digital publications for library users across Canada and called on the Federal Government to investigate barriers faced by libraries in acquiring digital publications and the problems that poses for vulnerable demographic groups in Canada. Council further asked the Federal Government to develop a solution that increases access to digital publications across Canada and assist libraries in meeting the cost requirements to acquire those publications.
- Revenue Anticipation Borrowing Bylaw No. 1352, 2019 was read for a first, second, and third time. If approved this bylaw will authorize the Municipality to borrow up to $1,500,000.00 to meet current expenditures and pay amounts to meet the municipalities taxing obligations.
- Off-Street Parking Amendment Bylaw No. 1274.04, 2019 was read for a first, second, and third time. If approved this bylaw would allow the parking of Recreational Vehicles for a maximum of 7 days, and would allow the parking of utility trailers for the duration of special events in Town, in the boat trailer parking lot. RV's would require a special permit from the town and both will require payment of the required parking fees.
- Council Indemnity Amendment Bylaw No. 1345, 2019 was read for a first, second, and third time. If approved this amendment would set the benchmark for loss of stipend for a Council member as the missing of two consecutive regularly scheduled meetings (or 30 days absence from duties – whichever is greater) without leave of Council.
- Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.120, 2019 was read for a first and second time. If approved this amendment would allow for a site specific cannabis production facility to be located at 11201 115th Street. Council set a Public Hearing for June 17th, 2019 at 4:15 PM in Council Chambers.
- Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.112, 2019 was read for a first and second time. If approved this amendment would allow for the creation of one new single family and a strata development of 8 duplex lots at the top of the Dividend Ridge subdivision. Council set a Public Hearing for June 17th, 2019 at 4:00 PM in Council Chambers.
- Council approved the variance and issuance of Development Variance Permit No. 19-01 which enabled the construction of a garage in the front yard at 7028 45th Street.
- Council approved the variance and issuance of Development Variance Permit No. 19-02 which enabled the construction of a garage in the front yard at 8407 87th Street.
- Council appointed Vivian Grace Elvik as a Bylaw Enforcement Officer for the purpose of enforcement of municipal bylaws for the Town of Osoyooos.
- Council approved the art display of the Project of Heart at the Sonora Community Centre.
- Councillor Harvey attended the Okanagan Regional Library Board meeting last month.
- Councillor Harvey attended the Osoyoos Lawn Bowling Club invitational event.
- Councillor Rhodes noted that the Dog Park Committee is planning on meeting on June 5th.
- Councillors Rhodes and Bennett thanked and congratulated the Cactus Jalopies coordinators and volunteers for the great event this past weekend with over 600 cars in attendance.
- Councillor Bennett attended the School District #53 meeting.
- Mayor McKortoff and Councillor Bennett attended a meeting between Council and the Osoyoos Indian Band.
- Mayor McKortoff and Councillor Bennett attended the Access Awareness Day event at the Farmers Market.
- Mayor McKortoff encouraged everyone to pay their property taxes ahead of the July 2nd due date.
- Mayor McKortoff attended a meeting with the South Okanagan General Hospital Medical Foundation.
- Mayor McKortoff noted that Global Wellness Day is Saturday June 8th.
- Mayor McKortoff attended a demonstration at Osoyoos Secondary School by the Odd Squad.
- Mayor McKortoff encouraged everyone to sign up for the Waterwise challenge.
Copies of reports are available within the Council Agenda packages located on the Town’s website www.osoyoos.ca.
The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00 am on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 pm to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business.
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