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2018-09-20 Council (Regular) MinutesCOUNTY OF NEWELL MINUTES OF REGULAR COUNCIL September 20, 2018 The regular Council Meeting of the County of Newell was held in the County Office on Thursday, September 20, 2018 commencing at 11:00 a.m. MEMBERS Molly Douglass, Reeve PRESENT: COUNCILLORS: C. Amulung H. Kallen A.M. Philipsen T. Fyfe K. Christman E. Unruh B. de Jong L. Juss ABSENT: W. Hammergren STAFF: K. Stephenson, Chief Administrative Officer L. Johnson, Director of Corporate Services A. Wickert, Manager of Planning & Development D. Horvath, County Planner S. Hanson, Assistant Manager of Finance M. 'Fenske, Manager of Finance T. Green, Director of Agricultural Services A. Nielsen, Executive Assistant OTHERS IN S. Stanway, Brooks Bulletin ATTENDANCE: C. Opperman, Grasslands Public Schools T. Mated, Grasslands Public Schools A. Dykin, Brooks Local Immigration Partnership S. Gutfriend, Road Closure - Approval to Proceed B. Gutfriend, Road Closure - Approval to Proceed W. Gutfriend, Road Closure - Approval to Proceed 1. CALL TO ORDER Reeve M. Douglass called the meeting to order at 11:00 a.m. 2. EXCUSED FROM MEETING C-283/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ELLEN UNRUH that Councillor W. Hammergren be excused from the meeting. MOTION CARRIED Regular Council September 20, 2018 3. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 3.1 Minutes - Council (September 6, 2018) 0 C-284/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ANNE MARIE PHILIPSEN that the September 6, 2018 Council Meeting minutes be adopted as presented. MOTION CARRIED 4. CALL FOR POST AGENDA ITEMS Reeve M. Douglass called for post agenda items. 5. ADOPTION OF AGENDA C-285/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR BRIAN DE JONG that the agenda be adopted as presented. MOTION CARRIED 6. QUESTION PERIOD/NOTICE OF MOTION A question period and notice of motion was held. No County ratepayers were in attendance. 9. DELEGATIONS 9.1 Brooks Local Immigration Partnership (A. Dykin -11:00 a.m.) A. Dykin provided information regarding the Brooks Local Immigration Partnership, a community -based initiative that brings together diverse stakeholders to support newcomers and build a more welcoming and inclusive community. Immigration is important for the region's economic growth and vitality. The partnership council meets quarterly and consists of members from various local service organizations and employers. A. Dykin indicated that representation from County Council would be welcome. An Executive Committee has been established to steer the project and working groups have also been formed. A. Dykin gave an overview of the three priorities established through a settlement strategy - English as a second language, social isolation and inclusion, and youth aged 15-24. There also exists an immigrant advisory group of individuals who have experienced life as immigrants. An action plan is being developed from the results of a community research project that identified needs and gaps in service. A. Dykin provided information regarding various events, including an annual welcome event and programs during Alberta Culture Days. The Brooks Local Immigration Partnership is hosting the Southeastern Alberta Diversity & Inclusion Forum on October 24, 2018, a free event which will include keynote speakers, an employer forum, shared experiences, and breakout sessions. Council was given the opportunity to ask questions. A. Dykin responded to questions regarding contacting newcomers and making them aware of services available. Connections are made with ethnocultural group leaders to talk to people and generate interest. The Brooks LIP also works with the Brooks & County Immigration Service and the SPEC Association and makes use of advertising and Page 2 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 social media. A. Dykin provided further information regarding immigration and the agricultural sector. Temporary foreign workers often have an agricultural background and efforts are made to help them find permanent employment in that field. A. Dykin provided an overview of the federal funding program for the Brooks LIP. ARRIVED AT MEETING D. Horvath and A. Wickert arrived at 11:18 a.m. A. Dykin responded to questions regarding encouraging integration, acknowledging that both sides must participate. It is important to build a welcoming community as well as encourage newcomers to make the effort to become part of that community. She indicated that recent statistics indicate that only 40% of newcomers in Canada access settlement services. LEFT THE MEETING A. Dykin left the meeting at 11:24 a.m. 8. BYLAWS 8.7 Bylaw 1930-18 Cannabis Consumption The Director of Corporate Services provided background information on this item. The Joint Services Committee discussed public consumption of cannabis during the September 11, 2018 meeting. Brooks, Rosemary, and Duchess have indicated that they will be passing bylaws that disallow public consumption. Bassano will be deferring to the provincial government's Public Cannabis Consumption Standard. The Director of Corporate Services responded to questions from Council, indicating that the provincial regulation will be enforceable. In order to ensure consistency with the municipalities within 'the County of Newell, it would be appropriate to pass a County bylaw disallowing public consumption. Reeve M. Douglass provided further background information. The Director of Corporate Services responded to further questions, indicating individuals publicly using cannabis for medical purposes would be required to produce the appropriate documentation. He indicated that enforcement of this bylaw would be complaint -driven. C-286/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR KELLY CHRISTMAN that Bylaw 1930-18, being a bylaw for the purpose of regulating the consumption of cannabis, be given FIRST reading. MOTION CARRIED C. Opperman and T. Materi provided Council with background information on their roles as prevention coordinators with Grasslands Public Schools, providing classroom education focusing on substance abuse. T. Materi indicated that they have requested support from Grasslands Public Schools to give a presentation with the RCMP and school administrators prior to the date cannabis becomes legal. The goal of these presentations is to provide high school students with accurate information and to stress the fact that the legalization of cannabis does not mean that it is safe or good for yo . Being aware of the local bylaws will allow Page 3 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 the prevention coordinators to speak with confidence. C. Opperman responded to questions regarding enforcement, indicating that school rules prohibit the use of cannabis on school property. In addition, students are not permitted to be impaired on school property. -0 LEFT THE MEETING C. Opperman and T. Mated left the meeting at 11:37 a.m. C-287/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR BRIAN DE JONG that we move into Public Hearings at 11:38 a.m. MOTION CARRIED 7. PUBLIC HEARINGS 7.1 Bylaw 1918-18 Road Closure & LEASE (Various Locations) Reeve M. Douglass called the Public Hearing to order at 11:38 a.m. Reeve M. Douglass did not review the procedures that would be followed for the hearing as there were no new persons in attendance. The Manager of Planning & Development stated that the intent of the Public Hearing is to hear representations on Bylaw 1918-18. The intent of this bylaw is to close and LEASE the following original government road allowances: • adjacent to the west boundary of NW 33-14-15-W4, • adjacent to the west boundary of 5-15-15-W4, • adjacent to the south boundary of SW 5-15-15-W4, • adjacent to the south boundary of 6-15-15-W4, • adjacent to the south boundary of SE 1-15-16-W4, and • adjacent to the east boundary of 36-14-16-W4 The Manager of Planning & Development provided background information on this item, indicating that a copy of the document had been circulated to all adjacent landowners as well as to a list of affected agencies. No responses were received from adjacent landowners. Responses have been received from ATCO Gas, AltaLink, Fortis Alberta, and the County's Municipal Services Department. None of these required referrals have indicated any objections. The Administrative Assistant - Planning will follow up with Telus regarding their response. There were no persons in attendance speaking either in favor of or in opposition to the proposed bylaw. Council was given the opportunity to ask questions. C-288/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ELLEN UNRUH that we move out of Public Hearings at 11:40 a.m. MOTION CARRIED �--A\J'--9 Page 4 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 8. BYLAWS — continued 8.1 Bylaw 1918-18 Road Closure & LEASE (Various Locations) C-289/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR KELLY CHRISTMAN that Bylaw 1918-18, being a bylaw for the purpose of closing to public travel and LEASING the following original government road allowances: • adjacent to the west boundary of NW 33-14-15-W4, • adjacent to the west boundary of 5-15-15-W4, • adjacent to the south boundary of SW 5-15-15-W4, • adjacent to the south boundary of 6-15-15-W4, • adjacent to the south boundary of SE 1-15-16-W4, and • adjacent to the east boundary of 36-14-16-W4 be given FIRST reading. MOTION CARRIED 8.2 Bylaw 1913-18 - Road Closure & SALE (SW 5-14-13-W4) The Manager of Planning & Development provided background information on this item, indicating that Council can pass the bylaw without the land being immediately transferred to the applicant. The closed road allowance will belong to the County until a title is registered and given to the landowner's surveyor to complete the consolidation. The title will not be transferred until there is a satisfactory agreement in place for the new road plan which will include the provisions for the applicant to cover any additional road construction costs due to the new \ ) alignment. The Manager of Planning &Development responded to questions from Council. The County Planner suggested that, while there is no specific time limit, the required road diversion should be registered in a timely fashion. C-290/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR BRIAN DE JONG that Bylaw 1913-18, being a bylaw for the purpose of closing to public travel and SELLING that portion of road adjacent to the south boundary of SW 5-14-13-W4, be given SECOND reading. MOTION CARRIED C-291/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ANNE MARIE PHILIPSEN that Bylaw 1913-18 be given THIRD and FINAL reading. MOTION CARRIED 8.3 Bylaw 1916-18 Road Closure & LEASE (East of Bilk 4 Plan 9010889 - Hamlet of Tilley) The Manager of Planning & Development provided background information on this item and responded to questions from Council. C-292/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HUBY KALLEN that Bylaw 1916-18 being a bylaw for the purpose of closing to public travel and LEASING that portion of road allowance (alley) in the Hamlet of Tilley east of Block 4, Plan 9010889, sta 'ng at 3rd Avenue E and continuing northeast for 32m, be given SECOND reading. MOTION CARRIED Page 5 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 C-293/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR TRACY FYFE that Bylaw 1916-18 be given THIRD and FINAL reading. MOTION CARRIED 8.4 Bylaw 1926-18 AMENDMENT to Bylaw 1830-15 Intermunicipal Development Plan (Wheatland County) The County Planner provided background information on this item, including a summary of the amendments made. Wheatland County will be holding their public hearing in November. Council was given the opportunity to ask questions. C-294/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR CLARENCE AMULUNG that Bylaw 1926-18, being a bylaw to amend the County of Newell and Wheatland County Intermunicipal Development Plan (County of Newell Bylaw 1830-15 and Wheatland County Bylaw 2015-14), be given FIRST reading. MOTION CARRIED 8.5 Bylaw 1929-1818 LUA 006 (Text Amendments to LUB 1982-17 - Cannabis Uses & Solar Installations) The County Planner provided background information on this item, indicating that the Intermunicipal Development Plan Committee has discussed the proposed changes. Overall, there are not a lot of differences between municipalities. She provided an overview of the proposed amendments, which include setbacks, changes to definitions, and zoning requirements. The County Planner responded to questions from Council. 0 C-295/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HUBY KALLEN that Bylaw 1929-18, being a bylaw to amend Land Use Bylaw 1892-17 to add regulations to manage cannabis production facilities and retail sales and also to amend criteria pertaining to the height of solar panel installations, be given FIRST reading. MOTION CARRIED 8.6 Bylaw 1927-18 Public Notification The Manager of Planning & Development provided background information on this item. She responded to questions from Council regarding the advertising requirements and the advertising methods that will be used to meet these requirements. The Director of Corporate Services responded to further questions, indicating that newspaper advertising will still be used in conjunction with electronic advertising methods. C-296/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR KELLY CHRISTMAN that Bylaw 1927-18, being a bylaw for the purpose of establishing a Public Notification Process, be given FIRST reading. MOTION CARRIED LE HE MrTiNG, U A.isrtorvath left the meeting at 11:58 a.m. Page 6 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 11. ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS 0 11.6 Councillor Payment Sheets (August 2018) C-297/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ANNE MARIE PHILIPSEN that the August 2018 Councillor Payment Sheets be accepted with the amendments recommended by the Councillor Compensation Review Committee. MOTION CARRIED 11.7 Cheques for Payment C-298/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR BRIAN DE JONG that cheque 186777 in the amount of $1,188,247.35 be APPROVED. MOTION CARRIED 11.8 Payment Register C-299/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR KELLY CHRISTMAN that the Payment Register be accepted. MOTION CARRIED LUNCH Council RECESSED for lunch at 12:00 p.m. and RECONVENED at 1:01 p.m. ARRIVED AT MEETING S. Gutfriend, B. Gutfriend, W. Gutfriend, A. Wickert, and D. Horvath arrived at 1:01 p.m. 11. ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS — continued 11.1 � Road Closure -Approval to Proceed (NW 31-13-13-W4 & SW 6-14-13-W4) The Manager of Planning & Development provided background information on this item, indicating that the landowners were contacted regarding a pivot that encroaches on the road allowance. The applicant has indicated there was a historical agreement to trade the road allowance land for land that is now part of SH875, but there is no evidence of this in the historical meeting minutes. The applicant has requested that the RR140 road allowance, from SH875 to the Bow River, be closed and transferred to them at no cost. The Manager of Planning & Development provided information regarding market value of the road allowance and outlined options. S. Gutfriend provided Council with further background information, indicating that the road allowance had been traded for land for SH875. She displayed a map, indicating that the road was registered in 1955 and widened in 1975. The County paid her grandfather, J. Pahl, $2, 274.00 as compensation for damages, not a land acquisition. She acknowledged that the pivot does water on the road allowance, but no crops are produced there. She reiterated the request to close and transfer the road allowance at no cost to them, indicating that they would be responsible for the cost of the survey and registration. Further, she requested that the Road Closure Application fee be waived. The t7of Planning and Development Page 7 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 pointed out that, if the road is transferred to the Gutfriends, an alternate access will need to be provided for the Eastern Irrigation District land at SE 1-14-14-4. Council was given the opportunity to ask questions. The Chief Administrative Officer confirmed that a cheque in the amount of $2, 274.00 was issued to J. Pahl in 1975. Discussion followed regarding legal and physical access. The Manager of Planning & Development provided information regarding a subdivision application that was approved in 1997. This subdivision would have created three parcels that would better accommodate the lands split by SH875, but it was not finalized. She indicated that the house must have legal access to the quarter it was built on. Completing that subdivision would solve the access issues to the dwelling, but a new application would be required. Discussion followed, and Council suggested dealing with everything at the same time and asking if the Eastern Irrigation District would be willing to consolidate their lands so that the entire road allowance can be transferred. S. Gutfriend indicated that she had met with the Eastern Irrigation District and they are not interested in consolidating. She provided information regarding the location of the fence line that divides the EID land and their pasture, indicating that the fence was built in this location because the land is rugged and difficult to fence. The EID is willing to swap land to establish the fence line as the border, but the survey costs associated with this will be substantial. It will also require a formal subdivision process. ARRIVED AT MEETING T. Green arrived at 1:37 p.m. The County Planner suggested a meeting with the EID and the landowners to gather information and determine how to proceed, indicating that completing everything at once could minimize the costs. Council provided direction for Planning & Development staff to proceed with this meeting. LEFT THE MEETING S. Gutfriend, B. Gutfriend, W. Gutfriend, A. Wickert, and D. Horvath left the meeting at 1:44 p.m. 10. AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BUSINESS 10.1 Agricultural Fieldman's Report (September 2018) The Director of Agricultural Services presented the Agricultural Fieldman's Report to Council. ARRIVED AT MEETING S. Hanson arrived at 1:47 p.m. Council was given the opportunity to ask questions. The Director of Agricultural Services responded to questions regarding canola field inspections and addressing weed issues with bordering municipalities. C-300/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HUBY KALLEN that the Agricultural Fieldman's Report for tember 2018 be accepted as presented. MOTION CARRIED Page 8 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 10.2 Strychnine - Response to Pest Management Regulatory Agency The Director of Agricultural Services provided background information on this item and responded to questions from Council. He also indicated that he has spoken to several ratepayers and encouraged them to submit their comments directly to the Pest Management Regulatory Agency. C-301/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ANNE MARIE PHILIPSEN that Council APPROVES the draft letter to be sent to the Pest Management Regulatory Agency to encourage the registration of strychnine for ground squirrel control. MOTION CARRIED 10.3 Provincial Agricultural Service Board Committee - 2018 Report Card on the Resolutions The Director of Agricultural Services provided background information on this item and responded to questions from Council. This item was accepted as information. LEFT THE MEETING T. Green left the meeting at 2:02 p.m. 11. ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS — continued 11.2 Tender Award -Audit Services The Assistant Manager of Finance provided background information on this item and responded to questions from Council. ARRIVED AT MEETING M. Fenske arrived at 2:03 p.m. C-302/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR KELLY CHRISTMAN that Council appoints Avail LLP as the auditor for the County of Newell for the years ending 2018-2020 with the option to renew for 2021 and 2022. MOTION CARRIED LEFT THE MEETING S. Hanson left the meeting at 2:04 p.m. 11.3 Policy Review - Charitable Donations Receipt (2018-PAD-074) The Manager of Finance provided background information on this item and responded to questions from Council. The Chief Administrative Officer responded to further questions, indicating that it is important to ensure any associated risks of accepting donated prope y are assessed before the property is transferred to the County. He indicated th Managem Team discusses risks each month at their regularly scheduled mee ';g. 7 Page 9 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 C-303/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ANNE MARIE PHILIPSEN that Policy 2018-PAD-074 (Charitable Donations Receipt) be adopted as presented. MOTION CARRIED LEFT THE MEETING M. Fenske left the meeting at 2:08 p.m. 11.4 Foothills Little Bow Municipal Association Agenda Council was provided with background information on this item. Discussion followed regarding the resolutions package. The Director of Corporate Services responded to questions, indicating that he would try and get more information for Council regarding Resolution FA01-18 "Membership on Safety Committee - Occupational Health & Safety Act" and Resolution FA02-18 "Social Well -Being of an Employee and Domestic Violence - Occupational Health & Safety Act" Discussion followed regarding Resolution FA05-18 "Permission to Restrict Bicycle Usage on Local, Hard Surfaced County Roads. " Councillor C. Amulung, Councillor K. Christman, and Councillor L. Juss indicated that they were unable to attend the Foothills Little Bow Municipal Association Meeting on Friday, September 21, 2018. 11.5 Rural Municipalities of Alberta Fall 2018 Convention - Meetings with Ministers The: Executive Assistant provided background information on this item. A meeting with, Alberta Transportation South Region staff members has been scheduled for November 21, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Council suggested the following discussion topics: update on the "dangerous intersection" signage for the JBS plant • traffic counters - what are the criteria that determine their placement? • roundabouts versus four-way stops Council also requested that the Executive Assistant arrange a meeting with the Minister of Municipal Affairs for an update on this area. 11.9 Requests for Functions of Council 11.9.1 Building Cultural Capacity Workshops Councillor C. Amulung provided background information on this item. C-304/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR KELLY CHRISTMAN that Reeve M. Douglass and Councillor C. Amulung be permitted to attend the workshop "Building Cultural Capacity Part 2 - Social Communication & Problem Solving" in Brooks, AB on October 4, 2018 as a function of Council. MOTION CARRIED -/0 Page 10 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 11.9.2 Power Up Brooks Entrepreneur Conference (October 12, 2018) Reeve M. Douglass provided background information on this item. Discussion followed regarding covering the cost of registration for a local business person. C-305/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ANNE MARIE PHILIPSEN that Councillor L. Juss be permitted to attend the Power Up Brooks Entrepreneur Conference in Brooks, AB on October 12, 2018 as a function of Council. MOTION CARRIED 11.9.3 Rural Mental Health Conference (November 12-14, 2018) The Executive Assistant provided background information on this item and responded to questions from Council. C-306/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR ELLEN UNRUH that Reeve M. Douglass and Councillor C. Amulung be permitted to attend the Rural Mental Health Conference in Brooks, AB on November 12-14, 2018 as a function of Council. MOTION CARRIED 12. COMMITTEE REPORTS 12.1 Invasive Species Tour (August 7-9, 2018) Councillor A.M. Philipsen submitted a written report. 12.2 Canadian Badlands Tourism Councillor A.M. Philipsen submitted a written report. 12.3 Red Deer River Watershed Alliance Tour Councillor A.M. Philipsen submitted a written report. 12.4 Newell Foundation Councillor A.M. Philipsen submitted a written report. 12.6 Bow River Basin Council Councillor B. de Jong submitted a written report. Page 11 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 12.6 Canadian Badlands Councillor E. Unruh reported on the Community Development Tour in the Canadian Badlands event with Roger Brooks. Topics focused on tourism development and the highlights included focusing on a niche and becoming known for that, product development over marketing, developing parks with public washroom facilities to host a variety of different events, improving signage both on the highways and within urban areas, and planning regionally. 12.7 Rural Crime Watch/Safe Communities Committee Councillor T. Fyfe reported that the amount of methamphetamine moving into the area has increased, but rural crime in Alberta is down overall. She reminded everyone to shred any items with personal information to prevent identity theft. JBS Canada recently sponsored a successful soccer tournament in Brooks. The Safe Communities Committee is working with the Brooks RCMP and firefighters to distribute candy on Halloween. 12.8 Newell Recycling Association The Newell Recycling Association will be holding a mobile shredding event in the near future. Councillor L. Juss indicated that he attended the Annual General Meeting of the Southern Alberta Energy from Waste Association last week. He provided an update on the project, indicating that the group is still trying to obtain government funding to proceed with the project, but the private sector may need to become involved. Councillor L. Juss responded to questions from Council. 12.9 Newell Regional Services Commission Councillor C. Amulung indicated that he attended the Newell Regional Services Corporation Annual General Meeting. Annual reports have been distributed. 12.10 Recreation Board -Divisions 5 & 10 Councillor T. Fyfe provided information regarding a female hockey skills day that will be held at the Centennial Regional Arena on October 6, 2018. The event is intended to promote female hockey by letting interested women try out various skills. The Brooks Parks & Recreation Board is looking into changing the composition of that board to give the County more involvement. 12.11 Reeve's Report Reeve M. Douglass and Councillor A. M. Philipsen met recently with Dr. P. Vannini, Canada Research Chair, who is researching UNESCO World Heritage Sites and was looking for information regarding Dinosaur Provincial Park. Reeve M. Douglass attended the Newell Foundation staff barbecues and a Medicine Hat College event announcing that the social work program will be made available on \,Jon Friday evenings. The minutes of the September 11, 2018 Joint Services Page 12 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 Committee meeting will be distributed. Reeve M. Douglass participated in a recent citizenship ceremony where 190 individuals from 40 different countries were granted Canadian citizenship. She also attended the Elemental Energy Open House. Next week, Reeve M. Douglass will attend a meeting with a collaborative network of educators and health professionals and the grand opening of Eastbrook School. 13. POST AGENDA ITEMS There were no post agenda items to discuss at this meeting. 14. INFORMATION ITEMS 14.1 Update — Regionalization Reeve M. Douglass and the Chief Administrative Officer provided information regarding an upcoming meeting to discuss regionalization that will be held on October 15, 2018 at the JBS Canada Centre. All Councillors are invited to attend. Another informal meeting is scheduled for October 9, 2018. An update on regionalization discussions will appear as a standing item on future Council meeting agendas. 14.2 Mini Bus Monthly Report (August 2018) This item was accepted as information. 14.3 Strategic Priorities Chart This item was accepted as information. 14.4 Upcoming Community Events Council was provided a form to submit information for upcoming events in their community. 15. IN CAMERA C-307/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR TRACY FYFE that we move in camera at 2:57 p.m. to discuss the following matters: • Land — FOIPP Act Section 27. MOTION CARRIED Page 13 of 14 Regular Council September 20, 2018 C-308/18 MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HUBY KALLEN that we move out of camera at 3:55 p.m. MOTION CARRIED 16. ADJOURN Being that the agenda matters have been concluded, the meeting adjourned at 3:55 p.m. Signed this 11 day of { , 2018 Reeve ,ator 0 U Page 14 of 14