REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NEVILLE
HELD IN THE VILLAGE OFFICE ON May 11, 2022
PRESENT: Mayor Nora McLearn, Councilor Jennifer Cote, Councilor Mary Ferris, Clerk Cindy Berry, and Administrator Sandra Krushelniski.
CALL TO ORDER: Mayor McLearn called the regular meeting of Council to order at 7:01 p.m.
94/22 Adoption of Agenda
Ferris: That the Agenda be adopted with additions.
PRESENTATION: The R.C.M.P. were unable to attend. Their emailed crime report was presented by the Clerk. Three things Council would like the R.C.M.P. to monitor in the village are: Speeding, Expired License Plates, and Off Road Vehicles Stunting.
Cote: That the minutes of the regular meeting held on April 13, 2022 be approved.
Ferris: That the minutes of the special meeting held on April 27, 2022 be approved.
Cote: That the following correspondence having been read, be accepted as information and filed:
- Ambulance Statistics for March
- Education Property Tax Mill Rates
- Historic Places Initiative
- Hazardous Waste Collection Site
- STARS Donation Request
- OWWA Rain Barrels and Totes
- OWWA AGM
- Communities in Bloom
- Multi Material Stewardship – Changes to Agreement
- Changes to Municipal Property Tax Tools Limit
98/22 Financial Reports
Ferris: That bank reconciliations, cash receipts and cash payments for the month of April 2022 be acknowledged and filed.
99/22 Payment of Accounts
Cote: That the following expenses for April 14, 2022 – May 11, 2022 are approved:
SaskTel 151.58 ---
Cindy Berry 1261.14 5099
Cindy Berry (mileage) 378.78 5100
Harvey Linnen 13.28 5101
Don Forness 250.00 5102
Neville Fire Dept 1400.00 5103
Xerox Lease 164.77 5104
Nora McLearn 150.00 5105
Mary Ferris 90.00 5106
Jenny Cote 90.00 5107
Sandra Krushelniski 108.00 5108
Square 3.71 ---
Cindy Berry 861.31 5109
Revenue Canada 1340.90 5110
Ben McLearn 50.00 5111
Harvey Linnen 161.00 5112
Nora McLearn 90.00 5113
Mary Ferris 90.00 5114
Jennifer Cote 90.00 5115
Sandra Krushelniski 108.00 5116
Nora McLearn 60.00 5117
SaskPower 323.11 ---
SaskPower 131.98 ---
SaskEnergy 180.40 ---
SUMA 412.92 5118
MEPP 654.18 5119
SK Finance School Tax 316.68 5120
The Southwest Booster 120.75 5121
Square .10 ---
Heavenly Scent Greenhouse 727.17 5122
Triways 1296.43 5123
Publications SK 30.00 5124
Square 1.99 ---
Square .10 ---
#8023 195 MacMor 85.25 884
Great West Auto 405.63 885
SaskPower 105.93 ---
SaskEnergy 170.11 ---
100/22 Council Monthly Reports
McLearn: That Council accepts the written and verbal Council Monthly Reports.
Council was updated on Tax Enforcement.
101/22 Nuisance Grounds
Cote: Council accepts the agreement with Stantec Consulting Ltd. to do further testing at the Nuisance Grounds at a cost of $6961.00.
102/22 Nuisance Grounds
Ferris: Council accepts the application for the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program grant, Detailed Cost Estimate for Landfill Decommissioning & CAP, as prepared by Stantec Consulting Ltd. Further, Council directs the Clerk to contact Stantec Consulting Ltd. and have them submit the grant application on behalf of the Village of Neville.
103/22 Fire Department Report
McLearn: That Council accepts the written Fire Report.
104/22 Lagoon Report
Cote: That Council accepts the verbal lagoon report for May 2022.
Asset Management SK
Council was updated on the progress of Asset Management.
105/22 Disc Golf
Ferris: That Council directs the Clerk to order 10 of the 2’ Blue Spruce from Swift Tree Center at $60 per tree. Further Council approves the purchase of 20 more conifer trees as they become available.
106/22 Village Sign
Cote: That Council approves the final sign design as presented.
107/22 Infrastructure Fee
Ferris: That Council rescinds motion 89/22 and will look at an Infrastructure Tax for 2023.
Council was informed that there will not be a Commissionaire for our area for 2022.
Official Community Plan
Council was presented with the Official Community Plan draft for review.
108/22 Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Cote: That Council approves the purchase of 2 carbon monoxide detectors.
109/22 Village Garage Sale
Ferris: That Council approves a village garage sale for July 9, 2022. This will coincide with Vanguad’s garage sale.
Cote: That Council approves the Notice describing the Village Picnic, Clean Up Day and the Garage Sale, to be included with the spring utility bills.
McLearn: That Council directs the Clerk to write to the 2 property owners who need to clean up the area between their buildings. Further Council directs the Clerk to write to the property owners about the repairs to the roadway and the ditch.
112/22 Triways Contract
Ferris: That Council directs the Clerk to enter into a 3 year contract with Triways Disposal to continue curbside pickup of waste and recycling.
113/22 SGI Access to Information
Cote: That Council directs the Clerk to renew the SGI Access to Information Agreement.
Ferris: That Council approves the 2021 Audit as presented. The Mayor will sign after a final review confirms no changes.
115/22 June 2022 Calendar
Cote: That Council approves the Office Calendar for June 2022.
116/22 Bylaw 2-2022
Ferris: That Bylaw No. 2-2022, being a Bylaw to Establish Mill Rate Factors, be introduced and read a first time.
117/22 Bylaw 2-2022
Cote: That Bylaw No. 2-2022, being a Bylaw to Establish Mill Rate Factors, be read a second time.
118/22 Bylaw 22022
Ferris: That Bylaw No. 2-2022 be given third reading at this meeting.
119/22 Bylaw 2-2022
Cote: That Bylaw No. 2-2022, being a Bylaw to Establish Mill Rate Factors, be read a third time and adopted.
120/22 Next Meeting
McLearn: That the next regular Council Meeting will be June 8, 2022.
ADJOURNMENT: Mayor McLearn declared the meeting adjourned at 9:01 p.m.