SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NEVILLE

                        HELD IN THE VILLAGE OFFICE ON October 26, 2022

                         

PRESENT:  Councilor Nora McLearn, Councilor Mary Ferris, Councilor Jenny Cote, Village Clerk Cindy Berry, and Administrator Sandra Krushelniski

 

CALL TO ORDER:  Mayor Nora McLearn called the Special Meeting of Council to                                                       order at 6:57 p.m.    

 

Senior Planner Jonathan Pradinuk M.Pl, RPP joined the meeting at 7:00 p.m.    

 

215/22 Adoption of Agenda

Ferris:  That the Agenda be adopted with addition.

 

                                                            CARRIED                                                                                            216/22 Motion to Recess

Cote:  That the Special Meeting of the Council of the Village of Neville be recessed until the conclusion of the Public Hearing. 

                                   

                                                            CARRIED

 

Mayor McLearn called the Public Hearing on the new Zoning Bylaw, 5-2022, and the adoption of an Official Community Plan Bylaw, 4-2022, at 7:03 p.m.

 

There were no verbal or written objections or comments to the proposed bylaws.  There were zero members of the public in attendance.

 

Senior Planner Jonathan Pradinuk M.Pl, RPP left the Public Hearing at 7:05 p.m.

 

Mayor McLearn adjourned the Public Hearing at 7:15 p.m.

 

CALL TO RECONVENE:  Mayor Nora McLearn called the Special Meeting of Council back to                                                 order at 7:15 p.m.   

217/22 Bylaw 4-2022

Cote:  That Bylaw No. 4-2022, being a Bylaw to Establish an Official Community Plan, be read a second time.                                       

                                                CARRIED

218/22 Bylaw 4-2022

Ferris:  That Bylaw 4-2022, being a Bylaw to Establish an Official Community Plan, be read a third time and adopted.                                          

                                                CARRIED

 

219/22 Amendments to Bylaw 5-2022

McLearn:  That the following Amendments be made to Bylaw 5-2022, being the Zoning Bylaw:

                        1)  3.4.2 to read “shall be considered” instead of “is permitted”,

                        2)  4.9 is eliminated which changes the numbering for section 4.

                        3)  4.11.4, (was 4.12.4), to read “Notwithstanding Section 4.11.1 above, shipping                          containers that are repurposed for uses other than temporary storage maybe                                    considered in the R1 and C1 Zoning Districts subject to all permits and                                          requirements applicable to that use, provided it:” instead of “Shipping containers                           intended for uses other than storage may be considered subject to all permits and                           requirements applicable to that use, provided it:”.

                                   

                                                            CARRIED

220/22 Bylaw 5-2022

Cote:  That Bylaw No. 5-2022, being the Zoning Bylaw, be read a second time.                                        

                                                CARRIED

221/22 Bylaw 5-2022

Ferris:  That Bylaw 5-2022, being the Zoning Bylaw, be read a third time and adopted.                                        

                                                CARRIED

NEW BUSINESS:

 

222/22 Legion Donation

Cote:  That Council directs the Clerk to make a donation, on behalf of the Village, in the amount of $55.00 to the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 328, Poppy Fund. 

                                   

                                                            CARRIED

223/22 DLO Metals’ Invoice

Ferris:  That Council directs the Clerk to pay the invoice of $299.70 for the T-Box markers for the Disc Golf Course.              

                                                            CARRIED

224/22 Letter to Ratepayers

McLearn:  That Council directs the Clerk to write letters to ratepayers about their use of self-propelled equipment to plow snow.

                       

                                                            CARRIED

                                   

ADJOURNMENT:  Mayor McLearn declared the meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m.

 

 

 

                                    _____________________                 ______________________                                                                              Mayor                                                Clerk

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