City of Lacombe Council highlights – Feb. 25, 2019

The next scheduled Council Committee Meeting is on March 18, 2019, at 5 p.m.

Planning & Development Services

Bylaw 400.22 (Midway Centre Lift Station Rezoning)

Council gave first reading to Bylaw 400.22, to re-designate a portion of SE 26-40-27 W4 (0.44 Acres) to Utility District (UT), in order to facilitate the development of the sanitary lift station necessary to service the west area, as presented. Council then directed Administration to hold a public hearing for Bylaw 400.22 at 5:30pm on Monday, March 25, 2019, at City Hall.

Corporate Services

Bylaw 469 (Responsible Animal Ownership Bylaw)

Council directed Administration to remove the wording “tattooed” from Section 3.36 of Bylaw 469.

Council subsequently directed Administration to revise Bylaw 469, the Responsible Animal Ownership Bylaw, with the recommendations as outlined and return to Council for third reading.

Community Services

Decision Format Template

Council approved the proposed Request for Decision Template for immediate use.

BOLT Bus Service

Council passed a resolution to accept the BOLT Service Adjustment Report as information.

Council then defeated a motion to direct Administration to provide exit strategy options of the Bolt Bus with consideration of its regional partners and the residents of the city of Lacombe.

Council & Legislative

Committee Meeting

Council cancelled the March 4, 2019, Committee meeting and scheduled a Committee meeting for March 18.

Motions Out of Camera

Land

Council directed Administration to prepare an RFP for partnerships to further the City’s strategic plan.

Personnel

Council received the Year One Performance Objectives Update as information.

Council accepted and deemed the results of the annual performance review successful, and granted a merit increase based on the approved CAO salary grid to CAO Matthew Goudy effective March 6, 2019.

*The next scheduled Council Committee Meeting is on March 18, 2019, at 5 p.m.

*The next scheduled Regular Council Meeting is on March 11, 2019, at 5 p.m.

*The next scheduled Regular Council Meeting is on March 25, 2019, at 5 p.m.

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