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City of Lacombe Council highlights – Jan. 28, 2019

The next scheduled Council Committee Meeting is on Feb. 4th 2019

Presentation

Red Deer Catering Proposal

Red Deer Catering representatives Andrew Stone and Colin Stone presented Council with a proposal for onsite catering at the Lacombe Memorial Centre (LMC). The caterers proposed a partnership with the LMC to drive new revenue streams for the City and grow the number of catered events in Lacombe.

Council & Legislative

Endorsement of Support

Council passed a resolution to support equitable treatment for all communities in accessing federal and provincial funding programs.

Recreation Services

Ice Resurfacer RFP

Council approved the purchase of the Olympia Millennium H Ice Resurfacer from Big Hill Services, with trade- in of the City’s existing 2009 Zamboni 525 ice resurfacer, for a net cost of $87,496.00 + GST.

Corporate Services

2019 Census

Council directed Administration to conduct a municipal census in 2019, to be funded by an adjustment to the capital reserve contributions. Council also designated April 2, 2019, as Census Day in Lacombe.

Local Emergency Management Regulations

Council accepted the report on the new Local Authority Emergency Management Regulations as information.

Motions Out of Camera

Alberta Order of Excellence Nominations

Council directed Administration to submit an award nomination for the Alberta Order of Excellence for any individual identified by a member of Council.

Catering Proposal

Council directed Administration to decline the proposal from Red Deer Catering to provide semi-exclusive catering at the Lacombe Memorial Centre.

*The next scheduled Council Committee Meeting is on February 4, 2019, at 5 p.m.

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

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

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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