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Agenda – Special Meeting – December 19, 2017 (pdf – 170KB)
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 3:30 p.m.
Council Chambers in the Municipal Office
1. Call to order
2. Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest
3. Delegations, Petitions or Presentations:
3:30 p.m. – Darlene Heffernan, Treasurer – Draft Budget Presentation (pdf – 2MB)
A presentation of the draft Operating and Capital Budget for 2018
Agenda – Council Meeting – December 19, 2017 (pdf – 143KB)
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
Council Chambers in the Municipal Building
Please note, that Council may, by general consensus, change the order of the agenda, without prior notification, in order to expedite the efficiency of conducting business.
All Cell Phones and other electronic Recording Devices must be turned off or removed from the Council Chambers prior to the commencement of the meeting. A request to use any such device may be considered by Council.
1. Moment of Silent Reflection
2. Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest
3. Adoption of Agenda – December 19, 2017
5. Business arising out of previous minutes:
6. Delegations, Petitions or Presentations: None
7. Other Business and Staff Reports:
a) Report to Council – 2016 Financial Indicator Review (pdf – 186KB)
b) Report to Council – Investment Policy Update (pdf – 171KB)
c) Report to Council – Expansion of ON Naloxone Program( pdf – 27KB)
d) Report to Council – Application for Rezoning (File: R-14-17, Hamilton, Roll No. 020-004-23600) (pdf – 540KB)
e) Report to Council – Automotive Flea Market and Car Show Financial Report (pdf – 119KB)
8. Committee Minutes and Other Reports: None
10. Correspondence – Action Items:
a) City of Clarence-Rockland – Resolution regarding Bill 160, Strengthening Quality and Accountability for Patients Act, 2017 (pdf – 102KB)
b) Ministry of Municipal Affairs – Public Consultation regarding Water Resources in Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) (pdf – 220KB)
11. Correspondence/Information Items:
a) MicroAge Report for November 2017 (pdf – 184KB)
b) AMO Watchfiles for December 7, 2017 (pdf – 147KB)
c) Peterborough Examiner – Article regarding Sustainable Peterborough (pdf – 413KB)
d) Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford – A letter regarding support for an extension of a two-way radio exemption for public utilities employees (pdf – 278KB)
e) PurEnergy – PowerPoint Presentation regarding Kawartha RNG – Organic Waste Diversion Project for Municipalities (pdf – 2MB)
f) Report on Canada 150 Events in the Township of Douro-Dummer (pdf – 176KB)
12. Accounts: None
13. Notices of Motion:
a) Bag Tag Program for Seasonal Residents (Deputy Mayor Moher)
Whereas residents with a mailing address beyond Douro-Dummer Township annually receive a 20 bag voucher for free drop off of waste at the transfer station;
And further that a number of these residents actually reside in Douro-Dummer and take advantage of the weekly township curbside pickup;
And whereas we need to continue to do everything possible to reduce the waste going to landfill;
Be it resolved that staff do whatever is reasonably necessary to review the list of residents receiving the annual 20 bag waste voucher and for staff to make such recommendations such as:
• Eliminate those residents now living in the township from receiving annual future 20 bag vouchers.
• Eliminate the voucher program in total except for resident owners located on islands.
• Eliminate the program in total
14. New Business:
15. Closed Session: None
16. Confirming By-law – By-law No. 2017-66 (pdf – 97KB)