Highlights from January 29, 2018 Council Meeting
Mayor Rod Perkins and Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Bernie Morton were directed to enter into a Non-Exclusive Occupancy Agreement with Kindersley Animal Welfare Society (KAWS) for the shared use of the Animal Pound.
Council also directed administration to purchase a SCADA software key ($12,305, plus applicable taxes) for the Water Treatment Plant to ensure efficiency of the system. This purchase will form a part of the 2018 operating budget.
The following appointments were made by Council for 2018:
- Deputy Administrator – Director of Corporate Services, Audrey Hebert
- Auditor – MNP LLP
- Assessor – Director of Corporate Services, Audrey Hebert
- Building Inspectors
- Chris Gates, BuildTECH Consulting & Inspections Inc. (Class 3); Jason Kent, BuildTECH Consulting & Inspections Inc. (Class 2); Terry Rolleston, BuildTECH Consulting & Inspections Inc. (Class 1)
- Kindersley Emergency Measures
- Director – Chief Administrative Officer, Bernie Morton; Coordinator – Director of Transportation and Environmental Services, Kim Vogel; Deputy Coordinator – Bylaw Enforcement Officer, Chanell Brick
- Planning Consultancy of Record – Crosby Hanna & Associates
- Engineering Consultancy of Record – AECOM
- Development Appeals Board
- Chair – Clint Krismer; Vice-Chair – Gord Krismer; Members – Kirby Bodnard, Brenda Lauf, Cam Duncan, Dave Lang; Secretary - Aileen Swenson
- Board of Revision
- Chair – Clint Krismer; Vice-Chair – Gord Krismer; Members – Jeff Hutton, Kirby Bodnard, Brenda Lauf, Cam Duncan, Dave Lang; Secretary – Aileen Swenson
Council gave first reading to the Animal Control Bylaw 03-18, which will be posted on the Kindersley website for viewing before Council revisits it for second reading at the February 12, 2018 Council meeting. The bylaw updates the existing Animal Control Bylaw 18-11.
Repeal Bylaw 04-18 was given all three readings and adopted. Bylaw 04-18 primarily serves an administrative function repealing a variety of outdated and inactive bylaws primarily related to lane closures.
Deputy Mayor Ken Francis, having been recently elected as Saskatchewan Party candidate for the Kindersley constituency, announced his resignation from Council, effective January 31, 2018.
Date Updated: January 30, 2018 - 1:45 PM