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Highlights from June 12, 2017 Council Meeting

Following a delegation by Mater Tasty Concessions owner Jackie Altomare requesting permission to establish a mobile food truck in Kindersley, Council approved the implementation of an On-Street Mobile Food Truck permit fee in the amount of $200 per calendar month, per vendor, which will allow for such operations to take place in designated locations of the downtown area. The permit is pursuant to regulations outlined in both the Licensing Bylaw 45-94 and Traffic Bylaw 15-16, and is in effect on a trial basis until December 31, 2017, after which it will be reviewed by Administration for report to Council.

Subsequently, Council also directed Administration to approve the request from Mater Tasty Concessions to operate a mobile food vending service within Kindersley.


Resident Tyler Bobbee formed the second delegation of the meeting, addressing Council to request a spot zoning change within the C3 zone along 12th Avenue North that would accommodate Bobbee in the construction of a new residential dwelling on his existing property.


Council gave formal acknowledgement of the RCMP Musical Ride Commemorative Regimental Flag, which was presented to the Town of Kindersley as a token of thanks following the completion of the three recent performances by the RCMP Musical Ride in Kindersley, May 27-28.


Nineteen organizations were awarded funding through the Town’s annual allocation of the Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) grant, which Council approved at the recommendation of the KCIP adjudication committee. A total of $45,154 will be distributed this year in Kindersley through KCIP, which is made possible through Saskatchewan Lotteries funding and is intended to encourage involvement in recreation, culture, and sports activities.


Council directed the Mayor and Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to enter into a Community Airport Partnership (CAP) Program Agreement in the amount of $39,000 (50 percent of the total cost of $78,000) to fund the asphalt surfacing of Taxi C at the Kindersley Regional Airport. The Agreement is made with Her Majesty the Queen, in Right of the Government of Saskatchewan, as represented by the Minister of Highways and Infrastructure.


The Mayor and CAO were directed to enter into a Master Services Agreement with AECOM for the provision of services as the engineering firm of record to the Town of Kindersley. This agreement will be in place for a period of three years.


Council acknowledged receipt of the Town of Kindersley’s audited financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2016, as prepared by MNP LLP.


Council proclaimed June as Brain Injury Awareness Month in recognition of the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association and its efforts to raise awareness of the effects and causes of acquired brain injury across Canada.


Date Updated: June 13, 2017 - 3:23 PM