MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

A few Highlights of the Council Meeting held on January 15, 2018....

Please feel free to contact Chief Administrative Officer, Michael Simpson at 403.882.3211 with any questions or for additional information.

Paintearth Community Adult Learning Council - MOVED by Councillor Blumhagen to accept the presentation from Cindy Heidecker and Kelsey Seth on the programming and services provided by the Paintearth Community Adult Learning Council in Castor and Coronation as information.

Halkirk 2 Wind Turbine Project - MOVED by Councillor Wiart to accept the presentation from Terry Vockeroth to Council on his letter regarding concerns with Land Use Bylaw Section 49 Solar and Wind Energy Conversion Systems, on the Halkirk 2 Wind Turbine Project, as information.

Bylaw 672-19 Borrowing Bylaw - Bylaw 672-19 being the Borrowing Bylaw, was given First, Second and Third and Final Reading.

RFD: Request to Reduce Assessment, Roll 37092440 - MOVED by Councillor Wiart the assessment on Roll 37092440 remains as is and not be reduced as requested as the Lessee.

Request: Town of Coronation/County of Paintearth Physician Recruitment & Retention Committee - MOVED by Councillor Glazier the physician residence at 5109 Imperial Avenue physician be listed for sale and the newer physician residence located at 4605 York Avenue be retained at this time.\

Request: Dale Pilsworth, County Grazing Lease SW 19-35-9 W4 - MOVED by Councillor Wiart the County Grazing Lease on SW 19-35-9 W4 be transferred to Dale Pilsworth.

RFD: Subdivision & Development Appeal Board Appointments - MOVED by Councillor Norton the appointment of Dwayne Felzien, Tyler Smith and Terry Vockeroth to serve on the Subdivision & Development Appeal Board.

RFD: Assessment Regional Review Board Appointments - MOVED by Councillor Hewitt the appointment of Dionne Elliott, Tony Nichols, Terry Vockeroth and Tyrrill Hewitt to serve on the Assessment Regional Review Board for a two year term ending October 2020.

RFD: InterPipeline Road Crossings Angles - MOVED by Councillor Glazier the requested crossings as presented be approved and County Policy No. 695 Pipelines, Well Equipment and Utilities - Right-of-Ways be amended for Administration to have the discretion for approval of border crossings within 45 degrees where circumstances warrant.

RFD: ATCO Road Crossing with Buried Line - MOVED by Councillor Norton the County approves the ATCO Road Crossing with Buried Line request on Twp Rd 400 and intersection of SH 855 and that ATCO is responsible for any ground work required from future road improvement projects.

Draft Policy 580 Sale of County-Owned Land - MOVED by Councillor Norton that County Policy 580 Sale of County-Owned Land as presented and reviewed be adopted.

Memorandum of Agreement - Town of Castor Recreation & County of Paintearth No. 18 - MOVED by Councillor Glazier the Memorandum of Agreement between the Town of Castor Recreation and the County of Paintearth No. 18 to continue to operate the Castor Minor Sports Council be approved for signature.

Lauderdale Community Hall - MOVED by Councillor Glazier that the Lauderdale Community Hall be offered for sale by public tender as per County Policy 580 Sale of County-Owned Land with the following criteria:

  • No Reserve Bid set
  • Deposit of 10% in a Certified Cheque must accompany bids
  • Bids due in sealed envelopes at the County Office on April 10, 2019 by 12 p.m.
  • Tenders will be opened at the County Office on April 11, 2019 at 12:30 p.m.
  • Tenders will be reviewed by Council during the April 16, 2019 Regular Council Meeting
  • Advertising to take place in local newspapers, Castor Advance and East Central Review, as well as County social media

Upcoming Meetings - Council Meetings - February 12, 2019 and March 12, 2019 commencing at 9:00 a.m. and are always open to the public. Delegations are always welcome. To request a time allotment, please call the office of the CAO. All requests must clearly identify the reason or purpose of the appointment and follow the guidelines as per Section 20 - Delegations of the County’s Procedure Bylaw 660-18.