The full agenda is available on the city website along with the Council Package for this meeting. If new to Council Meetings the full council package provides more background documentation relating to the business conducted, making the meeting a lot more meaningful.
Some highlights for Monday’s meeting include:
· The Administration Update found at
which contains some long awaited information about the The Growth Management Study. As the document itself is more than 500 pages long, it is apparent it will take some time to digest. However item 7.1 on the agenda, Administration Update will provide some initial very interesting reading.
The full document can be found at :
· 3 delegations
(5.1) Don and Maxine Bos, Mount Baker RV Park re: Capital Improvements at Mount Baker Park
(5.2) Lori Stevenson from the Canadian Cancer Society re: Collaborative Effort Between the Canadian Cancer Society and Rotary Club of Cranbrook
(5.3) Captain Kirk Green, Salvation Army and Al Campbell, the Cranbrook and District Community Foundation re: Homeless Shelter Needs Assessment Update
· Report Recommendations
12.1) Report Recommendation from the Mayor’s Office re: Appointment to Committee – Urban Deer Management Advisory Committee
(12.2) Report Recommendation from the CAO re: Waste Water Improvement Project: Updated Schedules – Costs and Funding Sources
(12.3) Report Recommendation from the Corporate Services Department re: RDEK Referral Proposed Rockyview Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2255, 2010
(12.4) Report Recommendation from the Corporate Services Department re: RDEK Referral – Proposed OSP and Rezoning Bylaws 2267 and 2268
(12.5) Report Recommendation from the Finance and Computer Services Department re: Tangible Capital Assets Policy No. 40-701
(12.6) Report Recommendation from the Finance and Computer Services Department re: ACAP Contribution Agreement – Decelerometer
(12.7) Report Recommendation from the Finance and Computer Services Department re: ACAP Contribution Agreement – Chemical Spreader
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