Citizens for a Livable Cranbrook Society provides grassroots leadership and an inclusive process, with a voice for all community members, to ensure that our community grows and develops in a way that incorporates an environmental ethic, offers a range of housing and transportation choices, encourages a vibrant and cultural life and supports sustainable, meaningful employment and business opportunities.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Advance Council Notes - December 10th


5.1 Chamber of Commerce - Results of Doing Business in Cranbrook Survey
5.2 Renovation of Heidi's Restaurant to a Brewhouse

7.1 Administration Updates

Engineering - Administration is developing and alternative watering source for cattle for the G1 Spray Irrigation Fields. The alternative water source will be a large trough.

Library Service - Presentation of the Library's strategic plan

RCMP - 2012 Mayor's Report


9.1 Pitch in Week
9.2 Trans Canada Trail Update
9.3 Fire Protection of Fort Steele
9.4 Ktunaxa Nation Community Action Convening Grant
9.5 Partnership with Key City Theatre - School District Proclamation regarding the replacement of Mt. Baker Secondary School
9.6 Funding Support Candlelight Vigil - request for waiver of fee for use of Rotary Park Bandstand.

11.1 Committee Recommendations - Family and Community Services
That a letter of support be send to the Interior Health Authority outlining concerns and recommendation for action on the matter of on the matters of blood testing and nurse practitioners.

New Business

12.1 2013 Regular Council Meeting Dates
12.2 2013 Acting Mayor Appointments
12.3 Appointments to Committees Council Members
12.4 Appointments to Committees
12.5 Mayor's Brown Bag Lunch Nov. 20 - One person of the public attended.
12.6 Asset Management Investment Plan - To seek council's approval regarding next steps for implementation of the Asset Management Investment Plan (AMIP) and refer to the Environment and Utilities Committee for their recommendations.
12.7 Urban Deer Population Count Results


13.1 Zoning Amendment Airport - to allow for expanded commercial and industrial development on airport lands.
13.2 OCP Amendment - to consider a comprehensive amendment to the Official Community Plan which will add new sections integrating the City's Integrated Sustainability Plan and Growth Management Study.
13.3 Fees & Charges Amendment
13.4 Animal Control Amendment - Increase in Dog License Fees

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