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Meeting Minutes

Tuesday August 6, 2013


Tuesday August 06, 2013

"ANY MINUTES POSTED BEFORE APPROVED BY COUNCIL ARE ONLY DRAFT MINUTES!!!"
MUNICIPALITY OF MORRIS-TURNBERRY
COUNCIL CHAMBERS
41342 Morris Road
Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 7:30 pm
Minutes of the Meeting

 

1) Call to order:  The meeting was called to order by Mayor Paul Gowing at 7:30 pm with all members in attendance for the call to order.

Council in Attendance:
Paul Gowing
Jason Breckenridge
David Baker
Jamie Heffer    
Jamie McCallum
John Smuck                             
Neil Warwick


Staff in Attendance:
Nancy Michie                Administrator Clerk Treasurer
Gary Pipe                      Director of Public Works
Steve Fortier                  Chief Building Official
Consultants:                 Susanna Reid               Huron County Planner

Others in Attendance:
1.      Jackie Riggs                        The Wingham Advance Times
2.   Paul Fear                             Ratepayer
3.   Wayne Fear                        Ratepayer
3.   Matt Robillard                    Agent for Monoway Farms   
4.   John Schwartzentruber        Ratepayer  
5.   Jim Hunter                          Ratepayer

2) Agenda:
An addendum from the Clerk was added to the agenda for consideration, as the items were of a time sensitive nature.

Adoption of Agenda:
Motion:  307-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer                      Seconded by Jamie McCallum
“That the agenda for the meeting of August 6th, 2013 be adopted as amended.”
Disposition                     Carried

3) Declaration of Pecuniary Interest:
Neil Warwick declared a pecuniary interest for Item No. 6 Accounts, since an account for his
business is listed on the Road Accounts.
No other member declared a pecuniary interest, at this time.

4) Minutes:
Motion:  308-2013       Moved by Jason Breckenridge           Seconded by Neil Warwick
“That the minutes of the July 16th, 2013 Council Meeting be adopted as circulated.”
Disposition                       Carried

5) Business from the Minutes
There was no other business from the minutes to be discussed.

6) Accounts
Motion:  309-2013      Moved by John Smuck                        Seconded by Neil Warwick
"That the Accounts dated August 6th, 2013 be approved for payment in the amount of $ 191,271.54.”
Disposition                        Carried

Neil Warwick declared a pecuniary interest and left the table.

Motion:  310-2013      Moved by Jamie McCallum     Seconded by John Smuck
“That the account of Neil’s Repair Service in the amount of $48.53 be approved for payment.”
Disposition        Carried

Neil Warwick returned to the table.

John Schwartzentruber, Steve Fortier, Gary Pipe and Jim Hunter arrived at the meeting.

7)  7.1  Zoning Amendments:
Susanna Reid – Huron County Planner

Subject Lands:   South Part Lot 3, Concession 5, Morris Ward
Owner:   Monoway Farms Limited
Wayne Fear, Paul Fear and Matt Robillard were in attendance.

1.  Call to order -                                by Mayor Paul Gowing at 7:40 pm.
2.  Purpose of the Public Meeting –   Mayor Gowing

PURPOSE AND EFFECT

The purpose of the application is to change the zoning on South Part of Lot 3, Concession 5, Morris Ward, Municipality of Morris-Turnberry from:

   ‘General Agriculture (AG1)’ to ‘General Agricultural-Special Provisions (AG1-17)’

The rezoning is required to permit the enlargement of an existing hog operation on the south part of Lots 3, 4 and 5, Concession 5, Morris Ward to 616 nutrient units.

The AG1-17 zone recognized a MDS setback of 212 metres from a neighbouring residence located on the North Part Lot 3, Concession 6, Morris Ward where the Morris Zoning By-law requires setback of 300 metres.  The 911 address of neighbouring residence is 40365 Morris Road.

3. County Planning Department - Susanna Reid recommends the zoning be approved pursuant to the planning report, dated August 1, 2013, provided that an undertaking be registered
on title stating that the bank barn on the South Part of Lot 3, Concession 5,   will not be used for housing livestock.

4.Comments Received – Nancy Michie advised that there were no comments.

5.Applicants comments – Matt Robillard is the Agent representing Monoway Farms, he was in attendance and available to answer any questions.

6.Public comments – John Schwartzentruber asked if this will set a precedent.Mayor Paul Gowing said it will not.

7. Council comments and questions – The Council requested that the letter from Greg Stewart- Legal Counsel, be read.  The council asked about the farm across the road, if it was in the same name, would a zoning amendment be required, the answer was ‘yes’.The Council questioned why the bank barn requires restriction.

8.Explanation of the Process following the Public Meeting by Mayor Gowing
If the By-law is passed, the Clerk is required to send Notice of Passing of the By-law, to all persons and agencies notified of this Public Meeting.  There is a 20 day objection period from the time Notice of Passing of the by-law has been mailed by first class mail, wherein submissions/letters of objections or support in respect to the  passing of the
by-law, will be received by the Clerk.

9.Adjournment:                                                                         7:55 pm
Motion:  311-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge Seconded by John Smuck
“That the meeting be adjourned and re-enter regular session of council.”
Disposition      Carried

7.2  Consideration of the By-law:
1.  No Further Notice:
Motion:  312-2013       Moved by Jason Breckenridge            Seconded by Neil Warwick
“That pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act,  No further notice is required, the notice as circulated stated a reduced MDS I setback is requested, where it should correctly
state a  reduced MDS II setback is requested. Also, the required setback from the barn expansion to any neighbouring house is 260 metres, not 300 metres as stated in the notice.”
Disposition     Carried

2. Passage of the By-law:
Motion:  313-2013         Moved by Neil Warwick       Seconded by Dave Baker
“That By-law No. 57 -2013  be passed as given first, second, third and final readings,  being a by-law to change the zoning from ‘General Agriculture (AG1)’ to ‘General
Agricultural-Special Provisions (AG1-17)’,   for  South Part of Lot 3, Concession 5, Morris Ward,Municipality of Morris-Turnberry ;  and that an undertaking be registered
on title stating that the bank barn on the South Part of Lot 3, Concession 5,   will not be used for housing livestock. ”
Disposition      Carried

Wayne Fear, Paul Fear and Matt Robillard left the meeting at 8:00 pm.

Mayor Gowing welcomed and introduced Susanna Reid to the Council.

7.3 Zoning Amendments:                                                                            8:00 pm                                               Susanna Reid – Huron County Planner

Subject Lands:   West Part of Lots 66 & 67, RP 162, Belgrave, Morris Ward
Owner:   Municipality of Morris-Turnberry

1.  Call to order -                                by Mayor Paul Gowing
2.  Purpose of the Public Meeting –   Mayor Gowing

PURPOSE AND EFFECT

 

The purpose of the application is to change the zoning on the West Part of Lots 66 & 67, RP 162, Belgrave, Morris Ward, Municipality of Morris-Turnberry from:

·   ‘Institutional (I1)’ to ‘Village Residential-Low Density (VR1) Zone’.

To permit the development of the land for low density residential purposes.  The subject property is approximately .91 ha (2.24 acres).  The area subject to the zone change is 5,665 square metres (1.4 acres).  The property is located at the corner of Parker Drive and London Road/ Highway #4, Belgrave.

This rezoning is initiated by the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.  The Municipality is proposing to subdivide the .91 ha (2.24 acre) lot into four parcels intended for single detached dwellings.

3. County Planning Department – Susanna Reid recommends the zoning be approved pursuant to the planning report, dated August 1, 2013.

4. Comments Received – Nancy Michie advised that Jim Hunter has concerns of how you will get access.  Gary Pipe said Huron County checked the access and  the site lines are ok.

5.Applicants comments – There were no comments from the applicant.

6. Public comments – Jim Hunter was in attendance to obtain information on the lot proposal.   
He asked what the Municipality paid for the property, where the road access will be for the lots and if the Municipality owns the whole parcel,  or have two lots been taken off the parcel.
The Municipality paid $83,000 for the property in 2011.  There have not been two lots taken off the property,  and Gary Pipe explained the proposal for the road access for the four lots, 1 off London Road,   1  off John Street, 1 off Parker Drive and 1 optional – off Parker Drive or John Street.

Jim Hunter left the meeting at 8:13 pm.

7. Council comments and questions – The Council asked if it will be in 4 equal sized lots. 
Susanna Reid said yes they will be and the Health Unit will review the proposal.  
The proposal has already been sent to the Health Unit and they review the lot size.

8.Explanation of the Process following the Public Meeting by Mayor Gowing
If the By-law is passed, the Clerk is required to send Notice of Passing of the By-law, to all persons and agencies notified of this Public Meeting.  There is a 20 day objection period from the time Notice of Passing of the by-law has been mailed by first class mail, wherein submissions/letters of objections or support in respect to the  passing of the by-law, will be received by the Clerk.

9. Adjournment:
Motion:  314-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge             Seconded by Jamie McCallum
“That the meeting be adjourned and re-enter regular session of council.”
Disposition      Carried

7.4 Consideration of the By-law:

1. By-law:

Motion:  315-2013         Moved by Jason Breckenridge Seconded by John Smuck
“That By-law No. 56 - 2013  be passed as given first, second, third and final readings,  being a by-law to change the zoning from ‘Institutional (I1)’ to ‘Village Residential-Low
Density (VR1) Zone’, West Part of Lots 66 & 67, RP 162, Belgrave, Morris Ward, Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition Carried

Susanna Reid left the meeting at 8:15 pm.

8) Building                                                                                               8:15 pm
Steve Fortier – Chief Building Official

8.1 Septic Service Fees:                to be effective September 9, 2013.
Motion:  316-2013         Moved by Dave Baker          Seconded by Jason Breckenridge
“That the Council of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry authorize that the Building By-law fee schedule be amended to include the septic permit fees of $480.00 flat fee
for new and replacement and $220.00 flat fee for alterations, repairs, additions, replacement of tank or bed only and the fees be monitored and reviewed annually.”
Disposition Carried

8.2 OK Wright Farms Inc Agreement relating to the Doerr Municipal Drain
An agreement has been drawn and signed by OK Wright Farms Inc. that if the building project moves forward prior to the drain project, OK Wright Farms Inc. will assume all
liability for the drain, prior to drain construction.

8.3 RFP Turnberry School
Steve Fortier presented a report on the RFP process.

Steve Fortier left the meeting at 8:45 pm.

9)  Doerr Municipal Drain Report – 2013                                                          8:45 pm
Court of Revision
Report by Jeremy Taylor – R J Burnside & Associates Limited
Jeremy Taylor was not in attendance.

9.2.1  Members:  Motion Passed July 16, 2013

Motion:  294-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge             Seconded by Dave Baker
“That the (3)  three  members of the Court of Revision be:  John Smuck, Jamie McCallum and  Jason Breckenridge.”
Disposition      Carried

9.2.2   Close the Regular Session of Council:                                                8:45 pm
Motion:  317-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer                       Seconded by Neil Warwick
“That the regular meeting of council be adjourned and enter into the Court of Revision for the Doerr Municipal Drain, 2013.”
Disposition     Carried

Paul Gowing, Dave Baker, Jamie Heffer and Neil Warwick pushed back from the table.

9.2.3   Chairperson:
Motion:  318-2013      Moved by John Smuck                        Seconded by Jason Breckenridge
“That the Chairperson be John Smuck.”
Disposition     Carried

9.2.4    Chairperson John Smuck -  Open the Court
John Smuck declared that the Court be opened.

9.2.5    Appeals:
1.Review the written appeals:
No appeals have been received.

2.Ask the floor if any verbal appeals
There were no verbal appeals.

3. Engineer –Jeremy Taylor was not in attendance, due to no appeals received.

4. Deliberation by the Court of Revision Members:
There were no comments from the 3 members of the Court of Revision; John Smuck, Jamie McCallum and Jason Breckenridge.

5.  Decision of the Court:
There was no opposition to the revised report.

6.  Adjournment:                                                                 8:50 pm
Motion:  319-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge             Seconded by Jamie McCallum
"That the Court for the Doerr Municipal Drain Report-2013, be adjourned.”
Disposition      Carried

The Mayor called that the Regular Session of Council be reconvened at 8:50 pm.

9.2.6  Tender Date:  The tender results will be presented to the council on September                                                        3, 2013.

10) Roads                                                                                                              8:50 pm
Gary Pipe – Director of Public Works

1.Road Report
Motion:  320-2013      Moved by Jamie McCallum     Seconded by Jamie Heffer
“That the August 6, 2013 Road Report be received.”
Disposition      Carried

The poplar trees at the unopened road allowance at Murray Fears, will be removed.

2.Fred Friendorf:
1.  Purchase of Railroad Property
In the past Morris-Turnberry has not been interested in the disposal of this land and is not at this time.

2.Bridge over the Gregory Drain
This item was discussed and filed.

3.Soap coming into the Gregory Drain
Gary Pipe walked the drain and saw no suds.

3.Lighting at the Turnberry Shop

Motion:  321-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer                       Seconded by Neil Warwick
“That the Council of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry approve the agreement for light replacement for the Turnberry Works Garage,   under the Small Business lighting program
with Hydro One, at the cost of $756.25 for the Municipality.”
Disposition      Carried

4.  Hot Mix Paving Clyde Line Tender
Tender Listing

Motion:  322-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge             Seconded by Dave Baker
“That the tender submitted by Lavis Contracting Co. Ltd. for the Hot Mix Paving of Clyde Line,  be accepted at the tender price of $193,908.00 which includes HST.”
Disposition      Carried

11) Business:

11.1  Draft Animal Control By-Law

1.Deputation:  John Schwartzentruber made a presentation to the Council concerning the draft Animal Control By-Law, commencing at 9:05 pm.

Gary Pipe left the meeting at 9:25pm.

2.A copy of the Animal Control By-law with final amendments and the  Report
from the Recommendations from Greg Stewart – Donnelly & Murphy Law Office

Motion:  323-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer           Seconded by Jamie McCallum
“That the Council of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry hold a special closed to the public council meeting to discuss the draft Animal Control By-law with legal counsel in attendance
and following the closed session, give consideration to the public meeting for the matter.”
Disposition      Carried

John Schwartzentruber left the meeting at 9:30 pm.

11.2  Disposition of 3 lots owned by the Municipality

Motion:  324-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge             Seconded by John Smuck
“That the Council of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry approve the report for the disposition of lots and  proceed with the advertisement for the disposal of the property, at 83019 Brussels Line, Walton, ON; and  call for tenders to dispose of the property.”
Disposition      Carried

Motion:  325-2013      Moved by Neil Warwick          Seconded by Jason Breckenridge
“That the Council of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry approve the report for the disposition or lots and proceed with the advertisement for the disposal of the property, at
39 Queen’s Street Belgrave, ON and tender as four ( 4)  individual lots or 1 parcel  and note that any tender may not be accepted;    the reserve bid will be the appraisal amount.”
Disposition      Carried

11.3  2013 Final Tax Newsletters

Motion:  326-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge Seconded by Dave Baker
“That the Council of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry approve the two Newsletters  for disbursement with the 2013 tax billings.”
Disposition      Carried

11.4  Notice of Preliminary Hearing and Hearing before the Environmental  Review Tribunal for the St. Columban Wind Project
August 14, 2013, 10:00 am, Brussels Morris & Grey Community Centre

11.5  Comments for Infrastructure Funds
A report was presented for Council’s information.

11.6  North Huron Fire:
1.  New Fire Chief – David Sparling
David Sparling will be officially sworn in August 6th at the North Huron Council meeting.

2.  Financial Report – Year to date as of July 31, 2013
A report on the financial status of the North Huron Fire Department was reviewed.

11.7  Municipality of Morris-Turnberry Financial Report
A Year to date report, as of July 31, 2013 was reviewed by the Council.
The Council discussed how the expense for the Turnberry School purchase will be handled, either reserve or a loan.

12) By-laws:
12.1  By-Law 49-2013 - Amending Chief Building Official By-law
Motion:  327-2013      Moved by Neil Warwick          Seconded by John Smuck
"That By-Law No. 49-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to amend the appointment By-Law No. 18-2008, being a by-law to remove  
the Property Standards Officer appointment from the position of a Chief Building Official  duties, in the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

12.2  By-Law 50-2013 - Appointing a Property Standards Officer
Motion:  328-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge Seconded by Jamie McCallum
"That By-Law No. 50-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to appoint James Marshall as the Property Standards Officer,  in the  
Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

12.3 By-Law 51-2013 - to Appoint a Community Emergency Management Coordinator and Alternate
Motion:  329-2013      Moved by John Smuck                        Seconded by Jamie Heffer
"That By-Law No. 51-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to confirm the appointment of  Nancy Michie as the Community Emergency Management  Coordinator and James Marshall as the Alternate Community Emergency Management Coordinator, in the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

12.4 By-Law 52-2013 -  to Authorize an agreement for Fire Suppression Services   
with the Municipality of Huron East

Motion:  330-2013      Moved by Neil Warwick          Seconded by Dave Baker
"That By-Law No. 52-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to authorize the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry to execute and affix the   
Corporate Seal to authorize an agreement for Fire Suppression Services with the   Municipality of Huron East, in the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

12.5 By-Law 53-2013 -  to Authorize an agreement for Fire Suppression Services  
with the Township of North Huron

Motion:  331-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer                       Seconded by John Smuck
"That By-Law No. 53-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to authorize the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry to execute and affix the   
Corporate Seal to authorize an amendment to the fire agreement for Fire Suppression  Services with the Township of North Huron, as approved by By-law No. 27-2013, in the  
Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

12.6 By-Law No.   54-2013 Amending Belgrave Water Supply to North Huron
A report was attached for the Council’s information regarding amendments.

Motion:  332-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge Seconded by Jamie Heffer
"That By-Law No. 54-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to amend the Schedule “A” of the agreement between the Corporation of
the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry and the Corporation of the Township of North Huron, regarding the supply of water to owners or occupants of land,   in the Hamlet of Belgrave.”
Disposition      Carried

12.7 By-Law 55-2013 -  to Authorize an agreement for Fire Suppression
Services with the Township of Howick

Motion:  333-2013      Moved by Jason Breckenridge Seconded by Jamie McCallum
"That By-Law No. 55-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to authorize the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry to execute and affix the   
Corporate Seal to authorize an amendment to the fire agreement for Fire Suppression  Services with the Township of Howick, as approved by By-law No. 69-2011, in the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

12.8 By-law 59-2013 - By-law to Appoint a Fire Chief

Motion:  334-2013     Moved by Dave Baker            Seconded by Jason Breckenridge
“That By-Law No. 59-2013 be adopted as given first, second, third and final readings being a by-law to appoint the North Huron Fire Chief as the Fire Chief for the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry.”
Disposition      Carried

13) Council Reports:

Jason Breckenridge:
He attended a MVCA meeting at the Falls Reserve – Friends of the Falls Reserve.

Jamie McCallum:  No report

Jamie Heffer:
He attended a Municipal event at the Blyth Theatre.  The 14/19 Campaign was unveiled.  2014 is the 40th anniversary of the Blyth Theatre and 2019 is the 100th year of the Theatre building. There are plans to make the Blyth School into an arts school.

David Baker:   No report

John Smuck:  No report

Neil Warwick:  No report

Paul Gowing:
He attended an Open House Public Meeting for the North Huron Official Plan on July 24th.
He attended the Blyth Theatre on July 25th.
On July 31st he went to an Economic Development Meeting.  They have been approached by  an individual for a Farmer’s Market.

Break:  The Council took a short break at 10:20 pm and returned at 10:25 pm.

14)  Items for Information:
1.  Ontario Provincial Police – AMO update misinterpretation
2.  Seaforth Community Hospital – Newsletter
3.  Zoning By-law amendment – Township of Howick
4.  Huron County Plowing Match – Friday August 23, 2013
5.  County of Huron Appreciation and Recognition Day for Emergency Workers – Sept 8
6.  Thank you – Bill Siemon family
7.  Request for Municipal Drainage Repairs – Wpt Lot 1 Concession 12 Turnberry Ward
8.  Request for Municipal Drainage Repairs – Npt Lot 1 Concession A Turnberry Ward
9.  Ministry of Labour – Fairness in labour market
10. Huron’s Career Fair – Thursday, October 3rd
11. Transport, Infrastructure and Communities – Facilitate the management of vessels                                             
12. United Way – Annual Report

15) Minutes
1.  Maitland Valley Conservation Authority
2.  Wingham and Area Health Professionals Recruitment Committee

16) Other Business:
1.   Saugeen Conservation Tour – 2013 Tour

2.   There was no other business to present.

17) Additions to the agenda for the next meeting:
1.  There was no other business to add to the agenda for the next or any following meeting.

Jackie Riggs left the meeting.

18) Closed Session:

1.Report on negotiation with the Township of North Huron , for servicing
pursuant to Section 239 (b )  Personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board employees;
2. Opinions of value for the Lots in Belgrave and Walton  for disposal: pursuant to Section 239 (c )  Proposed or acquisition of disposition of land by the municipality of local board;
3.Vacancy Rebates  Confidential Matter:   pursuant to Section 239 (b ) Personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board employees;
4.Assessment Information  for an identifiable property:   pursuant to Section 239 (b ) Personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board employees;
5.Animal Control By-law:   pursuant to Section 239 (e )  Litigation or pending litigation -  information from solicitor
6.Legal Matters  -  Confidential Nature:   pursuant to Section 239 (e )  Litigation or pending litigation -  information from solicitor

1.1  Enter into Closed Session:                                            10:30 pm
Motion:  335-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer                       Seconded by Jason Breckenridge
“That the Council adjourn the Public Session of Council and enter into a Closed to the Public Session for all matters:

1.Report on negotiation with the Township of North Huron , for servicing
pursuant to Section 239 (b )  Personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board employees;
2.Opinions of value for the Lots in Belgrave and Walton  for disposal: pursuant to Section 239 (c )  Proposed or acquisition of disposition of land by the municipality of local board;
3.Vacancy Rebates  Confidential Matter:   pursuant to Section 239 (b ) Personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board employees;
4.Assessment for an identifiable property:    pursuant to Section 239 (b ) Personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board employees;
5.Animal Control By-law:   pursuant to Section 239 (e )  Litigation or pending litigation -  information from solicitor
6.Legal Matters  -  Confidential Nature:   pursuant to Section 239 (e )  Litigation or pending litigation -  information from solicitor
Disposition      Carried

Extension of the Meeting:
Motion:  336-2013      Moved by John Smuck                        Seconded by Neil Warwick
“That the meeting be extended past 10:30 pm.”
Disposition       Carried

1.2   Adjourn the Closed Session:                                       11:30 pm
Motion:  337-2013      Moved by Jamie Heffer                       Seconded by Dave Baker
“That the Council adjourn the Closed to the public session and re-enter regular open session of council.”
Disposition      Carried

1.3     Report to the Public from Closed Session.
The Council discussed matters concerning Identifiable Individuals – Report on negotiation with the Township of North Huron; Opinions of value for the Lots in Belgrave and Walton for disposal; Vacancy Rebates; Assessment for an identifiable property; Animal Control By-law; Legal Matters - Confidential Nature.

1.4  Action from the Closed Session:
Animal Control By-law:

Motion:  338-2013      Moved by Jamie McCallum     Seconded by John Smuck
“That due to the Closed Session Discussion, a meeting with the lawyer, under Item No.  11.1.2 ,  is not required and the Clerk is to revise the Draft Animal Control By-law and with a revised listing of Prohibited animals and reptiles  and report back to the council on September 3, 2013.”
Disposition      Carried

19) By-law 58 - 2013    Confirming by-law
Motion:  339-2013      Moved by Jamie McCallum     Seconded by John Smuck
"That By-law No. 58-2013 be passed as given first, second, third and final readings, being  a by-law to Confirm the actions of the Municipality of Morris-Turnberry for the meeting August 6, 2013."
Disposition      Carried

20) Adjournment:
Motion:  340-2013      Moved by Neil Warwick          Seconded by Jamie McCallum
"That the meeting be adjourned at 11:34 pm. and this is deemed to be an over 4 hour meeting."
Disposition      Carried

 

                                                                        __________________________
                                                                                                Mayor, Paul Gowing

                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                                Clerk, Nancy Michie