GPC Highlights - March 20

Hamid Rahmanian presented an argument that the City of Lloydminster should reconsider its current by...

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Public Presentations

1. Hamid Rahmanian presented an argument that the City of Lloydminster should reconsider its current bylaw that does not allow property owners to own hens within city limits.

Administrative Presentations

1. The Committee accepted the 2021 outstanding stormwater utility accounts (transfer to taxes) as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

2. The Committee accepted the Fire Services 2022 annual report as information.

3. The Committee accepted the RCMP 2022Q4 report as information.

4. The Committee accepted the What We Heard report, covering lot grading, excavation and development security bylaws and policies, as information.

Governance and Priorities Matters

1. The Committee accepted the draft Municipal Development Plan Bylaw as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

2. The Committee accepted the draft Downtown Façade and Building Improvement Program Policy as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

3. The Committee requested more information about the updated terms of reference for the Downtown Area Redevelopment Committee and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

4. The Committee accepted the draft Employ Code of Conduct Policy as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

5. The Committee accepted the draft Electronic Communications Bylaw as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

6. The Committee accepted the draft Tax Arrears Agreement Policy as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

7. The Committee accepted the draft Procedure Bylaw as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

8. The Committee accepted the draft Designated Offices Bylaw as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

9. The Committee accepted the draft Financial Administration Bylaw as information and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.

10. The Committee requested more information about the draft Public Notification and Advertising Bylaw and directed Administration to bring the item forward to a future Council meeting for a decision.


The next Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 27, 2023, at 1:30 p.m. via livestream and in person. 

Lloydminster City Council, GPC and Special Council meetings are open to the public and available at Lloydminster.ca/livestream. For the complete schedule, visit Lloydminster.ca/agenda.

Attachments:

03202023-GPC Agenda, Minutes and Video Archive

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