Town of Wynyard

Town Council Minutes – JANUARY 15, 2019

January 21, 2019

Call to Order:

Mayor Boylak called the meeting to order at 6:58 PM.

#1/19 Minutes:

Prystai – that we adopt the minutes of the previous regular meeting of December 18, 2018 as circulated.
CARRIED
#2/19 Business Licence Applications:

Jordan – that we approve the following Business Licence Applications:

#1/19 Limitless By Design – Construction – Travis Weisgerber – $90
#2/19 Aerie Art Therapy Services – Therapy Services – Dana Stefanson – $45
#3/19 Vivint Canada Inc – Security Systems – $130
#4/19 Cherway Developments – Solar Panels & Construction – Wayne Zemlak – $90
#5/19 Lorne Robutka – Jobber – $45
#6/19 Tim Swinburnson – Construction – $90
#7/19 Dianne Kostyk – Hairdressing – $45
#8/19 Bev’s Hare – Bev Kitzul – Hairdressing -$45
#9/19 Audrey’s Video Transfer – Audrey Shepherd– Video Transfer – $45
#10/19 Chad’s Barbershop – Chad Martin – Barber – $45
#11/19 DB Carriers – Dennis Brakefield – Towing – $90

CARRIED

#3/19 Lottery Licence Applications:

Kostyk – that we approve the following Lottery Licence Applications:

#1/19 Wynyard Lioness – Joy Perry – 50/50 – $5
#2/19 Karen Magnusson JCVC – 50/50 – $5
#3/19 Museum/Hospital Auxiliary – Diane Dalman – Raffle – $5

CARRIED

Mayor Boylak declares conflict of interest due to a financial interest and leaves Council Chambers. Deputy Mayor Karakochuk assumes the Chair 6:59 p.m.

#4/19 Vouchers:

Kostyk – that the following voucher be approved for payment as recommended by
The General Government Committee of Councillors Jordan, Kostyk and Prystai and attached hereto:

General Vouchers #3530 (Boylak Ent.) = $ 632.77

CARRIED

Mayor Boylak returns to Council Chambers and resumes the Chair 7:00 p.m.

#5/19 Vouchers:

Prystai – that the following vouchers be approved for payment as recommended by
the General Government Committee of Mayor Boylak and Councillors Jordan,
Kostyk and Prystai and attached hereto:

General Vouchers #3450 to 3482 (2018) = $ 738,620.62
#3496 & 3500 (Manual ‘18) = $ 864.29
#3527-#3529, #3531-#3556 = $ 72,792.52
#3483 to #3495 (2019) = $101,918.37
#3497-#3499 (Manual ’19) = $ 46,830.11
#3558 to #3579 (2019) = $ 52,048.37

Visa Auto Withdraw = $ 540.80

Payroll Cheques #3424 to #3449 (2018) = $ 24,354.75
#3501 to #3526 (2019) = $ 23,470.41

CARRIED

Delegation: R.C.M.P. – Sgt. Terry Posnikoff & Sgt Brian Wlasichuk– 7:01 p.m. – 7:17 p.m.

#6/19 R.C.M.P. Report:

Kostyk – that we receive the R.C.M.P. Report as presented by Sgt. Posnikoff.

CARRIED

Delegation: Dale Johnston – Arena & Golf Club – 7:17 p.m. – 7:36 p.m.

#7/19 R.C.M.P. Report:

Jordan– that we receive the Arena & Golf Club Report as presented by Dale Johnston.

CARRIED
#8/19 Combine Roll Numbers:

Prystai – that we combine Roll #505053800 with Roll #505053750 as requested by the owner.
CARRIED

#9/19 Tax Enforcement Webinar:

Prystai – that we authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to participate in a tax enforcement webinar at a cost of $45.
CARRIED
#10/19 Block C, Plan 101814511:

Prystai – that we set the sale price of Block C, Plan 101814511 at $60,000 plus hookups, local improvements and legal fees.
CARRIED

#11/19 Parkland Regional Library Levy:

Prystai – that we approve the Parkland Regional Library levy in the amount of $29,559.12.
CARRIED
#12/19 Council Meeting Date:

Prystai – that we cancel the February 19, 2019 Council Meeting and reschedule it to February 12, 2019.
CARRIED
#13/19 Proof of Bond:

Prystai – that we acknowledge the Chief Administrative Officer’s proof of bond as per Section 113(3) of The Municipalities Act.
CARRIED
#14/19 Nuisance Bylaw Amendment:

Karakochuk – that we instruct Chief Administrative Officer Chorneyko to amend the Nuisance Bylaw regarding junked vehicles by including a provision where using approved, fitted car covers is an acceptable storage method for vehicles.

CARRIED
#15/19 Chorneyko’s Report:

Karakochuk – that we receive Chief Administrative Officer Chorneyko’s Report as presented.
CARRIED

#16/19 Appointments to Boards, Commissions & Committees:

Jordan – that we approve the appointments to Boards, Commissions and Committees as per the list attached hereto.
CARRIED
#17/19 Council Remuneration:

Prystai – that we instruct the CAO to give public notice that Council is going to discuss Council remuneration at the March 19, 2019 regular Council meeting.

CARRIED

#18/19 Committees of Council:

Prystai – that we approve the Committees of Council as per the document attached hereto.
CARRIED
#19/19 Bylaw #14/19:

Prystai – that Bylaw #14/19, a Bylaw to Enter into a Joint Agreement with the RM of Big Quill #308 to Regulate and Operate a Cemetery, be introduced and read for the first time.
CARRIED
#20/19 Bylaw #14/19:

Jordan – that Bylaw #14/19 be read for a second time.
CARRIED
#21/19 Bylaw #14/19:

Kostyk – that we proceed with the third reading of Bylaw #14/19.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
#22/19 Bylaw #14/19:

Swinburnson – that Bylaw #14/19 be read for a third time, adopted and attached hereto.
CARRIED

#23/19 Bylaw #15/19:

Karakochuk – that Bylaw #15/19, also known as the 2019 Borrowing Bylaw of the Corporation, be introduced and read for the first time.
CARRIED
#24/19 Bylaw #15/19:

Swinburnson – that Bylaw #15/19 be read for a second time.

CARRIED
#25/19 Bylaw #16/19:

Kostyk – that we proceed with the third reading of Bylaw #15/19.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
#26/19 Bylaw #15/19:

Jordan – that Bylaw #15/19 be read for a third time, adopted and attached hereto.

#27/19 Bylaw #16/19:

Karakochuk – that Bylaw #16/19, a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw #328/84 known as the Zoning Bylaw, be introduced and read for the first time.
CARRIED
#28/19 Bylaw #17/19:

Prystai – that Bylaw #17/19, A Bylaw to provide for Exemption from Taxation, be introduced and read for the first time.
CARRIED
#29/19 Bylaw #17/19:

Jordan – that Bylaw #17/19 be read for a second time.
CARRIED
#30/19 Bylaw #17/19:

Kostyk – that we proceed with the third reading of Bylaw #17/19.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
#31/19 Bylaw #17/19:

Swinburnson – that Bylaw #17/19 be read for a third time, adopted and attached hereto.
CARRIED
#32/19 Complaints & Comments Report:

Prystai – that we receive the Complaints and Comments Report as presented.

CARRIED
#33/19 Financial Statements:

Prystai– that we approve the Financial Statements to December 31, 2018 as presented.
CARRIED
#34/18 CAT Dozer:

Karakochuk– that we authorize renting a CASE 2050 M Dozer for a month from Redhead Equipment at a cost of $12,000 plus $3,000 freight with the cost to be deducted from the purchase price if we decide on purchasing this equipment.

CARRIED
#35/19 Backhoe:

Karakochuk – that we enter into a lease with John Deere Financial on a new JD 410 L Backhoe at a lease rate of $2,527.60 per month for a period of 60 months.

CARRIED
#36/19 Saskatchewan Public Works Association Conference:

Karakochuk – that we authorize two employees to attend the Saskatchewan Public Works Association Conference in Saskatoon February 26 to 28, 2019 at a cost of $367.50 per member, $400 per non-member plus expenses.
CARRIED
#37/19 Town Superintendent Report:

Swinburnson – that we receive Town Superintendent Reid’s Report as presented.

CARRIED
#38/19 Sponsorship for New Arena Clock:

Prystai – that we reconsider Resolution #816/18 and accept a $20,000 sponsorship from Harold’s Furniture for score clock advertising to be paid over a fifteen year period.
CARRIED
#39/19 New Arena Project – Change Order #10:

Jordan– that we approve Change Order #10 in the amount of $14,372.51 to revise the automatic plumbing fixtures.
CARRIED
#40/19 New Arena Project – Change Order #7:

Prystai– that we approve Change Order #7 to fully develop the New Arena parking lot at a cost of $235,048.21.
CARRIED
#41/19 New Arena Project – Protective Netting:

Prystai – that we authorize the installation of protective netting in the New Arena on the west side be at both the north and south ends.
CARRIED

#42/19 Arena & Golf Club Manager:

Jordan – that we hire Dale Johnston as the Arena and Golf Course manager at a salary per the Wage and Salary List attached hereto.
CARRIED

#43/19 Advertising for Seasonal Employment Positions:

Jordan – that we authorize advertising in The Wynyard Advance/Gazette for the various 2019 seasonal employee positions.
CARRIED
#44/19 Credit Union Arts & Culture Centre:

Jordan – that we advertise in The Wynyard Advance/Gazette the available studio space for rent at the Arts & Culture Centre.
CARRIED
#45/19 Anderson’s Report:

Jordan – that we receive Director of Leisure Services Anderson’s Report as presented.
CARRIED
#46/19 Bylaw Enforcement Officer’s Report:

Prystai – that we receive the Bylaw Enforcement Officer’s Report as presented.

CARRIED

#47/19 Saskatchewan Parks & Recreation Rental Agreement:

Prystai – that we authorize entering into a rental contract with the SPRA for office space at a rate of $300 per month with a 2.5% annual increase.

CARRIED
#48/19 Pet Clean-Up:

Jordan– that we write a letter to the owner of Lots 1 & 2, Block 24, Plan BB674 to request that the dog excrement of the animals under his care be picked up immediately upon discharge.
CARRIED
#49/19 North East Area Transportation Planning Committee Inc.:

Jordan – that we renew our North East Area Transportation Planning Committee 2019 membership in the amount of $350.

CARRIED
#50/19 Correspondence:

Jordan– that we receive and file the correspondence as per the list attached
hereto.
CARRIED
#51/19 Mayor’s Report:

Prystai – that we receive Mayor Boylak’s Report as presented.

CARRIED

#52/19 Public Works Committee and Karakochuk’s Reports:

Prystai – that we receive the Public Works Committee Report and Councillor Karakochuk’s Report as presented by Councillor Karakochuk.

CARRIED

#53/19 Adjourn:

Prystai – that we adjourn the meeting. (9:34 p.m)

CARRIED

Last modified: January 21, 2019