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Town Council Minutes – MAY 16, 2017

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Call to Order:

Mayor Boylak called the meeting to order at 6:59 PM.

#379/17 Minutes:

Prystai – that we adopt the minutes of the previous regular meeting of May 2, 2017 as circulated.
CARRIED

#380/17 Business Licence Applications:

Kucey – that we approve the following Business Licence Applications:

#68/17 Vicky Brown – Herbal Animal Health Practitioner – $50
#69/17 Sugar Alley Cake Company-Cupcakes, etc. – Lindsay Kostyk – $50
#70/17 Lorass Disposal – Dale Kozak – Disposal Services – $100
#71/17 VCM Construction Ltd. – Contractor – $200

CARRIED

#381/17 Lottery Licence Applications:

Swinburnson – that we approve the following Lottery Licence Application:

#12/17 Wynyard Curling Club – Tracy Jordan – $5
CARRIED

Mayor Boylak declares pecuniary interest due to a financial interest and leaves Council Chambers (7:00 p.m.). Deputy Mayor Karakochuk assumes the Chair.

#382/17 Vouchers:

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

General Vouchers: #516 to #517 = $ 1,520.39

CARRIED

Mayor Boylak returns to Council Chambers and resumes the Chair (7:01 p.m.).

#383/17 Vouchers:

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

General Vouchers: #490, #491, #518 to #555 = $170,750.01

Payroll Vouchers #492 to #515 = $ 27,687.54

CARRIED

Delegation: R.C.M.P. – 7:02 PM – 7:14 PM

#384/17 R.C.M.P. Report:

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

CARRIED

Delegation: Bylaw Enforcement Officer – 7:15 PM – 7:35 PM

#385/17 Nuisance Bylaw Enforcement:

Boylak – that we table Nuisance Bylaw Enforcement on Lot 7, Block 10, Plan G92 to the next Council meeting.
CARRIED

#386/17 Bylaw Enforcement Officer Report:

Kostyk – that we receive the Bylaw Enforcement Officer Report as presented by Shane Quist.

CARRIED

#387/17 Sewer Charge at Parcel J, Plan88H07051:

Karakochuk – that we waive the sewer charge for Account 117005 located at Block J, Plan 88H08051.
CARRIED

#388/17 Storage Shed:

Prystai – that we purchase an 8’ x 9’ shed from Wynyard Home Building Centre at a cost of approximately $2,200.
CARRIED

#389/17 Scotia McLeod:

Prystai – that, as recommended by Sheldon Gray, Scotia McLeod Senior Wealth Advisor, we move $100,000 of investments from a Home Trust GIC to a Home Bank GIC.
CARRIED

#390/17 Chorneyko’s Report:

Karakochuk – that we receive Chief Administrative Officer Chorneyko’s report as presented.
CARRIIED

#391/17 Bylaw #28/17:

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

CARRIED

#392/17 Complaints/Comments Report:

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

CARRIED

#393/17 Well #10 Pitless Adapter:

Karakochuk – that we authorize KC Ventures to install a pitless adapter on Well #10.

CARRIED

#394/17 Well #10 Meter:

Karakochuk that we purchase a meter for Well #10 at a cost of $1,600 plus taxes.

CARRIED

#394/17 Well #9 Pump and Servicing:

Karakochuk – that we authorize purchasing a pump and servicing for Well #9 at a cost of approximately $18,000.
CARRIED

#395/17 Morrow’s Report:

Prystai – that we receive Water Works Superintendent Morrow’s Report as presented.
CARRIED

#396/17 Summer Staff Employee:

Jordan – that we hire Brooke Zulak as a summer staff employee at the Swimming Pool in June, 2017; and at the Interpretive Centre in July and August at rates as per the 2017 Salaries & Wages Scale attached hereto.
CARRIED

#397/17 2017 Carnival Days Movie Night:

Swinburnson – that we authorize holding a Movie Night on Main Street on June 3, 2017 to coincide with Carnival Days at a cost of approximately $380.

CARRIED

#398/17 Canada 150 Celebration Banners:

Swinburnson – that we authorize purchasing fifteen blue colored banners for the Canada 150 Celebration at a cost of $1,550 plus taxes.

CARRIED

#399/17 Art Therapy Class:

Jordan – that we authorize spending up to $450 to hold an Art Therapy Class during Masters Week being held June 12 -16, 2017.

CARRIED

#400/17 Town of Wynyard Provincial Supper:

Swinburnson – that we hire the Wynyard Bakery & Café to cater the Provincial Supper at a cost of $18 per plate for the Option 1 selection.

CARRIED

#401/17 Special Events Permit:

Jordan – that we authorize a Special Events Permit to Wynyard Minor Soccer Club for a Slo-Pitch Tournament at the Centennial Sportsgrounds as follows:

Saturday, June 3, 2017 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

CARRIED

#402/17 Tree Relocation:

Karakochuk – that we hire John Baker to move two cedar trees from the Wynyard United Church to the Wynyard Lion’s Park at a cost of $200 plus g.s.t.

CARRIED

Mayor Boylak declares pecuniary interest due to financial interest and leaves Council Chambers (8:56 p.m.). Deputy Mayor Karakochuk assumes the Chair.

#403/17 Parks Mower Battery Operated Beacons:

Prystai – that we authorize purchasing two battery operated beacons for the Parks mower at a cost of $137.00.
CARRIED

Mayor Boylak returns to Council Chambers and resumes the Chair (8:57 p.m.).

#404/17 Kid’s Triathlon:

Jordan – that we purchase one hundred triathlon tee-shirts at a cost of $1,100 with those costs to be recovered by registration fees for the Kids Triathlon being held on June 24, 2017.
CARRIED

#405/17 Hoytfox’s Report:

. Jordan – that we receive Director of Leisure Service Hoytfox’s report.

CARRIED

#406/17 RNF Ventures Wynyard Recycle Change Order:

Karakochuk – that, as recommended by Jeff Mannix with RBM Architecture, we approve Change Order PR 03 to increase the insulation in the Recycle Centre from R20 to R28 at a cost of $1,353.
CARRIED

#407/17 Recreation & Parks Month Declaration:

Swinburnson – that we declare June as Recreation and Parks Month as per information received by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association.

CARRIED

#408/17 Quill Lakes Watershed Association #14:

Karakochuk – that we instruct Chief Administrative Officer Chorneyko to send a letter to Premier Wall and Minister Moe to support the work done by the Quill Lakes Watershed Association.

CARRIED

#409/17 Correspondence:

Kostyk – that we receive and file the correspondence as per the list attached hereto.

CARRIED

#410/17 1999 White Ford Half Ton Truck:

Karakochuk – that we place for sale by tender the 1999 white Ford half ton truck.

CARRIED

#411/17 Firehall Door Widening:

Swinburnson – that we authorize the budget item of widening the west side door at the Fire Hall at a cost of up to $15,000.
CARRIED

#412/17 Mayor’s Report:

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

CARRIED

#413/17 Public Works Report:

Karakochuk – that we receive the Public Works Report as presented by Councillor Kucey.

CARRIED

#414/17 Karakochuk’s Report:

Swinburnson – that we receive Councillor Karakochuk’s Report as presented.

CARRIED

#415/17 Swinburnson’s Report;

Kostyk – that we receive Councillor Swinburnson’s Report as presented.

CARRIED

#416/17 Kostyk’s Report:

Jordan – that we receive Councillor Kostyk’s Report as presented.

CARRIED

#417/17 Jordan’s Report;

Swinburnson – that we receive Councillor Jordan’s Report as presented.

CARRIED

#418/17 Adjourn:

Karakochuk– that we adjourn the meeting. (9:42 P.M).

CARRIED