Town of Wynyard

Town Council Minutes – SEPTEMBER, 2019

September 19, 2019

Call to Order:

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

#609/19 Minutes:

Kostyk – that we adopt the minutes of the previous regular meeting of September 3,
2019 as circulated.
CARRIED
#610/19 Business Licence Applications:

Swinburnson– that we approve the following Business Licence Applications:

#67/19 Shamrock Exteriors – Jesse Lovas – Exterior Repair – $100
CARRIED
#611/19 Lottery Licence Applications:

Jordan– that we approve the following Lottery Licence Applications:

#13/19 St. Mary’s CWL – Sheila Hitchings – Raffle – $5

CARRIED

Councillor Kostyk declares conflict of interest due to a financial interest and leaves Council Chambers at 6:59 p.m.

#612/19 Vouchers:

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

General Vouchers #5038 = $ 510.50

CARRIED

Councillor Kostyk returns to Council Chambers 7:00 p.m.

#613/19 Vouchers:

Jordan – 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 #4966-#4968, (Manual) = $ 37,873.80
#5038 (Hi-Way Service) = $ 510.50
#4997-#5037, #5039, #5040 = $ 224,096.52

Payroll Vouchers #4920-#4965 = $ 41,932.51
#4969-#4996 = $ 29,778.49

CARRIED

Delegation: R.C.M.P. – Constable Dean Kletzel – 7:01 p.m. – 7:08 p.m.

#614/19 R.C.M.P. Report:

Kostyk – that we receive the R.C.M.P. Report as presented by Cst. Dean Kletzel.

CARRIED
#615/19 Wynyard Elementary School Evacuation Site:

Jordan – that we approve allowing the Wynyard Elementary School to use the Wynyard Curling Rink as their evacuation site.
CARRIED

#616/19 Tax Enforcement:

Prystai – that we place Tax Title Property Roll #505112350 up for tender in the Wynyard Advance/Gazette.
CARRIED

#617/19 Tax Enforcement:

Kucey – that we remove the tax liens on Roll #505111300 and Roll #505111250 as all taxes have been paid.
CARRIED

#618/19 Refuse Bylaw:

Prystai – that we amend the Town of Wynyard Refuse Bylaw to include a disposal fee for fluorescent bulbs at a rate of $1.25 per bulb.
CARRIED

#619/19 Chorneyko’s Report:

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

#620/19 Bylaw #34/19:

Swinburnson – that Bylaw #34/19, a bylaw of the Town of Wynyard to provide for incurring a debt, be introduced and read for the first time.

CARRIED
#621/19 Bylaw #34/19:

Kucey – that Bylaw #34/19 be read for a second time.
CARRIED

#622/19 Bylaw #34/19:

Kostyk – that we proceed with the third reading of Bylaw #34/19.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

#623/19 Bylaw #34/19:

Jordan – that Bylaw #34/19 be read for a third time, adopted and attached hereto.

CARRIED

#624/19 Complaints & Comments Report:

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

CARRIED
#625/19 Financial Statements:

Kostyk– that we receive the Financial Statements to August 31, 2019 as presented.

CARRIED
#626/19 Lift Station:

Kucey– that we proceed with completing the lift station generator installation by either modifying the current generator or purchasing a new generator to allow for automatic starting during a power outage.
CARRIED

#627/19 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council Workshop:

Kucey – that we authorize Town Superintendent Reid and Disposal Site Operator Finnson to attend the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council Workshop in Melville on October 17, 2019 at a cost of $100 each.
CARRIED

#628/19 Asbestos Training Course:

Swinburnson – that we authorize Town Superintendent Reid and Disposal Site Operator Finnson to take an asbestos training course put on by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety at a cost of $45 each.
CARRIED

#629/19 Town Superintendent Report:

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

CARRIED
#630/19 New Arena Project:

Jordan – that we authorize holding an Open House for the Grand Opening of the New Arena on October 25, 2019.

CARRIED
#631/19 Arena Ice Schedule:

Jordan– that we approve the 2019-2020 Arena Ice Schedule as per the document attached hereto.
CARRIED

#632/19 Arena Canteen:

Jordan – that we advertise for Arena Canteen employees in The Advance/Gazette.

CARRIED

#633/19 In-Ice Advertising:

Jordan – that we approve the seven in-ice ads and logos, from Jet-Ice, at a cost of $5,105.50 plus applicable taxes.
CARRIED

#634/19 New Arena Project:

Jordan – that we enter into an agreement with Canadian Linen to provide mats for the Co-operative Place Arena at a cost of $3,900 annually.
CARRIED
#635/19 New Arena Project:

Swinburnson – that we authorize Enviroway to install a Dilution Control System for cleaning products at the new facility.
CARRIED

#636/19 New Arena Project:

Jordan – that we purchase a stand-on floor cleaner from Enviroway at a cost of $10,500 plus taxes.
CARRIED
#637/19 New Arena Project:

Prystai – that we authorize Chief Administrative Officer Chorneyko to write a letter to MuniCode regarding taking on the liability for deleting the requirement to install fire alarms under the bleachers in the new arena. .
CARRIED

#638/19 New Arena Project:

Jordan – that we purchase three point of sale machines for the new facility at a cost of $900 plus applicable taxes.
CARRIED
#639/19 Wynyard Memorial Arena Contract:

Jordan – that we approve the Wynyard Memorial Arena Demolition Contract with G.Y. Enterprises as per the document attached hereto.
CARRIED
#640/19 Cornerstone Arts & Culture Centre:

Swinburnson – that we rent Cornerstone Arts & Culture Centre Studio #2 to the Pre-School at a monthly rate of $175 plus g.s.t.
CARRIED

#641/19 Cornerstone Arts & Culture Centre:

Jordan – that we rent Cornerstone Arts & Culture Centre Studio #3 to the Wynyard School of Dance at a monthly rate of $175 plus g.s.t.
CARRIED
#642/19 Anderson’s Report:

Jordan – that we receive Director of Leisure Services Anderson’s Report as
presented.
CARRIED

#643/19 Bylaw Enforcement Officer’s Report:

Kostyk– that we receive the Bylaw Enforcement Officer’s Report as circulated.

CARRIED
#644/19 Correspondence:

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

CARRIED
#645/19 General Government Report:

Prystai– that we receive the General Government Report as presented by Councillor Prystai.

CARRIED

#646/19 Jordan’s Report:

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

CARRIED

#647/19 Mixed Construction Loads:

Kucey – that we send a letter to Easy Bin Waste regarding problems at the landfill due to severely mixed construction waste loads and a suggestion to remedy those problems.
CARRIED

#648/19 Orders to Remedy:

Kucey – that we send final notices to owners of junked vehicles with expired Orders to Remedy to comply with the orders or risk having their vehicles impounded.

CARRIED
#649/19 Public Works Committee Report:

Prystai – that we receive the Public Works committee Report as presented by Councillor Kucey.
CARRIED
#650/19 Swinburnson’s Report:

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

CARRIED
#651/19 Adjourn

Kucey – that we adjourn the meeting. (9:17 p.m)

CARRIED

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