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Council Watch – Jan. 26 council meeting cancelled

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Coming up:

January 8 – New Years Levee 2-4p.m. PE Community Centre, 375 Main St Picton
CANCELLED * Jan. 10 Council Meeting 7p.m. Council Chambers * CANCELLED
Jan. 17 – Committee of the Whole 1p.m. Council Chambers
Jan. 18 – Planning Public Council Meeting 7p.m. Council Chambers
Committee of Adjustment 6:30p.m. Council Chambers
Jan. 19 – Social Services Meeting 10a.m. Shire Hall
Jan. 20 – Municipal Cultural Planning Workshop, 9am-4pm, Wellington District Community Centre
Jan. 24 – Council Meeting 7p.m. Council Chambers
Jan. 25 – Police Services Board 1p.m. Committee Room
Jan. 26 – Committee of the Whole 1p.m. Council Chambers – CANCELLED

COUNCIL Tuesday, Dec. 20:

The proposed demolition of the Allison Block building on Main Street, Picton will come before council again at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 7p.m.
Leigh Moore, on behalf of the Heritage Advisory Committee, is to address Council regarding the proposed demolition of the rear structure of the Allison Block
Council will also receive a report of the Planning Commission dated December 20, 2011 regarding a request for consent for demolition on a designated heritage property (Allison Block – Chapman-Striker building rear stone wing)
Council will be asked to either:
i) approve the request for consent for demolition of the rear stone wing of the Allison Block building or
ii) deny the request for consent for demolition of the rear stone wing of the Allison Block building and direct staff to prepare a Notice of Proposed Amendment under section 30 of the Ontario Heritage Act to revise the current Designation By-law to clearly identify the rear stone wing and make the By-law consistent with the current requirements of the Act.

Mayor Peter Mertens is also expected to present Certificates of Appreciation recognizing retired employees Barbara Brink and Richard Shannon.

Other bylaws under consideration Tuesday, Dec. 20 include:

THAT the following by-laws be read a first, second and third time and finally passed:

11.1.1  A By-law to Adopt an Amendment to the Official Plan of the County of Prince Edward (OPA #52 – Creative Rural Economy Community Improvement Plan, County-Wide Policy).

11.1.2  A By-law to designate the County of Prince Edward as a Community Improvement Area.

11.1.3  A By-law to Designate the William Owens House to be of Cultural Heritage Value and Interest pursuant to Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

11.1.4  A By-law to Designate the White Chapel to be of Cultural Heritage Value and Interest pursuant to Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

11.1.5  A By-Law to Authorize the Execution of an Agreement to Appoint a Municipal Investigator between The Corporation of the County of Prince Edward, The Corporation of the County of Hastings, The Corporation of the City of Belleville, The Corporation of the City of Quinte West and John Maddox substantially in the form attached hereto as Schedule ‘A’.

11.1.6  A By-law to Amend County Comprehensive Zoning By-law No. 1816-2006, as amended (1513210 Ontario Inc.-Removal of ‘H’).

11.1.7  A By-law to Amend County Comprehensive Zoning By-law No. 1816-2006, as amended (1513210 Ontario Inc. Rezoning).

11.1.8  A By-law to provide for the Establishment and Assumption within the County Road System of Certain Lands acquired by the County for the Widening of Certain Highways.

11.1.9  A By-law to Authorize the Mayor and Clerk of the Corporation of the County of Prince Edward to Enter into an Encroachment Agreement with Murray Franklin Hoffard and Karen Marie Hoffard (338 Cold Creek Road, Hillier)

11.1.10  A By-law to Amend County Comprehensive Zoning By-law No. 1816-2006, as amended (Daniel and Shannon Bisnaire).

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  1. Doris Lane says:

    Let’s hope the new CAO can make council use some cimmin sense in their deliberations.
    How c=can they dare to go against the will of the people who voted(just because enough did not vote) and not make the council size smaller–we do not need all those people sitting around doing nothing

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