Quesnel Council Highlights – March 15th mtg

Claud Mccoid

Courtesy of the Metropolis of Quesnel:


Quesnel Ambassador Leadership Method – 2022 New Prospect Presentation

Mayor Simpson released the 2022 Candidates whilst the 2021 Ambassadors, led the pinning ceremony and placed the applicant crowns.

Coordinator – Rose Scott

2021 Ambassadors

  • Jaeana Dumais
  • Jessie Johal
  • Naylene Runge

2022 Candidates & Sponsors

  • Navaeh Kueber – Rocky Peak Outfitters Inc
  • Jada Crossman – Wizards Garage
  • Marley Conlin – West Central Pipe
  • Olivia Trimble – M. Daniels Consulting
  • Daria Brownmiller – Rotary Club of Quesnel

Finance Update

Surplus/Deficit 2021 – Council allotted the 2021 surplus to the Money Reinvestment Fund and the Tax and Local community Stabilization Reserve and, carried forward derelict house and capital arranging running money to 2022.

2022 Functioning Funds – With some carefully regarded adjustments to the 2022 running spending budget, such as decreasing transit taxation, snow reserve and Council journey, Council allocated around $200,000 to account for the rapidly growing gasoline prices and over-ordinary inflation.

Progress Providers Update

OCP and Zoning Amendments for 668 Doherty Push to permit the conversion of a two-stage professional intricate to a 3-level condominium.  Council will have to have the proponent to keep general public details periods prior to the Could 3rd Public Hearing, advertised to companies, land proprietors and people within just 100m of the topic property.

Via a ask for from the Quesnel Downtown Association and, a suggestion from the Poliy and Bylaw Committee, Council gave the 1st 3 readings to the Complete Avenue, Traffic and Parking Modification Bylaw, which will add a requirement for downtown proprietors/occupiers to sweep and take away debris from their sidewalks.

150 Time Immemorial Grant

The Provincial authorities launched a new grant program through Heritage BC.  Council recognized $49,000 via the Cultural Heritage Consciousness stream toward the Riverfront Trail Interpretive Signage challenge.

Bus Shelter Grant

Council accepted an settlement with BC Transit, to set up a new bus shelter at Lust Road and Bass Street, westbound.  

Correspondence:

Council authorised the following letter of assist:

New Pathways to Gold Society – request for a letter of support to the Provincial govt, for on-going main funding.

Bylaws

  • Bylaws 1912 and 1913 – Metropolis of Quesnel Official Local community Plan Modification Bylaw No. 1912 of 2021 and City of Quesnel Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1913 of 2021 (668 Doherty Drive) – Next Examining and 

Established General public Hearing date for:

May 3, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, Town Corridor, 410 Kinchant Road

  • Bylaw 1920 – City of Quesnel Council Method Bylaw No. 1920 of 2022 – Ultimate Adoption
  • Bylaw 1921 – Metropolis of Quesnel Housing Arrangement Authorization Bylaw No. 1921 of 2022 – Initially, Next and 3rd Readings
  • Bylaw 1923 – City of Quesnel In depth Avenue, Targeted visitors and Parking Modification Bylaw No. 1923 of 2022 – First, Second and Third Readings

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