At the meeting Council gave first reading to the bylaw renewing their Special Services Levy for police and fire services for another three years. They approved a recycling grant to the Flin Flon and District Environment Council in the amount of $12.50 per capita up from 11.75 last year. They approved a membership in the Hudson Bay Route Association for 2019 at a cost of 300 dollars and also contributed 500 dollars to the Flin Flon Junior Bomber Hockey Club for their Bomber Game Free Night which is also supported by Creighton and Denare Beach Councils and Hudbay.
Council passed on first reading the establishing of a Local Vehicle For Hire Bylaw. Councilor Tim Babcock explained their bylaw hasn’t been updated since 1987 and two years ago the province handed the responsibility for taxi licensing over to municipalities and they have worked to develop the new bylaw to ensure the guidelines apply to all services. And they passed on first reading the bylaw to regulate the condition of owned vacant and derelict buildings and setting fines for non compliance.