Steve Lytwyn chaired the meeting and there was a final reading to establish a policy for economic incentives for new businesses or existing to be known as the Economic Incentives For Business Bylaw be done and finally passed.
A resolution was also introduced that the City is going to transfer the piece of land around Willowvale Park including the location of the old curling rink and wading pool from Parks and Rec to residential. The City says that someone is interested in purchasing the property and is looking at building an assisted living complex. The City says there will be more information on this at the next Council meeting December the 5th.
A water rate study was conducted with Way To Go Consulting and it was determined that the city does have a deficit and may have to increase the rates. Right now residents are paying a $105.00 a month for unmetered water and the City is looking to increase it to $140.00 a month.
Public Utilities will be holding a public Forum at a date still to be determined, then the City will hold a public forum at Council Chambers where residents will be able to voice their concerns on a separate date.
The animal control report for Septemb