In some instances, Council is required to conduct public hearings regarding land use bylaws, rezoning, etc., or on any other matter council deems appropriate.Land Use Bylaw #1088-8View the hearing information in the agenda package, available here.
1. Land Use Bylaw #1088-8 - Presented by Dani Woodman
The subject parcel of land is located at 439 Makenny Street, Plan 832 1567, Block 12, Lot 1. The current use (main floor) is Indoor Recreation (a Discretionary Use in the C-HWY District); The Applicant has applied for the subject parcel of land currently designated as C-HWY Highway Commercial District to be redistricted to C-NOD Urban Node Commercial District; this allow Residential dwelling units above street level. The redistricting would not compromise the landowners’ ability to lease the remaining main floor units to future Commercial Uses. This amendment is compatible with the surrounding C-NOD and Residential districts. Council gave Bylaw 1088-8 second and third reading. This bylaw is carried.
2. Resource Increase Request - Presented by Martin Taylor & Nikiea Hope
During the 2019 Budget process, all position requests were deferred until the Organizational Efficiency and Effectiveness Review was completed and a permanent CAO was in place. In November 2018, MNP conducted an Organizational Efficiency and Effectiveness Review. The Review was completed on May 10, 2019. During this process, Martin Taylor, CAO conducted twenty-five (25) in-person interviews with Council, Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Advisors, and Co-ordinators to gain a holistic understanding of the organization and to identify for himself opportunities for improvements. Independently, CAO Taylor and MNP came to the same conclusion: in a few departments, the Town has insufficient resources to support several objectives defined in the 2018-2021 Strategic Plan. It was moved that Council approve the $72,477 increase to resources for the remainder of 2019 and directs Administration to bring forward a budget amendment to include this increase. This motion carried.
1. Intermunicipal Development Plan - Presented by Peter VanaView the IDP information in the agenda package, available here.
Put the bins wheels to the road - or have to put your wheels to the road as you drive your refuse to the landfill.The Town of Hinton ISB staff have noticed a significant amount of improperly placed bins on residential streets, and have begun an education campaign with Communications to help everyone understand how to place your bins.
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