May 12, 2017 minutes

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RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ROSEDALE

May 12, 2017

Minutes of the regular Meeting of Council of the Rural Municipality of Rosedale held on the above date in the Municipal Office, Neepawa, with the following members present: Reeve Bill Martin, Councillors Ernie Schure – Ward 1, Robert Scott – Ward 2, Steve Pegoski – Ward 3, Ron Kostenchuk – Ward 4, Michael Porrok – Ward 5, Duane Stewart – Ward 6

17/85        Kostenchuk – Pegoski

That this regular meeting of Council convenes at 10:00 a.m. with Reeve Bill Martin as chairman.

CARRIED

17/86        Scott – Kostenchuk

That Council of the R. M. of Rosedale approves the Agenda for May 12, 2017.

CARRIED

17/87        Scott – Stewart

That the minutes of the regular meeting held April 7, 2017 be adopted as circulated.

CARRIED

17/88        Porrok – Scott

That we adopt the April 2017 financial statements.

CARRIED

17/89        Pegoski – Porrok

That Council approves the accounts for the month and amounts as follows:

General           Water

April 2017                        $76,907.82        $5,405.71

CARRIED

17/90        Kostenchuk – Stewart

That we agree to pay the second half of our Neepawa Veterinary Levy in the amount of $3,120.00.

CARRIED

17/91        Stewart – Scott

That we do now adjourn our regular meeting at 10:15 a.m. to hold a public hearing regarding Kris Lukin Variation Order on the NE 19-17-15W.

CARRIED

17/92        Kostenchuk – Scott

That the public hearing be now open at 10:15 a.m. to hold a Public Hearing for Kris Lukin Variation Order.

CARRIED

17/93        Scott – Pegoski

That the public hearing be now closed at 10:30 a.m. to reconvene for our regular meeting.

CARRIED

17/94        Porrok – Schure

That whereas a hearing was held on May 12, 2017 at 10:15 a.m. to hear representation for or against the proposed Variation Order by Kris Lukin;

And Whereas there was no representation for concerns with the proposed Variation Order;

Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale approves the proposed Variation Order request to allow the West property boundary of 50 feet be reduced to 10 feet within the Ag-80 Agriculture General Zone to facilitate the construction of a new house providing the following conditions are met:

1 – All requirements of the National Building Code are followed.

2 – This variation be registered on title in the form of a development agreement.

3 – A survey is to be conducted placing pins at all corners of the property in order to verify the location of the new dwelling.

CARRIED

17/95        Kostenchuk – Stewart

That we the Council of the Rural Municipality of Rosedale request Transportation and Government Services for 10% grant of annual value of the gravel road initiative agreement.

CARRIED

17/96        Kostenchuk – Pegoski

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale agree to authorize Kevin Wrightson’s annual vacation dates to be taken as listed in his May 8, 2017 written request.

CARRIED

17/97        Pegoski – Porrok

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale authorize the Reeve and CAO to sign the 2017 to 2019 Collective Agreement.

CARRIED

17/98        Kostenchuk – Pegoski

That we authorize the Council and CAO to attend the June District meeting on Thursday, June 14, 2017 at the Shoal Lake Community Hall;

And furthermore that all allowable expenses be paid.

CARRIED

17/99        Scott – Kostenchuk

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale agree to grant the Neepawa Chamber of Commerce $200.00 to assist with hosting its fourth annual Neepawa & District Chamber of Commerce Fair.

Ward 2 and 5 VLT – $100

CARRIED

17/100      Kostenchuk – Stewart

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale agree to grant the No. 5 Store in Riding Mountain $100 in 2017

Ward 5 VLT -Kostenchuk – Stewart

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale agree to grant the No. 5 Store in Riding Mountain $100 in 2017

Ward 5 VLT

CARRIED

17/101      Kostenchuk – Pegoski

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale agree to grant the Little Valley Jamboree $800.00 at assist with their 2017 two day festival.

Ward 1, 3, 4, 5 VLT – $200

CARRIED

17/102      Pegoski – Schure

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale do now adjourn our regular meeting at 1:30 pm to hold a Public Hearing regarding the 2017 Financial Plan.

CARRIED

17/103      Stewart – Scott

That the Public Hearing be now open at 1:30 pm

CARRIED

17/104      Porrok – Schure

That we now adjourn our public hearing regarding the 2017 Financial and reconvene for our regular meeting.

CARRIED

17/105      Scott – Stewart

That By-law 1-2017 being a by-law of the R. M. of Rosedale to adopt the 2017 Financial Plan be now read a second time.

CARRIED

17/106      Kostenchuk – Stewart

That By-law 1-2017 be now read a third time, passed, signed and sealed.

CARRIED

For:  All

Against: None

17/107      Pegoski – Porrok

That Whereas the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale approves the project to improve asset management practices by better determining which infrastructure projects deliver value and minimize risk, while balancing sustainability goals;

And Whereas the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMO) provides funding for up to 80% of total eligible project costs, to a maximum of $50,000 once approved;

Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale apply for assistance through the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Municipal Asset Management Program.

CARRIED

17/108      Scott – Kostenchuk

That Whereas the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale approve the project to proceed with the construction of a rural pipeline connecting the R. M. of Rosedale to the Town of Neepawa Public Water System;

And Whereas the Manitoba Water Services Board – Water and Sewer Program would support up to 1/3 of the project costs once approved;

Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale apply for assistance through the 2017 Manitoba Water Services Board – Water and Sewer Program.

CARRIED

17/109      Scott – Stewart

That Whereas the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale approve the project to proceed with the construction of Municipal road and bridge construction in the R. M. of Rosedale;

And Whereas the Municipal Finance and Advisory Services would support up to 50% of the project costs, once approved;

Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale apply for assistance through the 2017 Municipal Road and Bridge Program.

CARRIED

17/110      Pegoski – Porrok

That Whereas the R. M. of Rosedale’s 2016 Financial Plan indicates that capital expenses of up to $250,000 for road upgrades will be borne by reserves;

And Whereas 50% of 2016 bridge repair expenses were submitted and approved to receive Provincial Funding through the Municipal Road Improvement and Municipal Bridge Programs;

And Whereas the Federal Government Gas Tax Agreement states that cost associated with renovating a tangible, capital asset such as roads and bridges are considered eligible expenditures;

Therefore Be It Resolved that the R. M. of Rosedale request authorization from Intergovernmental Affairs to apply $6,012.19 of the current Gas Tax Reserve as expensed in 2016 as operating expenses.

CARRIED

17/111      Pegoski – Porrok

That the Council of the Rural Municipality of Rosedale agrees to accept the expansion proposal to allow the Town of Carberry to become a member of the Whitemud Watershed Conservation District.

CARRIED

17/112      Scott – Pegoski

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale authorize the Reeve and CAO to sign the Water Supply and Sale Agreement between the Rural Municipality of Rosedale and the Town of Neepawa.

CARRIED

17/113      Pegoski – Porrok

That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale agree to purchase gravel (pit run & stripping) from Ken Beatty Construction for the following amounts:

15,000 yards        $1.00/yard     Year 1 (2018)

15,000 yards        $1.10/yard     Year 2 (2019)

15,000 yards        $1.20/yard     Year 3 (2020)

CARRIED

Presentations/Delegations

– NAPD/Public Hearing – K. Lukin

– A. Klassen, Barry Kohinski, Sharon Davies – Riding Mountain Cemetery Committee Update

– H. Todoruk – MOU Regional Recreation Steering Committee

– Public Hearing -2017 Financial Plan

Correspondence

MB Infrastructure – Dust Control/Gravel Road Initiative/North Cypress-Langford Request

Crown Lands & Property Agency – Surplus Land Notice

Environment Canada-Water Survey Branch – Request

AMM 2017 June District Meetings/District Director Elections

Neepawa & District Chamber of Commerce Fair-Parade Entry/Sponsorship/Donation Form

Franklin Memorial Hall – Grant Request

Kelwood Playground/Campground – Request

MADD Canada – Request

Little Valley Jamboree – Request

Town of Neepawa – Fire Protection Agreement

Kelwood Skating Rink – Update

FCM – MAMP Funding Offer

MB Water Services Board-Funding Consideration

Growing Assurance – 2017/2018 Farmland Beaver Control Program Approval & Beaver Levellers Notice

AMM Workshop – Public Engagement & Measuring Up – May 23/17-Brandon, MB

2017 Municipal Road and Bridge Program

RCMP Monthly Report

Committee Reports

Beautiful Plains Community Foundation – Sayward Meeting – May 24/17

Neepawa & Area Planning District – Meeting minutes Apr 19/17

Whitemud Watershed Conservation District – Meeting minutes March 23/17 & April 27/17

Neepawa Area Mutual Aid – Meeting minutes April 8/17

LSRCD – Meeting minutes March 1st, 16th, April 5th/17

TRWCD – Meeting Minutes March 23rd/17

Neepawa & District Medical Committee – Meeting minutes April 20/17

Riding Mountain Cemetery – Meeting Minutes March 8/17 & April 25/17

17/114      Kostenchuk – Pegoski

That we do now adjourn this regular meeting Council at 3:30 pm to meet again for our regular meeting on Friday, June 9, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

CARRIED

 

K. Sylvester                                          Wm. Martin

CAO                                                         Reeve

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