RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ROSEDALE
October 10, 2014
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 Ed Levandoski, Councillors Stacy Ellis, Ward 1, Robert Scott – Ward 2, Steve Pegoski – Ward 3, Ron Kostenchuk – Ward 4, Michael Porrok – Ward 5, Barry Kohinski – Ward 6
14/174 Pegoski – Porrok
That this regular meeting of Council convene at 10:00 a.m. with Reeve Ed Levandoski as chairman.
14/175 Kostenchuk – Pegoski
That the minutes of the regular meeting held September 12th, 2014 and the special meeting September 18th and 26th, 2014 be adopted as circulated.
14/176 Kohinski – Kostenchuk
That the Council approve the accounts for the month and amounts as follows:
September 2014 $154,255.26 $1,375.36
14/177 Kostenchuk – Kohinski
That we adopt the August and September 2014 financial statements.
14/178 Scott – Porrok
That the 2014 tax sale be held at 10:00 A. M. at the R. M. of Rosedale Council Chambers on March 2, 2015.
14/179 Kohinski – Scott
That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale accept the list of deletions to the tax roll as provided by the Municipal Assessment Branch.
14/180 Kostenchuk – Pegoski
That we the Council of the R. M. of Rosedale accept the list of additions with Section 326 of the Municipal Act and direct the C.A.O. to issue the necessary tax notices.
14/181 Scott – Kohinski
That we agree to increase our monetary support to 55 cents per capital for H.A.N.D. for 2015.
14/182 Porrok – Kohinski
That we the Council approve the proposed subdivision by Kristi Friesen on the NW 22-17-15 WPM providing the following condition is met:
- That a Conditional Use be granted allowing for the non-farm single family dwellings within the “AG-80” Zone.
14/183 Kohinski – Kostenchuk
That Whereas the R. M. of Rosedale has received the Traffic Stats from the RCMP for the check stop that was conducted at Riding Mountain in the 70 km Zone;
And Whereas during this check stop and at other times several speeding tickets have been written for usually 20+ km’s over;
Therefore Be It Resolved that the R. M. of Rosedale request Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation to erect the speed sign set up like the ones in Forrest which gives your speed when entering the 70 km Zone through the Village of Riding Mountain on Highway #5.
14/184 Scott – Kostenchuk
That we agree to sponsor the Royal Canadian Legion $295.00 for a ¼ page ad for 2015.
14/185 Porrok – Scott
That we agree to sponsor the Neepawa Natives Hockey Club for their 2014-15 season in the amount of $800.00 plus GST from VLT funding.
Ward 2, 5 and 6
14/186 Pegoski – Porrok
That By-law 2-2014 being a by-law of the R. M. of Rosedale to provide for Quarterly rates in the LID of Eden and Collection thereof be read a first time.
14/187 Kohinski – Scott
That we agree to grant the following from VLT funding
Riding Mountain Curling Rink – $1000; Riding Mountain Doers Hall – $1500;
Kelwood Ag Society – $400(Cattle Show); Kelwood Skating Rink – $1500(roof repairs); Ward 6
Kelwood Legion – $5000 (Ward 2 – 2000; Ward 5 – 1200; Ward 4 – 1000; Ward 1 – 500; Ward 3 – 300)
14/188 Scott – Porrok
That we agree to grant the following from VLT funding from Ward 2:
Eden Fire Dept. – $2000; Eden Playground Parent Council – $2000(playground project pea gravel); Eden Community Hall – $2000.
Community Planning – Terry Brown retired and Kevan Sumner will be the new Regional Manager
Neepawa Chamber of Commerce – newsletter – copy
Manitoba Good Roads Association – newsletter – copy
PCH – Sept 2014 newsletter – copy
Conservation and Water Stewardship – Water Rights License to Construct Drainage Works N of 3-19-15W & MIT conditions as well.
Kathy Jasienczyk – emails regarding Boundary Road – copy
Donna Newton, HAND –increase our monetary support to 55 cents per capita and Annual meeting will be held in January
Community Places – grants
Canada Post – re: Potential reductions to weekday business hours at the Franklin Post Office
Prairie Mountain Health – Annual meeting on Wed. Oct 15/14 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM in Brandon
Prairie Mountain Health – is seeking interested individuals to participate on the Local Health Involvement Group
Whitemud Watershed – minutes of August 21, 2014
Chamber of Commerce – Housing Committee April 24, 2014 minutes
NADCO – 2013 Audited Report
Conservation & Water Stewardship – RE: application for SW 19-15-15 & NW 16-15-15
NAPD – cc to Mary Smith re: unsightly/unsafe property
NAPD – minutes of September 17, 2014
Town of Neepawa – Community Clinic contribution – copy
Kelwood Legion – thank you for donation on behalf of Glen Burton
Kelwood Playground – would the RM consider paying the insurance
MWWA –Annual Conference & Trade Show
Operating Union Local 987 – unfair labour practice – copy
RCMP – Sept/14 report – copy
Minister of Municipal Government – Approval of Extension request
Meighen Haddad & Law Firm – cc: to Robert Smith & Sons re: Boundary Road Quotation No. 01-14
Deputy Minister of Local Government – re: AMM convention
Municipal Planning – Friesen (PT. NW 22-17-15W) proposal to subdivide
Mark Morehouse – re: traffic through Riding Mountain 70 km zone
Recreation & Regional Services – Oct 2014 news letter
RCMP – Annual convention
Manitoba Agriculture – Hometown Manitoba grants
2015 Pre-Budget Consultations on Oct 23/14 in Brandon, MB
AMM – October 8th/14 news bulletin
NAPD – re: C-cans in Village of Birnie
Manitoba/Ontario Command Royal Canadian Legion – re: Military Service Recognition Book
Kaiten Critchlow, Neepawa Natives Marketing Manager – Sponsorship
Prairie Mountain Health – list of flu clinics
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman – cc to Meighen, Haddad LLP re: Robert Smith & Son Backhoe & Trucking Ltd and RM of Rosedale & RM of Langford Quotation No. 01-14
Discussion of Boundary Road – council in agreement with getting pit run tested by a lab and if suitable Council would accept quote as is from Rob Smith & Son Backhoe.
14/189 Kostenchuk – Pegoski
That we do now adjourn this regular meeting at 12:30 pm to meet again for our regular meeting on Friday, November 14, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.
Municipal Administrator Reeve