Resolutions of Council

February 8 Committee of the Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Narayan that the Committee direct Administration to bring back the Smoking Bylaw with proposed amendments based on the ASH presentation to a Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Colvin that the Committee direct Councillor Dean as Chair of the Hiring Committee to work with Administration on the next phase of the hiring process of the City Directors including the job postings to be completed by the end of February 2022, for resumes to be reviewed by the end of May 2022, and for candidates to be interviewed by the end of June 2022. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that the Committee defer the Staff Update item until a legal review is complete. Unanimous

February 1 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council revoke Jeff Gibeau’s appointment as Interim Chief Administrative Officer effective immediately. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint Harminder Pattar as City Director, Corporate Services, effective immediately. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint Mark Wolynice as City Director, Community Operations, effective immediately. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint Jeff Gibeau as City Director, Growth & Development, effective immediately. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 001-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as amended.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct the applicable City Directors to sign the Utility Service Agreements, dated effective January 1, 2022. In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Councillor Dean
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
Councillor Narayan
Against:
Deputy Mayor Foat

Moved by Councillor Dean that Council approve the Corporate Asset Management Training Project by awarding the project contract to the project consultant. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council approve the AFFRCS radio project which includes a budget reallocation resulting in a budget increase to project number 6233013 from $211,000.00 to $425,000.00 in the 2022 year using existing available MSI funding. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council remove AFRRCS radio project from the 2024/2025 capital plan. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct the City Director, Growth & Development, to proceed with seeking legal advice regarding the offer of the lakeside land sale. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council appoint the following individual to the Chestermere Accessibility Advisory Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Nisha John

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individual to the Community Grant Funding Adjudication Committee pending amendments to the Committees and Boards Bylaw for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Jibi Cherian

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Johal-Watt that Council appoint the following individuals to the Human Services Advisory Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Nisha John

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Narayan that Council appoint the following individuals to the Police Communications Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Aimee Essington
- Monita Raj
- Saman Dhudwal

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to draft an Amending Bylaw to Bylaw 004-12, being the Community Standards Bylaw, with amendments as discussed. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to draft an Amending Bylaw to Bylaw 036-20, being the Traffic Control Bylaw, with amendments as discussed. Unanimous

January 18 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Funk that Harry Harker’s appointment of Interim Chief Administrative Officer be revoked effective immediately. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Jeff Gibeau be appointed to Interim Chief Administrative Officer effective immediately. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Chestermere RCMP be authorized to select the “Proudly Serving Chestermere” branding for its service vehicles. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 007-21, being the Clearwater Municipal Development Plan, to take place at a Special Meeting held on February 8, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 008-21, being the Clearwater Area Structure Plan, to take place at a Special Meeting held on February 8, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 006-22, being the Designated Officer Bylaw. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 002-22, being an Amendment to Storm Drainage Bylaw 002-21, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 002-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 002-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 002-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 003-22, being an Amendment to Waste Management Bylaw 008-15, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 003-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 003-22 as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 003-22 as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 004-22, being an Amendment to Wastewater Bylaw 027-13, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 004-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 004-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 004-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 005-22, being an Amendment to Water Bylaw 025-13, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 005-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 005-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 005-22. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 001-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 001-21 to take place on February 1, 2022 at the scheduled Council Meeting at 9:00 a.m. with the advertisement including the considerations of Council as discussed. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to take the steps to fulfill the matter discussed during the Bylaw Enforcement in camera item. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct the Mayor to negotiate the employment contracts of the proposed City Directors as established by Bylaw 006-22, being the Designated Officer Bylaw, to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the Chief Administrative Officer and that their names be made public upon their official appointment through Council resolution as per Section 206(1) of the Municipal Government Act. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals to the Assessment Review Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2024;
- Aaron Holmes-Binns;
- Mary Moojelsky;
- Don Roberts; and
- Scot Caithness.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals to the Audit Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Isaac Achal; and
- Gurkivan Randhawa.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals to the Chestermere Accessibility Advisory Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Bhawanjot Grewal;
- Marilyn King;
- Craig Nichols; and
- Bobbi-Jo Siverns.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council appoint the following individuals to the Chestermere Library Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Daina Barbary; and
- Prabjot Kaur.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals to the Community Grant Funding Adjudication Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Daniel Gretener;
- Murray Grant; and
- Nicole Maillot-Johnson.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Johal-Watt that Council appoint the following individuals to the Human Services Advisory Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Scot Caithness;
- MaraLee Duff;
- Melissa From;
- Vicky Minhas;
- Phil Hoetger;
- Carlen Scheyk;
- Jiya Sidhu;
- Samantha Smorong; and
- Baljinder Sull.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Narayan that Council appoint the following individuals to the Police Communications Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Simran Dial;
- Victor Pouteaux;
- Gurkiran Randhawa;
- Laurie McLeod; and
- Nicole Maillot-Johnson.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council appoint the following individuals to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Katheryn Cairns;
- Scot Caithness;
- Philip Hoetger;
- Don Roberts;
- Shawn Scheyk; and
- Andrew Stone.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to create an addendum to all Council agenda packages to include any new or modified staff presentations that were not included in the original agenda package. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to provide full enquiry access to the City’s Questica Financial Reporting software to all members of Council. Unanimous

January 11 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give First Reading of Bylaw 006-22, being the Designated Bylaw Officer, as amended. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council give Second Reading of Bylaw 006-22. Unanimous

January 3 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct The Board of Utility Company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. by certified council resolution to replace Bylaw No. 1, Section 4, Article 4.1 with the following:
The Board, by resolution, may establish the date and number of regular meetings of the Board held during a calendar year; however, there shall be no less than two (2) regular meetings per year.
As the Board of Directors consist of Chestermere’s City Council, all Board Meetings may be conducted separately or apart of a City Council Meeting unless the nature of the business is in violation of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Where business is conducted during a public City Council Meeting, any motion by Council shall have the same effect as a vote of the Board of Directors.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct The Board of Utility Company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. by certified council resolution to replace Bylaw No. 1, Section 4, Article 4.3 with the following:
Notice of the date, time, and location of every Board Meeting shall be provided to each Director no less than forty-eight (48) hours before the time fixed for the proposed Board Meeting. A notice of the Board Meeting must specify the purpose of the meeting.
The Chairperson may call a Special Board Meeting by giving at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice in writing to each Director which states the purpose of the meeting and the date, time, and place at which it is to be held.
A Special Board Meeting may be held with less than twenty-four (24) hours’ notice to all Directors if at least 2/3 of the whole Board of Directors agree to this in writing before the commencement of the meeting.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council establishes a hiring committee with the purpose of hiring for the role of Chief Administrative Officer as per the Municipal Government Act. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council accept the Webster purchase contract ratified subject to legal review. Unanimous

December 21 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct Administration to open Rainbow Road North and place traffic counters at the south side of the intersection of Rainbow Road and Highway 1 and the north side of the intersection of Rainbow Road and Windermere Drive and report back collected data and road conditions on a monthly basis and that this item be added to Council’s Action List. In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Deputy Mayor Foat
Councillor Dean
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
Against:
Councillor Narayan
CARRIED

Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to add to Council’s Action List that Administration obtain quotations to undertake a Traffic Impact Assessment once data is collected from the traffic counters at the intersections of Rainbow Road and Highway 1 and Rainbow Road and Windermere Drive and report that information to Council. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council waive the Interim Chief Administrative Officer’s fiduciary responsibility to negotiate the land sales price at fair market value with the current landowner of ______________________. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to take the necessary steps to immediately remove the fencing on the property of ______________________ to allow for access to Chestermere Lake. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to negotiate a fair deal with the landowners of ______________________ and that the cost of interest at the time of sale as well as the damages to the dock, electrical, and irrigation system be considered in the negotiations. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council terminate the public appointments of the following Committees and Boards effective immediately:
- Chestermere Economic Development Advisory Committee;
- Lake and Watershed Advisory Committee;
- Police Communications Committee;
- Human Services Advisory Board;
- Streetscape Committee;
- Community Grant Funding Adjudication Committee;
- Seniors Advisory Committee;
- Chestermere Accessibility Advisory Committee; and
- Assessment Review Board.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council terminate the public appointments of the Chestermere Subdivision and Development Appeal Board effective following the conclusion of all active hearings. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to immediately advertise for the Committees and Boards requiring Public Members and to explore as many means of advertising as is reasonable. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council provide approval to the Site Plan for a Cottage Housing Cluster Development with conditions as stated in Exhibit A attached to the Dawson’s Landing – Cottage Housing Site Plan Approval Report for Decision dated December 21, 2021 for a 22-dwelling unit development and public park at 180 Dawson Harbour Hill (Lot 13, Block 2, Plan 1912378), including:
- a maximum gross floor area variance of 60 sq. metres for all future single-detached dwelling unit applications within the subject site; and
- a building setback from common amenity space variance of 2.5 metres for lots 25 and 36 as indicated on the approved Site Plan.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council delegate their decision authority to staff for Permitted and Discretionary Use applications pertaining to 180 Dawson Harbour Hill (Lot 13, Block 2, Plan 1912378) with the exception related to parking variances. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council adopt the first quarter of the 2021 Budget as the first quarter of the 2022 Budget. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to provide Council with a report on the 2021 Year End Actuals in order for Council to adopt a full 2022 budget by the end of the first quarter. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council adopt the 2022-2026 Capital Plan as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to present a full business case for each capital project in the calendar year of which it is to be conducted and to not proceed with that project until receiving formal approval from Council.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council provide Administration with summary sample business case process analysis templates to establish what is expected of Administration in their capital project business case presentations to Council. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals as Public Members to the Audit Committee effective immediately for a term ending on December 31, 2022:
- Tessa Vos
- Terra Klassen

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to create a future Off-Site Levy Project for Community Recreation and transfer the Work in Progress reusable design costs from the terminated 2021 Civic Centre Project. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to collect all correspondence between the City of Chestermere and Bird Construction and the City of Chestermere and Gibbs Gage in January 2021 to November 2021 and provide that to Council for review. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to provide an update on the project schedule for the Civic Centre contract with Gibbs Gage to identify what has been completed and to clarify whether there were specific milestones with payment terms attached to the schedule.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Civic Centre Project Close Out be deferred until all relevant information is obtained. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to prepare a list of Permitted Uses for the Melcor Development under construction at 117 Main Street and bring that information back to the January 11, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to test the ice thickness of the storm ponds with the exception of storm ponds within Kinniburgh Developments to collect data regarding the safety and feasibility of recreational use on storm ponds. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council establish a Task Force with the purpose to review the City’s current bylaws and recommend changes for Council’s review and direct Administration to develop a Terms of Reference for the February 8, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to bring back an update to Council regarding the speed limit change from 80km/h to 60km/h on Township Road 240 to the January 18, 2021 Council Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to explore options such as a roundabout or traffic circle to address traffic safety at the intersection of West Chestermere Drive and Station Way and report back to Council at the February 15, 2021 Council Meeting. Unanimous

December 14 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council be authorized to release non-confidential information of the Utility Company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. and the City of Chestermere to the public. Unanimous

December 14 Committee of the Whole

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Committee direct Administration to provide information in regard to the land purchase of ______________________ by West Irrigation District in comparison to other shoreline properties that were sold under the same circumstances. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Committee direct Administration to release any information which is not exceptional to disclosure as per the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act received in camera at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting at an upcoming Council Meeting. Unanimous

December 7 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council approve a side yard variance of 0.3048 metres for all lots in Phase 3 of the Kinniburgh South subdivision. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council approve, pursuant to Section 553 of the Municipal Government Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. M-26, all unpaid charges for municipal utility services provided by 1538974 Alberta Ltd. in the amounts and to the parcels of land set out in Schedule A of the staff report titled 2021 Q3 Financial Operations Report and Utility Account Transfer dated December 7, 2021 and that these amounts be added to the tax roll of each subject parcel of land. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to look into storm pond use within comparative municipalities and bring back a report to the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to review the development and land use options of East Acreages, North Acreages, and Paradise Meadows, and report back to Council before the end of January 2022. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council make amendments to Harry Harker’s employment contract as Interim Chief Administrative Officer as discussed in camera. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council make changes to the forensic audit initially passed by Council at the November 9 Committee of the Whole Meeting as discussed in camera. Unanimous

November 30 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Unanimous Shareholder Agreement between the City of Chestermere and 1538974 Alberta Ltd. be amended as follows:
- Article 1 subsection 1.1(i)
Remove “The Business Plans are Confidential Information that may contain sensitive information not for public release”
- Article 1 subsection 1.1(m)
Remove in its entirety
- Article 6 section 6.1
Remove in its entirety
Unanimous

November 16 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to apply for permission to the Province to treat the ephemeral water body area and create a small capital project to remediate this area. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 007-21, being an amendment to the Municipal Development Plan, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to initiate formal circulation to agencies and adjacent properties as per the Municipal Government Act requirements. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Narayan that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 008-21, being the Clearwater Park Area Structure Plan, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to initiate formal circulation to agencies and adjacent properties as per the Municipal Government Act requirements. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Narayan that Council direct Administration to add an item to the Action List which directs Administration to bring Bylaw 022-10, being the Land Use Bylaw, specifically Part 9 which speaks to signage around the City, to the January 25, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous

November 9 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Dean to terminate current appointments of the Utility Board 1538974 AB Ltd. effective November 9, 2021 at 2:41 p.m. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals as Board of Directors of Utility Board 1538974 AB Ltd. effective November 9, 2021 at 2:42 p.m.:
- Jeff Colvin
- Shannon Dean
- Mel Foat
- Blaine Funk
- Stephen Hanley
- Sandy Johal-Watt
- Ritesh Narayan

Unanimous

November 9 Committee of the Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Dean that the Committee direct Administration to draft a Terms of Reference for a Committee with the purpose of identifying recreational needs for minor sports programs and present the Terms of Reference at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Johal-Watt that Council conduct a multi-year forensic audit for accounting and transparency purposes and for staff to recommend a timeframe of fifteen years covering major expenditures and Utility Company 1538974 AB Ltd. Unanimous

November 1 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council repeal Policy 654, that being the Public Conduct and Civil Discourse Policy.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to release all information that is not subject to Division 2 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. F-25 from the in camera discussions held at the October 26, 2021 Organizational Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct Administration to terminate the Civic Centre Fieldhouse Project. In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Deputy Mayor Foat
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
In opposition:
Councillor Dean
Councillor Johal-Watt
Councillor Narayan

Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to complete a feasibility review and bring Council quotations to build a fieldhouse at an alternative site to be determined. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to prioritize the high school site at either of the two sites presented.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to completely dissolve the municipally controlled utility company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. back into the municipal corporation with the appropriate asset management and appreciation accounting In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Deputy Mayor Foat
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
In opposition:
Councillor Dean
Councillor Johal-Watt
Councillor Narayan

Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to produce a list of major projects which exceed three million dollars that have been active over the past fifteen years and bring it forward to the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council create a Mayor’s Task Force made up of residents and a Council Representative with the purpose of reviewing the viability and safety of recreational activities on storm ponds within Chestermere. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to increase the speed limit threshold for flashing speed limit signs to 5km/h over the speed limit. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to look into the straightening of Rainbow Road South of Rainbow Falls Gate across the canal and provide an update at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous

October 28 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council revoke the Chief Administrative Officer appointment of Bernie Morton, effective October 29, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council appoint Harry Harker to the position of Interim Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Chestermere, effective October 29, 2021 at 9:01 a.m. Unanimous

October 26, 2021 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct the Recording Officer of Council Meetings to record Elected Officials’ individual votes on all non-procedural votes such as third readings of bylaws, policy approvals, and any motions or resolutions that delegate authority or direction. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to present Policy 654, that being the Public Conduct and Civil Discourse Policy, at the November 9, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to provide information regarding the complete dissolvement and municipalization of 1538974 AB Ltd. and other options for Council’s consideration. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Funk that Council direct Administration to provide legal counsel to the Ward 1 Rocky View School Board Trustee and Chestermere Calgary Catholic School Board Trustee regarding the size requirements, timelines, and site readiness of the proposed school sites. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct Administration to proceed in taking the necessary steps to increase the speed limit along the 60km/h zone of Chestermere Boulevard to 80 km/h after reprogramming the turning only sequence lights on Chestermere Boulevard on east/west traffic at Rainbow Road. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to take the necessary steps to change the road lanes at the West Chestermere Drive and Chestermere Boulevard intersection as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to draft a Terms of Reference for a Council Task Force with the purpose of addressing the servicing solutions and zoning alternatives for East Acreages and present the Terms of Reference at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to draft a Terms of Reference for a Council Task Force with the purpose of addressing the preservation of the Chestermere Golf Course and other community parks and lands and present the Terms of Reference at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole. Unanimous