CITY  OF  HUMBOLDT

 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD

TUESDAY APRIL 9, 2021

 

PRESENT:

 

Mayor:          Dennis Korte

 Aldermen:     Leon Doepker           Darlene Cash

                        Bernie Malinoski       Jerry Weyland           

 

City Commissioner:      Willard Struck

City Clerk:  Sandra Pauli

Works and Utilities Director:  Rod Halyk

 

CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Dennis Korte called the meeting to order at 7:32 p.m.

 

ADOPT AGENDA:

Cash/Weyland:

That the agenda be adopted as amended to include:

9.        Financial Statement     

c) Bank Reconciliation as of March 31, 2002.

11.              New Business

c)      Development Permit

     Sutton Group – West Coast Realty

d)  Dale and Myrna Lunge

      Request to subdivide and purchase trailer lots.

d)     Dave Wesling – Re-zoning Request

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

APPROVE

MINUTES:

Weyland/Doepker:

That the minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held March 26, 2021

be approved as recorded and circulated.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

LANIGAN CREEK-DELLWOOD BROOK WATERSHED ASSN. - MINUTES:

Weyland/Malinoski:

That the minutes of the Lanigan Creek-Delwood Brook Watershed Assn. Board meeting held December 18, 2020 be accepted for information.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

REACT – MINUTES:

Doepker/Cash:

That the minutes of the REACT Waste Management District Authority Board meeting held March 20, 2021 be accepted for information.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

CARLTON TRAIL REDA - MINUTES:

Malinoski/Doepker:

That the minutes of the Carlton Trail REDA Board meeting held February 28, 2021 be accepted for information.  Further, that the City request a copy of REDA’s 2002-2003 Budget.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

 

HUMBOLDT AND DISTRICT FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION - MEETING:

Malinoski/Cash:

That the minutes of the Board of Directors of the Humboldt and District Fire Protection Association meeting held March 27, 2021 be accepted for information.  Further, that the matter of adjusting the City of Humboldt levy and allowing the utilization of the new fire truck in the R.M.’s be referred to the Administration, Promotion and Protection Committee for further review and consideration.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

 

 

                                                                        ____________________________

                                                                        Mayor Dennis Korte

 

                                                                        ____________________________

                                                                        City Commissioner Willard Struck

SASK BUILDING OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION – PROCLAMATION:

Doepker/Weyland:

That the Mayor be authorized to proclaim the week of April 7 – 13, 2002 as International Building Safety Week.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

SASKATCHEWAN FEDERATION OF LABOR – CODES OF CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP:

Malinoski/Doepker:

That the letter from the Saskatchewan Federation of Labor requesting the City to adopt their codes of corporate citizenship be accepted for information.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

CENTRAL PLAINS HEALTH DISTRICT – DISABLED VAN SERVICE:

Cash/Weyland:

That the letter from Kelvin Fisher, Chief Executive Officer of Central Plains Health District advising the City of Humboldt that it intends to discontinue the operation of the Humboldt Disabled Van Service effective June 30, 2020 be referred to the Administration, Protection and Protection Committee for further review and consideration.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

2002 – 2003 BUDGET SUMMARY:

Weyland/Malinoski:

That the e-mail from SUMA regarding their summary of the 2002 – 2003 Provincial Budget and how it may impact municipalities be accepted for information.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BELLA VISTA AND PIONEER HOTELS – NON -SMOKING BAN:

Malinoski/Doepker:

That the letter from the owners of the Bella Vista Inn and Pioneer Motor Hotel regarding a non-smoking ban in beverage rooms be accepted for information.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

NORTHOME COMFORT WINDOWS – DIRECT SELLERS FEE:

Cash/Doepker:

That the letter from Northome Comfort Windows Inc. and the City Inspector’s response regarding the fee for direct sellers licenses  be accepted for information.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

ST. ELIZABETH HOSPITAL -ADVISORY BOARD MEETING:

Malinoski/Cash:

That the minutes of the St. Elizabeth Hospital Advisory Board meeting held February 25th, 2002 be accepted for information.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

MUSEUM BOARD MINUTES:

Weyland/Malinoski:

That the minutes of the Humboldt and District Museum & Gallery Board Meeting Held April 2, 2021 be accepted for information.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

PECUNIARY INTEREST:

Alderman Leon Doepker declared a pecuniary interest in the following matter and left the Council Chambers at 8:00 p.m.

 

PAY ACCOUNT:

Cash/Weyland:

That cheque no. 12464 in the amount of $108.44 payable to True Value be approved for payment.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

RETURN:

Alderman Leon Doepker returned to the Council Chambers at 8:01 p.m.

 

 

           

                                                                    ____________________________

                                                                        Mayor Dennis Korte

 

 

                                                                        ____________________________

                                                                        City Commissioner Willard Struck

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:

Weyland/Malinoski:

That the Accounts Payable for the period ending APRIL 9, 2021 as represented by general cheque numbers and payroll cheque numbers 12397 to 12547 inclusive and as filed in the accounts payable register be approved for payment.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE STATEMENT:

Doepker/Weyland:

That the revenue and expenditure statement for the month of March, 2002 be approved as presented.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BANK RECONCILLIATION:

Cash/Malinoski:

That the Bank Reconciliation as of March 31, 2002 be approved as presented.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BYLAW 07/2002:

Weyland/Malinoski:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 07/2002 being a bylaw to provide for the exemption from taxation of certain property be introduced and read a first time.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BYLAW 07/2002:

Malinoski/Doepker:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 07/2002 being a bylaw to provide for the exemption from taxation of certain property be read a second time.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BYLAW 07/2002:

Cash/Weyland:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 07/2002 being a bylaw to provide for the exemption from taxation of certain property be given three readings at  this meeting.

                                                            Motion Carried Unanimously.

 

BYLAW 07/2002:

Weyland/Cash:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 07/2002 being a bylaw to provide for the exemption from taxation of certain property be read a third time and be now adopted.

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BYLAW 08/2002:

Malinoski/Cash:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 08/2002 being a bylaw to authorize the entering into an agreement be introduced and read a first time.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

BYLAW 08/2002:

 

Weyland/Doepker:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 08/2002 being a bylaw to authorize the entering into an agreement be introduced and read a second time.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

BYLAW 08/2002:

Cash/Malinoski:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 08/2002 being a bylaw to authorize the entering into an agreement be given three readings at this meeting.

 

                                                            Motion Carried Unanimously.

 

                                                                        Mayor Dennis Korte

 

 

                                                                       

                                                                        City Commissioner Willard Struck

 

BYLAW 08/2002:

Weyland/Doepker:

Resolved that Bylaw No. 08/2002 being a bylaw to authorize the entering into an agreement be read a third time and be now adopted.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

CITY COMMISSIONER’S REPORT:

Weyland/Doepker:

That the City Commissioner’s report dated APRIL 9, 2021 be accepted for information.  Further, that the matter of implementing a minimum tax be referred to the next regular Council meeting to be held April 23, 2021.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

DEVELOPMENT PERMIT:

Doepker/Malinoski:

That the development permit application from Mr. Don Munroe or Group   - West Coast Realty be approved subject to the following conditions:

1)              Access from Main Street is limited to the north end of the              property.

2)              Access and egress from 8th Avenue shall be by way of right hand turn only.

3)              The City be granted sufficient property to allow an increase in the turn radius from 8th Avenue to Main Street.

Further, that the developer be advised of the City’s German theme and asked that they consider incorporating the theme into their building.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

DALE & MYRNA LUNG – REQUEST TO SUBDIVIDE AND PURCHASE:

Weyland/Malinoski:

That we accept the offer from Mr. & Mrs. Dale Lung to purchase Lot 18 and half of Lot 19 Block 75 Plan 77H09292 for the sum of $10,000.00 plus GST.  Further, that the Lungs be responsible for all surveying costs and Land Titles costs associated with this subdivision.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

DAVE WESLING – RE-ZONING REQUEST:

Weyland/Doepker:

That the letter from Mr. Dave Wesling regarding his request to re-zone Lot 21, Block 9, Plan 99H04824 from M1 Industrial District to Residential District be referred to the next regular meeting of Council.  Further, that more information be obtained from Mr. Wesling as to what type of building he intends to place on this lot.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

WORKS & UTILITIES COMMITTEE MINUTES:

Malinoski/Weyland:

That the minutes of the Works & Utilities Committee meeting held APRIL 9, 2021 be approved as presented.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

 

 

ADJOURN

Malinoski/Weyland:

That we do now adjourn the time being  9:10 p.m.

 

                                                            Motion Carried.

 

 

 

                                                                 

                                                                        Mayor Dennis Korte

 

 

 

                                                                       

                                                                        City Commissioner Willard Struck

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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