CITY OF HUMBOLDT

 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD

MONDAY, JULY 26, 2020

 

PRESENT:

Mayor:  Dennis Korte

Councillors:     Jack Tuchscherer       Leon Winkel

                        Malcolm Eaton            Jerry Weyland

                        Wendy Yaworski                                

 

City Manager:  Thomas Goulden

City Clerk:  Sandra Pauli

Works & Utilities Director:  Rod Halyk

Leisure Services Director:  Ross Milnthorp

 

 

CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Korte called the meeting to order at 7:31 p.m.

 

 

ADOPT AGENDA:

Tuchscherer/Eaton

That the agenda as presented be adopted with the following additions:

 

    6.     Correspondence.

            “A” Items Requiring Council Resolution

            c)         Jerome Indzeoski – Request for Rezoning

                        (Mayor Korte)

 

 12.      New Business:

            b)         CSIP – Resolution (City Manager)                 

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

APPROVE MINUTES:

Weyland/Winkel

That the minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held June 28, 2020 be approved as recorded and circulated.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

HUMBOLDT ECOLOGICLA PARK COMMITTEE – MILE SLOUGH & RON BELL TRAIL:

Yaworski/Winkel

That Administration be instructed to provide clarification regarding the name of Mile Slough and that the request to change the name from Mile Slough to Mile Lake be referred to the next meeting of Council.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

Eaton/Winkel

That the Chairman of the Humboldt and Area Ecological Park be advised that the City will name the existing trail in the Ecological Park and any future trail linked to the Water Tower as Ron Bell Trail.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

REPORT FROM CITY CLERK – TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT:

Weyland/Tuchscherer

That we approve the application from Tasko to allow a tri-plex to be developed on Lots 15 & 16, Block 20, Plan F4747 as a discretionary use in the R1 – Residential District.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

J. INDZEOSKI – REQUEST FOR REZONING:

Yaworski/Weyland

That Administration be instructed to prepare an amendment to the Zoning Bylaw to rezone Parcel A, Plan D247 from A – Agricultural District to RA – Residential Acreage District.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CORRESPONDENCE:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eaton/Yaworski

That the following correspondence be received for information.

 

a)         Action Humboldt – Economic Development Proposed Plan

b)         Municipal Leadership Program – Fall Modules

c)         SUMA – News Release

d)         FCM – Members’ Advisory

e)         International Trade Canada – Community Investment Support

            Program

f)          Report from Interim City Commissioner – Concrete and             Paving Stone Tender

g)         City of Regina – September Meeting of City Mayors Caucus

h)         FCM – Members’ Advisory – Federal Cabinet Sworn In

i)          Minutes of the Humboldt & District Museum and Gallery             Board Meeting held July 6, 2020

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

WORKS & UTILITIES COMMITTEE MINUTES:

Weyland/Tuchscherer

That the minutes of the Works & Utilities Committee Meeting held July 13, 2020 be accepted for information.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

LEISURE SERVICES COMMITTEE MINUTES:

Eaton/Yaworski

That the minutes of the Leisure Services Committee Meeting held July 14, 2020 be accepted for information.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE MINUTES:

Eaton/Winkel

That the minutes of the Administration and Protection Committee Meeting held July 19, 2020 be accepted for information.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:

Council agreed to discuss the City Manager’s Report under item 12.  New Business b) CSIP – Resolution.

 

 

PECUNIARY INTEREST:

Mayor Dennis Korte declared a pecuniary interest in the following matter and left the Council Chambers at 8:12 p.m.

 

 

CHAIR:

Mayor Dennis Korte vacated the Chair and Deputy Mayor

Jerry Weyland assumed the Chair.

 

 

PAY ACCOUNT:

Eaton/Winkel

That cheque number 22318 payable to Gopher Books in the amount of $4.46 and cheque number 22319 payable to Graphic Arts Printing in the amount of $16.96 be approved for payment.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

RETURN:

Mayor Dennis Korte returned to the Council Chambers at 8:13 p.m.

 

 

CHAIR:

Mayor Dennis Korte resumed the Chair at 8:13 p.m.

 

 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:

Tuchscherer/Eaton

That the accounts payable for the period ending JULY 26, 2020 as represented by general cheque numbers 22154 to 22492 inclusive, and as filed in the Accounts Payable Register be approved for payment.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVENUE & EXPENDITURE STATEMENT:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weyland/Tuchscherer

That the revenue and expenditure statement for the month of

June 2004 be approved as presented.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

CHAIR:

Mayor Dennis Korte vacated the Chair and Deputy Mayor

Jerry Weyland assumed the Chair at 8:27 p.m.

 

 

BYLAW NO. 17/2004:

Korte/Eaton

Resolved that Bylaw No. 17/2004 being a bylaw to undertake construction of asphalt pavement as a local improvement be introduced and read a first time.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

BYLAW NO. 17/2004:

Tuchscherer/Winkel

Resolved that Bylaw No. 17/2004 being a bylaw to undertake construction of asphalt pavement as a local improvement be read a second time.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

BYLAW NO. 17/2004:

Eaton/Yaworski

Resolved that Bylaw No. 17/2004 being a bylaw to undertake construction of asphalt pavement as a local improvement be given three readings at this meeting.

 

                                    Motion Carried Unanimously.

 

 

BYLAW NO. 17/2004:

Tuchscherer/Winkel

Resolved that Bylaw No. 17/2004 being a bylaw to undertake construction of asphalt pavement as a local improvement be read a third time and be now adopted.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

CHAIR:

Mayor Dennis Korte resumed the Chair at 8:30 p.m.

 

 

CITY INSPECTOR’S REPORT – APPLICATION FOR MOVE-IN:

Eaton/Yaworski

That we approve the recommendation from the City Inspector to allow a mobile home with an unattached garage be moved from Kelvington to a City-owned trailer lot in Humboldt.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

CSIP:

Weyland/Eaton

That we make application to the Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program for funding to assist in the cost of replacement of the South Humboldt waterline.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:

Weyland/Eaton

That we approve the City Manager’s recommendation to formally endorse the City of Humboldt’s partnership with the South Humboldt Water Users Committee Limited by providing potable water with the following provisions:

 

1.         That the South Humboldt Water Users Committee Ltd. agree in             writing to a timeline on the cost-sharing of the upsized line.

 

2.         That the installation of the new line from City limits to the             Airport not proceed until such time as the City of Humboldt has             an acceptable agreement in place with the users situated             along the line.

 

 

 

 

 

3.         That the City Manager be directed to research and draft a             provisional contract detailing the arrangements for             implementing the turn over of water lines to the South             Humboldt Water Users Committee Ltd.

 

Further, that Council indicate to the water users between the City limits and the Airport a willingness to dialogue for the purpose of arriving at a resolution as well as updating the RM of Humboldt in the discussions. 

 

Also that each user enter into an individual contract ensuring the delivery of potable water with the City of Humboldt.  The contract would include the capital costs for the upgrade and possibly include costs structure for maintenance of the line.

 

Furthermore, that failure to enter into this contractual agreement would result in disconnection after the required notice has been fulfilled.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

ADJOURN:

Weyland/Tuchscherer

That we do now adjourn, the time being 9:00 p.m.

 

                                    Motion Carried.