CITY OF HUMBOLDT

 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD

TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2020

 

PRESENT:

Mayor:  Dennis Korte

Councillors:     Darlene Cash              Henry Hauber

                        Leon Doepker             Jerry Weyland

                        Jack Tuchscherer       Bernie Malinoski                     

 

City Clerk:  Sandra Pauli

Works & Utilities Director:  Rod Halyk

 

CALL TO ORDER:

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

 

 

ADOPT AGENDA:

Cash/Tuchscherer

That the agenda as presented be amended to include the following:

 

11.  New Business:

       b)  Sunset Estates - Trailers

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

APPROVE MINUTES:

Weyland/Cash

That the minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held May 27, 2003 be approved as recorded and circulated.

                                   

Amendment

That the minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held May 27, 2021 be amended by deleting the motion made by Councillor Weyland and Councillor Cash regarding a Community Events Permit for the Summer Sizzler found on page 2 thereon.

 

                                    Amendment to Main Motion Carried.

                                    Main Motion Carried.

 

 

COMMUNITY EVENTS PERMIT – SUMMER SIZZLER:

Doepker/Malinoski

That we approve the application from the Leisure Services Department for a Community Events Permit for the Summer Sizzler to be held during the following dates and times:

 

Friday, July 11, 2020 – Uniplex Tent at Centennial Park;

6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

 

Saturday, July 12, 2020 – Uniplex Tent at Centennial Park;

11:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.

 

Saturday, July 12, 2020 – Grand Stand at Centennial Park;

10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

 

Saturday, July 12, 2020 – Uniplex Curling Rink; 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

 

                                   Motion Carried.

 

 

REPORT FROM CITY/SUMA OFFICIALS ON RCMP ISSUES:

Tuchscherer/Weyland

That we adopt the following recommendations from the report compiled by City and SUMA officials on RCMP issues:

 

1.         That a letter be drafted to Doug Moen, Deputy Minister of             Justice, expressing that:

 

            a)  Municipalities feel the current costing arrangement for the                  RCMP Radio Replacement Project is unfair and want to                  discuss ways it can be rectified.

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

            b)  Municipalities want representation on the Radio                

                 Replacement Bids Selection Committee to represent their

                 own interests.

 

            c)  The assignment of health services expenses to RCMP

                 Division Administration costs is unfair and should be

                 removed from billing statements or credited back to

                 municipalities by the Department of Health.

 

            d)  Municipalities will no longer accept the lack of consultation

                 and input they are provided on issues that have major cost

                 implications, specifically highlighting the Radio

                 Replacement Project.

 

            e)  Municipalities want a seat at the table on the Provincial

                 Committee Planning for the next round of RCMP Contract

                 negotiations for Saskatchewan, and at the contract

                 negotiation table itself.

 

2.         That a letter also be drafted to Assistant Commissioner, Earl

            Moulton, Commanding Officer of RCMP (F) Division, similarly             expressing:

 

            a)  Municipal displeasure regarding the lack of information

                 shared and consultation that took place regarding the Radio

                 Replacement Project.

 

            b)  That municipalities expect greater input in decisions that

                 affect our policing costs and services.

 

            c)  That municipalities want to directly participate in the RCMP

                 Radio Replacement Bid Selection Process for

                 Saskatchewan.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

MAXINE HAY – DANDELIONS:

Hauber/Tuchscherer

That Mrs. Maxine Hay be advised that City will adhere to its annual weed spraying program and spray all City-owned property in the third week in September.

 

Further, that she be advised that the lots in Brockman Place will be mowed weekly as part of the Leisure Services regular maintenance program.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

GLEN & JANICE DOBMEIER – REACT SITE:

Malinoski/Weyland

That the letter from Glen & Janice Dobmeier regarding the condition of the REACT site on 3rd Avenue South be forwarded to the REACT Board for their review and consideration.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

CORRESPONDENCE:

Malinoski/Cash

That the following correspondence be received.

 

a)         Report from City/SUMA Officials on RCMP Issues

b)         Maxine Hay – Dandelions

c)         Glen & Janice Dobmeier – REACT Site

d)         GRAA – Urban Revenue Sharing Grant

e)         Sask Water – 2002 Annual Report

f)          Humboldt & District Chamber of Commerce – Thank You

g)         SUMA – Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12

            Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

h)         Minister of Industry and Resources – Ambassador Kit

i)          Humboldt & District Mutual Aid Area – Statement of Operations

j)          Minutes of the Occupational Health & Safety Committee

            Meeting held June 4, 2021

k)         Minutes of the Humboldt & District Museum and Gallery Board

            Meeting held June 3, 2021

           

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

PECUNIARY INTEREST:

Mayor Dennis Korte and Councillor Leon Doepker declared a pecuniary interest in the following matter and left the Council Chambers at 7:59 p.m.

 

 

CHAIR:

Deputy Mayor Jack Tuchscherer assumed the Chair.

 

 

PAY ACCOUNT:

Cash/Hauber

That cheque number 17540 payable to Graphic Arts Printing in the amount of $288.15 and cheque number 17542 payable to True Value in the amount of $164.94 be approved for payment.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

RETURN:

Mayor Dennis Korte and Councillor Leon Doepker returned to the Council Chambers at 8:00 p.m.

 

 

CHAIR:

Mayor Dennis Korte resumed the Chair.

 

 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:

Doepker/Malinoski

That the accounts payable for the period ending JUNE 10, 2020 as represented by general cheque numbers 17473 to 17608 inclusive, and as filed in the Accounts Payable Register be approved for payment.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

REVENUE & EXPENDITURE STATEMENT:

Tuchscherer/Cash

That the revenue and expenditure statement for the month of May 2003 be approved as presented.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

AUDITED ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT:

Doepker/Malinoski

That the Audited Annual Financial Statement for the City of Humboldt for the year ending December 31, 2020 as attached hereto and forming a part of these minutes be approved.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

HUMBOLDT BRONCOS ENTRANCE SIGNS:

Doepker/Tuchscherer

That the City purchase four entrance signs that read “Home of the Humboldt Broncos Royal Bank Cup Champions 2003” from Graphic Ad for the total amount of $1,717.68 plus applicable taxes.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

COUNCIL MEETINGS – JULY & AUGUST:

Weyland/Doepker

That Council hold its Regular Council Meeting for the months of July and August, 2003 on the fourth Tuesday of each month being July 22, 2003 and August 26, 2020.

 

                                    Motion Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUNSET ESTATES - TRAILERS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Jerry Weyland inquired as to what the City’s policy is regarding the move-in of trailers at Sunset Estates.

 

Mayor Dennis Korte advised that the Administration is investigating the City Bylaws and Policies regarding the move-in of trailers in Sunset Estates and that a report will be provided to Council for the next meeting.

 

 

ADJOURN:

Weyland/Tuchscherer

That we do now adjourn, the time being 8:55 p.m.

 

                                    Motion Carried.