REDESIGNATION OF LAND – W1/234-39-02 W5M – PALM COVE
Representatives of Qualico Communities supplied a presentation on their request to redesignateapproximately 38.69 hectares (95.61 acres) on the W½ 34-39-02-W5M right into a 59-lot clustered styleresidential improvement, often called Palm Cove. The presentation was acquired for info.
REDESIGNATION OF LAND – Pt. NW 21-39-03 W5M – ALBERTA VIEWS RV & GOLF COURSE
Alterra Engineering representatives and Invoice McLean supplied a presentation on behalf of 1949561 Alberta
Ltd. (Invoice and Carla McLean) concerning their request to redesignate roughly 61.95 hectares (153.07 acres) on Pt. NW 21-39-03-W5M to Recreation ‘PR’ District. The presentation was acquired for info.
LAND USE BYLAW AMENDMENT REQUEST – PT. SW 16-39-01 W5M – ADEARA RECOVERY CENTRE
Representatives of Work on That Inc., on behalf of Adeara, supplied a presentation concerning their request so as to add a particular discretionary use to the Agricultural ‘A’ District of the County’s Land Use Bylaw to think about a “remedy centre” on Pt. SW 16-39-01-W5M. The presentation was acquired for info.
SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 11 (EAST OF HAYNES) ASP
The phrases of reference and a background report on the proposed Freeway 11 (East of Haynes) Space Construction Plan (ASP) had been introduced. The South of Freeway 11 Space Multi-lot Nation Residential Define Plan (OP) was developed in 2001 and the intent of the proposed Freeway 11 (East of Haynes) is to develop a brand new ASP with a boundary that represents the japanese portion of the OP plan space and to replace the plan to replicate change to the County’s Municipal Improvement Plan and Land Use Bylaw.
The Phrases of Reference for the Freeway 11 (East of Haynes) ASP had been accepted and the background report for the ASP was acquired for info.
LACOMBE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
The Phrases of Reference for the Lacombe County Financial Improvement Technique had been accepted as introduced.
HIGHWAY 2/HIGHWAY 12 INTERCHANGE FUNCTIONAL PLANNING STUDY
A presentation by representatives of Alberta Transportation and Castleglen Consultants on the Freeway 2/Freeway 12 Interchange Perform Planning Research was acquired for info.
2022 FCSS FUNDING ALLOCATIONS
Council accepted funding for the next group applications in 2022 and ongoing annual funding, pending 1) the yearly assessment of every program to make sure that this system is operational and continues to be a useful useful resource to the group and a pair of) there may be enough funding out there.
• Alix FCSS $ 1,500
• Alix Mirror Wellness Helps Society $ 2,600
• Bentley Neighborhood Companies $ 10,248
• Massive Brothers Massive Sisters of Lacombe and District $ 5,000
• Blackfalds Camp Curious $ 3,600
• Blackfalds FCSS – Seniors Packages $ 3,000
• Youth Limitless Central Alberta $ 6,000
• Eckville and Neighborhood Youth Society $ 2,500
• Eckville Recreation Board – Summer time Camp $ 2,000
• Associates of the Mirror Library Society $ 5,100
• Lacombe and District FCSS $ 24,128
• Lacombe FCSS (Clive, Mirror, Tees Playgroup) $ 2,394
Whole $ 68,070
2021 UNEXPENDED FCSS FUNDING
After the annual year-end assessment for 2021 and projections for 2022, it was decided that the FCSS program shall be underspent within the quantity of $ 13,000 for 2021.
Council accepted funding, on a one-time foundation, to the next group organizations:
• Alix FCSS $ 1,000
• Alix Mirror Wellness Helps Society $ 1,200
• Massive Brothers Massive Sisters $ 3,000
• City of Blackfalds Camp Curious $ 1,200
• Lacombe and District FCSS $ 3,494
• Lacombe FCSS on behalf of Clive FCSS $ 1,606
• Youth Limitless Central Alberta $ 1,500
LAPA POLICY RC(1) FUNDING REQUEST
A second joint assembly with the Metropolis of Lacombe shall be held just about on January 18, 2022 at 9 a.m. to debate a funding request from the Lacombe Athletic Park Affiliation (LAPA) with regard to Part Two of the Subject Home Venture, which is the Monitor and Subject Enlargement.
POLICY AD(8) LAND SALES – HAMLET OF MIRROR
Council was introduced with up to date Coverage AD(8) Land Gross sales – Hamlet of Mirror which established the method for the sale of vacant heaps owned by Lacombe County. A clause has been added to the coverage to require improvement of heaps inside a particular interval. Coverage AD(8) was accepted as introduced.
STRATEGIC PLAN OVERVIEW
By decision of Council, Lacombe County will proceed with the event of a brand new Strategic Plan. A strategic planning workshop shall be held on January 11 and 12, 2022 commencing at 9 a.m. within the Lacombe County Council Chambers.
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
Along with receiving the notes of the Dec. 7, 2021 Committee of the Complete assembly for info, Council additionally reviewed the next objects from that assembly:
PARKING FEES – SANDY POINT & SUNBREAKER COVE FACILITIES
The County Supervisor was directed to organize a report with regard to the proposal to cost parking charges and boat launching charges on the Sandy Level and Sunbreaker Cove services and this report be introduced at a future assembly.
A presentation on the assorted features and the necessities of Asset Administration was acquired for info.
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ROAD BANS ON ASPELUND AND WOODYNOOK ROAD
The County Supervisor was directed to organize a report concerning the impacts of lifting street bans on the Aspelund and Woodynook Roads. This report shall be introduced at a future Council assembly.
COUNCILLOR CODE OF CONDUCT BYLAW
A presentation offering an summary of the Lacombe County Councillor Code of Conduct Bylaw as required by the Municipal Authorities Act, was acquired for info.
LAPA FUNDING REQUEST – CITY OF LACOMBE/LACOMBE COUNTY
A report concerning the Lacombe Athletic Park Affiliation (LAPA) request for Lacombe County monetary help of their Monitor and Subject Enlargement mission was acquired for info. Consideration of this request shall be deferred till after the second Metropolis of Lacombe – Lacombe County joint Council assembly as per the Neighborhood Teams – Facility Capital and Working Funding Requests course of, as required by the Metropolis of Lacombe/Lacombe County Operational Value-sharing Settlement.
RURAL RED DEER RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM BOARD
As per Council decision Councillor Kreil was appointed because the Lacombe County consultant to the Rural Purple Deer Restorative Justice Program Board of Administrators and Neighborhood Advisory Council.
BYLAW NO. 1352/21 – RATES AND FEES 2022
Bylaw No. 1352/21, a bylaw of Lacombe County to authorize the institution of charges for numerous providers, provides, info, purposes and appeals supplied to the general public was learn a primary, second and third time and so handed by Council.
UTILITY RATE BYLAWS
Council moved first, second and third readings of the next bylaws:
1. Bylaw 1354/21, a bylaw to determine 2022 water and wastewater charges for Aspelund Industrial Park;
2. Bylaw 1355, a bylaw to determine 2022 wastewater charges for the Sylvan Lake Subdivisions which might be half
of the Sylvan Lake Communal Sewer System;
3. Bylaw 1356/21, a bylaw to determine 2022 water charges for Lakeview Estates; and
4. Bylaw 1357/21, a bylaw to determine 2022 water, wastewater and strong waste charges for the Hamlet of Mirror.
These charges shall be posted on the Lacombe County web site.
Subsequent Common Council Assembly is
Thursday, Jan.13, 2022 – 9 a.m.
Subsequent Committee of the Complete Assembly is
Feb. 1, 2022 – 9 a.m.
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