Mayor Steve Ferguson read two proclamations to mark Canada’s Agriculture Day on February 22, 2022, and Violence Awareness and Random Acts of Kindness Week from March 7-13, 2022.
Received presentations from the Prince Edward Police Services Board on the 2021 yearly activities, from PEC Community Partners regarding plans for the Loch Sloy / Camp Picton revitalization, and from All Welcome Here about the results of a survey of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in The County.
Quinte Conservation Transition Plan
Council received a report from Quinte Conservation Authority regarding their Transition Plan to meet new Provincial requirements for conservation authorities. The Transition Plan outlines the process and timelines for the development of cost apportioning agreements with municipalities for non-mandated programs and services.
Development charge credits for “Tip of the Bay” property
Council reconsidered a vote made on January 11, 2022 regarding an agreement for development charge credits for the Tip of the Bay property at Picton Harbour. Council directed staff to make amendments to certain details in the agreement and return to Council with a final draft at a future meeting.
Council received reports from the Finance department as required to comply with Provincial regulations. Council also approved minutes from previous meetings and received reports from various committees. Through this process, Council approved the Traffic Advisory Committee recommendation for a “Pedestrian Ahead” warning sign on Brewers Road, and the Accessibility Advisory Committee recommendation to develop criteria for designating Short Term Accommodations (STAs) as Accessible Units.
Next Council Meeting: March 8, 2022
This summary is not a complete record of the proceedings of the meeting. For the official record, please refer to the minutes in the next Council agenda. A video of this meeting is available on The County’s YouTube Channel.