Procedural By-law Approval
Council approved a new Procedural By-Law, which governs the way that municipal Council and committee meetings are run. The final by-law was informed by public input, discussion at a special meeting of Committee of the Whole, and further discussion and amendments at this Council meeting. The final by-law will be available to view online once it is duly signed by the Mayor and Clerk.
Council appointed members to fill vacancies on various citizen committees including: Graeme Phillips (Cemetery Advisory), Kim Laird (Community & Economic Development Commission), Kelly McGillivray (Traffic Advisory), Denise Gendron and Chris Braney (Heritage Advisory), Joanna Adema (Bloomfield Recreation), Craig Cooper and Linda McBain (North Marysburgh Recreation), Brogan Courtney (Picton Recreation), Michael Farrell, Herni Garand, Greer Koutroulides, Brian Longwell, Michelle Pritchard, and Larissa Stout (Sophiasburgh Recreation).
Presentations, Deputations and Reports
Received the annual report of the Prince Edward County Library and Archives, as well as a deputation about the procedural by-law. Council received a variety of reports from municipal committees, including budget line approvals for the Community and Economic Development Commission and the Police Services Board.
Next Council Meeting: February 22, 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.