2014-06-17_Council

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

June 17, 2014

SUMMARY OF MOTIONS


MOTION 140617.01Minutes Annual Session May 20, 2014. 1

MOTION 140617.02Public Hearing – Cornwallis Park MPS & LUB Amendment Application. 2

MOTION 140617.03Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy – Amendment3

MOTION 140617.04Cornwallis Park Land Use Bylaw – Amendment5

MOTION 140617.05Letters to RCMP Annapolis Detachment, Mayor of Moncton. 8

MOTION 140617.06Community Names & Boundaries and Community Name Signs. 8

MOTION 140617.07AM-1.2.6 Certificates of Recognition Policy (New)8

MOTION 140617.08AM-1.2.0 Council Meetings and Proceedings Policy (housekeeping)8

MOTION 140617.09Valley Waste-Resource Management Operating and Capital Budgets. 9

MOTION 140617.10Bridgetown Dissolution Transition Committee - Alternate. 9

MOTION 140617.11Councillor Appointments to Committees, Boards and Organizations. 9

MOTION 140617.12Citizen Appointments to Joint, Regional or Community Organizations – Annapolis County Municipal Housing Corporation. 10

MOTION 140617.13Department of Energy – Councillor Participation. 10

MOTION 140617.14Repaving on Highway 10 and Active Transportation Opportunities. 11

 


 


Minutes of the regular session of Municipal Council held on June 17, 2014, at the James Horsfall Memorial Hall, Cornwallis, N.S., at 10:00 a.m.

Present:          Warden Reg Ritchie, Deputy Warden Wilkins; Councillors: Wayne Fowler, Brian ‘Fuzzy’ Connell, Paul McDonald, Gregory Heming, Alex Morrison, Timothy Habinski, Frank Chipman, Martha Roberts, and Diane LeBlanc.

Also

Present:          CAO John Ferguson, Municipal Clerk Carolyn Young, and other staff.

Minutes

MOTION 140617.01              Minutes Annual Session May 20, 2014

Councillor Fowler moved, seconded by Councillor McDonald, that the minutes of the annual session held on May 20, 2014 be approved as circulated. Motion carried unanimously.

Reports & Recommendations

Re: Municipal Solicitor

  • – a monthly report for May was circulated in the agenda package. The Solicitor added that he had spoken with the Administrator of Dangerous or Unsightly Premises regarding some current issues.

Councillor Chipman moved, seconded by Councillor LeBlanc, to receive the monthly report of the Municipal Solicitor as circulated in the agenda. Motion carried unanimously.

Additions to the Agenda

By consensus, the following items were added to the agenda: 8(A) Repaving Highway 10 – Active Transportation Opportunities, (B) Economic Development and Strategic Planning, (C) Grant Promotion, (D) Kings Transit, and (E) Gordon Mackintosh.

Additions

Re: Grant Promotion – Staff presented four options on how to best promote the grants given by Council.

  1. One event would be held per district. The Councillor would present to each organization in their district. Other groups that are county-wide or not district-specific would be assigned to the Warden or his designate.
  2. Invite all organizations to a barbecue at August council, have one photo with all groups and councillors holding one cheque with the overall total of grants issued.
  3. Invite all recipients to August Council and present each cheque during Council.
  4. Status quo; a letter and cheque will be sent at the end of the summer.

The Warden asked all to consider these options for discussion after the recess.

Recess

Upon motion of Councillor Morrison, seconded by Councillor Heming, a recess was called at 10:13 a.m. in order that Municipal Council could attend the Grand Opening of Acadian Seaplants. All returned at 11:17 as previously stated.

Re: Kings Transit – the CAO noted that the new bus has arrived and is in New Minas today. It still needs a week to have installation and inspection completed before being put into service.

Re Acadian Seaplants Tour – The Warden announced that any Councillor who wanted a tour of Acadian Seaplants tomorrow should advise the Clerk so that arrangements could be made with Linda Theriault for a time.  

Re: Gordon Mackintosh – Mr. Mackintosh will be in Nova Scotia in October. He is a professor who deals with strategic planning etc. Because he will be here the CAO has booked him to present to Council on the evening of Thursday, October 23rd, and all day Friday, October 24th.

Re: Grant Promotions (cont’d) – It was the consensus that Councillors will present to individuals, in their districts. The whole group of recipients will be invited to Council for a barbecue in August (if the response is not great, it will be re-scheduled, perhaps to September).

Councillor Comments

District 11 – Councillor LeBlanc noted she had attended the Nova Scotia Community College graduation, held at Acadia University this past weekend. She said that the President presented the idea of ‘entrepreneurship’ to the students, which echoes the Ivany report. The President also noted his pride in students not only from Nova Scotia, but from other Provinces and other countries.

District 6 – Councillor Morrison welcomed everyone to District 6 and thanked the Annapolis Basin Conference Centre for hosting today’s meeting. He noted many of the businesses and other vital elements of the area and invited all to participate in events as outlined in the community newsletter - The Cornwallis Villager.  

Reports & Recommendations(cont’d)

Re: Planning Advisory Committee (June 10th)

  • Public Hearing Date

MOTION 140617.02              Public Hearing – Cornwallis Park MPS & LUB Amendment Application

Pursuant to the recommendation of the Planning Advisory Committee, Deputy Warden Wilkins moved, seconded by Councillor Morrison, that Municipal Council hold a Public Hearing on July 15, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in Council Chambers in consideration of Municipal Council’s intention to adopt amendments to the Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy and the Cornwallis Park Land Use Bylaw. Motion carried unanimously.  

  • Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy – Amendment

MOTION 140617.03              Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy – Amendment

Wilkins Morrison In accordance with the recommendation of the Planning Advisory Committee, and following the full consideration of the related goals, objectives and policies of the Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy, I move that Municipal Council give First Reading of their intention to adopt the following amendments to the Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy:

  1. In Part 1 (v)Components – Text and Maps:
  2. In Part II, 1.0  Residential Development:

after the wording “Highway Commercial:  Those areas along Highway #1 that are already developed as mixed commercial/industrial” the following wording “Restricted Business:  Those areas along the south side of Highway #1 not residential in nature” is added;

the wording following “Policy 1.0.7” and preceding title section “2.0 Highway Commercial Development” is deleted and the following wording is added:

“There is an existing school located in the Residential Designation.  This existing institutional type of use will be considered non-conforming.  However, it is the opinion of Council that should things change in the use of the building or property, Council would provide for a variety of development flexibilities to cover such circumstances and that the development agreement process is the best means in which to do so.

Policy 1.0.8

It is the policy of Council to include provisions in the Land Use By-law, applicable to the General Residential (CPR-2) Zone that:

  1. a change in use of the existing institutional nonconforming use of land to another nonconforming use;
  2. a change in the use of the existing institutional nonconforming use in a structure to another nonconforming use;
  3. the extension, enlargement, alteration or reconstruction of the existing institutional nonconforming structure;
  4. the extension of the existing institutional nonconforming use of land;
  5. the extension, enlargement, alteration of structures containing the existing institutional nonconforming use and the permitting of the expansion of the existing nonconforming institutional use into the addition;
  6. the reconstruction of structures containing the existing institutional nonconforming uses after destruction;
  7. the recommencement of the existing institutional nonconforming use of land after it is discontinued for a continuous period in excess of six months; and
  8. the recommencement of the existing institutional nonconforming use in a structure after it is discontinued for a continuous period in excess of six months;
  9. In Part II, 2.0 Highway Commercial:
  10. In Part II, 9.0 Implementation:
  11. In Future Land Use Map (FLUM):

be considered by Development Agreement in accordance with the evaluative criteria set out in Policy 9.3.1.  However, the extension of the legally existing institutional nonconforming use of land shall be limited to the parcel of land the existing institutional nonconforming use of land occupied on the effective date of this Municipal Planning Strategy and its accompanying Land Use By-law.”;

the wording, following title section 2.0 Highway Commercial Development and preceding title section 3.0  Industrial Park Development is deleted and the following wording is added:

“Along the north side of Highway 1 there is an area where a variety of businesses, including a shopping mall and a recreational facility, are located.  This area is essentially a transitional space between the residential area south of Highway 1 and the predominantly industrial area to the north.  To acknowledge its transitional nature Council will designate this area as commercial on the Future Land Use Map and included it in a Highway Commercial Zone.

Policy 2.0.1

It is the policy of Council to designate that transitional area along Hwy 1 in the Cornwallis Park Planning Area as COMMERCIAL on the Future Land Use Map (Map 1) and to include those lands in a Highway Commercial (C-1) Zone in the Cornwallis Park Land Use By-law.

Policy 2.0.2

It is the policy of Council to include the only legally existing residential single unit dwelling on the north side of Highway 1, known as civic number 1141 Highway 1 and identified as Property Identification No. 05205141 as a permitted use in the Highway Commercial (C-1) Zone as well as a wide variety of administrative, business and commercial uses, including, but not limited to, retail stores, video stores, banks and financial institutional uses, government offices, administrative offices, business offices and professional offices, shopping centres and strip malls, research facilities, call centres, data processing centres, garden centres and farm markets, storage and self-storage facilities, service shops, repair shops, auction houses, rent-all shops, artist and craft workshops, domestic and household arts shops, dry cleaning and laundromat establishments, licensed liquor establishments, fitness centres and commercial recreation centres, counseling offices, instruction studios, medical practitioner and veterinary offices and clinics, fraternal centres, commercial and private clubs and schools, commercial entertainment centres, display courts, personal grooming shops, personal service shops and clinics, drive-in or take-out restaurants, taxi and bus stations, gas bars, service stations and motor vehicle sales, service and wash facilities and a limited number of industrial type of uses including artisan workshops, wholesale establishments, warehouse and distribution centres, truck transfer and transport operations and store front recycling centres or establishments, with appropriate standards relating to such uses, including provisions for accessory buildings, parking and signage.

South of Highway 1 there is an existing industrial use that occupies two parcels of land, Property Identification Numbers 05217757 and 05210745, also known as Civic Numbers 231 and 241 Spinnaker Drive.  To acknowledge the pre-existing industrial usage of these two properties, Council will designate these two existing properties as Restricted Business and include them in a Restricted Business Zone with appropriate development restrictions to reflect the proximity of the adjacent residential areas.

Policy 2.0.3

It is the policy of Council to designate the land in the Cornwallis Park Planning Area, south of Highway 1 which are being used for an existing industrial use and not residential, as RESTRICTED BUSINESS on the Future Land Use Map (Map 1) and to include these two properties, Property Identification Numbers 05217757 and 05210745 also known as Civic Numbers 231 and 241 Spinnaker Drive, in a Restricted Business (RB) Zone in the Cornwallis Park Land Use By-law.

Policy 2.0.4

It is the policy of Council to establish a Restricted Business (RB) Zone in the Land Use By-law which would permit a variety of housing, commercial and industrial uses which are not obnoxious in nature or otherwise not compatible with the adjacent residential uses, with appropriate standards relating to such uses, including provisions for accessory buildings and signage and that vehicular access, parking areas, and loading areas be designed so as to minimize any negative visual or traffic impact on adjacent residential uses.”;

In Policy 9.2.1, after the wording “Highway Commercial   C-1” the following wording “Restricted Business    RB” is added.

On the Map “1” the Future Land Use Map, a designation boundary containing the wording “RESTRICTED BUSINESS” is added so as to include two parcels of land, identified as Property Identification Numbers 05217757 and 05210745, also known as Civic Numbers 231 and 241 Spinnaker Drive.

Motion carried unanimously.

  • Cornwallis Park Land Use Bylaw - Amendment

MOTION 140617.04              Cornwallis Park Land Use Bylaw – Amendment

Wilkins Morrison Pursuant to the recommendation of the Planning Advisory Committee and following the full consideration of the related goals, objectives and policies of the Cornwallis Park Municipal Planning Strategy, I move that Municipal Council give First Reading of Council’s intention to adopt the following amendments to the Cornwallis Park Land Use By-law:

  1. In the Table of Contents:

After the wording “Part 16  Environmental Open Space  40” the following wording is added “Part 17  Restricted Business (RB) Zone  41”;

  1. In Part 4.1  ZONES
  2. In Part 6.1DEVELOPMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED BY DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT:
  3. In Part 7.13  ONE MAIN BUILDING ON A LOT:
  4. In Part 7.26 (a) (ii)  ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES:
  5. In Part 7.26 (a) (vii)  ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES:
  6. In Part 7.26 (h)  ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES:
  7. In Part 7.37 (b)  PERMITTED MINI SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  8. In Part 7.37 (c)  PERMITTED MINI SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  9. In Part 7.37 (d)  PERMITTED MINI SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  10. In Part 7.38 (b)  PERMITTED SMALL SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  11. In Part 7.38 (c)  PERMITTED SMALL SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  12. In Part 7.38 (d)  PERMITTED SMALL SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  13. In Part 7.38 (e)  PERMITTED SMALL SCALE WIND TURBINES:
  14. New Part 17:  RESTRICTED BUSINESS (RB) ZONE:
  15. ZONING MAP Schedule “A”:
    1. On the “ZONING MAP  Schedule “A””,the following wording is added to the ZONING CODE LEGEND “RESTRICTED BUSINESS (RB) Zone”;
    2. On the “ZONING MAP  Schedule “A””, a zone boundary containing the wording “RB” is added so as to include two parcels of land, identified as Property Identification Numbers 05217757 and 05210745, also known as Civic Numbers 231 and 241 Spinnaker Drive.

In Part 4.1, after the wording “Highway Commercial   C-1” the following wording “Restricted Business    RB” is added;

the wording, following the subtitle sections “Type of Development    MPS POLICY   LUB Reference” and preceding the title section “Part 7  GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR ALL ZONES” is deleted and the following wording “Expansion/replacement of existing nonconforming institutional uses in the Residential Designation“ is added”;

after the wording “C-1” and preceding “or BD Zones” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “C-1” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “C-1” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “C-1” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “IND-2” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “BD” and preceding “OS” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “BD” and preceding “OS” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “OS” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “C-1” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “C-1” and preceding “or BD Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording “BD” and preceding “or OS Zone” the following wording “, RB” is added;

after the wording in Part 16.2  OS ZONE REQUIREMENTS “NOTE: no lot size minimum applies to lots created for a utility purpose.” and preceding the “ZONING MAP  Schedule ”A”” the following wording is added;

“PART 17:            RESTRICTED BUSINESS (RB) ZONE

RB  USES PERMITTED

17.1The following uses shall be permitted in a Restricted Business (RB) Zone except where these uses are obnoxious in nature or otherwise incompatible with the residential uses or business residential uses in the adjacent Residential (CPR-1) Zone or the residential uses or institutional residential uses in the adjacent General Residential (CPR-2) Zone:

Residential (CPR-1) Zone uses

General Residential (CPR-2) Zone uses

Business Development (BD) Zone uses that are not obnoxious in nature

Highway Commercial (C-1) Zone uses that are not obnoxious in nature

Industrial Park (IND-1) Zone uses that are not obnoxious in nature

RB  ZONE REQUIREMENTS

17.2           No development permit shall be issued in a Restricted Business (RB) Zone unless it is served by central water and sewer and is in conformity with the following requirements:

Minimum Lot                     12.0 m             Minimum Lot              460 sq. m.

Frontage                             (39.4 ft.)          Area                            (4,951.4 sq. ft.)

Minimum Front                  Nil                   Minimum Side            1.2 m.

Yard                                   (0 ft.)               Yard                            (3.93 ft.)

Minimum Rear                    Nil                   Maximum Height of any Building/Structure

Yard                                   (0 ft.)               13 m. (42.6 ft.)

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:    OUTDOOR STORAGE AND DISPLAY

17.3           Where outdoor storage is permitted the outdoor storage area shall be fenced or otherwise screened to minimize visibility from a public street or adjoining property.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:    TRAFFIC IMPACTS

17.4           Vehicular access roads and parking areas shall be designed so as to minimize any negative impact on the residential or business residential uses in the adjacent Residential (CPR-1) Zone or the residential uses, institutional residential uses or the existing institutional nonconforming school use in the adjacent General Residential (CPR-2) Zone.”

Motion carried unanimously.

Re: Committee of the Whole (June 10th)

  • Letters to RCMP Annapolis Detachment, Mayor of Moncton

MOTION 140617.05              Letters to RCMP Annapolis Detachment, Mayor of Moncton

In accordance with the recommendation of Committee of the Whole, Deputy Warden Wilkins moved, seconded by Councillor Fowler, that Municipal Council send letters of condolence and support to the RCMP Annapolis Detachment and to the Mayor of Moncton. Motion carried unanimously.  

  • Community Names & Boundaries and Community Name Signs

MOTION 140617.06              Community Names & Boundaries and Community Name Signs

It was moved by Deputy Warden Wilkins, seconded by Councillor Roberts, in accordance with the recommendation of Committee of the Whole, that Staff be authorized to proceed with the changes to the 911 Civic Addressing Database to resolve inconsistencies with community names and community signage along Highway 10 and send a request to the Department of Transportation & Infrastructure Renewal (TIR) to locate the community name signs consistent with the community boundary locations used for 911 Emergency Response System. Motion carried unanimously.

  • AM-1.2.6 Certificates of Recognition Policy (New)

MOTION 140617.07              AM-1.2.6 Certificates of Recognition Policy (New)

Pursuant to seven day notice having been given, Deputy Warden Wilkins moved, seconded by Councillor LeBlanc, that Municipal Council approve new policy AM-1.2.6 Certificates of Recognition as circulated. Motion carried unanimously.  

  • AM-1.2.0 Council Meetings and Proceedings Policy (housekeeping) –

MOTION 140617.08              AM-1.2.0 Council Meetings and Proceedings Policy (housekeeping)

Pursuant to seven day notice having been given, Deputy Warden Wilkins moved, seconded by Councillor Fowler, that Municipal Council amend AM-1.2.0 Council Meetings and Proceedings Policy as follows:

In Subsection 2.1 change “pursuant to Section 4” to “pursuant to Subsections 2.2 or 2.3”; and

In Subsection 3.5 delete the section and replace with “Council Members wishing to add or delete items from the agenda shall identify them at the time the agenda is approved. Except in a circumstance of urgency or a request for routine information, motions or decision on late additions may be deferred until the next regular meeting:”

In Subsection 3.6 strike “as the council Member who has the floor”

In Subsection 5.4 change “pursuant to Subsections 5.8 and 5.10” to “pursuant to Subsections 5.6 and 5.7

The mover and seconder agreed to an amendment to include deleting Section 2.8Annual Session.

The motion as amended was called and carried unanimously.

  • Valley Waste-Resource Management – Operating and Capital Budgets

MOTION 140617.09               Valley Waste-Resource Management Operating and Capital Budgets

In accordance with the recommendation of Committee of the Whole, it was moved by Deputy Warden Wilkins, seconded by Councillor Heming, that Municipal Council approve the May 14, 2014 draft of the Valley Region Solid Waste-Resource Management Authority operating and capital budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year, in the total amount of $9,847,848 with the Municipality of the County of Annapolis’s share being $1,423,930. Motion carried unanimously.

  • Bridgetown Dissolution Transition Committee

MOTION 140617.10              Bridgetown Dissolution Transition Committee - Alternate

Deputy Warden Wilkins moved, seconded by Councillor McDonald, in accordance with the recommendation of Committee of the Whole, that Councillor Brian “Fuzzy” Connell be named as the Alternate for the Bridgetown Dissolution Transition Committee. Motion carried unanimously.

  • Councillor Appointments to Committees, Boards and Organizations

MOTION 140617.11              Councillor Appointments to Committees, Boards and Organizations

Pursuant to the recommendation of the Nominating Committee, and seven day notice having been given, it was moved by Deputy Warden Wilkins, seconded by Councillor Fowler, that Municipal Council amend Section 37 of the Provisions Regarding the Economic Development Committee, Policy AM-1.3.5 Committees of Council Policy, to read “The Economic Development Committee consists of three council members and the Warden.” Motion carried unanimously.

  • Citizen Appointments to Joint, Regional or Community Organizations – Annapolis County Municipal Housing Corporation

MOTION 140617.12              Citizen Appointments to Joint, Regional or Community Organizations – Annapolis County Municipal Housing Corporation

Deputy Warden Wilkins moved, seconded by Councillor McDonald, pursuant to the recommendation of the Nominating Committee and Committee of the Whole, that a letter be sent to Mr. Neil Cook, CEO/Administrator, Annapolis County Municipal Housing Corporation, to advise that the Nominating Committee will be soliciting interest from citizens wishing to participate on joint, regional or community organizations in September for the December 1, 2014 to November 30, 2016 period, and would accept applications through the Board at that time. Motion carried unanimously.  

  • Department of Energy

MOTION 140617.13              Department of Energy – Councillor Participation

In accordance with the recommendation of Committee of the Whole, it was moved by Deputy Warden Wilkins, seconded by Councillor Habinski, that Councillor Heming be authorized to participate with the Department of Energy as they engage the public to gain feedback on their new ‘tool kit’ as long as there is no financial obligation to the Municipality. Motion carried unanimously.  

Presentation

Re: Annapolis Basin Conference Centre – CEO Beth Earle welcomed everyone to the Annapolis Basin Conference Centre (ABCC).  She gave a brief history of ABCC, how it is a great example of a successful transition of a closed military base (1994). When the base closed in 1994, houses on the south side of Highway 1 were sold, and on the north side some buildings were sold while others were retained for the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre and the Cadet programs. Currently, Cornwallis is home to a ten-year lease with the provincial departments of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Agriculture and Natural Resources.  

Warden Ritchie left the Chair at 11:52 and Deputy Warden Wilkins presided in the Chair.

Ms. Earle provided an overview of the facilities owned and operated by ABCC, and reiterated the importance of the Fundy YMCA on their operation, as well as it being a major draw to the area and to the programs and facilities offered.

Deputy Warden Wilkins thanked Ms. Earle for her presentation.

Correspondence

Re: Property Valuation Services Corporation (June 2nd) – in response to the Warden’s letter dated May 24th, regarding Mr. Ash’s concerns. Councillor Chipman moved, seconded by Councillor Habinski, to receive for information. Motion carried unanimously.

Additions to the Agenda

Re: Repaving Highway 10 – Active Transportation Opportunities – Councillor Chipman noted that it appears as though paving of a section of Highway 10 between the bridge and Howe’s Hill and Orchard Drive is ready to take place. He added that this would be an opportune time to request an active transportation connector (sidewalks, shoulders, etc.). The Director of Engineering & Public Works noted he has had discussions with Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Area Manager Matt Covey regarding the expansion of this current contract, and that Premier McNeil has requested the current paving contract be expanded.

Warden Ritchie resumed the Chair at 11:58

MOTION 140617.14              Repaving on Highway 10 and Active Transportation Opportunities

Councillor Roberts moved, seconded by Councillor Chipman, that staff be authorized to meet with Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal in the very near future to discuss the inclusion of an active transportation connector from the bridge over the Annapolis River on Highway 10 to Howe’s Hill and Orchard Drive, and that Councillor Chipman be invited to the meeting. Motion carried unanimously.

Re: Economic Development and Strategic Planning – The CAO commented that these two targets will be coming together in the fall. The economic development raw data has now been collected and will be arranged in categories to be given back to the public and council. Once Council receives the data, a workshop will be scheduled to determine the next direction. After a workshop, the Economic Development targets will be included in an overall strategic plan, and the County’s strategic initiatives can be presented to the public. The CAO will bring a formal request for Council to approve.

Adjournment

Upon motion of Councillor Heming, seconded by Councillor McDonald, the meeting adjourned at 12:06 p.m. A luncheon was provided by the Annapolis Basin Conference Centre for Councillors and Staff.

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Warden                                                                                   Municipal Clerk

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