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The meeting was called to order by Mayor Brian Peterson at 5: Business arising from minutes; CAO Gayton notified council that the cannabis land use bylaw public hearing will be at the next council meeting at 5: It was decided by council that the required insurance for the arena manager would be sufficient at three million liability.
We are awaiting a quote from Atco Electric regarding the Rae Dolemo park light installation. The skate sharpener for the arena arrived last week and an electrician is scheduled to have it installed and ready for operation this week.
Paul Godel arrived at the meeting at 5: Godel has headed a volunteer mission to provide quality, accessible pre-hospital emergency care to the people of Kampala. He spent the month of February in Kampala, with a volunteer group he had organized, to teach a group of 40 local people to be first responders.
As well he has set up a program that provides much needed medical supplies, with as many of these as possible being purchased locally.
Godel will be going back with another volunteer group in February for Phase 2 of his project. The 2-part focus is first, to give advanced training to bring local first responders to a Canadian EMR level, and second to provide basic training to more local individuals.
All volunteers pay their own way and donate their time and expertise. His goal is to raise enough funds to buy, stock and staff an ambulance, with a complete emergency station, and he would like to accomplish this by Godel has set up a website canadaugandaemssociety.
Godel left the meeting at 6: Greg Longson joined the meeting at 6: Public works has been working on the lagoon, maintenance and repair of equipment. The electrical control box at the lift station needs to be upgraded and Mr. Longson has inquired if a grant would be available to do so.
He would also like to buy a street sweeper attachment for the skid steer for the Village sidewalks.
Longson discussed with council the program that will be bringing a bus route from Grande Prairie to the Village, the practical places to have a bus stop, and the materials needed to supply one.
Each stop will need a sign, cement pad, bench, garbage bin, and shelter. Longson also addressed a proper strategy for snow plowing this winter, as well as implementing proper bylaws for dangerous goods and truck weight limits within the Village.
Longson left the meeting at 6: Councilor Miller attended a meeting with the Public Library, and noted that there are a lot of internal changes happening at the moment. She will be attending the Peace Regional Library board meetings every three months.
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