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Population from Census 2015 - 68,556
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Council Committee of the Whole conducted budget review meetings from Nov. 15-17 where administration presented several recommended adjustments to the 2018 Operating and Capital budgets.
Cash & Temporary Investments at the close of 2017 are lower than at the close of 2016 by $5.9 million. This is the result $1.6 million more in Investments and a $3.9 million collective reduction in payables. The latter is mainly a result of scheduled debt repayments.
The Consolidated Statement of Financial Position demonstrates the following characteristics:
Council awarded Tender T-02-552-18 to Wapiti Gravel Suppliers Ltd., for $2,714,399.78 exclusive of GST, as the lowest, qualified bidder meeting the City specifications.
Council awarded Tender T-14-552-18 to Knelsen Sand and Gravel Ltd., for $2,201,577.50 exclusive of GST, as the lowest, qualified bidder meeting the City’s specifications.
Council awarded tender T-07-552-18 to Reco Construction (2010) Ltd., for $656,219.24 exclusive of GST, as the lowest, qualified bidder meeting the City’s specifications.
Council passed Bylaw C-1323B, an amendment to the Subdivision Authority Bylaw and adopted Subdivision Time Extension Policy 620.
The change to the approval process allows for more timely approvals. Recirculating the approval and setting out evaluation criteria allows the City to assess the risk in approving or refusing time extensions. The Subdivision Authority Officer, in consultation with the City Solicitor, drafted a Time Extension Policy that allows for the evaluation of subdivision time extension requests and for timely approvals.
The Subdivision Bylaw was further amended to reflect a change from Community Safety Committee to Infrastructure & Protective Services Committee, resulting in the rescinding of Bylaw C-1323A and recommendation to establish Bylaw C-1323B.
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