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Here are the highlights from the City Council meeting on January 28, 2019:
A delegation from Aquatera presented on their business plan and bylaw/rate updates.
A delegation presented from the Grande Prairie Storm.
Bylaw C-1372- Bear Creek North Area Structure Plan and Bylaw C-1237N- Municipal Development Plan Amendment
Council adopted the Bear Creek North Area Structure Plan and an amendment to the Municipal Development Plan.
The draft ASP establishes the land use and road network patterns for future development to take advantage of the construction of Hwy 43. The draft ASP respects the existing agricultural, country residential and recreational uses and lays the foundation for their integration into the envisioned future land uses.
Requested Variance to Policy #401
Council approved the requested variance to Policy #401 and permit, if successfully elected, the Employee to initiate the requested leave of absence.
Swan City Hockey Association (o/a Grande Prairie Storm) Funding Request
Council approved the following support package for the Grande Prairie Storm:
Utility Bylaw C-1365A Rate Amendments
Council approved a rate amendment to the Utility Bylaw. City residential recycling charges and garbage collection charges will decline by 6.5% in 2019 with no solid waste rate changes identified in 2020. Customers connected to the Grande Prairie system will see their wastewater rates increase marginally over the next two years by 2.5%.
City of Calgary Request for Support- Extended Producer Responsibility
Council directed Administration to co-operate with other stakeholders across the province, including other municipalities, AUMA and Aquatera, to develop a baseline that can inform the design of a provincial Extended Producer Responsibility program.
A research report on the benefits, challenges and risks of an EPR program and the current recycling systems and supply chains across the province will be brought forward to the Infrastructure and Protective Services Committee no later than October 2019.
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