Town releases closed resolutions

Town releases closed resolutions


The Town of Oliver has released a number of resolutions that were previously under wraps as part of in-camera meetings.
Closed resolutions made for the period of June to November of 2012 include:
– That once received, the $20,000 settlement payment from Casa Rio Developments Ltd. be allocated to complete landscape restoration on Town property south of Casa Rio.
– That council authorize Dugal Smith to undertake the compensation review for the building inspector position and management positions at a cost of $3,000.
– That the mayor and municipal manager arrange a meeting with Paul Dumoret to inquire if he would be interested in taking on the role of airport manager.
– That council direct a letter be prepared to request Structurlam to consider having a qualified acoustical consultant assess noise levels and mitigation measures regarding invasive sound from the facility’s wood chipper and hopper.
– That the mayor issue a media statement regarding the Town’s operations (core) review. This statement would outline that Oliver is a well-managed municipality with low costs and low staffing, and that Oliver is the lowest cost municipality of seven communities that were surveyed. In addition, council intends to implement 22 of the 47 recommendations in the report.


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