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Council Highlights

Council Highlights provide a snapshot of public meetings to help residents, businesses and stakeholders understand the decisions that affect their community.

For the official record of Council Meetings, please refer to the adopted minutes past meetings. 

Regular Council Meeting - September 11, 2017

Adoption of the Minutes 

  • Regular Council Meeting - August 14, 2017

First and second reading of by-laws to be enacted at the next Regular Council Meeting

  • None presented

Third and final reading of by-laws enacted by Council 

  • Amendments to the Traffic, Parking and Use of Streets By-Law. 

Monthly Grant Report

  • $240 donation to the Mayor's Prayer Breakfast on Oct. 20, 2017.
  • $500 sponsorship to the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Nov. 5, 2017.


  • Council approved a new Art Procurement Program. During its 2017 budget deliberations, Council set aside funds to set up an Art Procurement Program that would allow for the purchase of art pieces that will contribute to the appearance of our public buildings and open spaces and help provide education about the importance of arts and culture to our citizens. The program will also serve as a means to publicly promote local talent and contribute to the professional development and economic success of local artists.

Tenders and Requests for Proposals (RFP)

  • Award of Tender 17-08 to Birch Hill Construction in the amount of $68,850+HST for snow and ice control.

Other Business

Council made a resolution to borrow $4.1 million to finance the balance of the cost of the Riverview Operations Centre capital construction project.

Council approved a Service Legal Agreement with 3+ Corporation. The SLA clearly outlines the outcomes and deliverables that the three municipal partners expect for their respective annual financial contributions to 3+.

Council reappointed AC Stevenson & Partners to audit the Town's financial statements for the year ending in 2017.

Council made a resolution to join the City of Dieppe in urging other New Brunswick municipalities to ask the municipal associations of NB and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) that a comprehensive study be conducted by the Federal Government with regards to water fluoridation, including both positive and negative aspects of fluoridation.

Next Meeting 

The next Council meeting will take place on Monday, September 25, 2017 at 7 p.m.

The agenda will be available at on Thursday prior to the meeting. For more information contact [email protected]506-387-2136.