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Council Highlights - November 27, 2023

Council Highlights provide a snapshot of public meetings. For the official record, please refer to the adopted minutes, which are posted once approved at the next month’s Regular Council Meeting. Consult this meeting's agenda to view presentations and files mentioned in the Council Highlights.  


Committee of the Whole Council Meeting – November 27, 2023 


Petitions, Presentations & Delegations

  • Presentation by Reem Fayyad, from the Arab Culture Club, providing an update on the programming, vision, and mission of the Club.

External Reports 

Departmental Reports 

  • All departments shared their reports for October 2023.
  • The new Riverview Alerts System ( will be used to communicate if a parking ban is in place as of December 1, 2023. Overnight parking is now permitted on most town streets except when snow-clearing and ice removal operations are expected or taking place. Notice of overnight parking restrictions will be issued by 4 p.m. on the new dashboard, and residents can sign up to receive e-mail and/or SMS text message notifications when winter parking restrictions are in effect.

Other Business 

  • Grant Report – November 2023 – Council recommended to deny a grant to Breelove Wellness Inc. Council accepted the staff recommendation to award a grant in the amount of $500 for the Ladies Hoop Classic.

Council Statements/Inquiries

  • Councillor Cassista and Deputy Mayor Sarah Murphy provided an update on the Union of the Municipalities of New Brunswick (UMNB) Conference they attended alongside Councillor Gouzoules and Councillor Coughlan from November 25-26, 2023.
  • Riverview received a certificate from the Province of New Brunswick and UNMB to recognize the Town’s 50th Anniversary. 
  • ​Mayor LeBlanc congratulated the Parks, Recreation & Community Relations Department on a successful Mayor’s Light Up event.

Immediately following the Committee of the Whole meeting, a Special Council Meeting was held.

  • Approval of the sale of a parcel of land to MoeMar homes for $250,000 +HST. The Town had acquired three PID’s from the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure which make up the land formerly intended to be the third crossing. One of those three PID’s is being sold to MoeMar.

Next Meeting  

The next Regular Council Meeting will be held on Monday, December 11 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be live-streamed on our website.

Visit to view it and find the agenda available on Thursday prior to the meeting. For more information contact; 506-387-2136.