RM OF SHELL RIVER
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Council meets every second and fourth Tuesday of each month in the Shell River Office Council Chambers, 213 - 2nd Avenue NW, Roblin. Meetings start at 1:30 PM for November to April and at 7:30 AM for May to October. The time changes are to accommodate council members during busy farm seasons (i.e. seeding, haying, harvest). Our latest set of minutes are shown below. If you see anything in them that you would like to comment on, please email us at shellrvr@mts.net. We keep one years minutes on the website. If you need to look for anything further back than that, please stop by the office and we'll be happy to let you look through the minute books.

RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF SHELL RIVER

                                                                                         

Minutes of the regular meeting of Council of the RM of Shell River held Tuesday,

June 12, 2012 in the Council Chambers of the municipal office.

 

PRESENT:  Reeve – Albert Nabe

                   Councillors - Louise Smigelsky, Doug Cranwell, Joe Senderewich, Jack Lenderbeck, Craig Mohr

Chief Administrative Officer – Dione Cherneski

 

CALL TO ORDER:  Meeting called to order at 7:30 AM.

 

ADOPTION OF AGENDA:

 

#247-12 Mohr/Lenderbeck: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the agenda for the regular meeting of June 12, 2012 be adopted as amended by: Adding: BOARDS & COMMISSIONS: AMM (c) Response Letter re: Resolutions 50-2011 and 51-2011; 3.Economic Development; (d) ; Finances; 5. S.A.V.E.D.; (b) Lake Manitoba/Lake St. Martin Regulation Review Committee;    (c) Shellmouth Info – June 6/12; (d) June 8 MB Media Bulletin: Province Advises Potential Flooding of Low-lying Ag Lands Along the Upper Assiniboine River; 8. Parkland Tourism (a) ; Interim Progress Report; 10. Lake of the Prairies Conservation District (a) May 24 Managers Report; 2012-13  Levy and 1st Quarterly Levy Requested; COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL: NEW BUSINESS: 7. Ash Industries Bees/SW 27-28-29; CORRESPONDENCE: 1. PRHA - Winnipegosis to Receive Telehealth; 12. MGRA Newsletter June 2012; Deleting:  NEW BUSINESS: 5. Agreement for Payment of Property Tax Arrears (duplication of #4).    Carried 6/0

 

MINUTES:

 

#248-12 Senderewich/Cranwell:  BE IT RESOLVED THAT the minutes of the regular meeting held May 22, 2012 be adopted as presented.                             Carried 6/0

 

DELEGATION:

FINANCES:

Accounts Payable

Unaudited Financial Statement to May 31, 2012

#249-12 Lenderbeck/Cranwell: WHEREAS the Finance Committee has reviewed the list of accounts; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the accounts are approved for payment in the amount of $74,447.07, cheques #15878 to #15942.

                                                                                                    Carried 6/0

 

IN CAMERA:

1.          Legal Matters

2.          A Matter in Preliminary Stages

Councillor Cranwell requested requested a recorded vote on the following question.

 

#250-12 Senderewich/Mohr: BE IT RESOLVED THAT we resolve into “Committee of the Whole” under the authority of Section 152 (3) (b) (iii) and (iv) of The Municipal Act time being 7:35 AM; FURTHERMORE THAT all items discussed are confidential.

 

FOR

AGAINST

ABSTAINED

ABSENT

Reeve Albert Nabe

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Councillor Louise Smigelsky

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Councillor Doug Cranwell

 

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Councillor Joseph Senderewich

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Councillor Jack Lenderbeck

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Councillor Craig Mohr

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                                                                                                    Carried 5/1

 

#251-12 Senderewich/Mohr: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council resumes the former order of business, time being 7:56 AM.                                           Carried 6/0

 

7:56 AM: Dennis Beck/Transportation Report

 

 

 

Cranwell requested a recorded vote on the following question.

 

#252-12 Smigelsky/Mohr: BE IT RESOLVED THAT we resolve into “Committee of the Whole” under the authority of Section 152 (3) (b) (iii) and (iv) of The Municipal Act time being 8:17 AM; FURTHERMORE THAT all items discussed are confidential.

 

FOR

AGAINST

ABSTAINED

ABSENT

Reeve Albert Nabe

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Councillor Louise Smigelsky

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Councillor Doug Cranwell

 

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Councillor Joseph Senderewich

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Councillor Jack Lenderbeck

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Councillor Craig Mohr

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                                                                                                    Carried 5/1

 

#253-12 Cranwell/Smigelsky: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council resumes the former order of business, time being 8:34 AM.                                           Carried 6/0

 

REPORTS:

Boards & Commissions:

1.   AMM

      (a)   May 29 News Bulletin

      (b)   2012 Parkland June District Resolutions

      (c)   Response Letter re Resolutions 50-2011 and 51-2011

2.   Roblin Planning District

(a)  Conditional Approval to Subdivide Pt. W ½ 5-26-29W (Ricker & MRH) 

3.   Economic Development

      (a)  Bug Chucker Cup May 2 and May 23 Minutes and Finances 

      (b)  Report on May 31 CDC Meeting; Report on May 31 EDC Meeting

      (c)  Take the Leap 4/Request for Letter of Support

      (d)  Parks Route Meeting held June 7 @ Ste. Rose; Finances

4.   Recreation Commission

      (a)  Report on Jack Harper Session

      (b)  May 1 Minutes; Rec Director April Report; Comparative Income Statement

      (c)  Report on June 4 Meeting; June 4 Minutes; Rec Director June Report; June 4

            Facility Manager Report; Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest Policies

5.    S.A.V.E.D.

(a)  Hansard Oral Questions/May 24 re: Lake of the Prairies Water Levels and Shellmouth Dam Reservoir Capacity Level

(b)  Lake Manitoba/Lake St. Martin Regulation Review Committee

(c)  Shellmouth Info – June 6/12

(d)  June 8 MB Media Bulletin: Province Advises Potential Flooding of Low-lying Ag Lands Along the Upper Assiniboine River

6.    Chamber of Commerce

      (a)  April 11 and May 9 Minutes

      (b)  Community Wide Volunteer Data Base

7.    Roblin & District Clinic Board Inc.

      (a)  Report on May 17 Meeting with Doctors

8.    Parkland Tourism

      (a)  Report on May 31 AGM; Interim Progress Report

9.    Parkland Regional Library

      (a)  Dec.31 Audited Financial Statements

10.  Lake of the Prairies Conservation District

      (a)  May 24 Managers Report; 2012-13  Levy and 1st Quarterly Levy Requested

 

#254-12 Mohr/Smigelsky: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council of the RM of Shell River support “Take the Leap – Manitoba’s Rural Entrepreneurship Conference 2012” grant application to the Parkland Regional Development Corporation.         Carried 6/0

 

#255-12 Smigelsky/Cranwell: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Jack Lenderbeck and Craig Mohr’s attendance at a Parks Route meeting held June 7, 2012 in Ste. Rose be approved; AND FURTHER THAT expenses for same be allowed.    Carried 6/0

 

#256-12 Cranwell/Senderewich: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Parkland Regional Library’s December 31, 2011 Audited Financial Statements as prepared by Zapliny & Zamrykut be accepted as presented.                                          Carried 6/0

#257-12 Smigelsky/Senderewich: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Lake of the Prairies Conservation District 2012-2013 levy in the amount of $18,656.00 be accepted; AND FURTHER THAT payment be approved for the 1st quarter in the amount of $4,664.00.

                                                                                                    Carried 6/0

 

Committees of Council:

1.  Legislative and Finance

     (a)   Main Market and 50/50 Roads – Option from MIT

     (b)   Main Market Summary/Questions/Info Sheet

     (c)    Stuart Briese/Various Debate Information

2.  Public Works and Equipment

     (a)   7:45 AM – Dennis Beck/Transportation Update

     (b)   Manitoba Hydro Electric Service Agreement for SE 10-26-28 W - TABLED

     (c)    B.Elder Farms/Gravel Pit Agreement - TABLED

     (d)   Green Team Position

3.  Personnel & Policy

     (a)   CAO and Administrative Assistant Employment Agreements and Job

             Descriptions - TABLED

     (b)   MEPP Contribution Rate Increases     

4.  Weed Control

     (a)   Public Consultation/Proposed Changes for The Noxious Weeds Act

5.  Emergency Measures

     (a)   June 14 Meeting POSTPONED until Sept.13 @ 7:00 PM

 

BY-LAWS: N/A

By-Law No.6-12      To rename a road on Plan 2715 and 51858 (1st & 2nd Readings)

#258-12 Smigelsky/Cranwell: BE IT RESOLVED THAT By-Law No. 6-12 being a by-law of the RM of Shell River to rename a road on plans registered with land titles office be read a first time.                                                                        Carried 6/0

 

#259-12 Lenderbeck/Mohr: BE IT RESOLVED THAT By-Law No. 6-12 be read a second time.                                                                                 Carried 6/0

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 

1.  Heritage Grants Application/Follow up Session – location change – May 25 @ Elkhorn

2.  Municipal Office Roof Repair

3.  Response from MB NetSet re Lights on Towers

4.  Fence on Road Allowance at NE 32-25-29 (Becker) - TABLED

 

#260-12 Mohr/Senderewich: WHEREAS Resolution No. 241-12 dated May 22, 2012 authorized Dione Cherneski to attend the follow-up session to the Basic Grant Writing Workshop on Friday, May 25 in Dauphin; AND WHEREAS the location was changed from Dauphin to Elkhorn; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT expenses to Elkhorn be allowed.                                                                                  Carried 6/0

 

NEW BUSINESS:

1.  Tax Cancellations

2.  Zelena Church Cairn Project

3.  MIT/Intercity Bus Stakeholder Information Sessions

4.  Agreement for Payment of Tax Arrears

5.  Invitation to LEARN’s 25th Anniversary Open House – June 16 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

6.  Ash Industries Bees/SW 27-28-29

 

#261-12 Mohr/Lenderbeck: WHEREAS Section 300(6) of The Municipal Act allows a municipality to cancel or reduce taxes in respect of a property; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Council of the RM of Shell River deems it in the best interest of the municipality to reduce the following:

Roll #39300        Shell River’s Share (1/2)              $100.88 Industrial Park (16.56 A)

Roll #57700        S. Tucker (Cromarty Hall)            $132.51 Community Hall

Roll #85600        Catholic Parish of St. Michael’s    $141.93 Community Hall

Roll #229800      San Clara Curling Club                $22.83 playground area

                                                                                                    Carried 6/0

#262-12 Smigelsky/Senderewich: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the proposal from Sneath-Strilchuk Funeral Services/Joe Coffey in the amount of $7250.00 plus taxes be accepted for the construction of a cairn at the site of The Exaltation of the Holy Cross Church at Zelena.                                                                          Carried 6/0

 

#263-12 Smigelsky/Mohr: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Reeve and CAO be authorized to sign tax sale payment agreements on behalf of the RM of Shell River in 2012 (for the years 2010 and 2011).                                                               Carried 6/0

 

COMMUNICATIONS/CORRESPONDENCE:

From                                                                                        Subject

1.   PRHA                                                        - Parkland Flood Recovery Team / Now in Service

                                                                        - Report to Communities Newsletter: May 2012

                                                                           (final edition)

                                                                        - Western RHA News Release, New CEO

                                                                           Announced

                                                                        - Penny Gilson, CEO

                                                                        - Winnipegosis to Receive Telehealth

2.   FCM                                                          - News Week of May 21

                                                                        - Member Alert: State of Canada’s Cities and

                                                                        Communities

                                                                        - The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal Program

3.   All-Net Meetings                                        RMs of Headingley and Rockwood Go Paperless

4.   MLG, Assessment Services                      Appoint. of District Supervisor, Dauphin District –

                                                                        Shirley Bomak

5.   Tree Canada                                             CN’s EcoConnexions From the Ground Up Program

6.   MVSD                                                        May 28 News Digest

7.   CUPE Manitoba                                        CETA Survey

8.   Rec. & Regional Services – Parkland       June 2012 E-newsletter

9.   North Parkland Growing Opportunities     June 2012 Bulletin     

10. CACTUS                                                   CBC/Shut off of free over-the-air TV service

11. Manitoba Hydro                                         Insights May 2012

12. MGRA Newsletter                                     June 2012

 

NOTICE OF MOTION:

COUNCILLORS & CAO PRIVILEGES:

·       Date for Jennifer Neuhofer’s Supper?

 

ADJOURN:

#264-12 Mohr/Lenderbeck: BE IT RESOLVED THAT we hereby adjourn at 11:18 AM, with the next regular meeting to be held June 26, 2012 at 7:30 AM.    Carried 6/0

 

Coming Events:    

June 1–18 – Employee Holidays (MH)

June 13 – Chamber Meeting @ 1:00 PM Down Town Diner

June 15? – Environmental Health Committee Meeting/Roblin WDS

June 19 – Meeting with Conservation (Time and Location TBA)

June 20? – Clinic Board Meeting

June 21 – SAVED Meeting

June 21 – Planning Meeting

June 22 – 2012 MGRA Annual Judging Competition Nomination Deadline

June 26 – Council Meeting @ 7:30 AM