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Proposed Policy Update – Kindness Meters Policy

At the Regular Meeting of Council held January 8, 2018, Council proposed to amend the Kindness Meters Policy. The changes are shown highlighted in the attached proposed policy.

Any member of the public who feels they may be affected by the proposed changes to the City of Dawson Creek’s policy may submit comments regarding these proposed amendments, in writing, to:

Brenda Ginter, Director of Corporate Administration via email: bginter@dawsoncreek.ca or fax 250.782.3203 or drop them off at City Hall at 10105 12A Street no later than 4:30 pm on February 8, 2018.

Kindness Meters Policy Report

Kindness Meters Policy

Regular Meeting of Council Monday, January 8, 2018

A Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, January 8, 2018 and will include:

  • Letter from Doug Findlater, Mayor of West Kelowna, District with West Kelowna (December 13, 2017) re: Letter of Support for Cannabis Tax Sharing.

  • Letter from Alex Scott, Job Coach, Dawson Creek Society for Community Living (December 6, 2017) re: Creation of a “Inclusive Workplace Award”.

  • Ann McCabe & Ken Watson, Northeast BC Crime Stoppers in attendance re: January 2018 Crime Stoppers Month Proclamation.

  • Report No. 18-002 from the Development Service Manager re: Agro Source DP & DVP (2160 Alaska Hwy).

  • Report No. 18-003 from the Director of Corporate Administration re: Policy Update – Kindness Meters.

You can view the full agenda package below:

Regular Meeting of Council Monday, January 8, 2018

17th STREET CLOSURE UPDATE!!

17th street will be closed from January 8th – 11th (4 days)

Northern Civil Energy will be closing 17th street the morning of January 8th to complete the work that began January 4th. This closure will remain in effect until the end of the day January 11th. 

 

17th STREET CLOSURE

Northern Civil Energy will be closing 17th street for 1 day on January 4th as part of a BC Hydro Project.

Proposed New Policy – Commemorative Plaques

At the Regular Meeting of Council held December 18, 2017, Council proposed to amend the Council Remuneration Policy. The changes are shown highlighted in the attached Commemorative Plaques Policy.

Any member of the public who feels they may be affected by the proposed changes to the City of Dawson Creek’s policy may submit comments regarding these proposed amendments, in writing, to:

Brenda Ginter, Director of Corporate Administration via email: bginter@dawsoncreek.ca or fax 250.782.3203 or drop them off at City Hall at 10105 12A Street no later than 4:30 pm on January 21, 2018.