Council Notes from the Regular Council Meeting of Monday, October 1, 2018 | DrumhellerMail
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Council Notes from the Regular Council Meeting of Monday, October 1, 2018



Council Notes

Drumheller Town Council
Regular Council Meeting
Monday, October 1, 2018

Mayor Heather Colberg opened the meeting by proclaiming October 6 to be recognized by the town as World Cerebral Palsy Day.
Mayor Colberg said they received a minister’s award at the recent Alberta Urban Municipality Association meeting for the Dinowalk initiative launched by the town. Councillor Jay Garbutt mentioned the lobbying and focused discussion by council at the meeting was the best he had seen in years.
Council heard a request from Starland County to purchase land within the town of Drumheller. Starland County acquired the CLV Booster Station near Carillion’s shop in North Drumheller. The county wants to rebuild the booster station due to flooding, which in the past has caused costly expenses for the county, above ground and wish to acquire private land adjacent to the booster station. The Municipal Government Act requires the town to approve another municipality to purchase property within their boundaries. Council moved to go in camera. Council made a motion to provide a letter for their support of the county to purchase the land.
Council heard a request for decision to extension on the deadline of the Terms of Reference for Elected Official Remuneration Review Task Force to November 13 from the original date of October 9, due to this deadline not being achievable by the task force. The task force was set up at their August 20 meeting to have a team review the remuneration rates for elected officials in Drumheller.

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