Agendas

TOWN OF HAMPTON COUNCIL AGENDA – JUNE 12, 2018

Hampton Town Hall, 648 Main Street

 

  1. 1.      Closed Session – 6:00 pm

 

  1. 2.      Open Regular Session – 7:00 pm

 

  1. 3.      Silent Moment of Reflection

 

  1. 4.      Approval of Agenda

 

  1. 5.      Disclosure of Conflict of Interest

 

  1. 6.      Delegations and Public Hearings (a) RCMP (b) Kings County Museum

 

 

  1. 7.      Adoption of Minutes – May 8, 2018 Regular Council Meeting

 

  1. 8.      Business Arising from Minutes

 

  1. 9.      Correspondence

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NAME

DESCRIPTON

18-031

Tiffany Edwards, CN

Notice – CN Right-of-Way Vegetation Control

18-032

Bill Campbell

Would like cats included in animal control enforcement

18-033

Hon. Andrew Harvey, Minister of Environment and Local Government

Federal Gas Tax Program’s 2018 allocation.

18-034

Allison Manthorne,  Bird Studies Canada

Thank you for support and participation in Chimney Swifts Study

18-035

Alaina Lockhart, MP, Fundy Royal

Information on the New Horizons for Seniors Programs.

18-036

David G. Keirstead, Robb Court, Hampton

Copy of a letter to Hampton Herald re:  concerns that drivers are ignoring road markings coming into Hampton.

18-037

Larry Veniot.

Thank you for assistance in removing sandbags after recent flooding.

18-038

Nicolas Doucet, , MS Society of Canada, Atlantic Division

Letter regarding the 14th annual RONA- MS Bike Tour 2018.

18-038

Dave Thompson, P.Eng

Acting District Engineer

Copy of Letter regarding the 14th annual RONA- MS Bike Tour 2018.

18-040

Dawn O’Dell, Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick

Thank you for contribution to the 28th Curl for Mental Health.

18-041

Hon. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau, ONB

Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick

Invitation for Mayor and Council attend a reception for New Brunswick’s Everyday Heroes of the Flood of 2018

18-042

Barb Sherwood and Family

Thank you for expression of sympathy in death of John Sherwood.

18-043

Office of the Fire Marshall

Stakeholder Engagement Summary Report on New Brunswick’s Fire Service, as well as dates of regional town-hall engagement sessions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10      Approval of Accounts

11      Reports from Committees of Council:

11.1     Fire-Rescue

11.2     Economic Development and Tourism

11.3     Tourism Subcommittee

11.4     Health Care

11.5     Planning Advisory

 

                                                                       

12    Approval of Reports:

12.1     Building Permit

12.2     Dog Constable Report

12.3     Communications Report

12.4     Financial Statements

 

13     Reading of By-laws: Third and Final Reading – By-law No. 210-18

 

 

14    New Business

  • Tender – Main Street
  • Tender – Storm Sewer Separation
  • SCADA System Contract

 

 

15                Outstanding Issues

16                Adjournment