Resolutions of Council

September 6, 2022 - Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council adopt the agenda as presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Receive the Awards and Proclamations for information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley
Motion that Council Accept the July 26, 2022 Special Meeting Minutes, July 12, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes and July 5, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes as Amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Accept the Amendments to the April 5, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes and May 10, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes with amendments as Amended
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Accept the Amendments to the
January 3, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes,
January 11, 2022 Special Council Meeting Minutes,
January 11, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting Minutes,
January 18, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes,
February 1, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes,
February 8, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting Minutes,
February 8, Special Meeting Minutes,
February 15, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes,
March 1, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes,
March 8, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting Minutes,
March 15, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes,
March 29, 2022 Special Budget Meeting Minutes,
April 12, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting Minutes,
April 19, 2022, Regular Council Meeting Minutes, And
May 3, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes
As Amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Accept the Minutes from the Human Services Advisory Board for
March 16, 2022
February 16, 2022
May 16, 2022 and
June 15, 2022
as presented, for information
6-0-1
CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
None
ABSTAINED
Councillor Shannon Dean

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to open the Public Hearing for Stage 1 J1 Proposed Clearwater Park West Outline Plan and K1 Bylaws Proposed Clearwater Park west Outline Plan Land Use Bylaw 2nd and 3rd Reading at this time 9:32 a.m. September 6, 2022
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that The Public Hearing is Adjourned at this time 10:35 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion to Table the Proposed Clearwater Park West Stage 1 Outline Plan Land Use Bylaw Amendment and Bylaw 2nd and 3rd reading.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council amends the City of Chestermere Utility Master Plan 2017 where applicable with the Utility Master Plan Amendment date January 22, 2021
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Lift from the Table the Purposed Clearwater Park West Stage 1 Outline Plan, Land Use Bylaw Amendment and Bylaw 2nd and 3rd Reading
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council amend Bylaw 021-22 by replacing Schedule B of the Bylaw given first reading with Exhibit A.1 – Post 1st Reading – Proposed Clearwater Park West Outline Plan.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that Council give second reading to Bylaw 021-22, as amended, being a
bylaw to:
a. adopt the Clearwater Park West Outline Plan; and
b. amend the Land Use Map of the Land Use Bylaw (022-10, as amended) in
accordance with the map on Schedule A of Bylaw 021-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that Council give third reading to Bylaw 021-22, as amended, being a
bylaw to:
a. adopt the Clearwater Park West Outline Plan; and
b. amend the Land Use Map of the Land Use Bylaw (022-10, as amended) in
accordance with the map on Schedule A of Bylaw 021-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the Fire Level of Service Presentation as Information
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council Accept the East Acreages Survey Results as Information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Accept the Update regarding the Traffic Assessment of Rainbow Road and Allow Navi Kaur to Continue to provide any further Updates to Council by Email.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council give instruction to Jerry Gautreau to pursue further investigation on Busing for Chestermere.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council Accept the Presentation as information
CARRIED
6-1
IN-FAVOUR
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal Watt
Councillor Stephen Haney
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
OPPOSED
Mayor Jeff Colvin

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council Direct Administration set up a workshop for Council, in late September, early October 2022 for planning the next stages of Councils 2021-2025 Strategic Plan
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Accept the Webster Lands - Projects Over 3 Million Dollars Update for Information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council have Administration bring back another update on the Webster Lands - Projects over 3 Million Dollars, to Council on or before November 1, 2022 Regular Council Meeting
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council Accept the Mortgage Review - Projects Over 3 Million Dollars Update for Information
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion to come back to council with an Update November 1, 2022
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the Surety Bonds Policy Consideration for Information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Accept the recommendations for the HSAB Funding allocations as presented
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council go in camera at 3:22 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that council come out of In-Camera at this time 4:51 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council approves the expenditure proposed by Administration during the Sept 6th Council Meeting and the funds be withdrawn from the restricted surplus account.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council adjourn the meeting at 4:51 p.m.

Unanimous

July 26, 2022 Special Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion to amend the Agenda as presented to include discussion about foxtail around the storm pond as item 5 in New Business
5-1
DEFEATED
IN-FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
OPPOSED
Councillor Shannon Dean

Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the Agenda as Presented
4-2
CARRIED
IN-FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Adopt the May 17, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes as Presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Adopt the June 28, 2022 Special Council Meeting Minutes as Presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Adopt the July 19, 2022 Regular Council Meeting Minutes as Presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Accept the Presentation and Proceed with the Acquisition of this Equipment with the reallocation of funds from Councils Priority Projects under the Capitol Budget Plan 2022 from Item number 6A
5-1
CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
 Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
OPPOSED
Councillor Shannon Dean

Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion to accept the presentation as information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion to go In-Camera at this time. 9:51a.m. Freedom of Information and Protection Act - section 17
Due to Technical difficulties the motion was restated.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion to come out of In-Camera at this time. 10:24a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Directs Administration to Hire a 3rd Party Expert to assist in the investigation into the irregularities related to severance packages distributed and report back to council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Council Authorizes Admiration to draw funding from existing Budget Betterments. If sufficient funds are not available, up to 50k can be taken from Restricted Surplus Accounts. And if that proves to be insufficient, then return to Council Additional Authorizations.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Authorize Administration to Commence with the Maganzer Drive, Township 2442 1A and Sandpiper Lane Pedestrian Lanes and Crossings as Presented, with funds to be reallocated from Special Council Priorities Capitol Budget Projects 6A.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Authorize Administration to begin the Public Engagement Process in Relation to the East Side No Parking Recommendations and the Creation of Pedestrian Walk Way, with special attention to the Yacht Club and any other Special Interest Groups in addition to the public. Funding also to be provided from existing Capitol Budget item 6A of the Council Special Priorities.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion to accept the presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Direct Administration to Investigate, and review existing regulations and other municipalities possible Bylaws and enforcement techniques involving golf balls leaving the golf course in your municipality, to ensure public safety and report back their findings to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Direct Administration to review reporting of special interest information flows, by City led and other Community led Committees and make recommendations, to improve the communication of disclosure of these Committees efforts, to the general public, and reporting back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Direct that Administration review the terms of reference for the Welcoming and Inclusion Committee and bring back to Council a presentation on the difference between Staff Committee or Council Committee, with the possibility of there being a name change or any further recommendations to help support diversity and inclusion within the City of Chestermere
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council Instruct Administration to look into the possibility of a paved pathway to Langdon along the SW Canal with the Rocky View County.
Councillor Stephen Hanley offer A Friendly- SE to replace SW
Councillor Blaine Funk Accepted.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Direct Administration to conduct a review of lights at various parks and walkways throughout the Community, for consideration in 2023 budget deliberations and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion Council Direct Administration to work in collaboration the Rocky View/Chestermere Agricultural Society and Rocky View County on the Establishment of Rodeo Grounds within the City of Chestermere or within close proximity to the City of Chestermere, and report back to council by year end.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council go for lunch and go In-Camera at 12:21 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that we come out of In-Camera at this time 5:41p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council Direct Administration to obtain legal advice and opinion on a roll the City can play in facilitating any discussions with all parties involved with golf course.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
As Per Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Part 1 Division 2 Section 17 - Confidential Personal Matter- Council would like to Direct Administration to hire a 3rd party investigator regarding Facebook posting by Councillor Ritesh Narayan.

5-1 CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
As Per Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Part 1, Division 2, Section 17 - Confidential Personal Matter - Council Directs Administration to Hire a 3rd Party Investigator to look into the Anchor Article that was released on March 29, 2022 by Councillor Ritesh Narayan, Councillor Shannon Dean and Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt.
5-1 CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Mel Foat
OPPOSED
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
As Per Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Part 1 Division 2 Section 17, Confidential Personal Matter- Council Directs Administration to Hire a 3rd Party investigator to review the Documentation that was released by Councillor Ritesh Narayan, Councillor Shannon Dean and Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt.
5-1 CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Table the Action List until the Next Scheduled Council Meeting
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That we Adjourn the meeting at this time 5:49p.m.

Unanimous

July 12, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

  Vote
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Adopt the Agenda as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion to Accept the Community Information Update as information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Accept the report on the Water Meter Investigation as information.
Unanimous
220712-04
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion That Council Direct Administration to come back to Council September 6, 2022 with a recommendation on what level of detail should be provided to the public of the breakdown of the 2022 budget.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council accept the Presentation from Ann as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Direct Administration to Move the suggested items from the Economic Development Budget to the Strategic Advisory Group.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that we Amend the Agenda to add an in-camera item for the appointment of the Lake and Watershed Committee Members under Freedom of Information and Protection Act Section 17.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that we go in-camera at this time. 10:19a.m.
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat joined the meeting at 10:29a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion to come out of In-Camera at this time. 10:38a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that we modify Bylaw 003-20 schedule 5 to change the terms of references from minimum 5 maximum 10, to minimum of 3 members of the city to a maximum of 10 and 2 council members.
Mayor Jeff Colvin offered a friendly
Residents instead of members of the City.
Councillor Funk Accepted the Friendly.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council Accept the following nominations to the Lake and Watershed Advisory Committee; Residents from Chestermere, Sonya Leduc as Vice Chair, Aaron Mason and David Jackson. The following member appointment is a non-resident – Sarah Nelson. Council Members included will be; Deputy Mayor Mel Foat and Councillor Blaine Funk as Chair. And Carly Davis as City Liaison.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Direct Administration to do a review of all committees and publish on our website all committees that have open positions so that members from the public may apply to be on those committees
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion to Accept City Director Camron Wong’s Presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Direct Administration to bring back 3rd reading of bylaw 004-22 for Council Meeting July 19, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that we go in-camera at this time. 11:06a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion that we come out of in-camera at this time. 1:50p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Directs Administration to continue research efforts, search for development agreements and authorize Staff and the Mayor to meet with the Landowner to discuss available options/solutions.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that Staff, through Community Operations, look for the motion council had made in relation to procedures to follow for motion 21-524.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Directs Administration to reach out to other similar municipalities to research how they got similar bylaws in this regard, approved and report back to council no later than September 20, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion to look into the costs of digital speed signs and the digital speed sign cameras and report back to council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Council Directs Administration to report back to Council the updated policy from the Province in regards to the use of the speed cameras within municipalities.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat
Motion to Adjourn the meeting at this time. 3:54p.m.
Unanimous

July 5, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion to adopt the Agenda as presented
Unanimous
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to Accept the Rainbow Road Twinning and Northwest Stormwater Truck – Mitigating Emergent Cost Increase as Information.
Unanimous
Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion to lift Bylaw 018-22 from the Table
Unanimous
Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council Retable Bylaw 018-22 Sine Die.
Unanimous
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council Lift Bylaw 012-22 from the Table
Unanimous
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council Rescind Bylaw 012-22 being bylaw to Amend Chelsea Outline Plan Land Use Bylaw regarding the Lands within the development of Chelsea Neighborhood.
Councillor Stephen Hanley Offered a Friendly
Rescind the First Reading of 012-22 as that is all that was given
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat Accepted the Friendly
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council Give First Reading to Bylaw 019-22, being the proposed minor amendments to the Land Use Bylaw for Lands in Dawson’s Landing
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council Schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 019-22 to take place on July 19, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council give First Reading to Bylaw 020-22, being the proposed minor amendments to the Land Use Bylaw for lands in Dawson’s Landing.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 019-22 to take place on July 19, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion to accept that Council receive this as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that the information on Gibbs Gage feasibility Review be sent to Council by email as soon as possible.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council nominates and authorizes Councillor Shannon Dean to be the Chair of the Minor Sports Task Force for the term of one year.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Councillor Shannon Dean initiate the kick off meeting by September 9, 2022 and obtain feedback on the terms of reference and recreational alternative sites and report back to Council prior to the end of September 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Minor Sports Task Force be given the permission and ability to look at feasibility studies in regards to recreational facilities in the City of Chestermere and provide feedback to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Council Amends Motion 21-406. That Priority be given to the High School Site Subdivision
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley
Council Directs Administration to Prioritize the Former Civic Center Site Subdivision
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that all of Council be put on the Steering Committee for the Subdivision of the Civic and High School Sites.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council amend Resolution 21-469. That Administration Review the Development and Land Use Options of the East Acreages and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Administration Review the Development and Land Use Options of the North Acreages and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Administration Review the Development and Land Use Options of the Paradise Meadows and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Direct Administration to schedule a Strategic Planning Meeting with North Acreages Land owners on November 2, 2022 and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Direct Administration to schedule a Strategic Planning Meeting with Paradise Meadows Land owners on November 3, 2022 and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Council Directs Administration to connect the interested members of East Acreages with one another to support their development aspirations.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion to add a spot analysis of Marina drive and down town and pending the outcome, schedule a workshop with Council to present options.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Amend Motion 22-210 to read Council Directs Administration to look into Funding that is provided and Allocated to the twinning of Rainbow Road.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Council Directs Administration to look into Funding that is provided and Allocated to the twinning of Chestermere Blvd.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that our Grant Writer give us an update Quarterly with the first one happening on September 20, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Direct the Mayor working with Administration to provide a letter to Rocky View County and Alberta Transportation in regards to Acceleration and Deceleration lanes along Glenmore Trail at Rainbow Road.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat
Motion that we adjourn the meeting at this time 5:31p.m.
Unanimous

May 10, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council adopt the agenda for the May 17, 2022 regular Council meeting with the following amendments:
-add New Business Item 1. Boat Launch Fees
-add In Camera Item 1. CRCA Negotiations: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Part 1, Division 2, Section 17- Disclosure Harmful to Intergovernmental Relations
-add In Camera Item 2. Staff Matter: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Part 1, Division 2, Section 17- Disclosure Harmful to Personal Privacy
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council approve the minutes from the May 3, 2022 Regular Council meeting as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council adopt the following updated Minutes as amended:
-March 29 Special Council meeting
-April 5 Council meeting
-April 12 Committee of the Whole meeting
-April 19 Council meeting
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council Re-Direct Administration to Review and Prepare the information for the Financial Statements for the CUI Utility Dissolution and Advise Council by May 17, 2022 how long it will take to complete that task so a Public Hearing can be scheduled 30 days afterwards.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council approve the Action List as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council accept the Resident's Letter for information and response.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council accept items of the Consent Agenda, Confidential Business Information: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Part 1, Division 2, Section 17 – Disclosure Harmful to the Business Interests of a Third Party, as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council direct Administration to work with the Chestermere Lion's Club regarding their donation towards the Steve King dog park.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council accept the Directors Update from Kim Wallace for communications as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council give Third and Final Reading to Bylaw 007-21, being an amendment to the Municipal Development Plan for Clearwater Park, as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council direct Administration to look at whether the lake can be used or designated as a picnic area and come back to Council for the next meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council direct Administration to gather feedback from the Lakefront Homeowner's Association regarding the inclusion of ice shacks and changes to Bylaw 004-12 as well as to the time and duration ice shacks are to be left on the lake, being an amendment to Community Standards Bylaw.
Councillor Stephen Hanley offered a friendly to include any other issues related to ice shacks.
Councillor Blaine Funk Accepted.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council gives second reading to amended Bylaw 004-12. Amendment to Community Standards Bylaw with the following amendments:
-Section 10.2 change to read fire start time at 7: 00a.m; and
-Section 9.4 change to read as operation year-round; and
-Section 9.1 change to read as designated picnic areas; and
-Section 9.5 change to read as designated picnic areas; and
-remove Section 9.6 in its entirety; and
-create provisions to allow for ice shacks or huts to remain erected overnight
-8.5 (d) Excluding Ice Huts with reflectors; and
- Add a sunset Clause to includes a 12-month review of the bylaw; and
-Removal of 8.5 (e) in its entirety
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council direct Administration to have legal vet and confirm liabilities of the proposed changes to Bylaw 036-20.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council give First Reading to Bylaw 036-20, being the Traffic Control Bylaw, with the following amendments:
-A Speed limit review including 50 km per hour and 60 km per hour suggested limits; and
-The implications of crossing major roads; and
-The implications of crossing the bridge; and
- East and West Chestermere Drive; and
- The implications on other road way traffic.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 006-22, with the removal of Section 11(4) "and Council"
1-5 DEFEATED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
OPPOSED
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council give second reading to Bylaw 006-22, being an amendment to the Designated Officer Bylaw with the amendment of Section 9b, removal of the word "hiring".
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council give third and final reading to Bylaw 006-22, being an amendment to the Designated Officer Bylaw with the amendment of Section 11(9)(b), removal of the word "hiring".
CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council direct Administration to purchase two tables at the Chestermere Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards Gala and sponsor the awards.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Council directs Administration to update the current policy for fees as follows; Lakefront owners, fees remain as is. For Chestermere residents and a radius of 5 miles, which includes Rocky View, the fee will remain the same. This will exclude the City of Calgary. And to agree with a reduction that was proposed of ten dollars for residents of Chestermere which would also apply to the residents within the 5-mile zone as well
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council go In-Camera at 2:06 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council return from In-Camera at 4:11 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council accept the Presentation do by Navi Kaur on the Developer Feedback for Offsite Levy Bylaw for information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
That Council direct Mayor Jeff Colvin to lead the negotiation on the Rocky View County Recreational Lands Purchase.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council direct Administration to procure a third-party HR firm to support the hiring of the permanent City Directors positions.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
That Council accept the May 10th 2022 staff document as discussed In-Camera
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Mel Foat
That Council adjourn the meeting at 4:14 p.m.
Unanimous

May 3, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Mel Foat
That Council adopt the agenda as amended:
- add In Camera Item 2. Staff Metter: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Part 1, Division 2, Section 17 - Disclosure Harmful to Personal Privacy
- add New Business Item 1. Chestermere Library Board Appointment
- add New Business Item 2. Vacant Committee Position
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council lift from the table the April 5th, 2022 Regular Council meeting minutes.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council approve the regular Council meeting minutes for April 5, 2022 as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council approve the regular Council meeting minutes for April 19, 2022 as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to book a workshop with Council and Legislative Services.to discuss the action list and how to roll that out going forward and that work shop happen before the end of May
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That the Restricted Surplus Account Policy #447 be amended as presented to reflect the reallocation of RSA accounts and remove the Franchise Fees from being deposited directly into RSA accounts.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That the Restricted Surplus Account be amalgamated as presented to reflect the reallocation of RSA accounts in Policy 447
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council open the Public hearing for Waterford -Stage 1-Minor Land Use- Map- Amendments- Bylaw 013-22 and concurrently open Agenda items J1: Waterford -Stage 1-Minor Land Use- Map- Amendments- Bylaw 013-22 second and third reading.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Adjourn the Public Hearing of Waterford Stage 1 - Minor Land Use Map Amendments Bylaw 013-22 at
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that following a Public Hearing, Council give second reading to Bylaw 013-22, being a proposed amendment to the Land Use Bylaw for lands located in Waterford Stage 1.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that following a Public Hearing, Council give third reading to Bylaw 013-22, being a proposed amendment to the Land Use Bylaw for lands located in Waterford Stage 1.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council open the Offsite Levy Bylaw 017-22 and the public hearing for Bylaw 017-22 to be opened concurrently.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Mel Foat
Motion that Council leave the public hearing for Offsite Levy Bylaw 017-22 and return to regular meeting at 11:16 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to gather feedback from developers regarding Offsite Levy Bylaw 017-22 option B 50% on storm water infrastructure and present feedback at the May 10, 2022 regular Council meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to explore and present Council with additional possibilities either from an Administrative or business perspective regarding Offsite Levy Bylaw 017-22
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council table this Offsite Levy Bylaw 017-22 until the May 17, 2022 regular Council meeting for second and third reading.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council give third reading to Smoking Bylaw 009-15 as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council give first reading to Bylaw 015-22
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council give second reading to Bylaw 015-22
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council seek permission for third reading to Bylaw 015-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council give first reading to Bylaw 018-13
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council seek permission for third reading of Franchise Fee Fund Allocation Bylaw 018-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council give Bylaw 018-13 third reading
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council give Community Standards Bylaw #004-12 first reading as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to bring the amended Community Standards Bylaw 004-12 to the May 10, 2022 regular Council meeting for second and third reading.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to follow up with the property as discussed in Camera to look at options available for the resolution of this matter.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council leave in camera at 6:42 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to look at the subdivision of land as discussed in Camera and the installation of utilities.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council give first reading to Designated Officer Bylaw 006-22 as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That Council remove the appointment of Samantha Smorong from the Chestermere Library Board.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That Council direct Administration to post a call for applications to vacant committee positions and present applicants at a future Council meeting for appointment.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council adjourn the meeting at 6:49 p.m.
 

April 19, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that council reconsider Bylaw 021-22
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that council direct administration and the applicant complete work on the issues and bring it back to council so they can come up with a more satisfactory solution
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that council table bylaw 021-22 at second reading.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the concept plan as it relates to the prevision of an urgent care facility and other uses that support seniors subject to the updating and Council approval of the various studies and other plans required by Administration
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council rescind Motion 268-22
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council support the concept plan as it relates to the provision of an urgent care facility and other uses that support seniors subject to the updating and Council approval of:
a) An amendment to the Municipal Development Plan to reduce the amount of employment area and address the requirements of the Drainage Constraint Area; and
b) A new Outline Plan and associated Land Use Bylaw amendments that update the following associated plans and studies:
• Biophysical Impact Assessment and Wetland Assessment Impact Report, 2017;
• Biophysical Impact Assessment, 2015;
• Chestermere Stormwater Outfall Feasibility Study, 2021;
• Location and Market Analysis, 2015;
• Phase One Environmental Site Assessment, 2016;
• Soil, Geotechnical and Groundwater Report, 2015;
• Stormwater Management Plan, 2015; and
• Traffic Impact Assessment, 2017.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Mel Foat
Motion to that Council table this discussion and send it back to Administration for more information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council approve the 1.74% Cost of Living Allowance for all salaried city employees made retroactive to April 1, 2022
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that all future Committee of the Whole Meetings be changed to Council Meetings until the next organizational meeting is held.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw B017-22, being the Off-site Levy Bylaw, as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Hanley
Motion that Council direct Administration to amend the proposed Waterford Estates Outlines Plan (Bylaw 016-22) as follows:
a) Relocation of two proposed park spaces (Municipal Reserve) in phase 1 to improve the east-west and north-south pedestrian connections; AND THAT
Council give first reading to Bylaw 016-22 being a bylaw to:
a) Rescind the current Waterford Stage 2 Outline Plan and replace it with the new Waterford Estates Outline Plan (Exhibit A.1); and
b) Amend the Land Use Map of the Land Use Bylaw (022-10, as amended) in accordance with Schedule A of Bylaw 016-22; AND THAT
Once the required changes in 1a above have been made, Administration advertise a public hearing in accordance with The City of Chestermere’s Digital Advertising Bylaw and schedule a public hearing and option for second and third reading of Bylaw 016-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give second reading to Bylaw 009-15, being the City of Chestermere’s Smoking Bylaw
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to look at options for designated smoking areas to possibly be added to Bylaw 009-15, the City of Chestermere’s Smoking Bylaw.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to develop an official policy regarding how Council will address question period.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to develop an official policy regarding the creation of the agenda and it’s standing items
-2 CARRIED
IN-FAVOUR
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
OPPOSED
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Councillor Blaine Funk

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give third reading to Procedure Bylaw 014-22 as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept Awards & Proclamations items one and two as information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council table the minutes of the April 5, 2022 Council meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council direct Administration to add improvements to the Council audio system to the Running Action List with a completion date of May 3, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council name Mary-Lynn Wilcox and Samantha Smorong to the Chestermere Library Board.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council appoint Mary-Lynn Wilcox as the alternate for the Marigold Library System Board.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council name the organizations as members of the Sports Task Force rather than individuals once the project has moved beyond the planning phase
5-1 CARRIED
IN-FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat

Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean that Council accept the Sports Task Force Update for information. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the Chestermere New Schools Update for information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council move in Camera at 2:21 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council move out of in Camera at 4:09 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council release the investigation findings from the third-party investigator to the public as well as acknowledge that Councillors Johal-Watt and Narayan have been vindicated from all wrong doing.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council appoint Jerry Gautreau internal investigator with the City of Chestermere for investigating policies and procedures and other items as directed by Council. For Council related matters a third-party investigator will be brought in
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 4:11 p.m.
Unanimous

April 12, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion to accept the Bow River Basin presentation as information
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the RCMP Multi Year Financial Plan (5 years)
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept bylaw 009-15 as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council has received this presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the removal of the Committee of the Whole report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley
Motion to accept the Rainbow Traffic Analysis Report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Victim services presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 2:30 p.m.
Unanimous

March 29, 2022 Special Budget Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as presented:
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the 2022 Operating Budget of $53,003,759 be approved as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that policy 447 (RESTRICTED SURPLUS) be amended to reflect the RCMP building loan payment be allocated from the Franchise fees and the balance will be allocated to the Operating Budget.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the 2022 residential mill rate of 0.004812274 be approved by Council for Administration to use in the 2022 Property Tax Rate for Chestermere, representing an estimated 6% reduction in the mill rate.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the 2022 Capital Budget of $7,516,535.00 be approved as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the three-year Capital Projects plan be approved with Administration reviewing the next three-year plan 2023 budget.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the balance of the operating budget be assigned to the 2022 capital budget.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 2:55 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion to add a in camera item Council Personal Matters: Section 17 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy – Personnel
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion to add the appointments for the library board and the appointment’s for Marigold:
3-4 DEFEATED
IN-FAVOUR:
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
OPPOSED:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley

Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, March 15, 2022 be adopted as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the minutes of the Special Council Meeting held Tuesday, March 29, 2022 be adopted as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the minutes of the Special Council Budget Meeting held Tuesday, March 29, 2022 be accepted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion to direct administration to answer the questions on the letter from the resident and then bring it back for the Mayor or Deputy Mayor for signature and be placed on the April 19 2022 agenda, as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the engineering estimate for Alterations at West Chestermere Boulevard and West Chestermere Drive intersection as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council Community Operations to proceed with survey designs and markings for alterations at West Chestermere Boulevard and West Chestermere Drive and present results to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that council return this report back to administration and bring this report back to council on April 19 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Me Foat
Motion that Council give first reading to proposed bylaw 013-22 and schedule a public hearing on the proposed date of May 3, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the public hearing for K1 and L2 be opened up concurrently.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the public hearing for K1 and L2 be closed.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the information presented for Bylaw 011-22, being a proposed amendment to the City’s Land Use Bylaw.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 011-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 011-22 Being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the public hearing on Bylaw 012-22 and K2 and L3 be opened up concurrently.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the public hearing for K2 and L3 be closed.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the information presented for Bylaw 012-02, being a proposed amendment to the Chelsea Outline Plan and Land Use Bylaw.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give seconded reading to Bylaw 012-22 being an amendment to the Chelsea Outline Plan and land use bylaw 022-10.
3-4 DEAFEATED
IN-FAVOUR:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
OPPOSED:
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Stephen Hanley

Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council table Proposed Bylaw 014-22, until April 19 2022
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council move in Camera at 2:05 pm
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council move out of in Camera at 3:11 pm
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 3:24 p.m.
Unanimous

March 29, 2022 Special Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as presented:
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council go in camera at 9:05 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council come out of camera at 10:46 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council appoint Co-Directors of the City’s Planning and Development department effective immediately.
4-3 CARRIED
IN-FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council remove Jeff Gibeau as the City Director of Growth & Planning effective immediately.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council move to direct the City Director of Corporate Services to ensure an appropriate contract is in place to retain a person as a senior advisor of governmental relations and as an investigator to investigate security breaches and other irregularities and preform a comprehensive review of city policies and process and report to the Director of Corporate Services and Council.
4-3 CARRIED
INFAVOUR:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
 Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED:
 Councillor Shannon Dean
 Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
 Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council authorize the City Director of Community Operations and Mayor to revise the conditions of the CRCA property purchase from Rocky View and facilitate and negotiate resolution of the legal matter between Rocky View and the CRCA.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 11:18 a.m.
Unanimous

March 15, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as modified:
- Add In-Camera item: Intergovernmental Relations: as per Section 21 of the
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy – Land Sale
- Add In-Camera item: Third Party Personal Information: as per Section 17 of the
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy – Personnel
- Add In-Camera item: Legal Privilege: as per Section 21 and 24 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy – Legal Authority
- Add In-Camera item: Intergovernmental Relations: as per Section 21 of the
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy – Land
- Add New Business item: OHV Bylaw for consideration
- Add New Business item: Follow up on the statement on the Ukraine
- Add New Business item: Modified section J-2 to add the scheduling of the Council meeting and add a strategy meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, March 1, 2022 be adopted as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Committee of the Whole meeting held Tuesday, March 8, 2022 be adopted as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept items E 1-3 of the Consent Agenda as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Community Growth Report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to schedule a strategic planning meeting with East Acreages land owners and report back to Council by June 21, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Speed Limit Change on Township Road 240 staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to conduct a costing analysis options for Station Way and to come back to Council with a report for April 19th, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Franchise Fees staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council rescind Resolution 162-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council direct Administration to bring back recommendations to amend Bylaw 018-13, being the Franchise Fee Revenue Allocation Bylaw.
 
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council schedule a Council Budget Workshop on March 22, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. and schedule a Special Meeting for the purpose of reviewing and approving the 2022 budget on March 29, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 011-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 011-22 to take place on April 5, 2022 at 9:00 am.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 012-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 012-22 to take place on April 5, 2022 at 9:30 am.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council table the Proposed Bylaw 014-22.
DEAFEATED
3-4
IN-FAVOUR
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
OPPOSED:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley

Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council amend Proposed Bylaw 014-22, being the Procedure Bylaw, to maintain Council agenda layouts as described in Bylaw 013-20, being the Procedural Bylaw.
DEFEATED
3-4
IN-FAVOUR
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
OPPOSED
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
 Councillor Blaine Funk
 Councillor Stephen Hanley

Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council give First Reading to Proposed Bylaw 014- 22, being the Procedure Bylaw, as amended.
CARRIED
4-3
IN-FAVOUR:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
 Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
 Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED:
Councillor Shannon Dean
 Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Mayor Deputy Mel Foat
Motion that Council give Second reading to proposed Bylaw 014-22
CARRIED
4-3
IN-FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council go in camera at 2:44 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council go out of in camera at 6:38 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to continue to work on the following projects which will come back to Council for required approvals and engage legal advice as required:
- Dog parks
- Entertainment District (restaurants, beach, retail, condo, design, storm pond development, John Peake Park)
- Dredging discussion with WID
- Sunset Beach
- South Shores waterfront discussion with WID and developer
- Southeast canal pathway to Dalemead Lake and Langdon
- East acreages servicing and subdivision solution
- Webster negotiations and planning
- Twin Highway 1 (bridge)
- Twin Rainbow Road
- CRCA land purchase negotiations with Rocky View County
- Negotiate changes with CRCA and recreation facility to Cite City Management
- Negotiate lands on 11 acres across from Camp Chestermere from development lands to recreation
- Assist negotiations with golf course owner, buyers, preservation society, and residents as needed
- Negotiate sports fields with Centron (soccer, football, rugby, baseball)
- Discuss ideas for servicing around acreages in Chestermere
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Mayor Jeff Colvin and Administration to continue to work on the confidential projects which will come back to Council for public disclosure and required approvals as discussed in camera and engage legal advice as required.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct City Director, Community Operations, to prepare and present an offer for a land sale as discussed in camera.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Deputy Mayor Mel Foat to work with Administration and applicable interest groups to plan dog park development in the City of Chestermere.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council authorize Jerry Gautreau to audit City of Chestermere Council policies and procedures and report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council authorize the Mayor to proceed on the staffing matter as discussed in camera.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council allow Administration to create and develop a request for proposal to determine the cost to build a pipeline Stormwater Outfall Phase 0 Project
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council authorize Administration to move forward with the Stormwater Outfall Phase 0 Project as discussed in camera which amounted to
$60,000.00 and that Administration utilize funds from the Restricted Surplus Account if required.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council add New Business Item: World’s Longest Hockey Game to the March 15, 2022 Council Meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion that Council authorize a donation in kind of $10,000.00 to support the World’s Longest Hockey Game.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to look into Off Highway Vehicle Bylaw Cold Lake 540-PL-14 and City of Wetaskiwin 2012-13 and bring a report back to Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council direct Administration to bring information to Council regarding the viability and cost analysis of twinning Rainbow Road and Chestermere Boulevard.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council direct Administration to look into the funding that has been provided, allocated, and available to twinning Rainbow Road and Chestermere Boulevard.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to explore options for the City of Chestermere to inform the public of ways that they can support the Ukraine, and to publish those ways of support on as many of our city platforms as we can.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 7:21 p.m.
Unanimous

March 8, 2022 Committee of Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley
Motion that the Committee adopt the agenda as modified:
- Add In-Camera: Third Party Personal Information: as per Section 17 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act – City Director Job Postings
- Add New Business: Council Social Media Page and Policy
- Add New Business: City Director Job Postings
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee accept the Non-Profit Presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee accept the Lakeside Greens Preservation Society delegation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion that the Committee accept the Calgary Region Airshed Zone delegation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee accept the Draft Terms of Reference Review – Council Task Force on Minor Sports Development as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee accept the Parent & Caregiver Support Services (PCSS) Program Update as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion that the Committee accept the Franchise Fees Discussion as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the Committee move in camera at 11:15 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee move out of in camera at 12:53 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee direct Administration to proceed with advertising for the City Director positions on all advertising channels pending final modifications as discussed in camera and that the advertisements be posted by March 9, 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee accept the Council Social Media Page and Policy discussion as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee adjourn the meeting at 1:00 p.m.
Unanimous

March 1, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as modified:
- Add In-Camera: Third Party Personal Information: as per Section 17 of the
 Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act – Staffing
- Add In-Camera: Third Party Personal Information: as per Section 17 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act – City Director Contracts and Job Postings
- Add New Business: City Director Job Postings
- Add New Business: Strategic Planning
- Add New Business: Victim Services
- Add New Business: Utility Co. Dissolution Public Hearing Date
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, February 15, 2022 be adopted as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the Consent Agenda as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the Development Department 2021 Year End & January 2022 Statistics staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council approve the Human Services Advisory Board 2022 Funding Allocations as recommended by the Human Services Advisory Board.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council provide direction to Administration regarding City funding to be released quarterly to the FCSS budget for better cash flow throughout the year.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that direct Administration to host a Council workshop with the purpose of providing a historical breakdown of external funding and internal funding uses related to FCSS and United Way.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council go in-camera at 11:33 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council go out of in-camera at 1:22 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council appoint Jill Steeves as Interim City Director of Corporate Services, effective immediately.
4-3
CARRIED
IN-FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Stephen Hanley
 Councillor Blaine Funk
OPPOSED
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Shannon Dean

Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Schedule the Utility Co. Dissolution Public Hearing to take place on April 5, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Motion that Council direct Administration to conduct a needs assessment for Victim Services in Chestermere and to provide a staff report for information on the cost and process of starting up a victim services office in Chestermere and that this report be presented to Council by the April 12, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 1:34 p.m.
Unanimous

February 15, 2022 Regular Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as modified:
- Add Staff Report for Information: City Directors Update
- Remove Staff Report for Information: Speed Limit Change on Township Road 240
- Remove Staff Report for Information: Intersection Review of West Chestermere Drive & Station Way and West Chestermere Drive & Chestermere Boulevard
- Remove Bylaws: First Reading of Bylaw 007-22, being the Code of Conduct Bylaw
- Add In-Camera: Third Party Personal Information: as per the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Division 2, Section 17 – Staffing Update
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, February 1, 2022 be adopted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Special Council Meeting held Tuesday, February 8, 2022 be adopted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Committee of the Whole Meeting held Tuesday, February 8, 2022 be adopted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Consent Agenda as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council appoint Mayor Jeff Colvin, Councillor Shannon Dean, and Councillor Stephen Hanley as Members of the Capital Project Review Task Group, and Deputy Mayor Mel Foat as an alternate.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council refer proposed Bylaw 008-22, being an Amendment to Community Standards Bylaw 004-12, back to Administration for further amendments and to be presented at a future Council Meeting.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council amend proposed Bylaw 009-22, being an Amendment to Traffic Control Bylaw 036-20 by amending the definition of Off Highway Vehicles to read as follows:
- “Off Highway Vehicles” (OHV) are a type of vehicle designed specifically for off road use. Permitted OHVs may be driven on the road, but the vast majority of drives reserve their OHVs for recreating in places that regular vehicles cannot go.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give First Reading to Proposed Bylaw 009-22 as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that City directors ensure that the application process for parades and processions match what is in Bylaw 036-20
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 007-21, being an Amendment to the Municipal Development Plan for Clearwater Park, as presented.
CARRIED
6-1
IN FAVOUR:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
OPPOSED:
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Hanley
Motion that Council direct Administration to submit Bylaw 007-21, being an amendment to the Municipal Development Plan for the Clearwater Park to the Calgary Metropolitan Region Board (CMRB) for review under the interim Regional Evaluation Framework (IREF) following second reading.
CARRIED
6-1
IN FAVOUR:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
OPPOSED:
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 008-21, being the Clearwater Park Area Structure Plan, as presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council direct Administration to submit Bylaw 008-21, being the Clearwater Park Area Structure Plan to the Calgary Metropolitan Region Board (CMRB) for review under the Interim Regional Evaluation Framework (IREF) following Second Reading
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council amend proposed Bylaw 001-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, to read as follows:
b) Permitted Uses
• Arts and Cultural Centre
• Drinking Establishment
• Entertainment Establishment
• Indoor/Outdoor Sporting Activities
• Indoor Participation Recreation
• Outdoor Cafe
• Personal Service Establishment
• Public Market
• Restaurant (no drive-throughs)
• Retail Store
• Signs, Fascia
• Signs, Portable
• Specialty Food Store
• Take-out Food Service
c) Discretionary Uses
• Accessory buildings and uses
• Apartment Building
• Commercial School or College (above a main floor)
• Community Buildings and Facilities
• Commercial School (above a main floor)
• Convenience Store
• Dwelling Units
• Health Care Service (above a main floor)
• Hotel
• Liquor Store
• Medical Clinic (above a main floor)
• Mixed Use Building
• Motel
• Office (above a main floor)
• Parks
• Place of Worship
• Public Use
• Public Utilities
• Retail Garden Centre
• Signs (excluding Fascia Signs and Portable Signs)
• Tourist Information Services and Facilities
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 001-22 as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council refer this matter to Administration this list of projects that this discussion be brought back to Committee of the Whole in the near future.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council go in camera at 12:33 p.m. as per Section 17 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
CARRIED
5-2
IN-FAVOUR:
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
OPPOSED:
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Councillor Ritesh Narayan

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council go out of in camera at 1:02 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council direct Administration to hire a third-party investigator to investigate the allegations made during the Corporate Services portion of the City Directors’ Update of the February 15, 2022 Council Meeting and any funds not already budgeted be drawn from the Restricted Surplus Account.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council accept the resignation of Harminder Pattar as City Director, Corporate Services effective immediately.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council go in camera at 2:35 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council go out of in camera at 4:22 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council approve the award of the Rainbow Road North Traffic Impact Assessment to Stantec and authorize the City Director, Growth & Development, and the Mayor to sign the contract.
 
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to contact Alberta Transportation regarding historical changes of the speed limit on Highway 1 between Range Roads 791 and 281 and report back to Council for information.
 
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council rescind Motion 143-22.
 
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council approve the award of the Rainbow Road North Traffic Impact Assessment to Stantec and authorize the City Director, Growth & Development, and the Mayor to sign the contract using budget funds available within the budget and to use the funds in the Restricted Surplus Account if required
 
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct Administration to present to Council the Human Services Advisory Board’s recommendations regarding. The HSAB committee for 2021 to ensure the distribution of funds for 2022 and that Council receive recommendations and approve recommendations.
 
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council Direct senior administration to outline a time line of when council strategic vision and a new corporate structure will be released and be released to the public. This will be done in collaborate with Council with provisions outlined in the MGA and this plan be presented to Council by March 1st
 
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 4:27 p.m.
 

February 8 Committee of Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Motion that the Committee adopt the agenda as modified:
- Remove Staff Report for Information: Rainbow Road Traffic Counts
- Remove In-Camera item: Privileged Information: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Division 2, Section 27 — Legal Advice
- Add In-Camera item: Third Party Personal Information: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Division 2, Section 17 — Senior Personnel & Staff
- Add New Business item: CAO Hiring Process Add New Business item: Staffing Update
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the Committee accept the Non-Profit Presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the Committee accept the World's Longest Hockey Game Fundraiser delegation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee accept the Action on Smoking & Health Presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Motion that the Committee direct Administration to bring back the Smoking Bylaw with proposed amendments based on the ASH presentation to a Committee of the Whole Meeting
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the Committee accept the Places of Worship & Interfaith Services staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the Committee accept the Proposed Bylaw 007-22, being the Code of Conduct Bylaw, staff report as information
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat
Motion that the Committee move in camera at 2:59 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee move out of in camera at 4:58 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that the Committee direct Councillor Shannon Dean as Chair of the Hiring Committee to work with Administration on the next phase of the hiring process of the City Directors including the job postings to be completed by the end of February 2022, for resumes to be reviewed by the end of May 2022, and for candidates to be interviewed by the end of June 2022.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee defer the Staffing Update item until a legal review is complete.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the Committee adjourn the meeting at 5:01 p.m.
Unanimous

February 8 Special Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
That Council adopt the agenda as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
That the Public Hearing for Bylaw 007-21 be adjourned at 10:22 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
That the Public Hearing for Bylaw 008-21 be adjourned at 11:22 a.m.
CARRIED
5-0
IN-FAVOUR
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
 Councillor Ritesh Narayan
NOT PRESENT
Mayor Jeff Colvin
 Deputy-Mayor Mel Foat

Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
That Council adjourn the meeting at 11:23 p.m.
CARRIED
5-0
IN-FAVOUR
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt 
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
NOT PRESENT
Mayor Jeff Colvin
 Deputy-Mayor Mel Foat

February 1 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as modified:
- Add New Business item: Bylaw Amendments Discussion
- Add in-camera item: Personnel & Advice from Officials: as per Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Division 2, Section 17 & 24 – Mayor Update
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council revoke Jeff Gibeau’s appointment as Interim Chief Administrative Officer effective immediately.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council move in camera at 9:28 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council move out of in camera at 10: 27 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint Harminder Pattar as City Director, Corporate Services, effective immediately.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint Mark Wolynice as City Director, Community Operations, effective immediately.
Unanimous

Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint Jeff Gibeau as City Director, Growth & Development, effective immediately.
Mayor Jeff Colvin acknowledged Councillor Shannon Deans Camera had went down, but that he raised his hand for the vote
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, January 18, 2022 be adopted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the Public Hearing for Bylaw 001-22 be adjourned at 11:43 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council amend proposed Bylaw 001-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as follows:
- Replace Section 1 b) to state “Section 10.21(m)(3) a) and b) of the Land Use Bylaw 022-10 are amended by separating Sites 1 and 2 and amending Site 1 uses and regulations and renumbering accordingly, as follows.
(3) Site 1”
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council amend Section 10.21(m)(3) Bylaw 001-22 as follows:
b) Permitted Uses 
• Arts and Cultural Centre
• Drinking Establishment
• Entertainment Establishment
• Indoor/Outdoor Sporting Activities
• Indoor Participation Recreation
• Outdoor Cafe
• Personal Service Establishment
• Public Market
• Restaurant (no drive-throughs)
• Retail Store
• Signs, Fascia
• Signs, Portable
• Specialty Food Store
• Take-out Food Service
c) Discretionary Uses
• Accessory buildings and uses
• Apartment Building
• Community Buildings and Facilities
• Commercial School (above a main floor)
• Convenience Store
• Dwelling Units
• Gaming Establishment, Bingo
• Gaming Establishment, Casino
• Health Care Service (above a main floor)
• Hotel
• Liquor Store
• Medical Clinic (above a main floor)
• Mixed Use Building
• Motel
• Office (above a main floor)
• Parks
• Place of Worship
• Public Use
• Public Utilities
• Retail Garden Centre
• Signs
• Tourist Information Services and Facilities
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 001-22 as amended.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Trails Connectivity Project Update as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council accept the Welcome to Chestermere Signage Project Update as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the Transit Pilot Project Update as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council accept the Committees and Boards Bylaw Discussion as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct the applicable City Directors to sign the Utility Service Agreements, dated effective January 1, 2022.
CARRIED IN FAVOUR
Mayor Jeff Colvin
Councillor Shannon Dean
Councillor Blaine Funk
Councillor Stephen Hanley
Councillor Ritesh Narayan
OPPOSED
Deputy Mayor Mel Foat

Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council approve the Corporate Asset Management Training Project by awarding the project contract to the project consultant.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council approve the AFFRCS radio project which includes a budget reallocation resulting in a budget increase to project number 6233013 from $211,000.00 to $425,000.00 in the 2022 year using existing available MSI funding.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council remove AFRRCS radio project from the 2024/2025 capital plan
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council go in camera at 4:01 p.m
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council go out of in camera at 6:08 p.m
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct the City Director, Growth & Development, to proceed with seeking legal advice regarding the offer of the lakeside land sale.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council appoint the following individual to the Chestermere Accessibility Advisory Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Nisha John
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint the following individual to the Community Grant Funding Adjudication Committee pending amendments to the Committees and Boards Bylaw for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Jibi Cherian
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Human Services Advisory Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
                       Nisha John
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Police Communications Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Aimee Essington
- Monita Raj
Saman Dhudwal
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to draft an Amending Bylaw to Bylaw 004-12, being the Community Standards Bylaw, with amendments as discussed, add the off-Highway vehicle definition 18 subsection 3. To be brought back to council February 15, 2022, for approval.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct Administration to draft an Amending Bylaw to Bylaw 036-20, being the Traffic Control Bylaw, with amendments as discussed.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 6:28 p.m.
Unanimous

January 18 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as modified:
- Add In-Camera item: Interim CAO Discussion
- Add New Business item: Interim CAO Update
- Add New Business item: Clarity and Completeness of Public Record
- Add New Business item: Council’s Access to Information
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Jeff Gibeau be appointed to Interim Chief Administrative Officer effective immediately.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, December 21, 2021 be adopted as presented.
CARRIED
IN FAVOUR
Mayor Colvin
Councillor Dean
Councillor Foat
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
Councillor Narayan
ABSTAINED
Councillor Johal Watt
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Special Meeting held Tuesday, January 3, 2022 be adopted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the minutes of the Committee of the Whole Meeting held Tuesday, January 11, 2022 be adopted as presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the minutes of the Special Meeting held Tuesday, January 11, 2022 be adopted as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept items H1 – H3 of the Consent Agenda as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Chestermere RCMP be authorized to select the “Proudly Serving Chestermere” branding for its service vehicles.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council accept the RCMP Delegation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council accept the Preliminary List of Projects Exceeding Three Million Dollars staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 007-21, being the Clearwater Municipal Development Plan, to take place at a Special Meeting held on February 8, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 008-21, being the Clearwater Area Structure Plan, to take place at a Special Meeting held on February 8, 2022 at 9:30 a.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 006-22, being the Designated Officer Bylaw.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 002-22, being an Amendment to Storm Drainage Bylaw 002-21, as presented by Kellie Prat, Team Lead, Customer Service & Accountant
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 002-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 002-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 003-22, being an Amendment to Waste Management Bylaw 008-15, as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 003-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 003- 22 as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 003-22 as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 004-22, being an Amendment to Wastewater Bylaw 027-13, as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 004-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 004- 22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 004-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 005-22, being an Amendment to Water Bylaw 025-13, as presented.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Second Reading to Bylaw 005-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give permission for Third Reading of Bylaw 005-22.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give Third Reading to Bylaw 005-22
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 001-22, being an Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 022-10, as presented
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council schedule a Public Hearing for Bylaw 001-22 to take place on February 1, 2022 at the scheduled Council Meeting at 9:00 a.m. with the advertisement including the reflection of today’s discussion that being accessory build-in items and uses to be removed from under permitted uses and then from discretionary uses council contemplating the removal of animal health services and care services, child care services, child care facilities, financial intuitions, government services, health care services, medical clinic, office, pet care, Public use, residential care facility, and house hold repair on the main floor of Council as discussed.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council go in camera at 12:10 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council go out of in camera at 5:16 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct Administration to take the steps to fulfill the matter discussed during the Bylaw Enforcement in camera item.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council direct the Mayor to negotiate the employment contracts of the proposed City Directors as established by Bylaw 006-22, being the Designated Officer Bylaw, to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the Chief Administrative Officer and that their names be made public upon their official appointment through Council resolution as per Section 206(1) of the Municipal Government Act.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Assessment Review Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2024;
- Aaron Holmes-Binns;
- Mary Moojelsky;
- Don Roberts; and
- Scot Caithness.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Audit Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Isaac Achal; and
- Gurkivan Randhawa.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Chestermere Accessibility Advisory Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Bhawanjot Grewal;
- Marilyn King;
- Craig Nichols; and Bobbi-Jo Siverns.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Chestermere Library Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Daina Barbary; and
- Prabjot Kaur.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Community Grant Funding Adjudication Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Daniel Gretener;
- Murray Grant; and
- Nicole Maillot-Johnson.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Sandy Johal-Watt
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Human Services Advisory Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Scot Caithness;
- MaraLee Duff;
- Melissa From;
- Vicky Minhas;
- Phil Hoetger;
- Carlen Scheyk;
- Jiya Sidhu;
- Samantha Smorong; and
- Baljinder Sull.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Ritesh Narayan
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Police Communications Committee effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2022;
- Simran Dial;
- Victor Pouteaux;
- Gurkiran Randhawa;
- Laurie McLeod; and
- Nicole Maillot-Johnson.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council appoint the following individuals to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board effective immediately for a term ending December 31, 2023;
- Katheryn Cairns;
- Scot Caithness;
- Philip Hoetger;
- Don Roberts;
- Shawn Scheyk; and
- Andrew Stone.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct Administration to create an addendum to all Council agenda packages to include any new or modified staff presentations that were not included in the original agenda package.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct Administration to provide full enquiry access to the City’s Questica Financial Reporting software to all members of Council.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 5:33 p.m.
Unanimous

January 11 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee adopt the agenda as amended:
- Add to New Business: Information Requests
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the committee accept the Rocky View Regional Handibus Society presentation as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the Committee accept the Growing Chestermere’s Downtown Restaurant and Entertainment District – Proposed Bylaw 001-22 staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Blaine Funk
Motion that the Committee accept the Growing Chestermere’s Downtown Restaurant and Entertainment District – Proposed Bylaw 001-22 staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee accept the Family and Community Support Services Program staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that the Committee accept the Policy 501 – Winter Maintenance Policy & Procedure staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee accept the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling Update as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that the Committee accept the Land Use Bylaw 022-10, City Signage Discussion as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the Committee accept the COVID-19 Protocols staff report as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean
Motion to Accept this information as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that the Committee adjourn the meeting at 1:28 p.m.
Unanimous

January 3 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council add In-Camera item: Webster Lands.

Unanimous
Moved by Mayor Jeff Colvin
Motion that Council remove item #3 which is Adoption of 2022 Budget and
Rate Adjustments
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat
Motion that Council adopt the agenda as modified:
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct The Board of Utility Company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. by certified Council resolution to replace Bylaw No. 1, Section 4, Article 4.1 with the following:
The Board, by resolution, may establish the date and number of regular meetings of the Board held during a calendar year; however, there shall be no less than two (2) regular meetings per year.
As the Board of Directors consist of Chestermere’s City Council, all Board Meetings may be conducted separately or a part of a City Council Meeting unless the nature of the business is in violation of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Where business is conducted during a public City Council Meeting, any motion by Council shall have the same effect as a vote of the Board of Directors.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council direct The Board of Utility Company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. by certified council resolution to replace Bylaw No. 1, Section 4, Article 4.3 with the following:
Notice of the date, time, and location of every Board Meeting shall be provided to each Director no less than forty-eight (48) hours before the time fixed for the proposed Board Meeting. A notice of the Board Meeting must specify the purpose of the meeting.
The Chairperson may call a Special Board Meeting by giving at least twenty-four
(24) hours’ notice in writing to each Director which states the purpose of the meeting
and the date, time, and place at which it is to be held.
A Special Board Meeting may be held with less than twenty-four (24) hours’ notice to all Directors if at least 2/3 of the whole Board of Directors agree to this in writing before the commencement of the meeting.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council move in camera at 4:44 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council move out of in camera at 5:25 p.m.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council accept the Webster Lands discussion as information.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Stephen Hanley
Motion that Council establishes a hiring committee with the purpose of hiring for the role of Chief Administrative Officer as per the Municipal Government Act.
Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Shannon Dean
Motion that Council accept the Webster purchase contract ratified subject to legal review.
Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Mel Foat
Motion that Council adjourn the meeting at 5:28 p.m.
Unanimous

December 21 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct Administration to open Rainbow Road North and place traffic counters at the south side of the intersection of Rainbow Road and Highway 1 and the north side of the intersection of Rainbow Road and Windermere Drive and report back collected data and road conditions on a monthly basis and that this item be added to Council’s Action List. In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Deputy Mayor Foat
Councillor Dean
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
Against:
Councillor Narayan
CARRIED

Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to add to Council’s Action List that Administration obtain quotations to undertake a Traffic Impact Assessment once data is collected from the traffic counters at the intersections of Rainbow Road and Highway 1 and Rainbow Road and Windermere Drive and report that information to Council. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council waive the Interim Chief Administrative Officer’s fiduciary responsibility to negotiate the land sales price at fair market value with the current landowner of ______________________. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to take the necessary steps to immediately remove the fencing on the property of ______________________ to allow for access to Chestermere Lake. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to negotiate a fair deal with the landowners of ______________________ and that the cost of interest at the time of sale as well as the damages to the dock, electrical, and irrigation system be considered in the negotiations. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council terminate the public appointments of the following Committees and Boards effective immediately:
- Chestermere Economic Development Advisory Committee;
- Lake and Watershed Advisory Committee;
- Police Communications Committee;
- Human Services Advisory Board;
- Streetscape Committee;
- Community Grant Funding Adjudication Committee;
- Seniors Advisory Committee;
- Chestermere Accessibility Advisory Committee; and
- Assessment Review Board.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council terminate the public appointments of the Chestermere Subdivision and Development Appeal Board effective following the conclusion of all active hearings. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to immediately advertise for the Committees and Boards requiring Public Members and to explore as many means of advertising as is reasonable. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council provide approval to the Site Plan for a Cottage Housing Cluster Development with conditions as stated in Exhibit A attached to the Dawson’s Landing – Cottage Housing Site Plan Approval Report for Decision dated December 21, 2021 for a 22-dwelling unit development and public park at 180 Dawson Harbour Hill (Lot 13, Block 2, Plan 1912378), including:
- a maximum gross floor area variance of 60 sq. metres for all future single-detached dwelling unit applications within the subject site; and
- a building setback from common amenity space variance of 2.5 metres for lots 25 and 36 as indicated on the approved Site Plan.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council delegate their decision authority to staff for Permitted and Discretionary Use applications pertaining to 180 Dawson Harbour Hill (Lot 13, Block 2, Plan 1912378) with the exception related to parking variances. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council adopt the first quarter of the 2021 Budget as the first quarter of the 2022 Budget. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to provide Council with a report on the 2021 Year End Actuals in order for Council to adopt a full 2022 budget by the end of the first quarter. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council adopt the 2022-2026 Capital Plan as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to present a full business case for each capital project in the calendar year of which it is to be conducted and to not proceed with that project until receiving formal approval from Council.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council provide Administration with summary sample business case process analysis templates to establish what is expected of Administration in their capital project business case presentations to Council. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals as Public Members to the Audit Committee effective immediately for a term ending on December 31, 2022:
- Tessa Vos
- Terra Klassen

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to create a future Off-Site Levy Project for Community Recreation and transfer the Work in Progress reusable design costs from the terminated 2021 Civic Centre Project. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to collect all correspondence between the City of Chestermere and Bird Construction and the City of Chestermere and Gibbs Gage in January 2021 to November 2021 and provide that to Council for review. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to provide an update on the project schedule for the Civic Centre contract with Gibbs Gage to identify what has been completed and to clarify whether there were specific milestones with payment terms attached to the schedule.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Civic Centre Project Close Out be deferred until all relevant information is obtained. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to prepare a list of Permitted Uses for the Melcor Development under construction at 117 Main Street and bring that information back to the January 11, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to test the ice thickness of the storm ponds with the exception of storm ponds within Kinniburgh Developments to collect data regarding the safety and feasibility of recreational use on storm ponds. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council establish a Task Force with the purpose to review the City’s current bylaws and recommend changes for Council’s review and direct Administration to develop a Terms of Reference for the February 8, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to bring back an update to Council regarding the speed limit change from 80km/h to 60km/h on Township Road 240 to the January 18, 2021 Council Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to explore options such as a roundabout or traffic circle to address traffic safety at the intersection of West Chestermere Drive and Station Way and report back to Council at the February 15, 2021 Council Meeting. Unanimous

December 14 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council be authorized to release non-confidential information of the Utility Company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. and the City of Chestermere to the public. Unanimous

December 14 Committee of the Whole

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Committee direct Administration to provide information in regard to the land purchase of ______________________ by West Irrigation District in comparison to other shoreline properties that were sold under the same circumstances. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Committee direct Administration to release any information which is not exceptional to disclosure as per the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act received in camera at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting at an upcoming Council Meeting. Unanimous

December 7 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council approve a side yard variance of 0.3048 metres for all lots in Phase 3 of the Kinniburgh South subdivision. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council approve, pursuant to Section 553 of the Municipal Government Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. M-26, all unpaid charges for municipal utility services provided by 1538974 Alberta Ltd. in the amounts and to the parcels of land set out in Schedule A of the staff report titled 2021 Q3 Financial Operations Report and Utility Account Transfer dated December 7, 2021 and that these amounts be added to the tax roll of each subject parcel of land. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to look into storm pond use within comparative municipalities and bring back a report to the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to review the development and land use options of East Acreages, North Acreages, and Paradise Meadows, and report back to Council before the end of January 2022. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council make amendments to Harry Harker’s employment contract as Interim Chief Administrative Officer as discussed in camera. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council make changes to the forensic audit initially passed by Council at the November 9 Committee of the Whole Meeting as discussed in camera. Unanimous

November 30 Special Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that the Unanimous Shareholder Agreement between the City of Chestermere and 1538974 Alberta Ltd. be amended as follows:
- Article 1 subsection 1.1(i)
Remove “The Business Plans are Confidential Information that may contain sensitive information not for public release”
- Article 1 subsection 1.1(m)
Remove in its entirety
- Article 6 section 6.1
Remove in its entirety
Unanimous

November 16 Council Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to apply for permission to the Province to treat the ephemeral water body area and create a small capital project to remediate this area. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 007-21, being an amendment to the Municipal Development Plan, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to initiate formal circulation to agencies and adjacent properties as per the Municipal Government Act requirements. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Narayan that Council give First Reading to Bylaw 008-21, being the Clearwater Park Area Structure Plan, as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to initiate formal circulation to agencies and adjacent properties as per the Municipal Government Act requirements. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Narayan that Council direct Administration to add an item to the Action List which directs Administration to bring Bylaw 022-10, being the Land Use Bylaw, specifically Part 9 which speaks to signage around the City, to the January 25, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous

November 9 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Dean to terminate current appointments of the Utility Board 1538974 AB Ltd. effective November 9, 2021 at 2:41 p.m. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council appoint the following individuals as Board of Directors of Utility Board 1538974 AB Ltd. effective November 9, 2021 at 2:42 p.m.:
- Jeff Colvin
- Shannon Dean
- Mel Foat
- Blaine Funk
- Stephen Hanley
- Sandy Johal-Watt
- Ritesh Narayan

Unanimous

November 9 Committee of the Whole Meeting

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Dean that the Committee direct Administration to draft a Terms of Reference for a Committee with the purpose of identifying recreational needs for minor sports programs and present the Terms of Reference at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Johal-Watt that Council conduct a multi-year forensic audit for accounting and transparency purposes and for staff to recommend a timeframe of fifteen years covering major expenditures and Utility Company 1538974 AB Ltd. Unanimous

November 1 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council repeal Policy 654, that being the Public Conduct and Civil Discourse Policy.

Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to release all information that is not subject to Division 2 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. F-25 from the in camera discussions held at the October 26, 2021 Organizational Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct Administration to terminate the Civic Centre Fieldhouse Project. In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Deputy Mayor Foat
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
In opposition:
Councillor Dean
Councillor Johal-Watt
Councillor Narayan

Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to complete a feasibility review and bring Council quotations to build a fieldhouse at an alternative site to be determined. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to prioritize the high school site at either of the two sites presented.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to completely dissolve the municipally controlled utility company 1538974 Alberta Ltd. back into the municipal corporation with the appropriate asset management and appreciation accounting In favour:
Mayor Colvin
Deputy Mayor Foat
Councillor Funk
Councillor Hanley
In opposition:
Councillor Dean
Councillor Johal-Watt
Councillor Narayan

Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to produce a list of major projects which exceed three million dollars that have been active over the past fifteen years and bring it forward to the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting.  Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council create a Mayor’s Task Force made up of residents and a Council Representative with the purpose of reviewing the viability and safety of recreational activities on storm ponds within Chestermere. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to increase the speed limit threshold for flashing speed limit signs to 5km/h over the speed limit. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to look into the straightening of Rainbow Road South of Rainbow Falls Gate across the canal and provide an update at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous

October 28 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council revoke the Chief Administrative Officer appointment of Bernie Morton, effective October 29, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council appoint Harry Harker to the position of Interim Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Chestermere, effective October 29, 2021 at 9:01 a.m. Unanimous

October 26, 2021 Special Meeting of Council

Motion Vote
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct the Recording Officer of Council Meetings to record Elected Officials’ individual votes on all non-procedural votes such as third readings of bylaws, policy approvals, and any motions or resolutions that delegate authority or direction. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to present Policy 654, that being the Public Conduct and Civil Discourse Policy, at the November 9, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Funk that Council direct Administration to provide information regarding the complete dissolvement and municipalization of 1538974 AB Ltd. and other options for Council’s consideration. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Funk that Council direct Administration to provide legal counsel to the Ward 1 Rocky View School Board Trustee and Chestermere Calgary Catholic School Board Trustee regarding the size requirements, timelines, and site readiness of the proposed school sites. Unanimous
Moved by Deputy Mayor Foat that Council direct Administration to proceed in taking the necessary steps to increase the speed limit along the 60km/h zone of Chestermere Boulevard to 80 km/h after reprogramming the turning only sequence lights on Chestermere Boulevard on east/west traffic at Rainbow Road. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to take the necessary steps to change the road lanes at the West Chestermere Drive and Chestermere Boulevard intersection as presented. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Dean that Council direct Administration to draft a Terms of Reference for a Council Task Force with the purpose of addressing the servicing solutions and zoning alternatives for East Acreages and present the Terms of Reference at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Unanimous
Moved by Councillor Hanley that Council direct Administration to draft a Terms of Reference for a Council Task Force with the purpose of addressing the preservation of the Chestermere Golf Course and other community parks and lands and present the Terms of Reference at the December 14, 2021 Committee of the Whole. Unanimous