Special Town of Lake Cowichan meeting on Wednesday

The Town of Lake Cowichan’s elected officials haven’t had much luck putting together a council meeting, this month.

  • Aug. 29, 2011 10:00 a.m.

The Town of Lake Cowichan’s elected officials haven’t had much luck putting together a council meeting, this month.

Their Regular Council Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 23, had to be cancelled after they were unable to make quorum.

To make up for the meeting, a special meeting of council has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 31, beginning at 7 p.m.

The intent is to deal with items that were listed for the previous week’s cancelled meeting.

Items from the cancelled meeting include:

• A review of various committee minutes from different organizations.

• Appollos Hockey Club request for a beer gardens, on September 3.

• The town’s proposed Union of BC Municipalities resolutions.

• The expansion of the fire protection service area.

• A proposed council remuneration increase.

• The appointment of election officers for the November election.

• Town of Lake Cowichan five-year plan bylaw adoption.

• Revitalization Tax Exemption bylaw adoption.

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