Quinte West Council Meeting Highlights for July 19, 2021

Delegations / Petitions

4:04 – A delegation from Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward on the new Animal Care and Adoption Centre
25:17 – A presentation from City staff and Quinte West O.P.P. on the Community Safety and Well-being Plan
Public Input

51:06 – Council received public input regarding the Community Safety and Well-being plan.
56:17 – Council received public input regarding the gypsy moth infestation.

Committee Reports, Staff Reports and Approval of Accounts

1:03:02 – Council deferred the adoption of the proposed Indigenous land acknowledgement statement.
1:18:28 – Council authorized staff to apply for a grant opportunity through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund for the Centennial Park boat launch.
1:19:11 – Council approved the Quinte West Safety and Well-being Plan.
1:19:40 – Council approved recognition depicting feathers and the flying of an Indigenous culture/support flag depicting the Medicine Wheel year-round be incorporated in the Waterfront Trail tender, the flying of an orange flag on Sept. 30 of every year in support of the Every Child Matters movement and the flying of a No More Stolen Sisters flag on May 5 of every year in support of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.
1:21:15 – Council supported a motion to engage BioForest to document gypsy moth infestations and propose treatment options.
1:33:12 – Council approved bylaws regarding the rezoning of lands, Official Plan amendments, road systems, below ground services in Murray township and the Planning Act.

The full meeting can be viewed here: quintewest.site/LiveCouncil

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