April 8, 2019 Summary

Mayor’s Report
Members of Council will be attending the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities (AVICC) convention in Powell River April 12-14.
Section 5

RCMP Quarterly Review
Superintendent Miller presented Council with an overview of statistics and priorities in the RCMP’s Quarterly Review.
Section 6 a

Waterfront Walkway
Staff presented background information on the Waterfront Walkway and next steps forward, which include a Waterfront Walkway Feasibility Study. The study will be carried out to further examine the overall cost and implications of the walkway’s design.
Section 8 a

Privacy Initiatives
Council are endorsing the work that staff are undertaking to comply with the recommendations of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia, including the implementation of a Privacy Management Program and mandatory and ongoing training for all City employees and officers.
Section 8 b

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Four new public electric vehicle charging stations may be installed at City-owned sites, with Council approving a recommendation to participate in the Mid-Island Electric Vehicle Network Project and associated CleanBC Communities Fund Application with the Regional District of Nanaimo. $24,000 will be allocated from the 2019-2023 Financial Plan, which will be amended to add $80,000 to 2019 for the charging station projects, including grant contributions and City share.
Section 8 c

April 8, 2019 Council meeting - agenda, documents and video

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