Village of Calder Council notes

On a cloudy Monday, June 22nd evening Mayor Subkow called the council meeting for the Village of Calder to order at 7:00 P.M. Both councillors, the administrator and the waterworks maintenance worker were present.

The council reviewed the water report and thanked the waterworks worker for attending before accepting his report.

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Next, there was a short discussion held about the Minutes of the last meeting.

The council then reviewed the Minutes from the budget meeting. Mayor Subkow made a motion to accept the budget meeting Minutes and the motion was carried.

Administrator Brock read the Correspondence and Mayor Subkow made a motion to accept it as read; the motion was carried.

Carrying on, the council reviewed the Financial Statement for the Village. Mayor Subkow made a motion to accept the Financial Statement and the motion was carried.

Administrator Brock gave her report, informing the council she has sent out the MEEP agreement. Tax notices have been prepared and are ready to be sent out to ratepayers along with the village utility bills.

Moving onto New Business, the Village of Calder received a request for four lots to be amalgamated for tax purposes. Mayor Subkow made the motion to allow the amalgamation which was carried.

The council reviewed and discussed the auditors draft briefly before Council Strand made the motion to accept the auditors draft; motion carried.

Councillor Shepp made a motion to adjourn the meeting; motion carried.

The next council meeting will be July 12th at 7:00 P.M.

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