Nothing of note in this week’s Town of Parry Sound council meeting agenda. It’s very short so take a quick look for anything that might be important to you. Item 4.1 is sort of interesting – cheap, cheap, cheap.

Closed Session
b) personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees, (staff member performance review)
c) a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land for municipal or local board purposes, (request for Town to take ownership of a property);
e) litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board, (claim against Town funds);
n) educating or training council members and no member discusses or otherwise deals with any matter in a way that materially advances the business or decision-making of Council, (Site Locations for Parry Sound Area Recreation Centre)

4.1 – Mackenzie Taylor, Deputy Clerk, Township of Carling.

Carling Township opposition to EMS Surplus Levy.

4.2 – Mackenzie Taylor, Deputy Clerk, Township of Carling.
Future Special Meeting to be held to hear recommendations from Wellness Centre & Pool Committee after the grant has been determined.

4.3 – Rita Orr, CEO, Parry Sound Public Library.
Budget request of $211,150.00 for 2021.

5.1 – April Denham, Executive Director, Downtown Business Association; and Brenda Ryan, Chair Beautification Committee; Amy Black/Karen Hobson, Chair, Events Committee; Seanan Megyesi, Marketing Committee.
2020 Year in Review

Resolutions and Direction to Staff
9.1.1 – Letter of support to Ministry of Energy regarding net-metering.
That as measure of the Town’s commitment to energy management, grid resilience and moving toward being a net-zero community, Council hereby authorizes the Mayor to sign the attached letter of support to the Ministry of Energy regarding net-metering in the Town of Parry Sound.

9.2.1 – Respond to Council Direction Regarding Payment of Cash-in-Lieu of Parking.
That, as a result of staff’s review as documented in the attached report, no changes will be made to the cash-in-lieu of parking policy/By-law.

10.1.1 – Funding Agreement for Installation of Access Controls (Fobbing).

By-law 2020 – 7082
Being a by-law to authorize ratification of the execution of an agreement with PMCN for a Business Technology Improvement Grant for access controls (fobbing)

10.4.1 – 2020 Debenture Capital Works – Waubeek & Isabella Streets.
By-law 2020 – 7083
Being a By-law to approve the submission of an application to Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation (“OILC”) for the long-term financing of certain capital works (Isabella and Waubeek Streets) of The Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound (The “Municipality”); and to authorize the entering into of a rate offer letter agreement pursuant to which the municipality will issue debentures to OILC.