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Council Meeting Highlights for July 22, 2019

Date

For City of Langley Regular Council meeting of July 22, 2019.
Please note these are not the official minutes. Council Meeting Highlights are an informal summary. Council Meeting agenda is available on the City’s website www.langleycity.ca/council-admin/city-council/council-meetings. For more information, please contact kkenney@langleycity.ca or pkusack@langleycity.ca 

Bylaw 3107 - Financial Plan 2019 – 2023 Amendment

Council gave Final reading of a bylaw to amend the 2019-2023 Financial Plan.

Arts and Culture Task Group Recommendation

Council approved the recommendation from the Arts and Culture Task Group to consider incorporating art work into Langley City capital projects such as the picnic shelter renewal at City Park, and that such artwork incorporate the four cornerstones referenced in the Langley City: Nexus of Community vision.

Grade Crescent Concept Design Update

 Council received the report from the Director of Engineering, Parks & Environment regarding Grade Crescent Concept Design for information.

 2019 Community Grants

 Council endorsed the recommendation of the Community Grant Committee to award community grants totaling $20,558.34 to various organizations.

Telecommunications Antenna Application TA 01-18 - 20361 Duncan Way

Council supported the application by LandSolutions LP for a 30.0 m, freestanding monopole telecommunications antenna tower at 20361 Duncan Way in accordance with the Telecommunications Antenna Policy and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada regulations.

Innes Corners Christmas Display Improvements

Council allocated $21,000 from the Enterprise Fund to provide a new Christmas Light Display at Innes Corners Plaza.

United Way - Period Promise Campaign

Council directed staff to provide a report regarding the cost and implementation of providing city facilities, including recreational spaces and libraries, working with homeless, street-involved, and low income and vulnerable girls, women, trans individuals and non-binary people access to free menstrual products in a manner that reduces menstrual stigma and endorsed the United Way Period Promise campaign as a locally-built solution that promotes health, wellbeing, security and dignity in our community.