The following items are on the agenda for Monday’s regular council meeting at city hall:
• Moose Jaw Public Library Board chairman Terry Gabel will present the 2011 Moose Jaw Public Library annual report.
• Council will consider giving authorization for the city to make the initial application for tax title pursuant to the provisions of the Tax Enforcement Act in respect to several local properties.
• Parks and recreation director Jody Hauta will present the monthly update on Mosaic Place and the field house
• Council will consider reports from the budget committee, executive committee, heritage advisory committee, youth advisory committee and environment advisory committee
• Coun. Dawn Luhning will introduce three motions at Monday’s council meeting, including: “That administration be directed to investigate the feasibility of parking on only one side of said streets for ease for emergency vehicles to pass through and other necessary issues that arise on those streets while SIAST is in session;
“And that administration recommend the streets and blocks this apply to along with the opportunity to discuss any of these options with the affected residents.”
Luhning’s second motion is as follows: “That administration be authorized to prepare a report to executive committee for costs that would be incurred to clear all sidewalks around the perimeter of Crescent Park from snow and also the parks going to and from the museum and library for safe public access to these facilities.”
Her third motion is as follows: “That administration be directed to provide a report to executive committee or committee of the whole to discuss the options of a systematic parking ban during snow events in order that city streets can be plowed with more efficiency.”
• Coun. Don Mitchell will introduce the following motion: “That Moose Jaw city council and administration host a public consultation on March 22 to review and consider options for assessment and collection of the required municipal portion of the hospital levy and report back to executive committee on March 26.”