What's happening at Monday's regular city council meeting

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The following items are on the agenda for Monday's regular meeting of city council:

Council will receive notice of a developmental appeals board meeting.

Council will receive a report seeking approval for the rates and procedures of the city's dust control program for the 2014 year. The report includes an increase of three per cent on rates to be charged to property owners who benefit from the dust control program.

Council will consider the minutes of the executive committee meeting from March 31. These minutes include the request to transfer approximately $30,000 of Moose Jaw's Downtown Pride Fund monies to the Salvation Army, adjustments to the city's landfill rates, a review of transit fares and several confidential requests.

Council will review the reports of the cultural diversity and youth advisory committees and the municipal planning commission.

Four proposed amendments to the city's Traffic Bylaw will be introduced, as well as a proposed amendment to the Zoning Bylaw. The amendments to the Traffic Bylaw include a reduced speed limit on Ninth Avenue Southwest due to new development south of Warner Street, relocation of signage for the school bus loading zone at Prince Arthur Community School, installation of a para-transit loading zone sign in front of Ross Wells Ballpark, and traffic signage for a new parking lot on 245 River Street East. 

Organizations: Downtown Pride Fund, Salvation Army, Prince Arthur Community School

Geographic location: Moose Jaw, Ninth Avenue Southwest, Warner Street 245 River Street East

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