What's happening at Monday's city council meeting

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

Moose Jaw city hall is pictured.

Council will consider an engineering review of the Natatorium's structural issues, recommending a decision be made about whether to repair the "temporary structural shoring" supporting the underside of the deck surrounding the pool basin;

Council will consider a request from Bobby's Place for an exemption from the Noise Bylaw so that the venue can hold an outdoor event including live music on July 27 from 5 p.m. to midnight;

Council will consider a letter from Glenda James, executive director of the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association, regarding a proclamation that June is Brain Injury Awareness Month;

Council will consider a report from the Development Appeals Board involving a request to construct an additional residential addition on the property at 1213 Willow Avenue;

Council will receive the quarterly report of the engineering department, as well as reports of the personnel, executive, youth advisory, and cultural diversity advisory committees and the municipal planning commission;

Council will introduce an amendment to the Dog Bylaw to allow off-leash running of dogs at the planned dog park at Hamilton Flats; an amendment to the dangerous dog bylaw banning them from the proposed off-leash dog park at Hamilton Flats; an amendment to the Pension Plan Bylaw to reflect changes made during collective bargaining; and an amendment to the Traffic Bylaw to permit the installation of special needs parking signage at 626 Main Street South.

 

Organizations: Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association, Development Appeals Board, 626 Main Street South

Geographic location: 1213 Willow Avenue

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