Pontiac Council - $1 million loan for vehicles
Two members of the public attended the February 14 Pontiac council meeting in the Luskville community centre. Councillor Amyotte was absent.
Three borrowing bylaws for a total of $1.4 million are modified by refinancing through bank notes. Three tenders were received from a public call, with the lowest cost being from Financière Banque Nationale.
A draft umbrella borrowing bylaw was tabled for a loan of $1 million for vehicles and equipment for Public works.
A resolution to clarify that Mario Allen, Acting Director general is also Secretary-Treasurer and Clerk was passed.
The names of the current mayor and finance director are added to the municipal credit card accounts and the names of former officials removed. The finance director Mario Pilon is named as the administrator of the Desjardins bank account instead of the former director general.
Councillors Lacasse and Allen voted against an additional salary level for the position of janitor, to recognize years of service. It was passed by a majority.
Requests to the CPTAQ
Four members of the Lelièvre family ask for lots on cr Lelièvre totalling 6.7 ha to be removed from the farm zone.
Another request is for the proposed daycare to be excluded from the farm zone.
Karim Schir wants to use 0.5 ha of the 1.9 ha lot at 3900 ch du Lac-des-Loups to build a residence.
Two requests maintain farmland but require CPTAQ approval, at 476 ch de la Baie and 223 ch Vaillant.
Phase 2 of Domaine des Chutes is authorized to create 22 lots. The parks contribution was made in phase 1.
Annick Régimbald will replace Alain Goulet on the Environment committee.
David Massé of Conception Plein Air will develop plans to improve the Quyon Park as a tourist park for $14,946 and the Luskville Park for residents for $9,925.
Eight canopies will be bought from Uline for $4,336, for various events.
A contest for Pontiac youth to find and name a mascot for the day camp, with a total of $200 in prizes is authorized.
The coordinator will manage a project to revive the Quyon Jam Fest as the “Pontiac country (music) festival”.
The contract with Éditions Média Plus Communication to produce a municipal calendar is renewed for 2024-2026, with editorial content provided by the municipality. This will be funded by advertising, at no cost to the municipality.
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