Railway Avenue Design
Council accepted a comprehensive Concept Design Brief for underground utility work and above-ground design changes on Railway Avenue South and directed staff to go ahead with detailed design and construction. This project is the first phase of a larger project that will see improvements made to the entire length of Railway Avenue. For more information visit https://canmore.ca/projects/transportation-projects/railway-avenue
New Snow and Ice Control Policy Approved
Things have changed in the 17 years since Council approved the Town’s snow removal policy, so today they approved a modern snow and ice control policy to address changes in transportation infrastructure, Town resources, and environmental sustainability.
Council also approved:
· Adding the manager of IT to the list of designated officers,
· Charging Three Sisters Mountain Village a fee of $4,300 to process a subdivision application to consolidate their parcels in the resort centre area into a single parcel,
· Addition of temporary admin support in the economic development department and an in-house project coordinator for the Transportation Improvement Program 2020 (TIP20), and
· A shift to how recreation fees are determined.
To read reports in the meeting agenda package or watch a video of the meeting visit https://canmore.ca/town-hall/town-council/council-minutes-agendas