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Friday April 7 LEAP presentation Energy Sustainability Chris Turner

Friday April 7 Responsible Conduct Consultation Gary MacIsaac

Friday April 7 Tribal Journeys Community Meeting Spring 2017

Saturday April 8 Island Corridor Foundation part 1

Saturday April 8 Island Corridor Foundation part 2

Saturday April 8 Island Corridor Foundation part 3 form

Saturday April 8 Solid Waste Committee Edwin Grieve

Saturday April 8 Open Space Notes Health Networks

Saturday April 8 Forestry Management Brian Frenkel UBCM

Saturday April 8 Forestry Management Craig Sutherland FLNRO

Saturday April 8 Forestry Management Mike Larock BCFP

Saturday April 8 Forestry Management Discussion Question

Saturday April 8 Abandoned Vessels Sheila Malcolmson

Saturday April 8 Abandoned Vessels Sheila Malcolmson – Pictures of Abandoned Vessels

Saturday April 8 Western Canada Marine Response Michael Lowry

Saturday April 8 Clear Seas Peter Ellis

Sunday April 9 Invasive Species Coastal ISC and Broombusters Rachelle McElroy and Joanne Sales

Sunday April 9 Physical Literacy Drew Mitchell

 

 

WHEREAS motorized scooters are unclearly defined under provincial legislation and there are no licencing requirements for scooters and scooter operators;

AND WHEREAS without regulations to control when and where scooters are used and appropriate training and testing of scooter operators, the safety of all motorists, businesses and pedestrians are at risk:

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town of Sidney supports regulating the use of motorized scooters and the licencing of scooters and scooter operators and that UBCM encourage the provincial government to implement these provisions under the Motor Vehicle Act.

On motion, duly moved and seconded, that the resolution be amended to read “AVICC” was endorsed.

The motion then read:
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that AVICC supports regulating the use of motorized scooters and the licencing of scooters and scooter operators and that UBCM encourage the provincial government to implement these provisions under the Motor Vehicle Act.

ON MOTION, as amended, was ENDORSED