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Committees and Boards

 

The Municipality of Trent Lakes has established boards and committees to provide advice and recommendations to Council. Most committees include members of the public and members of Council.

Some advisory committees are provincially legislated, while others are created by Council to address a specific topic or facility. Advisory committees or special project/ad hoc committees may be created on a temporary basis with a specific end date.

Each advisory committee must adhere to a clearly defined Terms of Reference approved by Council. All committees must provide a report to Council at least one per year. They must also post all meeting agendas and minutes online.

Committees and Boards

The Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) acts as an advisory body to Council to recommend on matters associated with generating and sustaining employment, business investment and the overall economic well-being of the Municipality of Trent Lakes.

Committee Documents:
Agendas
Minutes

Committee Members:
Mayor Clarkson
Councillor Armstrong
Christine Brickman
Gregg Bryce
Gerry Forestell
David Reid
Rayna Taylor
John Wright

References and Resources:
Terms of Reference

The Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee acts as an advisory body to the Municipality of Trent Lakes Council and provides support and advice to applicable Staff relative to enhancing the quality of recreation and culture through a wide range programming, opportunities for physical activity, social interaction and community engagement.

Committee Documents:
Agendas
Minutes

Committee Members:
Councillor Franzen
Councillor Lambshead/Deputy Mayor Windover (alternating)
Bruce Averill
Sheila Cook
Marlys Kerkman
Bob Taylor-Vaisey
Bill Kent, Buckhorn Community Centre
Molly Kriksic, Buckhorn Community Centre alternate

References and Resources:
Terms of Reference

The Ontario Planning Act establishes the authority for the Committee of Adjustment to make decisions on minor variances, permissions and consents on property, submitted by the applicant and/or their agent. The Committee of Adjustment is a committee appointed by Council comprised that meet on a regular basis.

Committee Documents:
Agenda
Minutes

Committee Members:
Councillor Lambshead
Councillor Franzen
Don Bowles
Sharon Brickman
Adri Eastman

References and Resources:
Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapters P.13 (44 & 45)
Planning Act, Ontario Regulation 200/96, regarding Minor Variance applications

Board Documents:
Agendas
Minutes

Board Members:
Mayor Janet Clarkson
Jim Inch, Vice Chair

Reference and Resources
Members of Police Services Boards Code of Conduct
Police Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.15