Here are some of the items that will be considered this week:
- City council will receive operating and capital financial updates, which were postponed from the Nov. 22 council meeting.
- Councillor Anne Stevenson has indicated that she will make a motion asking administration to explore the possibility to "pedestrianize" 102 Avenue adjacent to the Valley Line LRT.
- The Business Improvement Area (BIA) association budgets, which are funded through tax levies, are up for consideration. Council will also approve board membership for BIA's.
- Council will be informed about decisions by the previous council relating to the "sale of greenfield residential land holdings and the history of Enterprise Land Development with a focus on the recent decision to sell current greenfield land holdings."
- Utility committee will review amendments to the waste services capital budget and the amended operating budget, with a recommended 0% increase to the rate filing for 2022 except for multi-unit transitional customer rates.
- It will also look at adjustments to the 2022 operating budget for Blatchford Renewable Energy. If recommended to council by utility committee, councillors will vote on new customer utility rates and fees for 2022 for the area.
- A city council public hearing will consider a variety of bylaws, including an amendment to the Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan to build a four-storey development; commercial zoning, infill requests, and more.
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