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File #: BL 21-026    Version: 1 Name: Bylaw 2021-15 Repeal of Wabamun Bylaws
Type: Bylaw Status: Carried
File created: 4/20/2021 In control: Council
On agenda: 5/11/2021 Final action: 5/11/2021
Title: Bylaw 2021-15 Repeal of Wabamun Bylaws Proposed Motions 1. That Bylaw 2021-15 receive first reading. 2. That Bylaw 2021-15 receive second reading. 3. That Bylaw 2021-15 be presented at this meeting for third reading. 4. That Bylaw 2021-15 receive third and final reading. 5. That Council approve authorization of electronic signature for Bylaw 2021-15 in accordance with Section 213 of the Municipal Government Act.
Attachments: 1. 1. Order in Council 386-2020, 2. 2. Bylaw 2021-15 Repeal Of Wabamun Bylaws, 3. 3. Administrative Report, 4. 4. Schedule A - Fire Services Matters
Related files: BL 21-013, BL 21-008, BL 21-022, BL 21-032, BL 21-028

Title

Bylaw 2021-15 Repeal of Wabamun Bylaws

 

Proposed Motions

1.  That Bylaw 2021-15 receive first reading.

2.  That Bylaw 2021-15 receive second reading.

3.  That Bylaw 2021-15 be presented at this meeting for third reading.

4.  That Bylaw 2021-15 receive third and final reading.

5.  That Council approve authorization of electronic signature for Bylaw 2021-15 in accordance with Section 213 of the Municipal Government Act.

 

Body

Administration Recommendation

Administration supports the proposed motions.

 

Purpose

A legislative review of the Wabamun bylaws to harmonize these bylaws within the context of other governing legislation in Parkland County.

 

Summary

In accordance with Order in Council 386/2020 effective January 1, 2021 the Village of Wabamun was dissolved and the former area of the village designated as a hamlet in Parkland County.  Under the provisions of Order in Council 386/2020 bylaws and resolutions of the former area of the village continue to apply until the bylaws or resolutions are repealed, amended or replaced by the Council of Parkland County.

 

Strategic Plan/Policy/Legal/Staff Implications

Bylaw 2021-15 has been written to align with Order in Council 286/2020

 

Financial Impact:

Cost:  n/a

Source of Funding:  n/a