May 18th, 2024

Council amends bylaws in truncated meeting


By Lethbridge Herald on December 1, 2021.

Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday gave second and third readings to five bylaws in a meeting that barely lasted an hour.
The purpose of Bylaw 6320 repealing bylaws 5712, 5847 and 6078 was to repeal borrowing bylaws that are no longer required because they have been identified as redundant or will be replaced by a new borrowing bylaw.
Bylaw 6325, an amendment to bylaw 6146, the waste bylaw, was also approved. The purpose of this is to include updated definitions and landfill fees as per the schedule presented during the Capital Improvement Program for the Waste and Recycling Utility.
Bylaw 6327 amended bylaw 6234, the regulated default supply bylaw. This amended bylaw updates the rates and provides information on what factors go into determining the rates in Schedule A.6. which have been updated.
Bylaw 6328 amended bylaw 6233, the regulated rate option bylaw. The regulated rate option tariff sets the monthly energy price for customers who don’t choose a retailer within the city boundaries. The amend bylaw updates the rates and provides information on what factors go into determining the rates in Schedule A.6.
Bylaw 6336 is intended to break out the residential property class to include a multi-family residential subclass.
Like the other bylaws, it was carried unanimously.
Several borrowing bylaws have been sent back to administration to be reworded and will return to council in the new year.

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