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(*Closed mee#ngs will be noted if there are any scheduled otherwise all mee#ngs are open to the public.) MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 2020 Standing Policy Commi!ee on Environment, U"li"es and Corporate Services Council Chamber, City Hall at 9:00 a.m. Standing Policy Commi!ee on Transporta"on Council Chamber, City Hall at 2:00 p.m. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2020 Standing Policy Commi!ee on Planning, Development and Community Services Council Chamber, City Hall at 9:00 a.m. Standing Policy Commi!ee on Finance Council Chamber, City Hall at 2:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2020 Advisory Commi!ee Orienta"on Council Chamber, City Hall at 12:00 p.m. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 2020 City Council Strategic Planning Session* Gallery Suites, TCU Place (35 – 22nd Street East) at 9:00 a.m. * In Camera – Strategic Planning – Sec!on 94(4) The Ci!es Act The next Regular Business and Public Hearing Mee"ngs of City Council are scheduled for Monday, January 27, 2020 beginning at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. respec"vely. Regular and Public Hearing mee#ngs of City Council are broadcast live on Channel 10 star#ng at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., respec#vely. Public mee#ngs of City Council, including public mee#ngs of the Governance and Priori#es Commi!ee and Standing Policy Commi!ees are also video-streamed live on the City’s website as well as archived for future viewing. Go to saskatoon.ca/mee#ngs. Agendas for public mee#ngs may be viewed by visi#ng our website at saskatoon.ca/mee#ngs. For further informa#on regarding these mee#ngs or informa#on on communica#ng with City Council or its Commi!ees, visit our website at saskatoon.ca and look under City Hall or contact the City Clerk’s Oﬃce at (306) 975-3240.
Closed mee#ngs may be held, but are not open to the public because they deal with issues that are sensi#ve in nature and meet the requirements of Part III of The Local Authority Freedom of Informa!on and Protec!on of Privacy Act. No ﬁnal decisions may be made at closed mee#ngs. If there are closed mee#ngs they will be noted in the above lis#ng.
Proposed Street Closure – Por"on of 100 Block 9th Street East The City of Saskatoon is proposing the following street closure – por#on of 100 Block 9th Street East – Nutana Neighbourhood. The area will remain public right-of-way but permanently closed to vehicular traﬃc. Right turns onto the Idylwyld Drive on-ramp from 9th Street East will not be allowed. Loca"on: 100 Block 9th Street East near intersec"on of 9th Street East & Idylwyld Drive Ramp
PUBLIC MEETING - City Council will consider the above ma!er and hear all persons present at the City Council mee#ng and wish to speak on Monday January 27, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, City Hall, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS – If you wish to submit a le!er on this ma!er for City Council’s considera#on, it must be received by Monday January 27, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Mail to: His Worship the Mayor and Members of City Council c/o City Clerk’s Oﬃce, City Hall 222 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 0J5 ONLINE SUBMISSIONS Visit the City of Saskatoon website saskatoon.ca and search “write a le!er to Council” or visit this page: saskatoon.ca/write-le!er-councilcommi!ees SUBMISSION QUESTIONS Contact the City Clerk’s Oﬃce at 306-975-3240. INFORMATION - Ques#ons regarding the proposal may be directed to: Service Saskatoon Contact Centre Phone: 306-975-2476 Email: email@example.com
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SASKATOON PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD The Saskatoon Public Library Board helps connect the ci#zens of Saskatoon to lifelong learning and engagement opportuni#es in order to meet present and future challenges. The Board ﬁlls a governance role for the municipal library system as outlined in The Public Libraries Act; and to ensure that library programs, services and facili#es meet the needs of the ci#zens of Saskatoon. Considera#on for service on this Board includes the following general qualiﬁca#ons and one or more of the speciﬁc skill sets: • Knowledge of the public library and its services; • Possession of a valid library card; • Connec#ons with Indigenous community and commitment to reconcilia#on; • Involvement with early childhood literacy programming; • Experience with capital campaigns and fund development; • Connec#ons with New Canadians; • Financial exper#se; • Philanthropic connec#ons; and • Legal exper#se
The Board holds a minimum of eight mee#ngs per year, on the third Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m. Addi#onal mee#ng #me is held each month should it be needed. Commi!ee work is scheduled over and above mee#ngs. There are no mee#ngs in July and August. There is no remunera#on paid to Board members. Interested applicants are asked to submit an applica#on and resumé with two le!ers of reference using the Commi!ee Applica#on Form and Reference Form found online at saskatoon.ca/boards by no later than the extended deadline of 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 31, 2020. All completed applica#ons received to date and before the extended deadline will be considered. Note: Upon applying to this Board, your applica"on/resumé/reference le!ers may be shared with current Board members as part of the review process. Please contact the City Clerk’s Oﬃce at 306-975-3240 if you have any ques#ons regarding the applica#on process.
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