• Affordability of Healthy Eating – Anita Ely, Specialist Environmental Health Officer and Melissa Hemphill, Food Security Coordinator presented the results of the BCCDC Food Costing in BC 2017 Report showing that many British Columbians can’t afford a basic healthy diet.
• The 2020-2024 Financial Plan Timeline submitted by the Director of Finance was approved by Council.
• The 2018 Statement of Financial Information was approved.
• Neighbourhood Land Use Plan – Johnson Heights – Council approved recommendations made by Committee of the Whole on June 13, 2019 to continue the planning process for the Johnson Heights area, including early public consultation and the processing of rezoning and Official Community Plan amendment applications.
• Building Amendment Bylaw No. 2248 was adopted by Council.
• Approval to Purchase a Fire Water Tender — Council approved the purchase of a 3000-gallon water tender as required by the Columbia Shuswap Regional District Area B Rural Fire Protection Agreement. The CSRD shall pay the cost of the water tender to the City to a maximum of $250,000.