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Minutes of Meeting of Weymouth Board of Commissioners

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Village of Weymouth was held on March 15th 2022 in the meeting room at the Medical Centre with Commissioners Gaudett, Frizzell, and Mullen present.

Meeting was called to order by the Chair at 7:00 pm.

The minutes of the meeting of February 7th, 2022 were approved as presented on motion by Commissioner Mullen and seconded by Commissioner Frizzell. January’s meeting had been cancelled.

Business Arising out of the Minutes:
-Municipality has been advised of 2022/23 village rate
-Chair Gaudett attended the public meeting on the previously advised closure of the Royal Bank Branch in Weymouth. Efforts continue to secure continued use of banking machine.

-Municipal letter requesting Commission approval of the Accessibility Plan..
-Email from various parties on the bank closure
-Email copies of correspondence between our insurance broker and the fire department.
-Copy of letter from RBC announcing the closure of the Weymouth Branch.

Financial Reports: An updated financial report was presented by Clerk Treasurer. Approved on motion by Commissioner Frizzell seconded by Commissioner Mullen.

New Business:
-With reference to the letter from the Municipality, after review of the submitted plan a motion to formally approve the Digby Accessibility plan was approved on motion by Commissioner Frizzell, seconded by Commissioner Mullen.
-A request from the Municipality to cost share the installation of a street light for the water fountain was approved on motion by Commissioner Mullen, Seconded by Commissioner Frizzell for up to the $500 requested.
-The Nova Scotia Health Authority have requested renewal of lease in the medical centre currently housing the nurse practitioners. Following discussion on possible rent increase it was agreed to renewal as is for an additional two years. Chair to sign on behalf of the commission.
-With the Provincial State of Emergency set to expire on March 21st it will be necessary for us to hold annual meeting within 90 days. Year end financial information will be sent to our auditors so that financial statements can be presented for 2022 along with 2020 and 2021.

Commission meetings will continue to be held on the first Monday of the month unless otherwise advised. There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:10 on motion Commissioner Frizzell seconded by Commissioner Mullen

Respectively submitted¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬


________________ _____________________ Clerk Treasurer Chair

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