Exceptionally, and given the pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), you can find herein a draft of the proposed borrowing by-laws (in French only) and a draft of the resolution for designation of priority acts (in French only). These are draft and can be modified at any time before the special meeting of April 27, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
- By-Law number 300 entitled “By-Law decreeing an expense of $141,104 and a loan of $141,104 for the replacement of the membranes of the filtration plant – Mountain sector” (in French only)
- By-Law number 301 entitled “By-Law decreeing an expense of $325,461 and a loan of $325,461 to secure the Academy well – Village sector” (in French only)
- By-Law number 302 entitled “By-Law decreeing an expense of $262,470 and a loan of $262,470 for the protection of the Maple Street sewer pipe” (in French only)
- Draft resolution relating to the designation of priority acts (in French only)
Also, you can find herein a handout (frequently asked questions) on the proposed loan by-laws that may answer many of your questions.
Outcome of the objections
The Town received 62 objections: 59 valid objections and 3 rejected objections. The rejected objections were objections sent two times by citizens. As said in section 40.6 of the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities, the number of objections received is insufficient, so the division into electoral districts is maintained as of the day after the expiry of the time in which electors may make objections to its being maintained. It’s effective from May 1st, 2020.
Considering the new doubts of the health authorities concerning the transmission of the virus by paper, we have re-analyzed the situation.
We will accept letters of objection from voters sent by email to the following email address ([email protected]) with the subject line “Opposition to the Renewal of Electoral Districts”.