Here are the motions to recommend for the next Regular Council Meeting taking place on October 20, 2021.

Municipality of the District of Clare
MOTIONS TO RECOMMEND
Wednesday, October 6, 2021

PROPOSED BY Councillor Brian Comeau and SECONDED BY Councillor Carl Deveau that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend increasing the Deed Transfer Tax for the Municipality of the District of Clare from 0.5% to 1%, effective April 1, 2022.
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PROPOSED BY Councillor Carl Deveau and SECONDED BY Councillor Brian Comeau that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend awarding the tender for the Library Washroom Renovation to Intuitive Carpentry Inc., in the amount of $26,525.54 plus HST, and that these funds be taken from the Municipality’s Capital Reserve.
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PROPOSED BY Councillor Nil Doucet and SECONDED BY Councillor Eric Pothier that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend writing a letter for the Société Acadienne de Clare in support of their operational funding request (2022-2025) to Canadian Heritage.    
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PROPOSED BY Councillor Philippe Gaudet and SECONDED BY Councillor Carl Deveau that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend appointing Ryan LeBlanc as the new Assistant Building Official and Assistant Fire Inspector for the Municipality of Clare.
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PROPOSED BY Councillor Eric Pothier and SECONDED BY Councillor Carl Deveau that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend making an application to the Department of Justice for the appointment of Ryan LeBlanc as Special Constable under the Nova Scotia Police Act for the Enforcement of Legislation and/or Municipal By-Laws.
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PROPOSED BY Councillor Brian Comeau and SECONDED BY Councillor Eric Pothier that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend purchasing a set of 12 rotor blades for the wastewater treatment plant in Church Point from Lakeside Equipment Corporation in the amount of $ 57,874 plus HST, as well as an additional allowance of $3,000 for shipping and $500 for hardware, for a total of $61,374 plus HST, and that these funds be taken from the Municipality’s Capital Reserve.
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PROPOSED BY Councillor Eric Pothier and SECONDED BY Councillor Carl Deveau that the Council for the Municipality of the District of Clare recommend writing a letter to the Belliveau Cove Development Commission in support of their ongoing fundraising efforts to purchase the Stella Maris, a 36-foot replica of a 17th century Dutch Royal Class Vessel.
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