Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia - Where History Meets Opportunity

Toll Free: 1.877.522.1110

Phone: 902.532.2043

Establishing the Waterfront Development Committee

Policy No.: 2015-1
Supersedes:

Effective Date:
May 20, 2015
Approval By Council Motion No.:
10

Policy Statement:

  1. Council hereby establishes the Waterfront Development Committee as a standing committee.
  2. The mandate of the Waterfront Development Committee is to provide a plan for the
    Legacy 2017 project to develop all aspects of the waterfront area involving local
    community groups and attractions.

    1. to gather information to identify, explore, and plan a legacy project on the boardwalk, wharf, ship building, marina and green spaces such as Petit Park and the new Irving site, to be used in a large waterfront development project;
    2. to carry out public consultation and research potential opportunities;
    3. to take such other steps consistent with the Policy that the Committee reasonably deems necessary to carry out its mandate;
    4. to bring forward to Council any budget requests relevant to carrying out its mandate;
    5. to advise and make recommendations to Council and to report to Council monthly;
    6. to take action on such matters as are lawfully delegated to it by statute or by Council.
  3. The mandate of this Committee does not include running events.
  4. The Committee is authorized by Council to form sub-committees or task forces to deal with a particular issue within the Committee’s mandate and that any sub-committee or task force be chaired by a member of the Waterfront Development Committee.
  5. The Waterfront Development Committee shall be composed of a minimum of five (5) members to a maximum of seven (7) members in any combination of two Council Members, members of the Marketing and Economic Development Committee,business community members, and, that members be appointed by Council annually, in December of each year.

Waterfront Development Committee Policy- Signed

Share Button
Share Button