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Disclosures of Pecuniary Interest

Once sworn into office, it is the obligation of all members of Council when making decisions or giving advice on council matters to act honestly and responsibly in carrying out their functions. Generally those obligations include the disclosures of pecuniary interest.

A pecuniary interest is a matter where one may have any direct or indirect conflict in relation to a matter under consideration. For an "indirect pecuniary interest" see Section 2 of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act. For a "deemed direct or indirect pecuniary interest" see Section 3 of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act.

The onus is on the member of Council to determine whether they are affected by the pecuniary interest provisions.

Effective January 1, 2018, it is required that all members of Council submit their disclosures of pecuniary interest in writing to the Clerk or immediately following the meeting during which they verbally disclose an interest in writing to the Clerk using the Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest Form.

A registry has been created of the written disclosures which is available for public inspection.

Meeting Date Name  Agenda Item Number and Reason of Conflict
March 13, 2018 Councillor Renaud

Closed Meeting Agenda Item C-2 

Councillor Renaud's property line is abutting the property of the proposed land dedication

May 8,

2018

Deputy Mayor Bondy

Regular Meeting Agenda Item E-1

Deputy Mayor Bondy's wife owns the farm adjacent to the subject closing

 

May 8,

2018

Councillor Renaud

Regular Meeting Agenda Item E-2

Councillor Renaud's father is an abutting ower to the

subject closing

 June 12, 2018 Deputy Mayor Bondy

Regular Meeting Agenda Item A3

Deputy Mayor Bondy's wife owns the farm which is the subject of the Closed Council Meeting Minutes 

 June 26, 2018 Deputy Mayor Bondy

Regular Meeting Agenda Item E4 & Bylaw 8182 

Deputy Mayor Bondy is an owner of rental properties