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File #: BL-17-024    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Bylaw Status: Committee Business
File created: 3/16/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/12/2017 Final action:
Title: Bylaw 36/2017 Protection of Persons and Property & Bylaw 37/2017 Parks Presented by: Aaron Giesbrecht, Manager
Attachments: 1. Proposed Bylaw 36/2017, 2. Proposed Bylaw 37/2017, 3. Previously Distributed Agenda Report
TAMRMS#: B06

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Bylaw 36/2017 Protection of Persons and Property & Bylaw 37/2017 Parks
Presented by: Aaron Giesbrecht, Manager

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RECOMMENDATION(S)
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Protection of Person’s and Property Bylaw

1. That Bylaw 36/2017, being a bylaw to provide for the Protection of Persons and Property within the City of St. Albert, be read a first time.

Parks Bylaw

2. That Bylaw 37/2017, being amendment 2 to the Parks Bylaw 19/65, be read a first time.

3. That Administration gather and incorporate feedback on Bylaw 36/2017 Protection of Persons & Property and Bylaw 37/2017 Parks and bring both Bylaws back to Council for 2nd and 3rd reading prior to the end of Q3, 2017.

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PURPOSE OF REPORT

Council has directed Administration to draft and present a new Protection of Person’s and Property Bylaw in accordance with direction from the July 4, 2016 Council meeting. This report and the attached Bylaw is being presented to share the proposed Bylaw that Administration has prepared.

COUNCIL DIRECTION

On July 4, 2016 Council passed the following motions:

(C453-2016)
That Administration draft a new Protection of Persons and Property Bylaw as outlined in Attachment 2 to the July 4, 2016 agenda report entitled “Protection of Persons and Property Bylaw Review Report” and bring it to Council for consideration by June 30, 2017.

BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION

On July 4, 2016 Administration presented Council with the results of a routine administrative review of the Protection of Persons and Property Bylaw. The review was initiated in keeping with the intent of Council Policy C-CC-1 City Council and Administrative Policy Development, where Administration had recognized that this Bylaw had not been reviewed since 1986.

The Protection of Persons and Property Bylaw 11/63 was originally enacted in 1963. Amendments took place in 1972 as well as 1986.

The Bylaw as it stands today regulates five main activities:

1. Prohibits offensiv...

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