Chapleau Town Council has a busy night ahead, with another regular meeting.
Included on tonight's agenda is a presentation from Newmont Goldcorp - which owns the nearby Borden Gold Mine - as well as a by-law to regulate smoking in public places, and resolutions approving: a $10,000 quote for trip hazard removal work; nearly $8000 for zamboni conditioner rebuild and ice power edger repairs; detailed designs for the Downtown Revitalization project; a $2000 proposal for removal of anchor plates and repairs of the dock at the rear of the Civic Centre; and a total of nearly $20,000 in evaluations of equipment and infrastructure at the Recreation Centre.
Council will also consider deferring 2019 bridge rehabilitation work and instead approving the replacement of the Sanitary Forcemain and other "aged infrastructure" on Dufferin Street, which would be backed by outside funding.
There's also a single "in-camera" item, a "personal matter about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees".
Aside from the "in-camera" portion, tonight's meeting is open to the public, starting at 6:30 pm in Civic Centre Council Chambers.