Media Release – July 12, 2017 Council Meeting Summary

For Immediate Release:  July 14, 2017

The following items were discussed at the regular monthly meeting of the Stratford Town Council.

Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF) – Asset Management Purchase

The Town of Stratford received funding under the Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF) towards the purchase of an Asset Management/integrated software system. Stratford currently uses the TownSuite software system for accounts payable, receivable and payroll. Additional TownSuite modules will be purchased from ProCom Data Townsuite Municipal Software for asset management and related transactions in the amount of $123,975 + HST which includes installation and training.

Schools in Stratford

The Town of Stratford endorses the recommendation of the Public Schools Branch Board of Directors to add additional school infrastructure in the Stratford area, and stands ready to collaborate with the Public Schools Branch, school administrations and parents to identify the additional school infrastructure that is required to serve Stratford area students.

CADC Board Appointment of CAO

As requested by the province, Robert Hughes, Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Stratford, will be appointed to the CADC Board.

Noise and Nuisance Bylaw Exemption, 32 Langley Road

It was resolved that an exemption from the Noise and Nuisance Bylaw be granted for a wedding and reception being held at 32 Langley Road on August 12 until 1:00 a.m. on August 13.

Staff Compensation System

It was resolved that responsibility for the employee job classification and compensation plan be delegated to the Chief Administrative Officer, except for the classification and compensation of the Chief Administrative Officer, which shall remain the responsibility of Council.

 

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For more information please contact:

Erin Clarke, Community Engagement Coordinator
Phone: (902) 569-6921
Email: eclarke@townofstratford.ca

Media Release – July 12, 2017 Council Meeting Summary

For Immediate Release:  July 14, 2017

The following items were discussed at the regular monthly meeting of the Stratford Town Council.

Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF) – Asset Management Purchase

The Town of Stratford received funding under the Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF) towards the purchase of an Asset Management/integrated software system. Stratford currently uses the TownSuite software system for accounts payable, receivable and payroll. Additional TownSuite modules will be purchased from ProCom Data Townsuite Municipal Software for asset management and related transactions in the amount of $123,975 + HST which includes installation and training.

Schools in Stratford

The Town of Stratford endorses the recommendation of the Public Schools Branch Board of Directors to add additional school infrastructure in the Stratford area, and stands ready to collaborate with the Public Schools Branch, school administrations and parents to identify the additional school infrastructure that is required to serve Stratford area students.

CADC Board Appointment of CAO

As requested by the province, Robert Hughes, Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Stratford, will be appointed to the CADC Board.

Noise and Nuisance Bylaw Exemption, 32 Langley Road

It was resolved that an exemption from the Noise and Nuisance Bylaw be granted for a wedding and reception being held at 32 Langley Road on August 12 until 1:00 a.m. on August 13.

Staff Compensation System

It was resolved that responsibility for the employee job classification and compensation plan be delegated to the Chief Administrative Officer, except for the classification and compensation of the Chief Administrative Officer, which shall remain the responsibility of Council.

 

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For more information please contact:

Erin Clarke, Community Engagement Coordinator
Phone: (902) 569-6921
Email: eclarke@townofstratford.ca

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Media Release – July 12, 2017 Council Meeting Summary

For Immediate Release:  July 14, 2017

The following items were discussed at the regular monthly meeting of the Stratford Town Council.

Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF) – Asset Management Purchase

The Town of Stratford received funding under the Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF) towards the purchase of an Asset Management/integrated software system. Stratford currently uses the TownSuite software system for accounts payable, receivable and payroll. Additional TownSuite modules will be purchased from ProCom Data Townsuite Municipal Software for asset management and related transactions in the amount of $123,975 + HST which includes installation and training.

Schools in Stratford

The Town of Stratford endorses the recommendation of the Public Schools Branch Board of Directors to add additional school infrastructure in the Stratford area, and stands ready to collaborate with the Public Schools Branch, school administrations and parents to identify the additional school infrastructure that is required to serve Stratford area students.

CADC Board Appointment of CAO

As requested by the province, Robert Hughes, Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Stratford, will be appointed to the CADC Board.

Noise and Nuisance Bylaw Exemption, 32 Langley Road

It was resolved that an exemption from the Noise and Nuisance Bylaw be granted for a wedding and reception being held at 32 Langley Road on August 12 until 1:00 a.m. on August 13.

Staff Compensation System

It was resolved that responsibility for the employee job classification and compensation plan be delegated to the Chief Administrative Officer, except for the classification and compensation of the Chief Administrative Officer, which shall remain the responsibility of Council.

 

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For more information please contact:

Erin Clarke, Community Engagement Coordinator
Phone: (902) 569-6921
Email: eclarke@townofstratford.ca

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