CCRD Minutes in a Minute for December 2015

On Thursday December 10th, the CCRD Board of Directors held their regular meeting.

On Thursday December 10th, the CCRD Board of Directors held their regular meeting.  The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held on February 11th 2016 at the CCRD boardroom.  As always, the public is welcome to attend.

In addition to the 2016 committee and commission appointments, which can be found in the December 10th meeting minutes, the Board elected a new chair.  Area C Director Alison Sayers was voted in as Chair of the CCRD Board, while Area B Director Reg Moody-Humchitt was declared Vice-Chair.  The Central Coast Regional Hospital District Board saw the election of Directors Reg Moody-Humchitt and Cathi McCullagh as Chair and Vice-Chair respectively.

Some additional highlights from the December 10th board meeting include the following: the CCRD administration will write to the Ministry of Health regarding the regulation and licensing of Physician Assistants in British Columbia.

The Heiltsuk Economic Development Corporation will be submitting a grant application to Northern Development Initiative Trust for $50,000 to support the expansion and improvement of the Bella Bella Airport Terminal.

Residents are reminded that batteries, lightbulbs, household hazardous waste, aerosols, paints, flammables, used oil and antifreeze and all your Christmas lights that have stopped working are accepted at the Thorsen Creek Recycling Centre. For a complete listing of recyclable materials please visit the Services section of the CCRD Website.

Did You Know as a pedestrian you might be difficult to see?  Make sure you’re visible to drivers at all times. This is especially important at night, in low-light conditions such as dusk or dawn, or in inclement weather.  Wear reflective clothing and a safety light at night and brightly coloured clothing during the day.  Put down your phone. Don’t wear headphones. Stay alert and watch out.

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