WATCH: Chilliwack trustees to vote on increased development charges

Regular school board meeting includes pipeline problems, need for new schools and more

The final Chilliwack School District board meeting takes place June 18, and will include discussions on increasing development charges, adjusting trustee remuneration rates, and moving the pipeline away from a local middle school.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the board office, but will also be available to stream online at the district’s YouTube channel.

Chilliwack School District YouTube

One of the main discussions will be on the potential increase of development charges. Staff says the increase will bring the current School Site Acquisition Charges in line with current demand and the cost of real estate.

READ MORE: Funding for new Chilliwack schools could drive up development costs

Trustees will also amend the policy for their remuneration, following their decision to increase remuneration earlier this year. In addition, they will look at changing a policy that allows trustees to roll over unused expenses to a following year.

READ MORE: Chilliwack trustees could see pay hike of 8.3 per cent

The meeting will also include a recommendation to write a letter to federal entitities to move the Trans Mountain pipeline away from a local middle school.

To read the full agenda while viewing the meeting, see below.

Regular Board Meeting Agenda Package – June 18, 2019_1 by Jess Peters on Scribd


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