Old policies reviewed
CORNER BROOK, N.L. — The City of Corner Brook did a little update on some of its policies during its public meeting Sept. 16, including removing a few that are no longer relevant. Fourteen policies were identified through a staff review and rescinded by council during the meeting. They include 12 policies related to a summer program the city no longer offers; a computer purchase program that has been discontinued, and dog licences, which are now covered under the city’s animal regulations. Council also voted to repeal its current parking meter bylaw and replace it with a new one. The change will bring regulations in line with the provincial Highway Traffic Act and the its Accessible Parking Regulations. The new bylaw will list the amounts of parking fines which are not referenced in the Highway Traffic Act.