Lethbridge Minute: Mask Bylaw, EMS Dispatch, and Potential Gun Bylaws

Lethbridge Minute: Mask Bylaw, EMS Dispatch, and Potential Gun Bylaws


Lethbridge Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Lethbridge politics


This Week In Lethbridge:

  • On Tuesday, there will be a City Council meeting at 1:30 pm. Council will be voting on whether to extend Bylaw 6239, the Temporary Mandatory Face Coverings Bylaw. The Community Safety Standing Policy Committee recommended that Council not extend the City's Temporary Mandatory Face Covering Bylaw given the Province now has a duplicate rule, but we'll have to wait and see whether the full Council agrees.

  • Also on Tuesday, at the same meeting, City Council will also be discussing directing the City Manager to investigate Lethbridge opting out of the centralization of EMS dispatch. The City claims they have noticed a significant reduction in service since the centralization occurred.

  • On Wednesday from 1:30 pm, there will be a meeting of the Economic Standing Policy Committee which will receive presentations on Electric Utility Capital Improvement projects, while on Thursday, also from 1:30 pm, there will be a Governance Standing Policy Committee meeting which will receive presentations from several City Managers regarding operational review updates.


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