September Council Highlights

September 8, 2023

Request to improve Chelsea's telecommunications and cellular network

The telecommunications and cellular network in Chelsea is unstable and inconsistent.

Given that these services are indispensable and essential to daily life, the Municipal Council is asking the Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes to take the necessary corrective measures to restore the telecommunications network in Chelsea as soon as possible.


Speed limit modification on a section of Route 105 at Chelsea Montessori School

Official adoption of new speed limit on section of Route 105 in front of the Chelsea Montessori School

Council officially approved the by-law to modify the speed limit on a section of Route 105 in front of the Chelsea Montessori School.

The speed limit is reduced from 50 km/h to 30 km/h from Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., from August 15 to June 30 of each year.

The change is effective immediately.


Right-of-way agreement between the Municipality and ACRE, and insurance coverage for properties crossed by Sentiers Chelsea Trails

Sentier Chelsea Trails manages trails on land owned by ACRE.

The Municipality wishes to obtain rights of way on these lands, in order to preserve the trails.

Council therefore authorizes the Municipality to sign the agreement documents with ACRE granting the rights of way and the integration into the municipal insurance coverage of the properties crossed by Sentier Chelsea Trails.


Relocation of the "Pic II" boat installed at Chelsea Elementary School to the Voie Verte Chelsea

Council has authorized the relocation of the "Pic II" boat from Chelsea Elementary School for safety reasons.

Given the boat's historical value, the Board of Directors of Les Amis de la Voie Verte passed a resolution supporting the relocation of the boat along the trail.

Discussions are to take place between the organization and the Municipality to find the ideal location for the historic emblem, as well as to secure the structure.


Sale of properties for non-payment of taxes

In the event of non-payment of property taxes, the Municipality is responsible for selling the properties concerned, in accordance with the Quebec Municipal Code.

Council has therefore authorized the Municipality to undertake the necessary procedures to have the MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais proceed with the sale of properties for which property taxes have not been paid, at its sale session to be held on December 7, 2023.


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