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For Information Only

Lake Stewardship Grant Program - 2018

Presented To: City Council
Presented: Tuesday, Aug 14, 2018
Report Date: Monday, Jul 30, 2018
Type: By-Laws
By-Law: 2018-144

Ce rapport est disponible en anglais seulement conformément aux exigences de la Politique sur les services en français de la Ville du Grand Sudbury.
Signed By

Report Prepared By
Stephen Monet
Manager of Environmental Planning Initiatives
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Division Review
Jason Ferrigan
Director of Planning Services
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Financial Implications
Jim Lister
Manager of Financial Planning and Budgeting
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Recommended by the Department
Tony Cecutti
General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Recommended by the C.A.O.
Ed Archer
Chief Administrative Officer
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18


For Information Only

Relationship to the Strategic Plan / Health Impact Assessment

This report refers to operational matters. 

Report Summary

In 2018, the City's Lake Stewardship Grant program received six applications from local lake stewardship groups with a total funding allocation of $3,000.00. A by-law, presented at this meeting, must be approved for funding to be provided. The funding for these grants is provided for in the 2018 operating budget.

The Lake Stewardship Grant program was initiated in 2005 to support and encourage lake stewardship groups by providing them with additional resources. This is the 14th year for the Lake Stewardship Grant Program. Funding criteria and the application form were drafted by the Watershed Advisory Panel. Projects must benefit the water quality of the lake and or watershed and demonstrate support and involvement of lake stewardship members, other lake residents or community members.

Financial Implications

Six lake water projects will receive funding with the total amount allocated being $3,000. The funding for these grants is provided for in the 2018 operating budget and will be approved through this by-law.