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Kniha zápisníc Kanadského slovenského podporného spolku, Odbor č. 43

Súbor pozostáva z jedného viazaného, ručne písaného zväzku zápisníc zo zasadnutí Odboru č. 43 Kanadského slovenského podporného spolku (KSPS). Zápisnice stručne popisujú bežnú činnosť Odboru č. 43 vrátane vyberania poplatkov a peňažných darov v prospech KSPS, diskusií a hlasovaní, ktorým z uchádzačov o finančnú pomoc bude táto poskytnutá, ktorých z chorých členov je nutné navštíviť alebo obdariť kvetmi, ako aj plánovania zbierkových podujatí, napríklad banketov, tancovačiek, búrz, silvestrovských zábav, fašiangových zábav, piknikov a koncertov. Zápisnice ďalej popisujú „voľné diskusie“ počas schôdzí, v ktorých mohli členovia prispievať nápadmi a informovať o dianí v ostatných odboroch KSPS a o všetkom, čo sa dialo v Slovenskom národnom dome v Sudbury. Ďalšie zmienené udalosti zahŕňajú výročný Zjazd Kanadského slovenského podporného spolku; súdnu žalobu Odboru č. 8 KSPS proti Odboru č. 43, podľa ktorej členovia ich skupiny, ktorí prestúpili do Odboru č. 43, odcudzili ich majetok (odbory napokon vyriešili spor mimosúdnou cestou); vystúpenia hosťujúcich rečníkov vrátane hlavného pokladníka, brata Masťana z timminského odboru ohľadne jednoty a spolupráce s Odborom č. 43 KSPS (dňa 15. novembra 1953) a odhlasovanie nového Výkonného výboru na ďalší rok, ktorý pozostával z predsedu, tajomníka, pokladníka a Zábavného výboru.

Odbor č. 21 Kanadského slovenského podporného spolku v Creighton Mine, Ont. Kniha zápisníc

Popisná jednotka pozostáva z jedného viazaného, ručne písaného zväzku zápisníc zo zasadnutí Odboru č. 21 Kanadského slovenského podporného spolku KSPS). Zápisnice stručne popisujú bežnú činnosť Odboru č. 21 vrátane vyberania poplatkov a peňažných darov v prospech KSPS, diskusie a odhlasovania, ktorým z uchádzačov o finančnú pomoc bude táto poskytnutá, ktorých z chorých členov je nutné navštíviť alebo obdariť kvetmi, ako aj plánovania zbierkových podujatí, napríklad banketov, tancovačiek, búrz, silvestrovských zábav, fašiangových zábav, piknikov a koncertov. Zápisnice ďalej pojednávajú o účasti Odboru č. 21 na kúpe Slovenskej národnej haly na ulici 28 Alder Street v Sudbury, provincia Ontário v roku 1938 a o peňažných zbierkach a prijímaní peňažných darov na vybudovanie haly ako miesta na spoločenské stretnutia a Slovákov pracovných schôdzí KSPS. Ostatné zmienené miestne podujatia kanadských Slovákov zahŕňajú politickú podporu Eduarda Beneša, predstaviteľa hnutia za samostatnosť Československa a 2. prezidenta Československa touto skupinou v roku 1939, zjazd Kanadského slovenského podporného spolku, dobročinné dary ostatným odborom KSPS alebo miestnym rodinám v núdzi, ako aj hlasovanie za vytvorenie nového Výkonného výboru, ktorý zahŕňal predsedu, tajomníka, pokladníka a Zábavný výbor.

Assessment Rolls

The Office of the City Clerk reports to the City Manager and is responsible for maintaining all
legislative and administrative requirements necessary for the effective functioning of the City.
The primary responsibilities of the Office of the City Clerk include managing the registration
of vital statistics information, preparing agendas for City Council and providing advice to
Council regarding the policies and operations followed by the City. Another major
responsibility of the Office of the City Clerk is to oversee the assessment of property tax.
Assessment Rolls are compiled each year by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation
(MPAC), the provincial government body responsible for the assessment of property value for
properties in all municipalities across Ontario. The City Clerk directs the certification and
amendment of Assessment Rolls prepared by MPAC each year within the City of Thunder
Bay. The information recorded in the Assessment Rolls is used by the City to calculate
municipal property taxes.

Series consists of Assessments Rolls covering residential, commercial and government owned
properties. Assessment Rolls include the following information: parcel number, name and
mailing address, religion, location and description of the property being assessed, school zone
including school support, tax class, total valuation, exempt distribution and taxable
distribution. Earlier Assessment Rolls from this series may include additional information
such as; marital status, occupation and year of birth. Recent Assessment Rolls also specify
whether or not there were any changes in property ownership for the years that the Assessment
Roll covers.

The Assessment Rolls are arranged by ward and subdivision. Assessment Rolls produced
between 1970 and 1979, are divided into wards for Fort William, Port Arthur, McIntyre
(Shuniah) and Neebing. Later Assessment Rolls, from 1980 onward, are divided into seven
different wards; McIntyre, Neebing, Current River, Northwood, McKellar, Red River and
Westfort.

Assessment Rolls can also be navigated by municipal address and name for the years 1976 –

  1. See Related Series: Series 41: Street Indexes to Assessment Rolls; and Series 42: Name
    Indexes to Assessment Rolls.

Also included in this series are Supplementary Assessment Rolls and Total Current Value
Rolls. Supplementary Assessment Rolls detail changes in ownership and provide information
on proportionate assessments for new property owners. Total Current Value Rolls include
statistical information on the total assessed values for properties which have been divided into
the following categories; residential (includes English and French separate school and public
school), commercial, office building, industrial, exempt, parking lot and multi-residential.

Community Recreation Manager's Files

This series includes records relating to planning and management of city parks, recreation program and facilities, policies, studies, correspondence and memoranda, as well as minutes of committee upon which the community recreation manager served, such as the Joint Health and Safety Committee.

Construction Drawings

This series includes contract drawings and some textual material relating to the construction of buildings, structures, sewers, roads and watermains.

The records have been organized by project and date and also include some miscellaneous items which have been identified.

TBayTel General Ledger

These records were scheduled as TS156 General Ledger. They were maintained in the Finance & Administration Division of TBayTel and then transferred to the City of Thunder Bay records centre for inactive storage as per their retention schedule. In 1999, this series was superceded by SAP.

The purpose of these records is to serve as a listing of all account balances. The fiche indicate the account location number code, account description, source code, posting date and the amount.

Council Resolutions

Under the Municipal Act (2001), City Council votes on the passing of new by-laws and the amendment of existing by-laws in Council meetings, based on recommendations and advice from the Office of the City Clerk. Council also delegates statutory responsibilities to subcommittees, and through Committee of the Whole Meetings, Council discusses critical issues covering the broad mandate of the City. It is through Council Meetings that decisions are made and resolutions are achieved on the matters discussed in Committee of the Whole Meetings. Resolutions serve as a record of the motions carried and lost by City Council through Council Meetings.

Mayors presiding over Council in the time reflected in this series include Walter Assef (1973-1978 and 1981-1985). The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for maintaining the records of proceedings for Council.

Series consists of duplicate meeting minutes of City Council and attached resolutions for each meeting. Each resolution is signed by the councilors responsible for moving and seconding the resolution. It is also signed by the Mayor or Chairman of the council meeting and the City Clerk.

Each file contains an index in the front explaining which meetings and dates are included in each individual file.

Homes for the Aged Quality Management Program Files

Quality Management / Quality Assurance programs are run in a coordinated fashion in all operating Homes. Some files relate only to a particular location while some deal with policy across all.

Most notably, the Quality Management program and program revisions are being preserved. The program details the mandate for the Homes for the Aged, and subsequently, the standards for specific sections (Administration, Dietary Services, Housekeeping, Laundry, Nursing, Maintenance, Recreational, Pastoral). Similarly, a number of sectional Quality Assurance handbooks are being preserved.

Additionally, there are minutes, agendas, and reports that reflect the committee work being conducted to maintain quality in the homes (e.g. Medical Advisory Committee or the Health and Safety Committee), and a number of focus group activities produced completed surveys and questionnaires that show tenants’ satisfaction with the services provided at Thunder Bay’s Homes for the Aged.

Facilities and Equipment Division Files

Administrative files of the Facilities and Equipment division of Transportation and Works. Facilities and Equipment becomes Facilities and Fleet Department.

Series consists of supervisor's meeting minutes, committee minutes, organization charts, correspondence, health and safety records, and a number of Y2K compliance reviews. Additionally, the series contains SMT/DMT meeting minutes. Although the records are not necessarily indicative of the operation of the Facilities & Equipment Division, they are informative of the City's managerial decisions and ongoing initiatives.

Sister Cities Advisory Committee Files

The Sister Cities Advisory Committee's mandate is to develop, implement and coordinate the Thunder Bay Municipal Twinning Program. The program aims to promote cross-cultural understanding, municipal and technical cooperation and economic development opportunities. Officially formed in December 2006, the Committee reports to City Council through the Office of the City Clerk.

Series consists of photographs and related documentation regarding the Sister Cities Millennium Festival, held in the summer of 2000, and a photographic inventory of artifacts donated by Thunder Bay's Sister Cities. Also included in this series are gifts donated by delegates of the cities who participated in the Sister Cities program.

Township of Sudbury Building Permit Register

File consists of one handwritten, bound volume, of a list of building permits granted by the Town of Sudbury. Various Town of Sudbury Treasurer's Office Receipts are included as attachments in the volume along with several 2 cent Canada Postage stamps.

The Corporation of the Town of Sudbury, Ontario Balance Sheet and Report 31st December, 1927

File consists of a balance sheet for the Town of Sudbury along with various other statements including the difference between penalties due and penalties charged on arrears of 1927 taxes, a statement showing adjustment of capital assets to agree with the amount of the relative net debenture debt and a statement showing sundry capital assets.

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