June 13, 2016 Council Agenda

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A meeting of Council will be held Monday, June 13, 2016 in the Council Chambers, Town Hall, Collingwood commencing at 5:00 p.m.
 
ORDER OF BUSINESS
                                            
1.  CALL OF COUNCIL TO ORDER
 
2.   ADOPTION OF AGENDA
  • THAT the content of the Council Agenda for June 13, 2016 be adopted as presented.
3.   DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
 
4.  a)  ADOPTION OF MINUTES, the regular meeting of Council held May 30, 2016 (errors & omissions)
     b) BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MINUTES
 
5.  COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
6.  DEPUTATIONS
  • Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care update,Carol Lambie, President and CEO and Laurene Hilderley, Director Communication and Fund Development
  • Collingwood 150 Health & Wellbeing Challenge, Dr. Greg Wells, The Wells Group
  • Barbara Weider Art Project, Lisa Farano, Rotary Club, South Georgian Bay
7.  CONSENT AGENDA
General Consent Items
A.1
Elephant Thoughts Education Outreach re: Thank you for supporting programs
A.2
Township of Hornepayne resolution re: Request for funding for research aimed to enhance testing for Lyme disease and determine better treatment for long term outcomes of Lyme disease
A.3
Share the Road Coalition re: Bike Month
A.4
N. Mew re: Parking on boulevards
 
8.  REPORTS/MINUTES OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
  • THAT Council hereby receive the following minutes:
         i) Collingwood Public Library Board minutes, May 26, 2016
9.  STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS
9.1 CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES STANDING COMMITTEE – June 6, 2016
REPORTS/MINUTES OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
THAT Council hereby receive the following minutes and approve the recommendations contained therein:
a)    Accessibility Advisory Committee, May 11, 2016
Recommendation: THATCouncil petition the Province of Ontario to provide guidance regarding the transportation of persons and their mobility devices to ensure a fair and equitable practice for residents, visitors and their service providers.
 
b)    Downtown Collingwood Board of Management BIA, May 12, 2016
 
c)    Museum Advisory Committee, February 11, 2016
Recommendation: THATthe Museum Advisory Committee accept the February 11, 2016 Accessions List as attached hereto and that Council endorses the Committee’s recommendation to accept those items.
 
d)    Trails Advisory Committee, May 12, 2016  
 
DEPUTATIONS
  • Barbara Weider Art Project
THAT the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee recommend that the location of the Barbara Weider Tribute be referred to Council for review and consideration at their next meeting.
 
Referred to Council for discussion and deliberation from May 2, 2016 Corporate & Community Services:
PRC2016-08a-C Public Artwork Tribute to Barbara Weider
 
RECOMMENDING THAT Council support and approve the following option as referred by the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee for Council’s deliberation:
 
a. Approve the location of the artwork tribute to Barbara Weider as preferred by the project proponents;
 
OR,
 
b. Not approve the location of the artwork tribute to Barbara Weider as preferred by the project proponents, based on the concerns discovered during the public consultation process, with direction to Town staff to work with the project proponent to seek an alternative location.
 
  • Breastfeeding Friendly Community
THAT the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee recommend that Council refer the matter of Breastfeeding Friendly Communities to Staff for consideration and report back to Council.
 
STAFF REPORTS
CAO2016-05-C Request to Grant Event of Municipal Significance Designation to Collingwood Craft Beer & Cider Festival
 
THAT Council approve the request to designate the Collingwood Craft Beer & Cider Festival an event of municipal significance for liquor licensing purposes.
 
FS2016-02-C   Refurbishing of Pump 1
 
THAT Council approve that Dependable Emergency Vehicles complete the required warranty work and complete a full body and paint restoration on Pump 1 for the amount of $40,000.00 of which $5,170.00 is warranty work which leaves a cost of $34,830.00.
 
HR2016-01-C  Human Resources Policies Review – June 2016
 
THAT Council for approve the following Human Resources Policies as presented:

B-04 Job Evaluation

B-05 Salary Administration Program

B-09 Performance Management Program

 
PRC2016-11-C Award of RFQ PRC2016-0012 for the Supply and Delivery of Pool Chemicals
 
THAT Council receive Staff Report PRC2016-11-C regarding the RFQ results for the supply and delivery of pool chemicals; AND THAT Council authorize Staff to award a three (3) year supply agreement to Aquatec Logistics as the lowest priced compliant bidder.
 
Quarterly Update: Economic Development Action Plan, Martin Rydlo, Director, Marketing & Business Development
 
STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT– CORP-COMM2016-03
THAT Council receive Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee Report CORP-COMM2016-03 from its meeting held June 6, 2016, as presented.
 
10.  STAFF REPORTS
C2016-07-C     New Property Standards By-law – Following Public Consultation
 
RECOMMENDING THAT Council receive Staff Report C2016-07-C recommending the enactment of the new Property Standards By-law, following the one month public consultation period.
 
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-040, being a by-law to  prescribe standards for the maintenance and occupancy of property within the Town of Collingwood and for prohibiting the occupancy or use of such property that does not conform with the standards contained herein, be enacted and passed this 13th day of June, 2016.
PRC2016-12-C  Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program
 
RECOMMENDING THAT Council authorize staff to proceed with an application to the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program to support the installation of an extension to the Promenade Dock system located in the Sidelaunch Slip;
 
AND THAT Council approve an application threshold of $400,000 understanding that the Town will be responsible for 50% of this amount if the application is successful;
 
AND FURTHER THAT Council authorize staff to sign any documentation required throughout the application process.
 
11.  MOTIONS
  • THAT this Council proceeds in camera in order to address a matter pertaining to:
checked litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board;
 
Items for Discussion: 201 McDonald Rd OMB Hearing
 
  • THAT pursuant to the Business Corporations Act (Ontario), the Town deliver on June 13, 2016 a requisition to the directors of Collingwood PowerStream Utility Services Corp. (the “Corporation”), in the form set out at Schedule “A” attached hereto, to call a special meeting of the shareholders of the Corporation to be held on June 15, 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter, for the purpose of replacing the Town’s three (3) nominee directors of the Corporation;

    AND FURTHER that the Collingwood Chief Administrative Officer is hereby appointed to attend and vote on the Town’s behalf at such special meeting of the shareholders, and at any adjournments thereof; and is authorized to take or cause all necessary actions and execute any documents necessary on behalf of the Town to give effect to the foregoing resolution.

12.  BY-LAWS
 
13.  NOTICE OF MOTION
 
14.   COUNTY REPORT
 
15.  OLD or DEFERRED BUSINESS
 
16.  OTHER BUSINESS
 
17.  CONFIRMATORY BY-LAW
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-041, being a by-law to confirm the proceedings of the regular meeting of Council held June 13th, 2016, be enacted and passed this 13th day of June, 2016.
18. ADJOURNMENT
 
 *Presentations using electronic devices must be submitted to Clerk Services 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. After this deadline, electronic presentations will not be permitted.
No. of Pages: 
144pages
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