July 11, 2016 Council Agenda

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A meeting of Council will be held Monday, July 11, 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 July 11, 2016 be adopted as presented.
3. DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
 
4.  a)  ADOPTION OF MINUTES, the regular meeting of Council held June 27, 2016 (errors & omissions)
    b)  BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MINUTES
 
5. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
6. DEPUTATIONS
  • Collingwood Sport Alliance, Bradford Lashley
7. PUBLIC MEETINGS
7.1    Proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment (6th Line Business Park)
 
The proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment has been submitted for two (2) lots.  Lot No. 1 is legally described as Part of Lot 41, Concession 6, (formerly in the Township of Nottawasaga), Town of Collingwood and is municipally addressed as 2965 Sixth Line.  Lot No. 2 is a vacant parcel of land legally described as Part of Lot 41, Concession 6, (formerly in the Township of Nottawasaga), Town of Collingwood.
 
THE PURPOSE AND EFFECT of the proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment is to redesignate and rezone both parcels of land.
 
Lot No. 1 (2965 Sixth Line) is proposed to be redesignated from the Business Park designation to a Business Park – Exception designation, and to revise the current zoning of the property which is the Business Park Exception Four (M4-4) zone, to add as a permitted use a Motor Vehicle Repair Garage.
 
Lot No. 2 (vacant lot) is proposed to be redesignated from the Business Park designation to a Business Park – Exception designation, and to be rezoned from the Business Park (M4) zone to a Business Park Exception (M4-E) zone, to add as a permitted use a Motor Vehicle Sales Establishment.
 
7.2   Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment and Plan of Subdivision (Charleston Homes)
 
The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment pertains to a parcel of land legally described as Part of Lot 40, Concession 10, Geographic Township of Nottawasaga, Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe and municipally addressed as 7972 & 8004 Poplar Sideroad. The subject property is approximately 31.4 ha (77.6 ac) in area and is located west of High Street and north of Poplar Sideroad. This particular proposal is called the Charleston Homes Subdivision.
 
THE PURPOSE AND EFFECT of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject property for its development as a Plan of Subdivision.  The property is currently zoned Holding Six – Residential Second Density (H6 R2), Holding Six – Residential Third Density (H6 R3), Deferred Residential (DR), Environmental Protection (EP) and Rural (RU). 
 
The proposed rezoning would create new Residential Second Density – Exception (R2-E) and Residential Third Density – Exception (R3-E) zones. These Exception zones are for the proposed single detached, semi-detached and street townhouse lots for reduced lot area, reduced lot frontage and increased lot coverage.  The proposed rezoning will also reconfigure existing zone classifications to reflect the proposed design of the Plan of Subdivision.
 
THE PURPOSE AND EFFECT of the proposed Plan of Subdivision is to subdivide the subject property into a variety of lots and blocks to permit a residential development including stormwater block, road widening, new public streets, recreation blocks and environmental protection areas. The proposed Plan of Subdivision is considering the following residential types;
 
·         234 single detached dwellings units,
·         88 semi-detached dwelling units, and
·         88 street townhouse dwelling units.
 
The total number of dwellings for this proposed Plan of Subdivision is 410 units.
 
8. CONSENT AGENDA
 
General Consent Items
A.1
New Tecumseth re: Alliston – Collingwood Pipeline. Request for response by September 1, 2016
A.2
  Fierte Simcoe Pride re: Request for proclamation of Fierte Simcoe Pride fromJuly 28th to August 6th and request for flag raising July 27th (response from Office of the Mayor attached)
A.3
 Hon. Minister Eleanor McMahon, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport re: Ontario150 Project
A.4
 City of Ottawa re: Municipal Role in the Siting of Wind Power Projects
 
9. REPORTS/MINUTES OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
  • THAT Council hereby receive the following minutes:
i)   Collingwood Public Library Board, June 23, 2016
ii)   Police Services Board, June 7, 2016
iii)   Collingwood Regional Airport Board, June 24, 2016
 
10. STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS
10.1 CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES STANDING COMMITTEE – JULY 4, 2016
REPORTS/MINUTES OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
THAT Council hereby receive the following minutes and approve the recommendations contained therein:
a)    Accessibility Advisory Committee, June 8, 2016
b)    Downtown Collingwood Board of Management BIA, June 9, 2016
c)    Museum Advisory Committee, June 16, 2016
Recommendation: THAT the Museum Advisory Committee accept the June 16, 2016 Accessions List as attached hereto and that Council endorses the Committee’s recommendation to accept those items.
d)    Trails Advisory Committee, June 9, 2016
 
STAFF REPORTS
C2016-08-C     Power of Entry By-law
 
THAT Staff Report C2016-08-C recommending the proposed Power of Entry By-law attached as Appendix “A” be enacted.
 
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-047, being a by-law to provide for powers of entry on land for the purpose of carrying out inspections, be enacted and passed this 11th day of July, 2016.
CAO2016-06-C  Application for County of Simcoe’s Economic Development Transitional Funding program
 
THAT Council agrees to participate and apply for the Economic Development Transitional Funding program offered through the County which requires long-term support from participating municipalities to ensure sustainability of local economic development objectives beyond the timelines of the transitional funding program;
 
AND THAT Council authorize staff to incorporate budgetary requirements for the Economic Development Transitional Funding program in current and future budgets up to 2019.
 
PRC2016-12-C Georgian Trail Board of Management
 
THAT Council supports the dissolution of the Georgian Trail Board of Management and assumes direct operation and management of the apportioned section of the Georgian Trail under direct ownership of the Town of Collingwood;
 
AND THAT Council reduces the annual forecast operating budget for the management and maintenance of the Georgian Trail to $6,000 in 2017;
 
AND THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute an agreement with the Corporation of the Town of the Blue Mountains and the Corporation of the Municipality of Meaford to continue the management of the Georgian Trail for the purpose of ensuring the efficient operation of the Georgian Trail, affixed hereto as Appendix A;
 
AND THAT Council repeals By-law No. 2011-080 (Appendix D), as it will no longer be applicable if the Georgian Trail Board of Management is dissolved.
 
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-048, being a by-law to authorize the execution of an Agreement for the management of the Georgian Trail,be enacted and passed this 11th day of July, 2016.
PRC2016-14-C Warm Water Pool Emergency Mould Remediation Project
 
THAT Council receive Staff Report PRC2016-14-C for information
 
PRC2016-15-C Curling Club Brick Rehabilitation
 
THAT Council receive Staff Report PRC2016-15-C entitled “Curling Club Brick Rehabilitation”;
 
AND THAT Council award the Curling Club brick restoration and preservation work to B.A. Construction & Restoration Inc. for the not-to-exceed cost of $63,480.00 plus applicable taxes which includes a 15% contingency fund.
 
STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT– CORP-COMM2016-04
THAT Council receive Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee Report CORP-COMM2016-04 from its meeting held July 4, 2016, as presented.
 
11. STAFF REPORTS
 
P2016-22-C     Authorization By-law to execute a Site Plan Control Agreement; Blue Fairway at Cranberry Trail - Phases 1 and 2 (Reviewed at the June 20th Development & Operations Services Standing Committee and recommended to proceed to Council)
 
RECOMMENDING THAT Council enact and pass an Authorization By-law to execute a Site Plan Control Agreement for a two phase 179 unit freehold townhouse development in association with a common element condominium for access, servicing, amenities and visitor parking, once the associated Subdivision Agreement has created the parcel for registration and subject to the following condition:
1.    Execution shall not occur until the Town has received:
i)      confirmation that any current mortgages have been discharged;
ii)     confirmation that the new mortgage has been registered;
iii)    new mortgagee information which has then been included in a revised Site Plan Agreement; and,
iv)   copies of the revised Site Plan Agreement which have been executed by the Owner and the new Mortgagee.
 
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-049, being a by-law to authorize the execution of a Site Plan Control Agreement between MacPherson Builders (Cranberry) Limited, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and The Corporation of the Town of Collingwood for the development located on Cranberry Trail East, Collingwood, referred to as Blue Fairway, be enacted and passed this 11th day of July, 2016.
PRC2016-13-C Waterfront Safety Update
 
RECOMMENDING THAT Council receive the 2015 Lifesaving Society Water Safety Audit Report and approve the recommendations therein subject to a Council-approved budget being allocated for this purpose.
 
12. MOTIONS
  • WHEREAS the Town of Collingwood has lowered the Canada flag in respect for the victims of the recent tragedy in Orlando;
AND WHEREAS there is currently an informal policy in place that the municipality only raise government flags at municipal facilities to remain equitable and impartial, as there are a number of competing groups, organizations and charities requesting flag raisings and proclamations on matters outside our municipal jurisdiction;
 
BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council direct staff to review formal and informal flag protocols and proclamation polices and explore alternate options and policy revisions for Council’s consideration.
 
  • THAT this Council proceeds in camera in order to address a matter pertaining to:
checked personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; (b)
checked advice that is subject to solicitor/client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose; and (a, c and e)
checked litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board. (d)
 
Items for Discussion: a) MOU, b) personnel matters, c) New Tecumseth Pipeline, d) OMB e)  Agreement review
 
13. BY-LAWS
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-050, being a by-law to authorize the execution of a Share Services Agreement between PowerStream and the Corporation of the Town of Collingwood, be enacted and passed this 11th day of July, 2016.
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-051, being a by-law to authorize the Shareholders’ Directive between PowerStream and the Corporation of the Town of Collingwood, be enacted and passed this 11th day of July, 2016.
14. NOTICE OF MOTION
 
15. COUNTY REPORT
 
16.  OLD or DEFERRED BUSINESS
  • Motion re: Sister City 35th Anniversary  Representative – withdrawn
17. OTHER BUSINESS
 
18. CONFIRMATORY BY-LAW
  • THAT By-law No. 2016-052, being a by-law to confirm the proceedings of the regular meeting of Council held July 11th, 2016, be enacted and passed this 11th day of July, 2016.
19. 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: 
297pages
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