November 21, 2016 - Development & Operations Services Standing Committee Agenda

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A meeting of the Development & Operations Services Standing Committee will be held Monday, November 21, 2016 in Community Rooms B & C, Library/Municipal Offices, 55 Ste. Marie Street, Collingwood commencing at 5:00 p.m.

Members: Chair, Councillor Jeffery, Vice-Chair, Councillor Madigan, Mayor Cooper, Deputy Mayor Saunderson, and Councillor Edwards
 
Departments: Planning Services, Public Works and Engineering Services including Water and Wastewater, Building Services
 
ORDER OF BUSINESS
                                            
1.  CALL OF STANDING COMMITTEE TO ORDER
 
2.  ADOPTION OF AGENDA
THAT the content of the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee Agenda for November 21, 2016 be adopted as presented.
 
3.  BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MEETING (October 24, 2016)
 
4.  DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
                       
5.  DEPUTATIONS (public delegations will be invited to address an agenda matter prior to being considered)*
Sandford Fleming Road Extension Municipal Services, Kip Brown
 
6.  REPORTS/MINUTES of OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
THAT the Development & Operations Services Standing Committee receive and refer the minutes of the Collingwood Heritage Committee meeting held October 26, 2016 to the next regular meeting of Council.
 
7.  STAFF REPORTS
P2016-37         Up-dated Building Permit Fees
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation: THAT Council approve the proposed Building Permit Fees attached in Schedule A and that the fees increase annually at the same rate as the construction index.
 
P2016-38         84 Hurontario Street – Proposed Demolition
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation:THAT Council provide a Decision of Consent to allow the demolition of the designated heritage property, municipally addressed as 84 Hurontario Street, for the purposes of redevelopment in a manner which is sympathetic to the heritage character of the Heritage Conservation District (HCD).
 
P2016-39         Proposed Redline Revisions to a Draft Approved Plan of Subdivision, Modifications to Conditions of Draft Plan Approval and Zoning By-law Amendment - McNabb Farm Plan of Subdivision (formerly Eden Oak McNabb)
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation:THAT Council grant the redline revisions to the draft approved plan of subdivision and changes to the associated conditions of draft plan approval for the McNabb Farm Plan of Subdivision;
 
AND THAT Council enact and pass an amending Zoning By-law for the McNabb Farm Plan of Subdivision.
 
P2016-40         Authorization By-law to Execute an Encroachment Agreement 11475 Highway 26 West – Silver Glen Preserve
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation: THAT Council enact and pass an Authorization By-law to execute an encroachment agreement for a residential development located at 11475 Highway 26 West.
 
P2016-41         Authorization By-law to execute an amending Site Plan Control Agreement Georgian Bay Bio-Medical (180 Mountain Road)
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation: THAT Council enact and pass an Authorization By-law to execute an amending Site Plan Control Agreement for a manufacturing, processing, assembly, or fabrication plant located at 180 Mountain Road.
 
PW2016-33     Authorization to Award Tender No. PW2016-20T - New Sprinkler System – Town Hall & Eddie Bush Memorial Arena
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation: THAT Council authorize Staff to award Phase 1 and Phase 2 of Tender No. PW2016-20T to Vipond Inc. for $187,200.00 excluding HST;
 
AND THAT Council authorize Staff to release Phase 3 of the work, being the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena Sprinkler System, to the same contractor subject to future year approved budget allocation.
 
PW2016-34     Authorization to Award Tender No. PW2016-21T - HVAC Renovation  at the OPP Building
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation:THAT Council authorize Staff to award Tender No. PW2016-21T to B&B Mechanical Services O/A Bagli Brothers Ltd. for $ 71,960.80 plus HST.
 
PW2016-36     Authorization to Award Tender No. PW2016-22T - Emergency Backup Generator - Public Works Building
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation:THAT Council authorize Staff to award Tender No. PW2016-22T to CEC Services Limited (Aurora) for $95,565.00 plus HST.
 
PW2016-39     Award of tender PW2016-14T for the Supply & Delivery of Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Development and Operations Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation: THAT Council authorize staff to award tender PW2016-14 for the Supply and Delivery of Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals to the following as the lowest compliant bidders:
 
Flow Chem
Part A in the amount of $155,490.00 plus HST for the supply and delivery of Liquid Aluminum Sulphate. Part B in the amount of $24,455.00 plus HST for the supply and delivery of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution. Part E in the amount of $4,743.00 plus HST for the supply and delivery of Aluminum Chloride Hydroxide.
 
Great North Chemical
Part C in the amount of $36,960.00 plus HST for the supply and delivery of Citric Acid.
 
PVS Benson
Part F in the amount of $46,620.00 plus HST for the supply and delivery of Ferric Chloride Solution.
 
Total award value of $268,268.00 plus HST.
 
8.  CORRESPONDENCE
 
9.  DEPARTMENTAL UPDATES/DISCUSSION
MOECC Inspection Report Update and DWQMS Audit Summary
 
10.  PUBLIC DELEGATION(S) (maximum 5 minutes per delegation)*
 
11.  OTHER BUSINESS
 
12.  ADJOURNMENT
No. of Pages: 
85pages
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