July 14, 2008 Council Agenda

 

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A meeting of Council will be held Monday, July 14, 2008 in the Council Chambers, Town Hall, Collingwood commencing at 5:00pm
 
ORDER OF BUSINESS
 
1.                  CALL OF COUNCIL TO ORDER
 
2.                  ADOPTION OF AGENDA
-        RECOMMENDING that the content of the Council agenda be adopted as presented.
 
3.                  COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
-         Shipyards – CSL Brownfield Cleanup – Greg Brooks, Adam Chamberlain
-         Introduction of Summer Students: Isabeau Hodgsons (Economic Development) and Daniel McGregor (Greater Collingwood Small Business Centre) – Catherine Durrant
-         Economic Stability & Development Services Board – Business Plan
       – Catherine Durrant, Doug Garbutt
-         Business Retention & Expansion – Medical Sector – Catherine Durrant
-         Colltrans Marketing Presentation – Ed Houghton, Laurie Mitchell, Ian Dunlop
 
4.                  DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST AND/OR RECEIPT OF GIFT (over $200)
                       
5.                  DEPUTATION(S)
 
6.                  a) ADOPTION OF MINUTES for the Meeting of Council June 23rd, 2008 (p.6) and the Special Meeting of Council July 4th, 2008 (p.17)(errors & omissions)
 
            b)  BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MINUTES
 
7.                  REPORTS/MINUTES OF COMMITTEES/BOARDS
-          Affordable Housing Task Force Minutes – May 20, 2008 (p.22)
-         Affordable Housing Task Force Minutes – June 17, 2008 (p.27)
  • Leisure Services Advisory Committee Minutes– May 22, 2008 (p.30)
  • Heritage Advisory Committee Minutes– May 22, 2008 (p.45)
  • Sustainability Committee Minutes – April 18, 2008 (p.49)
  • Sustainability Committee Minutes – May 2, 2008 (p.52)
  • Sustainability Committee Minutes – May 16, 2008 (p.55)
  • Sustainability Committee Minutes – June 6, 2008 (p.57)
  • Sustainability Committee Minutes – June 20, 2008 (p.61)
  • Airport Services Board Minutes– March 5, 2008 (p.63)
  • Airport Services Board Minutes– June 4, 2008 (p.67)
  • Economic Stability & Development Services Board Minutes – February 26, 2008 (p.75)
  • Economic Stability & Development Services Board Minutes – May 27, 2008 (p.79)
  • Accessibility Advisory Committee Minutes – June 11, 2008 (p.82)
 
 
8.                  CONSENT AGENDA
 

Consent Agenda
A. 1
County of Simcoe re: Western Ontario Wardens’ Caucus Meeting in Simcoe County (p.85)
Received for Information
A. 2
Jim Watson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing re: follow up to OSUM conference - the Growing Greenbelt Initiative (p.86)
Received for Information
A. 3
Peter Julian, MP Burnaby – New Westminster re: improving health of Canadians and environment – rid Canada of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) (p.87)
Received for Information
A. 4
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing re: Fire sprinklers in condos and apartments (p.92)
Received for Information
A. 5
Federation of Canadian Municipalities re: Municipal Partnership Program – Cambodia (p.96)
Received for Information
A. 6
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing re: 2009 Rent increase guideline (p.97)
Received for Information
A. 7
Province of Ontario, AMCTO & AMO re: Local Government Week October 19-25, 2008 (p.100)
Received for Information
A. 8
 Wilma Bureau, County of Simcoe re: County’s new curbside collection program (p.102)
Received for Information
A. 9
Sharon Van Son, Ministry of Attorney General re: Attorney General’s Victim Services Awards (p.111)
Received for Information
A. 10
Ontario Property and Environmental Rights Alliance re: Species at Risk Act (ESA 2007) (p.113)
Received for Information
A. 11
 County of Simcoe re: Notice of Open Houses – Proposed New Official Plan for the County of Simcoe (p.126)
Received for Information
A. 12
Murray Doupe, President, Collingwood & District Labour Council re: support for Collingwood Ethanol, comments from Public Meeting July 7, 2008 (p.127)
Received for Information
A. 13
Michael Buda, Federation of Canadian Municipalities re: Canadian Red Cross Auxiliary Role Project (p.128)
Received for Information

 
 

Mayor’s Correspondence
M.1
A. Fitzgerald, My Friends House re: Thanking Council for $10,000.00 Grant. (p. 132)
Received for Information
M.2
Premier Dalton McGuinty re: Council’s resolution regarding government’s pesticide legislation. (p.133)
Received for Information
M.3
Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative re: Making Waves – Update information and news (p.134)
Received for Information
M.4
Ipsos Reid Public Affairs re: Municipal Solutions for a Greener Earth (Information sent to Department Heads for comments as per the request of Mayor Carrier – June 16, 2008) (p.136)
Direction required
 M.5
L. Johnston, Canadian Society for Training and Development re: Requesting the Town of Collingwood declare the week of September 22 – 26, 2008 as Learn @ Work Week
(Letter attached advising Town of Collingwood does not endorse proclamations due to numerous requests) (p.140)
Received for Information
M.6
Heritage Conservation Conference Committee re: Thank you to Mayor Carrier for welcoming delegates at the Landmarks not Landfill Conference (p.143)
Received for Information
M.7
Jim Wilson, M.P.P. re: Response to Mayor Carrier regarding Premier McGuinty’s letter re: Cosmetic Pesticide Act, 2008 (p.144)
Received for Information
M.8
Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority re: Letter to Hon. Donna Cansfield regarding Ontario Low Water Response Plan (p.145)
Received for Information
M.9
Mayor David Miller, City of Toronto re: Update on the City of Toronto’s commitment to social inclusion and poverty reduction (p.148)
Received for Information
M.10
Ministry of Transportation re: Funding for Municipal road and bridge capital investment needs. (p.150)
Received for Information
M.11
Ministry of Transportation re: Funds have been transferred to the Town of Collingwood in the amount of $2,025,000.00 regarding the 2008 Highway Connecting Link (p. 152)
Received for Information
M.12
Ministry of Transportation re: Funds that have been transferred to the Town of Collingwood in the amount of $10,000,000.00 regarding road improvements (p.154)
Received for Information
M.13
Georgian Triangle Residential Services re: Thanking Council for the $2,500.00 Grant (p.156)
Received for Information
M.14
Breaking Down Barriers re: Thanking Council for the $3,000.00 Grant (p.157)
Received for Information
M.15
Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation re: request to attend Council when the Staff Report regarding the Subwatershed Study is available (As per the request of Mayor Carrier cc’d: to Department Heads July 3, 2008) (p.158)
Received for Information
 
M.16
Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit re: Letter to Hon. John Gerretsen re: Cosmetic Pesticides Ban Act, Bill 64 (p.159)
Received for Information
M.17
Ministry of Health Promotion re: Mapping component of the Ontario Trails Strategy (As per the request of Mayor Carrier cc’d: to Mr. Dunbar and the Trails Committee July 3, 2008) (p.160)
Received for Information


 

 
 
9.                 
MOVE INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
(Staff Reports/By-laws if deemed expedient)           
 
10.           STAFF REPORTS
PW2008-09     Industrial Area Sanitary Servicing
                        Huronia Pathway, Sixth Line and Sanford Fleming Area (p.163)
 
THAT The Town of Collingwood Council award the contract for engineering services for the Industrial Area Sanitary Servicingdesign and contract administration to the firm of Greenland International Consulting Ltd. for the upset fee of $58,975.00, plus applicable taxes, and that staff is authorized to execute the appropriate documents, be approved.
 
PW2008-10     Award of Sanitary Sewer Renewal Contract No. 5 (p.165)
           
THAT Council receives staff report PW 2008-10 Award the Sanitary Sewer Renewal Tender for Contract No. 5;
 
AND FURTHER THAT Council awards the Tender to Capital Sewer Services Inc. for the submitted tender value of $569,640.00;
 
AND FURTHER THAT Council authorizes the Mayor and Clerk to sign all necessary documents to execute the contract, be approved
 
PW2008-11     Future Operation of Accessible Shuttle Service (p.170)      
 
THAT Council receives staff report PW2008-11;
 
AND FURTHER THAT Council direct staff on future operation of the Taxi Shuttle, at the next Regular meeting of Council (July 28).
 
 
 
 
P2008-39         Extension of Interim Control By-law 2007-87
                        Oliver Crescent east of the Pretty River Dyke Ice Shute Spillway
Legal Description: Lot F and Lots 23 through 33 inclusive
Registered Plan No.1703, Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe (p.175)
 
            THAT Council enact and pass amending By-law No. 2008-96, be approved
 
-         THAT By-law 2008-96,being an Interim Control By-law to prohibit the use of certain lands, building or structures, be enacted and passed this 14th day of July, 2008 (p.180)
 
P2008-40            Amending Zoning By-law No. 2008-95
                           Mackinaw Village (The Shipyards)
                           Applicant: Fram Building Group
                           Address: 31 Huron Street (p.182)
           
            THAT Council enact and pass amending Zoning By-law No. 2008-95, be approved.
 
-          THAT By-law 2008-95,being a By-law under the provisions of Sections 34 and 36 of the Planning Act. R.S.O., C. P. 13, as amended, be enacted and passed this 14th day of July, 2008. (p.188)
 
CAO2008-06      Review of Alp & Associates Proposal
                           Submitted by: Collingwood East Environmental Action Committee (p.195)
 
THAT Council receives the proposal from Alp & Associates submitted by Collingwood East Environmental Action Committee for information purposes only.
 
C2008-06        Tree Preservation / Regulation (p.197)
 
THAT Council receives Staff Report C2008-06 for information purposes;
 
AND FURTHER That Council direct Staff to proceed with a public consultation process on July 28th to allow the public an opportunity to provide input prior to drafting a new tree protection by-law (not regulated under the present Tree Preservation By-law for woodlots 2003-37) to be presented to Council for review at the Committee of the Whole meeting in September 2008.
 
C2008-11 Taxi Licencing (p.203)
 
THAT Council receives Staff Report C2008-11 for information purposes;
 
AND FURTHER THAT Ace Cabs and Kyle’s Taxi be permitted/denied an independent status on taxi licence waiting list, be approved.
 
11.              MOTIONS
-         THATthis Council proceeds in Camera in order to address a matter pertaining to:
þ      personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board     employees;
þ   The receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor/client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose
 
Items for Discussion
a)      Library Board Applications
b)      HR matter
c)      Discussion with Municipal Solicitor (Collingwood Ethanol/Canadian Mist)
 
12.              BY-LAWS
 
13.              NOTICE OF MOTION
 
14.              OLD or DEFERRED BUSINESS
 
15.              OTHER BUSINESS
 
16.              CONFIRMATORY BY-LAW
-        THAT By-law No. 2008-97, being a by-law to confirm the proceedings of the Special Meeting of Council held July 4th, 2008, Committee of the Whole Meeting held July 7th, 2008 and the Regular meeting of Council held July 14th, 2008, be enacted and passed this 14th day of July, 2008. (p.208)
 

ADJOURNMENT         

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