July 28, 2008 Council Agenda

 

A meeting of Council will be held Monday, July 28, 2008 in the Council Chambers, Town Hall, Collingwood commencing at 5:00pm
 

NOTICE

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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
 
-         Collingwood Regional AirportCharlie Tatham
 
4.                  DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST AND/OR RECEIPT OF GIFT (over $200)
                       
5.                  PUBLIC MEETING
5.1              Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment – Mountaincroft Subdivision
 
The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment pertains to 68 draft approved lots located in the 370 unit Mountaincroft subdivision which is located on the east side of High Street, north of Poplar Sideroad and approximately 150.0 metres (492.1 ft) south of Campbell Street. The subdivision property has a total lot area of approximately 28.62 hectares (70.7 ac), is legally described as Lots R6 to R21, Part Lot 17, Plan 446 and Part Lot 40, Concession 9, former Township of Nottawasaga, being Part 1 on Reference Plan 51R-35193, and Part 1 on Reference Plan 51R-35194, now Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe, and is known municipally as 147 Findlay Drive. As per a draft approved plan of subdivision and zoning by-law amendment the 68 drafted approved lots affected have lot frontages greater than 15 metres (50 ft) and depths ranging from approximately 30 to 39 metres (98 to 128 ft) (Planning File: SDR 2004-07).
 
The subject property is designated Residential on Schedule ‘A’ entitled Land Use Plan and further defined as Low and Medium Density on Schedule ‘C’ entitled Residential Density Plan in the Town of Collingwood Official Plan, as amended. The Town of Collingwood Zoning By-law No. 87-61, as amended by By-law 2005-61, identifies the 68 draft approved lots as being in the Holding Residential Third Density Exception Thirteen (‘H’R3-13) zone.
 
THE PURPOSE AND EFFECT OF THE PROPOSED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT is to rezone the subject parcels, 68 lots with minimum 15 metre (50 ft) frontages from the Holding Residential Third Density Exception Thirteen (‘H’R3-13) zone to a Holding Residential Third Density Exception (‘H’R3-E) zone, in order to increase the maximum permitted lot coverages from the present 30 % to 40 % for single detached dwellings.
6.                  DEPUTATION(S)
 
7.                  a) ADOPTION OF MINUTES for the Meeting of Council May 26th, 2008, The Meeting of Committee of the Whole July 7th, 2008, the Meeting Council July 14th, 2008 and the Meeting of Council – Planning and Development July 21st, 2008 (errors & omissions)
 
            b)  BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MINUTES
 
  • Fire Chief Elyea comments on the consent letter from Peter Julian, MP Burnaby – New Westminster regarding improving health of Canadians and environment – Rid Canada of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs).
 
             The product poses extreme health risks to staff when they are involved in structural firefighting. Another threat of exposure occurs during investigations of fires when the by-products are still within the area and continue to emit gasses for long periods of time. Given the toxicity of the product I would support the banning of the above
             (motion to support the ban is prepared)
 
  • Direction re: Accessible Shuttle Service -
 
THAT Council support/rejectthe continuation of the Accessible Shuttle Service
 
8.                  CONSENT AGENDA
 
Consent Agenda
A. 1
Brenda Bozso, Tillsonburg Town Crier re: 2008 Ontario Guild of Town Crier’s Provincial Championship, note of Thanks
Received for Information
A. 2
 K.M. Fathers, National Defence Headquarters re: Riders with a Message – Ride to Rally event
Received for Information
A. 3
John Keith re: Transportation costs and Accessible Shuttle service
Received for Information
A. 4
Anonymous youth re: apology to Town for writing graffiti on Town property.
Received for Information
A. 5
Tom Kells, Kells Towing re: Bill 87 Act to regulate the motor vehicle towing industry in Ontario (Bill 87 also attached)
Direction Required
A. 6
Association of Municipalities of Ontario re: Provincial funding for Landfill Gas Capture
Received for Information
A. 7
Association of Municipalities of Ontario re: Approval of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Plan (WEEE)
Received for Information
A. 8
Association of Municipalities of Ontario re: Integrated Community Sustainability Plan Tool Kit
Received for Information
A. 9
Bullfrog Power, Association of Municipalities of Ontario and Local Authority Services re: Ontario Municipalities meet the AMO 5000-Tonne Challenge
Received for Information
A. 10
Municipality of Kincardine re: Physician Shortage Resolution
* Forwarded to Physician Attraction and Retention Committee for comment
Received for Information
A. 11
Federation of Canadian Municipalities re: New online tool calculates benefits of municipal infrastructure investments
Received for information
A. 12
BIA re: Temporary Road Closure Request – August Civic Holiday
 
Direction Required
A. 13
Dave McNulty, Plant Manager, Collingwood Ethanol re: Collingwood Ethanol Newsletter
Received for information
A. 14
Kathy Bloomfield re: Accessible Shuttle service
 
Received for information
 
 
 
Mayor’s Correspondence
M.1
Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation re: Announcing the launch of the new workbook Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation is promoting “The Elephant Thoughts – The Watershed Series” (Workbook – Office of the Mayor)
Received for Information
M.2
J.C. Bonne, Play Works re: The Youth Friendly Community Recognition Program (At the request of Mayor Carrier correspondence forwarded to Mr. Dunbar for comment – July 10, 2008)
Direction Required
M.3
Dr. Ripley, Chamber of Commerce re: Chamber support for the Town of Collingwood and the Town of the Blue Mountains’ joint efforts for the betterment of each community
Received for Information
M.4
Dr. Murphy, Ontario Senior Games Association re: The Ontario Games Bid Guidelines for the upcoming Games in 2010-2011
Received for Information
M.5
Mr. Paul Montgomery re: Minor Variance Application A-10/05
(Letter cc’d to Mayor Carrier – July 11, 2008)
Received for Information
M.6
P. Case, Collingwood East End Environmental Action Committee re: Concerns regarding Collingwood Ethanol compliance
(Letter copied to Planning Services/CAO/Clerk – July 11, 2008)
Received for Information
M.7
Federation of Canadian Municipalities re: FCM’s Green Municipal Fund Offers Low-interest Loans for Brownfield Remediation
Received for Information
M.8
Hon. Donna Cansfield, Ministry of Natural Resources re: New Endangered Species Act, 2007
(At the request of Mayor Carrier ~July 15, 2008~ comments from Department Head’s are attached)
Received for Information
M.9
Ms. Hutchings re: various concerns of the Tim Horton’s located at Hurontario and Collins Street, as well as suggestions to improve the Town’s bus service
(At the request of Mayor Carrier letters were copied to Mr. Russell/Mr. Houghton ~July 18, 2008~ no comments were required)
Received for Information
M.10
Bruce Lowe, Collingwood Lawn Bowling Club re: A friendly reminder of the upcoming Annual Council Bowl being held September 4, 2008
Received for Information
 
9.                  MOVE INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE (Staff Reports/By-laws if deemed expedient)           
 
10.           STAFF REPORTS
LS2008-12       Sesquicentennial Historic Panels – Permanent Placement
 
            THAT Council selects an appropriate location for the permanent display of the         Sesquicentennial Historic Panels.
 
P2008-42         Parking Requirement Exemptions
                        Applicant: F.S. Collingwood Development Ltd.
                        Town File No: Parke-2008-04
                        Project: Mackinaw Village (Shipyards) Proposed Condo B, Condo C and Condo D 
                        Municipal Address: 31 Huron Street
 
          THAT Council receive Staff Report P2008-42 for information purposes,
       
            AND FURTHER THAT Council exempt F.S. Collingwood Development Ltd. under Section 40            of the Planning Act with a reduction for the Mackinaw Village visitor parking from seventeen           (17) parking spaces to twelve (12) parking spaces resulting in an exemption of five (5)          parking spaces, be approved.
 
P2008-46         Parking Requirement Exemption
                        Applicant: F.S. Collingwood Development Ltd.
                        Town File No: Parke-2008-02
                        Project: Side Launch No. 2 (Shipyards)
                        Municipal Address: 31 Huron Street
         
          THAT Council receive Staff Report P2008-46 for information purposes,
       
            AND FURTHER THAT Council exempt F.S. Collingwood Development Ltd. under Section 40            of the Planning Act with a reduction for the Side Launch No. 2 commercial parking requirement      from twenty-seven (27) parking spaces to four (4) parking spaces resulting in an exemption of          twenty-three (23) parking spaces, be approved.
 
P2008-43         Proposed “Rollings” Official Plan Amendment
                        File No. OPA-2007-02 and Z2007-09
                        Applicants: Nordarla Enterprises Inc., Ronald Schott and Dana Mundell
                        11403, 11453 and 11461 Highway 26 West
                        Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe
 
            RECOMMENDING THAT Council receive and consider Staff Report P2008-43;
 
            AND FURTHER THAT Council adopt Official Plan Amendment No. 14 to amend Schedule ‘C’ to        establish a maximum density for those lands municipally known as 11403, 11453 and 11461      Highway 26 West, be approved.
 
-         THAT By-law 2008-102, being a bylaw to adopt Official Plan Amendment No. 14 to the Official Plan of the Town of Collingwood, be enacted and passed this 28th, day of July, 2008.
 
P2008-44       Proposed Plan of Subdivision: Mair Mills Estates Phase Three
                        Applicant:1355046 Ontario Inc. (Wellington Glen Properties)
                        Legal Description: Part of North Half of Lot 44, Concession 11
                        Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe
 
          RECOMMENDING THAT Council approve the draft plan of subdivision (File No. CW-T-        200801 – Mair Mills Phase Three (3)) subject to the conditions attached as Appendix ‘A’be       approved
 
P2008-47         Proposed St. Paul Street Official Plan Amendment
                        Applicant: Kristina Palmer
                        205, 211, 223 and 225 St. Paul Street
                        Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe
 
            RECOMMENDING THAT Council receives, considers and provides direction on Staff Report            P2008-47.
 
11.              MOTIONS
-         THAT the Sustainable Community Plan be adopted as presented.
 
-         THAT the Accounts Payable Revenue Vouchers for the month of June 2008 in the amount of $7,109,568.72 be approved as presented.
 
-         THATthe Supplementary Accounts Payable Revenue Vouchers, for the month of June 2008 payable to CBS Outdoor Canada in the amount of $840.00 be approved as presented
 
-         THATthe Supplementary Accounts Payable Revenue Vouchers, for the month of June 2008, payable to Georgian Design Centre in the amount of $2152.50 be approved as presented.
 
-         THAT the Supplementary Accounts Payable Revenue Vouchers for the Month of June 2008, payable to Haven’s Home Building Centre in the amount of $2,218.13 be approved as presented.
 
-         THAT the Supplementary Accounts Payable Revenue Vouchers for the Month of June 2008, payable to the UPS Store in the amount of $1,386.60 be approved as presented
 
-         THATthis Council proceeds in Camera in order to address a matter pertaining to:
þ   The receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor/client privilege, including    communications necessary for that purpose;
 
Items for Discussion
a)      Collingwood Ethanol & Canadian Mist Update
 
12.              BY-LAWS
           
-         THAT By-law 2008-101, being a By-law to Stop Up and Close the Unopened Road Allowance known as a Portion of Sidney Street, in the Town of Collingwood, be enacted and passed this 28th day of July, 2008.
 
-         THAT By-law 2008-103, being a by-law to appoint a member to the Collingwood Public Library Board, be enacted and passed this 28th day of July, 2008
 
-        THAT By-law 2008-104, being a By-law to amend procedural by-law 2006-120, be enacted and passed this 28th day of July, 2008
 
13.              NOTICE OF MOTION
 
14.              OLD or DEFERRED BUSINESS
 
15.              OTHER BUSINESS
 
-         Special Meeting of Council – August 18th @ 5pm
 
16.              CONFIRMATORY BY-LAW
-         THAT By-law No. 2008-105, being a by-law to confirm the proceedings of the meeting of           Council – Planning and Development held July 21st, 2008 and the Regular Meeting of Council held July 28th 2008, be enacted and passed this 28th day of July, 2008.
 

ADJOURNMENT

 

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