April 3, 2017 - Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee Agenda

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A meeting of the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee will be held Monday April 3, 2017 in Community Rooms B & C, Library/Municipal Offices, 55 Ste. Marie Street, Collingwood commencing at 5:00pm.
 
Members:              Chair Councillor Ecclestone, Vice-Chair Councillor Doherty, Mayor Cooper, Councillor Fryer,
                                Councillor Lloyd
Departments:        CAO, Clerk Services including Communications and By-law, Finance, Fire Services, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing & Business Development, Parks, Recreation & Culture
 
ORDER OF BUSINESS
                                            
1. CALL STANDING COMMITTEE TO ORDER
 
2. ADOPTION OF AGENDA
THAT the content of the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee Agenda for April 3, 2017 be adopted as presented.
 
3. BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MEETING (March 6, 2017)
 
4. DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
 
5. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
6. DEPUTATIONS
 
7. MINUTES/REPORTS OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
THAT the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee receive and refer the following minutes to the next regular meeting of Council:
a)    Downtown Collingwood Board of Management BIA, March 10, 2017
b)    Trails Advisory Committee, March 9, 2017
 
8. STAFF REPORTS
 
PRC2017-02    Healthy Vending Machines
 
RECOMMENDING THAT the Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee support and refer the following Staff Report to the next regular meeting of Council:
 
Staff Recommendation: THAT Council endorse the elimination of cold drink vending (Central Park Arena and Centennial Aquatic Centre) and continued promotion of water available from recently installed water bottle refill stations;
 
AND THAT Council endorse the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department to manage vending food sales and distribution for Central Park Arena and Centennial Aquatic Centre;
 
AND THAT Council endorse vending food sales and distribution be limited to 100% healthy vending (Central Park Arena and Centennial Aquatic Centre).
 
9. DEPARTMENTAL UPDATES/DISCUSSION
10. PUBLIC DELEGATION(S) (maximum 5 minutes per delegation)
11. OTHER BUSINESS
12. ADJOURNMENT
No. of Pages: 
14pages
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