April 10, 2017 - Council Agenda

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A meeting of Council will be held Monday, April 10, 2017 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 April 10, 2017 be adopted as presented.
 
3. DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
 
4. a)  ADOPTION OF MINUTES, the special meeting of Council held March 27, 2017 and the regular meeting of Council held March 27, 2017. (errors & omissions)
    b)  BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE PREVIOUS MINUTES
 
5. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
6. DEPUTATIONS
  • Presentation on Black Ash Creek Restoration and Phragmites Control, Fred Dobbs, Manager of Stewardship Services, Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Area
7. PUBLIC MEETINGS
7.1 Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment
 
The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment pertains to several parcels of land located immediately northeast of the High Street and Second Street intersection and northwest of the Second Street and Elm Street intersection. The subject lands have frontage of approximately 163 m on High Street, 128 metres on Second Street and 93 metres on Elm Street and an overall area of approximately of 1.57 hectares.   The lands are legally described as Lots 4 to 16, 19 and 20 of Registered Plan 1541, Town of Collingwood, County of Simcoe and are currently, municipally addressed as 1 High Street, 4 Murray Court and 130 Elm Street.
 
THE PURPOSE of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the property from the Residential Third Density (R3) zone to a Residential Fourth Density Exception (R4-XX) zone.
 
THE EFFECT of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to permit the construction of two apartment buildings for affordable housing with site specific exceptions for a maximum building height of 19 metres for the apartment building proposed to be located at the corner of Second Street and Elm Street, a minimum exterior yard of 5 metres for the apartment building proposed to be located at the corner of High Street and Second Street, and a minimum parking requirement of 1 space per apartment dwelling unit, inclusive of visitor parking. 
 
This land is also subject to an application for a Deeming By-law to bring the various parcels of land involved together as a single lot (Town File No. D1207117) and an application for Site Plan Approval for the affordable housing development proposal (Town File No. D11417).
 
8.            CONSENT AGENDA
General Consent Items
A.1
Sylvia Jones, MPP, Progressive Conservative Critic for Infrastructure re: Municipal Infrastructure Concerns
A.2
Scott Warnock, Chair, Board of Health re: Tobacco Endgame Proposal
A.3
Ministry of Health re: CGMH Capital Proposal
A.4
D. May re: CGMH - Additional information & dialogue required to the Stage One and Two Submission
 
9.            REPORTS/MINUTES OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
THAT Council hereby receive the following minutes:
  • Airport Services Board, March 29, 2017
  • Collingwood Public Library Board, March 23, 2017
10.          STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS
10.1 CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES STANDING COMMITTEE – APR. 03, 2017
REPORTS/MINUTES OF OTHER COMMITTEES/BOARDS
THAT Council hereby receive the following minutes:
a)    Downtown Collingwood Board of Management BIA, March 10, 2017
b)    Trails Advisory Committee, March 9, 2017
 
STAFF REPORTS
PRC2017-02    Healthy Vending Machines
 
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).
 
STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT – CORP-COMM2017-04
THAT Council receive Corporate and Community Services Standing Committee Report CORP-COMM2017-04 from its meeting held April 3, 2017, as presented.
 
10.2 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE STANDING COMMITTEE – APR. 04, 2017
 
STAFF REPORTS
C2017-05        Municipal & School Board Election 2018 – Alternative Voting Methods
 
THAT the Strategic Initiatives Standing Committee herein recommends Council support the implementation of an Internet and Telephone Voting system for the 2018 municipal and school board election and enact the necessary by-law.
 
THAT By-law No. 2017-028, being a by-law to authorize the use of internet and telephone voting as an alternative voting method for the 2018 municipal election, be enacted and passed this 10th day of April 2017.
 
P2017-02        Casino RFP Process
 
THAT Council receive this Staff Report for information, based on the legal advice received.
 
STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT – SIC2017-04
THAT Council receive Strategic Initiatives Standing Committee Report SIC2017-04 from its meeting held April 4, 2017, as presented.
 
11. STAFF REPORTS
12. MOTIONS
13. BY-LAWS
14. NOTICE OF MOTION
15. COUNTY REPORT
16. OLD or DEFERRED BUSINESS
17. OTHER BUSINESS
  • Bill 68 – Modernizing Ontario’s Municipal Legislation Act, 2016, Clerk Almas
18. IN-CAMERA
 
THAT this Council proceeds in Camera in order to address a matter pertaining to:
  • a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board; (a) (b)
  • advice that is subject to solicitor/client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose; (d)
  • personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; (c) (e)
  • labour relations or employee negotiations (f)
Items for discussion: a) Review Surplus Lands; b) Sale of Lane (18 Huron Street); c) Collus Directors; d) EPCOR update; e) Seniors award f) Union negotiations
 
Rise and Report
 
19. CONFIRMATORY BY-LAW
  • THAT By-law No. 2017-029, being a by-law to confirm the proceedings of the regular meeting of Council held April 10, 2017, be enacted and passed this 10th day of April, 2017.
20. 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: 
63pages
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