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OTTAWA CITY COUNCIL

Wednesday, 13 December 2017

 10:00 a.m.

Andrew S. Haydon Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West

AGENDA 62

 

MOMENT OF REFLECTION

 

NATIONAL ANTHEM

 

 

Councillor S. Moffatt

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS/CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES

 

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Recognition - Mayor's City Builder Award

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

 

Confirmation of the Regular and In Camera Minutes of the Council meeting of 22 November 2017.

 

 

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST INCLUDING THOSE ORIGINALLY ARISING FROM PRIOR MEETINGS

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO):

 

 

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Queen’s Park Legislative Update

 

 

·          

Federal Government Releases National Housing Strategy

 

 

·          

Things That Happened Today at Queen’s Park

 

 

Response to Inquiries:

·          

OCC 04-17 - Harmful Substance Abatement during Demolition

·          

OCC-11-17 - Regulating parking policy - landlords

 

Other Communications Received:

 

·          

Correspondence received from Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation regarding Ontario Regulation 81/12: Ottawa’s Compliance Package

 

REGRETS

No regrets filed to date.

MOTION TO INTRODUCE REPORTS

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais  

 

 

RESOLVING INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais

 

 

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS

 

CORPORATE SERVICES

 

 

1.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS

1.         That City Council receive and table the Draft 2018 Operating and Capital Budgets at its meeting of November 8, 2017 for subsequent consideration by Council in Committee of the Whole to be held December 13, 2017.

2.         That City Council refer the relevant portions of the 2018 Operating and Capital Budgets to each Standing Committee of Council and the Transit Commission for their consideration and recommendation to Council sitting in Committee of the Whole to be held December 13, 2017.

3.         That City Council refer the Information Technology Services 2018 Operating and Capital Budgets and the relevant portions of the ServiceOttawa Capital Budget to the Information and Technology Sub-Committee for its consideration and recommendation directly to Council sitting in Committee of the Whole to be held December 13, 2017.


 

COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT

 

2.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES – COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION
That City Council receive and table the Committee of Adjustment Draft 2018 Operating Budget at its meeting on November 8, 2017, for subsequent consideration by Council in Committee of the whole to be held December 13, 2017.

 

CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA

 

3.

CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA 2018 DRAFT BUDGET

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION
That City Council receive and table the Crime Prevention Ottawa Draft 2018 Operating Budget at its meeting of November 8, 2017 for subsequent consideration by Council in Committee of the Whole to be held December 13, 2017.

 


OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD

 

4.

OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE 2018 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION
That the City of Ottawa Council approve the Ottawa Police Service 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budgets.

 

OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD

 

5.

OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY:  APPROVAL OF 2018 DRAFT BUDGET ESTIMATES

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION
That City Council approve the 2018 Ottawa Public Library Board Operating and Capital Budget.

 

OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH

 

6.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH

 

BOARD OF HEALTH RECOMMENDATION

That City Council approve the 2018 Draft Operating Budget for the Ottawa Board of Health, outlined at REVISED Document 1.

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 30

 

7.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budget as follows:

1.         Development Review Process (Rural) Operating Resource             Requirement (p. 4).

 

2.         Rural Affairs Office Operating Resource Requirement (p. 5)

 

3.         The Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Capital Program (p. 6) [individual projects listed p. 14-25].


AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT 14

 

 

8.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – AUDIT COMMITTEE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Audit Committee 2018 Draft Budget - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 3).

 

COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT 28

 

9.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: 40 delegations - many feel more is needed – demand increases but funding does not keep pace. Requests for additional funding in specific areas.

Debate: Approximately 7.5 hours of consideration of this item, including staff presentation, receipt of delegations, Committee discussion, questions and answers to Staff and Committee deliberation.

Vote: The Roadmap Motion to approve the CPSC Budget CARRIED, as presented with two Directions to staff.

Position of Ward Councillor(s): City-wide report.

Position of Advisory Committee (s): A delegation from the Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) spoke in support of the work the City was doing on accessibility, and made specific observations/recommendations (submission held on file).   Witten submission from the Arts, Culture Heritage and Recreation Advisory Committee in support of the budget.

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Community and Protective Services Committee 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budgets as follows:

1.         Emergency and Protective Services Budget, as follows:

a)         General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 23);

b)        Security and Emergency Management, as follows:

i)          User Fees (P. 25);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (P. 24);

c)         Fire Services, as follows:

i)          User fees (p. 27 - 29);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 26);

d)        Paramedic Service, as follows:

i)          User Fees (p. 31);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 30);

e)         By-Law and Regulatory Services, as follows:

i)          User fees (p. 33-41);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 32).

2.         Community and Social Services Budget, as follows:

a)         General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services Operating Resource Requirement (p. 43);

b)        Social Services Operating Resource Requirement (p. 44);

c)         Children’s Services, as follows:

i)          User fees (p. 47);

ii)         Municipal Child Care Centres (p. 45)

iii)        Remaining Operating Resource Requirement (p. 45-46);

d)        Housing Services, as follows:

i)          Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative, Housing and Poverty Reduction Initiative, National Homelessness Initiative: (p. 48);

ii)         Remaining Operating Resource Requirement (p. 48);

e)         Long Term Care Operating Resource Requirement (p. 49);

f)          Partner and Stakeholder Initiatives, as follows:

i)          Community Funding (p. 50);

ii)         Remaining Operating Resource Requirement (p. 50).

3.         Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Budget, as             follows:

a)         General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services

i)          User fees (p. 53);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 52);

b)        Community Recreation and Cultural Programs

i)          User Fees (p. 55-57);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 54);

c)         Aquatics, Specialized and City Wide Programs

i)          User Fees (p. 59-60);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 58);

d)        Parks and Facilities Planning Operating Resource             Requirement (p. 61);

e)         Facility Operation Services

i)          User Fees (p. 63-64);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 62).

4.         Public Works Department - Parks Operating Resource             Requirement (p. 65).

5.         Community and Protective Services Committee Capital             Budget, as follows:

a)        Child Care Capital Budget (p. 66) [Individual projects listed on pages 120-123]

b)        Remaining Community and Protective Services Committee Capital Budget(p. 66-68) [Individual projects listed on pages 115-172].

 

ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE PROTECTION COMMITTEE REPORT 17

 

10.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED – ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE PROTECTION COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: Four delegations - general feeling that City is moving in right direction, but needs to set more aggressive targets.

Debate: Committee spent approximately 2 hours, 50 minutes on consideration of this item (Presentation / Q&A to Staff / Discussion)

Vote: The tax-supported Capital Budget CARRIED on a division of 6 yeas and 2 nays, the tax-supported Operating Budget and the Rate Supported Operating Capital Budgets CARRIED as presented. A Motion to redirect funds for two staff positions to the Smart Energy Office LOST. Five Directions to Staff were also provided.

Position of Ward Councillor(s): This is a City-wide report

Position of Advisory Committees: The delegation from the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee (ESAC) commended the City for moving in the right direction on Environmental Stewardship in the 2018 Budget, but  the Committee feels that more needs to be done (submission held on file with the City Clerk).

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve:

1.         The Environment and Climate Protection Committee 2018 Tax-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows:

a.         Infrastructure Services as follows:

i.          User Fees (p. 9);

ii.         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 8).

b.        Environmental Initiatives Operating Resource Requirement (p. 10);

c.         Solid Waste Services as follows:

i.          User Fees (pp. 12-13);

ii.         Operating Resource Requirements (p. 11);

d.        Forestry Services as follows:

i.          User Fees (p. 15);

ii.         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 14).

e.         Environment and Climate Protection Committee Capital Budget p. 16 [individual projects listed pp. 28-31, pp. 33-39].

2.         The Environment and Climate Protection Committee 2018 Rate-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows:

a.         Drinking Water Services as follows:

i.          User Fees (pp. 8-13);

ii.         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 7).

b.        Wastewater Services as follows:

i.          User Fees (pp. 15-17)

ii.         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 14);

            c.         Stormwater Services as follows:

i.          User Fees (pp. 19-22);

ii.         Operating Resource Requirements (p. 18);

d.        The Environment and Climate Protection Committee Rate-Supported Capital Budget (pp. 23-26, individual projects listed on pp. 37-57, 59-62, 64-94 and 96-112).

 

FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 30

 

11.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: The committee heard eight delegations, most in support but with suggestions and/or concerns

Debate: The Committee spent one hour and forty minutes on this item. 

Vote: The Committee CARRIED the Roadmap motion to approve the budget and a motion regarding the allocation of Ottawa Hydro dividend.

Position of Ward Councillor: City-wide.

Position of Advisory Committee: Delegations from the Accessibility Advisory Committee and French Language Services Advisory Committee - both in support, but with specific observations/ recommendations (submissions held on file).

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

1)        That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Finance and Economic Development Committee 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows:

1.         Elected Officials - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 28);

2.         City Clerk and Solicitor Budget, as follows;

            i)          User fees (p. 30-31);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 29);

3.         City Manager’s Office - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 32);

4.         Transportation Services Budget, as follows:

            a)         O-Train Construction as follows:

                                    i)          User fees (p. 34-36);

                                    ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 33);

            b)         O-Train Planning – Operating Resource                                 Requirement (p. 37);

5.         Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department Budget, as follows:

a)        General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services – Operating Resources Requirement (p. 38);

b)        Economic Development and Long Range Planning, as follows:

            i)          User fees (p. 40-42);

                                    ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 39);

6.         Service Innovation and Performance Department Budget, as follows:

a)        General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services – Operating Resources Requirement (p. 43);

b)        Services Transformation – Operating Resources Requirement (p. 44)

c)        Public Information and Media Relations - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 45);

d)        Human Resources - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 46);

e)        Service Ottawa as follows:

                        i)          User fees (p. 48);

                                    ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 47);

7.         Corporate Services Department Budget, excluding the Information Technology Services Operating Budget, as follows:

a)        General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 49);

b)        Revenue Services, as follows:

            i)          User fees (p. 51-52);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 50);

c)        Corporate Finance – Operating Resource Requirement (p. 53);

d)        Supply Services - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 54);

e)        Corporate Real Estate Office, as follows:

            i)          User fees (p. 57);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 56);

8.         Finance and Economic Development Committee Capital Budget (p. 61-62), excluding Information Technology Projects 908655 and 908875 and ServiceOttawa Project 908388, [individual projects listed pp. 109-112,116,120]; and

9.         Non-Departmental - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 58-60).

2)        That Council approve that any surplus in the Hydro dividend received in 2018 will be allocated such that 2/3 of the amount be directed towards the Road Resurfacing program and that 1/3 be directed towards energy efficiency programs within the City, with specific projects to be recommended by the Environment and Climate Protection Committee and Council once the specific dollar amount, if any, is known.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUB-COMMITTEE REPORT 4

 

12.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUB-COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: One delegation - raised concerns regarding availability of information on-line and offering suggestions on how the City could lower its costs and improve it service delivery.

Submissions: No written submissions were received.

Debate: Committee spent approximately 2 hours, 10 minutes on consideration of this item (Presentation / Q&A to Staff / Discussion)

Vote: Item was CARRIED as presented.

Position of Ward Councillor(s): This is a City-wide report

Position of Advisory Committees: No Advisory Committee comments were received.


 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the ITSC portion of the 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, including amended page 4, additional pages 10-A and 10-B, and amended pages 10 and 11, as follows:

1.         The Information Technology Services Budget as follows:

a.         Information Technology Services Operating Resource Requirement (p. 3 of the ITSC budget book);

b.        ITSC Capital Budget (amended p. 4 of the ITSC budget book), individual projects listed on page 9 and additional page 10-B.

 

PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT 55

 

13.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – PLANNING COMMITTEE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Planning Committee 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows:

1)        The Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Budget, as follows:

a)        Right of Way, Heritage and Urban Design, as follows:

i)          User Fees (p. 12-17);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p.11);

b)        Planning Services (excluding Building Code Services – Ontario Building Code), as follows:

i)          User Fees (p.19-29);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 18);

c)        Building Code Services - Ontario Building Code, as follows:

i)          User Fees (p. 31-36);

ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (p. 30);

d)        Long Range Planning - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 37).

2)        The Affordable Housing Operating Resource Requirement (p. 38).

3)        The Planning Committee Capital Budget (p. 39) [individual projects listed p. 53, 55].

 

TRANSIT COMMISSION REPORT 16

 

14.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – TRANSIT COMMISSION

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: 11 delegations - all supportive of EquiPass & EquiFare, and suggesting improvements to Transit system.

Submissions:   Nine written submissions (from the above delegations)

Debate: Committee spent approximately three hours of consideration of this item (Presentation / Delegations / Q&A to Staff / Discussion)

Vote: Item was CARRIED as amended (by motion to reimburse qualifying low-income Transit users for cost of Presto card, and to amend user fee table to provide that price for new Presto cards for customers making new registration for EquiPass be set at zero. Two Directions to Staff were also provided. EquiFare report was RECEIVED as information supplemental to the 2018 Budget.

Position of Ward Councillor(s): This is a City-wide report

Position of Advisory Committees: The delegation from the Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) indicated the Committee’s support for the budget provided to improve transit accessibility, and made specific observations/ recommendations (submission held on file).

COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Transit Commission 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows:

1.         Transit Services as follows:

a)        User fees (pp. 4-6) as amended by the following:

i.          That a credit of $6.00 be issued to the Presto account of every customer who registered for the EquiPass discount in 2017 and who had the discount loaded onto their Presto card and registered their Presto card, and that this credit be funded from within the approved 2017 funding for the EquiPass discount, and;

ii.         That the User Fee table in the 2018 Draft Operating budget be amended to provide that the price for a new Presto card for a customer making a new registration for the EquiPass or EquiFare discount be set at zero, and that this discount from the regular price be funded from within the proposed funding for the EquiPass/EquiFare discounts;

b)        Operating Resource Requirement (p. 3);

c)        Transit Commission Capital Budget (pp. 7 and 8), individual projects listed pp. 14-33.

 

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT 29

 

15.

2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET – TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: Eight delegations

Debate: Committee spent approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes on this item, including staff presentation, public delegations, questions and Committee deliberations.

Vote: CARRIED, as amended

Position of Ward Councillors: City Wide

Position of Advisory Committee: The Accessibility Advisory Committee was generally in support of the budget.  Their submission contained several recommendations and comments with regards to ensuring acceptable levels of access are retained and/or improved (submission held on file)

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

That Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Transportation Committee 2018 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, including amended pages 29, 102 and 133, as follows:

1.         The Public Works and Environmental Services (PWES) Budget, as follows:

a)        General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services - Operating Resource Requirement (page 11);

b)        Roads Services, as follows:

            i)          User Fees (page 13);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (page 12);

c)        Parking Services, as follows:

            i)          User Fees (pages 15-19);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (page 14), as                         amended by the following;

(1)       that City Council waive the requirements of the City’s Municipal Parking Management Strategy to install bike racks only in paid parking areas, and establish a pilot project for 2018 to install bike racks at up to 50 OC Transpo bus stops both within and outside paid parking areas, as described in this motion, to be funded from within the existing Parking Operations budget, on the understanding that any additional funds required will be transferred from the Parking Reserve Fund, to an upset limit of $30,000; and

(2)       That in addition to the investment stated above, staff be directed to approach Velocity Media Company (1823374 Ontario Inc.) to determine if they wish to provide additional bike racks in priority locations at OC Transpo stations and bus stops, both within and outside paid parking areas.

2.         The Transportation Services Budget, as follows:

d)        Traffic Services, as follows:

            i)          User Fees (pages 21-22);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (page 20);

e)        Transportation Planning Operating Resource Requirement (page 23);

f)         Corporate Services Department - Fleet Services, as follows:

            i)          User Fees (page 25);

            ii)         Operating Resource Requirement (page 24);

3.         The amended Transportation Committee Capital Budget (pages 26-30) [Individual projects are listed on pages 47-128].

 

MOTION TO RISE AND REPORT

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais

 

 

MOTION TO ADOPT 2018 BUDGET REPORTS

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais

 

 

POSTPONEMENTS AND DEFERRALS

CITY CLERK AND SOLICITOR

 

16.

PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE – ESTABLISHMENT

Deferred from the City Council meeting of March 8, 2017

REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council:

1.         Take up consideration of Part I, Recommendations 7(b) and 7(c) within the 2014-2018 Mid-term Governance Review report (ACS2016-CCS-GEN-0024) pertaining to the establishment of a Planning Advisory Committee, which were deferred from the City Council meeting held on 8 March 2017; and

2.         Approve the following substitute recommendations with respect to a Planning Advisory Committee:

a.         Approve the establishment of a Planning Advisory Committee to meet the requirements of the Planning Act, as amended by Bill 73, the Smart Growth for Our Communities Act, 2015, including the recruitment and selection process, as described in this report; and

b.        Approve the Terms of Reference for the Planning Advisory Committee, a set forth in Document 1.

 

REPORTS

 

CITY CLERK AND SOLICITOR

 

 

17.

STATUS UPDATE – COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 8, 2017

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION
That Council receive this report for information.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 30

 

 

18.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – PART OF 8089 AND 8165 FRANKTOWN ROAD

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for a part of 8089 Franktown Road and 8165 Franktown Road to permit detached dwellings and open space uses, as detailed in Document 2.

 

19.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – 7771 SNAKE ISLAND ROAD

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

That Council approve:

1.         an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 7771 Snake Island Road to permit “Instructional facility limited to training in welding and iron works” use to the entire consolidated property, as detailed in revised Document 2.

a.         Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning with the following:

            The proposed changes to the City of Ottawa Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 7771 Snake Island Road:

i.                          The Zoning Map of By-law 2008-250, entitled the “City of Ottawa Zoning By-law” be amended by rezoning the lands shown as Area A on Document 1 from RC1 to RC1 [668r]; and,

ii.                        ii. Amend Column III of Exception 668r of Section 240 – Rural Exceptions by adding the text, “and iron works” after the word, “welding”.

2.         replacing Document 1 – Location Map with the attached location map; and,

3.         that there be no further notice pursuant to Subsection 34(17) of the Planning Act.

 

20.

REGIMBALD, SIMPSON AND WILSON-JOHNSTON MUNICIPAL DRAINS – APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

That Council appoint Mr. Andy Robinson, P. Eng of Robinson Consultants Inc. as the engineer of record to prepare a report under Section 78 (1) of the Drainage Act to inform Council on the current status of the 1. Regimbald Municipal Drain 2. Simpson Municipal Drain 3. Wilson-Johnston Municipal Drain and whether one or more of the projects listed under Section 78 (1.1) is required for the better use, maintenance or repair of the drainage works or lands or roads.

 

21.

EXTENSION OF BY-LAW 2013-199 – USE OF ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES ON CITY ROADS

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve that By-law 2013-199 – Use of All-Terrain Vehicles on City Roads be extended until January 31, 2019, prior to which time, staff will provide an evaluation report to the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee that will include a review of how other rural municipalities have approached ATV use.

 

22.

MANOTICK ARENA - TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM GEORGINA FALLS TRUST FUND AND COMMEMORATIVE NAMING OF DRESSING ROOMS AND COMMUNITY ROOMS

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council approve:

1.         That $12,000 be transferred from the Georgina Falls Trust Fund to the community’s portion of the grant approved through the Major Capital Partnership Program; and

2.         The naming of two dressings rooms after “Jack Crawford” and “The Robinson & Goodfellow Families” and two of the community rooms on the second level after the “Manotick Kiwanis” and the “Manotick Lions”.

 

AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT 14

 

23.

2017 ERNST & YOUNG AUDIT PLAN

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council receive this report for information.

 

24.

OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) – ANNUAL REPORT AND DETAILED AUDIT REPORTS

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: No delegations

Debate: The Committee spent four hours and ten minutes on this item. 

Vote: The Committee CARRIED the report as presented.

Position of Ward Councillor: City-wide

Position of Advisory Committee: None

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council consider and approve the audit recommendations.

 

ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE PROTECTION COMMITTEE REPORT 17

 

25.

ENERGY EVOLUTION: OTTAWA’S COMMUNITY ENERGY TRANSITION STRATEGY, PHASE 1

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: 13 Delegations; largely supportive of Strategy, but suggesting that it could be more aggressive.

Debate: Committee spent approximately 2 hours, 10 minutes’-worth of consideration of this item (Presentation/ Q&A to Staff / Discussion).

Vote: Item was CARRIED as presented.

Position of Ward Councillor(s): This is a City-wide report.

Position of Advisory Committees: ESAC delegation spoke before Committee; general sentiment is that Strategy needs greater clarity and needs to be more aggressive in its approach.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council:

1.         Receive Energy Evolution: Ottawa’s Community Energy Transition Strategy, Phase 1 attached as Document 1.

2.         Direct staff to initiate the recommendations described in this report and summarized in Document 2.

3.         Direct staff to complete Phase 2 of the Energy Evolution Strategy that will include the transportation, buildings, waste streams and energy storage pathways, in collaboration with community partners.

4.         Direct staff to report back to Committee and Council on the status and implementation of Energy Evolution by Q1, 2019.


 

26.

CORPORATE ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION POLICY

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve the Corporate Electric Vehicle Charging Station Policy attached as Document 1.

 

FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 30

 

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HOTEL AND SHORT TERM ACCOMMODATION TAX

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: The committee heard fourteen delegations on this item.

Debate: The Committee spent one hour and thirty-five minutes on this item. 

Vote: The Committee REFERRED the report recommendations and motions to Council for consideration on December 13, 2017. A direction to staff was given to provide information regarding the exemption, statistics on bed and breakfasts and the Alberta model, prior to the Council meeting.

Position of Ward Councillor: Citywide.

Position of Advisory Committee: None.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

1.         That Council consider the following report recommendations, as referred by Finance and Economic Development Committee:

a.         Adopt a four percent Municipal Accommodation Tax via bylaw effective January 1, 2018 and delegate the authority to the Mayor and City Manager to negotiate and to enter into the necessary agreements, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to implement the mandatory Municipal Accommodation Tax in the City of Ottawa; and

b.        Provide the revenue proceeds in the amount defined in Municipal Act Regulation 435/17 to the local tourism entity as further described in this report for services or activities supporting the promotion and development of tourism to Ottawa; and

2.         That Council consider the following motions, as referred by Finance and Economic Development Committee:

a.         That Recommendation 1 of report ACS2017-CSD-REV-0011 be replaced with the following:

1.         Adopt a four percent Municipal Accommodation via by-law effective January, 1 2018 with a sixty-day phase in for accommodators of 10 rooms or less which will be charged on the accommodation portion of their guest invoice, and delegate the authority to the Mayor and City Manager to negotiate and to enter into the necessary agreements, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to implement the mandatory Municipal Accommodation Tax in the City of Ottawa;

b.        That the Municipal Accommodation Tax by-law included in Document 2 provide that bed and breakfast operators may exempt guests from paying the Municipal Accommodation Tax on the breakfast portion of the invoice, which may be valued at up to twenty-five percent of the total guest invoice.

 


 

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28.

BUILDING BETTER REVITALIZED NEIGHBOURHOODS – NEIGHBOURHOOD REVITALIZATION STRATEGIES FOR HEATHERINGTON AND VANIER SOUTH-OVERBROOK

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: The committee heard four delegations on this item, in support but with suggestions or concerns

Debate: The Committee spent one hour on this item. 

Vote: The staff recommendation CARRIED as presented

Position of Ward Councillor: City-wide.

Position of Advisory Committee: N/A

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council :

1.         approve the Neighbourhood Revitalization Strategies for Heatherington and Vanier South-Overbrook as detailed in Documents 2 and 3; and

2.         approve $200,000 funded through the One-time and Unforeseen Provision in 2018 to implement $54,500 in unspent 2017 Action Items and 145,500 for 2018 Action Items included in the Neighbourhood Revitalization Strategies contained in Documents 2 and 3.

 


 

29.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – 1040 BANK STREET

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: The committee heard 12 delegations on this item, 7 opposed or with concerns and 5 in support.

Debate: The Committee spent two hours on this item. 

Vote: Recommendation 1 of the staff report, as follows, was REFERRED to Council:

That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1040 Bank Street to permit a mixed-use development, as detailed in Documents 2 and 3.

Position of Ward Councillor: Councillor Chernushenko does not support the rezoning amendment; his comments are contained within the report.

Position of Advisory Committee: N/A

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

That Council consider the following report recommendation, as referred by Planning Committee:

1.         That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1040 Bank Street to permit a mixed-use development, as detailed in Documents 2 and 3.

 

30.

APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 667 BANK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CLEMOW ESTATE EAST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Items 30 and 31 were considered concurrently by the Planning Committee

Delegations: Planning Committee heard 7 delegations on the two items combined; 4 spoke in opposition or with concerns and 3 spoke in support.

Debate: The Committee spent one hour and 35 minutes on the two items combined 

Vote: In respect of the Application for New Construction at 667 Bank Street, A Property Designated Under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act and Located in the Clemow Estate East Heritage Conservation District, Planning Committee CARRIED the staff recommendations with an amendment to accept a revised landscape plan (document 6).

In respect of the Zoning By-Law Amendment for 667 Bank Street, Planning Committee CARRIED the report recommendations as presented, with one dissent.

Position of Ward Councillor: Councillor Chernushenko’s comments are contained within both reports.

Position of Advisory Committee: N/A

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

1.         approve the application for new construction at 667 Bank Street, according to the plans submitted by Vincent P. Colizza Architect Inc. on July 6, 2017, attached as Documents 4, 5, and 7, and the revised Landscape Plan prepared by Levstek Consultants Inc. dated November 8, 2017, attached as Document 6 subject to the approval of other required planning applications;

2.         issue the heritage permit with an expiry date of either:

(a)       two years from the date of issuance; or

(b)       two years from the date that decisions on applications under the Planning Act are final and binding, whichever is later; and

3.         delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department.

(Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act was extended and will expire on January 31, 2018.)

(Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a building permit.)

 

31.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – 667 BANK STREET

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 667 Bank Street to permit a mixed-use building, as detailed in Documents 2 and 3.

 

32.

APPLICATION TO ALTER 551 FAIRVIEW AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT

COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

Delegations: The committee heard 13 delegations on this item, 9 opposed or with concerns and 4 in support.

Debate: The Committee spent one hour and 30 minutes on this item. 

Vote: Planning Committee approved the report recommendations as amended by revised plans, submitted on 22 November 2017 (replacement for Document 5 of the report).

Position of Ward Councillor: Councillor Nussbaum moved the amending motion at Planning Committee and voted in support

Position of Advisory Committee: N/A

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

That Council:

1.         approve the application to alter the building at 551 Fairview Avenue according to revised plans prepared by Shean Architects, submitted and dated November 22, 2017, and that Document 5 of the report be replaced with the attached revised Elevations prepared by Shean Architects dated November 22, 2017 subject to the following condition:

a.         That a construction staging plan be submitted to staff in Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development;

2.         approve the landscape design for the building at 551 Fairview Avenue according to plans prepared by Shean Architects and John K. Szczepaniak Landscape Architect dated September 17, 2017, submitted on October 30, 2017, subject to the following condition:

a.         That the tree preservation and protection measures identified in the tree conservation report prepared by IFS Associates be implemented in consultation with staff in Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development;

3.         issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance unless extended by Council prior to expiry; and

4.         delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department.

(Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on January 8, 2018.)

(Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a building permit.)

 

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33.

BUILDING BETTER AND SMARTER SUBURBS – INFRASTRUCTURE STANDARDS REVIEW – SUMP PUMP SYSTEMS FOR FOUNDATION DRAINAGE IN NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION, AS AMENDED

That Council approve the screening criteria and requirements for sump pump systems set out in this report, as amended by the following:

1.         the second sentence of the second full paragraph on page 4 of the report be modified to read in accordance with the following:
Constructing the foundation above the post development seasonal high water table ensures that perimeter foundation drains are only required during atypical conditions, such as very large storm events or unusually high water table conditions (e.g. during spring runoff conditions following a winter with very high snowfall).

2.         the second sentence of the second full paragraph on page 5 of the report be modified to read in accordance with the following:
The main focus of the hydrogeological investigations will be the determination of the post development seasonal high water table, with the goal of ensuring that underside of footing elevations are maintained above this level such that the operation of sump pump systems is only required during unusual conditions.

3.         the second sentence of the first criterion for Requirements for Sump Pump Systems on page 6 of the report be modified to read in accordance with the following:
The monitoring well program shall be designed and supervised by a hydrogeologist or qualified engineer, who will also be responsible for the overall hydrogeological assessment.

 

34.

APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 51 SWEETLAND AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE SWEETLAND AVENUE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED

That Council:

1. approve the application to rebuild the previous house and construct a new rear addition located at 51 Sweetland Avenue, according to the plans prepared by Robertson Martin Architects, dated May, 2015, revised November 1, 2017, and submitted on November 7, 2017, and the revised site and landscape plan prepared by Robertson Martin Architects, dated May, 2015, revised November 15, 2017, and submitted on November 29, 2017, such approval being conditional upon the replacement of existing asphalt (hard surfacing) with soft landscaping, including shrubs and a street tree;

2.         delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department;

3.         issue a heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance unless extended by Council prior to expiry; and

4.         suspend the notice required under Subsection 29 (3) and 34 (1) of the Procedure By-law to consider this report at its meeting on 13 December 2017, so that Council may consider this matter prior to the winter legislative break to allow the timely reconstruction of the house.

(Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on February 5, 2018.)
(Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a building permit.).

 

35.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – PARKING SPACES AT LANSDOWNE PARK (945 BANK STREET)

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250, as shown on Document 1 and detailed in Document 2.

 

36.

REVIEW OF WINDOW SIGNS – PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY LAW 2016-326

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council:

1.         approve amendments to the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law 2016-326, to make minor changes to the illuminated window sign provisions, as detailed in Document 1; and

2.         authorize the Chief Building Official, Building Code Services, to finalize and make minor adjustments to the amendments described in Document 1.

 

37.

THIRD PARTY INFRASTRUCTURE AGREEMENT FOR THE DETAILED DESIGN, TENDER AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE BYPASS SANITARY SEWER ALONG JOHNWOODS STREET

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council delegate authority to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development department, to enter into a Third Party Infrastructure Agreement with Mattamy Homes for the detailed design, tender and construction of a 250-millimetre diameter bypass sanitary sewer along Johnwoods Street between Maple Grove Road and Johnwoods Street Sanitary Pump Station, connecting on Mika Street, to an upset limit of $195,000 plus Harmonized Sale Tax.

 

38.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – 1980 TRIM ROAD AND 5157 INNES ROAD

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1980 Trim Road and 5157 Innes Road to permit a six-storey retirement home and residential care facility, a personal service business and a convenience store, as detailed in Document 2.

 


 

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39.

ALL WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF JAVA STREET AND CLARENDON AVENUE, THE INTERSECTION OF ROSS AVENUE AND SPENCER STREET, AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A SPEED REDUCTION TO 40 KM PER HOUR ON GLADSTONE AVENUE BETWEEN PARKDALE AVENUE AND PRESTON

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council approve:

1.         The installation of an all-way stop control at the intersection of Java Street at Clarendon Avenue;

2.         The installation of an all-way stop control at the intersection of Spencer Street at Ross Avenue; and,

3.         The implementation of a speed reduction from 50 km/h to 40 km/h along Gladstone Avenue between Parkdale Avenue and Preston Street.

 

40.

FAIRLAWN AVENUE SPEED REDUCTION BETWEEN CARLING AVENUE AND LENESTER AVENUE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

That Council reduce the speed limit along Fairlawn Avenue between Carling Avenue and Lenester Avenue be reduced from 50 km per hour (unsigned) to 40 km per hour.

 

BULK CONSENT AGENDA

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 30

 

 

A.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – ANOMALY – 168 BAILLIE AVENUE AND PART OF 1640, 1641 BONTREY PLACE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to update the flood plain overlay and area-specific provisions affecting 168 Baillie Avenue and part of 1640, 1641 Bontrey Place in accordance with mapping received from the Conservation Authorities, and rezone part of 1640, 1641 from O1-Open Space to Village Residential First Density Subzone A, exception zones [XX1r] and [XX2r], as detailed in Document 2.

 

B.

CARP AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT – AREA-SPECIFIC INFRASTRUCTURE RECOVERY CHARGE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council:

1.         Approve the area-specific infrastructure charge for the Carp Airport Development to recover capital costs associated with water infrastructure expansion required to accommodate new development, as identified in Document 1;

2.         Approve that all past and future revenue from the Carp and Carp Airport Areas-Specific Infrastructure Charge be directed to Area-Specific Infrastructure deferral revenue accounts to fund the associated infrastructure; and

3.         Approve the enactment of a by-law in the general form attached in Document 2.

 

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C.

APPOINTMENT OF AN EXTERNAL AUDITOR FOR THE CITY OF OTTAWA

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

That Council appoint Ernst and Young LLP as the external auditors of the City of Ottawa commencing January 02, 2018 and ending September 30, 2023 (includes five (5) annual audits) for a firm cost (for the five (5) year period) of $1,746,261 plus HST and that the necessary By-Law be enacted.

 

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D.

COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL – KAVANAGH GREEN

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve the proposal to name the future park located at the southwest corner intersection of Hazeldean Road and Stittsville Main Street “Kavanagh Green”.

 

 

E.

COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL MOODIE FAMILY CEMETERY

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve the proposal to name the cemetery located within Claudette Cain Park the “Moodie Family Cemetery.”

 

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F.

APPOINTMENT TO THE BELLS CORNERS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve the appointment of Kelly Williams to the Bells Corners Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2018.

 

G.

APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORLÉANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve the appointments of Meghan Bellefleur and Doug Feltmate to the Heart of Orléans Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2018.

 

H.

APPOINTMENT TO THE WELLINGTON WEST BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve the appointment of Terry Fitzpatrick to the Wellington West Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2018.

 

I.

BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS REVITALIZATION PROJECT - FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS AND TRANSITION UPDATE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council:

1.         Delegate authority to the Ottawa Markets Municipal Services Corporation (“Ottawa Markets”) to administer the provisions of the Parkdale Market Program By-law 2008-448 and ByWard Market Program By law 2008-449, as may be amended by Council, to be effective January 1, 2018 and to include the collection and retention of fees for operational purposes, as described in this report;

2.         Receive for information the 2018 operating budget of Ottawa Markets Ottawa Markets” attached as Document 1;

3.         Delegate authority to the City Treasurer to transfer the Markets Deferred Revenue Fund balance to Ottawa Markets for the purposes described in this report; 

4.         Delegate authority to the City Treasurer to approve financial support to Ottawa Markets in the form of a guarantee for a commercial bank line of credit or loan of up to $1,000,000 for a period to be authorized by the City Treasurer and reviewed annually in conjunction with the annual report, as described in this report; and

5.         Delegate authority to the City Treasurer, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to finalize and execute all necessary financial agreements, as described in this report.

 

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J.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – 6429 RENAUD ROAD

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

That Council approve:

1.         amendments to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 6429 Renaud Road to permit a residential subdivision consisting of 285 single detached dwellings, 689 townhouse units, and 104 back-to-back townhouse units, as detailed in Document 2; and

2.         that the implementing Zoning By-law not proceed to City Council until such time that the companion application for Plan of Subdivision approval receives draft approval and all opportunities for appeal have been exhausted.

 

K.

ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT – ANOMALY – 324 SANCTUARY PRIVATE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 correct an anomaly in exception [2378] concerning the corner side yard setback provision affecting 324 Sanctuary Private in Greystone Village (North Village), as detailed in Document 2.

 

CITY CLERK AND SOLICITOR

 

L.

SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO BILL 73 ‘EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS’ AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF NOVEMBER 22, 2017

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION
That City Council approve the Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for items considered at the City Council Meeting of November 22, 2017 that are subject to the ‘Explanation Requirements’ of Bill 73, the Smart Growth for Our Communities Act, 2015, as described in this report and attached as Document 1.

 

MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais

 

 

MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN

MOTION

Moved by Councillor Harder
Seconded by Councillor Tierney

WHEREAS the purpose of the ongoing R4 study is to review the land use planning policies associated with low-rise single detached and multi-unit dwellings for the purposes of assessing the land use planning impact of such dwellings where they contain more than four bedrooms and to establish further zoning standards to help ensure their compatibility; and

WHEREAS staff have requested that a sponsors group of councillors be formed to help inform and guide the R4 study; and

WHEREAS such a sponsors group should be comprised of ward councillors whose wards are most impacted by the issues the R4 study is looking to address.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve a sponsors group for the R4 study comprised of Councillor Brockington, Councillor Fleury, Councillor Leiper and Councillor Chernushenko.

 

MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE

 

NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)

 

MOTION TO INTRODUCE BY-LAWS

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais

 

 

THREE READINGS

 

a)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to appoint external auditors.

b)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to impose special annual drainage rates upon lands in respect of which money is borrowed under the Tile Drainage Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. T.8.

c)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law Number 2-79 to expand the Westboro Improvement Area.

d)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2017-180 respecting the appointment of Municipal Law Enforcement Officers in accordance with private property parking enforcement.

e)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at promenade Kilbirnie Drive, ruelle Belleek Lane and chemin River Mist Road on Plan 4M-1552, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

f)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume it for public use (rue Grand Canal Street).

g)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to change the name of rue Ottawa Street, rue Cockburn Street, rue Burke Street, rue Lennox Street, chemin Frank Kenny Road, terrasse Rideau Terrace, croissant Davidson Crescent, municipal highways in the City of Ottawa.

h)            A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume it for public use (chemin Rouncey Road).

i)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume it for public use (Lynn Valley Terrace).

j)               A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume it for public use (chemin Olive Road).

k)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2016-377 governing the proceedings of the Council and its Committees.

l)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2016-376 granting of rebates for the installation of protective plumbing to reduce the risk of basement or cellar flooding from City sewer backup for residential units and to repeal by-law 2005-209 to correct a typographical error.

m)           A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at 179 & 181 voie Boundstone Way on Plan 4M-1556, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

n)            A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at privé Camden Private on Plan 4M-1553 as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

o)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands promenade Décoeur Drive, voie Mountain Sorrel Way, rue June Grass Street, rue Hyssop Street, rue de Vendôme Street and promenade Jerome Jodoin Drive on Plan 4M-1592, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

p)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at Shinny Avenue on Plan 4M-1503, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

q)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at voie Wild Calla Way, cours Dragonfly Walk and rue Compass Street on Plan 4M-1545, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

r)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at Livery Street on Plan 4M-1503, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

s)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend and extend By-law No. 2013-199 respecting the temporary regulation of the operation of All-Terrain Vehicles and Motorized Snow Vehicles on certain designated highways and unopened road allowances within Osgood Ward (Ward 20) in the City of Ottawa.

t)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish the Municipal Accommodation Tax

u)            A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend by-law 2017-318 providing an exemption from taxation for veterans’ organizations within the City of Ottawa.

v)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-449 respecting the licensing, regulating and governing of vending and performance activities, and the provision of tourist services, in the ByWard Market and the establishment of a designated space programme for the ByWard Market.

w)            A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-448 respecting the licensing, regulating and governing of vending in the Parkdale Market.

x)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of the lands known municipally as 1040 Bank Street.

y)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of part of the lands known municipally as 7771 Snake Island Road.

z)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 168 Baillie Ave and part of the lands known as 1640 and 1641 Bontrey Place.

aa)          A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of part of lands known municipally as 8089 and 8165 Franktown Road.

bb)          A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 3490 Innes Road.

cc)          A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 667 Bank Street.

dd)          A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to amend urban exception 2378 as it applies to the lands known municipally as 324 Sanctuary Private.

ee)          A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan for the City of Ottawa to add a site specific policy for the for the property at 325, 327, and 333 Montreal Road and 273 Ste. Anne Avenue.

ff)            A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Montreal Road Secondary Plan of Volume 2A, Secondary Plans of the Official Plan for the City of Ottawa to add site-specific policies for lands municipally known as 325, 327, and 333 Montreal Road and 273 Ste. Anne Avenue

gg)          A by-law of the City of Ottawa to close part of the untraveled road allowance between Lots 10 and 11, Concession 4, Geographic Township of Osgoode, City of Ottawa.

hh)         A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of part of the lands known municipally as 945 Bank Street.

ii)             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of the lands known municipally as 1980 Trim Road and 5157 Innes Road.

 

 

CONFIRMATION BY-LAW

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais  

 

 

INQUIRIES

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Councillors M. Taylor and S. Blais  

 

 


 

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