C. McKenney: Voting History

From 1969-12-31 to 2020-03-25, out of 3318 votes of 'Yes' or 'No', C. McKenney voted against the majority 112 times (3.38%)

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City Council
2020-03-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion, in order to respond in a timely manner to the restrictions in place as a result of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to provide that Members of Council may participate in consideration of, and vote on, the following motion through electronic participation by way of telephone at the Special Meeting of City Council on March 25, 2020, in accordance with subsections 238(3.1) to 238(3.4) of the Municipal Act, 2001: WHEREAS the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve and is causing significant effects across the world and in the City of Ottawa; and WHEREAS the ongoing COVID-19 situation and associated recommendation from Ottawa Public Health that social distancing be practiced in order to decrease transmission may result in some Members of Council being unable to physically attend details MOTION TO AMEND THE PROCEDURE BY-LAW 2019-8 TO PERMIT REMOTE PARTICIPATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH BILL 187, MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY ACT, 2020 AND RELATED PROCEDURAL MATTERS REQUIRED AS A RESULT OF THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC
Yes Yes Motion To: That the motions and reports listed on the Final Council agenda for the Special City Council Meeting of March 25th, 2020 be received and considered. details COUNCILLORS M. LULOFF AND L. DUDAS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on February 27, 2020, Stephen Blais was elected to be the Member of Provincial Parliament for Orléans and, in accordance with Subsection 260(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, provided the Clerk with written notice of his resignation as City Councillor for Ward 19 (Cumberland) on March 5, 2020, effective that same day; and WHEREAS in accordance with Section 262 of the Municipal Act, 2001, when a Member resigns, Council is statutorily mandated to declare the Office to be vacant at its “next meeting”, being the meeting of March 25, 2020; and WHEREAS in accordance with Section 263 of the Municipal Act, 2001, within 60 days of declaring the Office vacant, Council shall either appoint a new Member, or pass a by-law requiring a by-election to be held in accordance with the Municipal Elections Act, 1996; and WHEREAS the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve and is causing significant, ongoing and shifting effects throughout the City of Ottawa; and WHERE details DECLARATION OF VACANT OFFICE ON COUNCIL - WARD 19 (CUMBERLAND) AND RELATED MATTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization assessed COVID-19 as a global pandemic; and WHEREAS on March 17, 2020 the Province of Ontario declared a State of Emergency related to the presence of COVID-19 within the province; and WHEREAS, the City of Ottawa has been implementing measures to slow the spread of the virus, including the cancellation of all recreational and cultural programming and the closure of public service counters at City facilities, and encouraging residents to socially distance and self-isolate as required; and WHEREAS, small businesses are the backbone of our local economy and facing financial uncertainty in this evolving situation; and WHEREAS to ensure that the City could provide a grace period for tax payment and tax deferrals for financially impacted residents, including small businesses as soon as possible and without an undue administrative burden, the City Treasurer has established the criteria for eligibility for property tax deferral details MOTION - 2020 PROPERTY TAX COVID-19 HARDSHIP DEFERRAL PROGRAM AND WATER PAYMENT GRACE PERIOD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has enacted a Licensing By-law No. 2002-189, as amended, to regulate businesses for purposes of public health and safety, consumer protection and community nuisance control; AND WHEREAS there are 34 business licensing categories regulated under the Licensing By-law, each with annual renewal requirements and an expiry date; AND WHEREAS the licenses of a number of those categories will be expiring at the end of March, April and beyond, in 2020; AND WHEREAS, given the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, the client service counters, including the one at By-law and Regulatory Services’ Headquarters, where many licensees would have been renewing their licenses, have been temporary closed to prevent the spread of the virus; AND WHEREAS licensees and staff will require additional time to renew, and process renewals respectively, given alternative mechanisms currently being operationalized for that purpose; BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve an amendment details MOTION - AUTHORITY TO EXTEND EXPIRY DATES FOR BUSINESS LICENSE RENEWALS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in many instances the ability to convey title in new homes requires the lifting of part lot control; and WHEREAS in order to be able to register a part lot control by-law, the legal description, including the subdivision plan number must be contained within the by-law; and WHEREAS there may closings relating to a registered plan of subdivision that will not be able to proceed if a part lot control exemption by-law is not enacted; and WHEREAS the Municipal Act, sections 9, 10, 11 and 23.1 permit the City to delegate the power to enact certain by-laws; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approves the following: 1. Between March 25, 2020 and May 31, 2020, inclusive, Council delegates to the Director of Planning Services of the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department, the authority to enact by-laws for the exemption from Part Lot Control pursuant to the Planning Act, section 50 in respect of the land for which a part lot control exemption is sough details MOTION - PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTION - DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council approved on December 11th, 2019 that an additional joint meeting of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and Planning Committee pursuant to the Planning Act, section 26 would take place in March 2020 to consider growth management policies, intensification, urban land needs and an overview of timelines and milestones; and WHEREAS this meeting was scheduled for March 30, 2020; and WHEREAS due to the release of the Provincial Policy Statement, 2020 and the current extraordinary circumstances it is necessary that this joint meeting be rescheduled; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the additional Joint Meeting of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and Planning Committee take place at a time and date to be determined by the Chairs of these two Committees. details RESCHEDULING OF ADDITIONAL OFFICIAL PLAN JOINT MEETING OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
Absent No Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Three Readings, be read and passed. details Councillors M. Luloff and L. Dudas
City Council
2020-02-26
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the Ottawa Police Services Board entitled “Board Activity, Training and Performance: 2019 Annual Report”; Built Heritage Sub-Committee Report 11; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 10; Finance and Economic Development Committee and Nominating Committee Joint Report 2; Planning Committee Report 20; Transit Commission Report 4; and the report from the City Clerk entitled “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to the Planning Act ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of February 12, 2020”; be received and considered. details Councillors M. Luloff and S. Moffatt
Yes No Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that Council amend the Joint FEDCo/Nominating Committee Recommendation to replace “Councillor Glen Glower” with Councillor Catherine McKenney. details MOTION - APPOINTMENTS - VICE-CHAIR AND MEMBER AT-LARGE OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil nomme conseillère Laura Dudas vice-présidente du Comité des finances et du développement économique. Que le Conseil nomme conseiller Glen Gower membre sans fonction déterminée du Comité des finances et du développement économique. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council appoint Councillor Laura Dudas as Vice-Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee. That Council appoint Councillor Glen Gower as Member at-large of Finance and Economic Development Committee. details MOTION - APPOINTMENTS - VICE-CHAIR AND MEMBER AT-LARGE OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Yes No Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that Council amend the Joint FEDCo/Nominating Committee Recommendation to replace “Councillor Glen Gower” with Councillor Jeff Leiper. details MOTION - APPOINTMENT - VICE-CHAIR OF PLANNING COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - APPOINTMENT RECOMMENDATION - CHAIR, OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - APPOINTMENT - MEMBER AND CHAIR, BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE
Yes No Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that Council amend the Joint FEDCo/Nominating Committee Recommendation to replace “Councillor George Darouze” with Councillor Mathieu Fleury. details MOTION - APPOINTMENT - MEMBER, SHAW CENTRE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Yes Yes Motion To: details BOARD ACTIVITY, TRAINING & PERFORMANCE:' 2019 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF HYDRO OTTAWA BUILDINGS, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Canada-Ontario Community Housing Benefit report (ACS2020-CSS-GEN-0002) identifies the recommended proposed priority household groups that will be eligible to apply for and access the Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit during the first two-years of the program; and WHEREAS the staff report currently identifies that Year 1 funding priority will be given to single women or lone female led households with children; and WHEREAS Indigenous people in Ottawa are disproportionately overrepresented in the population of people experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity and are in need of safe, affordable housing options; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report be amended to provide that Year 1 funding priority (as identified on Page 12 of the report) would be given to single women or lone female led households with children, with priority consideration for Indigenous women. details CANADA-ONTARIO COMMUNITY HOUSING BENEFIT
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY FUNDING FRAMEWORK POLICY STATEMENTS AND NEXT STEPS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2505 AND 2707 SOLANDT
Yes Yes Motion To: details LIGHT RAIL REGULATORY MONITOR AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details GPS AND USER-FRIENDLY APP SYSTEM FOR BUSES TO PROVIDE ACCURATE INFORMATION ON BUS LOCATION / CANCELLATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF FEBRUARY 12, 2020
Yes Yes Motion To: details That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the Ottawa Police Services Board entitled “Board Activity, Training and Performance: 2019 Annual Report”; Built Heritage Sub-Committee Report 11; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 10; Finance and Economic Development Committee and Nominating Committee Joint Report 2; Planning Committee Report 20; Transit Commission Report 4; and the report from the City Clerk entitled “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to the Planning Act ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of February 12, 2020”; be received and adopted as amended. details Councillors M. Luloff and S. Moffatt
Yes Yes Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Three Readings, be read and passed. details Councillors M. Luloff and S. Moffatt
Yes Yes Motion To: That the following by-law be read and passed: To confirm the proceedings of the Council meeting of February 26, 2020. details Councillors M. Luloff and S. Moffatt
Yes Yes Motion To: That the proceedings of the City Council meeting of February 26, 2020 be adjourned. details Councillors M. Luloff and S. Moffatt
Community and Protective Services Committee
2020-02-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 8 - 15 November 20
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 9 - 21 November 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 10 FEBRUARY 2020
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council approve: 1. That the Director, Housing Services be delegated the authority to sign a Transfer Payment Agreement with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing and the Ministry of Finance, identify program priority household groups, and submit to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, reports on a quarterly and annual basis, for the Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit Program (COHB) based on the details of the program and the spending plan outlined in this report; 2. That the Director, Housing Services, be delegated the authority to reallocate funding from one Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit Program priority household group to another priority group within the same program year if the original planned commitment for funding as outlined within the approved Priority Household Plan cannot be met; 3. That in the event additional funding becomes available under the Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit Program due t details CANADA-ONTARIO HOUSING BENEFIT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Community Funding Framework Funding Policy Statements for the new Community Funding Framework (ACS2019-CSS-GEN-0012, approved by Council on September 25, 2019), as outlined in this report; and, 2. Delegate authority to the Manager, Partner and Stakeholder Initiatives, to manage and administer the Community and Social Services Department Community Funding budget as detailed in this report and allocate all community funding in accordance with the Community Funding Framework Funding Policy Statements attached as Document 1 to this report, provided such allocations are within approved budgets. details COMMUNITY FUNDING FRAMEWORK POLICY STATEMENTS AND NEXT STEPS
Absent Yes Motion To: details ACCOUNTABILITY AGREEMENTS WITH THE CHAMPLAIN LOCAL HEALTH INTEGRATION NETWORK (LHIN)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee waive Subsection 41(4) under the City’s purchasing By-law (BY-LAW NO. 50 OF 2000, as amended) and approve the donation of one (1) snowmobile to the Navan Lion’s Club, as detailed in this report. details DONATION OF SURPLUS SNOWMOBILE
Transit Commission
2020-02-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 8 - Meeting of Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 9 - Meeting of Wednesday, 18 December 2019 (Special Meeting)
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 10 - Meeting of Thursday, 23 January 2020 (Special Meeting)
Yes Yes Motion To: details PARA TRANSPO SERVICE UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details LIGHT RAIL REGULATORY MONITOR AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by : COUNCILLOR R. BROCKINGTON That the Transit Commission delete the words “receive” and “for information” from the Report’s recommendation and insert the “approve” in the place of the word “received”. details TRANSIT SERVICES 2020 BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details TRANSIT SERVICES 2020 BUSINESS PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: details CONFEDERATION LINE AND BUS SERVICE UPDATE
Absent Yes Motion To: details GPS AND USER-FRIENDLY APP SYSTEM FOR BUSES TO PROVIDE ACCURATE INFORMATION ON BUS LOCATION / CANCELLATIONS
Absent Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 FEBRUARY 2020
City Council
2020-02-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes No Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that Council amend the Joint FEDCo/Nominating Committee Recommendation to replace “Councillor Tim Tierney” with Councillor Jeff Leiper. details MOTION - APPOINTMENT - CHAIR OF TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council appoint Councillor Tim Tierney as Chair of Transportation Committee. details MOTION - APPOINTMENT - CHAIR OF TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - MEMBER OF THE HYDRO OTTAWA HOLDING INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Yes Yes Motion To: details INTERIM REPORT TO COUNCIL ON AN INQUIRY RESPECTING THE CONDUCT OF COUNCILLOR CHIARELLI
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4837 ALBION ROAD
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council: 1. approve the proposed Official Plan amendment to remove Policy 3.2.5 – Flewellyn Special Study Area, to remove the Flewellyn Special Study Area Overlay from Schedule A of the Plan, and to change the designated significant wetland boundaries of the Goulbourn Wetland Complex on Schedules A and B of the Plan, as shown in Document 1. 2. approve the proposed Zoning By-law amendment to change the zoning to reflect the revisions to designated boundaries of to the Goulbourn Wetland Complex, as shown in Document 2. 3. replace Flewellyn Maps A to I found in Document 2 and OPA Schedule 1a, 1b, and 1c, found in Document 1 with the replacement maps per Motion No ARAC 2020 11/2. details FLEWELLYN SPECIAL STUDY AREA AND GOULBOURN WETLAND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5651 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details KILMORIE HOUSE - 21 WITHROW - SPECIAL LEVIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details DISPOSAL OF 755 SOMERSET STREET WEST TO THE SOMERSET WEST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: details KANATA NORTH MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM SPECIAL LEVY
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - WAIVE SECTION 1.1 OF THE APPOINTMENT POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6008 FALLOWFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 200 GOLDEN LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ANOMALY - PART OF 3760 GRAINGER PARK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 8590 MARVELVILLE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT '1892 YORK'S CORNERS ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3779 YORK'S CORNERS ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6496 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details DILLON-WALLACE AND JOHNSTON MUNICIPAL DRAINS - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE BYWARD MARKET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: details PARK BLOCK REALLOCATION IN EMERALD LINKS ESTATES PHASES II AND III - 6247 PEBBLEWOODS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details DECLARATION OF SURPLUS AND SALE OF 3099 UPLANDS DRIVE TO COADY CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING INC
Yes Yes Motion To: details CLOSING CAPITAL ACCOUNT FOR THE BUY-BACK OF BUSINESS PARK PROPERTIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details MAPLE GROVE ROAD SPEED LIMIT REDUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: details ALL WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF BORLAND DRIVE/VINETTE CRESCENT AND JEANNE D'ARC BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JANUARY 29, 2020
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City is undertaking a water , sewer and road renewal project on Claymor Avenue, Senio Avenue, and Falaise Road in Ward 16; and WHEREAS as part of the design process for these streets, staff has reviewed the driveways within the project limits and found some driveway widths are not in full conformance with the City’s front yard parking restrictions and Private Approach By-law; WHEREAS for existing properties, the front yard parking restrictions and Private Approach By-law are normally enforced only on a complaint-driven basis; and WHEREAS there have been no complaints with respect to non-compliant driveways (private approaches) or front-yard parking in this area; and WHEREAS the area residents support providing relief for residents with existing driveways (private approaches) while acknowledging that any future driveways (private approaches) and front-yard parking must be in accordance with City by-laws. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that in respect of the renewal of details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in Ontario, the Provincial government has made P3 procurement screening a requirement for partnership funding for projects of $100 million or greater in value to improve value for money as compared to more traditional procurement models such as design-bid-build (and this was also a requirement for federal funding for the Stage 2 LRT project); and WHEREAS the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, which was approved and deemed appropriate to be procured as a P3 by PPP Canada as a requirement for federal funding, incorporated a number of third-party review mechanisms for the Stage 2 LRT procurement process, including as follows: • A ‘Lessons Learned’ report from the Stage 1 LRT procurement, undertaken by a consultant; • An Independent Fairness Commissioner who oversaw the entire Stage 2 Procurement Process and confirmed “compliance with the fairness requirements of the RFQ and RFP process and further confirm that the process resulting in the selection of t details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS OC Transpo Fares are scheduled to increase on April 1, 2020, in accordance with the 2020 Budget approved by Council on December 11, 2019; and WHEREAS it would be beneficial for City staff to receive Council’s direction with respect to the continuation of the fare freeze as soon as possible, as arrangements need to be made to confirm fare prices before the April 2020 monthly passes go on sale; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion. WHEREAS Council on December 11, 2019, approved an overall 2.5% base increase to OC Transpo Fares as part of the Transit Commission portion of the 2020 Budget; and WHEREAS, in recognition of the challenges experienced by OC Transpo customers since the launch of the O-Train Confederation Line, Transit Commission and Council approved that the effective date for the recommended 2020 fare increase be delayed to April 1, 2020, and directed the General Manager of Tran details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2020-02-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 10 - Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil d’approuver la délivrance des avis d’intention visant à désigner, en vertu de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, les biens suivants : 1. 247, avenue Glebe (sous-station no 2), conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel ci-jointe (document 4); 2. 340, avenue Holland (centrale de l’Ottawa Electric Railway Company), conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel ci-jointe (document 5); 3. 1275, avenue Carling (sous-station no 3), conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel ci-jointe (document 6); 4. 351, avenue King Edward (sous-station no 4), conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel ci-jointe (document 7); 5. 39, avenue Riverdale (sous-station no 5), conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel ci-jointe (document 8). details DESIGNATION OF HYDRO OTTAWA SUB-STATIONS UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
No No Motion To: WHEREAS the ByWard Market Heritage Conservation District is an iconic, prominent, and beloved architectural and historic landscape in the City of Ottawa and the National Capital; WHEREAS 35-37 William Street and 41-41 ½ William Street are designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act, are identified as Category 2 Buildings within the ByWard Market Heritage Conservation District, and face directly onto the central Market Building designated under part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act; WHEREAS William Street in this location features a series of two storey, flat roofed commercial buildings and that numbers 35-37 represent a significant heritage component of one of the most important commercial rows defining the market core; WHEREAS the ByWard Market Heritage Conservation District Guidelines stipulate that infill in commercial areas must respect the scale and character of existing heritage properties and streetscapes, and that infill in mixed use and residential areas shou details APPLICATION TO ALTER TWO HERITAGE PROPERTIES, 35-37 WILLIAM STREET AND 41-41 1/2 WILLIAM STREET, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, ACCORDING TO PLANS BY KWC ARCHITECTS, RECEIVED IN DECEMBER 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de modification du bâtiment situé aux 35 et 37, rue William, dans le district de conservation du patrimoine du marché By, conformément aux plans soumis par KWC Architects, reçus le 19 décembre 2019 (voir les dessins en élévation [document 7] et le rendu du concept [document 8]); 2. D’approuver la demande de modification du bâtiment situé aux 41 et 41 ½, rue William, dans le district de conservation du patrimoine du marché By, conformément aux plans soumis par KWC Architects et reçus le 23 décembre 2019 (voir les dessins en élévation [document 11]); 3. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’apporter des changements mineurs aux plans reçus; 4. D’approuver les demandes de permis en matière de patrimoine, valide pendant deux ans à compt details APPLICATION TO ALTER TWO HERITAGE PROPERTIES, 35-37 WILLIAM STREET AND 41-41 1/2 WILLIAM STREET, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, ACCORDING TO PLANS BY KWC ARCHITECTS, RECEIVED IN DECEMBER 2019
City Council
2020-01-29
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor’s remarks given at the City Council meeting on January 29, 2020 be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS - MAYOR WATSON
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING JANUARY 24, 2020
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE FORMER TRADERS BANK OF CANADA,1824 FARWEL STREET, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CLIMATE CHANGE MASTER PLAN AND THE ENERGY EVOLUTION MODEL
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS report ACS2019-PIE-EDP-0052 proposes a new Tree Protection By-law to support the protection and enhancement of the City’s urban tree canopy; and WHEREAS the proposed By-law includes permit fees (on a per tree basis) for the removal of distinctive trees; and WHEREAS the permit fee for removing a tree that is not associated with infill development is $150 per tree, up to a maximum of $750 (or five trees); and WHEREAS the permit fee for removing a tree that is associated with infill development is $500 per tree, with no maximum limit set; and WHEREAS after discussing with stakeholders and for consistency reasons, staff now recommend implementing a maximum permit fee for infill development to avoid overcharging applicants for the cost of processing a permit; and WHEREAS application fees for permits under the Municipal Act are to be established with the goal of cost recovery (not for profit); and WHEREAS there is no maximum limit on the tree compensation requirements; T details TREE BY-LAW REVIEW PROJECT
No No Motion To: Committee recommendations, as amended That Council: 1. approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1375 Clyde Avenue to permit a self-storage building and restaurant, as detailed in Document 2; details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1375 CLYDE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas 1375 Clyde Avenue is located on the last large developable parcel within the Fisher Heights Community; and Whereas it is important that the development on this site takes place in conformity with the Merivale Road Secondary Plan; and Whereas a warehouse limited to self-storage does not conform to nor implement the vision of the Merivale Road Secondary Plan; and Whereas a restaurant is already a permitted use in the AM10 subzone and thus will continue to be permitted if the requested rezoning for 1375 Clyde Avenue is refused; Therefore Be It Resolved that Recommendations 2 and 3 be renumbered as 3 and 4 respectively Be It Further Resolved that Recommendation 1 be deleted and replaced with the following: “1. Approve that the requested amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1375 Clyde Avenue to permit a self-storage building and restaurant be refused; 2. Approve that the reasons for refusal are the following: a. The site is a gateway to the Fisher Heights community details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1375 CLYDE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0128 recommends approval and adoption of Zoning By-law Amendment – 966, 968 and 974 Fisher Avenue; and WHEREAS staff has identified a minor change to the proposed Zoning By-law Schedule; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that the Zoning By-law Schedule (Document 3) be amended by removing the reference to elevation above sea level. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 966, 968 AND 974 FISHER AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2175 CARLING AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the amount due for the development charges from Kanata West for the Feedmill Creek In-Stream Measures is to be paid in two lump sums; and WHEREAS these amounts ($200,000 and $356,000, each plus applicable H.S.T.) have been finalized and agreed to; and WHEREAS it is therefore appropriate to modify the development charges by-law to delete the reference to these amounts being subject to adjustment and to reference the lands in Kanata West in the text of the by-law and Schedule “A” as to not being subject to any charges under the by-law other than the two lump sums referenced above; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Feedmill Creek In-Stream Measures Development Charges by-law, 2000 be modified: (a) in clause 8(4)(c) to delete the provision related to Kanata West; (b) in subsection 8(3) and Schedule “A”, to reference the lands within Kanata West; and (c) to clarify that two payments of $200,000 and $356,000, each plus applicable H.S.T., are to be made BE IT FURTHE details FEEDMILL CREEK STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CRITERIA STUDY, STREAM REHABILITATION CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, AND AREA-SPECIFIC BACKGROUND STUDY FOR FEEDMILL CREEK IN-STREAM MEASURES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the recommendation to approve the extension of the temporary zoning for a parking lot was lost at the Planning Committee meeting of January 23, 2020; and WHEREAS the Planning Act process provides for the formal refusal of a item together with the reasons for refusal; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that: 1. The application for an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1426 Scott Street to permit the continuance of a non-conforming parking lot for the period of two years be refused. 2. The reasons for the refusal of the zoning amendment are: a. The site is in proximity to the LRT line and therefore a transit supportive use rather than a surface parking lot is appropriate for this location; b. The Scott Street Secondary Plan encourages the redevelopment of parking lots; and c. While a short-term presence of a surface parking lot was acceptable in the past as a mediated solution, this continuing presence of a non-conforming surface parking lot is not cons details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1426 SCOTT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: Committee recommendation That Council refuse an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 116 York Street to permit a 17-storey hotel, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 116 YORK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2020-PIE-PS-0001, Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control recommends approval for zoning by-law amendments and site plan control for three separate six-storey apartment buildings at each of the following municipal addresses: a) 17, 19 and 23 Robinson, b) 27, 29 and 31 Robinson, and c) 130, 134 and 138 Robinson; WHEREAS the plans recommended for approval include a rooftop amenity area on each building; and WHEREAS Sandy Hill has experienced negative impacts with rooftop amenity areas associated with noise complaints and privacy concerns and it is desirable to prohibit this use in the circumstances; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that a zoning provision be added to the Details of Recommended Zoning in Documents 2, 4 and 6 similar in effect to the following: “Outdoor rooftop amenity areas are prohibited” AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND SITE PLAN CONTROL - 19, 29 AND 134 ROBINSON AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2020-PIE-PS-0001, Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control, recommends site plan approval for three proposed six-storey buildings at each of the following municipal addresses: a) 17, 19 and 23 Robinson, b) 27, 29 and 31 Robinson, and c) 130, 134 and 138 Robinson; WHEREAS delegated authority for staff to grant site plan approval for the said applications has not been removed by the Ward Councillor at this time; WHEREAS the plans recommended for approval include an outdoor rooftop amenity area on each building; WHEREAS Sandy Hill has experienced negative impacts with outdoor rooftop amenity areas associated with noise complaints and privacy concerns; WHEREAS Council has now approved amended zoning provisions which require the developer to remove the outdoor rooftop amenity areas; AND WHEREAS as of Tuesday January 28, 2020 the developer had proposed a revision to the plans and reports to remove the outdoor rooftop amenity areas and to make adjustments to details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND SITE PLAN CONTROL - 19, 29 AND 134 ROBINSON AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2020-PIE-PS-0002, Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control – 36 Robinson Avenue recommends approval for Zoning By-law Amendments and Site Plan Control to permit a nine-storey apartment building; and WHEREAS the Ward Councillor raised concerns about the building and site design as it relates to resident safety; and WHEREAS the Site Plan and Landscape Plan have been revised to show side yard gates and exterior lighting to ensure the safety and security of building residents; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 4, the list of approved plans and studies for the Site Plan Control application be amended to add updated plans and studies as follows: 1. Site Plan, drawing no. SP-1, prepared by Hobin Architecture, dated January 10, 2019, project no. 1834, Revision 15, dated 20/01/28. 2. Tree Conservation Report and Landscape Plan, project no. 19MIS1936, dated March 2019, prepared by James B. Lennox and Associates Inc., Revision 5, dated 01/28/2020. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND SITE PLAN CONTROL - 36 ROBINSON AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, in accordance with the process approved by Council as part of the 2014-2018 Mid-term Governance Review, the Clerk’s Office prepared a report summarizing the Oral and Written public submissions received with respect to Planning Applications considered at the City Council meeting of December 11, 2019 that were subject to the relevant Planning Act provisions; and WHEREAS Document 1 of the report includes the oral and written submissions were heard and received by the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee (ARAC) on 5 December 2019 regarding Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments – 1966 Roger Stevens Drive (Report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0132); and WHEREAS additional written comments were received by the City Clerk’s office following the ARAC meeting and circulated to Council in advance of the before Council of 11 December; and WHEREAS the latter submissions were omitted from noted on the Summary of Oral and Written Submissions report in error; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVE details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF DECEMBER 11, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXTENSION OF HERITAGE PERMIT FOR 255 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2190 HALIFAX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE STANDARD BREAD COMPANY BAKERY, 951 GLADSTONE AVENUE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4800 AND 4836 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEREST RATE ON DEVELOPMENT CHARGE DEFERRALS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO BILL 108
Yes Yes Motion To: ATTENDU QUE l’avenir du quotidien Le Droit inquiète grandement la communauté francophone d'Ottawa; et ATTENDU QUE Le Droit est le seul quotidien de langue française en Ontario; et ATTENDU QUE depuis sa fondation en 1913, le journal Le Droit défend les droits des Franco-Ontariennes et des Franco-Ontariens et offre une couverture médiatique importante pour notre communauté; et ATTENDU QUE la présence et la couverture médiatiques de l’Ontario français constituent un pilier pour soutenir la démocratie de notre ville et de notre communauté; et ATTENDU QUE la salle de rédaction et le bureau principal du journal Le Droit sont situés à Ottawa depuis 106 ans; et ATTENDU QU’il nous apparaît essentiel qu’une salle de presse reste dans la capitale nationale et que la proposition retenue conserve les emplois des journalistes affectés à la couverture de la ville d’Ottawa et de la province de l’Ontario, ainsi que des correspondants dans l’Est ontarien; Il EST details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa prides itself as being a caring and compassionate city and continually strives to be a place where people want to live, work and play; and WHEREAS providing access to safe, adequate, and affordable housing for everyone is fundamental to achieving that goal; and WHEREAS in 1976 Canada signed onto the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights which included labour, health care, and education rights, as well as rights to an adequate standard of living; and WHEREAS on June 21, 2019, the Federal government enshrined housing as a right as part of the National Housing Strategy; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has made investments in an effort to reduce chronic homelessness and increase the affordable housing supply; and WHEREAS in 2019, these investments included $15 million in capital funding for new affordable housing and $111 million for operating and repair funding for community housing, housing subsidies, support services, and var details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider this time-sensitive matter pertaining to the provincial by-elections in Ottawa-Vanier and Orléans. WHEREAS two by-laws govern election signs, being By-law 2003-520, as amended (“Signs on City Roads”) and By-law No. 2004-239, as amended (“Temporary Signs on Private Property”); and WHEREAS under By-law 2003-520 (“Signs on City Roads”) signs on public properties are only permitted 30 days before Voting Day; and WHEREAS under By-law No. 2004-239 (“Temporary Signs on Private Property”) signs on private properties are only permitted 60 days before Voting Day; and WHEREAS under section 57 of the Canada Elections Act the federal election period must last between a minimum of 36 days and a maximum of 50 days (i.e. “Writs of election”) and this period does not align with the 30-day period set out in By-law 2003-520; and WHEREAS section 9.1 of the Elections Act requires that the writ for a provinci details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following Motion, in order that the property owner may address these issues as soon as possible, WHEREAS the building at 89 Richmond Road is considered to be unsafe and uninhabitable following a fire in 2017; and WHEREAS there are neighbourhood concerns related to the state of the property; and WHEREAS given the dilapidated condition of the building and the community’s concerns, it would be in the public interest to demolish the building; and WHEREAS there is currently no building permit application for a replacement building; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve demolition control for the existing building on the property upon application of the owner subject to the following conditions; 1. That should the registered Owner fail to execute a Site Plan Control Agreement for 89 Richmond Road as part of application D07-12-19-0067 by May 31, 2020, the registered Owner shall landscape the property to the satisfac details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider this time-sensitive matter pertaining to the provincial by-elections in Ottawa-Vanier and Orléans. WHEREAS two by-laws govern election signs, being By-law 2003-520, as amended (“Signs on City Roads”) and By-law No. 2004-239, as amended (“Temporary Signs on Private Property”); and WHEREAS under By-law 2003-520 (“Signs on City Roads”) signs on public properties are only permitted 30 days before Voting Day; and WHEREAS under By-law No. 2004-239 (“Temporary Signs on Private Property”) signs on private properties are only permitted 60 days before Voting Day; and WHEREAS under section 57 of the Canada Elections Act the federal election period must last between a minimum of 36 days and a maximum of 50 days (i.e. “Writs of election”) and this period does not align with the 30-day period set out in By-law 2003-520; and WHEREAS section 9.1 of the Elections Act requires that the writ for a provinci details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following Motion, in order that the property owner may address these issues as soon as possible, WHEREAS the building at 89 Richmond Road is considered to be unsafe and uninhabitable following a fire in 2017; and WHEREAS there are neighbourhood concerns related to the state of the property; and WHEREAS given the dilapidated condition of the building and the community’s concerns, it would be in the public interest to demolish the building; and WHEREAS there is currently no building permit application for a replacement building; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve demolition control for the existing building on the property upon application of the owner subject to the following conditions; 1. That should the registered Owner fail to execute a Site Plan Control Agreement for 89 Richmond Road as part of application D07-12-19-0067 by May 31, 2020, the registered Owner shall landscape the property to the satisfac details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City is undertaking a water , sewer and road renewal project on Claymor Avenue, Senio Avenue, and Falaise Road in Ward 16; and WHEREAS as part of the design process for these streets, staff has reviewed the driveways within the project limits and found some driveway widths are not in full conformance with the City’s front yard parking restrictions and Private Approach By-law; WHEREAS for existing properties, the front yard parking restrictions and Private Approach By-law are normally enforced only on a complaint-driven basis; and WHEREAS there have been no complaints with respect to non-compliant driveways (private approaches) or front-yard parking in this area; and WHEREAS the area residents support providing relief for residents with existing driveways (private approaches) while acknowledging that any future driveways (private approaches) and front-yard parking must be in accordance with City by-laws. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that in respect of the renewal of details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2020-01-14
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 9 - Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Document 2, Appendix B (“Property Inventory Table”) attached to the Report identifies 13 Monkland Avenue as 14 Monkland Avenue, and omits 14 Monkland Avenue, both of which are intended to be contributing properties in the proposed Heritage Conservation District; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the Property Inventory Table by striking out “14 Monkland, Construction Date: 1914” and inserting “13 Monkland, Construction Date: 1929”; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the Property Inventory Table by adding the following property to the Contributing Properties Inventory, and adding the photograph of the building on the property, as attached to this motion: Address: 14 Monkland Construction Date: 1914 details PHASE II CLEMOW ESTATE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT STUDY: DESIGNATION OF THE CLEMOW-MONKLAND DRIVEWAY AND LINDEN TERRACE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Document 2, Appendix B (“Property Inventory Table”) attached to the Report identifies 13 Monkland Avenue as 14 Monkland Avenue, and omits 14 Monkland Avenue, both of which are intended to be contributing properties in the proposed Heritage Conservation District; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the Property Inventory Table by striking out “14 Monkland, Construction Date: 1914” and inserting “13 Monkland, Construction Date: 1929”; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the Property Inventory Table by adding the following property to the Contributing Properties Inventory, and adding the photograph of the building on the property, as attached to this motion: Address: 14 Monkland Construction Date: 1914 details PHASE II CLEMOW ESTATE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT STUDY: DESIGNATION OF THE CLEMOW-MONKLAND DRIVEWAY AND LINDEN TERRACE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande ce qui suit au Conseil : 1. prendre connaissance de la Phase II de l’Étude du district de conservation du patrimoine du Domaine Clemow, ci-jointe en tant que document 3, à titre d’information; 2. approuver la désignation du District de conservation du patrimoine de la promenade Clemow-Monkland et de la terrasse Linden, décrit dans le document 1, par voie de règlement et en vertu de l’article 41 de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario; 3. adopter le plan du District de conservation du patrimoine proposé pour la promenade Clemow-Monkland et la terrasse Linden, par voie de règlement et tel que décrit dans le document 2; 4. d’enjoindre au personnel responsable du patrimoine d’inclure une étude préliminaire sur le district de conservation du patrimoine visant la rue Bank, entre le Queensway et le pont de la rue Bank; une priorité y sera accordée dans le plan de travail de 2020 de la Direction générale d details PHASE II CLEMOW ESTATE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT STUDY: DESIGNATION OF THE CLEMOW-MONKLAND DRIVEWAY AND LINDEN TERRACE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine de bâti recommande au Conseil d’approuver la demande de prorogation, jusqu’au 29 janvier 2022, du permis patrimonial daté du 27 juin 2018 délivré à la société Robertson Martin Architects. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council approve the request to extend the heritage permit, issued to Robertson Martin Architects and dated June 27, 2018, to January 29, 2022. details EXTENSION OF HERITAGE PERMIT FOR 255 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Document 2, Appendix B (“Property Inventory Table”) attached to the Report identifies 13 Monkland Avenue as 14 Monkland Avenue, and omits 14 Monkland Avenue, both of which are intended to be contributing properties in the proposed Heritage Conservation District; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the Property Inventory Table by striking out “14 Monkland, Construction Date: 1914” and inserting “13 Monkland, Construction Date: 1929”; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the Property Inventory Table by adding the following property to the Contributing Properties Inventory, and adding the photograph of the building on the property, as attached to this motion: Address: 14 Monkland Construction Date: 1914 details EXTENSION OF HERITAGE PERMIT FOR 255 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
EPWWM
2019-12-17
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details EPWWM Minutes 7 - Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details CLIMATE CHANGE MASTER PLAN AND THE ENERGY EVOLUTION MODEL
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management recommend that Council: 1. Approve the proposed Tree Protection By-law, in the form attached as Documents 1 and 2, and as described in this report; 2. Approve the proposed Application Fees, attached in Document 2 as Schedule “D” of the proposed Tree Protection By-law, and summarized in Document 5 – Fee Schedule; 3. Approve the phased approach to the implementation of the Tree By-law Review, as described in this report; 4. Direct staff to report back with Phase 2 amendments to the Tree Protection By-law, as described in this report in Q3 2020; 5. Approve the establishment of two new permanent full-time Forestry Inspector positions in Public Works and Environmental Services in 2020 for the implementation of Phase 1 of the Tree Protection By-law, the cost of which will be offset by increased revenues from the new fees for a net zero impact on the 2020 budget; and 6. Delegate the authority details TREE BY-LAW REVIEW PROJECT
City Council
2019-12-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at its Special Meeting of November 15, 2019, the Community and Protective Services Committee considered the Report on Rental Accommodations Study and Regulatory Regime (ACS2019-EPS-GEN-0015), which subsequently rose to Council for consideration on November 27, 2019 as Community and Protective Services Committee Report 8; and WHEREAS on November 15, 2019, the Committee approved CPSC Motion 2019 08/3, which recommended Council “request the Mayor ask the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to make changes to Ontario Regulation 583/06 to clarify that municipalities have the authority to implement a business licensing by-law, should they choose, consistent with that for private transportation companies, that would establish a system of licenses for short-term rental platforms, hosts and agents.”; and WHEREAS an error was made in the preparation of Community and Protective Services Committee Report 8, resulting in an incorrectly-worded version of the Motion being details Confirmation of the Minutes of the regular Council meeting of November 27, 2019.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the proposed 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities include a strategic priority of Integrated Transportation, with an overall objective of enabling effective mobility through a sustainable, accessible and connected transportation system; and WHEREAS under the Transit Commission Terms of Reference, the Commission is responsible for receiving operational performance reporting related to the transit system; and WHEREAS regular performance reporting to Transit Commission was suspended during construction of O-Train Confederation Line 1; and WHEREAS, with the opening of O-Train Confederation Line 1, the Transportation Services Department will be developing a new performance reporting dashboard to reflect transformation of OC Transpo into a multimodal system, based on current best practices in the transit industry; and WHEREAS the development of accurate and comprehensive performance metrics regarding the transit system enable Transit Commission, City Council and staff to m details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: ATTENDU QUE le mardi 3 décembre 2019, le Comité des finances et du développement économique a adopté à l'unanimité une motion du conseiller Cloutier visant à inclure les recommandations mises de l'avant par le Comité consultatif sur les services en français (CCSF) pour introduire le caractère bilingue d'Ottawa dans trois domaines prioritaires; et ATTENDU QUE cette approche a été expressément adoptée de sorte que « le Comité propose au Conseil de renforcer son engagement envers la Politique de bilinguisme et la prestation de services en français aux résidents » à Ottawa; PAR CONSÉQUENT, IL EST RÉSOLU QUE l'on demande au personnel du Bureau du greffier municipal et de la Direction générale des loisirs, de la culture et des installations de travailler avec les conseillers intéressés, dans le cadre d'un projet pilote, à l'élaboration des objectifs opérationnels de 2020 [disposition R 1.6 de la Politique de bilinguisme], dans le but d'établir des pa details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the average annual cost of childcare in Ottawa is $11,868 (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2018); and WHEREAS according to an Ontario government report, childcare is considered affordable if it represents no more than 10% of household income, meaning a household must earn a minimum of $118,680 annually in order to be able to attain affordable childcare; and WHEREAS the median household annual income in Ottawa is approximately $86,000 (Statistics Canada, 2016); and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has begun applying a gender lens to city policy; and WHEREAS childcare duties fall disproportionately on women by a split of 65% to 35% (Statistics Canada, 2017); and WHEREAS there is currently only capacity in licensed child care for one in three children in Ottawa; WHEREAS infant to preschool child care is completely unaffordable for majority of residents; WHEREAS there are system gaps in providing child care services for special needs and Francophone children; WHEREAS details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS climate change poses an existential threat to the residents of Ottawa, Canada and the entire world; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has declared a Climate Emergency and is implementing substantive measures to combat climate change and environmental degradation; and WHEREAS the city’s public transit fleet is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases over which the city has control; and WHEREAS “Climate, Energy and Public Health” is one of the city’s Five Big Moves, capturing the most significant policy proposals for the new Official Plan; and WHEREAS “Transportation infrastructure investment is sustainable and meets long-term needs” is one of the enumerated outcomes of Proposed Priority—Integrated Transportation in the draft 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities; and WHEREAS the city is currently implementing a pilot project to determine the most appropriate electric buses for Ottawa’s public transit needs. BE IT RESOLVED THAT staff be direct to br details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED 1. That, at its meeting of December 11, 2019, City Council: a. Approve the proposed Term of Council Priorities as outlined in Document 1, as amended by the following: i. Approve the following amendments to three of the seven Strategic Priorities outlined in Document 1, as recommended by the French Language Advisory Committee, and indicated below: 1. Economic Growth and Diversification: Encourage economic growth and diversification by supporting business investment and expansion, talent attraction and retention, showcasing the city’s bilingual and multicultural character, and branding Ottawa as a place to be. 5. Service Excellence Through Innovation: Deliver quality bilingual services that are innovative and continuously improve to meet the needs of individuals and diverse communities. 7. Thriving Workforce: Promote bilingual Service Excellence by supporting a workforce that is healthy, diverse, adaptive and engaged. ii. Approve revisio details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA 2020 DRAFT BUDGET
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD - 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY: 2020 DRAFT BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - AUDIT COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the following motion be referred to staff: WHEREAS Ottawa is one of the largest Canadian cities, with more than one million people; WHEREAS youth represent close to 23 per cent of Ottawa’s total population; WHEREAS a number of Ottawa’s youth are considered at risk and require additional supports through neighbourhood programming and resources; and WHEREAS the City’s services such as Ottawa Police Services have highlighted through the last several years Ottawa’s gang issues and luring of at-risk youth that we now face as a large City; and WHEREAS Crime Prevention Ottawa does what it can to support communities in bringing strategic discussion and investments to respond to neighbourhood criminality and support prevention; and WHEREAS at risk hours for youth are after school, weekends, long weekends and summer period; and WHEREAS it is much more expensive for our society to pay for enforcement, respond to criminal activity and resolve gang-related activity than to i details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Community Environmental Projects Grant Program (CEPGP) has been providing funding since 1995 to support non-profit organizations in undertaking small-scale, community based environmental initiatives; and WHEREAS the CEPGP has been operating with a total annual budget of $50,000 since 1997; and WHEREAS potential applicants have expressed an interest in securing increased funding to support community based environmental initiatives; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the City’s Grants and Contributions Policy, staff will review and reaffirm the program in 2020 (once per Term of Council); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff in Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development to examine opportunities to increase the program budget in 2021, align with TOC priorities, and report back to the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management in time for Committee and Council's consideration of the 2021 Budget. details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE-SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE-SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS models of participatory budgeting have been shown to encourage and enhance citizenship education and participation WHEREAS participatory budgeting is a form of direct democracy in which community members are empowered for portions of a public budget. WHEREAS successful models of participatory budgeting already exist in cities around the world, including several Canadian cities (e.g. Hamilton, Toronto, Guelph, and Halifax). BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council direct the City Treasurer, Finance Services to review and report back to the Finance and Economic Development Committee this term of Council on participatory budgeting for the City of Ottawa, including: • An explanatory note of what participatory budgeting is for Councillors and its use in Canada and Internationally • A review of areas in the city budget where a participatory budgeting component may be desirable • And report back on the findings regarding participatory budgeting during this term of Council, within details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUB-COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - PLANNING COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Transit Commission portion of the 2020 Draft Operating Budget, including the OC Transpo portion, listed as Item H (i) be referred to the General Manager of Transportation Services for review. details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council on May 10, 2017, as part of its approval of the Elgin Street Renewal Project, directed staff work to provide opportunities for additional temporary public parking within close vicinity of Elgin Street during reconstruction, and delegated authority to the General Manager, Public Works and Environmental Services, to designate dates and times when parking at City Hall will be free of charge during the time that Elgin is under reconstruction; and WHEREAS on July 11, 2019 City Council approved a Motion to provide free parking at the City Hall parking garage located at 110 Laurier Avenue during weekday evenings (after 6 p.m.) and on weekends until completion of the major construction work on Elgin Street; and WHEREAS while major construction work will be completed in 2019, additional lane closures are planned on and off in 2020, through to the completion of the project in early fall, to complete utility works, streetscaping, sidewalks and final lift of asphalt details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS The Greenbank Road Widening project covers the Realigned Greenbank Road and Southwest Transitway Extension from Chapman Mills Drive to Barnsdale Road. It consists of a new, four lane road, with two median lanes for rapid transit and includes a new bridge crossing of the Jock River; and WHEREAS the funding for Greenbank Road was moved to Strandherd Drive Widening project to address the high vehicular volume and lack of any pedestrian/cycling infrastructure and as well to address the safety issues related to the VIA at grade crossing; and WHEREAS the Strandherd Drive Widening Project is scheduled to be constructed over the next several years and there is yet to be a final agreement with VIA for the grade separation; and WHEREAS the demands for all transportation modes crossing the Jock River to Half Moon Bay are over capacity and virtually non-existent; and WHEREAS the area south of the Jock River has grown to a population of over 35,000 residents in the Barrhaven Comm details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details FORMALIZATION OF WARD 20 (OSGOODE) ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE NETWORK AND ENACTING BY-LAW 2019-XX
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 1966 ROGER STEVENS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 ERNST & YOUNG AUDIT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) 2020 AUDIT WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - ANNUAL REPORT AND DETAILED AUDIT REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE OTTAWA TENNIS AND LAWN BOWLING CLUB, 176 CAMERON AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER 124 BOTELER STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA STADIUM LEASE - 300 COVENTRY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRONT-ENDING REPORT - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE STITTSVILLE NORTH SOUTH ARTERIAL ROAD WITHIN THE 195 HUNTMAR DRIVE SUBDIVISION
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1211 OLD MONTREAL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 300, 302, 304 AND 306 ELMGROVE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 87 STIRLING AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0113 recommends approval of an amendment to permit three apartment buildings; and WHEREAS clarification is needed to Documents 1, 2 and 3 to ensure that the schedules which set out maximum building heights apply to the correct areas of the site. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve: 1. That Documents 1, 2, and 3 to the said Report be deleted and replaced with the attached Revised Documents 1, 2, and 3 respectively. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 8900 JEANNE D'ARC BOULEVARD NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 8900 JEANNE D'ARC BOULEVARD NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 250 BESSERER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 58 FLORENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 58 FLORENCE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details CITY-INITIATED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT TO ALLOW PLACES OF WORSHIP IN URBAN EMPLOYMENT AREAS
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - COUNCIL RESOLUTION REGARDING SECTION 45 OF THE PLANNING ACT, IN RESPECT OF 16 AND 20 HAMILTON AVENUE NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - DELEGATED AUTHORITY FOR ROAD CLOSURES
Yes Yes Motion To: details NEW OFFICIAL PLAN - PRELIMINARY POLICY DIRECTIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details STRATEGIC ROAD SAFETY ACTION PLAN UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at its meeting on December 4, 2019, Transportation Committee approved a Motion recommending City Council approve the membership of a Council Sponsors Group for the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Update that included the Chair of Transportation Committee; and WHEREAS, as directed by Transportation Committee, the City Clerk has advised Council on the quorum implications of adding the Vice-Chair of Transportation Committee (Councillor Leiper) or another urban Member of Council to the Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS including the Vice-Chair of Transportation Committee on the Sponsors Group in place of the Chair, would allow for Transportation Committee representation that is also a Member from the urban core, without having to increase the size of the Sponsors group; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the membership of the proposed TMP Update Sponsors Group be amended to provide that the Vice-Chair of Transportation be the representative of Transportation Committee. details MOTION - TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN (TMP) UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN (TMP) UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT OF AN ASSOCIATE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH - IN CAMERA - PERSONAL INFORMATION ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL - REPORTING OUT DATE: FOLLOWING COUNCIL APPROVAL
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3083 UPPER DWYER HILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: details LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT STAGE 1 - COSTS RELATED TO COMPLETED PROPERTY ACQUISITIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELD GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 716 AND 770 BROOKFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELD GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 819 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4192 FALLOWFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details UPDATE TO INNER GREENBELT STORMWATER MANAGEMENT DRAINAGE SYSTEM (AREA C-1)
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 1426 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXTENDING OPERATING HOURS FOR PATIOS WITHIN THE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED ELGIN STREET CORRIDOR
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF NOVEMBER 27, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the next regular meeting of Council is to occur on January 29, 2020; and WHEREAS the enactment and registration of one or more part lot control exemption by-laws may be needed prior to January 29, 2020; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion WHEREAS in many instances the ability to convey title in new homes requires the lifting of part lot control; and WHEREAS in order to be able to register a part lot control by-law, the legal description, including the subdivision plan number must be contained within the by-law; and WHEREAS staff anticipate that one or more plans of subdivision will be registered between the meetings of Council of December 11, 2020 and January 29, 2020; and WHEREAS staff are advised that there are closings during this period that will not be able to proceed if a part lot control exemption by-law is not enacted; and WHEREAS the Municipal Act, sections 9, 10, 11 and 23.1 pe details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as this is the last meeting of City Council in 2019, and the next meeting is not until January 29, 2020. WHEREAS at its meeting of September 25, 2019, City Council considered Motion 20/3 with respect to Councillor Chiarelli’s request for an authorized leave of absence; and WHEREAS Council approved the following portions of Motion 20/3: “BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that concurrence under the Delegation of Authority By-Law for Ward 8 matters may be given by Councillors Hubley and Moffatt; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that membership and quorum of the Planning Committee, Built Heritage Sub-Committee and IT Sub-Committee, be temporarily reduced by one until such time as Councillor Chiarelli returns to take his seat on these committees; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Council delegate to the City Clerk and the Manager of Legislative Services the interim authority to approve the payment of costs from the Ward details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-12-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 8 - Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE STANDARD BREAD COMPANY BAKERY, 951 GLADSTONE AVENUE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE FORMER TRADERS BANK OF CANADA,1824 FARWEL STREET, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE OTTAWA TENNIS AND LAWN BOWLING CLUB, 176 CAMERON AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER 124 BOTELER STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Transportation Committee
2019-12-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the recommendations in report ACS2017-TSD-TRF-0002 limit the implementation of 30 km/h speed limits on traditional mainstreets that operate at or below 30 km/h to those where a Business Improvement Area (BIA) has provided concurrence, or where there is no BIA, concurrence must be provided by the ward councillor; and, Whereas Business Improvement Areas do not represent residents who are the primary stakeholders in traffic safety related matters; and Whereas the ward councillor is the elected official accountable to residents for safety and traffic related issues; Therefore be it resolved that the paragraph on page 8 of the report reading: “Traditional Main Streets with a Strong Pedestrian Presence: If the criteria are met for such roadways, a petition is not required. In order to implement a 30 km/h speed limit, concurrence must be provided to Traffic Services staff by the respective Business Improvement Area (BIA). In the absence of an established BIA, Ward Council details policy for posting a 30 km/h speed limit on an existing roadway
Absent Yes Motion To: details policy for posting a 30 km/h speed limit on an existing roadway
City Council
2019-11-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council approved the following revised recommendations, replacing those set out in the report from the Community and Protective Services Committee: That Council approve: 1. that staff be directed to implement rat control methods, including specific rat prevention practices in regular parks maintenance and specific rat prevention practices, such as pre-baiting, in any new infrastructure projects; and 2. that staff be directed to incorporate inspections for rats into the twice annual inspections of abandoned buildings and issue orders to the owners to remedy, at a neutral cost, any infestations if evidence is found; and, 3. that staff in Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development be directed to assess the options, including Legal Services, under their mandate to implement a program for proactive rat baiting prior to construction and issuing demolition permits and development applications and if such a program is possible, report back to the appropriate committee wi details MOTION - RAT COMPLAINTS INQUIRY
Yes Yes Motion To: details INTEGRITY COMMISSIONER - 2019 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING NOVEMBER 22, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5651 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2019 FLOOD RELIEF PROVISIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details HOBBS MUNICIPAL DRAIN OUTLET EXTENSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXEMPTIONS TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW IN WARD 5
Yes Yes Motion To: details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development department has advised that secondary dwelling units and coach houses, as defined in the Zoning By-law, are not commonplace in the rural areas of the City, with approximately 132 secondary dwelling units and 7 coach houses having been established in rural areas since 2001; AND WHEREAS, as a result, it is desirable to consider whether greater flexibility should be allowed for short-term rental uses of secondary dwelling units and coach houses in the rural areas of the City; while excluding such in the urban and suburban areas. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the following amendment to Recommendation 3.b. of the Report in order to address secondary dwelling units and coach houses in rural areas of the City, being the rural areas as shown on Schedule A of the Official Plan: Direct the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development to develop a Temporary Use By-law for short-term re details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS the report dated September 23, 2019 entitled “Regulation of Long-Term Rental Accommodations” by Maclaren Municipal Consulting Inc. recommends that the City initiate a two-year pilot landlord registration system; and WHEREAS a landlord registration system would allow for a more pro-active approach to enforcement of City by-laws; and WHEREAS many tenants are unaware of their rights and responsibilities as tenants under the provisions of Ottawa by-laws; and WHEREAS various forms of landlord registration already exist in multiple municipalities across Ontario, including Toronto; BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services to review and report back to the Community and Protective Services Committee in Q3 2020 on the feasibility of a two-year pilot landlord registration system, including: • How the preferred option would be implemented; • Expected impediments to implementation of the preferred option; • The expected details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes No Motion To: 5. Request the Mayor ask the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to make changes to Ontario Regulation 583/06 to clarify that the City has the authority implement a business licensing by-law imposing a system of licenses for the rental of residential real estate units. details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. Receive the following reports related to the Rental Accommodations Study: a. “Rental Accommodations Literature Review and Inter-Jurisdictional Scan”, Prism Economics and Analysis, 2019, attached as Document 3, b. “City of Ottawa Rental Market Analysis”, Prism Economics and Analysis, 2019, attached as Document 4, c. “Regulation of Long-Term Rental Accommodations”, Maclaren Municipal Consulting Inc., September 23, 2019, attached as Document 7, and d. “Regulation of Short-Term Rental Accommodation”, Maclaren Municipal Consulting Inc., September 23, 2019, attached as Document 8, and details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: 2. Approve the recommended regulatory framework for Rental Housing as described in this report and set out in Document 1 – Regulatory Regime for Rental Housing, and a. direct the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services to develop the proposed Rental Property Management By-law and related by-law amendments for approval by the Community and Protective Services Committee and Council in 2020, as described in this report, and b. approve, for immediate implementation, an increased flat re-inspection fee of $500 in Schedule A of the Property Standards By-law (2013-416, as amended), as described in this report, and details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: 3. Approve the recommended regulatory framework for Short-Term Rental (STR) Accommodations as described in this report and set out in Document 2 –Regulatory Regime for Short-Term Rentals, and a. Direct the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services to develop the proposed Short -Term Rental By-law and related by-law amendments for approval by the Community and Protective Services Committee and Council, and b. Direct the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development to develop a Temporary Use By-law for short-term rental use in residential areas, for approval by Planning Committee and Council, as described in this report, and c. Direct the City Treasurer and City Solicitor to conduct a review of the Municipal Accommodations Tax revenues to fund the short-term rental requirements, and if funds are not available, direct the City Treasurer and City Solicitor to develop the required by-law to amend the Municipal Accommodations Tax By-law in orde details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: 4. Approve 2.0 temporary Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) for Rental Housing enforcement and administration, and 6.0 temporary FTEs and 1.0 additional temporary FTE (first year of implementation only) for Short-Term Rental Accommodations enforcement and administration, for a total of temporary 8.0 FTEs and 1.0 additional temporary FTE (first year of implementation only), effective upon implementation of the regulatory regimes set out in Recommendations 2 and 3, to be funded through revenue generated from fees and the Municipal Accommodation Tax, as described in this report. details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: details LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXPANSION OF BAYVIEW YARDS AT 7 BAYVIEW STATION ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SPARKS STREET PUBLIC REALM PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1970 MERIVALE ROAD AND 22 SLACK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 89 RICHMOND ROAD
No Yes Motion To: Recommandation du Comité Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant le 21, avenue Withrow afin de permettre l’aménagement d’un lotissement de 10 lots sur une rue privée, comme l’explique le document 2. Committee recommendation That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 21 Withrow Avenue to permit a 10-lot Plan of Subdivision on a private street, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 21 WITHROW AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2159 MER BLEUE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details HOUSING MIX IN NEW RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details CITY OF OTTAWA ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS AMENDMENTS Q4 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - COUNCIL RESOLUTION REGARDING SECTION 45 OF THE PLANNING ACT, IN RESPECT OF 473 ALBERT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2019 TO JUNE 30, 2019 FOR TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY SAFETY ZONES IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details SERVICE DELIVERY REVIEW OF WINTER OPERATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 5788 PRINCE OF WALES DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 170 RABBIT PATH
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP CAPITAL PROGRAMS SUMMARY OF FUNDING ALLOCATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE PROPERTY STANDARDS AND LICENSE APPEALS COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO WATER BY-LAW 2019-74 AND OFF-HOURS LARGE WATER METER INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE FEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details THE DECLARATION OF SURPLUS REAL PROPERTY - 251 PENFIELD DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details PARTICIPATION IN THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (OMERS)
Yes Yes Motion To: details UNCOLLECTIBLE TAXES - SECTION 354 (1)(2)(4) OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001, S.O. 2001, C. 25
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 - MID-YEAR PROCUREMENT YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE PROPERTY RIGHTS REQUIRED AT 32 ELGIN STREET FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE STAGE 1 CONFEDERATION LINE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS - MONTREAL ROAD REVITALIZATION PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CREATION OF A NEW HERITAGE TAX REBATE PROGRAM FOR BUILDING RESTORATION AND 2020 USER FEE SCHEDULE FOR HERITAGE APPLICATION FEES
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELD GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 47 HAVELOCK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 70 GLOUCESTER STREET AND 89 AND 91 NEPEAN STREET.
Yes Yes Motion To: details ALL WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF CRYSTAL RIDGE PLACE AND APPLE HILL DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF NOVEMBER 6, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City is undertaking a major infrastructure renewal project on Larose Avenue, Lepage Avenue and Larkin Street in Ward 16; and WHEREAS as part of the design process for these streets, staff has reviewed the driveways within the project limits and found some driveway widths are not in full conformance with the City’s front yard parking restrictions and Private Approach By-law; WHEREAS for existing properties, the front yard parking restrictions and Private Approach By-law are normally enforced only on a complaint-driven basis; and WHEREAS there have been no complaints with respect to non-compliant driveways (private approaches) or front-yard parking in this area; and WHEREAS the area residents support providing relief for residents with existing driveways (private approaches) while acknowledging that any future driveways (private approaches) and front-yard parking must be in accordance with City by-laws. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that in respect of the renewal of L details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the next Council meeting is December 11, 2019 and the City’s motion confirming support for the 2023 or 2024 FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow bid must be made now to meet Ottawa Tourism’s deadline of November 29, 2019: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Bid More, Win More, Host More strategy is designed to attract world-class conferences and events to Ottawa and promote economic prosperity and growth; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa seeks to host the 2023 or 2024 Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Annual Conference and Tradeshow; and WHEREAS the FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow is the premier event for municipal government in Canada, attracting 2,000 delegates, 500 companions, and over 600 exhibitors annually; and WHEREAS the FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow provides significant and positive economic and socio-economic impacts as well as legacies for their host communities; and WHER details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following Motion, in order that the property owner may address these issues as soon as possible, WHEREAS the building on the parcel of land known as 486, 488, 490, 500 Preston Street is considered to be in a state of disrepair; and WHEREAS there is contamination on the site; and WHEREAS given the dilapidated condition of the building and the desire of the property owner to remediate the site prior to future redevelopment; and WHEREAS there is currently no building permit application for a replacement building. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve demolition control for the existing building on the property subject to the following conditions; 1. The registered Owner shall obtain a building permit for a replacement building by June 30, 2020. If a building permit is not issued by said date, the registered Owner shall within one month, landscape the property to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the next Council meeting is December 11, 2019 and the City’s motion confirming support for the 2023 or 2024 FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow bid must be made now to meet Ottawa Tourism’s deadline of November 29, 2019: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Bid More, Win More, Host More strategy is designed to attract world-class conferences and events to Ottawa and promote economic prosperity and growth; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa seeks to host the 2023 or 2024 Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Annual Conference and Tradeshow; and WHEREAS the FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow is the premier event for municipal government in Canada, attracting 2,000 delegates, 500 companions, and over 600 exhibitors annually; and WHEREAS the FCM Annual Conference and Tradeshow provides significant and positive economic and socio-economic impacts as well as legacies for their host communities; and WHER details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following Motion, in order that the property owner may address these issues as soon as possible, WHEREAS the building on the parcel of land known as 486, 488, 490, 500 Preston Street is considered to be in a state of disrepair; and WHEREAS there is contamination on the site; and WHEREAS given the dilapidated condition of the building and the desire of the property owner to remediate the site prior to future redevelopment; and WHEREAS there is currently no building permit application for a replacement building. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve demolition control for the existing building on the property subject to the following conditions; 1. The registered Owner shall obtain a building permit for a replacement building by June 30, 2020. If a building permit is not issued by said date, the registered Owner shall within one month, landscape the property to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-11-21
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 7 - 17 October 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 7 - 17 October 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee consider the Actions under its mandate, as outlined in Document 1, and forward its recommendations to Council for consideration at the meeting to be held December 11, 2019. details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Province of Ontario has announced some significant changes to social assistance in the province, including but not limited to the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and Ontario Works; and WHEREAS as individuals and families who see a drop in income due to these cuts will have a higher need for supports through community agencies, food banks, emergency shelters, and public health providers, placing an increased burden on their budgets and that of the City of Ottawa; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council request the Mayor and Chair of Community and Protective Services Committee to write to the Honourable Todd Smith, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, urging his ministry to: 1. reverse its plan to cut $1 billion from the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and Ontario Works; 2. maintain the ODSP disability definition; 3. increase the social assistance rates; and 4. consult with rele details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on September 25, 2019 as part of the 2020 Budget Directions Timeline and Consultation Report (ACS2019-FSD-FIN-0004), Council approved some of the 2020 Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services User Fees, in order to allow 2020 registrations and rentals sold in 2019 to use the 2020 rates; and WHEREAS, as outlined in that report the Draft 2020 Operating Budget tabled with Council was to have included the 2021 rates for those fees where the 2020 rates had already been approved by Council; WHEREAS these fees were inadvertently omitted from Community and Protective Services Committee Draft 2020 Budget document tabled with Council on November 6, 2019; and WHEREAS Finance has subsequently issued Appendix A to the Draft Community and Protective Services Committee Draft 2020 Budget, which includes the 2021 rates for those Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services User Fees where the 2020 rate has already been approved by Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Community details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, the City of Ottawa provides temporary lodging and support services within the Family Shelter system, for people feeling domestic violence when the Violence Against Women shelters are at capacity; WHEREAS, people fleeing domestic violence account for 11 percent of the households that seek family shelter services annually, which represents 134 households in 2018; WHEREAS, the City of Ottawa provided over $1 million annually to supports for overflow shelter capacity; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council request that the Mayor write a letter to Minister Todd Smith Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services requesting that the City be compensated for the annual expenses incurred providing overflow shelter service for individuals fleeing domestic violence, which is a provincial responsibility; THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that should the city receive this reimbursement from the Provincial Government that details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: 3. Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Budget, as follows: a) General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services i) 2020 User fees (page 47); ii) User fees continued in Appendix A (page 207) iii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 46); b) Community Recreation and Cultural Programs i) 2020 User Fees (pages 51 - 54); ii) User fees continued in Appendix A (page 208 – 210) iii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 50); c) Aquatics, Specialized and City Wide Programs i) 2020 User Fees (pages 58 - 60); ii) User fees continued in Appendix A (page 211 – 212) iii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 57); d) Parks and Facilities Planning i) 2020 User Fees (page 63); ii) User fees continued in Appendix A (page 213) iii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 62) e) Facility Operation Services i) 2020 User Fees (page 67); ii) User fees continued in Appendix A (page 214) iii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 66). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: 4. Public Works and Environmental Services Department – Parks - Operating Resource Requirement (page 69). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: 2. Community and Social Services Budget, as follows: a) General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services Operating Resource Requirement (page 29); b) Employment and Social Services Operating Resource Requirement (page 31); c) Children’s Services, as follows: i) User fees (page 35); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (pages 33 - 34) d) Housing Services Operating Resource Requirement, as follows: i) Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative (page 37); ii) Home for Good (page 37) iii) Reaching Home (page 37) iv) Remaining Housing Services Operating Resource Requirement (page 37); e) Long Term Care Operating Resource Requirement (page 39); f) Partner and Stakeholder Initiatives, Operating Resource Requirement (page 41). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: 5. Community and Protective Services Committee Capital Budget (pages 70-73, individual projects listed on pages 118 –188). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP CAPITAL PROGRAMS SUMMARY OF FUNDING ALLOCATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE PROPERTY STANDARDS AND LICENSE APPEALS COMMITTEE
Transit Commission
2019-11-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details PARA TRANSPO ONLINE SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PLAN UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details ADDITIONAL ITEM
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details ADDITIONAL ITEM
Yes Yes Motion To: details ADDITIONAL ITEM
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - VERBAL UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - VERBAL UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - VERBAL UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details 2.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details 2.
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details CONFEDERATION LINE AND BUS SERVICE UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details CONFEDERATION LINE AND BUS SERVICE UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFEDERATION LINE AND BUS SERVICE UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details At the outset, Vice-Chair Cloutier introduced the following Motion to allow the Commission to receive a presentation from the General Manager, Transportation Services Department, and to dispense with the requirement for staff to follow up with a separate written report.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details At the outset, Vice-Chair Cloutier introduced the following Motion to allow the Commission to receive a presentation from the General Manager, Transportation Services Department, and to dispense with the requirement for staff to follow up with a separate written report.
Yes Yes Motion To: details At the outset, Vice-Chair Cloutier introduced the following Motion to allow the Commission to receive a presentation from the General Manager, Transportation Services Department, and to dispense with the requirement for staff to follow up with a separate written report.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details MOTION NO TTC 2019 08/01
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details MOTION NO TTC 2019 08/01
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION NO TTC 2019 08/01
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details Moved by Commissioner J. Cloutier:
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details Moved by Commissioner J. Cloutier:
Yes Yes Motion To: details Moved by Commissioner J. Cloutier:
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT (Light Rail Transit) Confederation Line and Bus Service at today's meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT (Light Rail Transit) Confederation Line and Bus Service at today's meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation.
Yes Yes Motion To: details THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT (Light Rail Transit) Confederation Line and Bus Service at today's meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details The Commission received a detailed slide presentation touching upon customer service enhancements, Rail and Bus service updates, improved Communications and Customer Information, ongoing improvements to stations and related issues, and Winter Operations.' The presentation was given by Messrs. John Manconi, General Manager, Transportation Services Department (TSD) and Troy Charter, Director, Transit Operations, TSD.' Messrs. Steve Kanellakos, City Manager, Pat Scrimgeour, Director, Transit Customer Systems and Planning, TSD, and Jim Greer, Director, Transit Operations Service, TSD, were also present to respond to questions.' A copy of this presentation is held on file with the City Clerk.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details The Commission received a detailed slide presentation touching upon customer service enhancements, Rail and Bus service updates, improved Communications and Customer Information, ongoing improvements to stations and related issues, and Winter Operations.' The presentation was given by Messrs. John Manconi, General Manager, Transportation Services Department (TSD) and Troy Charter, Director, Transit Operations, TSD.' Messrs. Steve Kanellakos, City Manager, Pat Scrimgeour, Director, Transit Customer Systems and Planning, TSD, and Jim Greer, Director, Transit Operations Service, TSD, were also present to respond to questions.' A copy of this presentation is held on file with the City Clerk.
Yes Yes Motion To: details The Commission received a detailed slide presentation touching upon customer service enhancements, Rail and Bus service updates, improved Communications and Customer Information, ongoing improvements to stations and related issues, and Winter Operations.' The presentation was given by Messrs. John Manconi, General Manager, Transportation Services Department (TSD) and Troy Charter, Director, Transit Operations, TSD.' Messrs. Steve Kanellakos, City Manager, Pat Scrimgeour, Director, Transit Customer Systems and Planning, TSD, and Jim Greer, Director, Transit Operations Service, TSD, were also present to respond to questions.' A copy of this presentation is held on file with the City Clerk.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details The Commission then heard from the following delegations:
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details The Commission then heard from the following delegations:
Yes Yes Motion To: details The Commission then heard from the following delegations:
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details ' Mr. Stuart MacKay, Ottawa Transit Riders Board of Directors, spoke to delays, packed buses, and a public that was giving up on public transit.' He suggested that OC Transpo work with its stakeholders to improve ridership and consult earlier with advocacy groups prior to the implementation of LRT Phase II.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details ' Mr. Stuart MacKay, Ottawa Transit Riders Board of Directors, spoke to delays, packed buses, and a public that was giving up on public transit.' He suggested that OC Transpo work with its stakeholders to improve ridership and consult earlier with advocacy groups prior to the implementation of LRT Phase II.
Yes Yes Motion To: details ' Mr. Stuart MacKay, Ottawa Transit Riders Board of Directors, spoke to delays, packed buses, and a public that was giving up on public transit.' He suggested that OC Transpo work with its stakeholders to improve ridership and consult earlier with advocacy groups prior to the implementation of LRT Phase II.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details ' Ms Sam Boswell spoke of the need for a greater commitment to community consultations with a working group representing a diverse spectrum of transit users, an improved and simplified administration, a fare freeze, and better 'consistency in performance reporting.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details ' Ms Sam Boswell spoke of the need for a greater commitment to community consultations with a working group representing a diverse spectrum of transit users, an improved and simplified administration, a fare freeze, and better 'consistency in performance reporting.
Yes Yes Motion To: details ' Ms Sam Boswell spoke of the need for a greater commitment to community consultations with a working group representing a diverse spectrum of transit users, an improved and simplified administration, a fare freeze, and better 'consistency in performance reporting.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details ' Ms Miranda Gray provided comment about the organization failing to boost public confidence; about the need to clarify language used to express information, and about the practical implementability of mitigation measures against RTG if problems were the result of internal deficiencies.'
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details ' Ms Miranda Gray provided comment about the organization failing to boost public confidence; about the need to clarify language used to express information, and about the practical implementability of mitigation measures against RTG if problems were the result of internal deficiencies.'
Yes Yes Motion To: details ' Ms Miranda Gray provided comment about the organization failing to boost public confidence; about the need to clarify language used to express information, and about the practical implementability of mitigation measures against RTG if problems were the result of internal deficiencies.'
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details Comments were also received from Ms Dawn Ellis*, who recommended that OC Transpo implement direct, uninterrupted bus routes along major arterial roadways, and from Mr. K. Ramaswamy*, expressing a number of concerns with the new LRT Confederation Line.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details Comments were also received from Ms Dawn Ellis*, who recommended that OC Transpo implement direct, uninterrupted bus routes along major arterial roadways, and from Mr. K. Ramaswamy*, expressing a number of concerns with the new LRT Confederation Line.
Yes Yes Motion To: details Comments were also received from Ms Dawn Ellis*, who recommended that OC Transpo implement direct, uninterrupted bus routes along major arterial roadways, and from Mr. K. Ramaswamy*, expressing a number of concerns with the new LRT Confederation Line.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details [' *' Individuals / groups marked with an asterisk above either provided comments in writing or by e-mail; all submissions are held on file with the City Clerk. ]
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details [' *' Individuals / groups marked with an asterisk above either provided comments in writing or by e-mail; all submissions are held on file with the City Clerk. ]
Yes Yes Motion To: details [' *' Individuals / groups marked with an asterisk above either provided comments in writing or by e-mail; all submissions are held on file with the City Clerk. ]
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details The Commission's discussions included, but were not necessarily limited to: questions to the City Manager pertaining to proprietary contract information, confidentiality agreements, Council members' ability to view unredacted contracts, and whether such information can be disclosed publicly.'
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details The Commission's discussions included, but were not necessarily limited to: questions to the City Manager pertaining to proprietary contract information, confidentiality agreements, Council members' ability to view unredacted contracts, and whether such information can be disclosed publicly.'
Yes Yes Motion To: details The Commission's discussions included, but were not necessarily limited to: questions to the City Manager pertaining to proprietary contract information, confidentiality agreements, Council members' ability to view unredacted contracts, and whether such information can be disclosed publicly.'
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details Other questions touched upon points addressed in the presentation and those raised by the delegations, along with: the availability of OC Transpo staff to attend Ward meetings; requests to keep the 'Red Vest' LRT Ambassadors employed beyond the end of the year; train control and monitoring system (TCMS) issues and door problems; Rideau Transit Group (RTG) shortcomings, mitigation measures and possible options; long-term maintenance commitments; capacity issues on trains, buses and at stations; requests for the formulation of a comprehensive action plan to address system reliability and consistency of service; the restoration of service to under-serviced areas; rumours of Express Bus reinstatement; questions of employee welfare and treatment by the public; the availability of performance data; and, requests for more frequent, regular updates.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details Other questions touched upon points addressed in the presentation and those raised by the delegations, along with: the availability of OC Transpo staff to attend Ward meetings; requests to keep the 'Red Vest' LRT Ambassadors employed beyond the end of the year; train control and monitoring system (TCMS) issues and door problems; Rideau Transit Group (RTG) shortcomings, mitigation measures and possible options; long-term maintenance commitments; capacity issues on trains, buses and at stations; requests for the formulation of a comprehensive action plan to address system reliability and consistency of service; the restoration of service to under-serviced areas; rumours of Express Bus reinstatement; questions of employee welfare and treatment by the public; the availability of performance data; and, requests for more frequent, regular updates.
Yes Yes Motion To: details Other questions touched upon points addressed in the presentation and those raised by the delegations, along with: the availability of OC Transpo staff to attend Ward meetings; requests to keep the 'Red Vest' LRT Ambassadors employed beyond the end of the year; train control and monitoring system (TCMS) issues and door problems; Rideau Transit Group (RTG) shortcomings, mitigation measures and possible options; long-term maintenance commitments; capacity issues on trains, buses and at stations; requests for the formulation of a comprehensive action plan to address system reliability and consistency of service; the restoration of service to under-serviced areas; rumours of Express Bus reinstatement; questions of employee welfare and treatment by the public; the availability of performance data; and, requests for more frequent, regular updates.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details To the last point above, Commissioner Brockington moved the following:
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details To the last point above, Commissioner Brockington moved the following:
Yes Yes Motion To: details To the last point above, Commissioner Brockington moved the following:
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details MOTION NO TTC 2019 08/02
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details MOTION NO TTC 2019 08/02
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION NO TTC 2019 08/02
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details Moved by Commissioner R. Brockington:
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details Moved by Commissioner R. Brockington:
Yes Yes Motion To: details Moved by Commissioner R. Brockington:
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and
Yes Yes Motion To: details BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations.
Yes Yes Motion To: details BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details The Commission's discussions having concluded, the Commission 'RECEIVED' the General Manager's presentation for information.
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details The Commission's discussions having concluded, the Commission 'RECEIVED' the General Manager's presentation for information.
Yes Yes Motion To: details The Commission's discussions having concluded, the Commission 'RECEIVED' the General Manager's presentation for information.
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line and Bus Service at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update / presentation. details CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transit Commission direct Transportation Services staff to provide a regular update with respect to the Confederation Line and related Bus Service at each regular Transit Commission meeting, as a standing item until such time as the Commission Chair determines that they are no longer required and communicates this to the Commission; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transit Commission waive Section 83.(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law to receive these updates on an ongoing basis, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these presentations. details CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
Yes Yes Motion To: details CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2019 TO JUNE 30, 2019 FOR TRANSIT COMMISSION
No Yes Motion To: THAT the Transit Commission recommend that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Transit Commission 2020 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1. Transit Services as follows: a. User fees (pages 4-6); b. Operating Resource Requirement (page 3); 2. Transit Commission Capital Budget (pages 7 and 8, individual projects listed on pages 16-37). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Family DayPass for OC Transpo is only available on Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays, allowing a family group to ride all day on a single DayPass for $10.75; and WHEREAS a family can be made up of as many as six people, with a maximum of two aged 13 or older; and WHEREAS providing additional opportunities for families to ride public transit promotes future ridership; and WHEREAS it would be beneficial to families to have the Family DayPass also available during March Break, the months of July and August, and the two-week school board over the Christmas week and New Year’s holiday period; WHEREAS providing additional opportunities for families to ride public transit during peak tourist seasons will create an economic boost for Ottawa businesses; and WHEREAS staff has not yet been able to fully quantify the financial impacts of this change, which could potentially be revenue positive, neutral or negative to the City, but anticipate that any one-time admin details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council has adopted a Transit Long Range Financial Plan, which is predicated on annual increases to transit fares to keep pace with transit cost inflation and maintain an appropriate balance between funding for transit from taxes and fares; and WHEREAS Council on June 15, 2016, approved that the annual fare increase should be made on January 1 each year to be consistent with the City’s budget year, subject to annual budget approval; and WHEREAS by decision of Council, the 2019 fare increase was frozen until October 1, 2019, in recognition of the delay in opening O-Train Line 1; and WHEREAS the 2020 Draft Budget recommends an overall 2.5% base increase to OC Transpo Fares, to take effect on January 1, 2020; and WHEREAS the Transit Commission is of the opinion that the current service being provided on O-Train Line 1 is not yet satisfactory and that transit users have been experiencing challenging and uncertain commutes as a result of the ongoing issues and service i details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes No Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the effective date for the recommended 2020 fare increases be amended from January 1 to December 31, 2020, with the anticipated revenue reduction $4,950,000 to be funded from the anticipated funds from the financial and performance provisions in the Project Agreement with the Rideau Transit Group; and details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION MOTIONS AND INQUIRIES FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 8 NOVEMBER 2019
EPWWM
2019-11-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Absent Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO WATER BY-LAW 2019-74 AND OFF-HOURS LARGE WATER METER INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE FEE
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management 2020 TAX-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1. Infrastructure Services as follows: a. User Fees (page 4); b. Operating Resource Requirement (page 3). 2. Resliliency and Natural Systems Policy Operating Resource Requirement (page 7); 3. Solid Waste Services as follows: a. User Fees (page 10); b. Operating Resource Requirements (page 9); 4. Forestry Services as follows: a. User Fees (page 13); b. Operating Resource Requirement (page 12). 5. Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Capital Budget page 14, individual projects listed on pages 28-29 (Environment) and pages 31-37(Solid Waste). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management 2020 Rate-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget as follows: 1. Drinking Water Services as follows: a. User Fees (pages 3-7); b. Operating Resource Requirement (page 2). 2. Wastewater Services as follows: a. User Fees (pages 10-11) b. Operating Resource Requirement (page 9); 3. Stormwater Services as follows: a. User Fees (pages 14-17); b. Operating Resource Requirements (page. 13); 4. The Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Rate-Supported Capital Budget (pages) 18-21, individual projects listed on pages 33-64 (Drinking Water), 66-69 (Integrated Roads, Water and Wastewater), 71-96 (Stormwater) and 98-116 (Wastewater). details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Absent Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 NOVEMBER 2019
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-11-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS the report dated September 23, 2019 entitled “Regulation of Long-Term Rental Accommodations” by Maclaren Municipal Consulting Inc. states as follows at Recommendations 4 and 5, respectively: “The City of Ottawa should initiate regulation and registration for rental housing with 10 or fewer dwelling units in mid-density residential zones (generally R4 and R5) where a high volume of by-law violations continues, and enhanced proactive enforcement is not an adequate response. As a pilot, regulation should be enacted in the areas of Sandy Hill and Vanier. The trial should be evaluated after two years, comparing results against other mid-densityneighbourhoods. Based on the findings, the regulatory regime could be cancelled, revised, or made permanent, and consideration could be given to extending the regime to otherneighbourhoods facing similar challenges if the regulatory approach is found to be successful”; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct the General details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS clause1(f) of Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 583/06, as amended, passed under the Municipal Act, 2001, states that the municipality does not have power, in a business licensing by-law, “to provide for a system of licenses with respect to businesses trading in real estate”; AND WHEREAS Subsection 1(2) of Regulation 583/06 provides that, in clause 1(f), the term “trade” is to have the same meaning as in section 1 of the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002, which defines “trade” as including “a disposition or acquisition of or transaction in real estate by sale, purchase, agreement for purchase and sale, exchange, option, lease, rental or otherwise and any offer or attempt to list real estate for the purpose of such a disposition, acquisition or transaction, and any act, advertisement, conduct or negotiation, directly or indirectly, in furtherance of any disposition, acquisition, transaction, offer or attempt, and the verb “trade” has a corresp details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS the City regulates Rooming Houses through building, fire, health, licensing, property standards and zoning requirements, with those requirements currently including a 1:5 ratio of washroom facilities to tenants, and no requirement for the rooming house operator to provide certain kitchen amenities; AND WHEREAS the staff report on the Rental Accommodations Study and Regulatory Regime is not proposing any regulatory changes with respect to Rooming Houses, citing concerns about additional potential cost impacts to rooming house operators and residents of any increased requirements for rooming house facilities including potential renovation costs; AND WHEREAS, (a) the washroom facilities to tenant ratio should be 1:4; (b) kitchen amenities should include one microwave oven and one stove top, with one set of such appliances for every 4 tenants; and, (c) one functioning mini-refrigerator for each Rooming House unit; AND WHEREAS, the Community and Social Services Department details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
No No Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council direct Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department staff to provide in the consultation and report that is to accompany the temporary use zoning by-law outlined in the report, a further provision, also on a temporary three year basis, that will permit short term rentals: a) in a secondary dwelling unit where the primary unit is occupied by the person with the permit for the short term rental in the secondary dwelling unit or, b) in a solely residential use building of three dwelling units or less, in a second dwelling unit within the residential use building where another unit is occupied by the person with the permit for the dwelling unit being used for the purposes of the short term rental details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council: 1. Receive the following reports related to the Rental Accommodations Study: a. “Rental Accommodations Literature Review and Inter-Jurisdictional Scan”, Prism Economics and Analysis, 2019, attached as Document 3, b. “City of Ottawa Rental Market Analysis”, Prism Economics and Analysis, 2019, attached as Document 4, c. “Regulation of Long-Term Rental Accommodations”, Maclaren Municipal Consulting Inc., September 23, 2019, attached as Document 7, and d. “Regulation of Short-Term Rental Accommodation”, Maclaren Municipal Consulting Inc., September 23, 2019, attached as Document 8, and details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: 2. Approve the recommended regulatory framework for Rental Housing as described in this report and set out in Document 1 – Regulatory Regime for Rental Housing, and a. direct the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services to develop the proposed Rental Property Management By-law and related by-law amendments for approval by the Community and Protective Services Committee and Council in 2020, as described in this report, and b. approve, for immediate implementation, an increased flat re-inspection fee of $500 in Schedule A of the Property Standards By-law (2013-416, as amended), as described in this report, and details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: 3. Approve the recommended regulatory framework for Short-Term Rental (STR) Accommodations as described in this report and set out in Document 2 –Regulatory Regime for Short-Term Rentals, and a. Direct the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services to develop the proposed Short -Term Rental By-law and related by-law amendments for approval by the Community and Protective Services Committee and Council, and b. Direct the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development to develop a Temporary Use By-law for short-term rental use in residential areas, for approval by Planning Committee and Council, as described in this report, and c. Direct the City Treasurer and City Solicitor to conduct a review of the Municipal Accommodations Tax revenues to fund the short-term rental requirements, and if funds are not available, direct the City Treasurer and City Solicitor to develop the required by-law to amend the Municipal Accommodations Tax By-law in orde details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Yes Yes Motion To: 4. Approve 2.0 temporary Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) for Rental Housing enforcement and administration, and 6.0 temporary FTEs and 1.0 additional temporary FTE (first year of implementation only) for Short-Term Rental Accommodations enforcement and administration, for a total of temporary 8.0 FTEs and 1.0 additional temporary FTE (first year of implementation only), effective upon implementation of the regulatory regimes set out in Recommendations 2 and 3, to be funded through revenue generated from fees and the Municipal Accommodation Tax, as described in this report. details REPORT ON RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS STUDY AND REGULATORY REGIME
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-11-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 7 - Monday, 21 October 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 7 - Monday, 21 October 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 58 FLORENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil d’approuver l’ajout des propriétés énumérées dans le document 1 au Registre du patrimoine de la Ville d’Ottawa, conformément à l’article 27 de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario. 2. Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil d’approuver les modifications techniques figurant dans le document 9. 3. Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil de cesser d’utiliser la Liste de référence des biens à valeur patrimoniale. 1. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council approve the addition of the properties listed in Document 1 to the City of Ottawa’s Heritage Register, in accordance with Section 27 of the Ontario Heritage Act. 2. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council approve the technical amendments listed in Document 9. 3. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council discontinue use of the Heritage details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
City Council
2019-11-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor’s remarks given at the City Council meeting on November 6, 2019, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor’s remarks given at the City Council meeting on November 6, 2019, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details MAYOR`S BUDGET ADDRESS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA 2020 DRAFT BUDGET
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD - 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY: 2020 DRAFT BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details FTE ANALYSIS REPORT - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2020 MUNICIPAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT PLAN - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2019-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that this item be deferred to the next regular City Council meeting scheduled for November 27, 2019 details MOTION - RAT COMPLAINTS INQUIRY
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORT ON AUDIT FOLLOW-UPS AND DETAILED AUDIT FOLLOW-UP REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - COUNCIL RESOLUTION REGARDING SECTION 45 OF THE PLANNING ACT, IN RESPECT OF 541 AND 545 RIDEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details HERITAGE DESIGNATION BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 73-77 GUIGUES AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3802 AND 3812 GREENBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3960 GREENBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2564 TENTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF OCTOBER 23, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, so that it may be approved prior to Remembrance Day. WHEREAS, Ottawa has an active service population of 23,000 members, and more the 53,000 veterans and their families living in our city; and WHEREAS, we recognize the importance of the Department of National Defence’s presence in our city, and we value the bravery and perseverance of our women and men in uniform who are serving and have served our country; and WHEREAS, veterans can face many challenges following their transition to civilian life including finding employment, accessing support services and housing; and WHEREAS, the valuable skills they acquire through their years of service are often difficult to translate for employers in the civilian job market and there is a need for greater education to help employers recognize the value in their unique skill set; and WHEREAS, there is a need for our veterans to have more information on how to a details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That, in order to meet the November 25, 2019 provincial consultation timelines on Transforming and modernizing the delivery of Ontario’s Building Code services, Ottawa City Council approve suspension of the Rules of Procedure to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Ontario Government is consulting on ways to better enforce the Ontario Building Code during construction with a comment period of September 24, 2019 to November 25; and WHERAS the Ontario Government’s More Homes, More Choices Act details their roadmap for increasing housing, including affordable housing, supply in Ontario; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is in the business administering and enforcing the Ontario Building Codes and has a vested interest in improving outcomes for home quality; and WHEREAS the Tarion Warranty Corporation (Tarion, henceforth) was established in 1976 via the Ontario New Home Warranties Act and is a non-profit entity in Ontario; and WHEREAS Tarion’s primary purpose should be details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following Motion, in order that the property owner may address these issues as soon as possible, WHEREAS the building at 255 Ethel Street is considered to be a blight within the community; and WHEREAS there are neighbourhood concerns related to state of the property; and WHEREAS given the dilapidated condition of the building and the community’s concerns it would be in the public interest to demolish the building; and WHEREAS there is currently no building permit application for a replacement building; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve demolition control for the existing building on the property upon application of the owner subject to the following conditions; 1. That until the time of the construction of the first replacement building, the registered Owner shall landscape the property to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning Infrastructure and Economic Development. The registered Owner sha details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: details investment
Transit Commission
2019-11-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transit Commission receive, table and refer this item to its meeting of 20 November 2019. details 2020 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET -
Yes Yes Motion To: That, pursuant to Subsections 89(3) and 83(4)(a) of the Procedure By-law, the Transit Commission waive the Rules of Procedure to receive the verbal update from the General Manager of the Transportation Services Department regarding the LRT Confederation Line at today’s meeting, and dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this verbal update/presentation. details LINE 1 (CONFEDERATION LINE) - UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That Transit Commission approve that this meeting be extended beyond 7:00 pm. details LINE 1 (CONFEDERATION LINE) - UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS transparency and communication are essential elements to ensure accountability in public organizations; and WHEREAS in order to carry out their oversight role, Transit Commissioners need clear and measurable data on transit service; and WHEREAS OC Transpo is developing a formal plan for metrics and reporting, expected to be completed in 2020, but data and reporting is still required until that plan is in place; and WHEREAS existing metrics and targets are being tracked by OC Transpo to evaluate performance, for example on time performance standards for buses and level of service agreements with Rideau Transit Group; and WHEREAS immediate service issues exist that are affecting customer and commissioner confidence in OC Transpo; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT OC Transpo staff provide the Transit Commission with a monthly report summarizing relevant reliability results for both the bus and train system; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT OC Transpo provide Transi details LINE 1 (CONFEDERATION LINE) - UPDATE
City Council
2019-10-23
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at its meeting of October 17, 2019, Community and Protective Services Committee approved a Motion recommending Council direct staff to proceed with the retention of a consultant to undertake a study of on-demand accessible taxicab service, with the anticipated $25,000 cost to be funded through the Emergency and Protective Services (EPS) Operating budget; and WHEREAS staff has advised that this can already be accommodated within their planned 2020 budget for consulting services and will not result in an increased budget ask for 2020; and WHEREAS Council cannot pre-commit the 2020 Budget, which will be considered and approved by Council in December, 2019; THEREFORE be it resolved that Committee Recommendation 2 be amended to add “…subject to Council’s approval of the 2020 Budget” details FEASIBILITY OF REVIEW OF ON-DEMAND ACCESSIBLE TAXICAB SERVICE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that this item be deferred to the next regular City Council meeting scheduled for November 6, 2019. details MOTION - RAT COMPLAINTS INQUIRY
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉQue le Conseil :1. approuve les améliorations au Centre environnemental Robert-O.-Pickard (CEROP) décrites dans le présent rapport;2. approuve pour le projet no 906648 (utilisation des biogaz) une augmentation des dépenses d’immobilisations autorisées de 41,8 millions de dollars, ce qui porterait le total à 57,2 millions de dollars, une augmentation qui serait puisée dans le fonds de réserve pour les services d’eaux usées; et,3. délègue au directeur général, Services des travaux publics et des services environnementaux, en consultation avec l’avocat général, les pouvoirs nécessaires pour négocier, conclure et exécuter un contrat avec Envari Energy Solutions inc., conformément au présent rapport.COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONSThat Council:1. Approve upgrades to the Robert O. Pickard Environmental Centre (ROPEC), as described in this report;2. Approve an increase in capital expenditure authority for project 906648 Digester Gas Util details ROBERT O. PICKARD ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE (ROPEC) ELECTRICAL RELIABILITY AND EFFICIENT USE OF DIGESTER GAS PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Flood Plain Phase 3 represents a consistency exercise whereby the City adopts into the Zoning By-law as an Overlay the one in 100-year Flood Plain Boundary as identified and approved by the Board of the Conservation Authorities with jurisdiction over these matters; and WHEREAS concerns have been expressed by landowners subject to the proposed Flood Plain Overlay as described on Maps 3 and 9 of report ACS2019-PIE-EDP-0036; and WHEREAS there has been a request for additional time to allow for further discussion between the landowners and the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority to determine whether the Board-Approved Flood Plain boundary is accurate; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the following replacement recommendation, incorporating the recommendations of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and Planning Committee, as amended to remove Maps 3 and 9 as described above: That Council Approve 1. Amendments to the floodplain overlay in Zoning By-l details ZONING - FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING UPDATES PHASE 3
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0097 recommends approval of an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 2140 Baseline Road to permit a 14-storey mixed-use building; WHEREAS Document 2 contains a zone code typographical error which conflicts with the correct zone code shown in Document 1; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that Document 2 be amended to replace the zone code, “GM” with the zone code “MC” wherever it appears; and, details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2140 BASELINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉQue le Conseil approuve la proposition visant à ce que l’aréna de Blackburn, sis au 190, promenade Glen Park, sera «aréna Lois-Kemp».COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONThat Council approve the proposal to name the Blackburn Arena, located at 190 Glen Park Dr the “Lois Kemp Arena”. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - LOIS KEMP ARENA
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉQue le Conseil approuve la proposition visant à ce que nommer la patinoire de l’aréna de Blackburn, sise au 190, promenade parc Glen, «patinoire Eldon-Kemp».COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONThat Council approve the proposal to name the rink inside the Blackburn Arena, located at 190 Glen Park Dr the “Eldon Kemp Rink”. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - ELDON KEMP RINK
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉQue le Conseil approuve la Feuille de route du Plan de sécurité et de bien être dans les collectivités selon les modalités exposées dans ce rapport et exprimées dans la pièce 3.COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONThat Council approve the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan Roadmap as described in this report and as set out in Document 3. details COMMUNITY SAFETY AND WELL-BEING PLAN ROADMAP
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉQue le Conseil reçoive le rapport aux fins d’information.COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONThat Council receive this report for information. details 9-1-1 ANNUAL REPORT 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉQue le Conseil approuve le Plan relatif aux personnes âgées (PRPA) 2020-2022, tel qu’il est exposé dans le présent rapport et dans le document 1.COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONThat Council approve the Older Adult Plan (OAP) 2020 – 2022 as outlined in this report and in Document 1. details CITY OF OTTAWA OLDER ADULT PLAN 2020-2022
Yes Yes Motion To: Recommandation du Comité Que le Conseil approuve une modification du Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant une partie du 3718, chemin Greenbank de façon à permettre les utilisations du sol associées à un plan de lotissement provisoire, comme l’indique le document 1 et le précise le document 2. Committee recommendation That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for part of 3718 Greenbank Road to permit land uses associated with a Draft Plan of Subdivision, as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3718 GREENBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: Recommandation du Comité Que le Conseil approuve une modification apportée au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 et visant le 350, promenade Terry-Fox afin de permettre l’ajout des utilisations « traiteur » et « restaurant de mets à emporter », comme le précise le document 2. Committee recommendation That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 350 Terry Fox Drive to permit the additional uses of a catering establishment and take-out restaurant, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 350 TERRY FOX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: Recommandations du Comité Que le Conseil :1. approuve la signature de la convention d''achat et de vente par le directeur par intérim du Bureau des biens immobiliers municipaux afin d''acquérir les terrains, dont l'adresse municipale est le 715, chemin Mikinak, comme indiqué dans le Document 1 (la « propriété »), de la Société immobilière du Canada CLC Limitée, pour la somme de 4 935 000,00 dont :a. 301 035,00 $ plus la TVH, selon le cas, et les frais de clôture, sont payables par la Ville d'Ottawa, en tant qu''acheteur, et comme décrit plus en détail dans le présent rapport etb. 4 633 965 $ sont payables par la Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement en vertu de l’Initiative des terrains fédéraux de la Stratégie nationale sur le logement conformément à des ententes sur le logement abordable;2. délègue à la directrice, Services de logement, le pouvoir de négocier et de signer les ententes de logement abordable avec la Société canadienn details FEDERAL LAND INITIATIVE - 715 MIKINAK ROAD BEING BLOCK 21 OF WATERIDGE VILLAGE, OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE LAND FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU RAPPORT Que le Conseil approuve les résumés des observations orales et écrites du public sur les questions étudiées à la réunion du 9 octobre, 2019 du Conseil municipal qui sont assujetties aux exigences d’explication prévues aux paragraphes 17(23.1), 22(6.7), 34(10.10) et 34(18.1) de la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire, selon le cas, et comme les décrit le présent rapport et qui sont joints à titre de documents 1 et 2. REPORT RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the Summaries of Oral and Written Public Submissions for items considered at the City Council Meeting of October 9, 2019 that are subject to the ‘Explanation Requirements’ being the Planning Act, subsections 17(23.1), 22(6.7), 34(10.10) and 34(18.1), as applicable, as described in this report and attached as Documents 1 and 2. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF OCTOBER 9, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1. details That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
No No Motion To: WHEREAS on September 24, 2019 Councillor Rick Chiarelli provided notice to the Mayor and the City Clerk, including medical documentation of his inability to attend at Committee and Council for an indeterminate period of time, and at least until October 9, 2019 inclusive, due to medical issues; and WHEREAS at its meeting of September 25, 2019, City Council considered Motion 20/5 with respect to Councillor Chiarelli’s request for an authorized leave of absence; tabled the resolution to authorize a leave of absence for Councillor Rick Chiarelli and directed the City Clerk to liaise with Councillor Rick Chiarelli and to provide an update to City Council; and; WHEREAS on October 8, 2019 Councillor Rick Chiarelli provided updated written medical documentation to the Clerk’s Office including his physician’s recommendation for continued leave on medical grounds until November 11, 2019 inclusive; and WHEREAS in accordance with Subsection 66(5) of the Procedure By-law, a motion details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Sections 390 and 391 within Part XII of Municipal Act, 2001 provides the statutory framework for Council to impose fees and charges to recover the City's costs related to services or activities provided, for use of its property, and property under its control; and WHEREAS there must be a reasonable connection between the fees charged and the cost of the services provided; and WHEREAS parking fees are imposed to recover costs related to the services and objectives identified within the Municipal Parking Management Strategy; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa does not currently have the statutory authority under the Municipal Act, 2001 to use parking revenues for general revenue purposes and it is in the interests of the City for such funds to be used for projects related to sustainable transportation including sidewalk construction, cycling infrastructure and public transit. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor, on behalf of the City of Ottawa, petition the Province of details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: hat City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended, as the next Council meeting is November 6, 2019 and the municipal capital facilities by-law requires a technical amendment to confirm the tax exemption as soon as possible, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS Council on June 13, 2018 designated a portion of the lands at 191 Laurier Avenue West (120 Metcalfe Avenue) as a Municipal Capital Facility for the provision of a Public Library under section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001, to exempt the portion of the lands used by the Public Library from taxes levied for municipal and school purposes as further described in the report; WHEREAS the staff Report recommending such designation and approved by Council included the Main Library and fourth and fifth floors (84,578 square feet) leased by the Public Library and inadvertently omitted a portion of the basement area in the amount of 24,379 square feet as identified by the Municipal Property Assessment Corpor details
Yes Yes Motion To: hat City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended, as the next Council meeting is November 6, 2019 and the municipal capital facilities by-law requires a technical amendment to confirm the tax exemption as soon as possible, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS Council on June 13, 2018 designated a portion of the lands at 191 Laurier Avenue West (120 Metcalfe Avenue) as a Municipal Capital Facility for the provision of a Public Library under section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001, to exempt the portion of the lands used by the Public Library from taxes levied for municipal and school purposes as further described in the report; WHEREAS the staff Report recommending such designation and approved by Council included the Main Library and fourth and fifth floors (84,578 square feet) leased by the Public Library and inadvertently omitted a portion of the basement area in the amount of 24,379 square feet as identified by the Municipal Property Assessment Corpor details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-10-21
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 6 - Tuesday, 10 September 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil de modifier les règlements sur la désignation patrimoniale visant les propriétés suivantes, afin de tenir compte de leurs descriptions officielles correctes, comme le mentionne le document 2 : • 187, avenue Billings (quartier 18); • 135, rue Barrette (quartier 12); • 593, avenue Laurier (quartier 14); • 269, chemin Pinhey’s Point (quartier 5); • 478, rue Albert (quartier 14); • 590, avenue Broadview (quartier 15); • 1993, chemin Robertson (quartier 8); • 7, chemin Bayview Station (quartier 15); • 17, avenue Myrand (quartier 12); et • 66, rue Lisgar (quartier 14). That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council amend the heritage designation by-laws for the properties below to reflect their correct legal descriptions, as described in Document 2: • 187 Billings Avenue (Ward 18); • 135 Barrette Street (Ward 12); • 593 Laurier Avenue (Ward 14); • 269 Pinhey’s Point Road details HERITAGE DESIGNATION BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de démolition de l’habitation en rangée et du garage isolé situés aux 73-77, avenue Guigues; 2. d’approuver la demande de construction d’un immeuble de sept habitations en rangée aux 73-77, avenue Guigues, conformément au plan d’implantation et aux élévations préparés par Hamel Design and Planning et au plan d’aménagement paysagé préparé par Novatech Engineering, soumis le 18 août 2019 (documents 5, 6 et 7 ci-joints), sous réserve des conditions suivantes : a. Le requérant devra simplifier et parfaire le choix de matériaux des habitations, en consultation avec le personnel responsable du patrimoine et à la satisfaction du directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique, avant la délivrance d’un permis de construire; b. Le requérant devra reconfigurer la ligne de c details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 73-77 GUIGUES AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité des finances et du développement économique de recommander au Conseil : 1. d’approuver l’adoption d’un règlement municipal pour désigner tout le territoire de la ville d’Ottawa comme faisant partie du plan d’améliorations communautaires des édifices à valeur patrimoniale; 2. d’approuver et d’adopter par règlement municipal ce plan, tel qu’énoncé dans le document 2; 3. de demander au personnel de présenter au Conseil, au troisième trimestre de 2022, un rapport comportant une évaluation du plan et des recommandations possibles; 4. d’approuver la création d’un poste de planificateur de la conservation du patrimoine (1 ETP) dont la rémunération annuelle se chiffrera à environ 120 000 $ et sera entièrement financée par les droits, dès le 1er janvier 2020; 5. d’approuver le barème des droits pour les demandes de modification d’un bien patrimonial présentées dès le 1er janv details CREATION OF A NEW HERITAGE TAX REBATE PROGRAM FOR BUILDING RESTORATION AND 2020 USER FEE SCHEDULE FOR HERITAGE APPLICATION FEES
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee suspend the Rules of Procedure to receive an oral update from staff with respect to the Scissons House, 910 March Road, and to dispense with the requirement for staff to provide any further written report on this update so that the Committee may receive timely information on this matter. details DESIGNATION OF THE SCISSONS HOUSE, 910 MARCH ROAD, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
EPWWM
2019-10-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details ROBERT O. PICKARD ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE (ROPEC) ELECTRICAL RELIABILITY AND EFFICIENT USE OF DIGESTER GAS PROJECT
Absent No Motion To: details TREE CANOPY ASSESSMENT: CANADA'S CAPITAL REGION
City Council
2019-10-09
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details DRAFT CITY OF OTTAWA COMMENT ON THE PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE PROVINCIAL POLICY STATEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report ACA2019-PIE-PS-0095, Planning Services Funding Review and Staff Increase proposes amendments to Planning Application fees; and WHEREAS Document 1 details the current and proposed City of Ottawa user fees; and WHEREAS rural areas are defined in Schedule A – Rural Policy Plan of the Official Plan; and WHEREAS the rural Councillors have expressed a concern that the cost to develop lands in surrounding rural communities, such as Lanark or Prescott -Russel, is already lower; and WHEREAS the rural area Councillors feel that such a rapid increase in application fees would disadvantage rural economic development in the City of Ottawa; WHEREAS the zoning fees can be isolated from the rest of the fees such that the cost of living, the payment for LMS and the amount required for the FTEs, as detailed in the report, would remain the same; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Council approve an incremental increase in the zoning fee for rural applications, as defined in details PLANNING SERVICES FUNDING REVIEW AND STAFF INCREASE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details PLANNING SERVICES FUNDING REVIEW AND STAFF INCREASE
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - OSGOODE CARE CENTRE
No Yes Motion To: Recommandations du Comité telles que modifiées Que le Conseil approuve : 1. une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant le 1950, rue Scott et les 312 et 314, chemin Clifton afin de permettre l’aménagement d’une tour d’habitation, comme le précise le document 2; 2. la suppression de la recommandation suivante afin que le demandeur puisse signer l’entente prévue par l’article 37 : • que règlement de mise en œuvre ne soit pas soumis à l’examen par le Conseil avant la conclusion de l’entente prévue en vertu de l’article 37 de la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire. 3. qu’en vertu du paragraphe 34(17) de la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire, qu’aucun nouvel avis ne soit donné. Committee Recommendations as amended That Council approve: 1. an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1950 Scott Street, 312 and 314 Clifton Road to permit a high-rise apartment building, as detailed in Document 2; 2. that, in order for the applicant t details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1950 SCOTT STREET, 312 AND 314 CLIFTON ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING PROVISIONS FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS AND AMENDMENT TO CORRECT AN ANOMALY IN THE GM-GENERAL MIXED-USE ZONE CONCERNING HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 412 SPARKS STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details MUNICIPAL PARKING MANAGEMENT STRATEGY REFRESH AND GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details BILTMORE EXTENSION - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: details SOUTH CYRVILLE - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELD GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 101 AND 103 PINHEY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details SPECIAL AREA LEVY FOR KANATA NORTH NUISANCE MOSQUITO PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: details STONEBRIDGE COMMUNITY LEVY VOTE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 151 CHAPEL STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3324 FINDLAY CREEK DRIVE (FORMERLY PART OF 4789 BANK STREET AND AN UNADDRESSED PARCEL IMMEDIATELY TO THE NORTH WEST)
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 333, 343, AND 347 PRESTON STREET AND 17 ABERDEEN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details NEW CONSTRUCTION IN THE CATHEDRAL HILL HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AT 412 SPARKS STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details FAMILLE-LAPORTE AVENUE AND CARDINAL CREEK DRIVE SPEED LIMIT REDUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in 1940, during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands in the Second World War, the Dutch Royal Family was evacuated and offered a safe refuge in Ottawa; and WHEREAS in 1943 Crown Princess Juliana gave birth to her third daughter, Princess Margriet, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, making her the only royal personage ever born in Canada; and WHEREAS the Government of Canada temporarily declared a maternity suite at the Ottawa Civic Hospital to be extraterritorial jurisdiction so the Princess would inherit her Dutch Citizenship from her mother and remain in the line of succession; and WHEREAS in celebration of the Princess’ birth, the Government of Canada flew the Dutch flag over the Parliament’s Peace Tower in Ottawa, the only time in history a foreign flag has been accorded this honour; and WHEREAS the Crown Princess Juliana and her daughters stayed in Ottawa until the Liberation of the Netherlands in 1945, becoming a part of the community; and WHEREAS a deep and l details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the expiry date of the Westboro Interim Control By-law (ICB) is October 10th; and WHEREAS it is appropriate to consider in a timely manner whether the ICB should be extended; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the consideration of the following motion: WHEREAS pursuant to section 38 of the Planning Act, R.S.O.1990, c. P.13, the Council of the Corporation is entitled to extend interim control; AND WHEREAS on October 10th, 2018 Council directed the emplacement of an Interim Control By-law on lands bounded by Golden Avenue to the west, Byron Avenue to the north, Tweedsmuir Avenue to the east and Dovercourt Avenue to the south, and the Planning Department continues to study options to amend the land use regulations and policies associated with infill and intensification in this area; THEREFORE the Council of the City of Ottawa enacts as follows: 1. That a by-law be added to the agenda of the Council meeting of October 9th, 2019 wh details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on March 20, 2019, the City Manager announced the pending retirements of two of the City’s General Managers on the Senior Leadership Team; and WHEREAS on March 27, 2019, City Council received a presentation on the succession planning at the senior management level by the City Manager, which streamlines the City of Ottawa’s organizational structure for the effective and efficient delivery of services that is in keeping with Council’s priority for a proactive succession management program; and WHEREAS the City Manager has also provided an overview of a new organizational alignment on areas within his delegated authority, which included personal matters about identifiable individuals as well as employee and labour relations; WHEREAS Council received the City of Ottawa’s succession planning for the senior management level and new organizational structure as presented by the City Manager at the City Council meeting of March 27, 2019, and approved the change in tit details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Section R.6.3.1 iii) of the City’s Bilingualism Policy requires that bilingualism be considered a prerequisite for any internal promotion to a designated bilingual position within Level 1 to 3 management groups” and that “any exceptions, after having undertaken a comprehensive recruitment effort, shall require Council approval”; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve an exception pursuant to Section R.6.3.1 iii) of the Bilingualism Policy, for Dean Lett, on the understanding that Dean Lett will undertake French language training and progress in this area and that his proficiency will be assessed as part of his ongoing performance reviews. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes No Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be Suspended to consider the following motion, as the 2019 Federal Election will take place prior to the next Council meeting. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2019-09-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPORT TO COUNCIL ON AN INQUIRY RESPECTING THE CONDUCT OF COUNCILLOR DAROUZE
Yes Yes Motion To: details PUBLIC HEALTH MODERNIZATION AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CITY OF OTTAWA AND OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Section 10.07 of By-Law #1 of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation/La société d’aménagement des terrains communautaires d’Ottawa (the “Corporation”), a copy of which is held on file with the City Clerk (“By-Law #1”), provides that a City Council Director designated by the Board shall preside at Meetings of the Members; and WHEREAS it is in the best interest of the Corporation to allow for a City Council Director or a Non-City Council Director to be designated by the Board to preside at Meetings of the Members; and WHEREAS the Board of Directors of the Corporation passed a resolution on May 7, 2019 adopting By-Law #3 which repeals and replaces Section 10.07 of By-Law #1, and this resolution must now be confirmed by its sole voting member (the City of Ottawa); and WHEREAS Section 5.05(a) of By-Law #1, provides that a majority of the Directors who have the right to vote shall constitute quorum of the Board of Directors for the transaction of details OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details INFORMATION PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED (IPD) - REVISED AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF OTTAWA AND THE OTTAWA CHAMPIONS BASEBALL CLUB - 300 COVENTRY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details PHASE III CLEMOW ESTATE PRELIMINARY HERITAGE STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report entitled “RECREATION FACILITY INFRASTRUCTURE STANDARDS” (ACS2019-RCF-GEN-0013) was considered by the Community and Protective Services Committee on September 19, 2019, and recommends approval of new Recreation Facility Infrastructure Standards; and WHEREAS following Committee consideration, staff identified a number of technical modifications that should be made to the draft standards prior to Council approval to allow for greater flexibility and reflect best practices as identified by the internal working group; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve technical amendments to Document 3 (Recreation Facility Infrastructure Standards – (RFIS) – Ice), Document 4 (RFIS Outdoor Facilities) and Document 5 (RFIS Recreation Centers) as listed in the attached Appendix A to this Motion. details RECREATION FACILITY INFRASTRUCTURE STANDARDS
Yes Yes Motion To: details LICENSING AND REGULATION OF PAYDAY LOAN ESTABLISHMENTS (LICENSING BY-LAW 2002-189, AS AMENDED)
Yes Yes Motion To: details UPDATED COMMUNITY FUNDING FRAMEWORK AND NEXT STEPS FOR THE COMMUNITY FUNDING FRAMEWORK REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR IN-HOUSE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION - EXTERNAL AUDIT RESULTS 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details LEAD PIPE REPLACEMENT PROGRAM UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REVIEW REPORT AND OPERATIONAL PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details SOLID WASTE MASTER PLAN COUNCIL SPONSORS GROUP
No Yes Motion To: Que le Conseil approuve ce qui suit : 1. La méthode utilisée et l’échéancier pour les consultations sur le budget de 2020 et son examen, comme l’indique le rapport. 2. Les directives suivantes pour l’élaboration du budget provisoire de 2020. a. Que l’augmentation globale de l’impôt municipal soit fixée à 3 %, ce qui suppose : i. que l’augmentation de la taxe prélevée à l’échelle de la ville, qui sert entre autres à financer la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa (BPO) et Santé publique Ottawa (SPO), ne dépasse pas 2 %, et que le Conseil demande au conseil d’administration de la BPO et au Conseil de santé de préparer leur budget provisoire en fonction de la part de cette augmentation qui leur revient, selon un calcul au prorata; ii. que l’augmentation de la taxe prélevée pour le Service de police d’Ottawa ne dépasse pas 3 %, et que le Conseil demande à la Commission des services policiers d’Ottawa d’élaborer son budget provisoire en details PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET DIRECTIONS, TIMELINE AND CONSULTATION PROCESS
Yes Yes Motion To: details CAPITAL BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED PROCESS FOR THE 2019 - 2022 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at its meeting of September 10, 2019, the Finance and Economic Development Committee approved a motion recommending Council authorize staff to move forward on a number of matters with respect to the Ottawa Stadium and the property located at 300 Coventry Road; and WHEREAS the recommendations should be revised to ensure staff has the flexibility to respond to all potential scenarios with respect to the stadium, including the fact that an agreement of purchase and sale may not yet be finalized, and to respond to community needs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Committee Recommendations be amended to read as follows: That Council approve: 1. That, given the Ottawa Champions are in negotiations to enter into an agreement of purchase in sale, staff be mandated to: a) Meet with the prospective purchasers of the team to review the financial viability of their proposal to continue baseball at the Ottawa Stadium and to ensure protection of Ottawa taxpayers, including: i. T details MOTION - OTTAWA STADIUM - AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - RIDEAU CORRIDOR LANDSCAPE STRATEGY STEERING COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250, as amended, to permit payday loan establishments, subject to zoning restrictions including required minimum separation distances between them, and between them and other uses, as detailed in Document 1. details CITY-WIDE MINOR ZONING STUDY AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PAYDAY LOAN ESTABLISHMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNING NEIGHBOURHOOD COLLECTOR STREETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details SITE PLAN CONTROL BY-LAW - TECHNICAL AMENDMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details BRITANNIA VILLAGE OTTAWA RIVER FLOOD PROTECTION: AMENDMENT TO THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE RIDEAU VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA - ANNUAL REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details REAFFIRMATION OF SCHOOLYARD TREE PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Q2 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 30TH, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATE 14,878 SQUARE FEET AT 141 LAURIER AVENUE WEST AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATE 8,718 SQUARE FEET AT 580 TERRY FOX DRIVE AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3861 AND 3865 OLD RICHMOND ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE SUBURBAN PANEL OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the historic Second World War battle of Normandy and D-Day; and WHEREAS on June 6, 1944, as part of the long-awaited Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings, 156,000 Allied troops landed or parachuted onto the Normandy coast; and WHEREAS of the 156,000 Allied troops, 14,000 were Canadian from the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division, 2nd Armoured Brigade, 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, and supporting units from the Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers, Royal Canadian Corps of Signals, Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps, Royal Canadian Army Services Corps, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps; and WHEREAS Canadian troops were tasked with establishing a bridgehead on the beach codenamed “Juno”; and WHEREAS the Canadian landings on the Juno Beach Sector of the Normandy coast were one of the most successful operations carried out on D-day; and WHEREAS on D-Day alone 359 Canadian soldiers died on or near Juno Beach and 5 details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: ATTENDU QUE Vanier représente un bastion francophone à Ottawa ATTENDU QUE le français est historiquement l’une des langues officielles du pays. ATTENDU QUE les francophones composent un grand pourcentage de la population de Vanier ATTENDU QUE le 25 septembre est maintenant le Jour des Franco-Ontariens et des Franco-Ontariennes ATTENDU QUE nous sommes conscients qu’il existe déjà un centre francophone de Vanier au 270, rue Marier et un édifice désigné Place de la francophonie au 450 chemin Rideau. ATTENDU QUE L’association communautaire de Vanier et le Centre des Services communautaires ou est situé la terrasse appuient cette initiative. ATTENDU QUE nous sommes en pleine revitalisation du chemin Montréal et que la Place Dupuis représente une belle opportunité pour de la programmation. IL EST RÉSOLU QUE le conseil désigne la terrasse du 290 de la rue Dupuis « Carre´ de la francophonie de Vanier » details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the McKenney/ Leiper Motion be amended to add the following: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that, in accordance with Subsection 81(b) of the Procedure By-law, the Mayor as Chair of FEDC retain the authority to vary the location of individual FEDC meetings should there be a light legislative agenda where there are no significant city-wide issues. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-09-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 5 - 29 August 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 10 SEPTEMBER 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Recreation Facility Infrastructure Standards, as described in this report and attached as Document 1; and 2. Delegate authority to the General Manager, Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Department to approve minor amendments to the Standards, as required. details RECREATION FACILITIES INFRASTRUCTURE STANDARDS
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve: 1. An amendment to the City’s Licensing By-law (By-law 2002-189, as amended) to establish regulations for the licensing and regulating of payday loan establishments by the addition of a new schedule No. 34, as well as minor administrative amendments relating to necessary definitions, administrative provisions, licensing and related fees, and expiry date, all in the general form as set out in Document 1 and as described in this report; and 2. That the payday loan establishment licensing regulations set out in Recommendation 1 be conditional upon the coming into full force of related proposed zoning and land use amendments for payday loan establishments, as proposed in Report ACS2019-PIE-EDP-0035. details LICENSING AND REGULATION OF PAYDAY LOAN ESTABLISHMENTS (LICENSING BY-LAW 2002-189, AS AMENDED)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council approve the updated Community Funding Framework vision, mission, mandate, funding priorities and funding streams as outlined in this report. details UPDATED COMMUNITY FUNDING FRAMEWORK AND NEXT STEPS FOR THE COMMUNITY FUNDING FRAMEWORK REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details LONG-TERM CARE 2019 UPDATE ON CONSOLIDATED WORK PLAN
Transit Commission
2019-09-18
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 5, of the Transit Commission meeting of Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 5, of the Transit Commission meeting of Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun prenne connaissance du présent rapport. That the Transit Commission receive this report for information. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION MOTIONS AND INQUIRIES FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 9 SEPTEMBER 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la clôture des projets d’immobilisation énumérés dans le document 1; 2. d’approuver les ajustements budgétaires décrits dans le document 2; 3. de permettre que les projets mentionnés dans le document 3 qui se qualifient pour une clôture restent ouverts; et 4. d’approuver le remboursement des soldes de financement ou (financement requis) suivants et l’élimination du pouvoir d’endettement, en raison de la clôture des projets et des ajustements budgétaires : a. Fonds de réserve financés: 349 652 $; b. Pouvoir d’endettement : 141 025 $. That the Transit Commission recommends Council: 1. Authorize the closing of capital projects listed in Document 1; 2. Approve the budget adjustments as detailed in Document 2; 3. Permit those projects in Document 3 that qualify for closure, to remain open; and 4. Approve the return to source (or funding required) for the following funding ba details CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun reçoive le présent rapport à titre d'information. That the Transit Commission receive this report for information. details 2019 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 - TRANSIT COMMISSION STATUS REPORT
EPWWM
2019-09-17
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 3, of the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management (SCEPWWM) regular meeting of Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 6 SEPTEMBER 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details REAFFIRMATION OF SCHOOLYARD TREE PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR IN-HOUSE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION - EXTERNAL AUDIT RESULTS 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details LEAD PIPE REPLACEMENT PROGRAM UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REVIEW REPORT AND OPERATIONAL PLAN
City Council
2019-09-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 6, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED 1. That Council approve the 2019-2022 By-law Review Work Plan set out in Document 1 and as further outlined in this report, as amended by the following: a) that the repeal of the ByWard Market By-law (2008-449, as amended) and the Parkdale Market By-law (2008-448, as amended) be added to the 2019-2022 By-law Review Work Plan as an item for the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development department in Q4 2020, in consultation with Legal Services, and representatives from Ottawa Markets (MSC). 2. That Council approve the following: a) that the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law (2016-272, as amended) be amended as follows: i. Amend Subsection 83(1) to reduce the number of taxicab inspections from two (2) per year to one (1) per year for taxicabs that are older than five (5) model years, so that all classes of taxicabs only require one (1) taxicab inspection per year (subject to the Chief License Inspector requiring additional inspections for pa details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details CANADA-ONTARIO COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE (2019-2022) AND PROPOSED AMENDMENTS BY THE PROVINCE TO THE HOUSING SERVICES ACT, 2011
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil : 1. approuve le Plan de système de services de garde d’enfants et de la petite enfance 2019-2023 (document 1) qui présente 10 priorités stratégiques relatives à la planification, à la gestion et à la prestation des programmes et services agréés de garde d’enfants et de la petite enfance, ainsi que les énoncés de politique du financement (document 2); 2. délègue au gestionnaire des Services à l’enfance le pouvoir de gérer et d’administrer le budget conformément au présent rapport et d’allouer les fonds selon les énoncés de politique du financement (voir document 2), pourvu que ces allocations respectent les lignes directrices provinciales, les priorités stratégiques énoncées dans le Plan de système de services de garde d’enfants et de la petite enfance 2019-2023, et les budgets approuvés. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Approve the Child Care and Early Years Service System Plan 2019 – details CHILD CARE AND EARLY YEARS SERVICE SYSTEM PLAN 2019-2023 AND PROVINCIAL BUDGET UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details UPDATE TO NEPEAN SOUTH URBAN CENTRE (AREA S-3) STORMWATER MANAGEMENT DRAINAGE SYSTEM LOCATION MAP
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0069, Zoning By-law Amendment – 1950 Scott Street, 312 and 314 Clifton Road was considered by Planning Committee on August 22, 2019 and recommended for approval by Council on September 11, 2019; and WHEREAS Members of the public on the notification list may not have received the notice; and WHEREAS given the concern regarding notification, Planning Services recommends that the item be referred back to Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0069, Zoning By-law Amendment – 1950 Scott Street, 312 and 314 Clifton Road be referred back to Planning Committee and placed on the September 26, 2019 agenda. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1950 SCOTT STREET, 312 AND 314 CLIFTON ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 352 AQUAVIEW DRIVE AND 2165/2175 TENTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 975 WOODROFFE AVENUE AND 2194 BENJAMIN AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details NEW OFFICIAL PLAN - HIGH LEVEL POLICY DIRECTIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details BILL 108 UPDATE - CITY OF OTTAWA COMMENTS ON THE PROPOSED CONTENT OF BILL 108 REGULATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details JOCKVALE ROAD MULTI-USE PATHWAY RAIL GRADE-SEPARATION ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (EA) STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - CROSSING GUARDS
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve la proposition visant à ce que le futur parc qui sera situé dans le projet d’aménagement Cardel, près de l’intersection du chemin Shea et du croissant Kirkham, le « parc Harold-Brown ». COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the proposal to name the future park located in the Cardel Development near the corner of Shea Rd. and Kirkham Cres. the “Harold Brown Park”. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - HAROLD BROWN PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the proposal to name the Seniors Room in the Hunt Club Riverside Park Community Centre the “Kathy Ablett Room.” details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - KATHY ABLETT ROOM
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the proposal to name the Featherston Park, located at 2330 Virginia, “Rabbi Bulka Kindness Park” details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - RABBI BULKA KINDNESS PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ANOMALY - 2953 NIXON DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PARTS OF 6335 AND 6350 PERTH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6981 FOURTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 5758 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1192 KILMAURS SIDE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 2518 DEVINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - VILLAGE OF RICHMOND WESTERN DEVELOPMENT LANDS LANDOWNERS COST-SHARING AGREEMENT BEING 6335, 6350, 6363 PERTH STREET AND 6305, 6420, 6431 OTTAWA STREET AND ASSOCIATED UNADDRESSED PARCELS
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER 124 BOTELER STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - ALFRED MCCOY PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - MARK YAKABUSKI PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - LES LYE STUDIO THEATRE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3285 BORRISOKANE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN AMENDMENT - 3900 CAMBRIAN ROAD, 3454, 3508 GREENBANK ROAD AND 3345 BORRISOKANE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details RENEWED MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF OTTAWA AND THE RIDEAU VALLEY, THE SOUTH NATION RIVER AND THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 800 EAGLESON ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2128 TRIM ROAD AND PART OF 705 AQUAVIEW DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 471 TERRY FOX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 564 AND PART OF 628 INDUSTRIAL AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details TREASURER'S REPORT ON GROWTH RELATED REVENUES
Yes Yes Motion To: details LINDENLEA VILLAGE CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE SIGNS
Yes Yes Motion To: details GLEBE AND OLD OTTAWA SOUTH - RESIDENTIAL AREA SPEED REDUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY 10, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Kanata North Technology Park is Canada’s largest tech park is home to over 500 companies and 24 000 employees; and WHEREAS the Kanata North Business Association would like to have unique/ stylized street name blades erected within the Kanata North Technology Park, at their expense; and WHEREAS Council approval would be required to permit these distinctive street name blades, as they do not fall within the criteria of the City’s Tourism and Public Service Signs policy, which provides for such unique street signage only in designated historical or cultural areas; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve an exemption to the City’s Tourism and Public Service Signs Policy to permit the installation of unique/stylized street name blades on any street within the Kanata North Tech Park; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the installation and maintenance of these signs, and any additional signs erected in this area will be paid for by the Kanata North Business ass details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS an IPD titled Revised Agreement between the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Champions Baseball Club- 300 Coventry Road, was listed on the Finance and Economic Development Committee Agenda on July 10, 2019; and WHEREAS in 2013, the City initiated a competitive process for the lease of the Ottawa Stadium for long-term baseball use as directed by Council; and WHEREAS there is reason to believe that the revised lease agreement does not meet the terms and conditions that Council approved in 2013; and WHEREAS Council only delegated the authority to staff to execute the lease agreement based on the terms and conditions outlined in the 2013 report; THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the IPD titled Revised Agreement between the City of Ottawa Champions Baseball Club- 300 Coventry Road, be added to the next regularly scheduled Council meeting. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the waiver of fees in respect of planning applications and building permit applications was approved to August 28, 2019; and WHEREAS it is appropriate to consider in a timely manner whether the waiver should be extended to permit the completion of the report directed by Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the consideration of the following motion: WHEREAS at its meeting of May 8, 2019 this Council resolved that staff be directed to review the areas affected by the flooding and bring a report to the next City Council, then scheduled for August 28, 2019, that proposes amendments to the Zoning By-law or zoning process to permit reconstruction of existing buildings and structures affected by flooding, in accordance with flood-proofing standards and permits issued by the Conservation Authorities, without the need for minor variances; and WHEREAS the next meeting of City Council was rescheduled to today’s date, being Septe details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion due to the time sensitive nature of the procurement process for waste collection services; specifically, the potential for increased costs associated with the acquisition of equipment under a condensed timeframe, which would ultimately be borne by the City. WHEREAS City Council on April 24, 2019, as part of the Solid Waste Residential Collections Contract Renewal report (ACS2019-PWE-GEN-0001), delegated authority to the General Manager of the Public Works and Environmental Services Department to negotiate, finalize and execute a short-term, three-year curbside collection contract with each of the existing curbside collection service providers, including the In-house Collections Group, in accordance with Section 22(1)(d) of the Procurement By-law; and WHEREAS staff was able to negotiate short-term, three-year waste collection contracts with two of the existing service providers for Zones 2, 3, 4, and 5, details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Mississippi-Rideau Conservation Authority provided Notice of a proposed Amendment to the Mississippi-Rideau Source Protection Plan under Section 34 of the Clean Water Act on July 18th, 2019; and WHEREAS the original Notice required a Council endorsement of the proposed amendment by August 31st, 2019 and WHEREAS the August 28th, 2019 Council meeting was cancelled, and the Mississippi-Rideau Conservation Authority granted an extension until September 13th, 2019 for a Council resolution; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the consideration of the following motion: WHEREAS the Mississippi and Rideau Source Protection Authorities (SPAs) are proposing an amendment to the Mississippi-Rideau Source Protection Plan under Section 34 of the Clean Water Act; and WHEREAS any proposed change to the Mississippi-Rideau Source Protection Plan or Assessment Report(s) is required to undergo a Section 34 Amendment under the Clean Water Act; a details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, as the next Council meeting is September 25, 2019 and the “9 Run Run” first responders run is scheduled for early October and requires confirmation of logo use for apparel, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Ottawa First Responders Foundation is a not for profit organization that provides support to Ottawa First Responders and their families, through Peer to Peer Support, Education and resources that make a positive impact on our First Responders Community; and WHEREAS the Ottawa First Responders Foundation will hosting the 10th annual “9 Run Run” emergency services’ run in Stittsville on October 19th, 2019 and wishes to use the City of Ottawa’s Fire and Paramedic Services logos which are registered official marks of the City of Ottawa and, also wish to have Ottawa First Responders in Fire and Paramedic Services participate at the scheduled events; and WHEREAS the City recognizes the Ottawa First Responders Fou details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended due to the urgent need for disaster relief, to consider the following motion: Whereas, on September 1, 2019, Hurricane Dorian, a category 5 hurricane, landed on Grand Bahama and Abaco Islands of the Bahamas before continuing its path up the East Coast of the United States and Atlantic Canada; and Whereas, there is widespread devastation, including 70,000 homeless and 43 known dead, which is expected to climb significantly; and Whereas, on September 13, 2017, City Council unanimously approved a motion to support survivors of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma; and WHEREAS on October 12, 2016, City Council unanimously approved a motion to support survivors of Hurricane Matthew; and WHEREAS, the Bahamian High Commission in Ottawa is encouraging people to donate money to various charitable organizations that serve those impacted by severe disasters; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Ottawa City Council extend its deepest sympathies to those impacted details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be suspended due to timelines, in order to ensure the necessary authority is in place to allow staff sufficient time to coordinate the Commemorative Naming event, to consider the following Motion: WHEREAS residents of the City of Ottawa have relied on J.J. Clarke since 1985 for his iconic contributions to CTV Ottawa and keeping the Ottawa region up to date with the current weather forecasts; and WHEREAS he is very active in the community, assisting charitable organizations and has served as a CTV Ottawa goodwill ambassador for many years; and WHEREAS J.J. Clarke has been a prominent fixture on the CHEO and Heart Institute telethons for over 20 years, helping CHEO to raise almost $10M this year; and WHEREAS he continues to serve the Ottawa community as a member of the campaign cabinet of the Royal Ottawa Hospital and also as the Honourary Chairman of the Foundation Board of the Children’s Treatment Centre; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion due to timelines in order to allow the plaque to be installed this fall. WHEREAS 2018 commemorates the 100th Anniversary of Poland regaining independence in 1918; and WHEREAS on the Polish community in Ottawa marked this anniversary on November 11, 2018; and WHEREAS in order to leave a permanent memorial of the event, the Board of Directors of the Canadian Polish Congress – Ottawa District unanimously approved the planting of a tree and the placement of a commemorative plaque in Centrepointe Park; and WHEREAS the cost of the Commemorative Tree, planted in the spring of 2019, and accompanying plaque will be paid for by the Canadian Polish Congress – Ottawa District; and WHEREAS the Canadian Polish Congress – Ottawa District is planning an event in Centrepointe Park on September 21, 2019 to officially mark this commemoration; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve the in details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Delegate the authority to the General Manager of the Public Works and Environmental Services Department to negotiate, finalize and execute a short-term, three-year curbside collection contract with each of the existing curbside collection service providers, including the In-house Collections Group, in accordance with section 22(1)(d) of the Procurement By-law, and as described in this report; and 2. Subject to the successful negotiations and execution of a contract with the City’s In-House Collections Group, approve an increase of $1.5M to the 2019 Solid Waste Fleet – Growth capital budget, for total authority of $1.95M, funded from the Solid Waste Capital Reserve Fund, for the purchase of five vehicles for growth, and an increase of $4.0M to the 2019 Lifecycle Renewal Fleet capital budget, for total authority of $36.615M, funded from the Fleet Vehicle Replacement Reserve Fund, for the purchase of 14 replacement vehicles, as des details ACS2019-PWE-GEN-0001
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-09-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 5 - Thursday, 8 August 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de construction d’une maison de retraite au 412, rue Sparks, un bien-fonds situé dans le district de conservation du patrimoine de Cathedral Hill, conformément aux plans soumis par Hobin Architecture, reçus le 15 juillet 2019 et ci-joints en tant que documents 7 et 8; 2. de déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des changements mineurs de conception; 3. d’approuver la délivrance du permis en matière de patrimoine, d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance, sauf si le permis est prolongé par le Conseil municipal. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 15 octobre 2019.) (Nota : L’approbation de la demande de details NEW CONSTRUCTION IN THE CATHEDRAL HILL HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AT 412 SPARKS STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil : 1. De prendre connaissance de la Phase III de l’Étude préliminaire sur le patrimoine du domaine Clemow, ci-jointe en tant que document 12, à titre d’information; 2. D’approuver la publication d’un avis d’intention de désigner le complexe Ambassador Court Apartment, situé au 612, rue Bank, en vertu de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, conformément à la Déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel, ci-jointe en tant que document 6; 3. D’approuver la publication d’un avis d’intention de désigner le parc Central, situé au 630, rue Bank et au 19, avenue Clemow, en vertu de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, conformément à la Déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel, ci-jointe en tant que document 10; 4. De demander au personnel d’inclure une étude préliminaire sur le district de conservation du patrimoine visant details PHASE III CLEMOW ESTATE PRELIMINARY HERITAGE STUDY
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-08-29
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the staff report and Document 3 recommend the review of a number of potential minor amendments to the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law (2016-272, as amended) as part of the Minor Amendment Report process scheduled for Q1 2021; and WHEREAS there is a desire that some minor amendments to the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law be implemented immediately; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law (2016-272, as amended) be amended as follows: 1. Amend Subsection 83(1) to reduce the number of taxicab inspections from two (2) per year to one (1) per year for taxicabs that are older than five (5) model years, so that all classes of taxicabs only require one (1) taxicab inspection per year (subject to the Chief License Inspector requiring additional inspections for particular vehicles for public health and safety or consumer protection purposes, in accordance with the by-law); 2. Amend Section 54 to allow the prescribed taxicab identification number located on the side of the tax details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that pursuant to subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, this motion be added to the agenda be added to the agenda for today’s meeting, to be considered in conjunction with the 2019-2022 By-law Review Workplan report. details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: Whereas in 2016 City Council approved flexible pricing for taxicab service that does not exceed the prescribed maximum fare set out in the by-law, to be used under certain conditions when an app is used by a taxi broker to connect passengers to taxicab service; and, Whereas alternative technologies to the traditional taximeter may be available to the taxi industry to implement flexible pricing, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law (2016-272, as amended) be amended to authorize the Chief License Inspector to: 1. Approve the use of alternative technologies for taximeters to allow the implementation of flexible pricing for taxicab service when an app is used, in accordance with Section 90 of the by-law, provided that the alternative technology in question: a. ensures an accurate reading of the trip and fare to be charged to the customer; b. is secure and tamper-proof; and c. meets any other necessary conditions prescribed by the Chief License Inspector fo details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law currently regulates the provision of on-demand accessible taxicab service, including that such accessible taxicab service be available 10 hours a day, 5 days a week, and, WHEREAS complaints and concerns have been expressed about accessible taxicab services, including the quality and availability of accessible taxicab services and the cost to accessible taxi plate holders of providing accessible taxicab service, and WHEREAS a targeted study of these complaints and concerns is deemed necessary, and this study goes beyond a review of the current regulations and by-law, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services 1. Review the feasibility of conducting a study of the complaints and concerns expressed regarding the quality, availability, and costs on-demand accessible taxicab services, including their causes, and recommending any potential solutions for improvements; and 2. In advance of the 2020 Budge details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Vehicle-For-Hire By-law enacted by Council in 2016 prescribes a licensing regime with accompanying regulations and standards for taxicabs, private transportation companies (PTCs), and limousines; and WHEREAS the current model creates regulatory inequities among the various vehicle-for-hire providers, which may result in a less regulated monopolistic market that will not benefit residents; WHEREAS the current regulations regarding taxi plate issuance and taxi brokers create a structure that is monopolistic and disfavours individual taxi plate holders and taxi drivers; and, WHEREAS the working conditions of taxicab drivers and PTC drivers should also be taken into consideration in the regulatory model; and, WHEREAS complaints have been received from the taxi industry regarding the challenges and high costs of delivering taxicab services generally, and accessible taxicab services in particular; and WHEREAS the accessible community is also dissatisfied with quality a details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Ottawa Markets (MSC) is an organization that was created in January 2018, with the Council approval of the Revitalization of the Byward and Parkdale Markets – New Management Model and Governance Structure report (ACS2017-PIE-ED-0006); WHEREAS the Planning, infrastructure and Economic Development (PIED) 2019 Work Plan report (ACS2019-PIE-GEN-0002) includes “Ottawa Markets By-law repeal”; and WHEREAS Ottawa Markets (MSC) is expected to ask City Council to repeal the ByWard Market By-law (2008-449, as amended) and the Parkdale Market By-law (2008-448, as amended) in 2020 to replace it with policies and procedures to be submitted by Ottawa Markets (MSC); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the above-noted by-law repeal be added to the 2019-2022 By-law Review Work Plan as an item for the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development department in Q4 2020, in consultation with Legal Services, and representatives from Ottawa Markets (MSC). details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve the 2019-2022 By-law Review Work Plan set out in Document 1 and as further outlined in this report. details 2019-2022 BY-LAW REVIEW WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council approve: 1. That the Director, Housing Services be delegated the authority to approve, and submit to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, on a quarterly basis, the City’s Canada-Ontario Community Housing Initiative Investment Plan (COCHI) based on the details of the program and the spending plan outlined in this report . 2. That the Director, Housing Services, be delegated authority to reallocate funding from one Canada-Ontario Community Housing Initiative stream and component to another within the same program year if the original planned commitment for funding as outlined within the approved Plan cannot be met, and to obtain Ministry approval for such reallocation where required, in keeping with the process outlined within the report. 3. That in the event additional funding becomes available under the Canada-Ontario Community Housing Initiative due to any reallocation by the Ministry, the Direct details CANADA-ONTARIO COMMUNITY HOUSING INITIATIVE (2019-2022) AND PROPOSED AMENDMENTS BY THE PROVINCE TO THE HOUSING SERVICES ACT, 2011
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Child Care and Early Years Service System Plan 2019 – 2023 (Document 1) that establishes ten strategic priorities for the planning, management, and delivery of licensed child care and early years programs and services and the Funding Policy Statements (Document 2). 2. Delegate authority to the Manager, Children’s Services, to manage and administer the budget as detailed in this report and allocate all funding according to the Funding Policy Statements in Document 2 provided such allocations are in accordance with provincial guidelines, the strategic priorities in the Child Care and Early Years Service System Plan 2019-2023, and are within approved budgets. details CHILD CARE AND EARLY YEARS SERVICE SYSTEM PLAN 2019-2023 AND PROVINCIAL BUDGET UPDATE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-08-08
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande ce qui suit au Conseil : 1. Approuver la demande de modification du bâtiment situé au 124, rue Boteler, conformément aux plans soumis par Atrium Design, reçus le 18 juin 2019 et mis à jour le 17 juillet 2019 (documents 4 et 5 ci-joints), sous réserve des conditions suivantes : a. que la plus grande partie possible des matériaux de construction historique soit conservée, notamment le revêtement extérieur dans la mesure du raisonnable, en consultation avec l’ingénieur du requérant et le personnel de la Ville responsable du patrimoine b. que le requérant fournisse des échantillons des fenêtres et des portes, des garde-fous et du revêtement extérieur, aux fins d’approbation par le personnel chargé du patrimoine, avant la délivrance d’un permis de construire; 2. Approuver la demande de construction d’une nouvelle annexe arrière de deux étages et demi, conformément aux plans soumis par Atrium Design, details APPLICATION TO ALTER AND FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION 124 BOTELER STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2019-07-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the following by-law be read and passed: To confirm the proceedings of the Council meeting of July 11, 2019. details Councillors S. Menard and G. Darouze
City Council
2019-07-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the Deputy City Treasurer, Corporate Finance, entitled “City Debenture Issuance”; the report from the Selection Panel, Planning Advisory Committee, entitled “Planning Advisory Committee – Appointment”; Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 5; Audit Committee Report 4; Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Report 4; Planning Committee Report 10; and the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to the Planning Act ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of June 26, 2019”; be received and considered. That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to receive and consider Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 6, including any recommendations rising from the Committee’s meeting of July 10, 2019; and That that the petition listed on the Agenda, with respect to Brantwood Park, be received details Councillors S. Menard and G. Darouze
Yes Yes Motion To: details PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE - APPOINTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CITY DEBENTURE ISSUANCE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3194 DONNELLY DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - INVESTIGATION OF OC TRANSPO CLOTHING ALLOWANCE
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - INVESTIGATION OF CASH THEFT INCIDENT - MERIDIAN THEATRES AT CENTREPOINTE
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORT ON THE FRAUD AND WASTE HOTLINE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SOLID WASTE MASTER PLAN ROADMAP
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMENTS ON THE REDUCING LITTER AND WASTE IN OUR COMMUNITIES DISCUSSION PAPER
Yes Yes Motion To: details INSTITUTIONS DESIGNATED AS ELIGIBLE FOR A 2019 ANNUAL LEVY PURSUANT TO SECTION 323 (1), (2), (3) AND (5) OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CHARITABLE BINGO AND GAMING REVITALIZATION INITIATIVE
No Yes Motion To: Committee Recommendations That Council approve: a. an Official Plan Amendment to the Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan Policy sections: i. 10.3.4.4.f, as detailed in Document 2 to permit a range of buildings between three and nine storeys in the Mixed-Use Medium-rise designation within Greystone Village. ii. 10.2.1.4 to remove reference to nine storeys, as detailed in Document 2. b. an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 10 Oblats Avenue to permit a nine-storey building, as detailed in Documents 3 and 4. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 10 OBLATS AVENUE AND SITES DESIGNATED MIXED USE MEDIUM-RISE IN THE OLD OTTAWA EAST SECONDARY PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 258 CARRUTHERS AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report ASC2019-PIE-EDP-0040, Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment - 16 and 20 Hamilton Avenue North, proposes to allow two additional stories, a height of 27.5 metres, and a reduced communal amenity area; and WHEREAS Document 2 contains the details of the recommend Official Plan Amendment; and WHEREAS Part A – The Preamble details a setback at the seventh and eight storey of 9m and a mirrored width of 36m; and WHEREAS the most recent renderings of the development have a setback at the seventh and eight storey of 8 m and mirrored width of 34.3 m; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2 – Details of Recommended Official Plan Amendment be revised by replacing the text, “The seventh and eighth storey will be setback 9.0 metres from the front property line, which, if mirrored to the other side of the street, would represent a width of 36.3 metres” with the text, “The seventh and eighth storey will be setback 8.0 metres from the front property details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 16 AND 20 HAMILTON AVENUE NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 716 AND 770 BROOKFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1117 LONGFIELDS DRIVE, 1034 MCGARRY TERRACE
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRONT-ENDING REPORT - MARCH ROAD SANITARY SEWER AND WATERMAIN, KANATA NORTH URBAN EXPANSION AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRONT-ENDING REPORTS - CAMBRIAN ROAD AND APOLUNE WAY/DELPHINUS AVENUE; BANK STREET AND DUN SKIPPER DRIVE; LEITRIM ROAD AND KELLY FARM DRIVE; ROBERT GRANT AVENUE AND FERNBANK ROAD; DIDSBURY DRIVE AND CAMPEAU DRIVE; SPRATT ROAD AND BORBRIDGE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details REMOVAL OF PROPERTIES FROM THE HERITAGE REGISTER 2016-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 4528 WOODKILTON ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1365 GALETTA SIDE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 500 OLD ST. PATRICK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details LAND USE CONSTRAINTS AMENDMENT AND LEITRIM ROAD REALIGNMENT; ELEVATION OF ANNEX 10 WITHIN THE OFFICIAL PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details DEMOLITION CONTROL - 379 WILMONT AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JUNE 26, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the Deputy City Treasurer, Corporate Finance, entitled “City Debenture Issuance”; the report from the Selection Panel, Planning Advisory Committee, entitled “Planning Advisory Committee – Appointment”; Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 5; Audit Committee Report 4; Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 6; Planning Committee Report 10; and the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to the Planning Act ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of June 26, 2019”; be received and adopted as amended. details Councillors S. Menard and G. Darouze
Yes Yes Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Three Readings, be read and passed. details Councillors S. Menard and G. Darouze
Yes Yes Motion To: That the following by-law be read and passed: To confirm the proceedings of the Council meeting of July 10, 2019 details Councillors S. Menard and G. Darouze
Yes Yes Motion To: That the proceedings of the City Council meeting of July 10, 2019 be adjourned. details Councillors S. Menard and G. Darouze
City Council
2019-06-26
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, at its meeting of March 6, 2019, as part of its consideration of the 2019 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, City Council adopted the following: “That any surplus in the Hydro Ottawa dividend received in the 2018-2022 Term of Council, that is the amount the exceeds the projected amount in the long range financial plan, be directed toward energy efficiency, conservation or renewable energy programs within Ottawa, with specific projects to be recommended by staff and approved by the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management and Council once the specific dollar amount, if any, is known”; and WHEREAS, subsequent to the adoption of the draft 2019 budgets, unforeseen events occurred that affect the assumptions upon which the 2019 Draft budget was based, including as follows: • the 2019 spring flood which required the City to be in a state of emergency from April 25, 2019 to June 12, 2019; and, • a tornado in Orléans that required details HYDRO OTTAWA HOLDING INC. - 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes No Motion To: That the Blais/Kavanagh motion be referred back to the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management details HYDRO OTTAWA HOLDING INC. - 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA ANNUAL ACTION REPORT 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details BY-LAW AND REGULATORY SERVICES - SERVICE REVIEW AND 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA PARAMEDIC SERVICE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details HARMONIZATION OF SMOKE-FREE BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council gift the Royal Swans to Parc Safari Incorporated to ensure proper care of the aging flock. details ROYAL SWAN PROGRAM UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPEALING SECTIONS OF THE PROPERTY MAINTENANCE BY-LAW (2005-208) AND PROPERTY STANDARDS BY-LAW (2013-416) RELATED TO THE SANDY HILL WASTE MATTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: details EASTERN SUBWATERSHEDS STORMWATER MANAGEMENT RETROFIT STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 - 2022 CITY OF OTTAWA ENERGY CONSERVATION AND DEMAND MANAGEMENT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BOTTLES AT CITY FACILITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCIL CLIMATE CHANGE SPONSORS GROUP
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS an application for an addition and alterations to the property at 114 Richmond Road, known as the Sisters of the Visitation and designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, was considered by the Built Heritage Sub-Committee on August 2, 2018, by Planning Committee on August 28, 2018 and approved by Council on August 29, 2018; and WHEREAS the report ASC2019-PIE-EDP-0059, Zoning By-law Amendment – 114 Richmond Road, proposes an amendment to harmonize the zoning schedules to reflect the above noted approval under the Ontario Heritage Act; and WHEREAS the protection, conservation and restoration of the Monastery needs to be ensured; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following additional recommendation be added to the report: When the zoning report is submitted to Planning Committee for the southern portion of the property, the proposed zoning shall include a holding provision to prohibit development on such lands until an occupancy permit is issued for the Mon details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 114 RICHMOND ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS an application for an addition and alterations to the property at 114 Richmond Road, known as the Sisters of the Visitation and designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, was considered by the Built Heritage Sub-Committee on August 2, 2018, by Planning Committee on August 28, 2018 and approved by Council on August 29, 2018; and WHEREAS the report ASC2019-PIE-EDP-0059, Zoning By-law Amendment – 114 Richmond Road, proposes an amendment to harmonize the zoning schedules to reflect the above noted approval under the Ontario Heritage Act; and WHEREAS the protection, conservation and restoration of the Monastery needs to be ensured; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following additional recommendation be added to the report: When the zoning report is submitted to Planning Committee for the southern portion of the property, the proposed zoning shall include a holding provision to prohibit development on such lands until an occupancy permit is issued for the Mon details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 114 RICHMOND ROAD
No Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 211 LORETTA AVENUE SOUTH
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report “Zoning By-law Amendment – 450 Huntmar Drive” (ACS2019-PIE-PS-0055) recommends approving a zoning by-law amendment for part of 450 Huntmar Drive to permit the development of a residential subdivision; and WHEREAS there was a clerical error in Document 4 - Location Map; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the location map contained in Document 4 of the report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0055 be replaced with the attached revised location map; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 450 HUNTMAR DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ONTARIO PRIORITIES HOUSING INITIATIVE (2019-2022) AND CITY CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING (2019)
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE PROPERTY AT 467 BESSERER STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE DALY AVENUE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF 1820 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the list of properties recommended for deferral by the Built Heritage Sub-Committee be amended by adding 61 Forest Hill Avenue, and that this property be deleted from Document 1 (List of properties recommended for addition to the Heritage Register). details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA MUSIC STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 384 FRANK STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 384 FRANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4829 ABBOTT STREET EAST
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 811 GLADSTONE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JUNE 12, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Hellenic Community of Ottawa conducts many activities and programs to promote and support Ottawa’s Greek community, including the well-attended Ottawa Greek Fest every August, and is an important part of the city’s cultural mosaic; and WHEREAS City Council on June 3, 2016 approved an exemption to the City’s Tourism and Public Service Signs Policy to permit the installation of “Reflections of Greece/ Reflets de la Grèce” commemorative blades along Prince of Wales Drive between Dynes Road and Forest Hill Avenue, as a pilot project for the month of August for 2016, 2017 and 2018, with installation, maintenance, and removal funded by the Hellenic Community of Ottawa; and WHEREAS the three-year pilot has been successful and the Hellenic Community of Ottawa has requested that these signs become a permanent installation, and be expanded to additional locations along Prince of Wales Drive from Baseline Road to Hog’s Back Road; and WHEREAS the Hellenic Commun details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS St. Elias Lebanese Antiochan Orthodox Parish on Ridgewood Avenue would like to install up to three commemorative blades on Ridgewood Avenue in honour of renowned Lebanese poet Gibran Khalil Gibran (1883-1931); and WHEREAS the parish recently dedicated a statue to Gibran Khalil Gibran on their property, and a number of other jurisdictions in North America have dedicated streets or other public places in his honour; and WHEREAS Ridgewood Avenue would not be re-named, but rather commemorative blades designed and installed for installation on the street sign posts between Riverside Drive and Springland Drive, similar in appearance to those installed in other areas of the City including, but not limited, to Little Italy and Chinatown; and WHEREAS, given the street is not being re-named, this initiative does not fall within the parameters of the Commemorative Naming Program; and WHEREAS these commemorative blades to do not fall within the criteria of the City’s Tourism a details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS The recent Ontario budget has cut funding to Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) by $133 million, retroactive to April 1, 2019; and WHEREAS the budget cut to the LAO budget will have a direct negative impact on the budget of Community Legal Services of Ottawa and on the services, they provide to our most vulnerable residents including low-income families, people with disabilities, newcomers to Ottawa, our elderly residents, and the homeless and result in a further burdening on the City of Ottawa Social Services and Housing Sector; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa continues to value its partnerships with community stakeholders (including our local community legal clinics) and wants to ensure that we all continue to work and collaborate with each other to ensure the proposed legal aid budget cuts will not impact the community legal clinic’s ability to represent and protect the legal needs of our residents; and WHEREAS the Community Legal Services of Ottawa is committed to upholdin details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is committed to ensuring the safety and security of our neighbourhoods; WHEREAS gun-related violence in Ottawa continues to negatively impact communities, with 76 total shooting incidents in 2018, resulting in six people killed and 24 people injured; WHEREAS gun and gang violence has been identified as a major priority for the City of Ottawa; WHEREAS Toronto City Council on July 23, 2018 adopted a motion to ban the sale of handgun and handgun ammunition in the City of Toronto; WHEREAS Montréal City Council on August 20, 2018 adopted a motion to ban the availability, sale, possession and use of handguns and assault rifles in Canada, with the exception of the military, police services or other entities that are authorized to possess firearms within legal obligations; WHEREAS action must be taken to prevent any further escalation in gun violence in the City of Ottawa; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council approve of the following measures details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Police Service are committed to ensuring the safety and security of our neighbourhoods and communities; and WHEREAS gun and gang related violence is a top operational priority of the Ottawa Police Service, and Ottawa has a refocused strategy to address it; and WHEREAS Ottawa City Council remains committed to swift and resolute actions to prevent further escalation of gun violence in our neighbourhoods; WHEREAS in Canada the legislation governing the possible banning of the sale of handguns, bail for people charged with gun crimes, and the rules and regulations pertaining to penalties for illegal gun possession is fully within federal jurisdiction; WHEREAS in Canada the legislation governing the sale of handgun ammunition rests fully with the Provincial Government; and WHEREAS under the Police Services Act, the Police Services Board determines policing priorities, establishes policies and provides oversight of the Ottawa Police Servic details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the following point be added to Recommendation 3 of the Motion: • Additional resources be provided to and greater attention be provided by the Canadian Border Services Agency to infiltrate the illegal smuggling of firearms at Canadian ports of entry. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS on November 22 2017, City Council approved an Official Plan Amendment to permit development of a shelter, residential care facility and surface parking by the Salvation Army at 325, 327 and 333 Montreal Road, 334 Montfort Street and 273 Ste. Anne Avenue; and WHEREAS on August 29, 2018, City Council approved a zoning amendment to permit development of a shelter and residential care facility at 325, 327, and 333 Montreal Road, 334 Montfort Street and 273 Ste. Anne Avenue; and WHEREAS at that time the Salvation Army signed a declaration that it was “the owner of” the Montreal Road properties proposed for development; and WHEREAS the Salvation Army is not the owner of the property but is only a prospective purchaser under a signed Agreement of Purchase and Sale (APS) for the Montreal Road properties and the Ward Councillor has been advised that the Agreement of Purchase and Sale is currently being renegotiated; and WHEREAS the Salvation Army has refused to produce a details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Modernizing Municipal Elections Act, 2016 (“Bill 181”) received Royal Assent on June 9, 2016 and introduced a new statutory framework governing advertisements by registered third parties; and WHEREAS two by-laws govern election signs, being By-law 2003-520, as amended (“Signs on City Roads”) and By-law No. 2004-239, as amended (“ Temporary Signs on Private Property”); and WHEREAS, in response to Bill 181, Council approved a staff report (ACS2017-CCS-GEN-0026) to amend the two by-laws governing elections signs (By-law 2003-520 and By-law 2004-239) to ensure that these by-laws addressed the signs of registered third parties; and WHEREAS the amendment to By-law 2003-520 proposed by staff wrongly included references to election sign dimensions that had been previously repealed by Council on May 26, 2004 through its approval of amending By-law 2004-250; and WHEREAS a federal election is scheduled for Monday, October 21, 2019 and staff recommend clarifying details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City is reconstructing Tampa Avenue, Denver Avenue, Gibson Street and part of Orlando Avenue this summer; and WHEREAS the City's front yard parking by-law and private approach by-law is normally enforced only on a complaint-driven basis; and WHEREAS there has not been complaints with respect to non-compliant driveways (private approaches) or front-yard parking in this area; and WHEREAS the area residents support providing relief for residents with existing driveways (private approaches) while acknowledging that any future driveways (private approaches) and front-yard parking must be in accordance with City by-laws; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, in respect of the reconstructing of Tampa Avenue, Denver Avenue, Gibson Street and part of Orlando Avenue, private approaches be reinstated as they were immediately prior to the reconstruction of these streets. details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
EPWWM
2019-06-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details SOURCE SEPARATED ORGANICS PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE
Absent Yes Motion To: details SOLID WASTE MASTER PLAN ROADMAP
Absent Yes Motion To: details COMMENTS ON THE REDUCING LITTER AND WASTE IN OUR COMMUNITIES DISCUSSION PAPER
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-06-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 3 - 18 April 201
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 3 - 18 April 201
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services recommend Council approve the Crime Prevention Ottawa Terms of Reference, as outlined in this report and attached at Document 1. details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee and Council receive this report for information. details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA ANNUAL ACTION REPORT 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Accessibility Advisory Committee recommend that the Community and Protective Services Committee receive the 2017-2018 Annual Report of the Accessibility Advisory Committee as detailed in Document 1. details ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2017-2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 11 JUNE 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council: 1. approve 22.00 Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) to be funded through revenues in the By-law and Regulatory Services budget, as described in this report; and, 2. receive for information the By-law and Regulatory Services 2018 Annual Report attached as Document 1. details BY-LAW AND REGULATORY SERVICES - SERVICE REVIEW AND 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council receive this report for information. details OTTAWA PARAMEDIC SERVICE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve the proposed consolidated Smoking and Vaping By-law and repeal related pre-existing smoking by-laws and specific smoking regulations, as well as approve related amendments to the Transit By-law (2007-268, as amended) and ROW Patio By-law (2017-92, as amended), all in the general form set out in Documents 1, 2, and 3, and as described in this report. details HARMONIZATION OF SMOKE-FREE BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS outdoor municipal properties including municipal parks, beaches, and the areas surrounding municipal buildings are smoke and vapour free, enabling members of the public to congregate free of second-hand smoke and vapour; and WHEREAS there is a desire to encourage Federal departments and agencies that administer, manage, or program activities on Federal properties where members of the public may congregate, to initiate or continue review of their policies with a view to creating and supporting smoke-free and vapour-free public places; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council petition the National Capital Commission, the Parks Canada Agency, Canadian Heritage, and other Federal departments and agencies that administer, manage, or program activities on Federal properties where members of the public congregate to put into place policies that create and support smoke-free and vapour-free public places on Federally-owned pr details HARMONIZATION OF SMOKE-FREE BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council: 1. Receive the 2018 Ottawa Music Strategy Status and Implementation report; and 2. Direct staff to implement the 2019-2020 recommendations described within this report and to report back on full implantation by Q2, 2021. details OTTAWA MUSIC STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council gift the Royal Swans to Parc Safari Incorporated to ensure proper care of the aging flock. details ROYAL SWAN PROGRAM UPDATE
Transit Commission
2019-06-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 4, of the Transit Commission Meeting of Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: details CONFEDERATION LINE: CUSTOMER SERVICE OPERATIONAL READINESS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transit Commission receive this report for information. details ZERO-EMISSION ELECTRIC BUS PILOT PROJECT
EPWWM
2019-06-18
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 2, of the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management meeting of Tuesday, 16 April 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 JUNE 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details EASTERN SUBWATERSHEDS STORMWATER MANAGEMENT RETROFIT STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 - 2022 CITY OF OTTAWA ENERGY CONSERVATION AND DEMAND MANAGEMENT PLAN
Absent No Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor C. McKenney WHEREAS on April 24, 2019, Ottawa City Council voted to declare a Climate Emergency in order to deepen our commitment to protecting our economy, our ecosystems, and our community; and WHEREAS City staff, Members of Council and the community are about to develop a new Solid Waste Master Plan for the City of Ottawa to guide waste diversion and waste reduction measures for decades to come; and WHEREAS the City should lead by example in all waste diversion and reduction measures and, where possible, ensure that it follows circular economy and green procurement practices in all its services and programs; and WHEREAS, although it is recognized that some single-use plastics are necessary in City programs and services (for accessibility, emergency and medical purposes and where there is no practical alternative), also the City runs programs and services using single use and foamed plastics for which there is an environmentally responsible details SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BOTTLES AT CITY FACILITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details ADDITIONAL ITEM
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details ADDITIONAL ITEM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details 5.
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details 5.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCIL CLIMATE CHANGE SPONSORS GROUP
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCIL CLIMATE CHANGE SPONSORS GROUP
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details ACS2019-CCS-ENV-0009
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details ACS2019-CCS-ENV-0009
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details CITY-WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details CITY-WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Committee approve of the addition of this item to SCEPWWM Agenda 5 details
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Menard (TBC) That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve the addition of the following motion to the agenda for today’s meeting, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law, to allow for the Sponsors Group to be confirmed and begin working with staff as soon as possible: WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 City Council approved the recommendations of the “City of Ottawa – Declaration of Climate Emergency,” report, including the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group; and WHEREAS the Sponsors Group will provide guidance to staff on the Review and Update of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan and the Energy Evolution Final Report, in relation to the City of Ottawa’s Declaration of a Climate Emergency; WHEREAS Council approved that the Sponsors Group was to be comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manageme details
City Council
2019-06-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS 1. That the 2018 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Annual Report as described in this report and set out in Document 1 be received; and 2. That the signed audited Financial Statements of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for the year 2018 as described in this report and set out in Document 2 be received; and 3. That the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign a written resolution on behalf of the City of Ottawa as Shareholder of OCHC setting out the resolutions approved by City Council. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION (OCHC) ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
Yes Yes Motion To: details STRONGER DIGITAL CONTENT FOR PUBLIC LIBRARIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENT TO THE ENGINEER'S REPORT FOR THE VAN GAAL MUNICIPAL DRAIN
Yes Yes Motion To: details KNL PETITION - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT: - CANNABIS PRODUCTION FACILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXTENSION OF BY-LAW 2013-199 - USE OF ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES ON CITY ROADS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 CITY OF OTTAWA CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORT ON AUDIT FOLLOW-UPS AND DETAILED AUDIT FOLLOW-UP REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEERECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Direct staff to undertake a Request for Proposal (RFP) process to retain an independent consultant to conduct a comprehensive ward boundary review for the City of Ottawa, as described in this report and consistent with the Terms of Reference attached as Document 3; 2. Approve that temporary annual funding, equivalent to one Full-time Equivalent (FTE), be provided to support any Member whose ward population size in Document 4 is projected to be larger than the average ward population size by more than 33 per cent during the 2018-2022 Term of Council, as an interim measure until a new ward boundary by-law comes into force, as described in this report; 3. Direct the City Clerk and Solicitor to send a letter to the Premier of Ontario and the Ontario Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to advise of any Council decisions with respect to a comprehensive ward boundary review for the City of Ottawa, as described in this repo details CITY OF OTTAWA WARD BOUNDARY REVIEW (2019-2020)
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 383 Albert Street and 340 Queen Street to permit two twenty-seven storey apartment buildings with ground floor commercial and a parking garage, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 383 ALBERT STREET AND 340 QUEEN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff have made revisions to the Letter and Table reflecting the comment received at Planning Committee on May 23, 2019; and WHEREAS the province’s Standing Committee on Justice Policy received delegations, including the City on May 31, 2019; and WHEREAS the revised Letter and Table were sent to the Minister ahead of Council approval to meet the provincial deadline for presenting before the Standing Committee on Justice Policy; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Document 1 and 2 be updated to the attached and that the Council report recommendations be substituted as follows: That Council receive the following: 1. The letter attached as Document 1 to this report and summary of Staff comments attached as Document 2 to this report, as the City Clerk and Solicitor forwarded both to the Minister; 2. The Bill 108 Update Memo (ACS2019-PIE-GEN-0005), as circulated on June 11, 2019, which provides Bill 108 details that occurred since the May 23, 2019 Planning Committee meeti details CITY OF OTTAWA RESPONSE TO BILL 108
Yes Yes Motion To: details PAVEMENT MARKING PROGRAM ENHANCEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ADULT SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD PROGRAM UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 UPDATE - PEDESTRIAN CROSSOVER (PXO) PROGRAM IN OTTAWA
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the approach, scope and timing for the review and update of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP), Ottawa Pedestrian Plan (OPP), and Ottawa Cycling Plan (OCP), as detailed in this report. details TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN, OTTAWA PEDESTRIAN PLAN, AND OTTAWA CYCLING PLAN - SCOPE OF WORK FOR THE REVIEW AND UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Approve the functional design for the Earl Armstrong Road Extension Environmental Assessment Study, as described in this report and supporting documents; and, 2. Direct Transportation Planning staff to finalize the Environmental Study Report and proceed with its posting for the 30-day public review period in accordance with the Ontario Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process. details EARL ARMSTRONG ROAD EXTENSION (ALBION ROAD TO HAWTHORNE ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details PARKING SERVICES 2019 BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details PARKING SERVICES 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - IAN MCDONALD PAVILION
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - CLARENCE MUSSELL BALL DIAMONDS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT '2113 RIVER ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3250 OLD GEORGE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 4344 9TH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4205 NIXON DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6067 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 INVESTMENTS, ENDOWMENT FUND AND OTHER TREASURY ACTIVITIES REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 YEAR-END MFIPPA REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details THE DECLARATION OF SURPLUS REAL PROPERTY - 159 FORWARD AVENUE, BULLMAN STREET AT HINCHEY AVENUE AND 2040 ARROWSMITH DRIVE, AND THE DELEGATED AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER THESE SURPLUS REAL PROPERTIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT' 5615 AND 5621 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1850 WALKLEY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MAY 22, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Bank Street Business Improvement Area (BIA) will host the annual Glow Fair Music Light Art event; AND WHEREAS many of the Glow Fair activities will be happening outdoors on Bank Street and Gloucester Street, including a main stage for performances; AND WHEREAS the BIA has requested the closure of Bank Street from Laurier Avenue to Gladstone Avenue, and Gloucester Street from O’Connor Street to Bank Street, on the third weekend of June (annually) to increase the safety and security of the area. The road closure will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Friday and end at 6:00 a.m. on Sunday; AND WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Roads (2001-260) By-law prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road closure for Bank Street from Laurier Avenue to Gladstone Avenue, and Gloucester Street from O’Connor Street to Bank Street. The road closure will take place on the third weekend of June from 1:00 details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff will be bringing forward a new comprehensive Strategic Road Safety Action Plan, based on Vision Zero principles, to Transportation Committee and Council for consideration in the Fall of 2019; and WHEREAS the development of this Action Plan will include stakeholder consultations and the opportunity for more public input at Transportation Committee, which was not possible prior to Council’s consideration of this motion; and WHEREAS any commitments that Ottawa City Council makes on Vision Zero should not be made in the absence of a comprehensive plan and resources to deliver on these commitments; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the McKenney/Menard motion with respect to Vision Zero be referred to staff for consideration and to bring forward recommendations to Transportation Committee and Council as part of the Strategic Road Safety Action Plan and the Transportation Master Plan where appropriate. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS there are a number of factors that will be impacting the 2020 budget and the availability of funds to support Council’s priorities, including but not limited to recently announced provincial budget pressures; and WHEREAS the City Treasurer will be bringing the 2020 Budget Directions report to Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) and Council providing Council with a more thorough understanding of the projected pressures that the City will be facing over the term; and WHEREAS on April 24, 2019 Council referred a previous Motion from Councillor Meehan with respect to allocating the Federal Gas Tax to the City Treasurer; BE IT RESOLVED that Council refer the Leiper/ McKenney Motion to the City Treasurer for review and consideration in the context of all other anticipated 2020 budget pressures and opportunities, and that the Treasurer report back to FEDCO and Council through the Budget Directions report. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council on March 6, 2019, directed staff to report back on any potential delay of the LRT Stage 1 launch date and report back to the Transit Commission and Council on how the remaining transit fares could be frozen and funded to correspond with that future launch date; AND WHEREAS staff provided information at the FEDCO meeting of June 4, 2019, that indicated that delays by RTG in delivering the Confederation Line project mean that O-Train Line 1 will not open for transit customers before July 1, 2019; AND WHEREAS the Transit Commission does not meet until June 19, 2019; Therefore Be It Resolved that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion. WHEREAS Council on March 6, 2019, approved the 2019 budget for OC Transpo, providing for fare increases on July 1, 2019; AND WHEREAS Council on March 27, 2019, approved a reduction in the price of taxi coupons for Para Transpo customers, to take effect on July 1, 2019; AND WHEREAS sta details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes No Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT City staff report back to the Transit Commission and Council on the feasibility of implementing a fare reduction for transit riders effective September 1st, 2019 with the cost being deducted from RTG’s payment. The fare reduction should be commensurate with the reduction in service reliability and remain in place until such time as Phase 1 LRT is fully operational. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion in order to give direction to staff in advance of the June 19, 2019 meeting of the Transit Commission WHEREAS the City has committed to addressing climate change by reducing its GHG emissions; and WHEREAS the City promotes the use of new and innovative technologies; and WHEREAS the City aims to provide a modern, world-class transit service that is efficient and clean; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff provide a plan to Transit Commission on June 19, 2019, to introduce electric buses to the OC Transpo fleet within this term of Council; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that staff continue to monitor research conducted by various agencies such as the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) and ongoing alternative energy pilot projects in other Canadian municipalities; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that staff start working on a plan in this term of Council to further expand the number o details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, to ensure that the communications tower can proceed as per schedule, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the location and size of telecommunications towers are under federal regulatory authority; and WHEREAS in 2013 Rogers Inc (Rogers) entered into a lease agreement with Arbor Memorial at 3700 Prince of Wales for a 40m white shrouded monopole located on the cemetery property; and WHEREAS in response to community concerns, the proposed location of the tower has been moved further away from the existing residential neighbourhood, and has changed to a 37-metre tall, tri-pole structure with signage; and WHEREAS a tower at this location will provide much need improved coverage for Rogers and Telus customers in the area; and WHEREAS any signage attached or appended to the telecommunications structure would be regulated under municipal jurisdiction through the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law (2016-326); and WHEREAS the prop details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on Sunday June 2, 2019 and EFI tornado touched down in Ottawa’s east end, and caused property damage, mainly in Orleans along the Ottawa river; and WHEREAS it is appropriate that direction be provided as soon as possible to Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development staff to assist in the process of reconstruction; THEREFORE Be It Resolved that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion: WHEREAS on Sunday June 2, 2018 and EF1 tornado touched down in Orleans causing damage to homes and properties in the area; and WHEREAS repair or reconstruction of affected buildings and structures will be required; and WHEREAS property owners may require demolition and/or building permits in order to rebuild existing buildings and structures in the areas affected by the tornadoes; and WHEREAS the cost of these permits will cause additional hardships to the already impacted owners; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Gener details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be Suspended to consider the following motion, as the event will take place prior to the next City Council meeting. WHEREAS Carivibe is an outdoor festival celebrating Caribbean culture in the Nation’s capital; and WHEREAS the Carivibe street party is to occur on Saturday June 15, 2019; and WHEREAS Centrum Boulevard, from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive is required to be closed to accommodate the festival and on-street festival set-up; and WHEREAS the on-street festival set-up will commence at 8:00 a.m. on Friday June 14, 2019 and the festival will begin operation at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday June 15, 2019; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Streets By-law (2001-260) prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road closure for Centrum Boulevard from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive from 8:00 a.m. on Friday, June 14 to 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 16, 2019 f details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: Therefore Be It Resolved That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion: details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-06-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 3 - Monday, June 3, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff have made revisions to the Removal of Properties from the Heritage Register 2016-2018 report after it was distributed with the agenda and published on Ottawa.ca; and WHEREAS the revised report on this item, submitted May 31, 2019, was distributed to Committee Members and posted to ottawa.ca on June 6, 2019 to ensure that it was placed before the Committee and available to members of the public ahead of the meeting; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee substitute the report distributed with the agenda for the revised report, submitted on May 31, which amended the report recommendation as follows: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council remove reference to the properties listed in Document 1 from the Heritage Register. details REMOVAL OF PROPERTIES FROM THE REGISTER 2016-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff have been made aware that, since the report was published on Ottawa.ca, a number of properties intended to be listed on the Heritage Register have since been demolished; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT reference to the following properties be removed from the report: • 506 Piccadilly Avenue BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Report be amended by striking out “2345” and inserting “2344”. details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council approve the addition of the properties listed in Document 1, as amended, to the City of Ottawa’s Heritage Register, in accordance with Section 27 of the Ontario Heritage Act. 2. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council discontinue the use of the Heritage Reference List in the wards affected by this report. 3. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council direct staff to conduct additional heritage analysis in the areas outlined in Document 7. details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the report be amended by deleting from Document 1 the following properties (“deferred properties”): • 351 Pleasant Park Road • 71, 73, 75 and 77 Beechwood Avenue • 4898 Limebank Road • 339-341 Gloucester Street • 130 Albert Street • 177 Pretoria Avenue • 17 Arthur Street BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee direct staff to consult with the owners of deferred properties, and that staff bring back in Q4 2019 to Built Heritage Sub-Committee and Council a determination of whether the deferred properties should be added to the Heritage Register in accordance with the Ontario Heritage Act. details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the list of deferred properties be amended to not include the following properties: • 130 Albert Street • 177 Pretoria Avenue details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
No No Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT in the report be amended by deleting from Document 1 the following properties (“deferred properties”): • 130 Albert Street• 177 Pretoria AvenueBE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee direct staff to consult with the owners of deferred properties, and that staff bring back in Q4 2019 to Built Heritage Sub-Committee and Council a determination of whether the deferred properties should be added to the Heritage Register in accordance with the Ontario Heritage Act. details ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - CITY WIDE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee suspend the Rules of Procedure to receive an oral update from staff with respect to Update on Somerset House (352 Somerset Street West) and to dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this update so that the Committee may receive a prompt update on this property. details STAFF UPDATE ON SOMERSET HOUSE - 352 SOMERSET STREET WEST
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-06-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 2 - Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department 2019 Work Plan
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de prendre connaissance du rapport suivant. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee receive the following report for information. details HERITAGE PERMITS ISSUED THROUGH DELEGATED AUTHORITY, 2017-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de modification du bâtiment situé au 467, rue Besserer, conformément aux plans présentés par Open Concept Home Design et datés du 3 janvier 2019 et soumis le 23 avril 2019; 2. de déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des changements mineurs de conception; 3. d’approuver la délivrance du permis en matière de patrimoine et de fixer sa date d’expiration à deux ans après la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 22 juillet 2019.) (Nota : L’approbation de la demande de modification aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario ne signifie pas pour autant qu’elle satisfait aux conditions de délivrance d’un permis de construire.) That the Built Heritag details Application to Alter the Property at 467 Besserer Street, a Property Located in the Daly Avenue Heritage Conservation District, Designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la démolition du 384, rue Frank, conformément aux plans d’Ottawa Carleton Construction Ltd. reçus le 1er mai 2019; 2. d’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 384, rue Frank, conformément aux plans d’Ottawa Carleton Construction Ltd. reçus le 1er mai 2019, à la condition que : • le requérant soumette à l’approbation du personnel des Services du patrimoine des échantillons de matériaux de revêtement extérieur, avant la délivrance d’un permis de construire; 3. de déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des changements mineurs de conception; 4. d’approuver la délivrance du permis en matière de patrimoine et de fixer sa date d’expiration à deux ans après la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementa details Application for Demolition and New Construction at 384 Frank Street, a Property Located in the Centretown Heritage Conservation District, Designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil d’émettre un avis d’intention de désigner le bien-fonds situé au 1820, boulevard Saint-Joseph « propriété de valeur ou d’intérêt sur le plan du patrimoine culturel » aux termes de la Partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, selon la Déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel jointe en tant que document 4. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the property located at 1820 St. Joseph Boulevard as a property of cultural heritage value and interest under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 4. details Designation of 1820 St. Joseph Boulevard under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee (BHSC) recommended Council approve the application to alter the Chateau Laurier Hotel at its June 18, 2018 meeting, conditional upon the applicant working with staff to make the proposed addition more visually compatible with the existing structure prior to Site Plan Approval; and WHEREAS Council approved Motion No. BHSC 31/2, attached, gave delegated authority to the General Manager of the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department to approve design changes to the heritage permit; and WHEREAS the Heritage Permit to alter the Chateau Laurier Hotel was issued July 3, 2018; and, WHEREAS Motion No. BHSC 31/2 additionally directed staff to present the Site Plan Application to the BHSC for comment prior to it being tabled it at Planning Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that a summary of the Sub-Committee’s comments of its meeting on June 3rd be prepared by the BHSC Coordinator, reviewed by the Chair and Vice Chair, a details SITE PLAN APPROVAL - 1 RIDEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti prenne connaissance du présent rapport. That Built Heritage Sub-Committee receive this report for information. details SITE PLAN APPROVAL - 1 RIDEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Chateau Laurier is an iconic, prominent, and much beloved architectural and historic landmark in the City of Ottawa and the National Capital, and; WHEREAS the Chateau Laurier is an Historic Place designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, a National Historic Site, and an irreplaceable element in the visual setting of the Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Parliamentary Precinct, Majors Hill Park, Confederation Square and Confederation Boulevard, and; WHEREAS City Council adopted the Parks Canada’s document “Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada” in 2008, and; WHEREAS Standard 11 of that document states that additions must be “physically and visually compatible with, subordinate to, and distinguishable from the Historic Place”, and; WHEREAS “compatible” is generally agreed to mean “able to exist or work together without conflict”, and; WHEREAS City Council approved an application to alter details SITE PLAN APPROVAL - 1 RIDEAU STREET
City Council
2019-05-22
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report for the Montreal Road Community Improvement Plan details plans to stimulate urban renewal and vitality in Vanier along the traditional main street of Montreal Road; and WHEREAS in the Background and Legislative Context section there is the following paragraph: “The Building Better Revitalized Neighbourhoods (BBRN) initiative began in 2016 with studies in the Heatherington and Vanier South-Overbrook communities, focused on engaging key stakeholders to discover what is already working in each of the neighbourhoods and to identify the priorities and opportunities for revitalization. In December 2017, Council approved the Vanier South-Overbrook Neighbourhood Revitalization Strategy, now branded “Vision Vanier”. Several different initiatives are under this umbrella, to ensure projects move forward in a coordinated manner. In addition to the BBRN Vanier Revitalization Strategy (subject to Council direction and funding), Vanier Cultural Revitalization, Vani details MONTR'AL ROAD COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council ratify the proposal for a one-year renewal of the IATSE collective agreement; and That the terms of the proposal be made public once ratified by the IATSE membership. details TENTATIVE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT WITH INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF THEATRICAL STAGE EMPLOYEES, MOVING PICTURE TECHNICIANS, ARTISTS AND ALLIED CRAFTS, LOCAL 471 (IATSE) - IN CAMERA - REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON RATIFICATION OF THE AGREEMENT
No Yes Motion To: That Council allow the development charges complaint in respect of 2720 Richmond Road in part and, of the $27,407.03 paid in Education Development Charges and of the $367,356.34 paid in Municipal Development Charges, authorize the refund of $10,155.88 in Education Development Charges and $136,126.64 in Municipal Development Charges. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGES - 2720 RICHMOND ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a letter has been received from the Fernbank Landowners Group requesting further discussions with respect to the possibility of a development charge background study being conducted for an area specific charge for Robert Grant Avenue and related works; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 17 be referred to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Department for further review. details 2019 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDIES AND BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS there has been further consideration with respect to two parks (Grande Allée and Forecourt) to be constructed at the former Oblats property (175 Main Street); and WHEREAS the developer has agreed in its subdivision agreement with the City to provide $555,350 towards park construction; and WHEREAS in addition to the $555,350, the developer is agreeable to the lands being subject to the Inside the Greenbelt Parks Component of the development charge; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that 1. The current Schedule “R” (being the lands at 175 Main Street) be deleted from the draft development charges by-law, including subsection 5(7) such that these lands shall be subject to the parks component of the development charge. 2. The Grande Allée and Forecourt Parks be included as development charge projects in the background study in accordance with Attachment 1 to this motion. 3. The remaining Schedule in the draft by-law be renumbered accordingly. details 2019 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDIES AND BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in calculating the Park Development rates following the release of the 2019 Development Charge Background Study certain parks development items were excluded from the calculation of development charges rates, specifically (a) the 50% post-benefit period shares for urban park projects occurring over the 2025-2029 benefitting period, and (b) adjustment for $1.1 million in the Inside the Greenbelt Parks Development development charge reserve fund. AND WHEREAS the City’s consultant has calculated revised development charges that will result from these adjustments . THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Schedules “B” and “C” of the Development Charge Background Study dated March 15, 2019 and the City-Wide 2019 Development Charges By-law be amended to include, in respect of the Inside the Greenbelt parks component of the development charge, the 50% post-benefit period shares for urban park projects occurring over the 2025-2029 benefitting period and an adjustment for the details 2019 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDIES AND BY-LAWS
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS it is appropriate that dwelling rooms be subject to the same development charge rate as bachelor or one-bedroom apartments; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the draft Development Charge By-law be amended such that dwelling rooms, subject to the provisions of 4 (3) through 4 (7), inclusive, (grandparenting of projects with site plan approval, nursing homes and similar development, buildings which contains three or more residential units, where each unit has a single entrance and contains between not less than 2 but no more than 4 bedrooms) pay the rate established for an apartment with less than two bedrooms. details 2019 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDIES AND BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that, pursuant to the Development Charges Act, subsection 12(3) Council determines that a further public meeting is not necessary. details 2019 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDIES AND BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charge calculations and Background Study have been amended through the recommendations and motions adopted by Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 1 and 2 be amended to Read: 1. That the development charge calculations contained within the Development Charges Background Study dated March 15, 2019 and the Area-Specific Background Study for Individual Stormwater Management Ponds and Drainage Systems dated March 15, 2019 be adjusted based on the Summary of Adjustments contained in Document 1, as amended by the recommendations and motions adopted by Council; 2. The Development Charges Background Study, dated March 15, 2019, and the Area-Specific Background Study for Individual Stormwater Management Ponds and Drainage Systems, dated March 15, 2019, and the by-law changes as set forth in Document 7, as amended by the recommendations and motions adopted by Council. details 2019 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDIES AND BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City is rebuilding parts of Ashburn Drive, Hogan Street, Wigan Drive and Ness Street this summer; and WHEREAS the City's front yard parking by-law and private approach by-law is normally enforced only on a complaint-driven basis; and WHEREAS there has not been complaints with respect to non-compliant driveways (private approaches) or front-yard parking in this area; and WHEREAS the area residents support providing relief for residents with existing driveways (private approaches) while acknowledging that any future driveways (private approaches) and front-yard parking must be in accordance with City by-laws. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that in respect of the rebuilding of Ashburn Drive, Hogan Street, Wigan Drive and Ness Street that private approaches be reinstated as they were immediately prior to the reconstruction of these streets. details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS according to the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canadian Medical Association Journal, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is one of the most common developmental disabilities in Canada with 1 in 66 children diagnosed and approximately 1% of the Canadian population affected by ASD, which means there are approximately 100,000 Ontarians on the autism spectrum; and, WHEREAS ASD is a life-long neurological disorder that affects the way a person communicates and relates to the people and world around them; and, WHEREAS the Provincial Government introduced new service delivery approaches intended to address waitlists for treatment and other challenges within the existing ASD support system in February; and, WHEREAS considerable concerns have been expressed about these funding and program changes by a broad variety of stakeholders in the City of Ottawa including physicians, educators, therapists, clinicians, parents; and, WHEREAS these concerns speak to such matters as th details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City is rebuilding parts of Ashburn Drive, Hogan Street, Wigan Drive and Ness Street this summer; and WHEREAS the City's front yard parking by-law and private approach by-law is normally enforced only on a complaint-driven basis; and WHEREAS there has not been complaints with respect to non-compliant driveways (private approaches) or front-yard parking in this area; and WHEREAS the area residents support providing relief for residents with existing driveways (private approaches) while acknowledging that any future driveways (private approaches) and front-yard parking must be in accordance with City by-laws. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that in respect of the rebuilding of Ashburn Drive, Hogan Street, Wigan Drive and Ness Street that private approaches be reinstated as they were immediately prior to the reconstruction of these streets. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS according to the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canadian Medical Association Journal, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is one of the most common developmental disabilities in Canada with 1 in 66 children diagnosed and approximately 1% of the Canadian population affected by ASD, which means there are approximately 100,000 Ontarians on the autism spectrum; and, WHEREAS ASD is a life-long neurological disorder that affects the way a person communicates and relates to the people and world around them; and, WHEREAS the Provincial Government introduced new service delivery approaches intended to address waitlists for treatment and other challenges within the existing ASD support system in February; and, WHEREAS considerable concerns have been expressed about these funding and program changes by a broad variety of stakeholders in the City of Ottawa including physicians, educators, therapists, clinicians, parents; and, WHEREAS these concerns speak to such matters as th details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion in order to submit an expression of interest for participation in the AMO Health Task Force and other intergovernmental working groups related to public health as soon as possible, in anticipation of impending significant provincial changes to public health in Ontario; WHEREAS the Province of Ontario is undertaking a Provincial Health Modernization initiative involving significant changes to the structure and funding of Public Health units in Ontario; and WHEREAS the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Health Task Force is a representative group of municipal elected officials and senior staff from across Ontario established for the purpose of informing AMO’s advocacy strategy and positions on health policy issues in Ontario; and WHEREAS since its inception in 2016 until 2018 the City of Ottawa had representation on this Task Force, with former City Councillor Mark Taylor previously serving details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as Seniors’ month will begin prior to the next City Council meeting. WHEREAS Canadian demographics indicate that seniors are one of the fastest growing population groups in our communities; AND WHEREAS according to the 2016 census from Statistics Canada, 144,140 seniors (aged 65 and over) reside in the City of Ottawa, making up 15.4% of the total Ottawa population and it is expected that by the year 2031, more than one in five residents living in Ottawa will be over the age of 65; AND WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has benefited from the many tireless hours of volunteer work and leadership generously donated by local senior citizens; AND WHEREAS senior citizens have helped to build our communities through active living, shared knowledge, and a diversity of experiences; AND WHEREAS the month of June is recognized by the Province of Ontario as Seniors’ Month; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Cou details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the event takes place the day after the next City Council meeting. WHEREAS Apartment 613 is a not-for-profit organization running an anniversary event to promote arts and culture in Ottawa. The event features an outdoor patio and a local food truck; and, WHEREAS the Apartment 613 anniversary event is to occur on Thursday, June 13, 2019; and WHEREAS Laurel Street, from Breezehill Avenue North to 35 Laurel Street (a point 100m east of Breezehill Avenue North) is required to be closed to accommodate the event and on-street event set-up; and WHEREAS the on-street event set-up will commence at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019 and the event will begin operation at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Streets By-law (2001-260) prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road clos details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council, through the Mayor, ask the Federal and Provincial governments to conduct a formal investigation into the flooding events of 2017 and 2019 that affected communities along the Ottawa River, including the City of Ottawa. details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Transit Commission
2019-05-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION MOTIONS AND INQUIRIES FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 6 MAY 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 TRANSIT COMMISSION STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details GENERAL ACCOUNTS WRITE-OFFS FOR 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2018 TO DECEMBER 31, 2018 FOR TRANSIT COMMISSION
City Council
2019-05-08
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as the due date for final tax bill is June 20, 2019 and it is recommended that residents impacted by the flooding event receive notice of the option to defer their taxes before that date; WHEREAS several low-lying areas within the City of Ottawa have been directly impacted by flooding in late April and early May as a result of higher water levels in the Ottawa Waterways; and WHEREAS section 342 of the Municipal Act, 2001 permits the municipality to establish different property tax installment due dates in the year, and the due date for instalment for final property taxes for 2019 is currently June 20, 2019 pursuant to section 3 of By-law 2019-45 which sets the instalment due dates for property taxes; WHEREAS the City Treasurer, in consultation with the Manager, Security and Emergency Management, will identify properties impacted by flooding located primarily in, but not limite details UPDATE ON FLOOD 2019 EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as it is recommended that residents impacted by the flooding event receive notice of the options with respect to demolition and building permits as soon as possible to assist in the process of reconstruction; WHEREAS several low-lying areas within the City of Ottawa have been directly impacted by flooding in late April and early May as a result of higher water levels in the Ottawa Waterways; and WHEREAS repair or reconstruction of affected buildings and structures will be required; and WHEREAS property owners may require relief from the Zoning By-law in the form of minor variance applications in order to rebuild existing buildings and structures in areas affected by flooding; and WHEREAS these minor variance applications will cause delays and additional costs to property owners affected by flooding; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to review the areas affected by the flooding and bring a details UPDATE ON FLOOD 2019 EMERGENCY RESPONSE
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 348 and 350 Winona Avenue to permit the reduction of select zoning performance standards in order to convert an existing three-unit dwelling into a four-unit low-rise apartment dwelling, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 348 AND 350 WINONA AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRONT-ENDING REPORT - TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNAL (BANK STREET AND ROTARY WAY; BANK STREET AND FINDLAY CREEK DRIVE)
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3285 BORRISOKANE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SETTLEMENT OF APPEALS TO OPA 150 - CYCLING AND ROADS SCHEDULES
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF APRIL 24, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the Development Charge Background Study and By-Laws Report is anticipated to come to next Council meeting. WHEREAS Development Charges By-laws are developed in accordance within the context of strict provincial guidelines, and these guidelines include that Development Charge By-laws last for five years; and WHEREAS the current Development Charges By-laws were enacted on June 11, 2014, meaning that the City needs to have the new Development Charges By-laws final and in place by June 10, 2019; and WHEREAS City Council understands that Development Charges By-laws are one of the few matters that have inflexible “drop dead” legislative dates attached to them, and that it is the Development Charges By-laws themselves that must be approved and simple approving motions supported by the Confirmation By-law will not suffice; and WHEREAS the Development Charges By-laws are complex and include complex calc details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2019-04-24
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH'S 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROVINCIAL BUDGET ANNOUNCEMENT ON PUBLIC HEALTH RESTRUCTURING
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council approve the Office of the Auditor General’s 2019 Work Plan as amended by: 1. adding a compliance audit concerning the Audit of Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project Procurement; and 2. deleting the “Audit of Travel and Hospitality – Compliance and Efficiency Audit” from this report and subsequently adding it to the Auditor General’s proposed Audit Work Plan for consideration by the Audit Committee and Council in 2020. details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) 2019 AUDIT WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - ANNUAL REPORT AND DETAILED AUDIT REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - REPORT ON THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE TRANSFER OF FUNDS TO A FRAUDULENT SUPPLIER
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION MORTGAGE REFINANCING
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES FEES AND CHARGES BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: details BY-LAW REVIEW FRAMEWORK
Yes Yes Motion To: details 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS OF VANIER 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Delegate the authority to the General Manager of the Public Works and Environmental Services Department to negotiate, finalize and execute a short-term, three-year curbside collection contract with each of the existing curbside collection service providers, including the In-house Collections Group, in accordance with section 22(1)(d) of the Procurement By-law, and as described in this report; and 2. Subject to the successful negotiations and execution of a contract with the City’s In-House Collections Group, approve an increase of $1.5M to the 2019 Solid Waste Fleet – Growth capital budget, for total authority of $1.95M, funded from the Solid Waste Capital Reserve Fund, for the purchase of five vehicles for growth, and an increase of $4.0M to the 2019 Lifecycle Renewal Fleet capital budget, for total authority of $36.615M, funded from the Fleet Vehicle Replacement Reserve Fund, for the purchase of 14 replacement vehicles, as des details SOLID WASTE RESIDENTIAL COLLECTION CONTRACTS RENEWAL
Yes Yes Motion To: details RESPONSE TO BEE CITY MOTION
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. Officially declare a climate emergency for the purposes of naming, framing, and deepening our commitment to protecting our economy, our eco systems, and our community from climate change; details CITY OF OTTAWA - DECLARATION OF CLIMATE EMERGENCY
Yes Yes Motion To: 2. Establish a Council Sponsors Group comprised of representatives from the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management, Planning Committee, Transportation Committee, Transit Commission, the Ottawa Board of Health and the Councillor Liaison of the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee; details CITY OF OTTAWA - DECLARATION OF CLIMATE EMERGENCY
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 10 OBLATS AVENUE AND 175 (A) MAIN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 20 MARK AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 263 GREENSWAY AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4840 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4747 AND 4755 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 4789 BANK STREET AND AN UNADDRESSED PARCEL IMMEDIATELY TO THE NORTH WEST
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRONT-ENDING REPORT - ROUNDABOUT (BRIAN COBURN BOULEVARD AT GERRY LALONDE DRIVE/JEROME JODOIN DRIVE)
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 150 SETTLEMENT OF APPEALS - BUILDING HEIGHT AND DESIGN
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - GEORGES DASSYLVA PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF APRIL 10, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department prepares a Year-End Report on a variety of performance measures; and WHEREAS inquiries have been raised by Councillors in the past as to the number of pre-consultation meetings facilitated by Planning Services that have resulted in applications being submitted; and WHEREAS Planning Services now charges a fee for pre-consultation meetings, and therefore can track the number of pre-consultation meetings held; and WHEREAS it is recognized that details on pre-consultation meetings are confidential, and are not available to members of the public in order to protect the rights of a property owner until such time as an application has been submitted; and WHEREAS Planning Services will be able to calculate the number of pre-consultations that have resulted in an application within one calendar year and provide these data in the 2019 annual report; and WHEREAS this does not provide a complete picture of how many details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the participation rates of Canadians engaging in healthy physical activities has declined, while inactivity and obesity continues to rise in Canada; and WHEREAS health, physical activity and fitness ought to be promoted and embraced by Canadians of all ages and abilities; and WHEREAS many Canadian cities have taken up the challenge of encouraging and promoting physical activity, including Calgary, Saskatoon, Montréal and Victoria; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa promotes active and healthy living through a number of initiatives, including: an ongoing “Try It” campaign for City fitness membership programs, a series of “I Love to” programs to promote swimming, skating, soccer and other sports; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Departments (Ottawa Public Health, Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Department and others) work together on improving the access to physical activity for the residents; and WHEREAS the Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Dep details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the road closures for this event would begin the day after the next City Council meeting. WHEREAS The Orléans Poutinefest is an outdoor festival promoting traditional, gourmet, exotic and different worlds of poutine. Featuring multiple food vendors, musicians and a craft beer garden; and WHEREAS The Orléans Poutinefest is to occur on Friday, May 10, 2019 through Sunday, May 12, 2019; and WHEREAS Centrum Boulevard, from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive is required to be closed to accommodate the festival and on-street festival set-up; and WHEREAS the on-street festival set-up will commence at 6:00pm on Thursday May 9, 2019 and the festival will begin operation at 11:00am on Friday May 10, 2019; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Streets By-law (2001-260) prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road clos details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes No Motion To: That Councillor King be appointed to the Planning Committee details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS there are a number of factors that will be impacting the 2020 budget and the availability of funds to support Council’s priorities, including but not limited to recently announced provincial budget pressures; and WHEREAS the City Treasurer will be bringing the 2020 Budget Directions report to Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) and Council in July 2019, providing Council with a more thorough understanding of the projected pressures that the City will be facing over the term; BE IT RESOLVED that Council refer Councillor Meehan’s Motion to the City Treasurer for review and consideration in the context of all other anticipated 2020 budget pressures and opportunities, and that the Treasurer report back to FEDCO and Council through the Budget Directions report. details Motion No 12/7 was then put to Council and CARRIED.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS there are a number of factors that will be impacting the 2020 budget and the availability of funds to support Council’s priorities, including but not limited to recently announced provincial budget pressures; and WHEREAS the City Treasurer will be bringing the 2020 Budget Directions report to Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) and Council in July 2019, providing Council with a more thorough understanding of the projected pressures that the City will be facing over the term; BE IT RESOLVED that Council refer Councillor Meehan’s Motion to the City Treasurer for review and consideration in the context of all other anticipated 2020 budget pressures and opportunities, and that the Treasurer report back to FEDCO and Council through the Budget Directions report. details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS there are a number of factors that will be impacting the 2020 budget and the availability of funds to support Council’s priorities, including but not limited to recently announced provincial budget pressures; and WHEREAS the City Treasurer will be bringing the 2020 Budget Directions report to Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) and Council in July 2019, providing Council with a more thorough understanding of the projected pressures that the City will be facing over the term; BE IT RESOLVED that Council refer Councillor Meehan’s Motion to the City Treasurer for review and consideration in the context of all other anticipated 2020 budget pressures and opportunities, and that the Treasurer report back to FEDCO and Council through the Budget Directions report. details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-04-18
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 2 - 21 March 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend Council approve the refinancing of the four Ottawa Community Housing Corporation projects described in this report for which the mortgages are due for renewal in 2019 2. That the Director of Housing Services be delegated the authority to approve the refinancing of the seven Ottawa Community Housing Corporation projects, described in this report, for which the mortgages are due for renewal in 2020 and 2021 so long as the amount is not greater than the current subsidy and the outcome is revenue neutral to the City of Ottawa, as described in this report. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION MORTGAGE REFINANCING
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve the repeal of the Fees and Charges for Ottawa Fire Services By-Law 2006-76, as amended, and the re-enactment of the by-law as described in Document 1 and this report, to include the recovery of Ottawa Fire Services Fees and Charges for the use of special equipment and materials in responding to emergencies at residential properties. details AMENDMENTS TO OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES FEES AND CHARGES BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve the By-law Review Framework as outlined in this report. details BY-LAW REVIEW FRAMEWORK
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - GEORGES DASSYLVA PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend City Council approve: 1. A one-time contribution of $35,000 under Section 107 of the Municipal Act, 2001, to Muséoparc Vanier Museopark in support of Vanier’s 50th Anniversary celebrations in 2019; 2. That this contribution be funded in 2019 from the Tax Stabilization Reserve; and, 3. That the funds be allocated within the Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Department budget by the General Manager, Recreation, Cultural and Facilities, for the purpose of and subject to the terms and conditions outlined in this report. details 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS OF VANIER 2019
EPWWM
2019-04-16
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 1, of the meeting of the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management of Tuesday, 19 February 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: Defer to May meeting details EPWWM 02-19 - Single-Use Plastic Bottles at City Facilities
Absent Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 5 APRIL 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: details SOLID WASTE RESIDENTIAL COLLECTION CONTRACTS RENEWAL
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor K. Egli WHEREAS in May 2014, Ottawa City Council approved an updated Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan (AQCCMP), a framework for how Ottawa will mitigate and adapt to climate change over the coming years; and WHEREAS the plan requires that a review and update of the plan occur after five years; and WHEREAS the review and update of the AQCCMP is currently scheduled to be brought forward to the June 2019 Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management; and WHEREAS since the June timeline was proposed, there have been timeline revisions to two corporate initiatives that affect timelines for the AQCCMP review and update. These include: 1. Official Plan Update – The revised timelines for the Official Plan update commit bringing forward draft policy directions by September 2019. These draft policy directions will have a direct influence on the recommendations of the AQCCMP review and update, specifically th details PLANNING, INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 2019 WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: details PLANNING, INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 2019 WORK PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor K Egli WHEREAS the Response to Bee City Motion report (ACS2019-PIE-EDP-0017) outlines how the City and local partners currently support native pollinator health and also proposes new initiatives aimed at enhancing these efforts; and WHEREAS a formal proclamation declaring the City’s support for pollinators, and recognising the benefits provided by pollinators would provide an additional opportunity for education and awareness. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management recommend that the report recommendations be amended to add the following: 4. Direct staff in the Natural Systems and Rural Affairs unit to work with the Mayor’s Office to develop a proclamation declaring an annual Pollinator Appreciation Day or similar occasion in the City of Ottawa starting in 2019. details RESPONSE TO BEE CITY MOTION
Absent Yes Motion To: details RESPONSE TO BEE CITY MOTION
Yes No Motion To: details REQUEST FOR DELAY IN INTRODUCTION OF SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BAGS INTO THE GREEN BIN
Absent Yes Motion To: details CITY OF OTTAWA - DECLARATION OF CLIMATE EMERGENCY
City Council
2019-04-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SETTLEMENT OF APPEALS TO OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 150 NATURAL HERITAGE SYSTEM SCHEDULES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS after consideration of this report by the Finance and Economic Development Committee on April 2, 2019, it was noted that Document 1 (Summary of BIA and Mall Authority Budgets) required an amendment to correct the following section: Kanata North BIA Sources of Financing amount should be broken down as follows: the 2019 proposed levy of four hundred and fifty-one thousand, five hundred dollars ($451,500), less five thousand dollars (-$5,000) for vacancy rebates, and less twenty thousand dollars (-$20,000) for remissions, for a total of four hundred and twenty-six thousand, five hundred dollars ($426,500). THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 1 in the report from Finance and Economic Development Committee be replaced with the revised Document 1 attached to this Motion. details 2019 BUDGETS AND SPECIAL LEVIES FOR BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS AND SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 BUDGETS AND SPECIAL LEVIES FOR BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS AND SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INTERDEPARTMENTAL TASK FORCE ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING NEAR TRANSIT STATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the staff report Zoning By-Law Amendment – 3930 and 3960 Riverside Drive (ACS2019-PIE-PS-0005) identifies transportation improvements south of the proposed new intersection wherein the southbound Riverside Drive right hand turn lane on to Hunt Club Road westbound will be extended northward by over 150 metres, more than doubling existing capacity of the current right-hand turn lane; and WHEREAS the construction of the new signalized intersection and identified right-of-way improvements are to be funded by the developer through a Road Modification Approval process and associated Vacant Land Condominium application; and WHEREAS the transportation related enhancements will also be included within the Draft Plan of Condominium conditions to ensure development of the site is tied to the required transportation infrastructure improvements, and WHEREAS the Development Charge By-law identifies, under ROADS and RELATED SERVICES, a section that deals with development related details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3930 AND 3960 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report for the Zoning By-law Amendment – 5331 Fernbank Road (ACS2019-PIE-PS-0025) contains a location map in Document 1; and WHEREAS there is an error in the property line in the location map, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Council replace the Location Map in Document 1 with the attached location map. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that pursuant to the Planning Act, Subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5331 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5331 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report for the Zoning By-law Amendment – 429 MacLaren Street (ACS2019-PIE-PS-0027) specifies the amending zoning details in Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning; and WHEREAS Document 2 is missing a provision in the details under number 2., THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Council add an additional sub-letter to number 2, letter “c” with: c. In Column V, add the following text, “The uses listed in Column III are limited to a building that existed as of the date of the passing of this by-law”. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BYLAW AMENDMENT - 429 MACLAREN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BYLAW AMENDMENT - 429 MACLAREN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EXEMPTION TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW - MURAL AT 13 O'MEARA AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PARK & CYCLE STUDY AND PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ENHANCEMENTS TO THE TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AREA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (ATM) PROGRAM UPDATE: ATM PROCESS UPDATE AND TRAFFIC CALMING DESIGN GUIDELINES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ROAD ACTIVITY BY-LAW - PHASE ONE AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO BIKE SHARING AGREEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTALLATION OF BIKE RACKS AT BUS STOPS - EXTENSION OF PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2019 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AMENDMENTS TO THE ENGINEER'S REPORT O'KEEFE MUNICIPAL DRAIN BLOCK C, STATION 0+000 TO 0+234
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DISPOSITION OF 2018 TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS / DEFICIT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REPORT ON BUDGET EXPENSES PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 284/09
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA 2019 MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN (COMAP) UPDATE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2018 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND ARCHIVES ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2723 LANCASTER ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 380 ROLLING MEADOWS CRESCENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 536 ROCHESTER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GREATER OTTAWA HOMEOWNERSHIP DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR 6208 JEANNE D'ARC BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REVISED WORKPLAN FOR THE NEW OFFICIAL PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2018 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO THE BUILDING CODE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PROPERTY ACQUISITION - FUTURE FERNBANK PARK AND RIDE - ABBOTT-FERNBANK HOLDINGS INC.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CENTRAL PARK DRIVE SPEED REDUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 27, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, in order to ensure compliance with applicable by-laws for the mural on 405 Donald B. Munro Drive, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS a mural on the exterior wall containing the main entrance to the building is not permitted by section 142(3) of the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law 2016-326; and WHEREAS the owner of 405 Donald B. Munro and the Carp Village BIA wish to commission artist Candice Wei to paint a mural scene to beautify the Village of Carp and represent the strong agricultural history of the area. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve an exemption to Section 143(2) of the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law 2016-326, as amended, to permit a mural on the exterior wall containing the main entrance to the building, that is, the north wall at 405 Donald B. Munro Drive. details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, in order to ensure compliance with applicable by-laws for the mural on 405 Donald B. Munro Drive, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS a mural on the exterior wall containing the main entrance to the building is not permitted by section 142(3) of the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law 2016-326; and WHEREAS the owner of 405 Donald B. Munro and the Carp Village BIA wish to commission artist Candice Wei to paint a mural scene to beautify the Village of Carp and represent the strong agricultural history of the area. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve an exemption to Section 143(2) of the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law 2016-326, as amended, to permit a mural on the exterior wall containing the main entrance to the building, that is, the north wall at 405 Donald B. Munro Drive. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, 1st and 2nd Reading, be read; and That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Three Readings, be read and passed. details Councillors C. McKenney and J. Sudds
City Council
2019-03-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS 1. That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for part of 2596 Carp Road to permit a concrete batching plant with an increased maximum height of 24 metres as a permitted use on the Subject Property and to re zone a portion of the Huntley Creek meanderbelt as open space while allowing for the continued use of an existing building as an office, as detailed in Document 2 as amended by the following: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2596 CARP ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 103A CRICHTON STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 518 MARIPOSA CRESCENT, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund is generated through a voluntary accessibility surcharge provided by private transportation companies (PTCs); AND WHEREAS Council directed staff in April 2016 to negotiate a surcharge with PTCs who do not provide fully accessible services; AND WHEREAS staff negotiated a voluntary accessibility surcharge of $0.07 with licensed PTCs; AND WHEREAS, as set out in the April 2016 Report to Council, KPMG recommended a surcharge of $0.30; AND WHEREAS the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund public consultations resulted in 33 ideas from the public to spend these funds; AND WHEREAS three ideas will be funded through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund – Allocation Plan report, if approved; AND WHEREAS additional accessible service could be funded with increased funds; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the General Manager, Emergency and Protective Services be directed to re-negotiate the accessibility surcharge with Private Transportatio details VEHICLE-FOR-HIRE ACCESSIBILITY FUND - ALLOCATION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUB-COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 7065 SNAKE ISLAND ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2018 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 300 MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 6, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the receipt of a briefing from the City Manager with respect to the City’s succession plan and organizational alignment, and the consideration of any associated motions and recommendations by Council in open session; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that City Council resolve In Camera pursuant to the Procedure By-law 2019-8, Subsections 13.(1)(b) personal matters about an identifiable individual, including staff; 13.(1)(d) labour relations or employee negotiations in order to receive a briefing from the City Manager with respect to the City’s succession plan and organizational alignment details MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on March 20, 2019, the City Manager announced the pending retirements of two of the City’s General Managers on the Senior Leadership Team; and WHEREAS on March 27, 2019, City Council received a presentation on the succession planning at the senior management level by the City Manager, which streamlines the City of Ottawa’s organizational structure for the effective and efficient delivery of services that is in keeping with Council’s priority for a proactive succession management program; and WHEREAS the City Manager has also provided an overview of a new organizational alignment on areas within his delegated authority, which included personal matters about identifiable individuals as well as employee and labour relations; THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council receive the City of Ottawa’s succession planning for the senior management level and new organizational structure as presented by the City Manager at the City Council meeting of March 27, 2019, and a details MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) would like to use firework related smoke devices at Ottawa Fury Games at TD Place and; WHEREAS OSEG has developed procedures to ensure the safety of staff and patrons of the events and; WHEREAS the City of Ottawa prohibits the use of smoke devices in By-law No. 2003-237, being the Fireworks By-law and; WHEREAS OSEG has used smoke devices in 2017 and 2018 with prior approval by City Council and received no complaints and; WHEREAS Ottawa Fire Services has been consulted on the smoke devices and believes these devices can be used safely; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa grant an exemption to By-law No. 2003-237 to the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (“OSEG”), to allow for the use of smoke devices for Fury Games starting April 1, 2019 until December 31, 2022, for home games and playoff games, if required, and granting OSEG an exemption from Section 17 of the By-law, which requires a permit applica details
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) would like to use firework related smoke devices at Ottawa Fury Games at TD Place and; WHEREAS OSEG has developed procedures to ensure the safety of staff and patrons of the events and; WHEREAS the City of Ottawa prohibits the use of smoke devices in By-law No. 2003-237, being the Fireworks By-law and; WHEREAS OSEG has used smoke devices in 2017 and 2018 with prior approval by City Council and received no complaints and; WHEREAS Ottawa Fire Services has been consulted on the smoke devices and believes these devices can be used safely; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa grant an exemption to By-law No. 2003-237 to the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (“OSEG”), to allow for the use of smoke devices for Fury Games starting April 1, 2019 until December 31, 2022, for home games and playoff games, if required, and granting OSEG an exemption from Section 17 of the By-law, which requires a permit applica details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as it impacts the timing of tendering of the project and the ability to commence construction this year. WHEREAS the City is undertaking the revitalization of Montreal Road between North River Road and St. Laurent Boulevard, a traditional mainstreet as established in the City of Ottawa’s Official Plan; and WHEREAS the project is expected to be tendered this spring following the last public open house with the community to be held in April 2019, and, as such, time is of the essence to consider this motion as it will impact the design; and WHEREAS the 2006 Council approved Urban Design Guidelines for Traditional Mainstreets recommend the provision of unobstructed 2-metre wide sidewalks, and the 2016 Council approved Accessibility Design Guidelines require a minimum clear width of 1.8 metres; and WHEREAS through the detailed design, a clear sidewalk path of travel of 1.8 metres cannot be achieved due to details
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as it impacts the timing of tendering of the project and the ability to commence construction this year. WHEREAS the City is undertaking the revitalization of Montreal Road between North River Road and St. Laurent Boulevard, a traditional mainstreet as established in the City of Ottawa’s Official Plan; and WHEREAS the project is expected to be tendered this spring following the last public open house with the community to be held in April 2019, and, as such, time is of the essence to consider this motion as it will impact the design; and WHEREAS the 2006 Council approved Urban Design Guidelines for Traditional Mainstreets recommend the provision of unobstructed 2-metre wide sidewalks, and the 2016 Council approved Accessibility Design Guidelines require a minimum clear width of 1.8 metres; and WHEREAS through the detailed design, a clear sidewalk path of travel of 1.8 metres cannot be achieved due to details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-03-21
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 1 - 21 February 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details LIFESAVING SOCIETY - RESCUE AWARD OF MERIT
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 12 MARCH 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the allocation of fees generated through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund to the initiatives described in this report; 2. Delegate authority to the General Manager, Emergency and Protective Services to adjust the annual allocation of fees generated through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund as necessary and as described in this report and as recommended by the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund Steering Committee; 3. Delegate authority to the Director, By-law and Regulatory Services, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to negotiate, finalize and execute voluntary accessibility surcharges with Private Transportation Companies. details VEHICLE-FOR-HIRE ACCESSIBILITY FUND - ALLOCATION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor K. Egli WHEREAS public consultations identified ideas for the allocation of fees generated through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund; AND WHEREAS one of the recommendations of the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Steering Committee is the creation of a Para Transpo Smartphone application; AND WHEREAS Transportation Services has indicated that the creation of Para Transpo Smartphone application is feasible without the use of fees generated through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund; AND WHEREAS Transportation Services has indicated a report to the Transit Commission in late 2019 will outline a plan for the creation of a Para Transpo Smartphone application; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that no funds from the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund be allocated to the creation of the Para Transpo Smartphone application. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services be given the delegated authority details VEHICLE-FOR-HIRE ACCESSIBILITY FUND - ALLOCATION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: 3. Delegate authority to the Director, By-law and Regulatory Services, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to negotiate, finalize and execute voluntary accessibility surcharges with Private Transportation Companies. 2. Delegate authority to the General Manager, Emergency and Protective Services to adjust the annual allocation of fees generated through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund as necessary and as described in this report and as recommended by the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund Steering Committee; That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the allocation of fees generated through the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund to the initiatives described in this report; details VEHICLE-FOR-HIRE ACCESSIBILITY FUND - ALLOCATION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details ADJOURNMENT
Transit Commission
2019-03-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details READY FOR RAIL O-TRAIN CONFEDERATION LINE OPERATIONAL READINESS
Yes Yes Motion To: details FARE STRATEGIES TO INCREASE TRANSIT RIDERSHIP CONSISTENT WITH THE CITY'S TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN
Yes No Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun recommande au Conseil d’approuver que la proposition du Comité du transport des aînés d’Ottawa (Conseil sur le vieillissement) concernant la sélection de la journée de gratuité du transport en commun soit transmise au personnel d’OC Transpo, qui l’étudiera et rendra compte de ses délibérations à la Commission du transport en commun. That the Transit Commission recommend Council approve that the Ottawa Seniors Transportation Committee (Council on Aging) proposal “Pick Your Ride-Free Day” be referred to OC Transpo staff for analysis and report back to the Transit Commission. details OTTAWA SENIORS TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE PROPOSAL (COUNCIL ON AGING):' PICK YOUR RIDE-FREE DAY
No No Motion To: That the Transit Commission: 1. Direct OC Transpo to provide for the Transit Commission’s consideration and approval the Fall Transit Service Schedule, the Winter Transit Service Schedule and the Summer Transit Service Schedule, to be recommended for approval by City Council; and details SERVICE SCHEDULING / REGULAR PROVISION OF ACCOUNTABILITY/PERFORMANCE REPORTS TO TRANSIT COMMISSION
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-03-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 1 - Monday, February 11, 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 103A, rue Crichton, conformément aux plans préparés par Urbankeios en date du 30 janvier 2019 et reçus le 1er février 2019; 2. de déléguer au directeur général de planification, infrastructure et développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception; 3. de délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine et de fixer sa date d’expiration à deux ans après la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 2 mai 2019.) Nota : L’approbation de la demande de modification aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario ne signifie pas pour autant qu’elle satisfait aux conditions de délivrance d’un permis de construire.) That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend details Application for New Construction at 103A Crichton Street, a Property Designated Under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act and Located in the New Edinburgh Heritage Conservation District
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de démolition du bâtiment situé au 518, croissant Mariposa, reçue le 7 janvier 2019; 2. d’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 518, croissant Mariposa, conformément aux plans élaborés par Andre Godin, datés du 20 décembre 2018 et reçus le 7 janvier 2019; 3. d’approuver la conception paysagère de la propriété située au 518, croissant Mariposa, conformément aux plans élaborés par Gino Aiello, architecte paysagiste, datés du 19 décembre 2018 et reçus le 7 janvier 2019; 4. de déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception; 5. de délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance, sauf si le permis est prolongé par le Conseil municipal avant sa date d’échéance details Application for Demolition and New Construction at 518 Mariposa Crescent, a Property Designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act and Located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District
Absent Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee suspend the Rules of Procedure to receive an oral update from staff with respect to Magee House (1119 Wellington Street West) and to dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this update so that the Committee may receive a prompt update on this property. details UPDATE ON MAGEE HOUSE - 1119 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Absent Yes Motion To: details ADJOURNMENT
City Council
2019-03-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Committee of Adjustment’s 2019 Draft Operating Estimates were tabled at the City Council meeting of February 6, 2019 as part of the 2019 Draft Budget; and WHEREAS the fees charged for Committee of Adjustment applications includes the portion charged to recover Committee of Adjustment Expenses, as shown in the Committee of Adjustment Budget, as well as well as a Planning Review fee charged by Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development and contained in the Planning Committee Budget; WHEREAS the Committee of Adjustment User Fee Schedule included an effective date of March 7, 2019, and the other planning application fees contained in the Planning Committee Budget have an effective date of April 1, 2019; and WHEREAS in order to avoid confusion for the public and minimize clerical and administrative inefficiencies, it would be preferable to have these fee changes take effect on the same date; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the draft Committee of Adjustment User details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council approved a long-term community target to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 80% below 2012 baseline levels by 2050; and WHEREAS GHG inventories provide insight into potential emissions reduction opportunities, highlighting the most significant sources of emissions and key opportunities for reductions; and WHEREAS the City has already committed to completing a corporate GHG inventory annually as part of the 2014 Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan (AQCCMP) and a member of EnviroCentre’s Carbon 613 program; and WHEREAS the City has already committed to completing a community-wide greenhouse gas inventory every four years as part of the 2014 AQCCMP and the 2016 commitment to the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy; and WHEREAS City staff are expected to provide an update on the 2014 AQCCMP, which is to include an assessment of the frequency of undertaking and reporting on GHG inventories, in Q2 2019; and WHEREAS staff estimate a c details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City’s Urban Forest Management Plan was approved in June 2017 and the plan identified the need for improved tree protection and tree by-law enforcement in the urban area; AND WHEREAS construction and development has outpaced expectations in the inner urban area leading to the need for additional tree by-law enforcement measures; AND WHEREAS there has been substantial tree loss in Ottawa’s inner urban area in the last decade; AND WHEREAS a review of the City’s tree by-laws is currently underway and not scheduled for completion until early 2020; AND WHEREAS the Mayor underlined the importance of tree protection and using the City’s full abilities to issue fines under our tree by-laws in his 2019 State of the City Address; BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED THAT Council support the addition of one temporary position in 2019, which will be funded through internal vacancies, dedicated to enforcing tree protection under the City’s tree by-laws (Municipal Trees and Natu details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on March 5, 2019 the Finance and Economic Development Committee approved a motion to reduce the one-time funding contribution from the City’s Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund to the Ottawa Police Services by $2.4M, and accordingly allocate $2 million to Affordable Housing and $395,000 to Cultural and Recreation Community grants (as set out in Item 4 on Council’s Roadmap Motion for Consideration of the 2019 Budget); and WHEREAS the amount to be allocated to for Cultural and Recreation Community grants was intended to be $400,000, which when added to the $2 Million for Affordable housing adds up to the $2.4 Million now available from the Reserve; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Finance and Economic Development Committee Recommendation (Item 4 on the Roadmap Motion) be amended to replace $395,0000 with $400,000. details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the LRT handover deadline has been extended by RTG, and WHEREAS transit users have experienced a very difficult year in anticipation of the launch of LRT, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City staff report back on any potential delay of the LRT Stage 1 launch date and report back to the Transit Commission and Council on how the remaining transit fares could be frozen and funded to correspond with that future launch date. details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the EquiPass, Community Bus Pass and Access Pass are limited to persons on low incomes; and WHEREAS the proposed 2.5% fare increase in the 2019 City Budget would provide hardship for these low-income persons; and WHEREAS these passes are subsidized by Community and Social Services and the revenue associated with the 2.5% increase from the currently unsubsidized portion is $81K; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the fare structure proposed in the Transit Commission 2019 Budget be amended so that the EquiPass, the Community Bus Pass and Access Pass remain at 2018 fare levels and that the Community Bus Passes and EquiPass Program be increased by $81K and that this be paid for from an increase to Investment Income – Page 108 FEDCO Budget. details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, on March 1, 2019, the Transportation Committee received and the draft 2019 Operating and Capital Budgets; and, WHEREAS, the Traffic Services User Fees on p. 23 and p. 24 did not include an inflationary adjustment; and, WHEREAS, the staff cost of providing the service has increased by 2%; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transportation Committee 2019 budget be amended, with the result being that the Traffic Services revenue budget be increase by $19,000 and that the increased revenue be allocated to the Tax Stabilization Reserve. details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS on Friday, February 22, 2019, the Report titled: Contract Award of Ottawa’s Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Projects and Related matters was first made public; and WHEREAS, Council is being asked to receive the results of the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project on March 6, 2019; and WHEREAS, Council is being asked to approve the Report recommendations for Stage 2 LRT on March 6th; and WHEREAS this 12-day timeframe does not allow for meaningful consultation with the residents of Ottawa; and WHEREAS there are significant outstanding questions from both Councillors and residents about some of the report’s implications; and WHEREAS the commercial close deadline for the Trillium Line is Friday, March 29th, 2019; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report be deferred until the Council meeting of Wednesday, March 27th, 2019. details CONTRACT AWARD OF OTTAWA'S STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PROJECTS AND RELATED MATTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: 2. That, at its regular meeting of March 6, 2019, City Council: a. Receive the results of the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Stage 2 Ottawa Light Rail Transit project, as described in this report and as overseen by a Fairness Commissioner, and related matters, including the status associated with the Environmental Assessments and approvals, and the progress achieved to date through the Memorandum of Understanding related to vehicles and maintenance for the Confederation Line East and West, as described in this report; b. Approve the selection of TransitNEXT as the Preferred Proponent to design, build, finance and maintain the Trillium Line Extension Project, including the bundled projects and civic works, in the manner described in this report, including as follows: i. The Trillium Line Extension Project; ii. The bundled projects and civic works as follows: the Ellwood Diamond Grade Separation; the Rideau River Pedestrian Bridge; the Dow’s Lake Tunnel Rehabilitation; details CONTRACT AWARD OF OTTAWA'S STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PROJECTS AND RELATED MATTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 54 Louisa to permit a temporary parking lot and temporary parking garage, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 54 LOUISA STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2019-PIE-PS-0023 recommends Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 807 River Road and 4720 Spratt Road; and WHEREAS Document 2 incorrectly references 4650 Spratt Road, 4800 Spratt Road and an unaddressed parcel between River Road and Southbridge Street; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that Document 2 be amended by replacing “4650 Spratt Road, 4800 Spratt Road and an unaddressed parcel between River Road and Southbridge Street” with the following: “807 River Road and 4720 Spratt Road” BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4650 SPRATT ROAD, 4800 SPRATT ROAD AND AN UNADDRESSED PARCEL BETWEEN RIVER ROAD AND SOUTHBRIDGE STREET
City Council
2019-02-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION - CONFIRMATION OF RE-ELECTION OF CHAIR
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BOARD ACTIVITY, TRAINING & PERFORMANCE: 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa, being the sole voting member of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation (the “Corporation”), consents to the holding of and waives notice of this meeting and consents to the transaction of such business as may come before the meeting or any adjournment thereof; and WHEREAS Section 285 of the Ontario Corporations Act permits a corporation to increase or decrease the number of its directors by special resolution; WHEREAS Section 129 of the Ontario Corporations Act provides that the members must confirm, reject, amend or otherwise deal with any by-law passed by the directors; and WHEREAS Section 3.01 of By-Law #1 of the Corporation, a copy of which is held on file with the City Clerk, provides that there shall be on the Board of Directors a minimum of five (5) City Council Directors; and WHEREAS on December 12, 2018 Ottawa City Council approved the recommendations of the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review Report with respect to the co details APPOINTMENTS TO THE OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE RIDEAU VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO SOUTH NATION CONSERVATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING FEBRUARY 22, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SITE PLAN CONTROL PROCESS AND FEES REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1500 THOMAS ARGUE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2800 MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS AMENDMENTS Q1 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee Terms of Reference lists “heritage” as one of the issues that fall within the mandate of the Committee; and WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee, which does not report to CPSC, continues to have oversight for matters related to Built Heritage, and matters related to the Ontario Heritage Act; and WHEREAS the Specific Responsibilities section of the CPSC Terms of Reference already specify that the this committee will continue to have responsibility for developing partnerships with, and provide funding to, community groups in the recreation, arts, heritage and cultural sectors; as well as providing overall guidance and direction on matters related to Arts, Cultural Affairs and Museums; THEREFORE be it resolved that the Mandate section of the Terms of Reference be revised to replace “parks, recreation, cultural programming, heritage” with “parks, recreation, cultural, museum and heritage programming”, to cla details COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on February 19, 2019 the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management on February 19, 2019 approved appointments to the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee (ESAC); and WHEREAS the report explained that the Selection Panel was requesting waiver of Section 2.6 of the Appointment Policy in order to allow Mr. Bill Eggertson to continue to serve simultaneously on ESAC and the Planning Advisory Committee; and to waive Section 2.1 of the Appointment Policy in order for returning member Mr. Kris Nanda to serve for the full 4 year term as he has already served 6 years and as per the Appointment Policy would only be eligible to serve an added 2 years; and WHEREAS Council approval is required to waive these Appointment Policy requirements; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council waive the Appointment Policy requirements for Mr. Eggertson and Mr. Nanda as set out above for the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MOTION - STUMP GRINDING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the BIA Board of Management Appointments Report was approved at the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting on February 12, 2019; and WHEREAS on February 22, 2019, Economic Development staff were provided with the minutes of the Kanata Central BIA Annual General Meeting of January 28, 2019; and WHEREAS the Kanata Central BIA Board members listed in the above report did not include Morgan Smith, who was confirmed as a member at the BIA Board Meeting; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the addition of Morgan Smith to the Kanata Central Board of Directors. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2018 - 2022 TERMS OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Amendments to the Barrhaven Business Improvement Area Board of Management were approved at the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting on February 12, 2019; and WHEREAS subsequent to Committee consideration, on February 26, 2019 the Barrhaven BIA approved a resolution to amend the BIA’s Constitution to allow up to 3 Councillors to serve on the Board; and WHEREAS Councillor Moffatt has expressed interest in serving on the Board as Barrhaven continues to grow south into Ward 21; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 1 be amended to specify that the composition of the Barrhaven BIA Board of Management shall be thirteen (13) members, three (3) of which shall be Members of Council; and BE IT FURTHER resolved that Council approve the appointment of Councillor Moffatt to the Barrhaven BIA Board of Management. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2018 - 2022 TERMS OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA NEXT: BEYOND 2036
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 180 APPEAL SETTLEMENT - KANATA WEST
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MOTION - CITY APPEAL TO MINISTERIAL MODIFICATION #2 TO OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT #180 (OPA 180)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TRANSIT COMMISSION - TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TENTATIVE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 5500 (CUPE 5500) - IN CAMERA - REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON RATIFICATION BY COUNCIL OF THE AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE MOHR'S LANDING / QUYON PORT AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RURAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2368 CHURCH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE PROPERTY STANDARDS AND LICENSE APPEALS COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP CAPITAL PROGRAMS SUMMARY OF FUNDING ALLOCATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE SHAW CENTRE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2280 CITY PARK DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 301 PALLADIUM DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SETTLEMENT OF APPEAL 2 TO OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 180
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PLANNING COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JANUARY 30, 2019
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion in advance of International Women’s Day, as advanced notice could not be given due to the cancellation of the February 13th Council meeting. WHEREAS in 1910 women delegates from around the world met in Copenhagen to propose that Women’s Day become an international event to promote equal rights for women; and WHEREAS the first International Women’s Day was held in 1911; and WHEREAS in 1977, the United Nations officially called for all countries to mark a day for the recognition of women's economic, political and social achievements; and WHEREAS we are witnessing a significant rise in women’s activism and a deepening resolve to reject gender discrimination in all forms; and WHEREAS every year thousands of events are held around the world to inspire, celebrate and honour women. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council declare Friday, March 8, 2019, to be International Women’s Day in the details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Community and Protective Services Committee
2019-02-21
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 36 - 20 September 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Community and Protective Services Committee 2019 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. 37); b) Security and Emergency Management, as follows: i) User Fees (P. 39); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (P. 38); c) Fire Services, as follows: i) User fees (p. 41 - 43); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 40); d) Paramedic Service, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 45); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 44); e) By-Law and Regulatory Services, as follows: i) User fees (p. 47-55); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 46). f) Public Policy Development –Operating Resource Requirement (p. 56) 2. Community and Social Services Budget, as follows: a) General Manager’s Office and Business Support S details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO THE ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO THE ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO THE PROPERTY STANDARDS AND LICENSE APPEALS COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP CAPITAL PROGRAMS SUMMARY OF FUNDING ALLOCATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ACCOUNTABILITY AGREEMENTS WITH THE CHAMPLAIN LOCAL HEALTH INTEGRATION NETWORK (LHIN)
Transit Commission
2019-02-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 31, of the Transit Commission meeting of Wednesday, 19 September 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION MOTIONS AND INQUIRIES FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 8 FEBRUARY 2019
EPWWM
2019-02-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - TERMS OF REFERENCE
Absent Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT - INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 FEBRUARY 2019
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Terms of Reference of the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee state that the membership shall include one (1) Member of Council in a liaison capacity; and WHEREAS at its meeting of December 5, 2018, Council approved the “2018-2022 Council Governance Review report” (ACS2018-CCS-GEN-0028), which recommended that the Advisory Committee Council Liaison role of each committee be open to any interested member of the parent Standing Committee, to be appointed by the Standing Committee at its first meeting of 2019; and WHEREAS in response to the circulation undertaken by the City Clerk and Solicitor, Councillor Shawn Menard has expressed his interest in serving as the Councillor Liaison for the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management appoint Councillor Shawn Menard to serve as its liaison Member for the 2018-2022 Term of Council. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2019 Draft Budget includes Integrated Roads, Water and Wastewater Capital projects that are funded partially through the Transportation Committee Budget (the Roads portion) and partially through the Rate-supported Budget; and WHEREAS, while these projects were included in the Transportation Committee budget book, but the rate-supported funding for these integrated water and wastewater projects were inadvertently omitted from the rate-supported budget book that was tabled at Council and is before the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management receive and consider the attached amended pages of the draft 2019 Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management, Rate-Supported Budget, as follows: • Amended Pages 23-25b – Capital Funding Summary • Amended Pages 115-119B - Capital Forecast Summary details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: TAX That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management 2019 Tax-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1. Infrastructure Services as follows: a. User Fees (p. 9); b. Operating Resource Requirement (p. 8). 2. Resliliency and Natural Systems Policy Operating Resource Requirement (p. 10); 3. Solid Waste Services as follows: a. User Fees (pp. 12-13); b. Operating Resource Requirements (p. 11); 4. Forestry Services as follows: a. User Fees (p. 15); b. Operating Resource Requirement (p. 14). 5. Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Capital Budget p. 16 (individual projects listed pp. 34-35, pp. 37-45). details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: RATE That the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management 2019 Rate-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, including amended pages 23-25B and 115-119B, as follows: 1. Drinking Water Services as follows: a. User Fees (pp. 9-13); b. Operating Resource Requirement (p. 8). 2. Wastewater Services as follows: a. User Fees (pp. 15-17) b. Operating Resource Requirement (p. 14); 3. Stormwater Services as follows: a. User Fees (pp. 19-22); b. Operating Resource Requirements (p. 18); 4. The Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Rate-Supported Capital Budget (pp. 23-25B, as amended, individual projects listed on pp. 39-64, 66-69, 71-92 and 94-114). details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, on February 19, 2019, the Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management Committee is considering the draft 2019 Rate Supported Services Operating and Capital Budgets; and, WHEREAS, the Stormwater Services budget includes an overall revenue increase of 13% to cover the costs of the full capital and operating Stormwater Services program, as approved in the Long-Range Financial Plan for Rate Supported Services; and WHEREAS, the recommended 13% revenue increase to cover program costs would result in an increase of 10.8% for Stormwater ratepayers; and WHEREAS staff has advised that a 1% reduction in the Stormwater rate could be achieved if the Stormwater Services budget was reduced by $410,000; and WHEREAS staff has advised that a reduction of $410,000 in the overall stormwater capital program could be accommodated without a major impact in stormwater services; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Manage details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Phase 1 of Energy Evolution: Ottawa’s Community Energy Transition Strategy was approved by Council on December 13, 2017 (ACS2017-PIE-EDP-0048). It framed the beginning of a strategy for Ottawa and approved a three-year action plan designed to manage energy consumption, promote the use of renewable energy and advance local economic development opportunities in Ottawa.; and WHEREAS on December 13, 2017 Council approved by way of motion that: “City 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.” WHEREAS in June 2018 Council approved the Energy Evolution: Ottawa’s Community Energy Transition Strategy, Phase 2 Update details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - STANDING COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law (being By-law NO 2019-8), the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management approve that the Rules of Procedure be waived to allow for the consideration of the item listed as: IPD B - URBAN FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE AND IMPLEMENTATION (ACS2019-PIE-EDP-0012) details URBAN FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE AND
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2019-02-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Member C. Quinn WHEREAS a heritage survey form provides information on a property’s Design/Physical Value, Associative/Historical Value and Contextual Value, according to the criteria outlined in Regulation 09/06 for designation under the Ontario Heritage Act; and, WHEREAS the heritage survey form for the Booth Street Complex was not available when the Agenda for this meeting was distributed, and was distributed separately at a later time; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend the report to add Document 12 – Heritage Survey Form as a supporting document to the report. details Designation of the Booth Street Complex, 552-568 Booth Street and 405 Rochester Street, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee amend this report such that the following is added at the end of Document 10 – Statement of Cultural Heritage Value: “The interiors of all buildings are excluded from this designation.” details Designation of the Booth Street Complex, 552-568 Booth Street and 405 Rochester Street, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the Booth Street Complex, 552-568 Booth Street and 405 Rochester Street, as a property of cultural heritage value under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, attached as Document 10. details Designation of the Booth Street Complex, 552-568 Booth Street and 405 Rochester Street, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act
City Council
2019-02-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor’s remarks given at the City Council meeting on February 6, 2019, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details MAYOR'S BUDGET ADDRESS
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU RAPPORT 1. Que le Conseil municipal reçoive et dépose les budgets provisoires de fonctionnement et d’immobilisations de 2019 à sa réunion du 6 mars 2019 et qu’il les examine subséquemment en comité plénier le 6 mars 2019. 2. Que le Conseil municipal transmette les parties pertinentes des budgets de fonctionnement et d’immobilisations de 2019 à chaque comité permanent du Conseil, Sous-comité de la technologie de l’information et à la Commission du transport en commun pour que ces derniers les examinent subséquemment et formulent des recommandations au Conseil en comité plénier le 6 mars 2019. REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS 1. That City Council receive and table the Draft 2019 Operating and Capital Budgets at its meeting of February 6, 2019 for subsequent consideration by Council in Committee of the Whole to be held March 6, 2019. 2. That City Council refer the relevant portions of the 2019 Operating and Capital Budgets to each Standing Committ details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA 2019 DRAFT BUDGET
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD - 2019 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY:' 2019 DRAFT BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details FTE ANALYSIS REPORT - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2019 MUNICIPAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT PLAN - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE BUDGET ESTIMATES
City Council
2019-01-30
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARATION OF VACANT OFFICE ON COUNCIL - WARD 13 (RIDEAU-ROCKCLIFFE) AND RELATED MATTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD
No Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU RAPPORT Que, suite aux délibérations du jury de sélection, le Conseil municipal approuve : 1. les nominations suivantes à la Commission du transport en commun, tous les mandats entrant en vigueur à l’approbation par le Conseil, pour le mandat du Conseil 2018-2022 : Anthony Carricato Michael Olsen Leah Williams Sarah Wright-Gilbert 2. la réserve ouverte de membres suivante à partir de laquelle le jury de sélection pourrait formuler des recommandations quant aux personnes à nommer si un poste devait être comblé lors du mandat 2018-2022 du Conseil : André Bergeron Brian Innes John Marshall Caterina Ositashvili REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That, further to deliberations of the Selection Panel, Council approve: 1. The following appointments to the Transit Commission, all terms to be effective upon Council approval, for the 2018-2022 Term of Council: Anthony Carricato Michael Olsen Leah Williams Sarah Wright-Gilbert 2. The following unranked pool of rese details APPOINTMENTS TO THE TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas Planning Committee considered a report with respect to a proposed rezoning of 180 Island Park Drive; and Whereas the staff recommendation for the rezoning was lost at Committee; and Whereas to establish a Council position it is necessary that a recommendation by adopted by Council; and Whereas if a rezoning is refused reasons must be provided; Therefore Be It Resolved That Council adopt the following in respect of the application for rezoning for 180 Island Park Drive (Planning Committee Report 1, Item 5 on the City Council Agenda): 1. That the application for a rezoning for 180 Island Park Drive is refused. 2. That the reasons for the refusal are the following: a. The existing zoning is consistent with the Provincial Policy Statement; b. The existing zoning conforms to the Official Plan; c. The proposed zoning does not meet the intent of the purpose of the R1 zones as expressed in the purpose provision for the R1 zone in the zoning by-law; d. An employment use in th details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 ISLAND PARK DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2983 AND 3053 NAVAN ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MOTION - COUNCIL RESOLUTION REGARDING SECTION 45 OF THE PLANNING ACT, IN RESPECT OF 168 DALY AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5035, 5045 AND 5055 INNOVATION DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 575 DEALERSHIP DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details O-TRAIN NETWORK DEVELOPMENT ZONE OF INFLUENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Alta Vista is home to two properties owned by the Government of Canada, the Federal Study Centre located at 1495 Heron Road and an undeveloped property at 530 Tremblay Road; and WHEREAS the Federal Study Centre, approximately 17 acres in size, is located on the north side of Heron Road abutting City-owned green spaces and the homes in Guildwood Estates; and WHEREAS the Government of Canada’s property on Tremblay Road, approximately 26 acres in size, is located on the south side of Tremblay Road at the intersection of St-Laurent Boulevard and abuts the homes in Eastway Gardens; and WHEREAS the Federal Study Centre pavilions are currently vacant and being prepared for disposal; and WHEREAS the Tremblay Road lands are vacant and have significant potential for intensification due to the size and location of the site; and WHEREAS the federal government’s intent is to transfer the Federal Study Centre to Canada Lands Company for redevelopment (a federal Crown corporati details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
No Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment and Climate Protection Committee be renamed the Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Management; and details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a Climate Impact lens be considered for the template for all Standing Committee reports and that this consideration be referred to the Mid-term Governance Review; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a comprehensive review of all lenses be included in the Mid-term Governance Review so as to ensure efficient and meaningful reporting to Committees and Council. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2018-12-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS OF SPORTS COMMISSIONER AND COUNCIL LIAISONS - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve the additional appointment of Councillor Stephen Blais to the Planning Committee for the 2018-2022 Term of Council. details APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes No Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council amend the report’s recommendation to include Brockington and Menard as members of the Planning Committee for the 2018-2022 term of Council. details APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
No Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO EXTERNAL AGENCIES - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council, with three quarters of Members present and voting, approve the appointment of Councillor Scott Moffatt to the Planning Advisory Committee as the representative of ARAC details APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2018-2022 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 2 be amended to remove the words “which will provide additional service in growth areas”, and read as follows: 3. That the budget allocation for Transit services be based on a 3.5 per cent increase to the Transit levy. details PROPOSED 2019 BUDGET DIRECTION, TIMELINE AND CONSULTATION PROCESS
No Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve the directions and timetable for developing and approving the 2019 budget as outlined in the report: 1. That the tax supported levies, which includes funding for the Police, Library and Public Health, excluding Transit, be increased by no more than 3 per cent for 2019 and that Council request that the Police, Library, and Public Health Boards develop their draft budgets based on their pro-rated share of this tax increase. details PROPOSED 2019 BUDGET DIRECTION, TIMELINE AND CONSULTATION PROCESS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details PROPOSED 2019 BUDGET DIRECTION, TIMELINE AND CONSULTATION PROCESS
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF NOVEMBER 28, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following Motion in order to ratify the collective agreements, which have already been ratified by the Union membership: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa (the City) and the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1760 (ATU 1760) have committed to working collaboratively to resolve issues of mutual concern in the workplace; and WHEREAS the collective agreements between the City and the ATU 1760 expired on December 31, 2017; and WHEREAS the bargaining teams for the City and the ATU 1760 have been in negotiations in an effort to conclude a renewal of the collective agreements on mutually-agreeable terms; and WHEREAS the City and ATU 1670 bargaining teams concluded tentative agreements on November 7, 2018, subject to ratification by the ATU 1760 membership and City Council; and WHEREAS the ATU 1760 membership has ratified the tentative agreements; and WHEREAS the tentative agreements are affordable and fair to taxpayers and our employe details TENTATIVE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS WITH AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION, LOCAL 1760 (ATU 1760) - IN CAMERA - REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON RATIFICATION BY COUNCIL OF THE AGREEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a community based organizing committee has been struck to plan improvements to Centennial Park in Manotick; and WHEREAS the first phase in the plan toward upgraded outdoor recreation facilities is to develop an updated concept plan for the park; and WHEREAS the concept plan will lay out the plans for improved skate park, outdoor rink and basketball park; and WHEREAS the Georgina Falls Trust Fund was established for the purposes of funding improvements to the Manotick Arena and Centennial Park such as the aforementioned plans; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that $5,500 be transferred from the Georgina Falls Trust Fund to the Manotick Culture, Parks and Recreation Association, for the purposes of developing a concept plan for Centennial Park in Manotick. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN*
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the McArthur Avenue Improvement Plan was recently completed and provides much-needed bike lanes that are used by residents in all seasons throughout the year; and WHEREAS failure to clear the McArthur Avenue bike lanes would result in accessibility challenges for OC Transpo users and other residents; and WHEREAS $37,000 is required to maintain the McArthur Avenue bike lanes to Council-approved Maintenance Quality Standards for the remainder of the current season; and WHEREAS the City Treasurer has advised that the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve is a potential funding source for the continued maintenance of the McArthur Avenue bike lanes for the remainder of the current season; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve funding from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund to maintain the McArthur Avenue Bike Lanes to Council-approved Maintenance Quality Standards for the remainder of the 2018-2019 Winter Season. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN*
City Council
2018-12-05
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review Report recommends the Nominating Committee mandate and process; and WHEREAS the report recommends that the Nominating Committee be composed of no more than 11 members and the Mayor, with the Mayor as Chair; and WHEREAS other levels of government have made gender parity a priority, including the Federal Government in 2015 with the first gender-balanced cabinet; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has demonstrated a commitment to gender equity through the recommendation of the creation of Council Liaison for Women and Gender Equity as well as Council Sponsor Group; and WHEREAS the 2018-2022 Governance Review Report also recommends appointing 50 percent representation of women for Advisory Committees; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Nominating Committee also be composed of 50 percent representation of women. details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee (CPSC) is responsible for “operational/administrative” aspects of housing, such as matters related to existing social housing programs, supportive housing and homelessness programs, and emergency shelter and transitional housing services; and WHEREAS the Planning Committee has been responsible for “capital” aspects of housing since Council’s approval on December 8, 2010, of Motion No. 1/7, which provided that the Terms of Reference for the Planning Committee would “reflect the responsibility for the City’s Affordable Housing Strategy and all related housing policy initiatives”; and WHEREAS the Standing Committee structure recommended in the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review report would provide that responsibilities for housing issues would continue to be divided between CPSC and the Planning Committee; and WHEREAS “operational/administrative” and “capital” housing issues have a direct impact o details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa currently has five Advisory Committees responsible for providing advice to Council policy, programs and service delivery in the areas of Accessibility, Environmental Stewardship, French Language Services, Planning, and Arts, Culture and Recreation; and WHEREAS on September 12, 2012, City Council approved the report titled, “Advisory Committee Renewal to Support Council’s Term of Council Priorities,” which reduced the number of Advisory Committees from 15 to five and better aligned them with both Standing Committees and Council priorities; and WHEREAS the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review report notes that Advisory Committees encountered different degrees of success and sources of frustration during the 2014-2018 Term of Council; and WHEREAS some specific issues encountered by Advisory Committees during the 2014-2018 Term of Council included members resigning before the end of their mandates because they did not believe they were heard; barr details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS Standing Committees of Council are mandated to deliberate on the parts of the draft budget for which they have responsibility, including by hearing from public delegates; and WHEREAS it is critical that Standing Committees have the opportunity to recommend changes to the draft budget taking into account their own deliberation and the public input they receive; and WHEREAS the past practice of Council has not allowed Standing Committees to recommend increases to their respective draft budgets unless corresponding offsets were identified; and WHEREAS Members of Standing Committees are not necessarily best placed to determine how best to finance recommended budget pressures – whether through offsets elsewhere in the draft budget, use of reserves or revenue generation; and WHEREAS the Committee of the Whole, with appropriate analysis from city staff, is the appropriate body to consider recommendations from Standing Committees on any identified budget pressures; WHEREAS details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Committee Chairs are tasked with a Council approved leadership role that provides them with an opportunity to build relationships with stakeholders and community partners; and WHEREAS Committee Chairs have a clear understanding of the requirements and pressures facing the departments under their specific Standing Committee mandate; and WHEREAS Part I, Section C, Recommendation 1 of the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review recommends that City Council approve the 2018-2022 Tax and Rate-Supported budget process, as outlined in the report; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2018-2022 tax-supported budgets is outlined in the report by way of a bulleted list of 11 steps, and the fifth bullet in the recommended process states: “The City Manager will be directed to work with the Mayor’s office to develop draft annual budgets that are consistent with Council’s approved budget direction. The draft budgets will also identify any onetime issues and recommend any a details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Part I, Section C, Recommendation 1 of the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review report recommends that City Council approve the 2019-2022 Tax- and Rate-Supported budget process, as outlined in the report; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2019-2022 tax-supported budgets is outlined in the report by way of a bulleted list of 11 steps, and the fifth bullet in the recommended process states: “The City Manager will be directed to work with the Mayor’s Office to develop draft annual budgets that are consistent with Council’s approved budget direction. The draft budgets will also identify any one-time issues and recommend any additional strategies that may be required to achieve Council’s direction”; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2019-2022 tax-supported budgets does not specifically provide Members of Council with a formal opportunity to give direct individual input to the Mayor’s Office before the Mayor’s Office works with the City Man details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. That City Council approve the 2019-2022 Tax- and Rate-Supported budget process, as outlined in this report. details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) are local boards established by the City of Ottawa to oversee the improvement and promotion of their area, pursuant to Section 204 of the Municipal Act, 2001; and WHEREAS each local Ward Councillor is appointed by the City as an ex-officio member of the BIA board in their ward pursuant to Subsection 204(2)(a) of the Municipal Act, 2001; and WHEREAS BIA boards are required to prepare a proposed budget for each fiscal year for approval by Council which is collected by the City pursuant to Section 208 of the Municipal Act, 2001 by charging an annual BIA levy upon the property of all BIA members in the designated area; and WHEREAS in each year, the City holds the BIA budgets collected for each BIA and assists BIA boards in the financial management of their budgets, including processing invoices and maintaining their books of accounts, as a service to the BIAs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff from Corporate Services and Planning Infra details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on January 28, 2009, City Council approved recommendations to proceed with the incorporation of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation (OCLDC) to undertake City property development initiatives (Report ACS2008-COS-RPM-0063) and proceeded with the incorporation of the OCLDC as a not-for-profit corporation on August 6, 2009, for which the City is the sole shareholder; and WHEREAS the objects for the Corporation as incorporated are to promote and undertake community improvement in the City of Ottawa and to improve municipally-owned land; and WHEREAS after the City transfers Real Property to the OCLDC, it is difficult for Ward Councillors to keep constituents informed of the status of the property and to provide any feedback regarding the potential future use or disposition of the property, particularly as there is no requirement for the Ward Councillor to be notified of OCLDC Board meetings and no formal opportunity for the Ward Councillor to provide comment details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act and By-law No. 2011-38 (being a by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish the size of the Board of Health for the City of Ottawa Health Unit) prevent members of the Board of Health from continuing to serve past the expiration of the Term of Council; and WHEREAS although the appointment of Members of Council to serve on the Board of Health for the 2018-2022 Term of Council will be finalized relatively quickly through the Nominating Committee process, the selection and appointment process for citizen members to serve on the Board for the 2018-2022 term is not expected to be finalized until early 2019; and WHEREAS, in order to ensure that the City of Ottawa continues to have a fully-appointed and functioning Board of Health that is able to address any urgent requirements, staff is recommending the interim appointment of the 2014-2018 Board’s citizen members who have expressed a willingness to continue to serve pending th details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Subsection 81(10) of the Procedure By-law provides that seven calendar days’ notice of a regular Committee/Commission meeting shall be given to the Members of a Committee/Commission and an agenda shall be provided to the Members seven calendar days in advance of the meeting; and WHEREAS regular Committee/Commission meeting agendas and agenda documents are also made available to members of the public on ottawa.ca seven calendar days in advance of the meeting; and WHEREAS increasing the amount of time that regular Committee/Commission meeting agendas and agenda documents, including staff reports, are in the public domain would provide for increased transparency and community engagement; and WHEREAS having Committee/Commission meeting agendas and materials issued seven business days in advance of a meeting would generally result in the Members of Council and the public having access to those documents nine or 10 calendar days ahead of the meeting, and would account fo details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Schedule J - Subsection 32(1) of the Delegated Authority By-law provides delegated authority to the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development to enter into certain third party infrastructure agreements; and WHEREAS occasionally there are circumstances where it is advantageous both from a timing and cost perspective to have City works completed by a third party where the City would reimburse for works completed; and WHEREAS any agreements where such an arrangement could be made currently has to have Council approval which could cause delays and increase cost to the project. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Schedule “J” Subsection 32 of the Delegated Authority By-law be amended to add (4) The General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development, is delegated the authority to negotiate, conclude, and execute agreements with a third party to reimburse for work completed on behalf of the City provided that such agreements are cons details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2018-2022 Governance Review Report recommends appointing 50 percent representation of women for Advisory Committees; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has demonstrated a commitment to gender equity through the recommendation of the creation of Council Liaison for Women and Gender Equity as well as Council Sponsor Group; and WHEREAS other levels of government have made gender parity a priority, including the Federal Government in 2015 with the first gender-balanced cabinet; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa should be actively looking for ways to advance gender equity at the City; and WHEREAS, for the recruitment process already underway, the Selection Panels will be responsible for recommending to Council the Citizen appointments to Commissions and Boards with a view to demonstrating the City of Ottawa’s commitment to gender equity and equal representation; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that prior to the next recruitment process, the City Clerk and Solicitor, in consultati details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Building Code Act, 1992, provides that persons other than the property owner who are affected by a property standards order may be served with a copy of the order and that a copy of the order may be posted on the property in a location visible to the public; AND WHEREAS such affected persons, including a complainant to the property standards matter could potentially provide the Committee with relevant information at an appeal hearing; AND WHEREAS potential participants to an appeal may benefit from further notice in order to prepare for such a hearing; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT By-law and Regulatory Services be directed to give public notice of all hearings of the Property Standards and License Appeals Committee on the City’s website; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Document 15 to the Governance Report relating to the Property Standards By-law be amended by removing the text under the Column “Property Standards By-law”, Item 3, and replacing it with the fol details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2018-2022 Council Governance Review Report recommends the creation of a Council Liaison for Women’s Issues; and WHEREAS since the original motion passed in March 2018, it is acknowledged that the title of the position, Council Liaison for Women’s Issues, does not use current or preferred language; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa strives to use inclusive language wherever possible; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the language in Recommendation 1 under Part V - OTHER MATTERS in 2018-2022 Governance Review Report be amended to change the name of the Council Liaison for Women’s Issues to the new title of Council Liaison for Women and Gender Equity; and THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that new position title of Council Liaison for Women and Gender Equity be reflected throughout the 2018-2022 Governance Review Report wherever the previous title appeared. details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Part 5 – Other Matters of the 2018-2022 Governance Review Report includes a recommendation to appoint a liaison on Housing and Homelessness that will specifically work to accelerate the 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa approved a 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan in 2014 with a goal of eliminating chronic homelessness and ensuring everyone has a safe and affordable home; and WHEREAS the 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan falls under the mandate of the Community and Protective Services Committee; and WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee will be undertaking a midpoint review of the 10 Year Homelessness Plan during the 2018-2022 term of Council; and WHEREAS the liaison will have a leadership role in the community and with stakeholders with regards to the Housing and Homelessness portfolio; and WHEREAS it is critical that the Special Liaison have a working relationship with the Chair and have a direct repor details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That Recommendation 6 in Part V-Other Matters be amended to read as follows: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT That Council approve the establishment of a Council Sponsors Group to work with staff on the development of a City of Ottawa Gender Equity Strategy and/or a Women’s Bureau, including developing a consultation process for setting priorities and a measureable, outcome-based framework which takes a holistic, intersectional approach to policy, program and practice review, coupled with robust data collection and reporting, as described in this report, and that an additional Full-time Equivalent (FTE) be incorporated into the Draft 2019 Operating Budget in the Partner and Stakeholder Initiatives branch of the Community and Social Services Department, along with any additional funds required to support the first phase of this work, as described in this report. details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on February 10, 2016, Council considered the report titled, “2016 Parking Services Business Plan,” and approved a recommendation directing staff to explore alternative governance models for the Municipal Parking Management Program and the potential opportunities and drawbacks of each as part of its overall update of the Municipal Parking Management Strategy (MPMS); and WHEREAS on October 3, 2018, Transportation Committee directed staff to advise Council on the scope of the framework and work plan that staff would undertake to respond to the February 2016 Council direction, as well as opportunities for Council to clarify/give further direction with respect to this matter, and, in response, staff indicated by way of a memorandum dated October 9, 2018, that there would be an opportunity for Committee and Council to provide further direction during consideration of the 2018-2022 Governance Review; and WHEREAS it has been almost three years since Council directed staf details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, pursuant to Subsection 94(2) of the Procedure By-law, the first meeting of the Nominating Committee has been scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 11, 2018 with its report rising for consideration at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, December 12, 2018; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the appointment of eight members of Council to serve as the Nominating Committee, in addition to the Mayor as Chair, to make recommendations to Council on appointments of members of Council to Standing Committees, Sub-Committees, Boards and the Selection Panels, and other appointments as set out in the Governance Report; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the members of the Nominating Committee be: Councillor S. Moffatt Councillor E. El-Chantiry Councillor S. Blais Councillor L. Dudas Councillor J. Sudds Councillor J. Harder Councillor T. Kavanagh Mayor J. Watson details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That, at its meeting of December 5, 2018, City Council receive and table the “Report on Ontario Cannabis Legislation, Cannabis Retail Stores, and Response to Council Direction of August 29, 2018” for consideration at the December 13, 2018 Special Meeting of Council called for that purpose, and which will include receiving public delegations. details REPORT ON ONTARIO CANNABIS LEGISLATION, CANNABIS RETAIL STORES, AND RESPONSE TO COUNCIL DIRECTION OF AUGUST 29, 2018 (TO BE TABLED AT THE MEETING)
City Council
2018-11-28
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS 1) That, at its meeting on 28 November 2018, the 2014-2018 Council receive and table the “2018-2022 Council Governance Review” report. 2) That, at its Special meeting of 5 December 2018, the 2018-2022 Council consider and approve the recommendations as set out in the report. details 2018-2022 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-EDP-0049 recommends official plan changes to the Kanata Town Centre Site Specific Policies; AND WHEREAS based on discussions with land owners of the town centre, minor house keeping adjustments are required to the policy language. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve the following amendments to Document 1 – Site Specific Policy of the staff report: a) Deleting the following text from item i., Section 5.7.5.2: “Together with the lands in the Mainstreet designation and part of the Kanata Regional Shopping Centre designation, this area generally corresponds to the Town Centre designation in the Official Plan”; and b) Deleting the following proposed text from item i., Section 5.7.5.2 under the sub-heading, Phasing: “within the Central Business District and Regional Shopping Centre designations”; and c) Adding in a new item to include the existing text from Section 5.7.5.3 in order to indicate that all reference to “Main Street” w details KANATA AVENUE SECONDARY PLAN AMENDMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details KANATA AVENUE SECONDARY PLAN AMENDMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3025 ALBION ROAD NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 339 CUMBERLAND STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 5416 FERRY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6090 MCVAGH ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1964 GALETTA SIDE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DESIGNATION OF COBBLE COTTAGE, 420 KENWOOD AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4025 STRANDHERD DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1000 THOMAS SPRATT PLACE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 300 GOULBOURN FORCED ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 415 HUNTSVILLE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 352 CRETE PLACE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF OCTOBER 10, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at their meeting of November 22 and 23, 2018, the Board of Directors of the National Capital Commission (NCC) approved an amendment to the Greenbelt Master Plan 2013 to permit a soundstage campus and creative hub at 1740 Woodroffe Avenue; and WHEREAS the zoning amendment is in the critical path in the project plan; and WHEREAS it is appropriate that direction be provided as soon as possible to Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development staff to begin the City-led Zoning By-law amendment THEREFORE Be It Resolved that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion: WHEREAS the Ottawa Film Office has secured partnerships to invest 40 million dollars in Ottawa to develop a new soundstage campus and creative hub for the film, television and animation industry; and WHEREAS Ottawa’s film, television and animation industry provides hundreds of skilled jobs to Ottawa residents and contributes over 100 million dollars to the loc details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as it is the final meeting of the 2014-2018 Term of Council: WHEREAS Marlene Catterall has served the community of Michele Heights as a volunteer, as City Alderman and Regional Councillor representing Britannia Ward, 1976-1985 and as the Member of Parliament for Ottawa West/ Ottawa West-Nepean, 1988-2006; and WHEREAS From the early 1970’s, as a member and then Chair of the Citizens Committee for the Pinecrest-Queensway Neighbourhood Planning Study, she became familiar with all the neighbourhoods in the west end area, including and particularly Michele Heights and its unique needs; and WHEREAS Marlene saw the need for more integrated social services in the area including community health services, organizing the first meeting of local service providers to start the process towards establishing a multi-service centre; and WHEREAS, as City Alderman, Marlene worked with residents to plan details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as it is the final meeting of the 2014-2018 Term of Council: WHEREAS Mario Poirier was the informal Guardian of Beaverpond Park for more than 20 years, installing protective wire fencing around trees to protect them from beavers with assistance from members of the Ottawa Duck Club, keeping the park clean and leading groups to learn about the environment of the area; and WHEREAS Mario collaborated with City of Ottawa Foresters to create an arboretum in Beaverpond Park by identifying existing trees and arranging for plantings of missing trees as well as attaching numbers to the trees for identification purposes; and WHEREAS Mario created a chart naming 44 species of trees in English, French and Latin and made it available on the Ottawa Duck Club website so that anyone could access the information; and WHEREAS Mario assisted Councillor Marianne Wilkinson in providing a sign at the park pro details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
ECPC
2018-11-22
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Response to Inquiry EC-02-18
Absent Yes Motion To: details ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS - 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2015-2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2012 AND 2016 COMMUNITY AND CORPORATE GREENHOUSE GAS INVENTORIES
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-11-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 34 - Thursday, October 4, 2018
Absent Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF COBBLE COTTAGE, 420 KENWOOD AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Absent Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee approve the addition of this item for consideration by the committee at today’s meeting, pursuant to subsection 89(3) of the Procedure By-law to allow a staff presentation. details CENTRETOWN HERITAGE STUDY
Absent Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee suspend the Rules of Procedure to receive oral updates from staff with respect to Somerset House (352 Somerset Street West) and Magee House (1119 Wellington Street West) and to dispense with the requirement for staff to provide separate written reports on these updates so that the Committee may receive prompt updates on the status of these properties. details OTHER BUSINESS
Absent Yes Motion To: details ADJOURNMENT
City Council
2018-10-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING OCTOBER 5, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5651 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RENOVATION OF ORIGINAL HOUSE AND CONSTRUCTION OF A REAR ADDITION AT 119 YORK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT, WITHIN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 401 AND PART OF 411 CORKSTOWN ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SETTLEMENT OF SOME APPEALS TO OPA 150
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH MAGEE HOUSE, 1119 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO CONSTRUCT A NEW BUILDING AT 227 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 770 SOMERSET STREET WEST AND 13 LEBRETON STREET NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 174 FORWARD AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 348 WHITBY AVENUE AND 364 CHURCHILL AVENUE NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3490 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 467 TERRY FOX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SETTLEMENT OF APPEAL 10 TO OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 180
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INTERACTIVE MAPPING TOOLS: IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECTIVITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 7976 FALLOWFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING, 180 METCALFE STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PARTS OF 2336 TENTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 26, 2018
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-10-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 33 - Thursday, September 13, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH MAGEE HOUSE, 1119 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the subject of Report ACS2018-PIE-RHU-0023 is, “Application to Demolish and Construct a new building at 227 Mackay Street, a property located in the New Edinburgh Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act”; and, WHEREAS Recommendation 1 of the report is the following: “Approve the application to demolish 227 MacKay Street, submitted by Derek Crain, architect, received on September 12, 2018”; and, WHEREAS the report contains the following statement in paragraph 2 on page 4: “As there was neither a heritage permit under the Ontario Heritage Act nor a demolition permit under the Building Code Act to permit the demolition, this report has been prepared because demolition and new construction in heritage conservation districts designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act require the approval of City Council.”; and, WHEREAS for purposes of clarity and to reflect the physical situation on the property, it is advis details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH AND CONSTRUCT A NEW BUILDING AT 227 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: Original recommendation details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH AND CONSTRUCT A NEW BUILDING AT 227 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Transportation Committee
2018-10-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend Council receive this report for information. details INTERACTIVE MAPPING TOOLS: IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECTIVITY
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee receive this report for information. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 21 SEPTEMBER 2018
Absent Yes Motion To: That, pursuant to Subsection 89(3) of Procedure By-law 2016-377, the Transportation Committee approve that the Rules of Procedure be waived to allow for the consideration of the item listed as IPD A - BARRHAVEN LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (BASELINE STATION TO BARRHAVEN TOWN CENTRE) PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK. details BARRHAVEN LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (BASELINE STATION TO BARRHAVEN TOWN CENTRE) PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
ECPC
2018-09-18
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 22, of the Environment and Climate Protection Committee meeting of Tuesday, 19 June 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details WATER UTILITY BILL DEFERRAL PROGRAM FOR LOW INCOME SENIORS AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE PROTECTION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 11 SEPTEMBER 2018
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-09-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 32 - Thursday, 2 August 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Applicant has submitted revised versions of the Site Plan, Elevations and Renderings on September 12, 2018 with respect to the proposed alterations and construction at 119 York Street, in response to community input; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT report recommendations 1 and 2 be amended by replacing the date of “July 4, 2018” with “July 4, 2018 and revised September 12, 2018”; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the ‘Discussion’ section of the report be amended by replacing the words “including the majority of the west façade and the two-storey front facing bay of the addition” with “and from the condominium building to the rear”; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the ‘Discussion’ section of the report be amended by deleting the words “that are not visible from the street, mainly the east, north (rear) and the portion of the west façade abutting the property line”; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Documents 2, 3, 4 and 8 of the report be details Renovation of Original House and Construction of a Rear Addition at 119 York Street, a Property Designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act, within the ByWard Market Heritage Conservation District
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de démolition des annexes arrière du bâtiment situé au 119, rue York, conformément aux plans soumis par Studioworks International Inc. et datés du 4 juillet 2018; 2. D’approuver les modifications proposées à la propriété située au 119, rue York, qui consistent notamment à construire une nouvelle annexe arrière et à effectuer diverses interventions paysagères, conformément aux plans préparés par Studioworks International Inc. et datés du 4 juillet 2018, sous réserve de toute autre approbation d’aménagement; 3. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception; 4. De délivrer le permis relatif au patrimoine, devant expirer dans deux ans à compter de la date de sa délivrance. (Nota : Le déla details Renovation of Original House and Construction of a Rear Addition at 119 York Street, a Property Designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act, within the ByWard Market Heritage Conservation District
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de modification de l’édifice Medical Arts, situé au 180, rue Metcalfe, conformément aux plans soumis par Roderick Lahey Architect Inc. le 28 juillet 2018 et ci-joints en tant que documents 3 à 7, et aux plans d’étayage préparés par REMISZ Consulting Engineers, ci-joints en tant que document 9, sous réserve des conditions suivantes : a. Suppression de l’auvent d’entrée et des marquises de fenêtres proposés et illustrés dans le document 5; b. Le requérant devra affiner davantage le projet d’éclairage illustré dans le document 7, en consultation avec le personnel responsable du patrimoine; c. Le requérant devra travailler de concert avec un spécialiste en patrimoine et en consultation avec le personnel responsable du patrimoine en vue de trouver des solutions de rechange en matière d’accessibilité unive details Application to Alter the Medical Arts Building, 180 Metcalfe Street, a Property Designated Under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Built Heritage Sub-Committee suspend the Rules of Procedure to receive an oral update from staff with respect to the Somerset House (352 Somerset Street West) and to dispense with the requirement for staff to provide a separate written report on this update so that the Committee may receive a prompt update on the status of Somerset House redevelopment. details OTHER BUSINESS
City Council
2018-09-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LIGHT RAIL REGULATORY MONITOR AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY PHASE II: DESIGNATION OF THE RUSSELL AVENUE- RANGE ROAD AND THE BESSERER- WURTEMBURG STREET PROPOSED HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICTS
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage (2008-250) visant le 1132, avenue Fischer afin de permettre l’aménagement de quatre maisons individuelles et de trois habitations jumelées, comme l’indique le document 2. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1132 Fisher Avenue to permit the construction of four single-detached dwellings and three semi-detached dwellings, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1132 FISHER AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 403 TWEEDSMUIR AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 541 AND 545 RIDEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a motion adopted at Planning Committee on August 28th, 2018 with respect report ACS2018-PIE-PS-0034 and was to lift delegated authority on site plan control at 3443 Innes Road to Committee and Council and to require a Holding Zone be added to the recommended zone (LC[2521]-h); AND WHEREAS, the intention of the motion was to allow the Holding Zone to be lifted only after site plan control approval by Committee and Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the zoning be amended to specify that as a result of the lifting of delegated authority, the Holding provision on the property shall not be removed until such a time as the site plan has been approved by Committee and Council; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3443 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3443 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve: 1. that Planning, Infrastructure, and Economic Development staff begin a Comprehensive Review of the Official Plan under the Provincial Policy Statement and a conformity review under Section 26 of the Planning Act for purposes of developing a new Official Plan for the City; and 2. that staff bring forward the findings of Ottawa Next: Beyond 2036 study, as directed by Motion PLC 36/7, a detailed work plan and budget for the Official Plan review at the first Planning Committee meeting of the next term of Council. details OFFICIAL PLAN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3640 GREENBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ANOMALY - 25 EDGEWATER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2548 8TH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PROVINCIAL SEVERANCE REQUEST - 4649 AND 5370 HALL ROAD, 9045 MITCH OWENS ROAD, 5400, 5420, 5785, 5817 AND 5901 THUNDER ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BUCKLES MUNICIPAL DRAIN - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BRANCH 4, WILSON-JOHNSTON MUNICIPAL DRAIN PETITION - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 605 LONGFIELDS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 4747, 4755, 4789, 4791 AND 4840 BANK STREET, LEITRIM COMMUNITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TREASURER'S REPORT ON GROWTH-RELATED REVENUES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CASH IN LIEU OF PARKLAND - 565 WEST HUNT CLUB ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF AUGUST 29, 2018.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS 8609454 Canada Inc. (Brigil) entered into a deferral agreement for development charges, registered as Instrument No. OC1975755 on March 1, 2018; and WHEREAS on April 26, 2018, Building Code Services issued a building permit to 8609454 Canada Inc. for the construction of a foundation and six levels of underground parking in respect of the property known municipally as 121 Parkdale Avenue; and WHEREAS the Director of Titles for the Province of Ontario did not certify such agreement and therefore removed the instrument from the title of the property known municipally as 121 Parkdale Avenue; and WHEREAS 8609454 Canada Inc. and the City entered into the agreement in good faith for the purpose of deferring the payment of development charges; and WHEREAS 8609454 Canada Inc. intends to pay their development charges at the issuance of their next building permit for the aforementioned property; BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that 860954 Canada Inc. be permitted to pay the details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the possibility of a postal service interruption commencing on or about September 26, 2018, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS on September 5, 2018, City staff were advised by Canada Post that a labour disruption affecting delivery of mail and registered mail was possible as a 60-day conciliation period between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) ended on September 4, 2018, and that a 21-day “cooling off” period was in progress; and WHEREAS a legal work disruption is possible as of September 26, 2018, if the parties do not reach an agreement by that time; and WHEREAS a number of by-laws of the City of Ottawa require that notices and other communications be provided by mail or registered mail on behalf of the City to individuals or others, or from individuals or others to the City; and WHEREAS staff advise that it is necessary to amend these by-laws to authorize alternative means of providing the details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the possibility of a postal service interruption commencing on or about September 26, 2018, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS on September 5, 2018, City staff were advised by Canada Post that a labour disruption affecting delivery of mail and registered mail was possible as a 60-day conciliation period between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) ended on September 4, 2018, and that a 21-day “cooling off” period was in progress; and WHEREAS a legal work disruption is possible as of September 26, 2018, if the parties do not reach an agreement by that time; and WHEREAS a number of by-laws of the City of Ottawa require that notices and other communications be provided by mail or registered mail on behalf of the City to individuals or others, or from individuals or others to the City; and WHEREAS staff advise that it is necessary to amend these by-laws to authorize alternative means of providing the details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Transportation Committee
2018-08-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Transportation Committee approve the addition of Response to Inquiry TRC 03-18 (re Pavement Markings on Roadways) for consideration by the committee at today’s meeting, pursuant to subsection 89(3) of the procedure by-law (being by-law no. 2016-377) to allow for questions of Committee members. details TRC 03-18 - Pavement Markings on Roadways
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Transportation Committee approve the addition of Response to Inquiry OCC 10-18 (re Park and cycle spaces) for consideration by the committee at today’s meeting, pursuant to subsection 89(3) of the procedure by-law (being by-law no. 2016-377) to allow for questions of Committee members. details OCC 10-18 - Park and cycle spaces
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at its meeting of June 27, 2018, a motion has been brought forward requesting that staff implement interim measures to accommodate west end suburban residents who wish to drive to a municipal park parking lot inside the greenbelt, park their vehicle for the day, and cycle to work, and Council referred this issue to the Transportation Committee for consideration; and WHEREAS encouraging residents to cycle to work instead of driving, even if it is for only part of their journey, is supportive of the City’s goal of increasing cycling mode share; and WHEREAS park parking lots are provided for the exclusive use of park users; and WHEREAS the zoning for parks and recreation facilities generally does not allow parking for non-ancillary uses; and WHEREAS restrictions on parking are an important mechanism for ensuring that parking priority is maintained for facility users; and WHEREAS removal of parking restrictions could lead to the growth in unauthorized use of municipal details PARKING SPACES TO ACCOMMODATE CAR/CYCLISTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That Transportation Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the proposed approach for the implementation of gateway speed limit signage in local residential areas citywide as outlined in this report; and, 2. Approve the by-law to delegate to the General Manager, Transportation Services Department, the authority to establish and designate certain residential areas with gateway speed limit signage, as further outlined in this report and in the attached Document 3. details GATEWAY SPEED LIMIT SIGNAGE IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS
Yes Yes Motion To: That this item titled INTERACTIVE MAPPING TOOLS: IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECTIVITY be deferred. details INTERACTIVE MAPPING TOOLS: IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECTIVITY
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver l’ajout d’une flèche permettant le virage à gauche prioritaire et sécuritaire des véhicules, du chemin Hazeldean en direction est, au chemin Carp en direction nord. That Transportation Committee recommend to Council that an advanced left turn arrow be installed to provide a permitted-protected left turn from Hazeldean Road eastbound to Carp Road northbound. details DEDICATED EASTBOUND LEFT-TURN TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION OF HAZELDEAN ROAD AND CARP ROAD
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-08-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. De désigner le district de conservation du patrimoine Russell Range indiqué dans le document 2, aux termes de l’article 41 de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario; 2. D’adopter le Plan du district de conservation du patrimoine Russell Range illustré dans le document 3; 3. De désigner le district de conservation du patrimoine Besserer Wurtemburg indiqué dans le document 4, aux termes de l’article 41 de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario; 4. D’adopter le district de conservation du patrimoine Besserer Wurtemburg illustré dans le document 5; 5. D’approuver la limite modifiée du secteur à caractère patrimonial culturel de la Côte-de-Sable, comme l’illustrent le document 6 et les lignes directrices connexes concernant le secteur, de façon à exclure les districts mentionnés ci-dessus. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recomm details SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY PHASE II: DESIGNATION OF THE RUSSELL AVENUE- RANGE ROAD AND THE BESSERER- WURTEMBURG STREET PROPOSED HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICTS
No No Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande visant à modifier l’ancien monastère des Sœurs de la visitation par la démolition d’une partie de l’aile Ouest, comportant deux étages, et de toute l’aile Sud, qui ne comprend qu’un étage, conformément aux plans préparés par rla/architecture et soumis par Ashcroft les 27 avril 2018 et 13 juin 2018, à la condition que les enregistrements numériques des parties de l’édifice à démolir soient déposés aux Archives de la Ville d'Ottawa; 2. d’approuver la restauration de la partie patrimoniale de l’édifice conformément aux dessins et au plan de conservation préparés par Robertson Martin Architects et soumis par Ashcroft les 27 avril 2018 et 13 juin 2018; 3. d’approuver la demande visant la construction d’un immeuble d'habitation de neuf étages et la modification de l’ancien monastère des Sœurs details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE FORMER SISTERS OF THE VISITATION MONASTERY, 114 RICHMOND ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Refuse the application to alter the former Sisters of the Visitation Monastery through the removal of part of the two-storey west wing and the entire one-storey south wing of the building; 2. Refuse the restoration of the historic portion of the building; 3. Refuse the application to construct a nine-storey apartment building and alter the former Sisters of the Visitation Monastery; 4. Suspend the notice required under Subsections 29(3) and 34(1) of the Procedure By-law to consider this report at its meeting on August 29, 2018. details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE FORMER SISTERS OF THE VISITATION MONASTERY, 114 RICHMOND ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2018-07-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Receive the Audited financial statements of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation (OCLDC) for the year 2017 in the Annual Report attached as Document 1; and 2. Appoint Ernst and Young LLP as the auditor of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation for the year 2018. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OCLDC) 2017 - ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BY-LAW - 4837 ALBION ROAD AND 4910 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-PS-0078 recommends approval and adoption of Zoning By-law amendment for part of 2683 Mackey Road from AG 3 to AG6; and WHEREAS Zoning By-law provisions under the AG6 zone does not recognize the existing lot area; and WHEREAS the AG8 zone is more suitable for the existing lot area at 2683 Mackey Road THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning be replaced with the following: “The proposed change to the City of Ottawa Zoning By-law 2008-250 for part of 2683 Mackey Road is to rezone the lands shown in Document 1 from AG3 to AG8.” BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, Subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2683 MACKEY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2683 MACKEY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORT ON THE FRAUD AND WASTE HOTLINE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council consider and approve the report recommendations. details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REVIEW OF THE CITY'S PRACTICES FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
No Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 133 BOOTH STREET, 301 AND 324 LETT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 443 AND 447 KENT STREET, AND ALTERATION AT 423-425 MCLEOD STREET, PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 443 AND 447 KENT STREET AND 423-425 MCLEOD STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council approve: 1. an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 99 Fifth Avenue to permit a seven-storey residential building, as detailed in Document 2, amended by the following: a. by revising Document 2, Section 1 to read as “Rezone the lands shown in Document 1 from TM [93] H(15) to TM [XXX1] SXXX – h” b. by revising Document 2, Section 2(a) to read as “In Column II, add the text TM [XXX1] SXXX – h;” c. by revising Document 2, Section 2(b) by adding the following: The holding symbol may be lifted only when the following conditions have been met: i. Review of a detailed site plan, landscape plan, and building elevations by the Urban Design Review Panel ii. Submission and approval of a Site Plan Control application, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development 2. that the General Manager of the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department be delegated the details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 99 FIFTH AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-PS-0071 recommends approval for zoning by-law amendments as detailed in Document 4; and WHEREAS Document 4, item 2(c.), is specific to 584 and part of 587 Wellington Street (Map 2, Document 1) and rezones the lands in Area C from “GM7 [119] to MD [xxx1] H(83) –h”; and WHEREAS the lands in Area C are currently zoned R5O [951] H(20), as shown in Map 2 of Document 1: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that Document 4 be amended as follows replace the text in item 2(c.) with the following: “Area C from R5O [951] H(20) to MD [xxx1] H(83) - h” BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 557, 584, PART OF 587 WELLINGTON STREET, AND 550 ALBERT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 557, 584, PART OF 587 WELLINGTON STREET, AND 550 ALBERT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Document 4 of the staff report identifies both financial and non-financial contributions that form the required Section 37 agreement; and WHEREAS an indexed financial contribution of $450,000.00 is to be directed towards the design and construction of a future pedestrian and cycling bridge over the existing O-Train corridor along the former Wellington Street right-of-way; and WHEREAS the contributions identified within the Bayview Station District Secondary Plan do not secure the appropriate funds required to design and construct the proposed pedestrian and cycling bridge; and WHEREAS the timing of the contributions identified within the Bayview Station District Secondary Plan are undetermined; and WHEREAS there is a desire in the community to establish new parks and open space within the Secondary Plan Area; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that section 5(a) of Document 4 – Details of Recommended Zoning, of staff report ACS2018-PIE-PS-0088 be amended as follows: a) Replac details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 900 ALBERT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the development application in respect of 900 Albert forms an important aspect of City building; and WHEREAS many important aspects of this development will be determined through site plan approval; and WHEREAS it is appropriate that the Ward Councillor continue to have the ability to introduce motions and vote on the matter of site plan approval, with the opportunity for public delegations to be received to inform those motions; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that delegated authority to staff in respect of the site plan application in respect of 900 Albert Street be removed and that site plan approval authority be subject to, and approval through, a report to Planning Committee and Council. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 900 ALBERT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, the City of Ottawa’s Official Plan policy 2.5.2.2 encourages “the production of affordable housing in new residential development and redevelopment to meet an annual target of: a. 25% of all new rental housing is to be affordable to households up to the 30th income percentile; and b. 25% of all new ownership housing is to be affordable to households up to the 40th income percentile. [Amendment 10, August 25, 2004]”; and WHEREAS, the City’s development charge for Affordable Housing reinforces that new development should contribute towards affordable housing, including the development of affordable housing in the vicinity of transit stations; and WHEREAS the Bayview Station District Secondary Plan states that its vision is supported by, among others, the principle that: “investments in affordable, supportive, and accessible housing developments for households below the 30th income percentiles will ensure housing for vulnerable members of the community”; details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 900 ALBERT STREET
No Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 900 ALBERT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 815 ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3387 BORRISOKANE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REVISED CONSTRUCTION COSTS FOR THE FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF GOULBOURN FORCED ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FRONT ENDING REPORT - TRAFFIC SIGNAL (TERRY FOX DRIVE AT HUNTSVILLE DRIVE)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1000 MCGARRY TERRACE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RIVERSIDE SOUTH COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN - INTERIM UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 280 HERZBERG ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3500 HAWTHORNE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT' 5441, 5465, 5505 AND 5571 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 112 NELSON STREET
No Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. suspend the notice required under Subsections 29. (3) and 34. (1) of Procedure By-law 2016-377 to consider this Motion at its meeting on 11 July, 2018; 2. approve: a. the deferral of the municipal portion of the DCs until the project is completed, or for 18 months, whichever is the lesser; and b. that in lieu of Broccolini covering all costs associated with bringing services to the site, and in particular the extension of the Carlsbad Springs trickle feed line, which will be assumed as municipal infrastructure upon completion, the roadway modifications be exempt from paying the interest applied to the deferral of the payment of DCs; and c. that Broccolini enter into an agreement, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development and the City Solicitor, setting out the details for the deferral of the payment of DCs and the waiver of interest charges, subject to Broccolini constructing and paying for the extension details DEFERRAL AND WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT CHARGES - 5225/5371 BOUNDARY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS after consideration of this report by the Finance and Economic Development Committee on July 7, 2018, it was noted that Schedule A contained in the Draft By-law was incomplete and did not align with the property request plans contained in Schedule B to the Draft By-law THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Schedule A in the report from Finance and Economic Development Committee be replaced by the revised Schedule A attached to this Motion. REVISED SCHEDULE “A” All right, title, and interest in the following lands: 1. Part of PIN 04328-0162(LT) being part of PT LT 16 CON 4 RIDEAU FRONT GLOUCESTER PT 2, 5R7877; GLOUCESTER designated as Parcel 1 on drawing 18692-PRP_82b.dgn 2. Part of PIN 04328-0163(LT) being part of PT LT 16 CON 4 RIDEAU FRONT GLOUCESTER PT 1, 5R7877, EXCEPT PT 1, 4R12280; GLOUCESTER designated as Parcel 1 drawing 18692-PRP_083b.dgn 3. Part of PIN 04328-0168(R) being part PT LT 16 CON 4 RIDEAU FRONT GLOUCESTER; designated as Parcel 1 on drawing 18692-PRP details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS AT ALBION ROAD AND LEITRIM ROAD INTERSECTION PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - MIKE O'NEIL ARENA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4835 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RICHMOND WEST MUNICIPAL WELL SYSTEM - ENDORSEMENT OF AMENDMENTS TO THE MISSISSIPPI-RIDEAU SOURCE PROTECTION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AMENDMENT TO THE COMPOSITION OF THE SPARKS STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE KANATA CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARATION OF SURPLUS AND TRANSFER OF 1825 TRIM ROAD TO OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION FOR FUTURE DISPOSAL AND THE PROVISION OF A RESOURCE FOR THE CORPORATE REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DESIGNATE 23,795 SQUARE FEET AT 1221 CYRVILLE ROAD AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTITUTIONS DESIGNATED AS ELIGIBLE FOR A 2018 ANNUAL LEVY PURSUANT TO SECTION 323 (1), (2), (3) AND (5) OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ONTARIO'S MAIN STREET REVITALIZATION INITIATIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 90 CRICHTON STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2741 LONGFIELDS DRIVE (FORMERLY KNOWN AS 3740 JOCKVALE ROAD)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1012 AND 1024 MCGARRY TERRACE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 4 (OTTAWA FRONT) TOWNSHIP OF GLOUCESTER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 107 AND 109 ARMSTRONG STREET AND 71 AND 73 MERTON STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JUNE 27, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario, are constructing a vital pedestrian and cycling footbridge across the Rideau Canal between Fifth Avenue in the Glebe and Clegg Street in Old Ottawa East; and WHEREAS the Ward Councillor completed a public naming process that included a general call-out via an on-line form and through direct contact with the Councillor’s office; and WHEREAS 141 suggestions were submitted by the public, resulting in 86 unique suggestions and a shortlist of 70 submissions adhering to the City’s Commemorative Naming guidelines; and WHEREAS a Naming Committee was created to review all public submissions, comprised of the Ward Councillor, one Board Member from each of the three neighbouring Community Associations of Old Ottawa East, Old Ottawa South, and the Glebe, one non-board member of each respective neighbourhood as recommended by their respective Community Association, and a representa details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council on May 10, 2017, as part of its approval of the Elgin Street Renewal Project, directed staff work to provide opportunities for additional temporary public parking within close vicinity of Elgin Street during reconstruction, and delegated authority to the General Manager, Public Works and Environmental Services, to designate dates and times when parking at City Hall will be free of charge during the time that Elgin is under reconstruction; and WHEREAS parking will be free at the City Hall parking garage located at 110 Laurier Avenue during weekday evenings (after 6 p.m.), and on weekends during the 2019 major construction on Elgin Street, which is intended to help offset the impacts of removing on-street parking along Elgin Street during this period; and WHEREAS prior to the full road closure in 2019, partial road closures are already in effect on Elgin Street and some side streets, and will be ongoing throughout 2018 due to the work being undertaken Bell details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario, are constructing a vital pedestrian and cycling footbridge across the Rideau Canal between Fifth Avenue in the Glebe and Clegg Street in Old Ottawa East; and WHEREAS the Ward Councillor completed a public naming process that included a general call-out via an on-line form and through direct contact with the Councillor’s office; and WHEREAS 141 suggestions were submitted by the public, resulting in 86 unique suggestions and a shortlist of 70 submissions adhering to the City’s Commemorative Naming guidelines; and WHEREAS a Naming Committee was created to review all public submissions, comprised of the Ward Councillor, one Board Member from each of the three neighbouring Community Associations of Old Ottawa East, Old Ottawa South, and the Glebe, one non-board member of each respective neighbourhood as recommended by their respective Community Association, and a representa details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council on May 10, 2017, as part of its approval of the Elgin Street Renewal Project, directed staff work to provide opportunities for additional temporary public parking within close vicinity of Elgin Street during reconstruction, and delegated authority to the General Manager, Public Works and Environmental Services, to designate dates and times when parking at City Hall will be free of charge during the time that Elgin is under reconstruction; and WHEREAS parking will be free at the City Hall parking garage located at 110 Laurier Avenue during weekday evenings (after 6 p.m.), and on weekends during the 2019 major construction on Elgin Street, which is intended to help offset the impacts of removing on-street parking along Elgin Street during this period; and WHEREAS prior to the full road closure in 2019, partial road closures are already in effect on Elgin Street and some side streets, and will be ongoing throughout 2018 due to the work being undertaken Bell details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider this Motion at the July 11, 2018 City Council meeting in order effect the speed limit change as soon as possible, as the next Council meeting is not until the end of August WHEREAS the existing Harmer Avenue pedestrian bridge is at the end of its lifecycle and is being demolished and replaced with a new bridge that will form part of the City’s active transportation network; and WHEREAS construction has recently started and is expected to continue to summer 2020, during which time the bridge will be closed to pedestrians and cyclists; and WHEREAS the Holland Avenue temporary detour from Kenilworth Street to Byron Avenue was put in place to assist pedestrians and cyclists in moving through this area while the construction of the new Harmer bridge is ongoing; and WHEREAS the community has provided feedback on the temporary detour, including concerns about temporarily reducing parking along Holland Avenue to facilitate bike details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as this is the last City Council meeting prior to the legislated deadline for filing and withdrawing nominations for the 2018 Municipal Election (“Nomination Day”), which is July 27th, 2018: WHEREAS the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 (MEA) establishes statutory requirements with respect to how municipal elections campaigns are conducted, including rules regarding filing and withdrawing nomination papers, election contributions from individuals, eligible expenses, and campaign financing requirements; and WHEREAS the MEA recognizes that candidates that file nomination papers in good faith may experience personal or family circumstances that necessitate a withdrawal of their candidacy, and establishes a process for such a withdrawal prior to the filing deadline on Nomination Day; and WHEREAS the MEA requires that withdrawn candidates file a financial statement and section 88.31 (4) of the MEA requires details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion as this is the last meeting of Council until late August and staff has already begun work on the related file: Whereas local fireworks displays are an important part of the tradition for Victoria Day and Canada Day celebrations; and Whereas fireworks must be handled in a manner that ensures that public safety is paramount; and Whereas safety concerns have been raised about the use of fireworks after Canada Day festivities; and Whereas federal Explosives Regulations, 2013 establishes 18 as the minimum age to purchase consumer fireworks in Canada; and Whereas Council approved a review of the City of Ottawa’s fireworks provisions in City by-laws on June 24, 2015, as part of the By-law Review Work Plan (ACS2015-COS-EPS-0020); Therefore Be It Resolved that City Council direct staff to add the following to the scope of the review of the City of Ottawa’s fireworks provisions in City by-laws: insurance requir details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion as this is the last meeting of Council until late August: WHEREAS first responders, including paramedics, firefighters and police officers, provide an invaluable service to the community; and WHEREAS first responders in Ottawa help thousands of people each year at some of the most difficult times of their lives; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa support the ongoing and tireless efforts of all our first responders; and WHEREAS first responders are often the unsung heroes of an emergency situation; and WHEREAS around the world first responders are recognized with appreciation weeks at different times of the year; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council declare October 8 to 15, 2018 to be First Responder Appreciation Week in the City of Ottawa. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2018-06-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. Receive the Audited Consolidated Financial Statements of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. for the year ended December 31, 2017 as set out in the Annual Report at Document 1; 2. Appoint KPMG LLP as the auditor for Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. for the year ending December 31, 2018; 3. Approve the recommendation of the Nominating Committee of the Board of Directors of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc., specifically, that Council appoint the persons identified at Document 2 (immediately follows the report) to serve as members of the Board of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. for the corresponding terms as specified; and 4. Authorize the Mayor and the City Clerk and Solicitor to sign a written resolution on behalf of the City of Ottawa as shareholder of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. setting out the resolutions approved by the City Council. details HYDRO OTTAWA HOLDING INC. - 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. Receive the Report on Audit Follow-ups and detailed audit follow-up reports. 2. Receive and approve the recommendations in the Review of the Source Separated Organics Program Business Case. 3. Receive and approve the recommendations in the Follow-up to the 2011 Audit of Contract Management Practices – Springhill Landfill Site Contract and Additional 2018 Audit Procedures. details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORT ON AUDIT FOLLOW-UPS AND RELATED REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA ANNUAL ACTION REPORT 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: details HOUSING SERVICES FUNDING ALLOCATION OF HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS INVESTMENT PLAN ENVELOPE #4 - HOUSING BENEFITS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ROOMING HOUSE LICENSING BY-LAW REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENERGY EVOLUTION: OTTAWA'S COMMUNITY ENERGY TRANSITION STRATEGY, PHASE 2 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REVIEW REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council adopt a corporate GHG reduction target of 20 per cent below 2012 baseline targets by 2024. details PROPOSED CORPORATE GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG) EMISSIONS REDUCTION TARGET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, Ottawa’s special events and festivals industry is vibrant, active and a significant contributor to the economic, social, cultural and religious fabric in Ottawa; and WHEREAS “special events” is broadly defined by the Special Events By-laws to include “a fair or festival, or a social, recreational, educational, community or similar event” and would include sports events and races; and WHEREAS, it is estimated that special events contribute millions of dollars to the local economy and employ hundreds of people; and WHEREAS, many special events have adopted sustainable practices, to reduce their carbon footprint, to use environmentally friendly products and to reduce waste; and WHEREAS the public has come to expect recycling and organics collection in public spaces and at special events; and WHEREAS outdoor special events with an expected attendance of at least 500 participants at a given time are encouraged, but not required, to collect recyclable materials details MOTION - CONSULTATION WITH SPECIAL EVENTS ORGANIZERS REGARDING THE INTRODUCTION OF A REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE RECYCLING AND ORGANIC WASTE COLLECTION AT ALL SPECIAL EVENTS HAVING AN EXPECTED ATTENDANCE OF AT LEAST 500 PARTICIPANTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - REQUEST TO THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO FOR MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY TO APPROVE LANDFILL PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING AMENDMENTS - CLEARY AND NEW ORCHARD STATIONS AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 929 RICHMOND ROAD AND 108 WOODROFFE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. approve the application to alter the Château Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, a property designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, based on plans received on May 9 and 30, 2018, on the condition that staff be directed to work with the applicant to make the proposed addition more visually compatible with the existing Chateau Laurier, prior to site plan approval, as follows: a. by meaningfully increasing the use of Indiana limestone cladding on the building exterior to reduce its contrast and enhance its bond with the existing building; b. by modifying the addition by sculpting, recessing, and breaking up the unrelieved uniformity of the north façade using elements and forms that are specifically drawn from, and relate to, the existing Chateau Laurier’s rich palette of forms; c. by altering the architectural expression on the north, west and east facades to introduce fenestration patterns, details and geometric proportions that are specifically drawn from, and rela details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CH'TEAU LAURIER HOTEL, 1 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER 255 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 255 MACKAY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details BULK CONSENT AGENDA
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Festival Nostalgia is a three-day event that features 19 tribute bands to recreate the music of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’; and WHEREAS Festival Nostalgia will occur on Friday August 24, 2018 through Sunday August 26, 2018 at Lebreton Flats (1 Vimy Place); and WHEREAS Festival Nostalgia is requesting to serve alcohol from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on August 24 and from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. on August 25 and 26; and WHEREAS Subsection 3(2) of Ontario Regulation 389/91, as amended under the Liquor Licence Act, provides that prescribed special occasions for the purposes of Special Occasion Permits (SOPs), include a public event designated by a municipal council as an event of municipal significance; and WHEREAS Council at its meeting of November 23, 2016, approved the definition of event of municipal significance as being a single or recurring special event, occurring on City or private property, which has a high economic and business benefit to the residents and communities of O details
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Mayor J. Watson Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor E. El-Chantiry WHEREAS combatting the increase in gun violence in Ottawa is a priority for both Ottawa City Council and the Ottawa Police Services Board; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Police Services is completing a three year, 75 new officer hiring plan that will raises our Sworn Officer Complement to 1,380 in 2018; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Police Services Board’s 2018 Budget included a 3-year budget forecast, starting in 2019, that incorporates additional officers in future years; and WHEREAS the growing concern regarding the increase in gun violence across the country has resulted in the announcement of a federal government grant program to help achieve this goal, with funding of $100 million nation-wide anticipated to begin in April 2019; and WHEREAS the Mayor of Ottawa, the Chair of the Ottawa Police Services Board and the Chief of Police have met and agreed that there is a benefit to residents and details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, over the course of the 2018-2022 Term of Council, the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will be refreshed as part of the broader upcoming Official Plan (OP) review; and WHEREAS, on March 8, 2017, City Council directed staff to fully assess the feasibility and relative priority of converting the Southwest Transitway from bus rapid transit (BRT) to light rail transit (LRT) to connect Barrhaven to the Confederation Line at the earliest opportunity, including options for implementation staging (such as interim BRT improvements) and the identification of other rapid transit supportive facilities to serve Barrhaven residents (such as park and ride lots), while respecting the affordability model established within the Long-Range Financial Plan for Transit, and that this work inform the next Transportation Master Plan update and include a review of projects currently within the Affordable Rapid Transit and Transit Priority Network”; and WHEREAS the completed Environmental details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Festival Nostalgia is a three-day event that features 19 tribute bands to recreate the music of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’; and WHEREAS Festival Nostalgia will occur on Friday August 24, 2018 through Sunday August 26, 2018 at Lebreton Flats (1 Vimy Place); and WHEREAS Festival Nostalgia is requesting to serve alcohol from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on August 24 and from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. on August 25 and 26; and WHEREAS Subsection 3(2) of Ontario Regulation 389/91, as amended under the Liquor Licence Act, provides that prescribed special occasions for the purposes of Special Occasion Permits (SOPs), include a public event designated by a municipal council as an event of municipal significance; and WHEREAS Council at its meeting of November 23, 2016, approved the definition of event of municipal significance as being a single or recurring special event, occurring on City or private property, which has a high economic and business benefit to the residents and communities of O details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Mayor J. Watson Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor E. El-Chantiry WHEREAS combatting the increase in gun violence in Ottawa is a priority for both Ottawa City Council and the Ottawa Police Services Board; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Police Services is completing a three year, 75 new officer hiring plan that will raises our Sworn Officer Complement to 1,380 in 2018; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Police Services Board’s 2018 Budget included a 3-year budget forecast, starting in 2019, that incorporates additional officers in future years; and WHEREAS the growing concern regarding the increase in gun violence across the country has resulted in the announcement of a federal government grant program to help achieve this goal, with funding of $100 million nation-wide anticipated to begin in April 2019; and WHEREAS the Mayor of Ottawa, the Chair of the Ottawa Police Services Board and the Chief of Police have met and agreed that there is a benefit to residents and details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, over the course of the 2018-2022 Term of Council, the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will be refreshed as part of the broader upcoming Official Plan (OP) review; and WHEREAS, on March 8, 2017, City Council directed staff to fully assess the feasibility and relative priority of converting the Southwest Transitway from bus rapid transit (BRT) to light rail transit (LRT) to connect Barrhaven to the Confederation Line at the earliest opportunity, including options for implementation staging (such as interim BRT improvements) and the identification of other rapid transit supportive facilities to serve Barrhaven residents (such as park and ride lots), while respecting the affordability model established within the Long-Range Financial Plan for Transit, and that this work inform the next Transportation Master Plan update and include a review of projects currently within the Affordable Rapid Transit and Transit Priority Network”; and WHEREAS the completed Environmental details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor R. Brockington Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor S. Qadri That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, to avoid further delay in the implementation and as the Ward Councillor cannot attend the July 11 Council meeting. WHEREAS Viscount Avenue is situated across from the Royal Ottawa Hospital, and despite the implementation of a “No Parking” designation in 2017, local residents continue to express safety concerns and continue to witness hospital staff parking on this street on a daily and long term basis, including those whose vehicles display Accessible Parking Permits and remain parked for greater than the permitted four-hour time limit; and WHERAS residents are requesting that the existing No Parking designation on the west side of Viscount Avenue from Carling Avenue to the first private laneway approximately 38 metres south of Carling Avenue be changed to a No Stopping designation; and WHEREAS, furth details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
ECPC
2018-06-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENERGY EVOLUTION: OTTAWA'S COMMUNITY ENERGY TRANSITION STRATEGY, PHASE 2 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REVIEW REPORT
Absent Yes Motion To: details FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR IN-HOUSE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION - EXTERNAL AUDIT RESULTS 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS it is the stated intention of staff to recommend as part of the 2019 AQCCM review a corporate GHG reduction target of 20 per cent below 2012 baseline levels; and, WHEREAS the proposed 20 per cent target is consistent with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Partners for Climate Protection program’s recommended target setting and the targets of other comparable Canadian municipalities. WHEREAS the proposed 2012 baseline would align with the Council approved short and long-term community GHG emission reduction target; and, WHEREAS the proposed 2024 end date would align with the Council approved short-term community GHG emissions reduction target; and, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment and Climate Protection Committee recommend Council adopt a corporate GHG reduction target of 20 per cent below 2012 baseline targets by 2024. details PROPOSED CORPORATE GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG) EMISSIONS REDUCTION TARGET
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-06-18
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 30 - Thursday, 10 May 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de modification du bâtiment situé au 255, rue MacKay, conformément aux plans présentés par Robertson Martin architectes et reçus le 8 juin 2018; 2. d’approuver la demande de démolition du garage existant et de construction d’un nouveau garage dans l’allée Avon, conformément aux plans présentés par Robertson Martin architectes et reçus le 8 juin 2018; 3. d'approuver le plan de l'aménagement paysager présenté par Robertson Martin architectes et reçus le 8 juin 2018; 4. de déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’apporter des changements mineurs de conception; 5. de délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine dont la date d’expiration est fixée à deux ans après la date d’émission; 6. de renoncer à la signification de l’avis prév details APPLICATION TO ALTER 255 MACKAY STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de démolition du bâtiment et du garage situés au 90, rue Crichton, conformément aux plans de Dustin Design Drafting, reçus le 2 mai 2018; 2. D’approuver la demande de construction au 90, rue Crichton, conformément aux plans de Dustin Design Drafting, reçus le 2 mai 2018; 3. D’approuver le plan d’aménagement paysager visant le 90, rue Crichton, conformément aux plans de Dustin Design Drafting, reçus le 2 mai 2018; 4. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’apporter des changements mineurs de conception; 5. De délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine dont la date d’expiration est fixée à deux ans après la date d’émission. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le pat details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 90 CRICHTON STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council adopted the Parks Canada’s document “Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada” in 2008; and WHEREAS Standard 11 of that document states that additions must be “physically and visually compatible with, subordinate to, and distinguishable from the historic place”; WHEREAS “compatible” is generally agreed to mean “able to exist or work together without conflict”; WHEREAS the proposed addition is not sufficiently visually compatible with the Chateau Laurier, a historic place WHEREAS additional modifications to the design of the proposed addition are necessary to ensure its visual compatibility with the existing Chateau Laurier, an iconic heritage landmark in the City of Ottawa and the National Capital; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 1 be amended to state that the application be approved on the following conditions: That staff be directed to work with the applicant to make the proposed addition details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CH'TEAU LAURIER HOTEL, 1 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to alter the Château Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, a property designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, based on plans received on May 9 and 30, 2018, on the condition that staff be directed to work with the applicant to make the proposed addition more visually compatible with the existing Chateau Laurier, prior to site plan approval, by: a. meaningfully increasing the use of Indiana limestone cladding on the building exterior to reduce its contrast and enhance its bond with the existing building; b. modifying the addition by sculpting, recessing, and breaking up the unrelieved uniformity of the north façade using elements and forms that are specifically drawn from, and relate to, the existing Chateau Laurier’s rich palette of forms; c. altering the architectural expression on the north, west and east facades to introduce fenestration pattern details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CH'TEAU LAURIER HOTEL, 1 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2018-06-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS 1. That the 2017 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Annual Report as described in this report and set out in Document 1 be received; and 2. That the signed audited Financial Statements of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for the year 2017 as described in this report and set out in Document 2 be received; and 3. That Dan Doré and Claude Lloyd be reappointed to the Board of Directors as community members for terms of one (1) year expiring at the 2019 OCHC Annual General Meeting (AGM) as described in this report and set out in Document 3; and 4. That Rebecca Hickey be appointed to the OCHC Board of Directors as a community member for a term of three (3) years expiring at the AGM in 2021 as described in this report and set out in Document 4; and 5. That the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign a written resolution on behalf of the City of Ottawa as Shareholder of OCHC setting out the resolutions approved by City Council. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION (OCHC) ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City’s Affordable Housing Land and Funding Policy was updated in 2017, continuing the provision that 25% of the net proceeds from the disposal of surplus property be dedicated to affordable housing development and including institutional lands in the Policy; and WHEREAS there are still over 10,500 households on the City of Ottawa’s Centralized Waiting List for rent-geared-to-income affordable housing; and WHEREAS the report indicates that the net proceeds from the sale of Property A is expected to be received by the City in two installments, with the first installment estimated at $10 million being provided in 2018/2019; and WHEREAS 25% of the net proceeds from the first installment of both Property (A) 120 Metcalfe Street/191 Laurier Avenue West would provide up to $2.5 million in funding to support new affordable housing development in Ottawa under the City’s Affordable Housing Land and Funding Policy; and WHEREAS a contribution of 25% of the first instal details IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR THE OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA JOINT FACILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA 2017 FINAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Authorize the closing of capital projects listed in Document 1; 2. Approve the budget adjustments as detailed in Document 2; 3. Return to source (funding required) the following funding balances and eliminate debt authority resulting from the closing of projects and budget adjustments: - Tax Supported reserves $3.1 million, - Rate Supported Reserves $36.9 million, - Development Charge revenues $15 million, and - Debt Authority $15.2 million; 4. Permit those projects in Document 3 that qualify for closure, to remain open;. 5. Receive the budget adjustments in Document 4 undertaken in accordance with the Delegation of Authority By-law 2016-369, as amended, as they pertain to capital works; 6. Approve that $1 million of City Wide Capital reserve returned funds be transferred to the Asphalt Repair program; and 7. Approve additional authority of $300 thousand for the Autonomous Vehicle Test Track works, as described in this report, to be details CAPITAL BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 INVESTMENTS, ENDOWMENT FUND AND OTHER TREASURY ACTIVITIES REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ, telles que modifiées Que le Conseil municipal 1. approuve la participation de la Ville d’Ottawa au partenariat de l’installation commune de la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa et de Bibliothèque et Archive Canada (« l’installation commune »), telle que décrite dans le présent rapport et résumée dans le document 1; et a. délègue au directeur municipal le pouvoir de négocier, de finaliser et d’exécuter l’entente de gouvernance « Installation commune de la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa et de Bibliothèque et Archives du Canada » (« l’entente de gouvernance ») au nom du Conseil municipal; b. délègue au directeur municipal le pouvoir de modifier l’entente de gouvernance et les ententes connexes, telle l’entente de réciprocité et de copropriété, aux noms de la Ville et du conseil d’administration de la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa, suivant la recommandation du comité directeur exécutif, comme le préci details IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR THE OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA JOINT FACILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program application submitted by Windmill Dream Ontario Holdings LP, owner of the property at 3 and 4 Booth Street, being the lands owned by Windmill Dream Ontario as of May 29th, 2018 further described in the location map found in Document 1, for a brownfields rehabilitation grant not to exceed $60,863,014 over a phased development (each phase to be a maximum of 10 years), subject to the establishment of, and in accordance with, the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement; 2. Resolve to exempt the proposed redevelopment of 3 and 4 Booth Street from paying future municipal development charges up to a maximum of $21,225,339, under Section 7(t) of the Development Charges By-law 2014 229, under the Guideline for the Development Charge Reduction due to Site Contamination Program, approved by Council June 11, 2014 and included in details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 3 AND 4 BOOTH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-EDP-0016 recommends zoning changes that prohibit dwelling units with more than four bedrooms and imposes minimum requirements for garbage management, including a provision requiring that a garbage storage area must be located within the principal building or an accessory building located in the rear yard; and WHEREAS the Sandy Hill community is committed to preserving its neighbourhood character, has demonstrated its commitment to engagement by forming the Town and Gown Committee with key partners (City of Ottawa, University of Ottawa and Councillor Fleury) and whose vision is to be a community that takes pride in their neighborhood; enjoys and contributes toward a high quality of living; and sees the value and importance in building and fostering a vibrant and dynamic urban neighbourhood; and WHEREAS Ward 12 has 24.6 per cent of the total calls to By-law and Regulatory Services for property standards complaints, which is a significant drain on Cit details R4 AND MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL ZONING REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-EDP-0016 recommends zoning changes that impose requirements for garbage management, including storage in either the principal building or an accessory building, and pathways from the garbage storage area to the curb unobstructed by any grade change; and WHEREAS a development application for a low-rise apartment dwelling comprising seven two- and three-bedroom units at 368 Chapel Street was submitted in January 2017, prior to publication of draft recommendations of the R4 Zoning Review in March 2017, and delayed due to Committee of Adjustment and Ontario Municipal Board proceedings; and WHEREAS the settlement of the OMB appeal for 368 Chapel Street includes a condition requiring garbage storage to be located inside the principal building and not in an accessory building; and WHEREAS all floors in the proposed development at 368 Chapel Street are either up or down stairs relative to grade; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following change be mad details R4 AND MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL ZONING REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Interim control bylaws 2017-245 and 2017-278 have provided significant protection to core neighbourhoods through the implementation of temporary restrictions on the size of units and bedroom count in all infill developments; and WHEREAS the neighbourhoods identified in the ICB continue to experience development pressure from the targeting of single detached-dwellings with the intent of maximizing bedroom counts by sub-dividing existing spaces or developing basements to bedrooms; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s R4 and Multi-unit Residential Zoning Review aims to implement measures to address overbuilding in multi-unit residential buildings but permits eight (8) bedrooms in single detached-dwellings; and WHEREAS Phase II of the City of Ottawa’s R4 and Multi-unit Residential Zoning Review will continue to refine and expand on the Phase I policy framework; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct the Planning Department to conduct a monitoring exercise as part o details R4 AND MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL ZONING REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PART OF 930 CARLING AVENUE AND 520 PRESTON STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, MASTER SERVICING STUDY, MASTER TRANSPORTATION STUDY, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN, AREA PARKS PLAN AND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENTS FOR BARRHAVEN SOUTH URBAN EXPANSION AREA
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the height of the building recommended by staff in the original report presented to Planning Committee on May 22, 2018 was six storeys; and WHEREAS a building height of six storeys is consistent with the policies of the Official Plan; and WHEREAS the staff recommendation included minimum building setbacks and stepbacks to support the Urban Design Review Panel’s recommendations for appropriate transition to the abutting residential neighbourhood; and WHEREAS the development will allow for residential intensification that provides locally-oriented commercial uses within a building form that is compatible and sensitive to the existing residential neighbourhood context; and WHEREAS the motion at Planning Committee to reduce the building height to five storeys was not given prior consideration of staff to assess the merits of this change; and WHEREAS staff has now had an opportunity to review this motion and is of the opinion that the motion to reduce the height to five details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 398, 402, AND 406 ROOSEVELT AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 320 MCRAE AVENUE AND 315 TWEEDSMUIR AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS report ACS2018-PIE-RHU-0012 recommends Council issue a Notice of Intention to designate the Ottawa Rowing Club under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value included as Document 5 of the report; and WHEREAS the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value is the legal portion that is given effect by the designation; and WHEREAS the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value indicates that the siding of the building is clapboard siding, which is typically where one horizontal board would be applied so that it overlaps the next, with boards that are usually thicker and straight cut along their lower edge; and WHEREAS the siding used on the building in question is actually shiplap siding, which is also applied horizontally, but with grooves formed by a notched edge that fit over the thin upper edge of the board below, which contributes to weather and waterproofing that is important for a boathouse building; and WHEREAS being specific details DESIGNATION OF THE OTTAWA ROWING CLUB BOATHOUSE, 8-10 LADY GREY DRIVE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details HOPE SIDE ROAD DIVERSION PIPE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT: PART OF 1670 LOCKHEAD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4041 MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6420 FIRST LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT FOR PART OF 6143 PERTH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENT TO THE COMPOSITION OF THE GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXEMPTION TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW - MURAL AT 93 CARRUTHERS AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MAY 23, 2018
City Council
2018-05-23
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA PARAMEDIC SERVICE 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details UPDATES TO THE CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee is recommending that City Council approve the proposal to name the future park located at 305 Lysander Place, “W.O. Wilhelmina Walker Park”/“parc de l’O-Ere-Wilhelmina-Walker,” in honour of Wing Officer Wilhelmina Walker, as described in the staff report titled, “Commemorative Naming Proposal – W.O. Wilhelmina Walker Park”; WHEREAS following the Committee’s approval of the staff report on May 17, 2018, Ms. Walker’s family requested that the future park be named “Wing Officer Willa Walker Park,” in order to provide clarity with respect to the meaning of “W.O.,” and because “Willa” was the only name that Ms. Walker was known by; and WHEREAS the name “Wing Officer Willa Walker” was vetted through Emergency Services and does not pose any concerns with respect to name duplication; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve that the future park located at 305 Lysander Place be named details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - W.O. WILHELMINA WALKER PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1. That staff submit comments to the federal consultation on plastic waste, from the municipal perspective, and; 2. That staff investigate best practices and programs that have been adopted by other municipalities to reduce the use of single-use plastics, including but not limited to, plastic straws, cutlery, bags and take-out containers/cups, and that staff report back to Council on their findings as part of the broader waste diversion report coming to Council in 2019. details MOTION - PLASTIC WASTE
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION - PLASTIC WASTE
Yes Yes Motion To: details URBAN DESIGN GUIDELINES AND ZONING PROVISIONS FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING AMENDMENT: SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIAL USES IN COMMERCIAL ZONES (STOREFRONT INDUSTRY)
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMENDATION OF THE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AND THE PLANNING COMMITTEE That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 as shown on Document 1 and detailed in Document 2. details ZONING AMENDMENT: LIVE MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE VENUES
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING AMENDMENT: LIVE MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE VENUES
Yes Yes Motion To: details COLLECTIVE BARGAINING MANDATE FOR CUPE 5500 - IN CAMERA - NOT TO BE REPORTED OUT
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - GABRIELA DABROWSKI TENNIS COURTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - JOE MESSNER BOAT LAUNCH
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - LT. COL. WILLIAM G. BARKER VC PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - ED LAVERTY FIELDS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 9-1-1 ANNUAL REPORT 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: details SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT BRANCH 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO WATER BY-LAW 2013-360 AND REPEAL OF HOME DIALYSIS GRANT BY-LAW 2007-454
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5315 ABBOTT STREET EAST
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 305 WILBROD STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2017 TO DECEMBER 31, 2017 FOR TRANSIT COMMISSION
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MAY 9, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Apartment 613 is a not-for-profit organization running an anniversary event to promote arts and culture in Ottawa. The event features an outdoor patio and a local food truck; and, WHEREAS the Apartment 613 anniversary event is to occur on Wednesday, June 13, 2018; and WHEREAS Cambridge Street North, from Somerset Street West to the dead end (a point 30m south of Somerset Street West) is required to be closed to accommodate the event and on-street event set-up; and WHEREAS the on-street event set-up will commence at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 and the event will begin operation at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday June 13, 2018; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Streets By-law (2001-260) prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road closure for Cambridge Street North from Somerset Street West to the dead end (a point 30m south of Somerset Street West) from 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Canadian demographics indicate that seniors are one of the fastest growing population groups in our communities and for the first time, the share of seniors, at 16.9% of the population, exceeds the share of children, at 16.6% of the population, in Canada; and WHEREAS according to the 2016 census from Statistics Canada, 144,140 seniors (aged 65 and over) reside in the City of Ottawa, making up 15.4% of the total Ottawa population and it is expected that by the year 2031, more than one in five residents living in Ottawa will be over the age of 65; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has benefited from the many tireless hours of volunteer work and leadership generously donated by local senior citizens; and WHEREAS senior citizens have helped to build our communities through active living, shared knowledge, and a diversity of experiences; and WHEREAS the month of June is recognized by the Province of Ontario as Seniors’ Month; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Counc details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
ECPC
2018-05-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details EC 04-17 - COLLECTION OF RECYCLABLES IN CITY PARKS / CITY FESTIVALS
Absent Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE PROTECTION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 8 MAY 2018
Absent Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO WATER BY-LAW 2013-360 AND REPEAL OF HOME DIALYSIS GRANT BY-LAW 2007-454
Yes Yes Motion To: details GREEN BUILDING REPORT - STATUS UPDATE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-05-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 29 - Thursday, 12 April 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the property located at 8-10 Lady Grey Drive, known as The Ottawa Rowing Club, as a property of cultural heritage value and interest under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF THE OTTAWA ROWING CLUB BOATHOUSE, 8-10 LADY GREY DRIVE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
No No Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to alter the building at 423-425 McLeod Street according to plans submitted by Robertson Martin Architects, received on May 2, 2018; 2. Approve the demolition of 443 and 447 Kent Street according to plans submitted by Robertson Martin Architects, received on May 2, 2018; 3. Approve the application to construct a new building at 443 and 447 Kent Street according to plans submitted by Robertson Martin Architects, received on May 2, 2018; 4. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development; 5. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on 25 June 2018.) (Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be co details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 443 AND 447 KENT STREET, AND ALTERATION AT 423-425 MCLEOD STREET, PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Applications for demolition and new construction at 443 and 447 Kent Street, and for alteration at 423-425 McLeod Street be referred to staff for further review; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Built Heritage Sub-Committee refer this matter to staff with a request that the revised report be brought back to the Built Heritage Sub-Committee in such time as to permit consideration by the Sub-Committee, Planning Committee and Council prior to July 30, 2018, with confirmation by the applicant on the record that they will extend the 90-day timeline under the Ontario Heritage Act to accommodate the committee and Council scheduling. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 443 AND 447 KENT STREET, AND ALTERATION AT 423-425 MCLEOD STREET, PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2018-05-09
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BOARD OF HEALTH RECOMMENDATION That City Council receive this report for information. details A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO REDUCING HARMS FROM GAMBLING IN OTTAWA
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission caps slot machines in any given facility to 2000 machines; and WHEREAS the current proposed zoning recommendation for the Hard Rock Casino Ottawa does not specify a cap to the number of slot machines at the Hard Rock Casino; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that under the details of the recommended zoning -amend Exception 528r within Section 239, Rural Exceptions, Column III to “Casino, limited to 2000 slot machines and 55 gaming tables” AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there be no further notice pursuant to Sub-Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.” details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4837 ALBION ROAD AND 4910 BANK STREET
Yes No Motion To: WHEREAS the Board of Public Health has authorized an application to the Ontario Minister of Health and Long-term Care for a minimum of: $200,000 in base funding for on-going work to reduce the harms from gambling; and $150,000 in one-time funding for a health promotion campaign, outreach to residents at higher risk of gambling problems and the establishment of the Ottawa Gambling Prevention Network; and WHEREAS consultations by Ottawa Public Health have identified gaps in the city’s prevention and treatment initiatives for problem gambling; and WHEREAS the addition of 750 slots and the increase to 55 gaming tables, if approved, is expected to further strain the gaps in services for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling; and WHEREAS the impact of the health promotion and outreach work deriving from the requested one-time funding would be more effective if it were on-going, not one-time; and WHEREAS treatment providers within the city of Ottawa have indicated an a details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4837 ALBION ROAD AND 4910 BANK STREET
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to define casino, and to amend Exception 528r for 4837 Albion Road and 4910 Bank Street by adding a hotel with a nine-storey height limit, permitting 55 gaming tables for a casino, and to put in place a holding provision (h symbol), as detailed in Documents 2, 3 and 4. 2. Direct staff to undertake community consultations for any future site plan control applications and that these consultations include public meetings organized by the applicant in collaboration with staff and the Ward Councillor, and which by request of another Ward Councillor, and by mutual agreement, may occur outside of the local ward. 3. Approve that prior to the submission of the zoning by-law to Council, the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development confirm to the Mayor and Members of Council that a letter from Hard Rock Casino Ottawa has been received that provides a commitment details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4837 ALBION ROAD AND 4910 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS AMENDMENTS Q2 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SITE ALTERATION BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORTS ON INVESTIGATIONS INTO LONG-TERM CARE HOMES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES THIRD PARTY REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EMERGENCY SHELTER ROOMS AGREEMENT WITH A PRIVATE HOTELS AND MOTELS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2018 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Q1 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DONATIONS TO THE CITY FOR COMMUNITY BENEFIT POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 740 SPRINGLAND DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-PS-0043 recommends zoning changes to the lands known municipally as 473 Albert Street to allow for a mix of uses on the lower levels of the existing office building; and WHEREAS the proposed maximum gross floor area for each of the occupancies on the lower levels is 410 square metres; and WHEREAS it was intended that the 410 square metre gross floor area maximum was to also apply to a bank use; and WHEREAS the details of recommended zoning erroneously limit a bank use to 30 square metres of cumulative gross floor area. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2 of the report be amended by deleting the text “limited to 30 square metres of cumulative gross floor area” from the Details of Recommended Zoning under point two, subsection b; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that no further notice be provided pursuant to Subsection 34 (17) of the Planning Act. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 473 ALBERT STREET
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report was considered and carried by Planning Committee at its meeting of 24 April 2018; and, WHEREAS the City wishes to support the efforts of the Prime Ministers’ Row initiative; and, WHEREAS the City has the legal authority under the Ontario Heritage Act to require a commemoration as a condition of approval of new construction; and, WHEREAS commemorating the building at 231 Cobourg Street is not subject to the Commemorative Naming Policy for Municipal Parks, Streets and Facilities because it is privately-owned. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council require the owner, as a condition of approval of the new construction, to bear the costs of physically commemorating the historic significance of the building to be demolished at 231 Cobourg Street as it relates to Lester B. Pearson’s work as Minister of External Affairs from 1955 to 1958 in consultation with representatives of Prime Ministers’ Row and to the satisfaction of the Manager of Right of Way, Herita details APPLICATION TO PERMIT THE DEMOLITION OF THE UGANDAN HIGH COMMISSION, 231 COBOURG STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE WILBROD LAURIER HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON THE SAME SITE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 231 COBOURG STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PARKING SERVICES 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LEITRIM ROAD REALIGNMENT AND WIDENING (RIVER ROAD TO BANK STREET) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY' - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. Approve the functional design for the Kanata Light Rail Transit (Moodie Drive to Hazeldean Road), as described in this report and supporting documents one and two; and, 2. Direct Transportation Planning staff to initiate the Transit Project Assessment Process in accordance with the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act (Regulation 231/08), including the preparation and filing of the Environmental Project Report for final public review and comment. details KANATA LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY (MOODIE DRIVE TO HAZELDEAN ROAD) - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BIKE-SHARING AGREEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF APRIL 25, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT - SOUTH NATION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS INVESTMENT PLAN - DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE WESTBORO VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 2018 LEVIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2017 - PROCUREMENT YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELD GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 1960 SCOTT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITIES AGREEMENT - COMMUNITY MUSEUMS: DIEFENBUNKER, CANADA'S COLD WAR MUSEUM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 373 PRINCETON AVENUE (527 MELBOURNE AVENUE)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 132 LISGAR ROAD, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE MODIFICATION - EMOND STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a new park is being constructed in the Cardinal Creek community of Orleans known as Park 18A; and WHEREAS the Cardinal Creek Community Association has consulted with local residents on their preferred choices for naming the new park; and WHEREAS Coyote Trail Park reflects the more naturalized design features of this park including walking paths and trails; and WHEREAS coyotes have been observed in this area by residents; and WHEREAS Coyote Trail Park was the most popular name voted on by local residents for the new Park; and WHEREAS the park is scheduled for completion in fall 2018 and approval of a name at this time will allow the name to be incorporated into site signage currently being prepared; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council approve Coyote Trail Park as the name for Park 18A. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Transportation Committee
2018-05-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council receive the Parking Services 2017 Annual Report. details PARKING SERVICES 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the functional design for the Leitrim Road Realignment and Widening Environmental Assessment Study, as described in this report and supporting documents one through six; and, 2. Direct Transportation Planning staff to finalize the Environmental Study Report and proceed with its posting for the 30-day public review period in accordance with the Ontario Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process. details LEITRIM ROAD REALIGNMENT AND WIDENING (RIVER ROAD TO BANK STREET) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That Transportation Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the functional design for the Kanata Light Rail Transit (Moodie Drive to Hazeldean Road), as described in this report and supporting documents one and two; and, 2. Direct Transportation Planning staff to initiate the Transit Project Assessment Process in accordance with the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act (Regulation 231/08), including the preparation and filing of the Environmental Project Report for final public review and comment. details KANATA LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY (MOODIE DRIVE TO HAZELDEAN ROAD) - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Secondary Plan for the Former Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Rockcliffe states that the vision for the development area (Wateridge Village) is of a contemporary mixed-use community that is walkable, cycling-supportive, transit-oriented; and WHEREAS the Community Design Plan for the Former CFB Rockcliffe indicates the possibility of access for transit, cyclists and pedestrians through the National Research Council (NRC) Campus to access Blair Road, in addition to the planned transit access on Codd’s Road; and WHEREAS both the Secondary Plan and the CDP were adopted by City Council in 2016; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Statement of Work be expanded to include 1.2 km of Blair Road north from Montreal Road so that the potential transit access through the NRC lands can connect to a transit priority corridor on Blair Road. details MONTREAL-BLAIR ROAD TRANSIT PRIORITY CORRIDOR (ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD TO BLAIR STATION) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Yes Yes Motion To: details MONTREAL-BLAIR ROAD TRANSIT PRIORITY CORRIDOR (ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD TO BLAIR STATION) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 25 APRIL 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE MODIFICATION - EMOND STREET
City Council
2018-04-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH'S 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SPONSORS GROUP REPORT ON THE SELECTION AND APPOINTMENT OF A NEW MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH - IN CAMERA - PERSONAL INFORMATION ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL - REPORTING OUT DATE: FOLLOWING COUNCIL APPROVAL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING APRIL 20, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CHILD CARE AND EARLY YEARS TRANSFORMATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TRAFFIC SIGNAL FOR TERRY FOX DRIVE AT HUNTSVILLE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 4305, 4345 AND 4375 MCKENNA CASEY DRIVE AND 3285, 3288, 3300, 3305 AND 3330 BORRISOKANE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - KATIE XU AND JACK FAN RINK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - ROGER MONTPETIT PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - HELEN REDPATH THOMSON PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 245 SQUADRON CRESCENT, 1400 HEMLOCK ROAD AND 775 MIKINAK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EXEMPTION TO THE PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW - 4255 STRANDHERD DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EXEMPTION TO THE PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW - 1795 ST LAURENT BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF APRIL 11, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: at the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion to allow for use of the devices, as the first event would occur before the next Council meeting on May 9, 2018. WHEREAS the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) would like to use smoke devices at Ottawa Fury Games at TD Place; and WHEREAS OSEG has developed procedures to ensure the safety of staff and patrons of the events; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa prohibits the use of smoke devices in By-law No. 2003-237, being the Fireworks By-law; and WHEREAS OSEG piloted smoked devices in 2017 and received no complaints; and WHEREAS Ottawa Fire Services has been consulted on the smoke devices and believes these devices can be used safely; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa grant an exemption to By-law No. 2003-237 to the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (“OSEG”), to allow for the use of smoke devices for Fury Games starting April 28, 2018, for home games during the 2018 season and details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on March 12, 2018, William ‘Bill’ Teron, fondly known as the “Father of Kanata,” passed away at the age of 85; and WHEREAS Bill was a visionary, developer, designer and builder, philanthropist, arts lover, and senior public servant whose work and influence can be found throughout Ottawa; and WHEREAS Bill is particularly well-known for putting together a land holding of more than 3,000 acres to create a new satellite city in March Township in an area holding only a few farm houses. He designed a full City with Town Centre, places of employment, schools, churches, shopping areas and a Town Centre all incorporated within open space and connection to nature before the first home was constructed. His first housing community, Beaverbrook, set an example of a “garden city” that successfully integrated residential home design with the natural environment and served as fertile grounds for future communities, business incubation and civic growth; and WHEREAS Bill w details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-04-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de modification du bâtiment situé au 132, chemin Lisgar, conformément aux plans soumis par Bill Ritcey, architecte, et reçus le 23 février 2018; 2. D’approuver le plan d’aménagement paysager du 132, chemin Lisgar, conformément aux plans soumis par Bill Ritcey, architecte, et reçus le 23 février 2018; 3. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception; 4. De délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 24 mai 2018.) (Nota : L’approbation de la demande de modification aux termes de la Loi details APPLICATION TO ALTER 132 LISGAR ROAD, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Cultural Heritage Impact Statement (CHIS), referenced in the report as Document 15, which was distributed with the agenda for the BHSC meeting of April 12, 2018 was not the most current version of the CHIS; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the CHIS be replaced with the most current version dated November 22, 2017, prepared by Robertson Martin Architects. details APPLICATION TO PERMIT THE DEMOLITION OF THE UGANDAN HIGH COMMISSION, 231 COBOURG STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE WILBROD LAURIER HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON THE SAME SITE
No No Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to demolish the Ugandan High Commission, 231 Cobourg Street, submitted by Ten 2 Four Architecture Inc. received on December 8, 2017; 2. Approve the construction of a new building at 231 Cobourg Street according to plans by Ten 2 Four Architecture Inc. received on March 19, 2018; 3. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department; 4. 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. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act has been extended to 15 May 2018.) (Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be c details APPLICATION TO PERMIT THE DEMOLITION OF THE UGANDAN HIGH COMMISSION, 231 COBOURG STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE WILBROD LAURIER HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON THE SAME SITE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-RHU-0009 recommends approval of the application; AND WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee wish to recommend refusal of the application for demolition, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendations 1 and 2 of the staff report be amended as follows: 1. Delete the word “approve” and replace it with “refuse”; AND THAT Recommendations 3 and 4 be deleted details APPLICATION TO PERMIT THE DEMOLITION OF THE UGANDAN HIGH COMMISSION, 231 COBOURG STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE WILBROD LAURIER HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON THE SAME SITE
City Council
2018-04-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPORT TO COUNCIL ON AN INQUIRY BY THE MEETINGS INVESTIGATOR: BUDGET REVIEW BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN, RICHMOND SECONDARY PLAN AND VILLAGE OF RICHMOND COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT FOR 6139 AND 6143 PERTH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 5471, 5575 AND 5613 BOUNDARY ROAD - 5554, 5508, 5570, 5610 AND 5800 FRONTIER ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SITE ALTERATION BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS at its meeting of April 5, 2018, the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee approved Motion ARA 33/04 with respect to the lands affecting the Carlsbad Springs Community Centre; and WHEREAS minor changes to the recommendations approved by ARAC would provide additional clarity to staff in executing Council’s direction; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Committee recommendations be amended to read as follows: That Council direct staff to: 1. investigate the feasibility and cost of leasing additional land from the NCC for access to users of the recreational facilities at 6020 Piperville Road in Carlsbad Springs; and 2. investigate the feasibility of disposing of the property at 5065 Thunder Road in Carlsbad Springs to provide the source of funds for capital upgrades and one time costs associated with such a lease and further recreational development at 6020 Piperville Road; and 3. return to committee and council with an implementation plan for the above by Q4 2018. details LANDS AFFECTING THE CARLSBAD SPRINGS COMMUNITY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details LANDS AFFECTING THE CARLSBAD SPRINGS COMMUNITY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY ENERGY INNOVATION FUND
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA MUSIC STRATEGY
Yes Yes Motion To: details DIEFENBUNKER MUSEUM - 3929 CARP ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details SOUTH NEPEAN TOWN CENTRE COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3311 GREENBANK ROAD AND 3380 JOCKVALE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN AMENDMENT - 3900 CAMBRIAN ROAD, 3454, 3508 GREENBANK ROAD AND 3345 BORRISOKANE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXEMPTION TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW - MURAL AT 215 WURTEMBURG STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO DOCUMENT 4 OF REPORT ACS2018-PIE-PS-0005 - FRONT-ENDING REPORT-STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PONDS 1 AND 2, LEITRIM ROAD STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEM, NORTH-SOUTH SWALE AND OVERSIZED TRUNK STORM SEWERS IN LEITRIM COMMUNITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. Approve the functional design for the full road reconstruction of Albert and Slater Streets (Empress to Bay) and Bronson Avenue (Laurier to Queen), as described in this report; 2. Approve the functional design for the interim post-LRT modifications to Albert and Slater Streets (Bay to Waller), as described in this report; 3. Direct staff to finalize the Environmental Study Report with its posting of the 30-day public review period, in accordance with Ontario Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (Schedule C) for the Slater Street Realignment (Empress to Bronson); and, 4. Approve the amendment to the Traffic and Parking By-Law No. 2017-301 as described in this report and detailed in Document 4. details ALBERT AND SLATER STREETS POST LRT REPURPOSING FUNCTIONAL DESIGN AND SLATER STREET REALIGNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS
No Yes Motion To: details ALL WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF JOSHUA STREET AND SADDLERIDGE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the lowest commercial tax rate in the City of Ottawa is for “parking lots and vacant land” and is approximately half the rate compared to office buildings and one third less than the average commercial class; and WHEREAS the City has established intensification targets to encourage development of under-utilized serviced lands to meet the growth needs of the municipality; and WHEREAS the Provincial Policy Statement establishes that “promoting efficient development and land-use patterns which sustain the financial wellbeing of the Province and municipalities over the long term” is critical; and WHEREAS the Official Plan directs the City to “consider how to reduce the amount of land used for parking” and implement “measures include[ing] controlling parking supply and pricing parking appropriately”; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Transportation Master Plan states: “By effectively managing its supply and price, the City can influence how people choose to travel details 2018 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details 2018 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details CLEAN WATER AND WASTEWATER FUND - TRANSFER OF FUNDS BETWEEN APPROVED PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 ARCHIVES AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details CITY OF OTTAWA 2018 MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN (COMAP) UPDATE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018-2022 ELECTION COMPLIANCE AUDIT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 YEAR-END MFIPPA REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 REPORT ON FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2018 BUDGETS AND SPECIAL LEVIES FOR BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS AND SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPORT ON BUDGET EXPENSES PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 284/09
Yes Yes Motion To: details UNCOLLECTIBLE TAXES - SECTION 354 (1)(2)(4) OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001, S.O. 2001 C.25
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXPROPRIATION OF LANDS, KANATA SOUTH LINK
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1211 OLD MONTREAL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3015, 3055, 3075 AND 3095 PALLADIUM DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 207 BELL STREET NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE FORMER GRANT SCHOOL, 2720 RICHMOND ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2017 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO THE BUILDING CODE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 28, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS payday loan establishments are currently licensed and regulated by the Province of Ontario under the Payday Loans Act, 2008; and WHEREAS there are currently 55 payday loan establishments licensed by the Province of Ontario in the City of Ottawa and includes areas of significant geographic concentration; and WHEREAS section 154.1 of the Municipal Act, 2001, authorizes municipalities to define the area in which a payday loan establishment may or may not operate and limit the number of payday loan establishments in any defined area in which they are permitted, effective January 1, 2018; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development to examine options to establish a cap on the number of payday loan establishments, detail measures to reduce concentration, and bring forward amendments to the comprehensive zoning by-law 2008-250 and report back to Planning Committee; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS The Orléans Poutinefest is an outdoor festival promoting traditional, gourmet, exotic and different worlds of poutine. Featuring multiple food vendors, musicians and a craft beer garden; and WHEREAS The Orléans Poutinefest is to occur on Friday, May 11, 2018 through Sunday, May 13, 2018; and WHEREAS Centrum Boulevard, from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive is required to be closed to accommodate the festival and on-street festival set-up; and WHEREAS the on-street festival set-up will commence at 6:00pm on Thursday May 10, 2018 and the festival will begin operation at 11:00am on Friday May 11, 2018; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Streets By-law (2001-260) prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road closure for Centrum Boulevard from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive from 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 to 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 14 for the Orléans Poutinefest, pro details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS The Orléans Craft Beer Festival is an outdoor festival promoting local breweries, food vendors and musicians; and WHEREAS The Orléans Craft Beer Festival is to occur on Thursday June 7, 2018 through Saturday June 9, 2018; and WHEREAS Centrum Boulevard, from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive is required to be closed to accommodate the festival and on-street festival set-up; and WHEREAS the on-street festival set-up will commence at 8:00am on Thursday June 7, 2018 and the festival will begin operation at 3:00pm on Thursday June 7, 2018; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Streets By-law (2001-260) prohibits road closures before 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the road closure for Centrum Boulevard from Brisebois Crescent to Prestone Drive from 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 7 to 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 10 for the Orléans Craft Beer Festival, providing it meets the requirements, conditions and approval details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Provincial Government has implemented CycleON: Ontario’s Cycling Strategy with the vision of seeing cycling recognized, respected, and valued as a core mode of transportation that provides individuals and communities with health, economic environmental, social and other benefits; WHEREAS the Provincial Government has implemented the Ontario Climate Change Strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 80% below 1990 levels by 2050, and build a prosperous low-carbon economy; WHEREAS increasing cycling can play an important role in meeting our climate change goals; WHEREAS Ontario’s daily cycling mode share is currently 1%; WHEREAS an Ontario wide poll shows that 4.5% of Ontario residents ride a bike at least monthly and that 54% of Ontario residents want to cycle more than they currently do; WHEREAS of the 54% polled, 67% would be encouraged to cycle more if there were more and better cycling infrastructure available (Share the Road, 2014); WHEREAS studies hav details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the next Council meeting is April 25, 2018 and the City’s motion confirming its support for Ottawa’s application to the Government of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge must be made now to meet the application deadline of April 24, 2018: WHEREAS the Government of Canada has launched its Smart Cities Challenge, a competition that will award up to $50 million to a winning City to define their future with the help of residents through the use of a Smart Cities approach that uses data and connected technology; and WHEREAS the competition centres around a Challenge Statement, a single sentence that guides the City’s preliminary proposal, describes how community residents have shaped the Statement, and provides evidence of the commitment of the City’s leadership to Ottawa’s proposal; and WHEREAS City staff, working in partnership with Invest Ottawa, have undertaken 16 i details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the following by-law be read and passed: To confirm the proceedings of the Council meeting of April 11, 2018. details ADJOURNMENT
Transportation Committee
2018-04-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil municipal : 1. Approuver la conception fonctionnelle de la réfection complète des rues Albert et Slater (entre l’avenue Empress et la rue Bay) et de l’avenue Bronson (de l’avenue Laurier à la rue Queen), comme le décrit le présent rapport; 2. Approuver la conception fonctionnelle des modifications provisoires de la chaussée des rues Albert et Slater (entre la rue Bay et la rue Waller) après l’aménagement du TLR, comme le décrit le présent rapport; 3. Demande au personnel de finaliser le rapport de l’étude d’évaluation environnementale et de l’afficher pendant la période d’examen du public de 30 jours, conformément au processus d’évaluation environnementale municipale de portée générale de l’Ontario (annexe C) pour le nouveau tracé de la rue Slater (entre l’avenue Empress et l’avenue Bronson); et, 4. Approuver la modification au Règlement sur la circulation et le stationnement no 2 details ALBERT AND SLATER STREETS POST LRT REPURPOSING FUNCTIONAL DESIGN AND SLATER STREET REALIGNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS
No Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve the installation of an all-way stop control at the intersection of Joshua Street and Saddleridge Drive. details ALL WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF JOSHUA STREET AND SADDLERIDGE DRIVE
Yes No Motion To: That the Transportation Committee defer consideration of this item to the 2 May Transportation Committee meeting. details ALL WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF JOSHUA STREET AND SADDLERIDGE DRIVE
City Council
2018-03-28
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ENGINEER'S REPORT CRANBERRY CREEK MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS, IMPROVEMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details UPDATE ON THE TEN YEAR HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS PLAN 2014-2024
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Receive the information with respect to the options for the Green Bin program and the current contract with Orgaworld Canada Ltd, as described in the report and listed in Document 2, and the confidential companion memorandum from the City Clerk and Solicitor, issued separately as Document 4 and not to be reported out, as it relates to litigation and is covered by solicitor-client privilege; 2. Approve the terms and conditions of a revised contract with Orgaworld Canada Ltd, as described in this report and in Document 1, and including the expansion of the Green Bin program to include plastic bags and dog waste, effective mid-2019, subject to the facility upgrades being complete and provincial regulatory approvals being in place; 3. Delegate the authority to the General Manager, Public Works and Environmental Services, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to negotiate, finalize and execute an amended contract details SOURCE SEPARATED ORGANICS PROGRAM UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RESERVES REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2720 RICHMOND ROAD - OPTION TO RE-PURCHASE PARCEL A PORTION OF LAND OWNED BY COOPERATIVE MULTISERVICES FRANCOPHONE DE L'OUEST D'OTTAWA (CMFO) TO LE CONSEIL DES 'COLES PUBLIQUES DE L'EST DE L'ONTARIO (CEPEO) AND DISPOSAL OF PARCEL B PORTION OF CITY OWNED LAND' TO CEPEO
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA MACDONALD-CARTIER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 315 CHAPEL STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the mixed-use building fronts on Riverside Drive; and WHEREAS the height recommended by staff in the original report was 3 storeys; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the height of the mixed used building be returned to the original staff report recommendation of 3 storeys and 13.5 meters; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there be no further notice pursuant to Sub-section 34 (17) of the Planning Act. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 3071 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 3071 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 851 INDUSTRIAL AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2018-PIE-PS-0029 recommends approval and adoption of Zoning By-law amendment for 2887 and 2895 Riverside Drive; and WHEREAS staff have noticed two additional items to be included in the Zoning By-law amendment; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that Document 2 (2,c,II), be amended by adding the following: vi. Minimum required amenity space: 160 square metres vii. Minimum landscape buffer around a parking lot at the northeast corner: 1.0 metre BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, Subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2887 AND 2895 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS - PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGE BY-LAW REVIEW COUNCILLORS SPONSOR GROUP
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MODIFY PARKING FEES DURING THE PERIOD OF THE CPR/O-TRAIN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RIGHT OF WAY PATIO BY-LAW - REVIEW OF PEDESTRIAN CLEARWAY AND ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR EXISTING PATIOS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6350 PERTH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MINOR UPDATES/AMENDMENTS TO EXISTING BY-LAWS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DISPOSITION OF 2017 TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS / DEFICIT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2017 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 351 SANDHILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 50 LAKEWAY DRIVE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MUNICIPAL PARKING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 2018 BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUNVIEW DRIVE SIDEWALK - OTTAWA PEDESTRIAN PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TREMBLAY ROAD SIDEWALK - OTTAWA PEDESTRIAN PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SPEED REDUCTION ON HIGHBURY PARK DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF FEBRUARY 28, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS for decades organizations and individuals have worked diligently to increase awareness of women’s rights and bring the issues of parity to the forefront; WHEREAS the United Nations has declared that the critical mass necessary for women to make a visible impact on the style and content of political decision-making is 30%; and WHEREAS our Federal Government in 2015 created the first gender-balanced cabinet and have just released the first federal budget built to recognize the importance of gender equality in our society; WHEREAS other major Canadian Cities, such as Vancouver, have created special committees that bring forward issues of concern and work to ensure gender equality within their policies and initiatives. WHEREAS currently Ottawa City Council has a female representation of less than 17%; WHEREAS currently Ottawa Advisory Committees have an underrepresentation of women; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council recommend that the Mayor and City Sta details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the participation rates of Canadians engaging in healthy physical activities has declined, while inactivity and obesity continues to rise in Canada; and WHEREAS health and fitness ought to be promoted and embraced by Canadians of all ages and abilities; and WHEREAS many Canadian cities have taken up the challenge of encouraging and promoting physical activity, including Calgary, Saskatoon, Montréal and Victoria; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa promotes active and healthy living through a number of initiatives, including: an ongoing “Try It” campaign for City fitness membership programs, a series of “I Love to” programs to promote swimming, skating, soccer and other sports, supporting the Healthy Kids Community Challenge and the Healthy Eating, Active Living Strategy (HEAL); and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Departments (Ottawa Public Health, Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Department and others) work together on improving the access to physical activi details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the next Council meeting is April 11, 2018 and the City’s motion confirming participation in the 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) bid must be made now to meet the deadline for the bid process of April 9, 2018: WHEREAS the City’s Bid More, Win More, Host More strategy, is designed to attract world-class conferences and events to Ottawa and promote economic prosperity and growth; and WHEREAS the City seeks to host the 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 AMO annual general meetings (AGMs), conferences and tradeshows; and WHEREAS the AMO conference involves over 2000 participants annually from municipalities and other organizations across Ontario and results in an economic impact of over 1.6 million each year; and WHEREAS AMO requires that its member municipalities pass a council resolution for each bid submitted to host AMO’s AGMs, confer details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
ECPC
2018-03-26
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY ENERGY INNOVATION FUND
Yes Yes Motion To: details CLEAN WATER AND WASTEWATER FUND - TRANSFER OF FUNDS BETWEEN APPROVED PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor Chernushenko WHEREAS compostable plastic products and packaging are a relatively new and emerging waste stream in Canada, and plastic packaging, in particular, has traditionally been part of the Blue Box program in Ontario; and WHEREAS, as noted by the Province in their Proposed Food and Organic Waste Framework, these new types of products and packaging, especially in relation to food waste, are creating both challenges and opportunities for waste reduction and resource recovery; and WHEREAS there is broad recognition that more work needs to be done by producers, waste processors, and governments to better integrate these materials into Ontario’s circular economy as they become more common; and WHEREAS the Province has also indicated that producer responsibility should be taken into account with regards to the waste reduction and resource recovery of compostable plastic products and packaging that producers sell in Ontario; and WHEREAS, alt details SOURCE SEPARATED ORGANICS PROGRAM UPDATE
No Yes Motion To: details SOURCE SEPARATED ORGANICS PROGRAM UPDATE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-03-08
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti prenne connaissance de la présentation à titre d’information. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee receive this presentation for information. details NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION INFORMATION PRESENTATION - BEYOND CANADA 150: LEGACY PROJECTS IN THE CAPITAL
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de modification de l’ancienne école Grant, située au 2720, chemin Richmond, conformément aux plans préparés par J.L. Richards and Associates Limited et reçus le 22 janvier 2018; 2. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception; 3. De délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance, sauf si le permis est prolongé par le Conseil municipal avant sa date d’échéance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 26 avril 2018.) (Nota : L’approbation de la demande de modification aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario ne sign details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE FORMER GRANT SCHOOL, 2720 RICHMOND ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Transportation Committee
2018-03-07
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: All pre-existing ROW patio permit holders must file complete application plans in compliance with ROW Patio By-law 2017-92, as amended, by no later than October 31, 2018. details RIGHT OF WAY PATIO BY-LAW - REVIEW OF PEDESTRIAN CLEARWAY AND ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR EXISTING PATIOS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details RIGHT OF WAY PATIO BY-LAW - REVIEW OF PEDESTRIAN CLEARWAY AND ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR EXISTING PATIOS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MUNICIPAL PARKING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 2018 BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 28 FEBRUARY 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUNVIEW DRIVE SIDEWALK - OTTAWA PEDESTRIAN PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TREMBLAY ROAD SIDEWALK - OTTAWA PEDESTRIAN PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SPEED REDUCTION ON HIGHBURY PARK DRIVE
City Council
2018-02-28
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING FEBRUARY 23, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA RESPONSE TO THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION'S CALLS TO ACTION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FINANCIAL PLAN FOR WATER SERVICES 2018, PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 453/07
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALY REPORT Q1 2018 AFFECTING LANDS WITHIN THE GENERAL URBAN AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT, 979 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 355 COOPER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1946 SCOTT STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS MODIFIÉES DE LA COMMISSION Que le Conseil : 1. demande au personnel de rédiger un règlement municipal modificatif à adopter, conformément aux précisions du présent rapport, tel que modifiée, et d’y inclure les éléments suivants : a. pour une période de quinze mois après le début des opérations sur la Ligne de la Confédération de l''O-Train, autoriser le directeur général à permettre et à réglementer le transport des bicyclettes à bord des véhicules et dans les stations de transport en commun, et demander au directeur général de remettre à la Commission du transport en commun et au Conseil municipal un rapport sur la mise en œuvre de ces règlements en vertu de la présente délégation d''autorité avant son expiration; i) qu'OC Transpo permette les bicyclettes sur la Ligne de la Confédération et la Ligne Trillium en tout temps, sous réserve d''exigences extraordinaires en matière de gestion et des restrictions proposées suiv details AMENDMENTS TO TRANSIT BY-LAW FOR MULTIMODAL OPERATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1. That the plaza located at the southwest corner of Preston Street and Somerset Street West adjacent to the Plant Recreation Centre, as shown in Document 1, be designated “Saigon Square”; and 2. That a commemorative boulder and plaque be erected in this location, as described in this report, with the cost to be covered by the Vietnamese Canadian Centre; and 3. That the wording on the plaque be displayed as “This Square was named “Saigon” in recognition of the contribution to the City Of Ottawa by the Vietnamese Refugees who came to Canada in search of freedom”; and 4. That the General Manager of Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services be delegated the authority to negotiate and execute an agreement with the Vietnamese Canadian Centre detailing the terms, conditions and responsibilities for this project, to approve the final design and installation details of the boulder and plaque and to approve the final wordin details NAMING - SAIGON SQUARE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the proposal to name the Sawmill Creek Settling Pond the “Wendy Stewart Pond.” details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - WENDY STEWART POND
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - ROBERT AND LINDA POULSEN GYMNASIUM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MANOTICK AREA SPECIFIC - DEVELOPMENT CHARGES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGES REBATE PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 213, 217, 221, 223 HENDERSON AVENUE AND 65 TEMPLETON STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEFERRAL OF DEVELOPMENT CHARGES FOR PROPOSED METCALFE FAIR BUILDING
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF FEBRUARY 14, 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in 1910 women delegates from around the world met in Copenhagen to propose that Women’s Day become an international event to promote equal rights for women; and WHEREAS the first International Women’s Day was held in 1911; and WHEREAS in 1977, the United Nations officially called for all countries to mark a day for the recognition of women's economic, political and social achievements; and WHEREAS we are witnessing a significant rise in women’s activism and a deepening resolve to reject gender discrimination in all forms; and WHEREAS every year thousands of events are held around the world to inspire, celebrate and honour women. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council declare March 8, 2018, to be International Women’s Day in the City of Ottawa. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as the next Council meeting is not until March 28, 2018, and the agreement with the Province must be finalized and executed in March prior to the end of the Province’s fiscal year. WHEREAS the Province of Ontario has taken significant steps to fight climate change and limit Green House Gas (GHG) emissions with the passage of the Climate Change Mitigation and Low-carbon Economy Act, 2016 (the “Act”) and release of its 5-year Climate Change Action Plan (“CCAP”); and WHEREAS the Municipal GHG Challenge Fund is one of the specific actions identified in the CCAP to support municipal action on climate change mitigation; and WHERAS the Municipal GHG Challenge Fund is a competitive, application-based program that supports GHG emissions reduction projects proposed by municipalities who have or will develop a Community-wide GHG Emissions Inventory, Community-wide GHG Reduction Targets, and a Community- details
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the next Council meeting is March 28, 2018 and the City’s motion confirming participation in the 2020 North American Indigenous Games bid must be made now to meet the deadline for the bid process of March 16, 2018: WHEREAS Ottawa was the winner of the Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario (ASWCO) provincial bid process and has been named the official Ontario host candidate for the 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG); and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa and Ottawa Tourism are supporting the efforts of ASWCO and the 2020 NAIG Ontario Bid Committee in their bid for the 2020 NAIG to be held in Ottawa; and WHEREAS the NAIG are the largest multi-sport and multi-disciplinary event in North America of their kind, involving 5,000 Indigenous youth from across North America, and provides significant and positive economic and socio-economic impacts as well as legacies details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council on September 23, 2015, approved the establishment of the position of the Light Rail Regulatory Monitor and Compliance Officer for the City’s Light Rail Transit System, whose duties include monitoring and reporting on compliance with the Ottawa Light Rail Regulatory Framework (Report ACS2015-CMR-OCM-0008); and WHEREAS the report established a Hiring Panel, consisting Mayor Jim Watson, Deputy Mayors Bob Monette and Mark Taylor, Transit Commission Chair Stephen Blais and Transportation Committee Chair Keith Egli, which would engage an external firm to establish and implement an independent search process that would identify candidates of high quality; and WHEREAS Lynda Naveda Consulting Ltd. (the Recruitment Consultant) was tasked with undertaking a search for qualified candidates to fulfill this role; and WHEREAS on November 27, 2017, a meeting of the Hiring Panel was convened to consider the curricula vitae of candidates who had been short-listed by the details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion as the next Council meeting is not until March 28, 2018, and the agreement with the Province must be finalized and executed in March prior to the end of the Province’s fiscal year. WHEREAS the Province of Ontario has taken significant steps to fight climate change and limit Green House Gas (GHG) emissions with the passage of the Climate Change Mitigation and Low-carbon Economy Act, 2016 (the “Act”) and release of its 5-year Climate Change Action Plan (“CCAP”); and WHEREAS the Municipal GHG Challenge Fund is one of the specific actions identified in the CCAP to support municipal action on climate change mitigation; and WHERAS the Municipal GHG Challenge Fund is a competitive, application-based program that supports GHG emissions reduction projects proposed by municipalities who have or will develop a Community-wide GHG Emissions Inventory, Community-wide GHG Reduction Targets, and a Community- details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council approve that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, as the next Council meeting is March 28, 2018 and the City’s motion confirming participation in the 2020 North American Indigenous Games bid must be made now to meet the deadline for the bid process of March 16, 2018: WHEREAS Ottawa was the winner of the Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario (ASWCO) provincial bid process and has been named the official Ontario host candidate for the 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG); and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa and Ottawa Tourism are supporting the efforts of ASWCO and the 2020 NAIG Ontario Bid Committee in their bid for the 2020 NAIG to be held in Ottawa; and WHEREAS the NAIG are the largest multi-sport and multi-disciplinary event in North America of their kind, involving 5,000 Indigenous youth from across North America, and provides significant and positive economic and socio-economic impacts as well as legacies details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council on September 23, 2015, approved the establishment of the position of the Light Rail Regulatory Monitor and Compliance Officer for the City’s Light Rail Transit System, whose duties include monitoring and reporting on compliance with the Ottawa Light Rail Regulatory Framework (Report ACS2015-CMR-OCM-0008); and WHEREAS the report established a Hiring Panel, consisting Mayor Jim Watson, Deputy Mayors Bob Monette and Mark Taylor, Transit Commission Chair Stephen Blais and Transportation Committee Chair Keith Egli, which would engage an external firm to establish and implement an independent search process that would identify candidates of high quality; and WHEREAS Lynda Naveda Consulting Ltd. (the Recruitment Consultant) was tasked with undertaking a search for qualified candidates to fulfill this role; and WHEREAS on November 27, 2017, a meeting of the Hiring Panel was convened to consider the curricula vitae of candidates who had been short-listed by the details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
ECPC
2018-02-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE PROTECTION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 13 FEBRUARY 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - WENDY STEWART POND
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCIAL PLAN FOR WATER SERVICES 2018, PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 453/07
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-02-08
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 26 - 11 January 2018
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de démolition du bâtiment situé au 50, promenade Lakeway, reçue le 5 janvier 2018; 2. D’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 50, promenade Lakeway, conformément aux plans préparés par Jane Thompson Architect et datés du 5 janvier 2018; 3. D’approuver l’aménagement paysager prévu autour du nouveau bâtiment devant être construit au 50, promenade Lakeway, conformément aux plans préparés par Jane Thompson Architect et datés du 5 janvier 2018; 4. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception; 5. De délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance, sauf si le permis est prolongé par le Conseil municipal ava details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 50 LAKEWAY DRIVE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the members of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee have requested additional review of engineering issues and the possibility of retention of at least portions of the building at 231 Cobourg Street, a building designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: • that the application to demolish the building at 231 Cobourg Street, a Category 3 building in the Laurier Wilbrod Heritage Conservation District be referred to staff for further review; and • that the City of Ottawa be directed to engage a structural engineer with heritage experience to provide an independent engineering report which speaks to the structure of the existing building; and • based on the additional information in the independent review, that the applicant be encouraged to prepare a revised application that retains or incorporates a significant portion of the existing building or a new design that better reflects the recommendations contained in the applicant’s Cu details APPLICATION TO PERMIT THE DEMOLITION OF THE UGANDAN HIGH COMMISSION, 231 COBOURG STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE WILBROD LAURIER HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON THE SAME SITE
City Council
2018-01-31
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor’s remarks given at the City Council meeting on January 31, 2018 be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS - MAYOR WATSON
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT that Item 1 on City Council Agenda 63 - Official Plan and Zoning Amendments – Rochester Field - be deferred for consideration at at the City Council Meeting of February 14, 2018. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING AMENDMENTS 'ROCHESTER FIELD
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve les critères spécifiques à l’examen d’une demande de dérogation mineure effectuée par le Comité de dérogation et visant les 325, 327 et 333, chemin de Montréal, le 334, rue Montfort et le 273, avenue Ste-Anne, comme l’explique en détail le document 2. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the specific criteria for consideration of an application for minor variance by the Committee of Adjustment for 325, 327, and 333 Montreal Road, 334 Montfort Street and 273 Ste. Anne Avenue as detailed in Document 2. details BY-LAW - 325, 327, AND 333 MONTREAL ROAD, 334 MONTFORT STREET AND 273 STE. ANNE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ, TELLES QUE MODIFIÉES Que le Conseil approuve : 1. une modification du Plan officiel, Volume 2a, ancienne Ville d''Ottawa, 4.0 – Hunt Club, en incorporant des politiques propres à des emplacements pour les 1026, 1038, 1040, 1050 et 1054, chemin Hunt Club en ce qui concerne les utilisations résidentielles, institutionnelles et commerciales permises comme indiqué dans le Document 2; 2. une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 pour les 1026, 1038, 1040, 1050 et 1054, chemin Hunt Club afin d''intégrer une zone d’utilisations polyvalentes générale avec une hauteur de bâtiments allant jusqu''à 26 mètres et un taux de stationnement réduit pour la construction d''une maison de retraite et d''un hôtel, comme indiqué dans le Document 2; 3. que le document 3, Détails du zonage recommandé, du rapport ACS2018-PIE-PS-0013, soit modifier par l’ajout du texte suivant après la section 2. c : d. Qu’une disposition d’aménagement di details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1026, 1038, 1040, 1050 AND 1054 HUNT CLUB ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 737 SILVER SEVEN ROAD AND 15 FRANK NIGHBOR PLACE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is committed to continuing to work with both the private and not-for-profit sectors in the development of affordable housing to advance the objectives of the City’s 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan and the Official Plan; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa currently provides a number of programs targeted towards the development of new affordable housing through municipal funding and financial incentives; WHEREAS the Promoting Affordable Housing Act, 2016 was introduced in the Ontario Legislative Assembly on September 14, 2016 and received Royal Assent on December 8, 2016; and WHEREAS this legislation enables the Minister of Municipal Affairs to introduce regulations under the Planning Act related to inclusionary zoning; and WHEREAS the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Ministry of Housing published proposed regulations on December 18, 2017 and is seeking public comments by February 1, 2018; ?and WHEREAS inclusionary zoning is intended to details MOTION - INCLUSIONARY ZONING - SUBMISSION TO ONTARIO MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND MINISTRY OF HOUSING REGARDING PROPOSED REGULATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MOTION - INCLUSIONARY ZONING - SUBMISSION TO ONTARIO MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND MINISTRY OF HOUSING REGARDING PROPOSED REGULATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AGREEMENT WITH THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY FOR WORKS IN THE UPPER POOLE-CREEK SUBWATERSHED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 168 DALY AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 4497 O'KEEFE COURT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE PARKING GARAGE, CH'TEAU LAURIER, 1 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 485 MAPLE LANE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SUMMARY OF ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS FOR ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE PLANNING ACT 'EXPLANATION REQUIREMENTS' AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF DECEMBER 13, 2017
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2018-01-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 25 - 1 December 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver une demande de démolition des quatre étages supérieurs du garage de stationnement du Château Laurier, soumise par Momentum planification urbaine et communications, et reçue le 27 novembre 2017 ; 2. D’approuver la demande visant à maintenir et à renforcer les murs au rez-de-chaussée du garage de stationnement afin qu’ils servent d’écran à l’aire de stationnement actuelle située au rez-de-chaussée, qui, selon les plans d’architectsAlliance, demeurera inchangée ; 3. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 25 février 2018.) (Nota : L’approbation de details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE PARKING GARAGE, CH'TEAU LAURIER, 1 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de démolition du bâtiment situé au 485, ruelle Maple reçue le 23 novembre 2017 ; 2. D’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 485, ruelle Maple, conformément aux plans conçus par la Peter Cai Consulting, datés du 20 novembre 2017 et reçus le 23 novembre 2017 ; 3. D’approuver l’architecture paysagère conçue pour le nouveau bâtiment au 485, ruelle Maple, conformément aux plans de la Peter Cai Consulting, datés du 20 novembre 2017 et reçus le 23 novembre 2017 ; 4. De déléguer au directeur général de Planification, Infrastructure et Développement économique le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications mineures de conception ; 5. De délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance, sauf si le permis est prolongé par le Conse details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 485 MAPLE LANE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2017-12-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: 3. Approve the 2018 Ottawa Police Service Draft Operating and Capital Budgets as recommended by the Ottawa Police Services Board; details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa fiscal framework guiding principles for asset management establish that capital assets are maintained and/or replaced using models of best economy; AND WHEREAS those same principles also establish that an objective and transparent asset management framework is used to evaluate asset condition and the corresponding need and priority for maintenance or replacement; AND WHEREAS the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development has identified the highest priority infrastructure renewal projects through the Comprehensive Asset Management Plan; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the motion be amended by deleting: “General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development report back to FEDC as soon as possible in Q1 2018 with a list of recommended infrastructure renewal projects that will be funded from this allocation, including roads, sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian walkways and city facilities” and replaced with: “ details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City Treasurer has just informed Council that the forecast for the 2017 year-end has improved significantly and as a result the balance in the City Wide Reserve is projected to increase by $10M; and WHEREAS the City Wide Reserve is used to fund all tax-supported capital works with the exception of Police and Transit, and the additional funds are not committed or required to fulfill any current long range plans; and WHEREAS there is broad support to continue our city's progress in renewing our built infrastructure; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that up to $10 million from the City-wide reserve be allocated to general infrastructure renewal in the 2018 budget, and that the General Manager of Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development report back to FEDCO as soon as possible in Q1 2018 with a list of recommended infrastructure renewal projects that will be funded from this allocation, including roads, sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian walkways and city facilities. details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has not provided a funding stream for social agencies that do not receive Renewable Community Funding since 2013; and WHEREAS on December 7th, 2017, the Community and Protective Services Committee and other Members of Council heard directly from a number of agencies that are not currently eligible for City funding indicating that they are facing mounting pressures and an increase demand, and that they need support; and WHEREAS staff has indicated that they are reviewing the current Community Funding Framework, and will be bringing forward any recommended changes in 2019; and WHEREAS staff has advised that there is current $77,000 in the Renewable Community Funding envelope that is currently uncommitted, and that $23,000 could be reallocated from the Emergency Community Funding envelope with limited risk; and WHEREAS a modest investment in project funding would enable the City to better assist eligible social agencies currently outside of the fundin details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS: City Council has heard from the public that Ottawa residents are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of public toilets in this city and the lack of public toilets disproportionately affects our most vulnerable citizens, including seniors; and WHEREAS Canadian demographics indicate that seniors are one of the fastest growing population groups in our communities with nationwide projections that by 2036, their numbers will represent 24.5% or 9.8 million citizens; and WHEREAS increasing access to public washrooms serves to make Ottawa a more inclusive and caring city; and WHEREAS accessible public toilets can be provided for $600 each, and staff has advised that accessible, portable toilets could be installed at 10 additional parks in 2018 within existing budgets and without having a negative impact on current programs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council direct the General Manager of Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services to add accessible, portab details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: 9. 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. details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: 9. Approve that any surplus in the Hydro dividend received in 2018 will be allocated such that fifty percent of the amount be directed towards the Road Resurfacing program and that fifty percent 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. details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council approved a 10-year funding plan to eliminate the $70 million infrastructure gap in tax-supported assets as part of the consideration of the Comprehensive Asset Management Plan and Long-Range Financial Plan (Tax-supported Programs) in June 2017; and WHEREAS subsequent to that decision, Members of Council heard from the public that there was a desire to see if that gap could be reduced more quickly; and WHEREAS the federal and provincial governments have indicated that infrastructure funding is a major priority for those governments, and it is possible that the assumptions in the Long-Range Financial Plan could change; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to review the options to shorten the time frame needed to reduce and eliminate the $70 million infrastructure gap for tax-supported programs and present these options in 2019, prior to the next Term of Council priority-setting exercise. details 2018 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: 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. details ENERGY EVOLUTION: OTTAWA'S COMMUNITY ENERGY TRANSITION STRATEGY, PHASE 1
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report entitled Hotel and Short Term Accommodation Tax (ACS2017-CSD-REV-0011) recommends a four percent Municipal Accommodation Tax as further described in the report, being effective January 1, 2018; and WHEREAS, smaller independent Bed and Breakfast operators, who have not previously charged a Destination Marketing Fee to their guests, have requested that the City provide and exemption process to reduce their administrative burden, as they do not have full-time accounting staff; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the following Recommendation 3 be added to report ACS2017 CSD-REV-0011: 3. That the Municipal Accommodation Tax by-law, included in Document 2, provide that Bed and Breakfast operators may apply to the City for an exemption from the payment of the Municipal Accommodation Tax, provided that the application is in the form prescribed by the City Treasurer and meets the following eligibility criteria to the satisfaction of the City Treasurer: (a) The Bed an details HOTEL AND SHORT TERM ACCOMMODATION TAX
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2017-PIE-PS-0134 recommends a zoning by-law amendment to accommodate development next to the existing church at 1040 Bank Street; and, WHEREAS at its meeting of 28 November 2017 Planning Committee directed staff to work with the applicant to determine if the height of the proposed development could be reduced to address concerns raised by the community; and, WHEREAS the applicant has revised its proposed development so that it is 0.1 metres below the parapet of the existing church, and introduced a step-back of one metre above the fifth storey for that part of the building facing the Rideau Canal; and, WHEREAS staff support the revisions to the proposed development; and, WHEREAS the proposed development is located on a unique site next to the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; and, WHEREAS the proposed development is situated so as to ensure the Church’s prominence as viewed from Bank Street and the entrance to the community; and, WHEREAS as with details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1040 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 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
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 667 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ANOMALY - 168 BAILLIE AVENUE AND PART OF 1640, 1641 BONTREY PLACE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CARP AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT - AREA-SPECIFIC INFRASTRUCTURE RECOVERY CHARGE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT OF AN EXTERNAL AUDITOR FOR THE CITY OF OTTAWA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - KAVANAGH GREEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL MOODIE FAMILY CEMETERY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE BELLS CORNERS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE WELLINGTON WEST BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS REVITALIZATION PROJECT - FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS AND TRANSITION UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6429 RENAUD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.