S. Moffatt: Voting History

From 2012-11-07 to 2016-05-25, out of 2018 votes of 'Yes' or 'No', S. Moffatt voted against the majority 29 times (1.44%)

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City Council
2016-05-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor, entitled “Status Update – Council Inquiries and Motions for the Period Ending 20 May 2016”; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 14; Environment Committee Report 9; Planning Committee Report 26A; and Transit Commission Report 8 be received and considered; and That the Rules of Procedure (Subsection 29.(6)(c)) be suspended to receive and consider the report from the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC), entitled “Ottawa Community Housing Corporation Annual Report and Annual General Meeting of the Shareholder”. Waiver of the Rules is being requested as Notice of Intent was inadvertently omitted from the Council agenda for the meeting of 11 May 2016 and OCHC had given public notice of their intent to bring their report forward at this meeting; and That the petition from residents concerning Carlington Hill, listed under Communications, be received. details (Councillors J. Leiper and S. Moffatt)
Yes Yes Motion To: MOTION NO. 31/10 Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry Seconded by Councillor T. Tierney WHEREAS the requirement set by the Ontario Highway Traffic Act and the Ontario Traffic Manual to use police officers to direct traffic and close highways imposes direct and indirect costs on taxpayers in light of the significant amount of road and associated construction undertaken by and on behalf of municipalities; and WHEREAS this requirement is often met through the use of paid duty assignments undertaken by off-duty police officers in addition to their existing shifts; and WHEREAS such work could likely be undertaken by properly trained and authorized persons who are not also police officers (including Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers, Peace Officers or Special Constables), at a significantly reduced cost, provided that the necessary legislative and other changes were made by the Provincial Government; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Ottawa City Council petition the Province of Ontario to amend the nec details CITY COUNCIL - 11 MAY 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS 1. That the 2015 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Annual Report attached at Document 1 be received; 2. That the signed audited Financial Statements of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for the year 2015 attached at Document 2 be received; 3. That the update on the 2012-2015 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Strategic Plan, as set out in this report, be received; 4.That the Shareholder confirm the appointment of Monika Ferenczy to the Board of Directors as a Community Member for a term expiring on December 31, 2018 attached at Document 3; and 5.That Ernst and Young be confirmed by the Shareholder as the Auditors of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for 2016-2018 described in this report and attached at Document 4; 6.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 ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 20 MAY 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA YOUTH ACTION PLAN 2016-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LEMIEUX ISLAND WATER PURIFICATION PLANT INTAKE IMPROVEMENTS MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS this is the City of Ottawa’s last opportunity to provide comments on the Capital Region Resource Recovery Centre Environmental Assessment to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, which is the sole approval authority; and WHEREAS Ontario municipalities have a successful track record of diverting residential waste; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa diverts over 50% of the residential curbside waste stream; and WHEREAS approximately 70% of the province’s waste stream is from the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) and Construction and Demolition (C and D) sectors; and WHEREAS less than 20% of the ICI and C and D waste in the province of Ontario is recycled; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has already expressed significant concern about the current diversion performance of the IC and I and C and D sectors in general and provided comments on the Waste Free Ontario Act on February 29, 2016 to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change which stated that the Act • “ details DRAFT COMMENTS ON THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
No No Motion To: That the Chernushenko/McKenney Motion be referred to the Environment Committee to be discussed as a broader policy statement. details DRAFT COMMENTS ON THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2015 TO DECEMBER 31, 2015 FOR TRANSIT SERVICES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, although the Transit Commission’s recommendation that the Government of Ontario provide funding for a low-income transit pass is a good first step in helping to provide affordable transportation for those members of our community living below the Low Income Cut-off, the issue of transportation for those individuals and families requires a broader approach; and WHEREAS the Province of Ontario provides limited transportation benefits, making access to public transit unaffordable, even at discounted rates, for the majority of individuals who receive benefits through the Provincial Ontario Works Program and Ontario Disability Support Program; and WHEREAS, even if a low income transit pass was funded by the Province and adopted by Ottawa City Council, there would still be hurdles for low income residents being able to afford a pass because transit is not defined as a mandatory benefit by the province; and WHEREAS there are additional transportation hurdles for those low income individuals details LOW INCOME TRANSIT PASS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details LOW INCOME TRANSIT PASS
Environment Committee
2016-05-17
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: That Staff report back to Environment Committee with the results of the Value Engineering Study for the Lemieux Island Water Purification Plant Intake Improvements Municipal Class EA Study. details LEMIEUX ISLAND WATER PURIFICATION PLANT INTAKE IMPROVEMENTS MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details LEMIEUX ISLAND WATER PURIFICATION PLANT INTAKE IMPROVEMENTS MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY
Absent Yes Motion To: details WATER ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY - PHASE 2
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 WASTEWATER ANNUAL COMPLIANCE REPORT
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by Councillor R. Chiarelli (on behalf of Councillor S. Blais) WHEREAS the Councillor for Cumberland Ward (Ward 19) wishes to provide additional comment to those provided within the staff report; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following comments from Councillor Blais, Ward 19, be added under “Comments by the Ward Councillor(s)” : Since the proposal to build the CRRRC in Carlsbad Springs first came to light in May 2012 I have been working with local residents to try to stop it from happening. I have written the Minister, engaged with media and helped secure funding. The community has held rallies and protests, researched the technologies involved and the potential impacts on the surrounding area and identified flaws in the methodology and results of the proponents work. City staff identified concerns in the terms of reference for the Environmental Assessment. Both councillors for the area have articulated concerns over the impact the facility will have on the day-to-day life of the s details DRAFT COMMENTS ON THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details DRAFT COMMENTS ON THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
City Council
2016-05-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 16; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 14; Planning Committee Report 25; and Transportation Committee Report 14 be received and considered; and That, pursuant to subsection 35(5) of Procedure By-law 2014-441, Council receive and consider Planning Committee Report 26. details (Councillors J. Leiper and S. Moffatt)
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0032 recommends approval and adoption of amendments to the flood plain overlay in the City of Ottawa Zoning By-law; and WHEREAS three of the most up-to-date maps provided by the South Nation Conservation Authority (SNCA) were not reflected in the report presented at Committee; and WHEREAS the most current maps were available to the public during the consultation period; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that Document 4 be amended by replacing SNCA Map 1 Cedar Acres Municipal Drain, SNCA Map 5 Cedar Acres Municipal Drain and SNCA Map 6 Cedar Acres Municipal Drain with the maps attached to this motion; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING: FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING UPDATES PHASE 1
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING: FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING UPDATES PHASE 1
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, subsequent to consideration by the Finance and Economic Development Committee at its meeting of 3 May 2016, an incorrect version of Supporting Document 5 to the report entitled “2015 – Purchasing Year in Review” was inadvertently included in the Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 14; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council replace Document 5 of the report entitled “2015 – Purchasing Year in Review” with the correct version that was approved by the Finance and Economic Development Committee. details 2015 - PURCHASING YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details 2015 - PURCHASING YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT ALIGNMENT IMPROVEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the French recommendation contained in the above-noted staff report as presented to Finance and Economic Development Committee, was incorrect and did not match the English recommendation; and, WHEREAS the English version of the recommendation contained in said report was correct; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the French recommendation 9 be corrected to accurately reflect the wording contained in the English recommendation 9, as follows: 9. demande au personnel de la Direction des services des règlements municipaux de lancer une initiative proactive en matière de conformité au zonage dans le secteur du marché By. details REVITALIZATION OF BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS - PROPOSED NEW GOVERNANCE MODEL AND AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAW NO. 2008-449 RELATED TO GEORGE STREET PLAZA RENEWAL PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council approve that Report Recommendation 8 be replaced with the following: That the Chief, Security and Emergency Management proceed with the implementation of the two bookend stalls for the ByWard Market building for the area set out in Document 5 of report ACS2016-PAI-DCM-0001, at an estimated cost of $100,000, in 2016 for the 2017 Market Season, subject to the following conditions: • That the funds to design and construct the bookend stalls are provided by private sponsors in accordance with the City of Ottawa’s Corporate Sponsorship and Advertising policy, on the understanding that, should there be a requirement for the City to augment the private funds or advance the funds to ensure timely construction, these would be provided through the 2016 One-time and Unforeseen account; and • That the bookend stalls are designed and installed to the satisfaction of the Chief of Security and Emergency Management and Manager of Policy Development and Urban Design; and • That the Chief details REVITALIZATION OF BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS - PROPOSED NEW GOVERNANCE MODEL AND AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAW NO. 2008-449 RELATED TO GEORGE STREET PLAZA RENEWAL PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details REVITALIZATION OF BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS - PROPOSED NEW GOVERNANCE MODEL AND AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAW NO. 2008-449 RELATED TO GEORGE STREET PLAZA RENEWAL PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council confirm that the development charges under By-law 2014-229, as amended, applicable to the development at 173-175 Armstrong Street are $44,936.00. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGE COMPLAINT - 173-175 ARMSTRONG STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 256 Rideau Street and 211 Besserer Street to permit a reduction in minimum parking space rates and to amend performance standards for small car parking spaces, driveways and aisles, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 256 RIDEAU STREET AND 211 BESSERER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED That Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate Kilmorie, 21 Withrow Avenue, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5, as amended by the following (as set out in supporting Document 1 below): 1. that the second bullet in the list of heritage attributes be replaced with: “limestone masonry construction, rough cut and laid in random courses on the side and rear facades and dressed and laid in regular courses on the front façade;”. details DESIGNATION OF KILMORIE, 21 WITHROW AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS report ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0053, which recommends that Council issue a notice of intention to designate 375 King Edward Avenue, was approved by Built Heritage Sub-Committee at its meeting on April 14, 2016 and Planning Committee at its meeting on April 26, 2016; AND WHEREAS the current owner requested that their use and stewardship of the building since 1998 be identified in Document 5 - Statement of Cultural Heritage Value; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve the following changes to Document 5, Statement of Cultural Heritage Value: a) In the title, delete the words “Seventh Day Adventist Church” and replace with “Église Adventiste du Septième Jour”; and b) Add the following after the second paragraph under the heading “Statement of Cultural Heritage Value or Interest”: “Continuing its use as a spiritual centre, the building was purchased by the Église Adventiste du Septième Jour in 1998. Since then, the church has housed Ottawa’s only Francophone Seventh details DESIGNATION OF THE FORMER ADATH JESHURUN SYNAGOGUE, 375 KING EDWARD AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details DESIGNATION OF THE FORMER ADATH JESHURUN SYNAGOGUE, 375 KING EDWARD 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 - PART OF 980 EARL ARMSTRONG ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 283 SUSSEX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details USE OF PHOTO RADAR IN CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES
No No Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve the following amendments to Transportation Committee Report 14, Agenda Item 12: 1. That Recommendation 1 be revised to include the phrase, “and in the vicinity thereof, in accordance with Traffic Services staff’s recommendation,” following the phrase “school zone”, to read as follows: “That City Council, through the Mayor, formally request that the Province of Ontario allow the City of Ottawa the option of conducting a pilot project to use photo radar in school zones and in the vicinity thereof, in accordance with Traffic Services staff’s recommendation, with the concurrence of and/or at the request of the Ward Councillor;” and details PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa request that the Ministry of Transportation amend regulations to allow school zone signage to act as signage indicating a community safety zone thereby saving funds, reducing sign pollution and protecting children as they walk to and from school. details PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Yes No Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve the following amendments to Transportation Committee Report 14, Agenda Item 12: That Recommendation 4 be amended to delete the word “local”, with the effect that the City of Ottawa’s request be forwarded to all Members of Provincial Parliament. details PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SITING OF WIND POWER PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REVIEW OF THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BYLAW DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PROPERTIES AT 6219 DWYER HILL ROAD, 6317 DWYER HILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT - FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING LEGACY TECHNOLOGIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE WELLINGTON WEST BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 2016 LEVIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 199-209 GLEN PARK DRIVE AND 2580-2608 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 16 SWEETLAND AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE SWEETLAND AVENUE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 140 HOWICK STREET, 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 APPLICATION TO ALTER THE HUNGARIAN EMBASSY, 306 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 APPLICATION TO ALTER THE BUILDING AT 302 WAVERLEY STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details HERITAGE REGISTER - PROCEDURES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details HERITAGE PERMITS ISSUED THROUGH DELEGATED AUTHORITY IN 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEMOLITION OF EXISTING RESIDENTIAL DWELLING AT 129 SMIRLE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR THE BRIAN COBURN BOULEVARD FROM MER BLEUE ROAD TO TENTH LINE ROAD - REVISED COSTS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONThat Council approve the proposal to name the new pedestrian and cycling bridge over Highway 417 near Coventry Road, the “Max Keeping Bridge”. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - MAX KEEPING BRIDGE
Yes Yes Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 16; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 14; Planning Committee Reports 25 and 26; and Transportation Committee Report 14 be received and adopted as amended. details (Councillors J. Leiper and S. Moffatt)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Third Reading and Three Readings be read and passed. details (Councillors J. Leiper 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 11 May 2016. details (Councillors J. Leiper and S. Moffatt)
Absent Yes Motion To: That the proceedings of the City Council meeting of 11 May 2016 be adjourned. details (Councillors J. Leiper and S. Moffatt)
Transportation Committee
2016-05-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 13 - 6 April 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That Transportation Committee recommend that Council receive this report for information. details USE OF PHOTO RADAR IN CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa manages multiple road safety programs that support the City’s overall goal of zero serious injuries and deaths due to traffic related incidents, including the Safer Roads Ottawa Program and the Temporary Traffic Calming Program; and WHEREAS despite the City of Ottawa’s initiatives to calm traffic and reduce the speed of traffic, residents continue to identify that speeding on local streets is an on-going problem and a significant safety issue in Ottawa; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Police Chief has identified traffic enforcement as one of his top three priorities and he has confirmed that he supports the use of technology to help keep our roads safe, including speed monitoring devices like photo radar; and WHEREAS the World Health Organization has conducted research which indicates that slower vehicle speeds cause less injury to vulnerable road users; and WHEREAS a number of municipalities in Ontario are considering the use of photo radar and/or other technology to addr details PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor George Darouze Whereas the Province recently passed Bill 31, Transportation Statute Law Amendment Act (Making Ontario Roads Safer Act) 2015, allowing the ability of enforcement of a number of Highway Traffic Act, RSO 1990, infractions to be enforced in out of province jurisdictions including red-light camera infractions as set out in section 201.1 of the Transportation Statute Law Amendment Act, 2015; Therefore be it resolved that Transportation Committee recommend that City Council, through the Mayor, formally request that the Province of Ontario provide the City of Ottawa with the ability to enforce photo radar infractions incurred by out-of-province vehicle owners, similar to the new authority for red-light camera infractions as set out in section 201.1.3 of the Transportation Statute Law Amendment Act, 2015. details PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve that on Remembrance Day of each year, for vehicles bearing a Veteran licence plate issued by any province: 1. Staff not take any enforcement action with respect to the following sections of By-Law 2003-530, as amended: a.) Section 21 (Use of Parking Payment Device); for all on-street parking pay and display machines in the geographic area bounded by the Rideau Canal to the east, Somerset Street to the south, Bank Street to the west, and the Ottawa River to the north, save and except for tour bus meters, as described in this report. 2. All vehicles bearing a Veteran licence plate and any person wearing an armed forces uniform and/or displaying service medals also be granted free exit from the City Hall parking garage, as described in this report. details VETERAN PARKING ON REMEMBRANCE DAY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee receive this report for information. details CENTRETOWN LOCAL AREA PARKING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee approve the Statement of Work for the Leitrim Road Realignment and Widening (River Road to Bank Street) Environmental Assessment Study, as detailed in Document 1. details LEITRIM ROAD REALIGNMENT AND WIDENING (RIVER ROAD TO BANK STREET) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council authorize an amendment to the front-ending agreement with Tamarack Mer Bleue Corporation, in respect of Brian Coburn Boulevard, from Mer Bleue Road to Tenth Line Road, to permit the payment of an additional $401,986 including applicable taxes but without indexing, for a revised total upset limit of $3,426,016, including applicable taxes, subject to the execution of an amending front-ending agreement, being to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Infrastructure, and the City Clerk and Solicitor. details FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR THE BRIAN COBURN BOULEVARD FROM MER BLEUE ROAD TO TENTH LINE ROAD - REVISED COSTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend Council approve the proposal to name the new pedestrian and cycling bridge over Highway 417 near Coventry Road, the “Max Keeping Bridge”. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - MAX KEEPING BRIDGE
Yes Yes Motion To: That this item titled Multi-Way stop at the intersection of Meadowbreeze Drive at Wheatland Avenue be deferred. details MULTI-WAY STOP AT THE INTERSECTION OF MEADOWBREEZE DRIVE AT WHEATLAND AVENUE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-05-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 16 - 5 April 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FED 01-16 - Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) Environmental Assessment
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT - FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING LEGACY TECHNOLOGIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE WELLINGTON WEST BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 - PURCHASING YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 2016 LEVIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT ALIGNMENT IMPROVEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That Recommendation 8 be amended to ensure the two bookend stalls on George Street be constructed in time for the 2017 season and that funding be identified in the 2017 unforseen account up to $100,000 should private funding not be sufficient. details REVITALIZATION OF BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS - PROPOSED NEW GOVERNANCE MODEL AND AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAW NO. 2008-449 RELATED TO GEORGE STREET PLAZA RENEWAL PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: details REVITALIZATION OF BYWARD AND PARKDALE MARKETS - PROPOSED NEW GOVERNANCE MODEL AND AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAW NO. 2008-449 RELATED TO GEORGE STREET PLAZA RENEWAL PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARATION OF SURPLUS OF PROPERTY - 1973 BOYER ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - APRIL 2016
City Council
2016-04-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BOARD RECOMMENDATION That City Council receive Ottawa Public Health’s 2015 Annual Report, for information of its members, in accordance with the City of Ottawa Act, 1999. details OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH'S 2015 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT OF AN ASSOCIATE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH - IN CAMERA - PERSONAL MATTERS ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL. REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON COUNCIL APPROVAL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS AMENDMENTS Q2 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL IMMIGRATION STRATEGY 2016-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Beausoleil Day Care Centre, with 49 available child care spaces, was located at 333 York Street also known as the 380 Murray building of Ottawa Community Housing; and WHEREAS Beausoleil Day Care Centre closed at the end of August 2015 in order to complete construction; and WHEREAS the Child Care Modernization Act came into effect August 31, 2015; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has adopted a mandate to serve vulnerable families in areas of the City where there are insufficient child care spaces to meet demand and no other child care providers are able to shift their service offerings; and WHEREAS the City’s French language policy guarantees access to French language services; and WHEREAS Lowertown has a large Francophone population and many local schools in the area are Francophone, and there is an interest among the not-for-profit childcare providers in re-establishing licensed Francophone child care services on York Street after construction is complete; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT details CHILD CARE SERVICE PLAN 2016 - 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details CHILD CARE SERVICE PLAN 2016 - 2017
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RESIDENTIAL SERVICES HOMES PROGRAM STANDARDS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details URBAN TREE CONSERVATION BY-LAW UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 89, 91 AND 97 BEECHWOOD AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6191 RENAUD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FAULKNER MUNICIPAL DRAIN - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3244 SHEA ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 4740 JOHN SHAW ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 5883 MCCORDICK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6096 THIRD LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - LEON KATZ TENNIS COURTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - HOWARD A. MAGUIRE PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS GRANT PROGRAM (CEPGP) - REVIEW AND PROPOSED PROGRAM UPDATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT - PORTION OF THE RIDEAU RIVER WESTERN PATHWAY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 190 MICHAEL COWPLAND DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 175 AND PART OF 375 MARCH VALLEY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Ottawa Heart Institute is to hold a 40th anniversary celebration breakfast; and WHEREAS Ruskin Street, from MacFarlane Avenue (entrance to Hospital Parking lot) to Melrose Avenue (roundabout) is required to be closed; and WHEREAS the closure of Ruskin Street, Hutchison Avenue, and MacFarlane Avenue from Kenilworth Street to Ruskin Street as outlined is required to accommodate the event and tent set-up commencing from 7:30pm Tuesday, May 10, 2016; and WHEREAS the celebration breakfast will occur on the morning of Wednesday, May 11, 2016, and that the tent set-up, and tear down, both require three hours; and WHEREAS traffic is to be re-routed to the north of Reid Avenue at the roundabout, and west on Kenilworth Avenue to south on MacFarlane Avenue and east on Ruskin Street to access the hospital parking lot, which is expected to incur a medium amount of impact; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Roads (2001-260) By-Law prohibits road closures before 6:00pm Monda details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Ottawa Heart Institute is to hold a 40th anniversary celebration breakfast; and WHEREAS Ruskin Street, from MacFarlane Avenue (entrance to Hospital Parking lot) to Melrose Avenue (roundabout) is required to be closed; and WHEREAS the closure of Ruskin Street, Hutchison Avenue, and MacFarlane Avenue from Kenilworth Street to Ruskin Street as outlined is required to accommodate the event and tent set-up commencing from 7:30pm Tuesday, May 10, 2016; and WHEREAS the celebration breakfast will occur on the morning of Wednesday, May 11, 2016, and that the tent set-up, and tear down, both require three hours; and WHEREAS traffic is to be re-routed to the north of Reid Avenue at the roundabout, and west on Kenilworth Avenue to south on MacFarlane Avenue and east on Ruskin Street to access the hospital parking lot, which is expected to incur a medium amount of impact; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Special Events on City Roads (2001-260) By-Law prohibits road closures before 6:00pm Monda details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived due to time constraints associated with the Canada Cultural Spaces Program application deadline of April 29, 2016, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS in 2012, City Council approved the Renewed Action Plan for Arts, Heritage and Culture, including the capital priority to expand and redevelop Arts Court and the Ottawa Art Gallery; and WHEREAS, on November 13, 2013, City Council approved the Ottawa Art Gallery Expansion and Arts Court Redevelopment Project Funding Framework and Procurement Process; and WHEREAS the Canada Cultural Spaces Program announced additional funding of $168 million for eligible projects in the Federal Budget in March 2016; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa would greatly benefit from a Federal contribution to the Ottawa Art Gallery Expansion and Arts Court Redevelopment Project; and WHEREAS the Canada Cultural Spaces Program will not fund expenses incurred prior to written funding confirmation and the Ottawa Art Gallery Expansion and details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the time constraints associated with the license application and renewal period due date of April 30th under the Taxi By-law, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS City Council, as part of the 2016 Budget, increased the business licensing administrative fee across all categories from $50 to $55 for the first time in several years to cover increased costs; and WHEREAS on April 13th, 2016, Council approved the report entitled “Regulating Vehicles-for-Hire in the City of Ottawa – Taxis, Limousines and Private Transportation Companies” (the “Taxi Report”) which noted, among other things, that a $55 license application processing fee would be applied to licensees across all vehicle for hire categories; and WHEREAS due to an administrative error, the notice for the fees indicated $50 for 2016 rather than $55, and staff is recommending the waiver of the $5 fee increase for 2016; and WHEREAS staff has advised that the waiver of this fee would details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Environment Committee
2016-04-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by: Councillor R. Leiper WHEREAS Page 2 of Document 1 (Departmental List of Outstanding Motions and Directions) pertaining to report ACS2016-CMR-CCB-0030, Status Update – Environment Committee Inquiries and Motions for the Period Ending 12 April 2016, contains a typographical error in its response to a Direction to Staff (Re: Update on Plasco Long-Term Waste Conversion Agreement, ACS2015-COS-ESD-0004), noting that, “Staff will provide an update in Q1 2016, after the Source Separated Organics Review has been completed.”; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Environment Committee approve that the relevant section on Page 2 of Document 1 be amended to read, “Staff will provide an update in Q4 2016, after the Source Separated Organics Review has been completed.” details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 12 APRIL 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 12 APRIL 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS GRANT PROGRAM (CEPGP) - REVIEW AND PROPOSED PROGRAM UPDATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details URBAN TREE CONSERVATION BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: details GREEN BUILDING POLICY - STATUS REPORT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2016-04-14
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 16 SWEETLAND AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE SWEETLAND AVENUE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 140 HOWICK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK 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 de publier un avis d’intention de désigner le 375, avenue King Edward, 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 faisant l’objet du document 5 ci-joint. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a notice of intention to designate 375 King Edward Avenue under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF THE FORMER ADATH JESHURUN SYNAGOGUE, 375 KING EDWARD AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Built Heritage Sub-Committee approve the following technical amendment to the report: 1. That the second bullet in the list of heritage attributes be replaced with: • limestone masonry construction, rough cut and laid in random courses on the side and rear facades and dressed and laid in regular courses on the front facade; details DESIGNATION OF KILMORIE, 21 WITHROW AVENUE 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 d’émettre un avis d’intention de désigner Kilmorie, au 21, avenue Withrow en vertu de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario et conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel faisant l’objet du document 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate Kilmorie, 21 Withrow Avenue under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF KILMORIE, 21 WITHROW AVENUE 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 Kilmorie, 21 Withrow Avenue under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF KILMORIE, 21 WITHROW AVENUE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE HUNGARIAN EMBASSY, 306 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 APPLICATION TO ALTER THE BUILDING AT 302 WAVERLEY STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details HERITAGE PERMITS ISSUED THROUGH DELEGATED AUTHORITY IN 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil d’approuver les procédures relatives au Registre du patrimoine et jointes au document 1. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council approve the Heritage Register Procedures attached as Document 1. details HERITAGE REGISTER - PROCEDURES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 1 APRIL 2016
City Council
2016-04-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
No No Motion To: WHEREAS on March 21, 2016 the Community and Protective Services Committee passed a motion to allow the three pet shops identified in Appendix A in document 1 of the City of Ottawa staff report to undergo a five (5) year transition period to an adoption model where they sell, keep or offer for sale cats and dogs originating only from a municipal animal shelter, a registered humane society, a registered society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, or a rescue organization; and WHEREAS a transition period is necessary to allow these 3 pet shops to adjust their business approaches to match the new adoption model; and WHEREAS all Ontario municipalities that have already implemented a pet ban had shorter transition periods which ranged between 3 and 12 months; and WHEREAS a longer transition period allows for the potentially prolonged purchasing of unethically sourced cats and dogs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa amend this motion to reduce the transition period to the adoption details PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Approve amendments to Schedule 29 of Licensing By-law No. 2002-189 (as amended) relating to Pet Shops, as described in this report and in Document 1, to: a. Restrict the sources of cats and dogs available for sale in new pet shops and existing licensed pet shops, other than those described in recommendation 1b), to municipal animal shelters, humane societies, societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, and rescue organizations; and b. Permit the three (3) licensed pet shops currently selling cats and dogs sourced from commercial establishments to continue to sell cats and dogs sourced from those establishments identified in recommendation 1a) as well as those from commercial establishments that have been inspected annually by an agent authorized under the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act or the (Quebec) Animal Welfare and Safety Act, who has confirmed in writing that the commercial establishment’s premi details PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
No No Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that licensed pet shops be required to publicly disclose the name of the breeding establishments from which their cats and dogs are sourced (without disclosing personal information). details PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
No Yes Motion To: That City Council amend the report requiring pet shops to provide certificates to clients at the time of purchase and that we require as part of the license to protect consumer against the issue of impulse buying for every purchase to require at least 48hr working day return policy. details PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Committee report recommends that the requirement for in-vehicle cameras continue to be required for taxicabs in order to maintain public safety, given that taxis would continue to be the only vehicle-for-hire that can accept cash and street hails, and use taxi stands; and WHEREAS in-vehicle cameras are not proposed for Private Transportation Companies (PTCs) due to the mutual identification of both driver and passenger through the app, no cash transactions and no street hails; and WHEREAS some Members of Council have expressed concerns with respect to whether or not the rating system used by the app provides sufficient consumer protection, and believe that in-vehicle cameras might be a necessary layer of protection for the consumer; and WHEREAS staff will be reporting on the compliance issues for the new Vehicle-for-Hire with a verbal update after 3 months, and a written report 6 months following the implementation date, and then again at the one-year mark; and WHEREAS, after one ye details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee is recommending that the City Clerk and Solicitor ask the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to provide the City of Ottawa with advice on the obligations of Private Transportation Companies (PTC) and their affiliated drivers to collect and remit HST, and that the City Clerk and Solicitor report any information received in response from the CRA; and WHEREAS some parts of the taxi industry have requested that any HST obligations currently undertaken by taxi licensees are mirrored in the City’s proposed PTC regulations; and WHEREAS some Members of Council wish to have the ability to address this request, should the response from the CRA indicate that this is a requirement of federal tax law and/or a practical requirement that the Vehicle-for-Hire By-law should address; and WHEREAS staff will be reporting on the compliance issues for the new Vehicle-for-Hire with a verbal update after 3 months, and a written report 6 months following the implementa details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee recommends that all vehicle-for-hire licensee categories be required to obtain and maintain $5 Million insurance limits with respect to either Automobile Liability Insurance or Non-Owned Automobile Liability Insurance, as the case may be, depending upon whether the particular licensee owns the vehicle used for the licensed business; and WHEREAS this is in addition to a requirement for Taxi Brokers, Taxi plate Holders, Limousine Service providers, and the new Private Transportation Company licensees to also obtain Commercial General Liability Insurance; and WHEREAS stakeholders from the Private Transportation Company industry have advised that the proposed $5 Million limit for Automobile Insurance (both Owned and Non-Owned, as the case may be) is onerous and, furthermore, representatives of Intact Insurance have also advised that it is not required at this time; and WHEREAS the taxi industry is currently required to have $2 million Automobi details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the City of Ottawa write to the Financial Services Commission of Ontario to request they review the availability of insurance products for all types of taxi, PTC and all other people transportation services to ensure the voluntary market (as opposed to facility association) offers products commensurate with the levels of insurance commonly requested for purchase details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
No No Motion To: WHEREAS municipalities regulate the age of vehicles-for-hire to ensure that they have up-to-date safety features and that the vehicles are reasonably new and in good condition, and this approach is effective, easily understood and simple to enforce; and WHEREAS on April 11, 2012, Council approved a maximum vehicle age of eight years for taxicabs, and there currently is no age limit on limousines; and WHEREAS the Community and Protective Services Committee report titled, “Regulating Vehicles-for-Hire in the City of Ottawa – Taxis, Limousines and Private Transportation Companies,” (ACS2016-COS-EPS-0012) recommends increasing the maximum vehicle age for taxicabs to 10 years and establishing a maximum vehicle age of 10 years for Private Transportation Companies and limousines outside of the “vintage” category, with biannual inspections for all vehicles greater than five years of age, based on recommendations set out in the KPMG final report; and WHEREAS stakeholder feedback has indicated details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has issued 1,188 taxi plates, including 1,001 standard taxi plates and 187 accessible taxi plates, and it is desirable to establish an equitable and uniform structure for taxi plate ownership with respect to any new taxi plates that are issued as well as for all previously issued taxi plates; and WHEREAS the Taxi By-law (2012-258, as amended) provides for the transfer of: i. a standard taxi plate holder license, ii. an accessible taxi plate holder license that was converted from a standard taxi plate holder license, and iii. an accessible taxi plate holder license provided that the transfer takes place more than five years after the date of issuance of the original accessible taxi plate holder license or the date of a transfer authorized under the by-law; and WHEREAS any new taxi plate holder licenses issued must be for accessible vehicles, and the Chief License Inspector would be in a position to put four additional accessible taxicabs into circulation for service sh details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
No No Motion To: That the Moffatt / McKenney motion be referred to the Community and Protective Services Committee. details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any new names for the Accessible Taxicab Priority Waiting List be restricted to only those licensed taxicab drivers who are not accessible or standard taxi plate holders. details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
No No Motion To: WHEREAS, in 2005, City Council approved a recommendation that all taxicabs be equipped with security cameras as a means of protecting and enhancing driver and passenger safety and as a deterrent to bad behaviour and acts of violence and that such cameras would be mandatory in 2008; and WHEREAS the staff report recommends that the requirement for in-vehicle cameras continue to be required for taxicabs in order to maintain public safety, but that the by-law specify minimum standards rather than specific makes and models; and WHEREAS in-vehicle cameras are not proposed for Private Transportation Companies (PTCs); and WHEREAS public safety was one of the Council-approved guiding principles of the regulatory review and the data collected by in-vehicle cameras is beneficial to the Ottawa Police Service during criminal investigations; and, WHEREAS the security cameras in taxicabs are regulated by an Access and Privacy Policy the purpose of which is to strike a balance between enhancing the safety of b details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the staff report recommends the establishment of a new business licensing category for Private Transportation Companies (PTCs) based on the City’s current legislative authorities found in Part IV of the Municipal Act, 2001 to license businesses and trades; and WHEREAS Part IV of the Municipal Act, 2001 defines the City’s ability to establish rates as limited to the owners and drivers of taxicabs (and tow trucks, which the City does not currently license); and WHEREAS Council believes it is in the best interest of Ottawa consumers for the City to have similar statutory authority with respect to PTCs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That City Council approve that the City ask the Province of Ontario to amend Part IV of the Municipal Act, 2001, to provide authority for municipalities licensing Private Transportation Companies to establish their rates and fares by by-law, and to provide for their collection, in a similar manner to what is currently permitted for taxicabs and tow trucks. details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the interest and fees charged on a loan from a payday loan establishment can exceed by several times the amount of the loan; and WHEREAS there is a clustering of payday loan establishments in areas where financially vulnerable persons reside; and WHEREAS Section 10 of the Municipal Act, 2001 permits the City to enact by-laws respecting: the economic, social and environmental well-being of the municipality: the health, safety and well-being of persons; and the protection of persons and property, including consumer protection; and WHEREAS Sections 10 and 151 of the Municipal Act, 2001 also permits a municipality to license businesses within the municipality; and WHEREAS the City of Hamilton, on February 24th, 2016, enacted a licensing by-law amendment in respect of payday loan establishments; and WHEREAS the Municipal Act, 2001 does not permit, other than in respect of adult entertainment establishments, a municipality through licensing to restrict the location or number of the establishm details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Canada Post Corporation identifies the area located within the boundaries of the Fernbank Community Design Plan, as well as areas to the north of these lands, as Kanata; AND WHEREAS these areas are located within Ward 6 – Stittsville, and the requirement to identify the recipient as being located in Kanata is causing confusion amongst residents as well as mailers; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa request Canada Post Corporation recognize the properties located within the area identified on the attached map as being part of Stittsville, and revise the mailing addresses for these properties to reflect the same, in addition to being located in Ottawa; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this motion be sent to the Canada Post Corporation and the Minister responsible for the Canada Post Corporation, the Honourable Judy M. Foote, as well as to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2016-04-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for part of 6069 Fourth Line Road, for the purposes of rezoning a portion of the lands from Agricultural (AG) to Agricultural Subzone 5 (AG5), to prohibit residential uses on the retained farmland, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6069 FOURTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report titled ‘Zoning By-law Amendment – Part of 6069 Fourth Line Road (ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0067)’ was to be considered by Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on April 7 and Council on April 13, 2016; AND WHEREAS the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee meeting has been rescheduled to April 15, which would mean delaying consideration of the amendment by Council until April 27, 2016; AND WHEREAS this change of date adversely impacts the project, with respect to the applicant’s real estate transaction; AND WHEREAS this item is being considered at a Special Meeting of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on April 12 with a view to recommending it be considered by Council on April 13, 2016, in order to mitigate the delay; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that report ‘ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0067 (Zoning By-law Amendment – Part of 6069 Fourth Line Road)’ proceed to Council on April 13, 2016, for consideration. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6069 FOURTH LINE ROAD
Transportation Committee
2016-04-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 12 - 2 March 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PARKING SERVICES 2015 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details LANSDOWNE TRANSPORTATION MONITORING OPERATIONS COMMITTEE (LTMOC) - 2015 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD TRANSIT AND INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 24 MARCH 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council direct staff to include plans for a study on the causes of congestion in the City of Ottawa, as well as potential solutions to reduce congestion in keeping with Council’s approved policy goals in this regard, as part of Statement of Work for the next Transportation Master Plan review. details REVIEW OF CONGESTION PRICING TOOLS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-04-05
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: details Confidential Minutes 13 - 1 February 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details Confidential Minutes 14 - 8 February 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 15 - 1 March 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMUNICATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO THE WESTBORO BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 24 MARCH 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details GENERAL ACCOUNTS - WRITE-OFFS 2015 AND REPAYMENT AND EXTENSION AGREEMENTS EXECUTED IN 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2016 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 BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 175 MAIN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 175 MAIN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 2012 OGILVIE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details LEASE RENEWAL - 370 CATHERINE STREET - SOCIAL SERVICES CENTRAL OFFICE
Yes Yes Motion To: details LEASE RENEWAL - 2339 OGILVIE ROAD, SOCIAL SERVICES EAST OFFICE
Yes Yes Motion To: details EXPROPRIATION OF LANDS, MAIN STREET RENEWAL
Yes Yes Motion To: details WAIVER OF FORMER OWNER'S RIGHT UNDER SECTION 42 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT TO PURCHASE A PORTION OF 1150 RAINBOW STREET AND TO DECLARE THE SUBJECT LANDS AS SURPLUS TO THE CITY'S NEEDS.
No Yes Motion To: details CANTERBURY COMMUNITY OUTDOOR COVERED REFRIGERATED RINK FACILITY AND SPECIAL AREA LEVY
Yes Yes Motion To: details INFORMATION PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED
City Council
2016-03-23
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa (“City”) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 5500 (“CUPE 5500”) have committed to working collaboratively to resolve issues of mutual concern in the workplace; and WHEREAS the collective agreements between the City and CUPE 5500 expired on March 31, 2015; and WHEREAS the bargaining teams for the City and CUPE 5500 have been in negotiations in an effort to conclude renewals of the collective agreements on mutually-agreeable terms; and WHEREAS the City and CUPE 5500 bargaining teams concluded tentative agreements on February 5, 2016, subject to ratification by the CUPE 5500 membership and City Council; and WHEREAS the members of the Transit Maintenance and Transit Facilities Maintenance and Capital Projects Branch Bargaining Unit have ratified the tentative agreement; and WHEREAS the tentative agreement is affordable and fair to taxpayers and our employees; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transit Commission recommends that City Council ratify the details TENTATIVE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 5500 - IN CAMERA; REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON RATIFICATION BY COUNCIL OF THE AGREEMENT
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 18 MARCH 2016
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5371 BOUNDARY ROAD AND PART OF 5329, 5341 AND 5383 BOUNDARY ROAD
Absent No Motion To: WHEREAS at its meeting of February 25, 2016, the Community and Protective Services Committee considered a report on Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Allocation Policy Refresh: Arenas, Sports Fields and Ball Diamonds; and WHEREAS as part of Committee deliberations, the Department was asked to review the policy provision allowing adjustments to allocation of facility time by up to 5% in years 2, 3, and 4 of the allocation cycle, and to consider the benefit of increasing this percentage up to 10%; and WHEREAS providing this additional flexibility under delegated authority to staff will assist in ensuring equitable allocation of facilities based on yearly participation rates; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that the Allocation Policy be revised to allow up to 10% annual adjustment to facility allocations to reflect validated user group needs. details PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES ALLOCATION POLICY REFRESH: ARENAS, SPORTS FIELDS AND BALL DIAMONDS
Absent Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1. The guiding principles outlined in this report for the allocation of all City recreation and culture facilities; and 2. The Arena Allocation Policy outlined in Document 1; and 3.The Sports Field and Ball Diamond Allocation Policy outlined in Document 2. details PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES ALLOCATION POLICY REFRESH: ARENAS, SPORTS FIELDS AND BALL DIAMONDS
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Extended Supervised Beach Season report (ACS2016-COS-PRC-0001) recommends a staggered start and close date for City beach sites; and WHEREAS, at the Community and Protective Services Committee meeting of February 25, 2016, Members of the Committee noted that all four beach locations would benefit from expanding the supervised beach season by an additional week and directed staff to see if there was a way to bring that option forward within the currently approved operating budget; and WHEREAS staff is able to recommend that the beach season can be extended to 72 days, from the current 65 days, to remain operational later in August for an additional operating cost of $31,000 without additional funds from the 2016 approved budget or in subsequent budgets, as follows: • Staff has identified funding for 2016 from one-time, internal savings in the Parks, Recreation and Culture operating budget resulting from the temporary closure of an outdoor pool that is being replaced; • Staff is c details EXTENDED SUPERVISED BEACH SEASON
Absent Yes Motion To: details EXTENDED SUPERVISED BEACH SEASON
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DISPOSITION OF 2015 TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS / DEFICIT
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS following the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting of March 1, the Downtown Rideau Business Improvement Area (BIA) has agreed to remove the parcel of land located north of George Street to York, between Cumberland and King Edward from their proposed expansion; and WHEREAS the Downtown Rideau BIA and Byward Market BIA have agreed to develop a formal operating agreement outlining a process for joint pageantry and programming on the south side of George Street; and WHEREAS the Downtown Rideau BIA has also agreed to remove Confederation Park from their proposed expansion; and WHEREAS the Downtown Rideau BIA has provided assurances that they will not approach any business, organization or area within Somerset Ward in the future without the knowledge of the Councillor for the Ward; and WHEREAS the Downtown Rideau BIA has notified the Director of the Bytown Museum of the financial implications to joining the Downtown Rideau BIA; and WHEREAS City staff has no concerns with the rev details DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
Absent Yes Motion To: details DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the “Zoning By-law Amendment – Part of 6111 and 6141 Hazeldean Road” report (ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0003) recommends approval of a Zoning By-law Amendment for part of 6111 and 6141 Hazeldean Road; and WHEREAS on February 23, 2016, the report recommendation was carried by Planning Committee with a stipulation that only single detached units are to back onto existing single detached units in the Echowoods and Jackson Trails subdivisions; and WHEREAS following the meeting of Planning Committee the applicant has requested changes to the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the following amendments to the “Zoning By-law Amendment – Part of 6111 and 6141 Hazeldean Road” report (ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0003): 1. That Document 1 be replaced with the Zoning Key Plan attached to this motion; 2. That Item 1 of Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning be replaced with the following: 1. Rezone the subject lands shown on Document 1 as follows: a. Area A f details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6111 AND 6141 HAZELDEAN ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6111 AND 6141 HAZELDEAN ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEMOLITION OF 171 BRUY'RE STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, AND REPLACEMENT WITH A PARKETTE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO THE BUILDING CODE ACT AND A RECOMMENDATION TO REDUCE BUILDING CODE FEES
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 101 AND 105 CHAMPAGNE AVENUE SOUTH
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BUILDING BETTER REVITALIZED NEIGHBOURHOODS: PHASE 2 INITIATION
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MUNICIPAL GREEN FLEET PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve that the Public Works Department manage the automotive parts inventory in-house, including an expenditure to an upset limit of $4.63M in one-time funding from Corporate Fleet Reserve as described in this report. details FLEET PARTS PROGRAM IMPROVEMENTS
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA ROAD 174/PRESCOTT RUSSELL ROAD 17 (TRIM ROAD TO CANAAN ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS
Absent Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council delegate the authority to the General Manager of Public Works to redistribute remaining funds in the BIA Graffiti Grant Program in each year to eligible BIAs that have higher incidences of graffiti in the year, to assist with graffiti prevention and removal in those areas. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA ANTI-GRAFFITI GRANT PROGRAM - MOTION
Absent Yes Motion To: That the recommendation be amended to include, after "eligible BIAs", "and local Boards of Trade, Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations where there are no BIAs" details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA ANTI-GRAFFITI GRANT PROGRAM - MOTION
Absent Yes Motion To: details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA ANTI-GRAFFITI GRANT PROGRAM - MOTION
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WAY FINDING SIGNAGE FOR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF EASTERN ONTARIO (CHEO) YOUTHNET FACILITY - MOTION
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - ALLEN SADLER FIRE STATION
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 211 DONALD B. MUNRO DRIVE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6210 CORDUROY ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2184 BLACKCREEK ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SPEED REDUCTION ON WALL ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - PAT CLARK COMMUNITY CENTRE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ACCOUNTABILITY AGREEMENTS WITH THE CHAMPLAIN LOCAL HEALTH INTEGRATION NETWORK (LHIN)
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN (COMAP) UPDATE REPORT
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WAIVER OF FORMER OWNERS' RIGHTS UNDER SECTION 42 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT TO PURCHASE A PORTION OF 2 EMERALD MEADOWS DRIVE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PART OF 8600 JEANNE D'ARC BOULEVARD NORTH
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 37 LADOUCEUR STREET AND 53 MERTON STREET
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3180, 3196 ALBION ROAD SOUTH
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3508 GREENBANK ROAD AND PART OF 3853 AND 3900 CAMBRIAN ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 670 ALBERT STREET, PART OF 19 EMPRESS AVENUE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 200 ELGIN STREET
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WAIVER OF THE ENCROACHMENT BY-LAW AND THE RELIEF FROM THE USE AND CARE OF ROADS BY-LAW TO PERMIT THE INSTALLATION OF TWO BOOK SHARING STRUCTURES
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, in 2005, municipalities were granted the ability to invest in longer-term corporate bonds and Canadian equity investments via only the One Investment Program and, and the One Investment Program and demonstrated strong investment returns for municipalities within these ‘new’ investment sectors; and WHEREAS the institutional portfolio managers utilized by the One Investment Program recommend that the Prudent Investor Standard approach is a more appropriate approach to investing; and WHEREASoperatingmunicipalinvestmentsunderthePrudentInvestorStandardis precluded by the Municipal Act, Eligible Investments, in its current form; and WHEREAS, on October 28, 2015, City Council approved that the Mayor send a letter to the Minister of Finance and Minister of Municipal Affairs asking that the Municipal Act, 2001 and Ontario Regulation 438/97 amended to Ontario Regulation 399/02 be amended as follows: Specific to the City of Ottawa Endowment Fund (Ontario Regulation 399/02) • The addition of details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Brockington/ El-Chantiry Motion concerning photo radar on local streets be referred to the Transportation Committee meeting of May 4, 2016. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the provision of quality paramedic services within established response times is a priority of Council and expected by the community; and WHEREAS there has been a twenty-three (23) per cent increase in paramedic response volumes over the past five (5) years; and WHEREAS as a result of increasing response volumes, designated rural resources are often required to respond to the urban core where demand is greatest; and WHEREAS consequently, this creates a greater reliance on surrounding municipalities, which are then required to respond to the City’s rural wards; and WHEREAS Council has directed staff to complete a review of paramedic services to identify current and future operational needs and efficiency opportunities, which is anticipated to be completed this spring, but there is an immediate need for twelve (12) new paramedics to respond to the current situation; and WHEREAS there is a requirement for four (4) additional emergency response vehicles to support the additional twelve (1 details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, in order for staff to be able to meet project timelines for the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the construction of the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel, the largest of the 17 Ottawa River Action Plan (ORAP) projects, will begin this year; and WHEREAS City Council approved the funding for this project in previous budgets; and WHEREAS the Federal and Provincial Governments will each be contributing $62.09 million to the City’s Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel Project; and WHEREAS on June 24, 2015, City Council directed that the funding agreements be brought before Environment Committee and Council prior to being executed if the legislative timetable permitted; and WHEREAS the legislative timetable did not permit the agreements to be before the Environment Committee; and WHEREAS the Federal and Provincial Governments have further required that the agreements remain confidential until they are finalized and executed by details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Absent Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the time constraints associated with the desired implementation on April 1st, 2016 of the corrected Parking Services User Fees relating to the specific categories parking permits noted below, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS as part of the 2016 budget approved by City Council on December 9, 2015 Council approved the Parking Services User Fees; and WHEREAS the specific fees relating to Residential Visitor Parking Permits (1 week), Residential Visitor Parking Permits (2 weeks), and Temporary Consideration Parking Permits (monthly) were incorrectly presented and approved in the 2016 budget document due to a clerical error and oversight; and WHEREAS if uncorrected, permit holders will be overpaying the parking fees during the summer months and underpaying during the winter months, and furthermore these parking fees have not been correctly categorized by season in keeping with other categories of the residential parking permits pr details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Absent Yes Motion To: THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived due to the fact that the City Manager, Kent Kirkpatrick is presently on an unscheduled leave of absence; WHEREAS the statutory position of City Manager (“Chief Administrative Officer”), as set out in Section 229 of the Municipal Act, 2001, provides City Council with the authority to appoint a person to this position, “exercising general control of the affairs of the municipality for ensuring the efficient and effective operation of the municipality”; and WHEREAS the City’s Delegation of Authority By-law, being By-Law No. 2014-435, and more particularly being Schedule “A”, the “City Manager’s Portfolio,” endows the position of City Manager with a number of important responsibilities and duties, including collective bargaining, corporate sponsorship and the execution of various documents; and WHEREAS on March 11th, 2016, pursuant to Subsection 3(1) of the Delegation of Authority By-law, the City Manager, in consultation with the Mayor, app details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Transportation Committee
2016-03-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is committed to innovative fuel consumption and Green House Gas emissions reduction strategies as a key component of its municipal fleet operations and is striving to deliver improvements in an environmentally and fiscally responsible way; and WHEREAS Council approved, as part of the 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities, the continuation of the City’s Green Fleet Plan; a component of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan (AQCCMP); and WHEREAS staff’s recommended Green Fleet Plan focuses on the purchase of green technology, such as electric and hybrid vehicles and vehicle telematics with a commitment to reduce fuel consumption (litres per 100 kilometres) by 8% by 2020; and WHEREAS the Public Works Department administers the Green Fleet Plan on behalf of the City by identifying opportunities for its client departments to purchase or lease individual electric or hybrid vehicles and other green fleet technology while taking into consideration operating re details MUNICIPAL GREEN FLEET PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve the Municipal Green Fleet Plan details MUNICIPAL GREEN FLEET PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver que la Direction du service des travaux publics gère le stock des pièces automobiles à l’interne, y compris une dépense de 4,63 M$ au maximum pour un financement ponctuel à partir du fonds de réserve du parc automobile municipal, comme il est décrit dans le présent rapport. That the Transportation Committee recommend Council approve that the Public Works Department manage the automotive parts inventory in-house, including an expenditure to an upset limit of $4.63M in one-time funding from Corporate Fleet Reserve as described in this report. details FLEET PARTS PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT
Absent Yes Motion To: details BRADLEY ESTATES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION'S RENAUD ROAD PROPOSAL - STAFF REVIEW
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver la demande pour l’empiétement temporaire d’une terrasse extérieure au 200, rue Elgin, comprenant un espace de trottoir libre mesurant 2 mètres, comme l’indique le présent rapport. That Transportation Committee recommend Council approve the application for a temporary outdoor patio encroachment at 200 Elgin Street with an unencumbered sidewalk width of 2.0 metres, as per this report. details TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 200 ELGIN STREET
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report entitled Ottawa Road 174/Prescott Russell Road 17 (Trim Road to Canaan Road) Environmental Assessment Study Recommendations was distributed with the Transportation Committee agenda; and WHEREAS the report did not contain comments under the Asset Management Implications section; and WHEREAS there are asset management implications associated with the recommendations in the report; and WHEREAS this omission should be corrected before the report rises to Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Transportation Committee approve the revised page 36 to the report, attached herein as Document 1, which reflects the Asset Management Implications, and replace it in the report to Council. details OTTAWA ROAD 174/PRESCOTT RUSSELL ROAD 17 (TRIM ROAD TO CANAAN ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details OTTAWA ROAD 174/PRESCOTT RUSSELL ROAD 17 (TRIM ROAD TO CANAAN ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver une dérogation au paragraphe 3(2) du Règlement municipal sur les empiètements 2003-446, tel que modifié, pour permettre l’installation de deux structures de partage de livres sur des propriétés de la Ville; 2. d’approuver l’exonération de l’alinéa 3(1)d) du Règlement sur l’utilisation et l’entretien des routes 2003-498, tel que modifié, pour permettre ces installations; 3. de demander au personnel du gestionnaire de programme, Règlements municipaux, Permis et Inspections, de travailler en collaboration avec les Services juridiques en vue de préparer et de mettre en place une entente concernant les responsabilités et l’entretien de ces structures. That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve a waiver to Sections 3(2) of the Encroachment By-law 2003-446, as amended, to permit the installation of two book sharing structures on City property; 2. Approve relief from Section 3(1)( details WAIVER OF THE ENCROACHMENT BY-LAW AND THE RELIEF FROM THE USE AND CARE OF ROADS BY-LAW TO PERMIT THE INSTALLATION OF TWO BOOK SHARING STRUCTURES
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil de déléguer au directeur général du Service des travaux publics le pouvoir de distribuer, chaque année, les fonds restants du Programme de subventions pour la lutte contre les graffiti aux zones d’amélioration commerciale admissibles qui ont été le plus touchées par les graffiti pendant l’année afin d’aider à leur prévention et à leur élimination dans ces secteurs. That the Transportation Committee recommends that Council delegate the authority to the General Manager of Public Works to redistribute remaining funds in the BIA Graffiti Grant Program in each year to eligible BIAs that have higher incidences of graffiti in the year, to assist with graffiti prevention and removal in those areas. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA ANTI-GRAFFITI GRANT PROGRAM
Absent Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transportation 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 (being by-law no. 2014-441) to allow questions to staff. details STUDYING THE BEST PRACTICES OF ROAD PRICING
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-03-01
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 12 - 2 February 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 13 - 1 February 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 14 - 8 February 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES
Yes Yes Motion To: details DISPOSITION OF 2015 TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS / DEFICIT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2016 CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN (COMAP) UPDATE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details WAIVER OF FORMER OWNER'S RIGHT UNDER SECTION 42 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT TO PURCHASE A PORTION OF 2 EMERALD MEADOWS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - ACQUISITION, DISPOSAL AND LEASE OF REAL PROPERTY - 1 OCTOBER 2015 TO 31 DECEMBER 2015 (4TH QUARTER)
Yes Yes Motion To: details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - FEBRUARY 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details SHAW CENTRE BOARD OF DIRECTORS - RESERVE APPOINTMENT
City Council
2016-02-24
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CONFIRMATION OF RE-ELECTION OF OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING (OCHC) BOARD CHAIR, OCHC BOARD TENANT REPRESENTATIVE APPOINTMENT, AND OCHC NEW STRATEGIC PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN (AQCCMP) AND RENEWABLE ENERGY STRATEGY UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RESIDENTIAL PROTECTIVE PLUMBING PROGRAM - REVIEW AND PROPOSED PROGRAM UPDATES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the staff report, “Comments on the Proposed Waste-Free Ontario Act and Draft Strategy for a Waste Free Ontario: Building the Circular Economy” identifies the challenges of proceeding with Phase 2 of the Ottawa Waste Plan while the Province of Ontario is making significant changes to existing legislation; and WHEREAS Bill 151, the Waste-Free Ontario Act, which is still in Second Reading debate, is an enabling legislation which only provides the framework of the province’s direction and future regulations and policy documents will not be forthcoming for up to five years from Bill 151’s adoption; and WHEREAS staff’s review of Bill 151indicates that the Waste-Free Ontario Act may have a significant impact on waste diversion programs that the City of Ottawa provides to residents and the Environment Committee, based on the staff report, is recommending that, although the Source Separated Organics program review will continue with the results reported back to the Environment Committe details COMMENTS ON THE PROPOSED WASTE-FREE ONTARIO ACT AND DRAFT STRATEGY FOR A WASTE FREE ONTARIO: BUILDING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMENTS ON THE PROPOSED WASTE-FREE ONTARIO ACT AND DRAFT STRATEGY FOR A WASTE FREE ONTARIO: BUILDING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
No Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve that Recommendation 2.c. be amended to read as follows: That staff, working with a Sponsors Group consisting of the Chairs of the Environment, Transportation and Planning Committees and the Chair of the Transit Commission, be directed to assess ways in which the City can help improve the energy performance of new and existing residential and commercial buildings (for example: a Green Building Checklist to promote sustainable new construction; a Green Retrofit/Renovation Checklist to promote the upgrading of existing buildings; Guidelines and resources for better building performance; and working with the Province of Ontario to progressively raise building energy performance standards mandated through the provincial Building Code) and report back to the appropriate Standing Committee(s) and Council with recommended approaches. details CLIMATE CHANGE
No Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details CLIMATE CHANGE
No Yes Motion To: That City Council: 1) Receive the information in the “Addendum to the “Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program – Special Area Levy” (ACS2016-CMR-FED-0001) Report”, issued by Councillor Wilkinson on February 19, 2016, and approve that it be appended to the “Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program” (ACS2016-CMR-FED-0001) Report; 2) Approve a levy for special services be applied to Ward 4 (Kanata North), the area identified in Document 1, for a four-year Kanata North Nuisance Mosquito Program, as described in this report; 3) Approved the City’s participation in a three-year research program on the Kanata North Nuisance Mosquito Program, as described in this report; 4) Delegate the authority to the Deputy City Manager, Operations, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor and the Ward Councillor, to take the necessary steps to award the contract to undertake these programs to GDG Environmental and any other actions that may be details NUISANCE MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM AND MOSQUITO RESEARCH PROGRAM - SPECIAL AREA LEVY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 900 MERIVALE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SOURCE WATER PROTECTION - IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE AND ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 324 CAMBRIDGE STREET NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1845, 1877, 1883 AND PART OF 1921 STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET, 70 FRIENDLY CRESCENT AND 74 HARTSMERE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGE AGREEMENT FOR SERVICING WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF MANOTICK
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa (the City) and the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 279 (Conventional) (ATU 279) have committed to working collaboratively to resolve issues of mutual concern in the workplace; and WHEREAS the collective agreement between the City and the ATU 279 is set to expire on March 31, 2016; and WHEREAS the bargaining teams for the City and the ATU 279 have been in negotiations in an effort to conclude a renewal of the collective agreement on mutually-agreeable terms; and WHEREAS the City and ATU 279 bargaining teams concluded a tentative agreement on February 12, 2016, subject to ratification by the ATU 279 membership and City Council; and WHEREAS the ATU membership has ratified the tentative agreement by a vote of 80.5%; and WHEREAS the tentative agreement is affordable and fair to taxpayers and our employees and serves to ensure continuous transit service for passengers and a stable foundation for the commissioning and operation of the Confederation Line light rail system; T details MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa (the City) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 5500 (CUPE 5500) have committed to working collaboratively to resolve issues of mutual concern in the workplace; and WHEREAS the collective agreements between the City and CUPE 5500 expired on March 31, 2015; and WHEREAS the bargaining teams for the City and CUPE 5500 have been in negotiations in an effort to conclude renewals of the collective agreements on mutually-agreeable terms; and WHEREAS the City and CUPE 5500 bargaining teams concluded tentative agreements on February 5, 2016, subject to ratification by the CUPE 5500 membership and City Council; and WHEREAS the members of the Transit Safety and Enforcement Bargaining Unit and the Transit Supervisors Bargaining Unit have ratified the tentative agreements; and WHEREAS the tentative agreements are affordable and fair to taxpayers and our employees; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transit Commission recommends that City Council ratify the two tentativ details MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS
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 the year 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the first women in Canada winning the right to vote; 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, 2016, to be International Women’s Day in the City of Ottawa. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on September 9, 2015, Council approved the Streetside Spots Pilot Project Report (ACS2015-PAI-PMG-0151); and WHEREAS the Streetside Spots Pilot Project Report stated that the streetside spots fee structure for patios and vending stalls would align with the outdoor patio permit fee structure; and WHEREAS Council approved the Outdoor Patio Review Report (ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0060) on April 29, 2015, which included the patio fee set at a daily rate of $1.18 per square metre; and WHEREAS Council approved Motion 23/6 on December 9, 2015, that froze the 2016 patio fees at 2015 rates; WHEREAS staff has determined that, based on the 2015 actuals, Council will exceed the 2016 revenue projections for patio fees even if the patio fees are frozen at 2015 rates; WHEREAS streetside spot fees were not specifically addressed within Motion 23/6; therefore not freezing those rates at 2015 outdoor patio fee rates; and WHEREAS a maximum of 25 parking spots can be approved based on the pilot Streetside Spots pro details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
No No Motion To: WHEREAS in July 2015 the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled that large cable and telecom providers would have to make their new fiber-optic infrastructure available to smaller competitors; and WHEREAS the decision made by the CRTC aims to promote competition and affordable internet for Canadians including those residents living in the City of Ottawa; and WHEREAS in the fall of 2015 a request was filed with the Governor in-Council to review and vary the Commission’s decision; and WHEREAS a final decision has not yet been made by the Federal Government with regards to this request to review and vary so the City of Ottawa still has an opportunity to share its position; and WHEREAS other major municipalities, such as Calgary, have expressed their support for the CRTC decision and where the City of Toronto recently carried a similar motion requesting council support competitive and affordable internet prices. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Ottawa su details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the time constraints associated with the construction schedule for the Bayshore Shopping Centre Redevelopment Project, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS PCL Constructors, on behalf of Ivanhoé Cambridge and KingSett Capital (the proponents) have approached the City of Ottawa with respect to the Bayshore Shopping Centre Redevelopment Project; and WHEREAS an issue of concern is access to the shopping centre during its normal business hours during the construction period; and WHEREAS, in order to minimize disruption to the public and to public transit services accessing the shopping centre, the proponents have requested that the construction commence at 5:00 a.m.; and WHEREAS noise from construction and related works of privately-run projects beyond certain hours and beyond 11 days is not currently permitted under the Noise By-law 2004-253, and therefore a waiver of the By-law is required for this project; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the foll details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Environment Committee
2016-02-16
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS there may be a number of outstanding questions that remain regarding the departmental response to Environment Committee Inquiry No. EC 04-15, “Standpipes on Residential Properties”; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, pursuant to Section 89(3) of the Procedure By-Law (being By-Law No. 2014-441), Response to Inquiry No. EC 04-15 be lifted from Environment Committee Agenda 7, for discussion at the Environment Committee meeting of Tuesday, 16 February 2016. details EC 04-15 - Standpipes on Residential Properties
Yes Yes Motion To: HEREAS the Response to Inquiry EC 04-15, “Standpipes on Residential Properties” indicates that the current fee of $126 the City of Ottawa charges for adjustments to standpipes generates very little revenue for the City ($6300 in 2015); and WHEREAS staff has advised this fee was put in place in the 2004 budget as part of the Universal Program Review’s approach to charging user fees for some services that are not core to municipal operations; and WHEREAS the Response to Inquiry further identifies that none of the other Ontario municipalities surveyed (Hamilton, Kingston, Peel, Toronto and Markham) that provide similar services for adjustments to standpipes on residential property charge for those services; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT staff be directed to review the relative cost/benefit for continuing to charge a fee for adjustments to standpipes in the City of Ottawa, given the relatively low demand and low revenues described, and report back to Committee by the end of Q2 2016. details EC 04-15 - Standpipes on Residential Properties
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 9 FEBRUARY 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN (AQCCMP) AND RENEWABLE ENERGY STRATEGY UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SOURCE WATER PROTECTION - IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE AND ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details RESIDENTIAL PROTECTIVE PLUMBING PROGRAM - REVIEW AND PROPOSED PROGRAM UPDATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMMENTS ON THE PROPOSED WASTE-FREE ONTARIO ACT AND DRAFT STRATEGY FOR A WASTE FREE ONTARIO: BUILDING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
No Yes Motion To: details CLIMATE CHANGE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2016-02-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. approve the application to demolish 171 Bruyère Street, a property located in the Lowertown West Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act; and 2. approve the application to construct a parkette at 171 Bruyère Street in the Lowertown West Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act was extended and will expire on March 31, 2016.) details DEMOLITION OF 171 BRUY'RE STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, AND REPLACEMENT WITH A PARKETTE
City Council
2016-02-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report recommends zoning provisions for the proposed development including the location of parking on the lot; and WHEREAS the owner has requested the ability to undertake the proposed development in phases; and WHEREAS the first phase consists of the upgrade and expansion of the existing parking lot prior to the construction of the proposed building; and WHEREAS the proposed zoning provisions are premised on all parking being located behind the proposed building and not within the front yard; and WHEREAS without the existence of the proposed building, which establishes a front yard beyond the parking lot, the parking lot would be in non-conformity with the proposed zoning provisions; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning of the report be amended to delete items (f) and (g)(i), the result being that the enlargement of the parking lot may occur prior to the construction of the proposed building; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there be no further details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4495, 4499, 4509 AND 4515 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4495, 4499, 4509 AND 4515 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ELECTION COMPLIANCE AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT ON DISPOSITION OF ELECTION COMPLIANCE AUDITS AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BOARD ACTIVITY, TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE: 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TRAFFIC, PEDESTRIAN AND ROAD SAFETY ENHANCEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5511, 5537 MCCORDICK AND 5510 FOURTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council enact a by-law in the form of Document 3 to exempt the Glebe Business Improvement Area from the store closing requirements of the Retail Business Holidays Act, as described in the Report. details GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE RICHMOND FORCEMAIN PROJECT PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LAND LEASE FOR 45 RUSKIN STREET TO THE OTTAWA HOSPITAL (CIVIC CAMPUS)
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. endorse an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 151 and 153 Chapel Street to permit two 25-storey buildings with 586 residential units, commercial on the ground floor and second storey, a podium of varying heights, and underground parking, as detailed in Documents 2 and 3, as amended by the following: a. That Document 2 be replaced with the attached Proposed Building Height Schedule (as set out in supporting Document 1 below); b. That the following provisions be added to the proposed exception in Document 3: “Within Area B on Schedule XXX above the 8th storey, the maximum floor plate size is 925 square metres Within Area E on Schedule XXX above the 9th storey, the maximum floor plate size is 925 square metres”; 2. endorse the attached Official Plan Amendment, attached as Document 7 to the staff report; and 3. approve that there be no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 151 AND 153 CHAPEL STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 8900 JEANNE D'ARC BOULEVARD NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 350 Sparks Street and 137 Bay Street to permit a 23-storey high-rise apartment building and a 27-storey hotel, as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 350 SPARKS STREET AND 137 BAY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the goal of adopting a Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District Plan (the “HCD”) is to provide clear and enforceable guidelines for managing change in the HCD that retains, conserves and enhances its cultural heritage value, as defined through the heritage attributes; and WHEREAS community consultation and review following the release of the draft HCD plan identified opportunities to further increase clarity and consistency in the plan in a manner that respects the HCD’s heritage attributes; and WHEREAS Planning Committee passed a motion at its January 26, 2016 meeting to amend the draft HCD; and WHEREAS there are further changes to clarify language proposed to the draft HCD; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Document 1 of the report, being the draft Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District Plan, as amended by Planning Committee at its meeting of January 26, 2016, be further amended as follows: 1. Under Section 7.3.1 Demolition and Relocation, replace Guideline 6 with the details ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 PARKING SERVICES BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AIRPORT PARKING DIRECTIONAL SIGNS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details O'KEEFE MUNICIPAL DRAIN - AMENDMENT TO THE ENGINEER'S REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EASTBORO PETITION - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SEABROOK DEVELOPMENT - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6345 GARVIN ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5985 FRANK KENNY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5063 UPPER DWYER HILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALY- 2940 AND 2946 BASELINE ROAD, 5705 HAZELDEAN ROAD AND 6801 HAZELDEAN ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTALLATION OF STOP SIGNS - MCNEELY ROAD AND WHISPERING WILLOWS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE KANATA NORTH BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details NATURAL GAS PROCUREMENT STRATEGY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SALE OF LAND - SOUTH VILLAGE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARE 2140 BASELINE ROAD AS SURPLUS TO CITY REQUIREMENTS AND TRANSFER TO THE OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OCLDC) FOR FUTURE DISPOSAL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 300-320 MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 600 MINTO PLACE, 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 APPLICATION TO ALTER 122 DALY AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE SANDY HILL WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DESIGNATION OF THE FLEWELLYN/JONES HOUSE, 5897 FERNBANK ROAD, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3100 BRIAN COBURN BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SANDY HILL CULTURAL HERITAGE CHARACTER AREA UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details GREENBANK ROAD SPEED REDUCTION
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 Slater Street to James Street, and Gloucester Street from O’Connor Street to Bank Street, from 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 17th to 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 19th 2016, to increase the safety and security of the area; 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 Slater Street to James Street, and Gloucester Street from O’Connor Street to Bank Street, from 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 17th to 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 19th 2016 for the Glow Fair Music Light Art event, providing it meets the requireme details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is supporting the efforts of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) and the Grey Cup Organizing Committee in their bid for the 105th Grey Cup game in 2017; and WHEREAS, should Ottawa be selected as the Host City for the 105th Grey Cup game, Celebrations Ottawa Inc., Economic Development Branch and other City event coordination resources such as Events Ottawa would be working directly with the Canadian Football League (CFL) and OSEG to ensure a successful event; and WHEREAS the City Manager has the delegated authority to provide, when required, a consent, approval, agreement or decision on behalf of the City within the financial and legal parameters currently in the finalized and executed Lansdowne Partnership Plan Legal Agreements and the delegated authority to enter into the necessary service agreement(s) and ancillary contracts with Celebrations Ottawa Inc. required to support the Ottawa 2017 celebrations; WHEREAS funding letters from Events Ottawa and the details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Transportation Committee
2016-02-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 10, of the Transportation Committee meeting of Wednesday, 2 December 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - PRESENTATION - HIGHWAY 417, NOISE RETROFITS - TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN AND STAGING
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 22 JANUARY 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Councillor Fleury WHEREAS the Municipal Parking Management Strategy (Strategy) was approved by Council in March 2009 and resulted in the continuation of an internal governance model for the City’s Municipal Parking Management Program (Program) at that time; and, WHEREAS significant progress has occurred in the implementation of the Strategy and the 2016 Parking Services Business Plan includes a proposal to conduct a Strategy Update which will include appropriate consultation with stakeholders from the community; and, WHEREAS a variety of parking governance models are utilized by municipalities in Canada to optimize community benefit and best align with the objectives of parking management programs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed 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. ATTENDU QUE la Stratégie municipal details 2016 PARKING SERVICES BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details TRAFFIC, PEDESTRIAN AND ROAD SAFETY ENHANCEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details AIRPORT PARKING DIRECTIONAL SIGNS
Yes Yes Motion To: details GREENBANK ROAD SPEED REDUCTION
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-02-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 10 - 1 December 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS an administrative error was identified in the report recommendation on the Finance and Economic Development Committee Agenda 12 Index for Item 7 titled “SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015” report (ACS2016-CMR-OCM-0003)”; and WHEREAS the recommendation in the report is correct; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report recommendation listed on the Finance and Economic Development Committee Agenda 12 index for Item 7 titled “SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015” report (ACS2016-CMR-OCM-0003) be changed to reflect the correct version. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report recommendation listed on the Finance and Economic Development Committee Agenda 12 index for Item 7 titled “SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015” report (ACS2016-CMR-OCM-0003) be amended to reflect the correct version as follows: LIST THE CORRECT VERSION. 1. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive the attached r details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2015 AND Q3 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: Motion to Amend details GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff identified errors in the report titled “APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS AT ROYAL YORK STREET PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT (ACS2016-PAI-REP-0002)” listed as Item 11 on the Finance and Economic Development Committee Agenda 12; and WHEREAS the title of the draft By-Law listed as Document 1 in the report (ACS2016-PAI-REP-0002) is also incorrect; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report title be changed to “APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE RICHMOND FORCEMAIN PROJECT PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT“; and FURTHER THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the draft By-Law listed as Document 1 in the report (ACS2016-PAI-REP-0002) be changed to “A BY-LAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE MAKING OF AN APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA, FOR PURPOSES OF THE RICHMOND FORCEMAIN PROJECT AS MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN SCHEDULES “A” and “B” TO THIS BY-LAW”. details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS AT ROYAL YORK STREET PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE EXPROPRIATIONS ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff has advised that they need more time to review the recommendations and approach in the report, and that Council needs more information provided (such as a map delineating the area for the levy, more precise information on how the levy will be applied and identifying those City staff who would be delegated the authority to implement the contract should Council approve the levy) prior to making its decision; and WHEREAS staff has advised that, based on the additional information, the recommendations will need to be amended; and WHEREAS the report will not rise to City Council until February 24, 2016 and the Ward Councillor will be continuing to work with staff to refine the recommendations; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Finance and Economic Development Committee refer Item 14, the Councillor’s Report entitled, “Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program – Special Area Levy” to the City Council meeting of February 24, 2019 without recommendation. details NUISANCE MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM AND MOSQUITO RESEARCH PROGRAM - SPECIAL AREA LEVY
City Council
2016-01-27
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 27, 2016, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS - MAYOR WATSON
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 22 JANUARY 2016
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MANOTICK SECONDARY PLAN - OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MUD CREEK SUBWATERSHED STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Zoning By-Law Amendment – 4495, 4499, 4509 and 4515 Innes Road, was approved at the Planning Committee meeting of December 8, 2015, and is listed as Item 4 on the Ottawa City Agenda of January 27, 2016; and WHEREAS, on January 26, 2016, the applicant expressed interest in deferring this item to allow time to confirm that the zoning details will fully accommodate the proposal; and WHEREAS staff has no objections to the request for deferral; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council defer the item titled “Zoning By-Law Amendment – 4495, 4499, 4509 and 4515 Innes Road” (Item 4 of the agenda) to the Council meeting of February 10, 2016; and That the associated by-law noted on the agenda at (ll) also be deferred to the Council meeting of February 10, 2016. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4495, 4499, 4509 AND 4515 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details UPDATE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE CONTROL GUIDELINES
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Approve the demolition of 281-283 Cumberland Street, subject to the approval of the appropriate planning applications; 2. Approve the construction of a low-rise apartment building at 287 Cumberland Street according to revised plans dated January 22, 2016 and received January 25, 2016; 3. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department; and 4. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance; 5. Approve that staff provide a verbal progress update in six months. details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH 281-283 CUMBERLAND STREET AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 281-283 CUMBERLAND, 287 CUMBERLAND STREET AND 207-209 MURRAY STREET, PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Approve the application to demolish the barn under the Ontario Heritage Act; 2. Issue the heritage permit conditional upon the following: a) The barn must be relocated/rebuilt within 2 years to Saunders Farm in Munster; b) The property owner must submit a detailed plan for the recording, dismantling, storage and reconstruction of the barn to the Planning and Growth Management Department for review and approval prior to the demolition and removal of the building; c) The Bradley-Craig farmhouse will remain as a designated property and there are to be no alterations or changes to the status of the house on the property; and d) That staff be directed to work with the applicant through the site plan control process to develop an interpretation strategy to commemorate the site’s history; 3. Approve that once the barn has been demolished and removed, staff be directed to prepare an amendment to by-law 2010-247 to remove the barn from the Statemen details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE BRADLEY/CRAIG BARN, 590 HAZELDEAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PARK DEVELOPMENT CHARGE - 335 ST. LAURENT - 1191 MONTREAL ROAD, 175 MAIN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DESIGNATION OF THE BOYD HOUSE, 173 HUNTMAR DRIVE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 173 HUNTMAR DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion in order to meet the February 12, 2016 funding application deadline for the Ministry of Transportation’s Electrical Vehicle Chargers Ontario Program. WHEREAS the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) announced $20M for an Electrical Vehicle Chargers Ontario (EVCO) Program on December 22nd to support the build-out of a network for public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across Ontario with a deadline to submit funding applications by February 12th; and WHEREAS the MTO is seeking public and private sector partners to create a network of fast-charging EV stations in cities, along highways and at workplaces, apartments, condominiums, and public spaces; and WHEREAS several private sector organizations that plan to submit applications to this Program have expressed a desire to install EV charging stations in the Ottawa area; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is a supportor of sustainable environmental services and wants to be on details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2016-01-14
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Vice Chair Padolsky WHEREAS this item was deferred at the Built Heritage Sub-Committee meeting of 9 November 2015 to allow the property owner, Ottawa Community Housing (OCH), an opportunity to look at viable options with Infrastructure Ontario; and, WHEREAS staff has received a letter dated 11 January 2016 from the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation agreeing to an extension of the 90-day time period prescribed by the Ontario Heritage Act until March 31, 2016 so that this matter can be considered at the February meeting of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee; and, WHEREAS the intent of the request for deferral is to allow time for OCH to obtain the information from Infrastructure Ontario (issuers of the mortgage) regarding the costs associated with removing this property from the mortgage-financing package secured by the townhouse community inclusive of the 171 Bruyere Avenue; and WHEREAS this information is required to assess the viability of severance and sale in lieu of d details DEMOLITION OF 171 BRUY'RE STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, AND REPLACEMENT WITH A PARKETTE
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Vice Chair Padolsky WHEREAS the goal of adopting a Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District Plan is to provide clarity and specificity to ensure appropriate and enforceable protection for the heritage attributes of the district; and, WHEREAS community consultation and review following the release of the draft HCD plan identified opportunities to further increase clarity and consistency in the plan’s language; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: Under Section 6.0, Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, add the following under Description of Heritage Attributes: the differing patterns in the alignment of houses relative to one another – some characterized by regularity, others by irregularity; Under Section 7.1, District Policies, replace subsection 5 with the following: Severances to existing lots shall only be permitted where the resulting lots are consistent with the general lot sizes within the associated streetscape and the applicable zoning bylaw. Under Section 7.2 details ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: details ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de Councillor Wilkinson WHEREAS on December 10, 2015, report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0156 was deferred from the Built Heritage Sub-Committee at the request of the property owner, who was concerned with the inclusion of the apple orchard as a heritage attribute in the proposed Statement of Cultural Heritage Value; and WHEREAS the apple orchard, planted by the Flewellyn family in 1889, is a feature of the cultural heritage landscape of the Flewellyn/Jones House at 5897 Fernbank Road; and WHEREAS staff have met with the current property owner and prospective purchaser to discuss the condition of the building and potential redevelopment of the site; and WHEREAS the Flewellyn/Jones house may require a new foundation to ensure structural stability; and WHEREAS there is a new land use anticipated for the Flewellyn/Jones House but no development application has been submitted to date; and WHEREAS the apple orchard should be reviewed in a more comprehensive matter, as part of the development a details DESIGNATION OF THE FLEWELLYN/JONES HOUSE, 5897 FERNBANK ROAD UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Absent Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE FLEWELLYN/JONES HOUSE, 5897 FERNBANK ROAD UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 31 DECEMBER 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the goal of adopting an updated New Edinburgh Heritage Conservation District Plan is to provide clarity and specificity to ensure appropriate and enforceable protection for the heritage attributes of the district; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: Under Section 8.5.1, Demolition and Relocation, reorder the guidelines so that guidelines 3 and 4 are last in this section, becoming guidelines 6 and 7, and re-number the guidelines accordingly; Under Section 8.5.2, Conservation and Maintenance, Exterior Cladding, replace subsection 2 with the following: If original cladding requires replacement it should be replaced in kind. Only deteriorated portions should be replaced. Under Section 8.5.3, 8.5.3 Additions to Existing Buildings (Contributing and Non-Contributing), General Guidelines, replace subsection 3 with the following: Additions shall normally be located in the rear yard. However, there may be instances where an addition elsewhere may be appropriate because it does not have a negative impa details NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: details NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 122 DALY AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE SANDY HILL WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 600 MINTO PLACE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 600 MINTO PLACE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-12-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
No Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de refuser la demande de démolition de la grange Bradley/Craig, située au 590, chemin Hazeldean. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, a été prolongé et prendra fin le 31 janvier 2016.) (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 that Planning Committee recommend that Council refuse the application to demolish the Bradley/Craig Barn, 590 Hazeldean Road. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act was extended and will expire on January 31, 2016.) (Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario H details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE BRADLEY/CRAIG BARN, 590 HAZELDEAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED 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 demolition of 281 – 283 Cumberland Street, subject to the approval of the appropriate planning applications; 2. Approve the construction of a low-rise apartment building at 287 Cumberland Street according to revised plans received on November 6, 2015; 3. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department; and 4. 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 was extended and will expire on February 11, 2016.)(Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a building permit.) details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH 281-283 CUMBERLAND STREET AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 281-283 CUMBERLAND, 297 CUMBERLAND STREET AND 207-209 MURRAY STREET, PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: Be It Resolved that the four recommendations be deleted and replaced with the following: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Refuse the application for the demolition of 281 – 283 Cumberland Street, 2. Refuse the application for the construction of a low-rise apartment building at 281-283, 287 Cumberland Street and 207-209 Murray Street details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH 281-283 CUMBERLAND STREET AND APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 281-283 CUMBERLAND, 297 CUMBERLAND STREET AND 207-209 MURRAY STREET, PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That this item titled Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District Plan be deferred to January 14, 2016. details ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SANDY HILL CULTURAL HERITAGE CHARACTER AREA UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee is being asked to recommend that Planning Committee recommend Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the Flewellyn/Jones House at 5897 Fernbank Road; and, WHEREAS the property owner has requested deferral of this matter for one month to give her an opportunity to seek legal counsel in advance of the Committee and Council consideration of the proposed designation; and, WHEREAS staff has no objections to the request for deferral; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Built Heritage Sub-Committee defer this matter to the January 14, 2016 meeting of the Sub-Committee. details DESIGNATION OF THE FLEWELLYN/JONES HOUSE, 5897 FERNBANK ROAD UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2015-12-09
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
No No Motion To: WHEREAS, on November 30, 2015, the Community and Protective Services Committee and other Members of Council heard directly from those who are working on the front lines with Ottawa’s most vulnerable citizens, each of whom highlighted different areas where they are experiencing an increase in demand that they cannot afford to meet; and WHEREAS these partner agencies, and others in the community are playing an important role by providing services; and WHEREAS the majority of these agencies use City funds to leverage other dollars, multiplying the value of the City’s investment and the return to those residents most in need; and WHEREAS the delegations pointed to several mounting pressures, from an increase to the number of residents using these programs to the cost of items like food, utilities, and transportation; and WHEREAS, on November 30, 2015, the Community and Protective Services Committee and other Members of Council heard directly from those who are working on the front lines with Ot details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Project 907399 – Pedestrian Facilities (p. 86 of the Transportation Committee Budget book) includes funding in 2016 for a new sidewalk along Castlefrank Road, from Torcastle Way to Winchester Drive; and WHEREAS a new sidewalk on Bridgestone Drive, from Grassy Plains Drive to Eagleson Road, is also a Council-approved Transportation Master Plan Affordable Pedestrian Network project; and WHEREAS the Bridgestone Drive sidewalk is the first project listed below the cut-off line of the Affordable Pedestrian Network projects envelope and staff has advised the Bridgestone Drive project is comparable in costs to the Castlefrank Road sidewalk; and WHEREAS, although both projects are important to the ward, the Bridgestone Drive project is a more urgent community priority; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve that Project 907399 – Pedestrian Facilities (p. 86 of the Transportation Committee Budget book) be amended such that the new sidewalk on Bridgestone Drive, from Grassy Plains details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS City Council approved a reduction to outdoor patio fees in 2015 and, although a freeze of these fees for the 2016 Draft Budget was contemplated at the time, it was anticipated that this would result in a $12,000 unfunded budget pressure for 2016; and WHEREAS, following the consideration of the Planning Committee budget, staff reviewed the increased number of patios in 2015 and determined that a similar number of patios are anticipated for 2016; and WHEREAS staff has also determined that, based on the 2015 actuals, Council will exceed the 2016 revenue projections even if the patio fees are frozen at 2015 rates; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that the 2016 Outdoor Patio Fee-Daily Rental per Sqm/Day (p.12 of the Planning Committee Budget book) be frozen at the 2015 rate of $1.18 per square metre per day. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS following the public and Planning Committee meetings for Zoning By-law Amendment – 175 Main Street, the applicant and the Old Ottawa East Community Association have agreed to an additional zoning regulation to be added to the proposed rezoning; AND WHEREAS staff have no concerns with the proposed addition; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning of the Report, as amended by Planning Committee at its meeting of November 24, be further amended by adding the following provision to proposed exception TM[XXXX] H(20): “- a parking garage is only permitted below grade”. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there be no further notice pursuant to Section 34(17) of the Planning Act. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 175 MAIN STREET
Transportation Committee
2015-12-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015-2016 WINTER OPERATIONS UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That Transportation Committee recommend that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Transportation Committee 2016 Draft Operating and Capital Budget as follows: 1. The Transportation Committee Operating Budget (p. 5) as follows: a) General Manager’s Office - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 6); b) Business Services - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 7); c) Traffic Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 9-10); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 8); d) Roads Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 12); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 11); e) Parking Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 14-25); ii) Parking Operations Operating Resource Requirement (p. 13); f) Fleet Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 27); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 26); g) Transportation Planning Operating Resource Requirement (p. 28). 2. The Transportation Committee Capital Program (pgs. 29-32) as follows: a) Transportation Services [individual projects listed p. 50-105]; b) Trans details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-12-01
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 9 - 3 November' 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDC) considered the Proposed 2016 Budget Timeline and 2016-2018 Budget Directions report (ACS2015-CMR-FIN-0038) at its meeting on October 6, 2015; and WHEREAS a staff direction was given by Councillor Egli at the Committee meeting; and WHEREAS the word “Oversee” was omitted at the beginning of the second bullet in Minutes 8 of the Finance and Economic Development Committee, which were approved at Committee on November 3, 2015; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the correct version be included in the Minutes as follows: Staff direction: That the City Manager work with the Office of the City Treasurer to develop a proposal to establish a corporate budget or ‘challenge’ function, to be funded within existing resources, that will: • Provide an effective and formal ‘early-warning’ system to identify any significant variances developing between departmental spending and/or revenue budgets and their monthly actuals to allow for early co details Revised Minutes 8 - 6 October 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details FEDC 04-15 - Water and Sewer and Property Tax Bill Account Self Serve Functionality
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2016 INTERIM PROPERTY TAXES AND DUE DATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN - PROPOSED SETTLEMENT OF THE OTTAWA SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT GROUP CLAIMS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 100-DAY MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE AND 2016 IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 405 TERMINAL AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details STAGE 1 AND STAGE 2 OF LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) - PROVISION OF PUBLIC WASHROOMS
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - ACQUISITION AND SALE OF LAND AND PROPERTY - JULY 1, 2015 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY DESIGNATION FOR THE DURATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CONFEDERATION LINE STATION AT 117 RIDEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the French recommendation in the report titled “Budget Challenge and Service Reviews – Information Supplemental to the 2016 Budget Estimates (ACS2015-CMR-OCM-0032)” is inconsistent with the English recommendation; Therefore be it resolved that the French recommendation read as follows: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique et le Conseil municipal prennent connaissance de ce rapport en tant que complément d’information sur les Budgets préliminaires de fonctionnement et d’immobilisations de 2016. details BUDGET CHALLENGE AND SERVICE REVIEWS - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE 2016 BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details BUDGET CHALLENGE AND SERVICE REVIEWS - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE 2016 BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Finance and Economic Development Committee 2015 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1. Elected Officials - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 35). 2. City Manager’s Office - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 36); 3. Corporate Programs and Business Services – Operating Resources Requirement (p. 37); 4. Real Estate Partnerships and Development, as follows: i) User fees (p. 39). ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 38); 5. Finance as follows: i) User fees (p. 41-42). ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 40); 6. City Clerk and Solicitor - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 43). 7. Deputy City Manager, City Operations - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 44). 8. Service Ottawa as follows: i) User fees (p. 46). ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 45); 9. Human Resources- Operating Resource Requirement (p. 47). 10. Corporate Communications- Operating Resour details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Environment Committee
2015-11-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 5 - Monday, 5 October 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Environment Committee recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Environment Committee 2016 Tax-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1) Infrastructure Services as follows: a) User Fees (p. 9-10); b) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 8). 2) Environmental Services – Policy and Programs Operating Resource Requirement (p. 11); 3) Solid Waste Services as follows: a) User Fees (p. 13-14); b) Operating Resource Requirements (p. 12); 4) Public Works-Forestry Services as follows: a) User Fees (p. 16); b) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 15). 5) Environment Committee Capital Budget p. 17 [individual projects listed p.30-31, p. 33-35]. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by Councillor / Motion de Conseiller : J. Leiper That the Environment Committee recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Environment Committee 2016 Rate-supported Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1. Drinking Water Services as follows: a. User Fees (p. 6-9); b. Operating Resource Requirement (p. 5). 2. Wastewater Services as follows: a. User Fees (p. 11) b. Operating Resource Requirement (p. 10); 3. Stormwater Services as follows: a. User Fees (p. 13-14); b. Operating Resource Requirements (p. 12); 4. Capital Budget (p. 15-20) [individual Drinking Water Services projects listed p. 34-62, individual Wastewater Services projects listed p. 64-105, individual Integrated Roads, Water and Wastewater projects listed p. 107-124, individual Integrated Water and Wastewater projects listed p. 126-127]. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2015-18 WORK PLAN
City Council
2015-11-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INTEGRITY COMMISSIONER - 2015 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 400 ALBERT STREET (383 SLATER STREET)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PRESTON STREET NORTH TRADITIONAL MAINSTREET STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REPEAL OF BY-LAW 2015-45 AS IT AFFECTS THE REAR PORTION OF 1585 MERIVALE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4149 AND 4175 STRANDHERD DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3605 PAUL ANKA DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa showed leadership in 2012 by amending the City of Ottawa’s Smoke-free Public Places By-law and Workplace By-law to protect residents from the harms of exposure to second hand smoke in outdoor places; and by amending the Parks and Facilities By-law to prohibit the smoking of water-pipes and non-tobacco products on municipal property; and this consequently has been well accepted in the community; and WHEREAS the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, and Bill 45, Making Healthier Choices Act, 2015 amendments, does not regulate smoking of non-tobacco combustible substances; and WHEREAS smoking of non-tobacco combustible substances in public places creates enforcement complexities when determining compliance with Ottawa’s smoke-free by-laws and the Smoke-Free Ontario Act; and WHEREAS smoking of non-tobacco combustible substances such as the use of herbal products in water-pipes is gaining popularity among youth and young adults in Ottawa; and WHEREAS there is growing evidence of the details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to timelines as the proponent is hoping to begin construction prior to the winter season, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards is in the process of having building permits issued in respect of development at the City-owned facility; and WHEREAS development has been approved at the site and the proponent is seeking to have its development charges deferred; and WHEREAS, even though the City is the property owner of the Bayview Yards, the Delegation of Authority By-law requires such matters be registered on title; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council delegate the authority to the City Clerk and Solicitor to enter into a deferral agreement without requiring such agreement to be registered on title. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, due to timelines, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS construction of the new Donald/Somerset Pedestrian and cycling bridge, which connects Overbrook to Sandy Hill, is ahead of schedule and will be open to the public on December 4, 2015, after 1:00pm; and WHEREAS the Ward Councillors have completed the six-month, three-stage naming process that included an online form that allowed members of the public to submit their name suggestions for consideration and a community event where members of the public were invited to learn about the history of the area; and WHEREAS 60 name suggestions were submitted and a short list of names was vetted by City of Ottawa staff to ensure no duplication or other conflict; and WHEREAS a Selection Committee comprised of the Rideau-Rockcliffe and Rideau-Vanier Ward Councillors, representatives from the Overbrook Community Association, Action Sandy Hill and Heritage Ottawa, community members from Overbrook and Sandy Hill details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2015-11-12
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 12, 2015, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details MAYOR'S BUDGET ADDRESS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CANADA 150 COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM PROJECTS AND STRATEGIC INITIATIVE 37 - RECREATION FACILITY UPGRADES PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET - CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FTE ANALYSIS REPORT - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE 2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY:' 2016 DRAFT BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2016 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 6 NOVEMBER 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, subsequent to consideration by the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee at its meeting of November 5, 2015, a typographical error was discovered in the recommendation contained in the report entitled “Review of the All-Terrain Vehicle Trail Network Pilot Project”, specifically, the referenced by-law number “203-199” is incorrect and should be “2013-199”; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Committee Recommendation, as amended, be further amended to correct the reference to by-law “203-199” to “2013-199”, to read as follows: That Council approve that the All-Terrain Vehicle Trail Network Pilot Project for Osgoode Ward (regulated by By-law 2013-199) be extended until November 30, 2017, and updated to allow additional types of authorized vehicles to reflect recent amendments to the Highway Traffic Act, and that housekeeping changes be made to the By-law, as further described in the Report and in Document 1, as amended by the following changes: That Schedule “A” details REVIEW OF THE ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE TRAIL NETWORK PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SPEED REDUCTION ON APPLE ORCHARD DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGES - 3765 LOGGERS WAY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REMOVAL OF 3524 MCBEAN STREET FROM THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 - MID-YEAR PURCHASING REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the Roadside Memorials Policy detailed in Document 3, as amended by the following changes; -memorials allowed for a period of six months, -memorials are to be arranged so as to occupy as little of the sidewalk as possible, -that all elements of the memorial be adequately secured to each other and to a fixed object (pole, barrier, etc.) details ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details IMPROVING THE URBAN DESIGN IN FRONT OF THE EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve that the speed limit along Hunt Club Road between a point approximately 140 m east of Cahill Drive and Conroy Road be reduced to 60 km/h. details HUNT CLUB ROAD SPEED REDUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3834 AND 3804 8TH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MOTIONS, DIRECTIONS AND INQUIRIES RECOMMENDED FOR CLOSURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE SPARKS STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD AND TO THE SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INVESTMENT POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details UNCOLLECTIBLE TAXES - SECTION 354 (1)(2)(4) OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001, S.O. 2001 C.25
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LEADERSHIP IN ASSET MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 13 BALSAM STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT TO PERMIT A BROADCASTING STUDIO AT 1391 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the Household Food Waste in Canada 2012 report (Tarasak, Mitchell, Dachner) indicated that, in 2012, nearly 13% of Canadian households experienced some level of food insecurity, that 64.5% of Ontario households that rely on social assistance were food insecure and that 131,000 Ontario households were classified as severely food insecure; and WHEREAS the Canadian Medical Association, in their July 2013 Town Hall Report, “Health Care in Canada: What Makes Us Sick”, identified that poverty and food insecurity are major factors contributing to poor health, noting that, “if you don’t have enough money to eat, you’re going to get sick” and recommending, “That a national food security program be established to ensure equitable access to safe and nutritious food for all Canadians regardless of neighbourhood or income.”; and WHEREAS the Conference Board of Canada identified in its May 2015 report “Study of Organic Waste Reduction: Tax Incentive Options for Charitable Food Donat details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council waive the Rules of Procedure, due to timelines, to consider the following: WHEREAS Council has previously approved a number of large-scale, resource-intensive programs to find efficiencies, such as the Universal Program Review in 2003, the Strategic Branch Review Program in 2008 and the Service Excellence Plan in 2009; and WHEREAS the Service Excellence investment and efficiency savings program has concluded; and WHEREAS Council has and continues to expect management to realize efficiencies, including both cost avoidance and savings, in the operations of City programs and services as part of day-to-day operations; and WHEREAS, in order to ensure taxes remain at the lowest possible rate while maintaining and enhancing public-facing services, new and/or expanded internal-facing services (whether in public-facing or administrative departments) should always receive a higher degree of scrutiny; and WHEREAS staff should be reviewing the merits of the following on a regular basis fo details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-11-09
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 30 OCTOBER 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by Vice Chair Padolsky WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee are being asked to recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council refuse the application to demolish the Bradley/Craig Barn, 590 Hazeldean Road; and, WHEREAS staff has received a letter dated 4 November 2015 from FOTENN Planning and Design on behalf of the applicant, requesting deferral of this matter to the December meeting of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee; and, WHEREAS the intent of the request for deferral is to allow time for the applicant to review staff’s report, provide feedback and consult with staff, and prepare to speak to this matter at Committee; and WHEREAS staff has no objections to the request for deferral; and WHEREAS the applicant has also agreed to an extension of the Ontario Heritage Act timeline, from January 12, 2016 to January 31, 2016; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Built Heritage Sub-Committee defer this matter to the December 10, 2015 meeting of the Sub-Committee. details STATUS UPDATE - BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 30 OCTOBER 2015
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 démolition du bâtiment situé au 259, avenue Beechwood, présentée le 8 octobre 2015. 2. D’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 259, avenue Beechwood, conformément aux plans préparés par Miroca Design, datés du 5 octobre 2015 et reçus le 8 octobre 2015. 3. D’approuver le plan d’aménagement paysager proposé pour le 259, avenue Beechwood, préparé par John K. Szczepaniiak, architecte-paysagiste, le 8 octobre 2015 et reçu le 8 octobre 2015. 4. De déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’autoriser des modifications mineures de conception. 5. De délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine, dont la période de validité est de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en ve details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 259 BEECHWOOD AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REMOVAL OF 3524 MCBEAN STREET FROM THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by Vice Chair Padolsky WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee are being asked to recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council refuse the application to demolish the Bradley/Craig Barn, 590 Hazeldean Road; and, WHEREAS staff has received a letter dated 4 November 2015 from FOTENN Planning and Design on behalf of the applicant, requesting deferral of this matter to the December meeting of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee; and, WHEREAS the intent of the request for deferral is to allow time for the applicant to review staff’s report, provide feedback and consult with staff, and prepare to speak to this matter at Committee; and WHEREAS staff has no objections to the request for deferral; and WHEREAS the applicant has also agreed to an extension of the Ontario Heritage Act timeline, from January 12, 2016 to January 31, 2016; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Built Heritage Sub-Committee defer this matter to the December 10, 2015 meeting of the Sub-Committee. details REMOVAL OF 3524 MCBEAN STREET FROM THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 90 BOLTON STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved by Vice Chair Padolsky WHEREAS the Built Heritage Sub-Committee are being asked to recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council refuse the application to demolish the Bradley/Craig Barn, 590 Hazeldean Road; and, WHEREAS staff has received a letter dated 4 November 2015 from FOTENN Planning and Design on behalf of the applicant, requesting deferral of this matter to the December meeting of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee; and, WHEREAS the intent of the request for deferral is to allow time for the applicant to review staff’s report, provide feedback and consult with staff, and prepare to speak to this matter at Committee; and WHEREAS staff has no objections to the request for deferral; and WHEREAS the applicant has also agreed to an extension of the Ontario Heritage Act timeline, from January 12, 2016 to January 31, 2016; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Built Heritage Sub-Committee defer this matter to the December 10, 2015 meeting of the Sub-Committee. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 90 BOLTON STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by Councillor Moffatt That the item be deferred to the January meeting of BHSC to permit OCH to look at viable options with Infrastructure Ontario. details DEMOLITION OF 171 BRUY'RE STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE LOWERTOWN WEST HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, AND REPLACEMENT WITH A PARKETTE
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner la maison Boyd, située au 173, promenade Huntmar, aux termes 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 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the Boyd House, 173 Huntmar Drive under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF THE BOYD HOUSE, 173 HUNTMAR DRIVE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Absent Yes Motion To: That this item titled Application to demolish the Bradley/Craig Barn, 590 Hazeldean Road, a property designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act be deferred. details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE BRADLEY/CRAIG BARN, 590 HAZELDEAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes 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 (being by-law no. 2014-441) details DEMOLITION OF 285 WILBROD STREET A PROPERTY LISTED ON THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Transportation Committee
2015-11-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 8 - 7 October 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transportation 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 (being by-law no. 2014-441). details TRC 09-15 - Sidewalk Interlock Maintenance/Replacement Standards
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - PRESENTATION - PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE REHABILITATION OR REPLACEMENT OF STRUCTURES AND CULVERTS ALONG HIGHWAY 417 BETWEEN THE AVIATION PARKWAY AND RAMSAYVILLE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 23 OCTOBER 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by Councillor D Chernushenko Whereas, the proposed Roadside Memorials Policy outlines the conditions under which roadside memorials will be permitted on the public right of way, and; Whereas, a cornerstone of this policy is the length of time which a roadside memorial can remain in the right of way, and; Whereas, best practices from municipalities across North America indicate timeframes ranging from three months to one year, and; Whereas, there are additional requirements for the memorial to remain in good repair and occupy no more than one square metre in space, and; Whereas, members of the community have identified concerns with some existing memorials that have multiple components that are not secured and this can cause issues for pedestrians, Therefore, be it resolved that Transportation Committee recommend Council adopt the amended Roadside Memorials Policy as attached which implements the following changes; - memorials allowed for a period of six months, - memorials are to be arran details ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: details ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver la politique concernant les monuments commémoratifs en bordure de rue, expliquée en détail dans le document 3. That Transportation Committee recommend Council approve the Roadside Memorials Policy detailed in Document 3. details ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil : 1. D’approuver le remplacement des barrières aménagées devant l’ambassade des États-Unis, sur l’avenue Mackenzie, par des bornes de protection; 2. De renoncer aux dispositions relatives aux empiètements des bornes de protection figurant dans le Règlement en matière d’empiètement, sans aucuns frais; 3. De déléguer au directeur municipal le pouvoir de finaliser et de signer l’entente de partage des coûts avec la Commission de la capitale nationale; 4. De déléguer au directeur municipal le pouvoir de finaliser et de signer une demande de financement de ce projet, adressée au ministère des Transports de l’Ontario, et toute entente de modification ou de prolongation conforme aux dispositions du présent rapport. That the Transportation Committee recommends that Council: 1. Approve the replacement of the barriers in front of the United States Embassy on Mackenzie Avenue with bollards; 2. Waive the encroachment of the bo details IMPROVING THE URBAN DESIGN IN FRONT OF THE EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by Councillor D Deans WHEREAS the French recommendation contained in the above-noted report is incorrect and does not match the English recommendation; and, WHEREAS the English version of the recommendation contained in said report is correct; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the French recommendation be corrected to accurately reflect the wording contained in the English recommendation, as follows: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil de réduire la limite de vitesse à 60 km/h sur le chemin Hunt Club entre un point situé à 140 m à l’est de la promenade Cahill et le chemin Conroy. details HUNT CLUB ROAD SPEED REDUCTION
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil de réduire la limite de vitesse à 60 km/h sur le chemin Hunt Club entre le chemin Conroy et un point situé à 140 m à l’est du chemin Albion. That the Transportation Committee recommend to Council that the speed limit along Hunt Club Road between a point approximately 140 m east of Cahill Drive and Conroy Road be reduced to 60 km/h. details HUNT CLUB ROAD SPEED REDUCTION
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-11-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 8 - October 6, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 23 OCTOBER 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTIONS, DIRECTIONS AND INQUIRIES RECOMMENDED FOR CLOSURE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENTS TO THE SPARKS STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD AND TO THE SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 - MID-YEAR PURCHASING REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details INVESTMENT POLICY
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 LEADERSHIP IN ASSET MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - OCTOBER 2015
City Council
2015-10-28
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 OPERATING BUDGET Q2 - BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE CITY OF OTTAWA HEALTH UNIT STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: The Board of Health for the City of Ottawa Health Unit referred the following to Council: 1. That Council recommend the appointment of Dr. Robin Taylor as Associate Medical Officer of Health to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care in accordance with the City of Ottawa Act, 1999 and the Health Protection and Promotion Act; and 2. Subject to approval of recommendation 1, that Council transmit its recommendation for approval of the appointment to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care. details APPOINTMENT OF AN ASSOCIATE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH - IN CAMERA - PERSONAL MATTERS ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL. REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON COUNCIL APPROVAL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2015-18 WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve le plan de travail 2015-2016 du comité consultatif sur les arts, la culture, le patrimoine et les loisirs, tel que décrit à la pièce jointe no 1. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the Arts, Culture, Heritage and Recreation Advisory Committee’s 2015-2016 Work plan as detailed in Document 1. details ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2015'2016 WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA OLDER ADULT PLAN 2015-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES - PROVISION OF DISPATCH SERVICES TO OTHER MUNICIPALITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA RENEWED PUBLIC ART POLICY
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve le présent rapport en tant que représentations écrites requises pour la décision de la Commission des affaires municipales de l’Ontario relativement au bien-fonds situé aux 1445-1451, rue Wellington. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve this report as the written representations required by the Ontario Municipal Board Decision in respect of 1445-1451 Wellington Street. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD SETTLEMENT - 1445-1451 WELLINGTON STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil appuie l’approbation provisoire du plan de lotissement proposé et de la modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 au sujet de la propriété située au 6279, chemin Fernbank sous réserve des principes établis dans les documents relatifs à l’entente sur la solution de gestion des eaux pluviales, aux conditions pour l’approbation des plans de lotissement provisoires et aux détails des modifications provisoires au Règlement de zonage, tous présentés en pièces jointes comme documents 3, 4 et 5. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council support draft approval of the proposed Plan of Subdivision and amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 6279 Fernbank Road subject to the principles set forth in the Stormwater Management Solution Agreement, Conditions for Subdivision Draft Approval and Preliminary Zoning By-law Amendment Details, attached as Documents 3, 4 and 5. details ZONING AND PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 6279 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS MADD chapters across the country have local memorials dedicated to victims of impaired driving, such as a garden, bench or stone monument; and WHEREAS in recognition of MADD Ottawa’s 25th anniversary, the chapter wishes to establish a memorial for those killed or injured by an impaired driver in the Ottawa area. This would also be a place that victim families could come to reflect and remember; and WHEREAS it has been determined by the City that the fountain on the Laurier side of City Hall is available to be dedicated to MADD Ottawa; and WHEREAS MADD Ottawa would pay for the marker and the installation; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that MADD Ottawa be granted permission to install a small memorial marker at the site of the fountain at City Hall and that the Public Works Department continue to maintain the fountain as part of its existing maintenance program for Ottawa City Hall. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS The proliferation of e-book devices and the increased availability of e-content have led to a greater number of Ottawans wanting to borrow e-books and e-magazines from their public library, and WHEREAS public libraries, including the Ottawa Public Library are often unable to secure the e-book resources that are available to the general public, or are only able to secure them for limited periods of time and/or at significantly greater expense than the general public, and WHEREAS the Ottawa Public Library Board is committed to providing Ottawa residents with equitable and accessible public library service that provides universal access to a broad range of human knowledge, information and ideas in all its forms, and WHEREAS refusing to sell e-books or e-magazines to public libraries or imposing other terms that unreasonably increase costs undermines Ottawa Public Library's ability to serve Ottawans and are not the answer to a healthy publishing industry, therefore THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor E. El-Chantiry Seconded by / Appuyée par : Mayor J. Watson THAT City Council waive the Rules of Procedure to consider the following motion, due to the October 31st, 2015, deadline set by the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to consider submissions under the Municipal Legislation review: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is currently required to invest internally managed funds and the Endowment Fund in accordance with the Municipal Act, 2001 and Ontario Regulation 438/97 amended to Ontario Regulation 399/02, which specifically outlines allowable investments; and WHEREAS to ensure the sustainability and sound stewardship of the investment program of the City of Ottawa, the City Treasurer is of the opinion that certain changes should be made to the Municipal Act, 2001 and Ontario Regulation 438/97 amended to Ontario Regulation 399/02, to better allow the prudent investment of internally managed funds and the City of Ottawa Endowment details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor J. Mitic Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor D. Chernushenko THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to timelines, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Ottawa Fury FC, have been Ottawa’s professional soccer club since 2014 and in just their second season, the Fury have earned a playoff berth by winning the North American Soccer League’s Fall Season, the first in franchise history and will host the semi-final playoff game at TD Place on November 8, 2015; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Redblacks, Ottawa’s Canadian Football League (CFL) team, has also earned a postseason playoff berth with a strong performance in the CFL’s East Division; and WHEREAS the Glebe Business Improvement Area (BIA) and the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) have confirmed that they are supportive of identifying Bank Street as “Fury Way / voie du Fury” from the Bank Street Bridge to the 417 Queensway with temporary, bilingual commemorative signs at each inte details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2015-10-14
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Receive the Audited financial statements of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation (OCLDC) for the Year 2014 in the Annual Report in Document 1; and 2. Appoint Ernst and Young LLP as the auditor of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation for the Year 2015. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OCLDC) - 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OCLDC) - 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FLEWELLYN MUNICIPAL DRAIN - AMENDMENT TO THE ENGINEER'S REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AND PLANNING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the Protocol for Wildlife Protection during Construction, attached as Document 1. details PROTOCOL FOR WILDLIFE PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION - UPDATED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PROTOCOL FOR WILDLIFE PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION - UPDATED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS additional requests for Council Support Resolutions for projects associated with the Feed in Tariff (FIT) program have been received by the City after Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee consideration of the report entitled Feed-in-Tarrif Program for Ground-Mount Solar FIT Projects (ARAC Report 8, Item 8), which is listed as Item 4 on the Council Agenda; WHEREAS the window for applications is expected to close on October 23; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT that Council amend Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 8, Item 8 to add the additional appendices F and G, as outlined below. Appendix F – 3543 Baskins Beach Road PIN # 045650416 (Ward 5) WHEREAS capitalized terms not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to them in the FIT Rules, Version 4.0; WHEREAS William Robert Baskin and Laurie Jean Baskin (the “Applicant”) proposes to construct and operate a ground mount solar installation (the “Project”) on 3543 Baskins Beach Road (the “Lands”) in the City of Ott details FEED-IN TARIFF PROGRAM FOR GROUND-MOUNT SOLAR FIT PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details FEED-IN TARIFF PROGRAM FOR GROUND-MOUNT SOLAR FIT PROJECTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - REPORT ON AUDIT FOLLOW-UPS AND DETAILED AUDIT FOLLOW-UP REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Environment Committee Report 5, Item 2, Solid Waste Bylaw Amendments (listed as Item 7 on the Council Agenda) was issued with an incorrect version of Document 1 (English and French); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council Approve that Document 1 of the report, as approved by Environment Committee and as attached to this motion as Appendix A, replace the incorrect version of Document 1 issued with Environment Committee report 5. details SOLID WASTE BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details SOLID WASTE BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Environment Committee Report 5, Item 2, Solid Waste Bylaw Amendments (listed as Item 7 on the Council Agenda) was issued with an incorrect version of Document 1 (English and French); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council Approve that Document 1 of the report, as approved by Environment Committee and as attached to this motion as Appendix A, replace the incorrect version of Document 1 issued with Environment Committee report 5. details Appendix A
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details Appendix A
No Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the development of a Backflow Prevention Program in accordance with the parameters and consultation strategy described in this report, and report back to Committee and Council with program details in Q1 2016. details BACKFLOW PREVENTION PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SCHOOLYARD TREE PLANTING GRANT PROGRAM - UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve that: 1. By-law 130 of 1996 of the former City of Gloucester be amended such that by-law, section 5, does not apply where no cost has been incurred by the municipality; and, 2. By-law 20-90 and By-law 21-90 of the former City of Nepean be amended such that by-law, section 2(1), does not apply where no cost has been incurred by the municipality. details SEWER CONNECTION BY-LAW AMENDMENT - FRONTAGE CHARGES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2015 - 2018 WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council approve the timetable for developing and approving the 2016 budget, and the 2016 to 2018 operating and capital budget strategies as outlined in the report and which includes the following: 1. The City Wide levy, which includes Police, Library and Public Health, be increased by 1.75% per year; and 2. Each year, all new operating budget needs will be as established in Council’s strategic initiatives setting process with the funding as identified in report ACS2015-CMR-OCM-0016 – Proposed 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities; and 3. Each year, all strategic initiative capital projects will be as identified in Council’s strategic initiatives setting process with the funding as identified in report ACS2015-CMR-OCM-0016 – Proposed 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities; and 4. That the budget allocation for Transit services be based on a 2.5% increase to the Transit levy, as identified in the Transit Affordability Plan and a pro-rated share of th details PROPOSED 2016 BUDGET TIMELINE AND 2016-2018 BUDGET DIRECTIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 CHARITABLE AND VACANCY REBATES ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0128 recommends approval of a zoning by-law amendment to permit a planned unit development; and AND WHEREAS the Heights and Yards Schedule (Document 4) of the report has conflicting measurements along the south west side of the property; BE IT RESOLVED that Document 4, in the report, be replaced with the attached schedule; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2 FOURTH AVENUE, 364, 368, 370 AND 372 QUEEN ELIZABETH DRIVEWAY AND 1 FIFTH AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2 FOURTH AVENUE, 364, 368, 370 AND 372 QUEEN ELIZABETH DRIVEWAY AND 1 FIFTH AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council approve: 1. The Former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe Community Design Plan as outlined in this report and in Document 2; 2. The Former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe Master Servicing Study, as outlined in Document 3; 3. The Former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe Redevelopment – Stormwater Management Existing Conditions and Low Impact Development Pilot Project Scoping, as outlined in Document 4; and 4. Official Plan Amendment XX, as outlined in Document 5, including the addition of the Former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe Secondary Plan, as amended by correcting Schedule D of the Secondary Plan to show a continuous multi-use pathway on Codd’s Road up to the Secondary Plan boundary, which is the southern property line of the former airbase. details COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, MASTER SERVICING STUDY AND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT FOR THE FORMER CANADIAN FORCES BASE ROCKCLIFFE
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 MURAL AT 373 LAURIER AVENUE EAST
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve the proposed resolution of the appeals by the Greater Ottawa Home Builders’ Association and the Building and Owners and Managers Association of Ottawa, and partial resolution of the appeals by Caivan Development Corporation, Minto Communities Inc., Mattamy (Jock River) Limited, Richmond Village (North) Limited as and Richmond Village (South) Limited, as set forth in Document 1. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGES - RESOLUTION OF APPEALS BY GREATER OTTAWA HOME BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING OWNERS AND MANAGERS ASSOCIATION OF OTTAWA - IN CAMERA - LITIGATION OR POTENTIAL LITIGATION, AFFECTING THE CITY, INCLUDING MATTERS BEFORE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS.' REPORTING OUT DATE: OCTOBER 14, 20
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WINTER OVERNIGHT PARKING REGULATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve that: 1. Energy Ottawa Inc. (“Energy Ottawa”) carry out the conversion of the City of Ottawa’s street lighting infrastructure to light emitting diode (LED) technology as per the implementation schedule outlined in this report; 2. Energy Ottawa undertake the ongoing maintenance of the City’s existing and future street lighting infrastructure, as described in this report; and, 3. The General Manager, Public Works Department be granted delegated authority to negotiate, conclude, and execute, with the concurrence of the City Clerk and Solicitor, legal agreements with Energy Ottawa, as described in this report. details PROPOSED STREET LIGHTING PREFERRED PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE CITY OF OTTAWA AND ENERGY OTTAWA INC. ('ENERGY OTTAWA')
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPLETE STREETS IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK
Yes Yes Motion To: That recommendation 1.a) be amended to add after the word “machines”, the following words: “in the geographic area bounded by the Rideau Canal in the east, Somerset Street to the south, Bank Street to the west, and the Ottawa River to the north”, so as to read: a) Section 21 (Use of Parking Payment Device); for all on-street parking pay and display machines in the geographic area bounded by the Rideau Canal in the east, Somerset Street to the south, Bank Street to the west, and the Ottawa River to the north, save and except tour bus meters; details FREE PARKING FOR VETERANS ON REMEMBRANCE DAY - MOTION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DALY MUNICIPAL DRAIN - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PRATT MUNICIPAL DRAIN - APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DOWDALL MUNICIPAL DRAIN - AMENDMENT TO THE ENGINEER'S REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CITY OF OTTAWA/RIDEAU VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY SEPTIC SYSTEM SERVICE AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGES - 1229 DWYER HILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA CENTRE ECODISTRICT SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD ACTION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CARLSBAD SPRINGS TRICKLE-FEED SYSTEM - FRONTAGE CHARGE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INCLUSION OF NATIONAL PARTNERS IN OTTAWA 2017 VISIBILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN UPDATE AND AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LEASE ASSIGNMENT - 200 ISLAND LODGE ROAD - PORTER ISLAND FACILITY INC.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS - COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REVISED REPORT FOR THE FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR THE TENTH LINE PUMPING STATION SANITARY OVERFLOW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 605, 609, 613 AND 617 LONGFIELDS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details NAMING OF STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY AT 4235 MCKENNA CASEY DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on May 12, 2013, Rowan Stringer, a 17-year old Barrhaven teenager, passed away after suffering multiple head injuries while playing high school rugby; and WHEREAS a coroner’s inquest into her death resulted in 49 recommendations, including the creation of an Ontario act to govern all youth sport, in schools and outside of schools, to be known as Rowan’s Law; and WHEREAS Rowan’s Law is expected to be introduced in the Ontario Legislature this fall and, when enacted, would create an expert advisory committee to Ontario’s Premier that would advise on the implementation of the Ontario-specific recommendations; and WHEREAS the Barrhaven Scottish Rugby Football Club has requested that the rugby field at Ken Ross Park, located at 600 Longfields Drive, be named in honour of Rowan Stringer; and WHEREAS the City’s Commemorative Naming Policy, approved by Council on July 24, 2002, outlines the criteria and process for commemoratively naming municipal streets, parks and facilities (or par details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on May 12, 2013, Rowan Stringer, a 17-year old Barrhaven teenager, passed away after suffering multiple head injuries while playing high school rugby; and WHEREAS a coroner’s inquest into her death resulted in 49 recommendations, including the creation of an Ontario act to govern all youth sport, in schools and outside of schools, to be known as Rowan’s Law; and WHEREAS Rowan’s Law is expected to be introduced in the Ontario Legislature this fall and, when enacted, would create an expert advisory committee to Ontario’s Premier that would advise on the implementation of the Ontario-specific recommendations; and WHEREAS the Barrhaven Scottish Rugby Football Club has requested that the rugby field at Ken Ross Park, located at 600 Longfields Drive, be named in honour of Rowan Stringer; and WHEREAS the City’s Commemorative Naming Policy, approved by Council on July 24, 2002, outlines the criteria and process for commemoratively naming municipal streets, parks and facilities (or par details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Transportation Committee
2015-10-07
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver : 1. les modifications à la réglementation sur le stationnement de nuit en hiver indiquées dans le présent rapport; 2. les modifications au Règlement sur la circulation et le stationnement (no 2003-530, tel que modifié) afin d’accroître les pouvoirs du directeur général du Service des travaux publics pour lui permettre de déterminer dans quels cas il est nécessaire d’interdire le stationnement de nuit en hiver, comme le précise le Document 1, et ce, à compter du 15 novembre 2015; 3. l’annulation des tarifs de stationnement de nuit pour permettre aux résidents de se garer gratuitement dans les garages de stationnement municipaux lorsqu’une interdiction de stationnement de nuit en hiver est en vigueur en vertu du Règlement sur la circulation et le stationnement, comme le précise le présent rapport; 4. les modifications à la grille tarifaire des permis de stationnement sur rue décrites dans le présent rap details WINTER OVERNIGHT PARKING REGULATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver : 1. qu’Énergie Ottawa Inc. (Énergie Ottawa) assure la conversion aux diodes électroluminescentes (DEL) de l’infrastructure d’éclairage des rues de la Ville d’Ottawa, conformément au calendrier de mise en œuvre présenté plus loin dans ce rapport; 2. qu’Énergie Ottawa soit responsable de l’entretien continu de l’infrastructure municipale d’éclairage des rues existante et future, comme le décrit le présent rapport; 3. que le directeur général des Travaux publics se voit déléguer le pouvoir de négocier, de conclure et de signer, avec l’accord du greffier municipal et chef du contentieux, des ententes juridiques avec Energy Ottawa comme il est décrit dans le présent rapport. That the Transportation Committee recommend Council approve that: 1. Energy Ottawa Inc. (“Energy Ottawa”) carry out the conversion of the City of Ottawa’s street lighting infrastructure to light emitting diode (LED) tech details PROPOSED STREET LIGHTING PREFERRED PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE CITY OF OTTAWA AND ENERGY OTTAWA INC. ('ENERGY OTTAWA')
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Complete Streets policy was approved by Council as part of the Transportation Master Plan Update in November 2013; and WHEREAS the process to develop the implementation framework for the policy included a Complete Streets Advisory Committee, with representation from Planning and Growth Management, Public Works, Infrastructure Services, Transit Services, and Public Health; and WHEREAS Complete Streets is a process rather than a prescribed design and that each road will look different depending upon the location and context; and WHEREAS City staff have identified early project scoping for transportation-related projects as beneficial for long-term financial forecasting and planning; and WHEREAS the Transportation Committee and Council have identified Complete Streets as a Term of Council priority. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff report back to the Transportation Committee in Q4 2016 to identify the projects that have been examined and implemented through the Complete Street lens f details COMPLETE STREETS IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMPLETE STREETS IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-10-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 7 - September 1, 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: details FED 02-15 - Phase 1 LRT - Independent Assessment
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2015 - 2018 WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the report on the Proposed 2016 Budget Timeline and 2016-2018 Budget Directions included a Proposed 2016 Budget Timetable in Document 1; and WHEREAS there were errors in the dates listed for the Tabling of Draft Budget with Council, and for the consideration of the budget for the Ottawa Public Library Board and the Public Health Board; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following dates in Document 1 be amended as follows: • In part 2, Tabling of Draft Budget with Council – November 12 Thursday • In part 4, Ottawa Public Library Board - December 1 Tuesday • In part 4, Public Health Board – December 7 Monday • In part 4, Audit Committee – November 26 Thursday details PROPOSED 2016 BUDGET TIMELINE AND 2016-2018 BUDGET DIRECTIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details BANK LOAN AUTHORIZATION AGREEMENT BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the following by-laws of the City of Ottawa be given three readings and enacted by the Finance and Economic Development Committee in accordance with its delegated authority: Bylaw Three Readings By-Law No. 2015-287 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to authorize the borrowing of monies and a bank loan in the principal amount of $6,000,000.00 towards the cost of certain capital works of the City of Ottawa. details ENACTMENT OF BY-LAWS (ONE BY-LAW)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the following by-laws of the City of Ottawa be given three readings and enacted by the Finance and Economic Development Committee in accordance with its delegated authority: Bylaws Three Readings By-Law No. 2015-288 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to confirm proceedings of the Finance and Economic Development Committee, a Committee of the Council of the City of Ottawa at its meeting held on October 6, 2015. details ENACTMENT OF CONFIRMATION BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: details BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor El-Chantiry WHEREAS the Economic Development and Innovation Department has been undertaking a review of the Downtown Rideau BIA boundaries following a request from this BIA Board to consider a boundary adjustment; AND WHEREAS City staff have been consulting with Downtown Rideau BIA Board to finalize the proposed boundary maps and the properties to be included; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Downtown Rideau Business Improvement Area Boundary Adjustment Report be referred back to the Economic Development and Innovation Department for further review and consultation with the Downtown Rideau BIA Board. details DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details INCLUSION OF NATIONAL PARTNERS IN OTTAWA 2017 VISIBILITY
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the report on Brownfield Redevelopment Community Improvement Plan Update and Amendments proposes modifications to the Brownfields program; and Whereas the proposed grandparenting provisions apply where formal brownfield consultation has taken place before on or before September 29, 2015; and Whereas it is appropriate to extend the date for grandparenting for instances where complete applications are made to the day prior to the proposed adoption of the revisions to the Brownfields Policy; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 1 be deleted and replaced with the following: 1. That in respect of future applications where formal Brownfield pre-consultation has taken place on an application on or before September 29, 2015 or in stream applications deemed complete on or before October 13, 2015, such be considered on the basis of the Brownfields Policy in place on October 13, 2015. details BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN UPDATE AND AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details LEASE ASSIGNMENT - 200 ISLAND LODGE ROAD - PORTER ISLAND FACILITY INC.
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS - COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL
Yes Yes Motion To: details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor M. Taylor BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Finance and Economic Development 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 (being by-law no. 2014-441) due to the need to consider the following motion by October 31st, 2015: WHEREAS the City is required to have a Vacancy Rebate Program, as defined under Section 364 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and Ontario Regulation 325/01, which allows for property tax relief to be granted to eligible business properties owners when vacant for a minimum of 90 consecutive days; and WHEREAS on August 10th, 2015, City Council received a letter, dated July 10th, 2015, attached as “Schedule A” from Haldimand County requesting that the Minister of Finance and Minister of Municipal Affairs “review this legislation from a public policy perspective to ensure that businesses are not eligible for a reduced property tax burden if the claime details 2014 CHARITABLE AND VACANCY REBATES ANNUAL REPORT
Environment Committee
2015-10-05
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement et le Conseil municipal : 1. Entérinent le plan d’exploitation, et 2. Prennent connaissance du Rapport Annuel du système de gestion de la qualité de l’eau potable. That the Environment Committee and Council: 1. Endorse the Operational Plan, and 2. Receive the 2014 Drinking Water Quality Management System Annual Report. details 2014 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details SOLID WASTE BY-LAW AMENDMENT
No Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement recommande au Conseil d’approuver la mise sur pied d’un Programme de prévention des refoulements, conformément aux paramètres et à la stratégie de consultation décrits dans le présent rapport, et de présenter au Comité et au Conseil les détails du programme dans le T1 de 2016. That Environment Committee recommend Council approve the development of a Backflow Prevention Program in accordance with the parameters and consultation strategy described in this report, and report back to Committee and Council with program details in Q1 2016. details BACKFLOW PREVENTION PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA CENTRE ECODISTRICT SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD ACTION PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement recommande au Conseil de prendre connaissance du présent rapport. That the Environment Committee recommend Council receive this report for information. details SCHOOLYARD TREE PLANTING GRANT PROGRAM - UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details SEWER CONNECTION BY-LAW AMENDMENT - FRONTAGE CHARGES
Yes Yes Motion To: details CARLSBAD SPRINGS TRICKLE-FEED SYSTEM - FRONTAGE CHARGE
City Council
2015-09-23
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Receive the Audited financial statements of the Manotick Mill Quarter Community Development Corporation for the Year 2014 in the Annual Report in Document 1; and 2. Appoint Ernst and Young LLP as the auditor of the Manotick Mill Quarter Development Corporation for the Year 2015. details MANOTICK MILL QUARTER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1. The South Keys to Blossom Park, Bank Street Community Design Plan, outlined in Document 2; 2. Official Plan amendments, as outlined in Document 3, including the addition of the South Keys to Blossom Park, Bank Street Secondary Plan; and 3. An amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to implement the South Keys to Blossom Park, Bank Street Secondary Plan, as shown on the maps in Document 4 and as outlined in Document 5. details SOUTH KEYS TO BLOSSOM PARK, BANK STREET COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT (SECONDARY PLAN) AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MURAL ON 3 LOWREY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 - TRANSIT COMMISSION STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA LIGHT RAIL REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
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 OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT: COST-SHARING FOR PARK DEVELOPMENT OUTSIDE THE GREENBELT AND IN THE RURAL AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM FOR DEVELOPMENT-RELATED FEES FOR CHARITABLE AND NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS - 2015 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has received a request for support for a biogas facility in the rural area; WHEREAS City Council support for individual applications can help projects qualify for the Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) program; WHEREAS renewable energy projects align with Council’s 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities for Sustainable Environmental Services (Support an Environmentally Sustainable Ottawa) and Economic Prosperity (Support Growth of the Local Economy); WHEREAS the Independent Electricity Service Operator (IESO) requires individual motions of support for each project and the order in which applications are received by the IESO is considered in the approval process; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve the individual motion of support for a Biogas Facility FIT program project application listed as Appendix A. Appendix A WHEREAS capitalized terms not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to them in the FIT Rules, Version 4.0. WHEREAS Schouten Farms (the "Applicant") pro details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion to allow for the applicant to proceed under the Feed-in Tariff Program for a Hydro Electric Project. WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has received a new request for support for a hydro electric facility in the rural area, as City Council support for individual applications can help projects qualify for the program; and WHEREAS renewable energy projects align with the 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities for Sustainable Environmental Services (Support an Environmentally Sustainable Ottawa) and Economic Prosperity (Support Growth of the Local Economy); and WHEREAS the City was notified of this requirement after the September 9, 2015 Council meeting; and WHEREAS the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) requires individual motions of support for each project, and the order that applications are received by the IESO is a consideration in the approval process; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve the motion of support details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to permit the introduction of the following motion in order to have the crossing guard in place as soon as possible, as the school year has already begun. WHEREAS Devonshire Public School has re-located its students for one year while it undergoes renovations to St. Ambrose in the Civic Hospital neighbourhood; and, WHEREAS facilitating safe crossing for school children improves safety in the neighbourhood, including by encouraging parents to allow their children to walk to school rather than be driven; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council direct staff to relocate the adult school crossing guard currently at Bayswater Avenue and Laurel Street to the corner of Bayswater Avenue and Beech Street for the remainder of the 2015-2016 school year. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to meet the timeline set out in the City Manager’s employment contract and to allow for the commencement of the recruitment process as soon as possible as described in the motion below: details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on March 10th, 2004, City Council approved the hiring of Mr. Kent Kirkpatrick as City Manager; and WHEREAS Mr. Kirkpatrick has been employed in municipal public service for over 25 years and has served in this capacity as the amalgamated City of Ottawa’s longest serving City Manager and oversaw the successful initiation and/or completion of a number of significant, City-wide projects including the Confederation Line and the Lansdowne Partnership Plan, despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis early in his tenure; and WHEREAS Mr. Kirkpatrick has advised that due to his present state of health, he is unable to accept a one year extension to his existing employment contract; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council: 1. Thank Mr. Kirkpatrick for the valuable leadership and work that he has undertaken for the City of Ottawa over his more than 25 year municipal career and, in particular, his 11 year tenure as City Manager; 2. Provide Mr. Kirkpatrick with notice from the City, as set details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor E. El-Chantiry Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor S. Moffatt WHEREAS 1116 Bridge Street, known as the Holloway property, was acquired by the City of Ottawa in 2007 and; WHEREAS it was determined that there is no development potential with the Holloway property due to the steep embankment and 30 metre environmental setbacks and; WHEREAS City Council directed staff to retain the Holloway property for a future City purpose and; WHEREAS a number of community organizations have been working together to develop a Remembrance Park on the grounds of the Holloway property in conjunction with the neighbouring cenotaph; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the former Holloway Property, being described as Part of Lot 1, Concession A, Broken Front, North Gower, as In NG10893 and being approximately 1,648 square metres in size, be dedicated as parkland. details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2015-09-09
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Re: Revision to Document 3 – Details of Recommended Zoning Moved by / Motion de: Councillor J. Harder Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor C. McKenney WHEREAS Report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0104 recommends the approval of an amendment to the Zoning By-law to permit a mixed-use building including a hotel at 180 Metcalfe Street; AND WHEREAS the applicant has agreed to provide monies to the City for community benefits to address area needs and off-set the potential effect of added intensity associated with a hotel use at this location; BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve an amendment to Document 3 – Details of Recommended Zoning to require the imposition of a holding symbol for a hotel use, and that such holding symbol may only be lifted following the execution of an agreement with the owner of the property and the payment to the City of $200,000 to be put towards greenspace and recreation opportunities in the community; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34 details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 METCALFE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 4 SEPTEMBER 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details OTTAWA RURAL CLEAN WATER PROGRAM (RCWP) REVIEW AND RENEWAL
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor S. Moffatt Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor S. Blais WHEREAS Agricultural and Rural Affairs Committee amended the staff report to recommend that Council approve a street closure application for 3128 Moodie Drive; AND WHEREAS Agricultural and Rural Affairs Committee directed that staff provide conditions of approval to accompany the amended recommendation; BE IT RESOLVED that the report be amended as follows: 1. By adding to the end of the amended recommendation the words “and subject to the conditions set out in Document 3”; and, 2. By adding the attached list of standard conditions as Document 3 to the report. STANDARD CONDITIONS 1. This approval shall not be in effect until Notice of the proposed closing is given in accordance with By-law no. 2011-122 as amended and any objections resulting thereof have been considered by the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee. 2. The street or lane closure shall be undertaken by enactment of a street or lan details STREET CLOSURE - 3128 MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details STREET CLOSURE - 3128 MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT APPLICATIONS FOR 1705 OLD PRESCOTT ROAD (STANLEY SUBDIVISION)
Yes Yes Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ, TELLES QUE MODIFIÉES Que le Conseil municipal confie le mandat au personnel de : 1. Assurer que l'application est produite (iPhone, Androïd et autres plateformes compatibles) pour repérer les toilettes publiques les plus proches dans la ville d'Ottawa. L'application « où aller » aurait une interface multifonctionnelle s'apparentant à celles présentées dans le document 1 de ce rapport; 2. Rendre publiques les données pertinentes par l'entremise du « Programme de données libres » afin que la communauté des données libres produise une application et/ou; 3. Préparer, mettre à jour et publier dans un format de données libres les renseignements sur les toilettes publiques de la ville dans le cadre des caractéristiques des installations municipales afin de faciliter leur utilisation par des applications tierces et par la communauté des développeurs en général; 4. Tendre la main à la communauté du développement d''applications mobiles et l'encourage details MAKING THE LOCATION OF PUBLIC WASHROOMS WITHIN PUBLIC CITY FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO THE COMMUNITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1423 AND 1449 EARL ARMSTRONG ROAD AND 4509 AND 4515 LIMEBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor A. Hubley Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor J. Harder WHEREAS the Committee recommendation contained in Planning Committee Report 12A – Cash-in-lieu of Parkland Policy Amendments (Item 9 on the agenda) contains a typographical error that was discovered subsequent to Planning Committee approval of this item; AND WHEREAS, specifically, Recommendation 1a), as amended by Planning Committee, incorrectly refers to a “cash-in-lieu of parking” account instead of “cash-in-lieu of parkland” account. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 1a) of the report Council “Cash-in-lieu of Parkland Policy Amendments,” be amended to replace “cash-in-lieu of parking” with “cash-in-lieu of parkland, so as to read:” 1. Approve the amendments to the Cash-in lieu of Parkland Funds Policy outlined in this report and shown in Document 1, as amended by the following: a. That the following clause in the Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland Policy: [under Definition, i details CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
No No Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor J. Leiper Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor C. McKenney WHEREAS it is recognized that cash-in-lieu of parkland payments come from new developments and are considered to be a growth-related levy; and WHEREAS cash-in-lieu of parkland funds are designed to fund extra work to accommodate increased demand for facilities from new residents generated by new development projects; and WHEREAS the staff report states that cash-in-lieu of parkland funds are to be viewed as supplemental to regular budgeting and shall not be used to offset, or as a substitute for, normal yearly budgets for parks and recreation growth, repair or renewal; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 1 be amended by the following: a. That the following clause in the proposed cash-in-lieu of parkland policy under Definition, eligible project be removed: "Projects for repair, renewal and lifecycle replacement in relation to fixes recreation and park assets and the total project costs (planning, details CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by: Councillor Wilkinson Seconded by: Councillor Brockington That the Nussbaum / Fleury motion be referred to the 2016 budget process. details CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE CHAMPLAIN OIL COMPANY SERVICE STATION, 70 RICHMOND ROAD, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2016 MUNICIPAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: details PEDESTRIAN CROSSING TREATMENTS - UPDATE TO ONTARIO TRAFFIC MANUAL (OTM)
Yes Yes Motion To: details RIGHT-OF-WAY LIGHTING POLICY - UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: details CARP ROAD WIDENING (HIGHWAY 417 TO HAZELDEAN ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: details BULK CONSENT AGENDA
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALY AMENDMENTS Q3 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 7
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: details PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT 12A
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE LIPSETT HOUSE, 37 ORIOLE DRIVE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details UPDATES TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 895 EAGLESON ROAD AND PART OF 2 EMERALD MEADOWS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3323, 3341 AND 3433 NAVAN ROAD AND 6360 RENAUD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PARTS OF 90 WOODRIDGE CRESCENT AND PART OF 100 BAYSHORE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, 10 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 11 COLONEL BY DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT 7
Yes Yes Motion To: details STREETSIDE SPOTS PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENCROACHMENT WAIVER - LANGEVIN BLOCK BUILDING BOLLARDS AND PLANTERS
Yes Yes Motion To: details
Yes Yes Motion To: details MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor E. El-Chantiry Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor D. Chernushenko WHEREAS the Retail Business Holidays Act (RBHA) is Provincial legislation that requires retail businesses and business areas to remain closed on prescribed Provincial holidays unless they are exempted by the RBHA or benefit from a municipal exemption by-law allowing them to remain open on a holiday; and WHEREAS the Glebe BIA has submitted an application to the City on behalf of its retail members for exemption by-law for retail businesses in and around Lansdowne Park and the Glebe area and such application will be reviewed in accordance with the streamlined process further described in this motion; and WHEREAS the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton enacted RMOC By-law 98 of 1992, which is still in force, to establish processes for receiving and considering applications for exemption by-laws under the RBHA such as the holding of two Committee meetings in respect of an application; details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Transportation Committee
2015-09-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - PRESENTATION - DETAILED DESIGN FOR THE WIDENING AND REHABILITATION OF HIGHWAY 417 FROM MAITLAND AVENUE TO ISLAND PARK DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 21 AUGUST 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details UPTOWN RIDEAU PARKING ASSESSMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil de prendre connaissance du projet de Plan de 2016 de remplacement des véhicules et de l’équipement municipal. That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council receive the 2016 Municipal Vehicle and Equipment Capital Replacement Plan. details 2016 MUNICIPAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil : 1. D’approuver un projet pilote triennal pour le Programme de passages pour piétons, comme le précise ce rapport; 2. D’approuver que le personnel inscrive la somme de 150 000 $ dans le budget de l’entretien des enseignes qui sera examiné durant le processus du budget d’exploitation de 2016, comme l’indique ce rapport; 3. De déléguer au directeur général, Travaux publics, le pouvoir d’approuver et de modifier les critères de sélection pour les traitements des passages pour piétons, comme le décrit ce rapport. That Transportation Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve a three year pilot of the Pedestrian Crossover Program, as outlined in this report; 2. Approve that staff include $150,000 to the Sign Maintenance Budget, for consideration during the 2016 operating budget process, and as outlined in the report; 3. Delegate authority to the General Manager of the Public Works Department to approve and amend the select details PEDESTRIAN CROSSING TREATMENTS IN OTTAWA - UPDATE TO ONTARIO TRAFFIC MANUAL (OTM)
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil municipal: 1. d’approuver la Politique sur l’éclairage de la voie publique, telle qu’elle est jointe en tant que document 1 et décrite dans le présent rapport; et 2. de déléguer au directeur général du Service des travaux publics le pouvoir de modifier la Politique et les annexes qui y sont associées aux termes du présent rapport en conformité avec les décisions du Conseil. That Transportation Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the City’s Right-of-Way Lighting Policy as attached in Document 1 and as described in this report; and 2. Delegate authority to the General Manager of the Public Works Department to amend the Policy and associated appendices in accordance with Council’s decisions on this matter and as further described in this report. details RIGHT OF WAY LIGHTING POLICY - UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STREETSIDE SPOTS PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver : 1. la conception fonctionnelle pour l’élargissement du chemin Carp (entre l’autoroute 417 et le chemin Hazeldean), comme le décrivent le présent rapport et les documents à l’appui; 2. que le personnel soit chargé de remplir le rapport d’étude environnementale aux fins de consultation et d’examen final par le public, conformément au processus d’évaluation environnementale municipale de portée générale (annexe C). That the Transportation Committee recommend Council approve: 1. The Functional Design for Carp Road Widening (Highway 417 to Hazeldean Road) as described in this report and supporting documents; and 2. Direct staff to file the Environmental Study Report for final public review and comment, as per the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Process (Schedule C). details CARP ROAD WIDENING (HIGHWAY 417 TO HAZELDEAN ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ENCROACHMENT WAIVER - LANGEVIN BLOCK BUILDING BOLLARDS AND PLANTERS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-09-01
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 6 - June 29, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité de la technologie de l'information recommande au Comité des finances et du développement économique de recommander au Conseil municipal de confier le mandat au personnel de : 1. Produire une application (iPhone, Androïd et autres plateformes compatibles) pour repérer les toilettes publiques les plus proches dans la ville d'Ottawa. L'application « où aller » aurait une interface multifonctionnelle s'apparentant à celles présentées dans le document 1 de ce rapport; 2. Rendre publiques les données pertinentes par l'entremise du « Programme de données libres » afin que la communauté des données libres produise une application et/ou; 3. Préparer, mettre à jour et publier dans un format de données libres les renseignements sur les toilettes publiques de la ville dans le cadre des caractéristiques des installations municipales afin de faciliter leur utilisation par des applications tierces et par la communauté des développeurs en général; 4. Tendre la main details MAKING THE LOCATION OF PUBLIC WASHROOMS WITHIN PUBLIC CITY FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO THE COMMUNITY
Yes Yes Motion To: details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 21 AUGUST 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Recommendation 2 be amended to read as follows: That any deficit in the Constituency Services Budgets related to the cost of living award be funded from the Council Administration account, as described in this report; details 2015 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Mayor of Ottawa be directed to write to the Premier of Ontario to demand a 100 % rebate of all funds spent by the City to implement the province's SAMS Social Services System. details 2015 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique reçoive la stratégie d’approvisionnement non concurrentiel pour les services d’ingénierie préliminaire et de gestion de projet aux fins de l’étape 2 du projet de train léger d’Ottawa, comme il est expliqué dans le présent rapport. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive the non-competitive procurement strategy for Stage 2 Ottawa Light Rail Transit preliminary engineering and project management services, as outlined in this report. details STAGE 2 OTTAWA LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES CONTRACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - ACQUISITION AND SALE OF LAND AND PROPERTY - APRIL 1, 2015 TO JUNE 30, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 PROPERTY ASSESSMENT APPEALS TO THE ASSESSMENT REVIEW BOARD BY THE CITY OF OTTAWA
Yes Yes Motion To: details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - JULY AND AUGUST 2015
City Council
2015-08-26
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes No Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil : 1. approuve une modification au nouveau Plan secondaire du centre-ville visant le 180, rue Metcalfe, afin de permettre une utilisation d’hôtel au-dessus du deuxième étage; 2. approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 en vue d’attribuer au 180, rue Metcalfe un zonage permettant la présence d’un immeuble polyvalent de 27 étages intégré à l’édifice historique situé sur la propriété. MOTION NO 15/10 Motion de la conseiller C. McKenney Appuyée par le conseiller J. Harder Que le point intitulé « Modifications au Plan officiel et au Règlement de zonage – 180, rue Metcalfe » (point 11 à l’ordre du jour) soit reporté à la réunion du Conseil du 26 août 2015; Que les règlements qui s’y rattachent indiqués à l’ordre du jour aux lettres r) et s) soient aussi reportés à la réunion du Conseil du 26 août 2015. REPORT ADOPTÉ COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council: 1. Approve an amendment to the new Centreto details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 METCALFE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That this item titled Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment – 180 Metcalfe Street be deferred. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 METCALFE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTALLATION OF STOP SIGNS ON COLONIAL ROAD AT SARSFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA ANNUAL ACTION REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMUNITY GARDEN UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STRATEGIC INITIATIVE NO. 38 - TEN YEAR HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve that the Partnership Program for Major Festivals, Fairs and Special Events be administered as two separate funding streams, one for major agricultural fairs and the other for major arts and cultural festivals, with eligibility, selection and reporting requirements as outlined in this report. details PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM FOR MAJOR FESTIVALS, FAIRS AND SPECIAL EVENTS REVISIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0093 recommends Council approve an Official Plan Amendment and an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to permit a high-rise building at the properties 538, 544 and 560 Rideau Street; and AND WHEREAS Planning Committee directed staff to work with the applicant to include additional step backs that respect the policy set out in the Official Plan, and bring an amendment to this effect with the report to Council; and AND WHEREAS staff have discussed with the applicant and agreed to amend the proposed height and setback schedule to include a two-metre step back requirement above the sixth storey of the building spanning the entire frontage of the property; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve an amendment to replace Document 4 of the report with the following schedule; and 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 - 538, 544, 560 RIDEAU STREET AND 501 BESSERER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 538, 544, 560 RIDEAU STREET AND 501 BESSERER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY LAW AMENDMENT - STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET (NEIL AVENUE TO BELL STREET) - VARIOUS ADDRESSES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CITY WORKS BUILDING, 7 BAYVIEW ROAD, A PROPERTY PROTECTED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - BRIAN PARSONS PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 22 PERKINS STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2405 MER BLEUE ROAD AND 2496 TENTH LINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion to allow for the applicant to proceed under the Large Renewable Procurement Program. WHEREAS the Large Renewable Procurement (LRP) is a competitive process for procuring large renewable energy projects generally larger than 500 kilowatts; WHEREAS the LRP is an important component of Ontario’s ongoing commitment to building a cleaner and more sustainable energy system, and represents a key step in the Province’s 2025 target for renewable energy to comprise about half of Ontario's installed capacity; WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has received a request for support for a project located at 5281 Piperville Road (PIN # 043470381) to construct and operate a non-rooftop solar photovoltaic facility with an estimated capacity of 25 megawatts (MW); WHEREAS the proposal submission deadline will end on September 1st, 2015 for large renewable energy projects larger than 500 kilowatts; WHEREAS the City was notified of this requirement af 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 to allow for the applicant to enter into a Municipal Agreement under the Large Renewable Procurement Program. WHEREAS the Large Renewable Procurement (LRP) is a competitive process for procuring large renewable energy projects generally larger than 500 kilowatts; WHEREAS the LRP is an important component of Ontario’s ongoing commitment to building a cleaner and more sustainable energy system, and represents a key step in the Province’s 2025 target for renewable energy to comprise about half of Ontario's installed capacity; WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has received a request for support for a project located at 5281 Piperville Road (PIN # 043470381) to construct and operate a non-rooftop solar photovoltaic facility with an estimated capacity of 25 megawatts (MW); WHEREAS the proposal submission deadline will end on September 1st, 2015 for large renewable energy projects larger than 500 kilowatts; WHEREAS the City was notifi details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council at its meeting of July 8, 2015, approved Motion No. 15/12, expressing support for the construction of Rooftop Solar Projects in the City of Ottawa; WHEREAS subsequent to Council’s approval of Motion No. 15/12 staff learned that the wording of the original motion did not fully conform to the Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO) required format; WHEREAS the Province’s deadline for receipt of the FIT applications for rooftop solar projects is September 30, 2015; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following revised Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Rooftop Blanket motion as required by the IESO. Appendix A WHEREAS capitalized terms not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to them in the FIT Rules, Version 4.0; WHEREAS the Province’s Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program encourages the construction and operation of rooftop solar generation projects (“Rooftop Solar Projects”); WHEREAS one or more Projects may be constructed and opera details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council at its meeting of July 8, 2015, approved Motion No. 15/13, expressing support for the construction of Ground-mounted solar projects in the City of Ottawa; WHEREAS subsequent to Council’s approval of Motion No. 15/13 staff learned that the wording of the original motion did not fully conform to the Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO) required format; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following revised Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Ground Mounted Motion as required by the IESO; WHEREAS on September 30th, 2015 the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) will open the application window for green energy projects between 10 kW and 500 kW under the provincial Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) Program; WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has received a number of requests for support for individual projects across the rural area and City Council support for individual applications can help projects qualify for the program; WHEREAS renewable energy p details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the deadline for Energy Ottawa to submit a proposal to the Independent Electricity System Operator’s (“IESO”) Large Renewable Procurement Request for Proposals (“LRP/RFP”) for the development of a solar energy park near the Trail Road Waste Facility and adjacent land on Moodie Drive is September 1st, 2015; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council suspend the Rules of Procedure to consider the following motion: WHEREAS Council on April 15, 2015 declared surplus to the City’s needs two parcels of land on Moodie Drive and authorized the City Manager to negotiate, finalize and execute a lease agreement for a period of twenty (20) years, having an approximate annual revenue to the City of $125,000 plus HST, to Energy Ottawa Limited as more particularly set out in Report ACS 2015-PAI-REP-0003; and WHEREAS Council on June 24, 2015 in receiving the Annual Report for Hydro Ottawa for the Year 2014 (ACS 2015-HOH-0001) approved the IESO’s ‘Prescribed Template – Municipal Council Sup details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council at its meeting of July 8, 2015, approved Motion No. 15/18, expressing continued support for Suppliers to achieve Notice to Proceed under their FIT Contracts; WHEREAS subsequent to Council’s approval of Motion No. 15/18 staff learned that the wording of the original motion did not fully conform to Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO) required format; WHEREAS, the proponent would like to proceed with construction immediately to take advantage of this construction season; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following revised Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Notice to Proceed motion as required by the IESO. Appendix A WHEREAS capitalized terms not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to them in the FIT Contract, Version 3.1; WHEREAS the Province's FIT Program encourages the construction and operation of roof top solar PV generation projects (the "Projects"); and WHEREAS one or more Projects may be subject to FIT Contracts and may b details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-08-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 6 - 11 June 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 31 JULY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de refuser la demande visant à modifier la propriété située au 122, avenue Daly, selon les plans soumis par Robertson Martin Architects le 4 juin 2015. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 2 septembre 2015.) (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 that Planning Committee recommend that Council refuse the application to alter 122 Daly Avenue, according to the plans submitted by Robertson Martin Architects on June 4, 2015. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on Sept details APPLICATION TO ALTER 122 DALY AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE SANDY HILL WEST 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 de publier un avis d’intention de désigner la propriété située au 70, chemin Richmond, aux termes 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 faisant l’objet du document 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate 70 Richmond Road under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF THE CHAMPLAIN OIL COMPANY SERVICE STATION, 70 RICHMOND ROAD, 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 de publier un avis d’intention de désigner la maison Lipsett, située au 37, promenade Oriole, aux termes 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 faisant l’objet du document 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the Lipsett House, 37 Oriole Drive under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF THE LIPSETT HOUSE, 37 ORIOLE DRIVE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DESIGNATION OF THE LIPSETT HOUSE, 37 ORIOLE DRIVE, 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 d’ajouter les propriétés énumérées dans le document 1 au Registre du patrimoine de la Ville d’Ottawa. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend Council add the properties listed in Document 1 to the City of Ottawa Heritage Register. details UPDATES TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details UPDATES TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the Application to Alter the City Works Building, 7 Bayview Road, according to plans submitted by Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Inc. on July 28, 2015; 2. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance; and 3. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on October 26, 2015.) (Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a building permit.) details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CITY WORKS BUILDING, 7 BAYVIEW ROAD, A PROPERTY PROTECTED 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 replace the terra cotta panels on the ground floor of the Transportation Building, 10 Rideau Street, according to plans submitted by Barry Padolsky Associates Inc. on June 19, 2015 subject to the following conditions: • The terra cotta panels on the six exposed ground floor piers at the corner of Colonel By Drive and Rideau Street be replaced with Indiana limestone with appropriate vertical tooling on the street face. • The terra cotta on all remaining piers (two piers east on Rideau Street and seven piers south on Colonel By Drive) be repaired or replaced in kind. 2. Approve the application to change the canopy material from glass to porcelain. 3. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from date of issuance. 4. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department. (Note: The statutory 90-day tim details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, 10 RIDEAU STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2015-07-08
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 3 JULY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 5341 BOUNDARY ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TWO YEAR PROGRAM TO OFFSET COSTS FOR PRIVATE SEPTIC SYSTEMS WHICH REQUIRE INSPECTION DUE TO SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PLANS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ELECTRONIC MESSAGE CENTRE AS PART OF THE GROUND SIGN AT 6107 PERTH STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the planning and construction of the O-Train’s Confederation Light Rail Transit Project Phase 1 is currently underway ; and WHEREAS tens of thousands of residents are expected to travel daily on LRT throughout the city, thereby reducing congestion; and WHEREAS Bayview Station and Hurdman Station are the two key transfer points on the new Confederation Line; and WHEREAS public washroom facilities have been shown to increase activity and advance equitable participation in society for all demographic groups; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council approve that Strategic Initiative 4 – Completion of the O-Train’s Confederation Light Rail Transit Projects (p. 19 of Appendix A) be amended to include the planning and construction of accessible, integrated public washrooms within the fare-gated areas of the Bayview and Hurdman stations, to be funded from the LRT project contingency budget or another budget source as recommended by staff; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT staff be directe details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, at its meeting of June 9, 2015, Planning Committee approved the recommendation that Strategic Initiative 39- Neighbourhood Revitalization and Redevelopment Program be a Term of Council priority, with the goal of improving the health, vibrancy and livability of low-income neighbourhoods in the City of Ottawa; and WHEREAS the Strategic Initiative identified that this program would identify one neighbourhood to act as a pilot based on specific criteria which was expected to include opportunities for public/private partnerships, redevelopment of vacant lands and the potential to increase land values through zoning; and WHEREAS, following a presentation by the Ward Councillor, Planning Committee further recommended that the Albion-Heatherington community be selected as the site for the pilot program, as it met all of the criteria and was ready to move forward; and WHEREAS, subsequent to the Planning Committee meeting, Members of Council have asked what other communities might also meet the details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the motion from Councillors Harder and Tierney on Strategic Initiative 39 be amended by adding the following: That a Sponsorship Group of City Councillors, in addition to the Chair and Vice-Chair of Planning, be established to work with City Staff on the Study under the Building Better Revitalized Neighbourhood Planning Framework for Strategic Initiative 39 and that the Clerk canvass City Councillors on their interest and reasons for agreeing to serve on this group. details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council approved a motion in March 2011 to direct any future excess amounts from the City of Ottawa Sinking Fund to the Environmental Acquisition Reserve Fund; and WHEREAS Council approved an updated Urban Natural Features Strategy in September 2013; and WHEREAS the Strategy identified seven sites for partial acquisition through the development review process and three sites - UNA 193 (Shea Road Woods), UNA 95 (Nantes Woods), and UNA 100 (Armstrong Road South) - for potential acquisition by the City with funding to be considered as part of the 2015-2018 Term of Council Priority-setting exercise; and WHEREAS a portion of UNA 100 – Armstrong Road South has since been acquired following Council approval of the updated Strategy; and WHEREAS the acquisition of these three sites as a Term of Council priority was not brought forward by staff due to insufficient funds being available within the Strategic Initiative envelope; and WHEREAS the acquisition of all of the features remains desirable details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
No No Motion To: 7. Section 7 – Community and Protective Services Committee: a. Strategic Initiative 35 - Parks and Recreation Facility Upgrades: That the following parameters be approved to direct staff in the prioritization of project funding under this strategic initiative: iv. Do not exceed $400,000 in total costs; and details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Strategic Priority TM4 Improve safety for all road users (PW/TRC) - 14 Winter Improvements for Cyclists identifies $200K per year for the 2015-2018 Term of Council for winter cycling maintenance; and, WHEREAS the winter maintenance improvements are identified for a 40 km winter cycling network, as approved in the 2013 Cycling and Pedestrian Plans; and, WHEREAS the Rideau River multi-use crossing between Somerset Street East in Sandy Hill and Donald Street in Overbrook is currently under construction and will be completed by 2016; and, WHEREAS the Rideau River multi-use crossing is part of a wider network of pedestrian and cycling infrastructure that connects the east to downtown Ottawa, via the winter maintained Corkstown Bridge; and, WHEREAS the Rideau River multi-use crossing is not identified for winter maintenance in the 2013 Cycling and Pedestrian Plans; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, when substantially complete, the Rideau River multi-use crossing be included as part of the id details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: 7. Section 7 – Community and Protective Services Committee: a. Strategic Initiative 35 - Parks and Recreation Facility Upgrades: That the following parameters be approved to direct staff in the prioritization of project funding under this strategic initiative: iv. Do not exceed $400,000 in total costs; and details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WARD BOUNDARY REVIEW - INFORMATION AND OPTIONS (2015)
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That City Council adopt the changes to the City’s Budget Consultation process as outlined in this report, including, with three-quarters vote at both Committee and Council, the following: 1. That the formal budget consultation period occur prior to the tabling of the Draft Operating and Capital Budgets; and 2. That the four staff-led multi-ward consultation sessions be eliminated and replaced by Councillor-led consultation sessions. details BUDGET CONSULTATION PROCESS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Confederation Line West Extension Environmental Assessment (EA) identifies two recommended sites for vehicle storage and maintenance requirements for the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project; and WHEREAS one site is planned to be located at an expanded Belfast Maintenance and Storage Facility (MSF), and the other at a Woodroffe site east of Woodroffe Avenue and north of Hunt Club Road; and WHEREAS the total additional area ?to meet the expanded rail system’s opening day requirements as well as its ultimate capacity may be achieved by either one of the two sites, or a smaller component of each site in combination; and WHEREAS, depending on the final procurement model selected for the Stage 2 Project, the size, layout and timing of any potential maintenance or storage facility at the Woodroffe site is expected to be primarily determined by a private sector maintenance provider; and WHEREAS the design of the rail link to any potential maintenance or storage facility at the Woodro details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council’s next review and update of the Official Plan (OP), Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and Infrastructure Master Plan (IMP) will extend the City’s planning horizon beyond 2031; and WHEREAS the affordability model established within the 2011 LRFP for Transit, which established priority projects for each phase of the 2013 TMP, will be updated as a matter of course in coordination with these updates; and WHEREAS there is no rapid transit connection for Riverside South to Barrhaven planned within the affordable envelope to 2031; and WHEREAS the 2013 TMP identified an Affordable Rapid Transit and Transit Priority (RTTP) Network that included the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, as well as a number of (at-grade and grade-separated) bus rapid transit (BRT) extensions; namely, the West Transitway (from Bayshore Station to west of Moodie Drive, and a second extension from March Road to Terry Fox Station), the Baseline Transit Corridor (from Baseline to Heron stations), and the details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motions. details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AMENDMENT OR MODIFICATION TO DEVELOPMENT CHARGE BY-LAW - VILLAGE OF RICHMOND
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DESIGNATION OF THE MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING, 180 METCALFE STREET UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item titled “Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment – 180 Metcalfe Street” (Item 11 of the agenda) be deferred to the Council meeting of August 26, 2015; and That the associated by-laws noted on the agenda at (r) and (s) also be deferred to the Council meeting of August 26, 2015. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 METCALFE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details VILLAGE OF RICHMOND - AREA SPECIFIC SANITARY SEWER DEVELOPMENT CHARGE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WEST TRANSITWAY EXTENSION - AT GRADE CROSSING AT MOODIE DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SPEED REDUCTION ON BLAIR ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - DOUG RIVINGTON PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4845 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1121 STAGECOACH ROAD AND PART OF 1000 VISTA BARRETT PRIVATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1848 UPPER DWYER HILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1175 MANOTICK STATION ROAD AND 6247 PEBBLEWOODS DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2864 DIAMONDVIEW ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTITUTIONS DESIGNATED AS ELIGIBLE FOR A 2015 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 2014 REPORT ON FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INTEGRATED STREET FURNITURE PROGRAM - DESIGN GUIDELINES AND REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS STRATEGY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARE SURPLUS AND TRANSFER 788 MARCH ROAD, 25 KHYMER COURT AND 1045 GREENBANK ROAD TO OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OCLDC) FOR FUTURE DISPOSAL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION 220 SANDRIDGE ROAD, 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 APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 285 ACACIA AVENUE, 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 ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3718 GREENBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1314 KLONDIKE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 5786 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details THIRD PARTY INFRASTRUCTURE AGREEMENT FOR THE DETAILED DESIGN, TENDER AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE 300 MILLIMETRE DIAMETER WATERMAIN ALONG MAPLE GROVE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DELEGATED AUTHORITY FOR APPLICATIONS UNDER THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MURAL ON 569 GUY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STAY SAFE STAY BACK DECALS ON CITY VEHICLES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion to allow for the applicant to proceed with construction this summer. WHEREAS an applicant under the Feed-in Tariff program (FIT) informed city staff of this requirement on June 25, 2015; and WHEREAS the Province's FIT Program encourages the construction and operation of roof top solar PV generation projects (the "Projects"); and WHEREAS one or more Projects may be subject to FIT Contracts and may be constructed and operated in the City of Ottawa ("Local Municipality"); and WHEREAS in accordance with the FIT Rules, Version 3.0, the Council of the Local Municipality ("Council") had previously indicated, by a resolution, its support for Projects in the Local Municipality (the "Prior Resolution"); and WHEREAS Council now indicates, by a resolution dated no earlier than June 10, 2015, Council's continued support for the construction and operation of the Projects anywhere in the Local Municipality (the "New Resolution"); and WHERE details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to permit the introduction of the following motion, as the temporary waiver for the sign in question expires before the next meeting of Council. WHEREAS a sign in the shape of a cow (the “sign”) has been in place on the roof of the commercial business located on the premises at 900 Watters Road, Unit 5, on and off since the business first occupied the premises in 2005; and WHEREAS roof signs are not permitted by the Permanent Signs on Private Property By-law 2005-439, as amended (By-law 2005-439); and WHEREAS a temporary waiver to By-law 2005-439 was granted by Council for the sign on July 13, 2011, subject to certain conditions and expiring July 13, 2015; and WHEREAS the business owner has indicated that the sign is an important means of advertising and facilitates wayfinding for the cheese shop business located on the premises; and WHEREAS the sign has the support of members of the community and there have been no complaints recorded as to its presenc details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS many concerns are raised by residents when blasting activities are underway; and WHEREAS the former City of Kanata had a bylaw on blasting to inform residents on issues relating to blasting activities, and this worked well to reduce the tension between residents and those undertaking construction; and WHEREAS, during discussions with staff regarding how best to address residents’ concerns, it was suggested that having a blasting by-law could be useful for both staff and residents; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to develop a proposed by-law on blasting issues for consideration by the appropriate Standing Committee and Council by the end of Q4, 2015. details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Transportation Committee
2015-06-30
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details Minutes 5 - 3 June 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council has identified the implementation of Complete Streets as a priority within the Transportation Master Plan; and WHEREAS Council has directed staff to undertake Complete Street Assessments on roads within the Transportation Master Plan; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities Strategic Initiatives SI 6 – Transportation Master Plan Phase 1 Road Projects (2015-18) be amended to read “progress in completing all road network improvement projects, including the implementation of complete streets, identified in Phase 1 of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP)”. details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Absent Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Absent Yes Motion To: details STAY SAFE STAY BACK DECALS ON CITY VEHICLES
Absent Yes Motion To: details HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT REVIEW - IMPACTS OF BILL 31 ON ROAD SAFETY IN OTTAWA
Absent Yes Motion To: details WEST TRANSITWAY EXTENSION - AT GRADE CROSSING AT MOODIE DRIVE
Absent Yes Motion To: details SPEED REDUCTION ON BLAIR ROAD
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-06-29
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 5 - June 2, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Absent Yes Motion To: details WARD BOUNDARY REVIEW - INFORMATION AND OPTIONS (2015)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTITUTIONS DESIGNATED AS ELIGIBLE FOR A 2015 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 BUDGET CONSULTATION PROCESS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 REPORT ON FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INTEGRATED STREET FURNITURE PROGRAM - DESIGN GUIDELINES AND REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS STRATEGY
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in order to maximize federal and provincial funding and to benefit from economies of scale the Trillium Line Extension is bundled with the Confederation Line extensions as the Stage 2 LRT Project;? AND WHEREAS the Trillium line is a distinct rail line from the Confederation Line with different technology and vehicles; AND WHEREAS in a P3 procurement proponents can be incented in the procurement documentation to drive to achieve prescribed outcomes; AND WHEREAS achieving early revenue service for a section or any of the three full Stage 2 extensions would advance the benefits of Light Rail to southern communities as well as mitigate mobility and transit service impacts during construction; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Stage 2 Office staff be directed to explore structuring the Stage 2 LRT Project procurement documents to incent achieving Trillium Line revenue service sooner than the estimated 2023 timeline details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN REPORT
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council’s next review and update of the Official Plan (OP), Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and Infrastructure Master Plan (IMP) will extend the City’s planning horizon beyond 2031; and, WHEREAS the affordability model established within the 2011 LRFP for Transit which establish priority projects for each phase of 2013 TMP will be updated as a matter of course in coordination with these updates; and, WHEREAS there are no light rail transit (LRT) projects west of Bayshore planned within the affordable envelope to 2031; and WHEREAS the 2013 TMP identified an Affordable Rapid Transit and Transit Priority (RTTP) Network that included the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) project as well as a number of (at-grade and grade-separated) bus rapid transit (BRT) extensions; namely, the West Transitway (from Bayshore Station to west of Moodie Drive, and a second extension from March Road to Terry Fox Station), the Baseline Transit Corridor (from Baseline to Heron stations), and the Kanata North details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN REPORT
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council’s next review and update of the Official Plan (OP), Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and Infrastructure Master Plan (IMP) will extend the City’s planning horizon beyond 2031; and, WHEREAS the affordability model established within the 2011 LRFP for Transit which establish priority projects for each phase of 2013 TMP will be updated as a matter of course in coordination with these updates; and, WHEREAS there are no light rail transit (LRT) projects west of Bayshore planned within the affordable envelope to 2031; and WHEREAS the 2013 TMP identified an Affordable Rapid Transit and Transit Priority (RTTP) Network that included the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) project as well as a number of (at-grade and grade-separated) bus rapid transit (BRT) extensions; namely, the West Transitway (from Bayshore Station to west of Moodie Drive, and a second extension from March Road to Terry Fox Station), the Baseline Transit Corridor (from Baseline to Heron stations), and the Kanata North details STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARE SURPLUS AND TRANSFER 788 MARCH ROAD, 25 KHYMER COURT AND 1045 GREENBANK ROAD TO OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OCLDC) FOR FUTURE DISPOSAL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO EXPROPRIATE LANDS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INVEST OTTAWA MISSION TO QUEEN'S PARK - MAY 26, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - JUNE 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RIVERSIDE SOUTH RECREATION COMPLEX - PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (P3) FEASIBILITY REVIEW
City Council
2015-06-24
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and considered. details MOTION NO. 14/1
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and considered. details Moved by Councillor D. Chernushenko
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and considered. details Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and considered. details That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled 'Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. - 2014 Annual Report'; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Receive the Audited Consolidated Financial Statements of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. for the Year 2014 as set out in the Annual Report at Document 1 (issued separately and held on file with the City Clerk); 2. Appoint Ernst and Young LLP as the auditor for Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. for the Year 2015; 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 3 to serve as members of the Board of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. for the corresponding terms as specified; 4. Approve the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) ‘Prescribed Template – Municipal Council Support Resolution’ at Document 6 to demonstrate its support for the development, construction and operation of the Trail Road Solar Park Project and proposed Connection Line on the Lands; and 5. Authorize the Mayor and the City Clerk to sign a written resolution on beha details HYDRO OTTAWA HOLDING INC. - 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
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: That the item be Carried on consent. details FRAUD AND OTHER SIMILAR IRREGULARITIES POLICY - AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION MORTGAGE REFINANCING
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan aims to reduce chronic homelessness through the Housing First model; and WHEREAS the cost of managing emergency shelters in the City of Ottawa goes beyond the funding cap provided by the Province of Ontario to the City of Ottawa; and WHEREAS the cost overrun of emergency shelter services results in an annual funding pressure on the City of Ottawa; of about $1.5 Million in 2014; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa should be encouraging staff and the sector to increase affordable housing units with supports as required to reduce the number of emergency shelter beds required; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council direct staff to work with a Council Members’ Sponsors Group, prior to the end of Q3 2015, on identifying the issues the City faces in making progress towards reducing and ultimately eliminating the $1.5 million provincial funding shortfall for emergency shelter services over the short, medium and long-term to support e details TEN YEAR HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS PLAN - 2014 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details TEN YEAR HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS PLAN - 2014 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in April 2015, Ontario’s Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing announced the launch of public consultations to support a mid-point review of the Long Term Affordable Housing Strategy; and, WHEREAS the City of Ottawa was asked to provide comments on the review by July 3rd, 2015, which were presented to the Community and Protective Services Committee on June 18th, 2015; and, WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s submission should more clearly identify gaps in the City of Ottawa’s housing needs; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa’s # 4 recommendation submission to the Ontario’s Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing should be amended to include that: Priority funding be given to evidence based housing initiatives to address the needs of people with drug and/or alcohol addictions, with an aim to coordinate provincial funding streams in the Health and Social Services Ministries and/or other applicable ministries, to reduce system pressures, specifically at emergency she details SUBMISSION ON THE REVIEW OF ONTARIO'S LONG-TERM AFFORDABLE HOUSING STRATEGY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details SUBMISSION ON THE REVIEW OF ONTARIO'S LONG-TERM AFFORDABLE HOUSING STRATEGY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES 2015 STATION LOCATION STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BY-LAW REVIEW STRATEGY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PROGRESS OF THE SANDY HILL TOWN AND GOWN COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve amendments to section 12 of the Residential Protective Plumbing By-law (By-law 2005-209) to require that applicants obtain a minimum of three quotes as outlined in this report. details RESIDENTIAL PROTECTIVE PLUMBING PROGRAM - ADMINISTRATIVE AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details GREEN BIN PROGRAM IN OTTAWA SCHOOLS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS minor errors to the report for Phase II of Low-rise Infill Housing Study (ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0039) have been identified that require correction, including minor wording and other corrections to the report and Document 1; and WHEREAS at the Planning Committee meeting of May 26, 2015, staff were directed to review the public submissions either made at Committee or submitted to Committee, as well as motions submitted by Councillors, and report to Council by way of a memorandum that indicates which submissions and motions staff can recommend for adoption and which submissions and motions staff do not recommend for adoption, with a rationale, with the memorandum submitted to Council for its first meeting of June 24, 2015; and WHEREAS staff have undertaken the review as directed by Planning Committee and recommends that Council approve the changes set out in this motion; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve minor wording and other modifications to Report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0039 and Documen details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PHASE II OF LOW-RISE INFILL HOUSING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS members of the public have raised concerns about Infill 2 Zoning corner lot severances requiring minor variances to remove distinctive trees, especially in the Trend-Arlington area that could have negative impacts on the White Pine forest that is considered to define the character of the neighbourhood; AND WHEREAS the City’s Urban Tree Conservation By-law includes provisions protecting Distinctive Trees by requiring that a permit be obtained from the City to remove Distinctive Trees (defined under the by-law as trees 50 centimetres in diameter or greater) from properties less than 1 hectare in size; AND WHEREAS the Official Plan provides policy direction for protecting and increasing tree cover through the development application review process, which includes applications to the committee of adjustment; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct the City’s Committee of Adjustment Planners to consider the negative impacts of corner lot severances where variances are sought to remo details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PHASE II OF LOW-RISE INFILL HOUSING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Phase II of the Low-rise Infill Housing study seeks to ensure proper integration of infill housing, including the use “Low-rise Apartment Building”; and WHEREAS the R4 M, P, S and T subzones allow for additional height to accommodate low rise apartment buildings; and WHEREAS staff have committed to undertake a review of the R4 zone; and WHEREAS Phase II of low-rise infill housing study does not address the manner through which to properly address added density that may result from land consolidation; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff evaluate the effects of added density within R4 zones and how to properly integrate the use low-rise apartment building in the R4 M, P, S and T subzones. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PHASE II OF LOW-RISE INFILL HOUSING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Planning Committee at its meeting of May 26, 2015 heard from public delegations dealing with Report Ref. ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0039 on Phase 2 of the Infill Study (Infill 2); WHEREAS, the Planning Committee deferred Council consideration of the report to June 24, 2015; AND WHEREAS, the amending by-law will be adopted at the subsequent Council of July 8, 2015; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that the transitional dates in the by-law for Phase 2 of the Infill Study be based upon an enactment date of July 8, 2015. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PHASE II OF LOW-RISE INFILL HOUSING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PHASE II OF LOW-RISE INFILL HOUSING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 HUNTMAR DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details HABITAT FOR HUMANITY DEFERRAL OF DEVELOPMENT CHARGES FOR 979 EVE STREET, 1277 COUSINEAU STREET & 1279 COUSINEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - PERCY TAVERNER PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - GEORGE WATSON GAZEBO
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - KEMP WOODLAND
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR IN-HOUSE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION - EXTERNAL AUDIT RESULTS 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2014 AND Q1 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1401 HENRI LAUZON STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - TRANSIT CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and adopted as amended. details MOTION NO. 14/8
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and adopted as amended. details Moved by Councillor D. Chernushenko
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc, entitled “Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. – 2014 Annual Report”; Audit Committee Report 4; Community and Protective Services Committee Report 5; Environment Committee Report 4; Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 5A; Planning Committee Reports 8A and 9; and Transit Commission Report 4 be received and adopted as amended. details Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a committee of local residents, spearheaded by the Carp BIA, was founded in 2011 to construct a West Carleton War Memorial to honour the men and women of the West Carleton area who have died for their country; and WHEREAS the West Carleton War Memorial Committee has identified the site for the West Carleton War Memorial to be the City-owned property at the junction of Donald B. Munro Drive and Falldown Lane, subject to the approval of a road closure application and park dedication; and WHEREAS Public Works has determined that this space is not required for their operational needs and on April 29, 2015, City Council formally consented to the use of this site for the West Carleton War Memorial; and WHEREAS the City has supported this project through the Rural Community Building Grant Program; and WHEREAS the West Carleton War Memorial Committee has a scheduled completion and commemoration date for Remembrance Day, November 11th, 2015; and WHEREAS a road closure application is required in details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in 2010 City Council approved the Ottawa River Action Plan (ORAP) consisting of 17 projects aimed at protecting the health of the Ottawa River; and WHEREAS the largest ORAP project is the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel (CSST) which will help reduce the number of combined sewer overflows, improve the water quality of the Ottawa River and fully comply with provincial regulations; and WHEREAS the total project cost for the CSST is $232.2 million; and WHEREAS City Council approved funding for the CSST through the budget process; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa sought federal and provincial funding for the CSST; and WHEREAS on April 7, 2015 the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario announced funding for the City to proceed with the construction and commissioning of the CSST; and WHEREAS the City is working closely with our federal and provincial counterparts, as well as other interested stakeholders, to finalize all necessary approvals; and WHEREAS the construction of the CSST will details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Council of the City of Ottawa passed a resolution in 1905 regarding approval of the placement of Henry Harper Memorial within the boulevard on the north side of Wellington Street facing the head of Metcalfe Street; and WHEREAS the Henry Harper Memorial has stood in this place since November 1905; and WHEREAS the Department of Canadian Heritage has inquired about the ability to place temporary interpretative signage to provide additional information in respect of the Henry Harper Memorial; and WHEREAS such signage would be placed within the City of Ottawa right-of-way at that location; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the General Manager, Public Works and Services, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor be delegated the authority to enter into an agreement with the Department of Canadian Heritage to permit the placement of temporary signage within the City’s right-of-way, without the requirement of a fee, from July 1, 2015 until October 31, 2015. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Nepean Council on July 11, 1985 passed a by-law (By-law 127-85) prohibiting train whistling at Greenbank Road crossing at Mileage 5.10; and WHEREAS the City, during the construction of the widening of Greenbank Road as part of the grade separation project, has been required to construct a temporary road detour grade crossing at Mileage 5.07 (Temporary Road Detour) of the Smiths Falls Subdivision railway line; and WHEREAS on March 31, 2015, the Temporary Road Detour was opened to rail and road traffic and VIA Rail Canada Inc. recommenced train whistling in that area due to the shift of the Greenbank Road crossing from Mileage 5.10 to Mileage 5.07; and WHEREAS given the disturbance to area residents caused by the train whistling in this area, VIA Rail Canada Inc. is willing to follow the Transport Canada process and the City desires to have train whistling cease at the Temporary Road Detour on Greenbank Road until the Temporary Road Detour is no longer in use and the new grade separat details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
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 MOTION NO. 14/13
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 Moved by Councillor D. Chernushenko
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 Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
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 That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Three Readings, be read and passed.
Absent Yes Motion To: That the proceedings of the City Council meeting of 24 June 2015 be adjourned. details Councillor adjourned the meeting at 12:20 p.m.
Environment Committee
2015-06-16
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 3, of the Environment Committee meeting of Tuesday, 19 May 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS - 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 9 JUNE 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2014 AND Q1 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND INVESTMENT STRATEGY
Absent Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council is committed to Ottawa’s environmental sustainability; and WHEREAS Council has identified the importance of a renewed Urban Forest Management Strategy and directed staff to complete the development of this strategy; and WHEREAS funding was included in the 2015 Capital budget adopted by Council to fund the completion of a renewed Urban Forest Management Strategy; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Urban Forest Management Strategy be included as a strategic inititiative in the 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities under objective ES1-Supportive and environmentally sustainable Ottawa with the associated performance measure of completing the development of the Forest Management Strategy in 2016. details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR IN-HOUSE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION - EXTERNAL AUDIT RESULTS 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: details RESIDENTIAL PROTECTIVE PLUMBING PROGRAM - ADMINISTRATIVE AMENDMENTS
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-06-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 5 - 14 May 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING, 180 METCALFE STREET 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 de déléguer au directeur d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance, en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, le pouvoir d’autoriser les catégories de demande de modification exposées en détail dans le document 1. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council delegate authority under the Ontario Heritage Act for the classes of alterations detailed in Document 1 to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department. details DELEGATED AUTHORITY FOR APPLICATIONS UNDER THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION 220 SANDRIDGE ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK 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 du bâtiment situé au 285, avenue Acacia soumis le 6 mai 2015; 2. D’approuver la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 285, avenue Acacia, conformément aux plans de Doug Hardie, architecte, soumis le 6 mai 2015; 3. D’approuver l’architecture paysagiste du nouveau bâtiment construit au 285, avenue Acacia, conformément aux plans de Sharanne Paquette, conceptrice paysagiste, soumis le 6 mai 2015; 4. De déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’effectuer des modifications conceptuelles mineures; 5. De délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine, qui expirera deux ans après sa 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 4 août 2015.) (Nota : details APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 285 ACACIA AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2015-06-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS 1. That the 2014-2015 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Annual Report attached at Document 1 be received; 2.That the Audited Financial Statements of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for the year 2014 attached at Document 2 be received; 3. That the update on the 2012-2015 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Strategic Plan, as set out in this report, be received; 4. That the Shareholder confirm the election of Councillor Fleury to the position of Chair of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation for the year 2015 and set out in Document 3; 5. That Ms. Sarah Kambites be reappointed to the Board of Directors as a Community member for a term of two (2) years expiring at the AGM in 2017 and set out in Document 3; 6. That Mr. Anthony Pizarro be reappointed to the Board of Directors as a Community member for a term of one (1) year expiring at the AGM in 2016 and set out in Document 3; 7. That Ms. Nicole St-Louis and Ms. Cathy Jordan be appointed to the Bo details OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INSTALLATION OF STOP SIGNS ON POLLOCK ROAD AT MCCORDICK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the draft 2014 City of Ottawa Consolidated Financial statements. details 2014 CITY OF OTTAWA CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 4401 FALLOWFIELD ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0064 recommends various zoning by-law amendments for local commercial uses in residential neighbourhoods; and WHEREAS Planning Committee recommended approval of the proposed zoning by-law amendments; and WHEREAS the Heron Park Community Association objects to the proposed amendments as it relates to 1046 and 1052 Brookfield Road; and WHEREAS the neighbourhood is served by commercial uses within walking distance along Bank Street; and WHEREAS 1046 and 1052 Brookfield Road are residential homes in which the owners have no desire to permit commercial uses; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council amend the report by deleting Map 50 from Document 1 and by removing Table 51 and proposed Urban Exception [xx14] from Document 2, and; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given. details LOCAL COMMERCIAL STUDY: CITY-INITIATED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS FOR LOCAL SHOPS AND SERVICES IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details LOCAL COMMERCIAL STUDY: CITY-INITIATED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS FOR LOCAL SHOPS AND SERVICES IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDEDThat Council: 1. Approve the creation of the Sandy Hill Heritage Character Area for the area shown in Document 2; and, a. Approve that staff be directed to review the boundary of the Sandy Hill Heritage Character Area in cooperation with Action Sandy Hill and the University of Ottawa, and in consultation with the Chairs of the Planning Committee and Built Heritage Sub-committee, to determine if the boundary should be amended to include these properties; b. Approve that staff report back to the Built Heritage Sub-committee, Planning Committee and City Council with a recommendation regarding these boundaries in October, 2015; 2. Adopt the Sandy Hill Cultural Heritage Character Area Guidelines, attached as Document 3; 3. Adopt the Heritage Conservation District Plans, attached as Documents 4 through 8, for the five existing Heritage Conservation Districts in Sandy Hill; identified as King Edward Avenue, Wilbrod/Laurier, Stewart/Wilbrod, Daly Avenue and Sweetland details SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details O'CONNOR STREET BIKEWAY (WELLINGTON STREET TO FIFTH AVENUE) - RECOMMENDATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 INVESTMENT AND ENDOWMENT FUND REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CIP (COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN) GRANT APPLICATION - 3735 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CIP (COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN) GRANT APPLICATION - 1290 TRIM ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICIAL AND INSPECTOR(S) UNDER PART IV OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT, 2006
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 131 MINTO PLACE, 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 BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PRIVATE APPROACH BY-LAW 2003-447 - REVISIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Ken Ross, the owner of Ross’ Independent Grocer in Barrhaven, was a well-known and widely respected philanthropist and a community and business leader; and WHEREAS following a brief illness, Ken Ross passed away prematurely in March 2015 and, in response to the community’s desire to remember and honour Ken in a meaningful and significant way, I, Jan Harder, Councillor for Ward 3 – Barrhaven, brought forward a Commemorative Naming application to commemorate Ken Ross by renaming South Nepean Park, at 600 Longfields Drive, “Ken Ross Park”; AND WHEREAS this proposal has been through the usual commemorative naming process insofar as Commemorative Naming Committee review and public consultation and the public feedback received during the public consultation phase was overwhelmingly and entirely in support of the proposal; AND WHEREAS a community event is planned in early July at South Nepean Park at 600 Longfields Drive and the community would like to take advantage of this event to details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Proposed 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities report will be considered by City Council at its July 8, 2015 meeting; and WHEREAS staff is also recommending that, due to the busy legislative agenda, the report from the Information Technology Sub-Committee with respect to Proposed 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities report be forwarded directly to Council rather than proceed to Council through the Finance and Economic Development Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council approve that the Information Technology Sub-Committee report on the Proposed 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities report proceed directly to the City Council meeting of July 8, 2015. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS for more than ten years, Charlie Bowins dedicated much of his time and energy to Ottawa’s skateboarding community by working as a skateboarding instructor and participating in various skateboard-related charitable and fundraising initiatives; and WHEREAS, Charlie Bowins passed away prematurely in March 2015 and in April 2015, the Ottawa Skateboard Community Association brought forward a proposal to commemorate him by naming the new skateboard park at the McNabb Community Centre the “Charlie Bowins Skateboard Park”; AND WHEREAS this proposal has been through the usual commemorative naming process insofar as Commemorative Naming Committee review and public consultation and the public feedback received during the public consultation phase was entirely in support of the proposal; AND WHEREAS the new skateboard park at the McNabb Community Centre is scheduled to officially open in early summer of 2015; AND WHEREAS having this proposal go through the normal Standing Committee and Counci details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the public comments in support of Ken Ross Park be appended to the minutes of today’s Council meeting. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas, in 2010 City Council approved the Ottawa River Action Plan (ORAP) consisting of 17 projects aimed at protecting the health of the Ottawa River; Whereas, the largest ORAP project is the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel (CSST) which will help reduce the number of combined sewer overflows, improve the water quality of the Ottawa River and fully comply with provincial regulations; Whereas, the total project cost for the CSST is $232.2 million; Whereas, City Council approved funding for the CSST through the budget process; Whereas, the City of Ottawa sought federal and provincial funding for the CSST; Whereas, on April 7, 2015 the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario announced funding for the City to proceed with the construction and commissioning of the CSST; Whereas, the City is working closely with our federal and provincial counterparts, as well as other interested stakeholders, to finalize all necessary approvals; Whereas, the construction of the CSST will be coordinated with details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Transportation Committee
2015-06-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transportation 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 technical Motion to be brought forward. details TRC 02-15 - Snow Removal in School Drop-off Zones
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY FOR THE REHABILITATION / REPLACEMENT OF OTTAWA QUEENSWAY MID-TOWN BRIDGES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 27 MAY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2014 AND Q1 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LYNDA LANE PARKING ASSESSMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor David Chernushenko WHEREAS the O’Connor Bikeway is identified in the Ottawa Cycling Plan as a Cross-Town Bikeway that will provide a “high level of comfort with cycling-friendly features”, and as a Spine Route which will “generally provide dedicated on-road cycling space (subject to localized constraints)”; and WHEREAS the inclusion of bike lanes on O’Connor within the Glebe was considered as part of the Study and presented to the public in April 2015, and the primary concerns with the initial draft proposal for bike lanes between Strathcona and First were with impacts to curbside accessibility for patients of the pediatric medical office on the east side of O’Connor between Patterson and Monkland and the presence of a school bus loading zone on the east side of O’Connor between Glebe and First; and WHEREAS the remainder of O’Connor between Strathcona and First can operate acceptably with bike lanes; and WHEREAS a hybrid solution between S details O'CONNOR STREET BIKEWAY (WELLINGTON STREET TO FIFTH AVENUE) - RECOMMENDATION
Yes Yes Motion To: details O'CONNOR STREET BIKEWAY (WELLINGTON STREET TO FIFTH AVENUE) - RECOMMENDATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PRIVATE APPROACH BY-LAW 2003-447 - REVISIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ROADSIDE MEMORIALS - OPTIONS FOR REGULATIONS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-06-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 4 - May 5, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 22 MAY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: details FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2014 INVESTMENT AND ENDOWMENT FUND REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2014 AND Q1 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details CIP (COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN) GRANT APPLICATION - 3735 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details CIP (COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN) GRANT APPLICATION - 1290 TRIM ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details THE DISPOSAL OF 455 VIA VERONA AVENUE, AND CONVEYANCE TO MULTIFAITH HOUSING INITIATIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - MAY 2015
City Council
2015-05-27
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RESPONSE TO TAXI-RELATED COUNCIL MOTIONS OF APRIL 2012
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Direct staff to return to Council by Q1 2016 with an updated water, wastewater, and stormwater rate structure for Council’s consideration and; 2. Approve that the overall guiding principles for this review are as follows: a) Is fair and equitable to users of the service; b) Increases financial sustainability; c) Ensures that the basic level of consumption is affordable for residential customers; d) Is transparent and understandable; e) Preserves conservation; f) Supports Economic Development. details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE WATER, WASTEWATER, AND STORMWATER RATE STRUCTURE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas through inadvertence the incorrect legal comment was inserted into the above report; Therefore be it resolved that an additional document be appended to the report entitled: “Revised Legal Comment” providing the following: In the event that the recommendation is adopted and appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, it is expected that a two day hearing will result. It is anticipated that the hearing can be conducted within staff resources. Should the recommendation be refused, results must be provided. In the event that such refusal is appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, it would be necessary to retain an external planner. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 385 SUSSEX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 385 SUSSEX DRIVE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 187 METCALFE STREET
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 873, 875, 877 CONTOUR STREET AND 2705, 2709 PAG' ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 3872 GREENBANK ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY REDUCTION OF PARA TRANSPO CASH FARES
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa appreciates the importance of the Government of Canada’s Long Term Vision and Plan for the Parliamentary Precinct and Judicial Precinct (“the Plan”) to the City of Ottawa, the National Capital Region and the country; and WHEREAS the Plan speaks to the importance of completing the Judicial Triad with the future construction of a Federal Court judicial building on Wellington Street, part of Confederation Boulevard, complementing the Parliamentary Triad along Ottawa’s ceremonial route; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa joins others, including the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects and the Ontario Association of Architects, in expressing concern that the proposed location for the Memorial to the Victims of Communism will prevent the completion of the Judicial Triad and violate the guiding principles of the Plan, particularly those of symbolic primacy and heritage value; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council, thr details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
No No Motion To: WHEREAS the federal government announced Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding on Friday, May 15, 2015 that supports rehabilitation, renewal and limited expansion of existing public infrastructure assets; and WHEREAS the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) is delivering the program in southern Ontario and applications with supporting documentation for Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding must be submitted to FedDev Ontario no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 9, 2015; and WHEREAS City staff have submitted a prioritized List of Projects to City Council on May 27, 2015 for consideration and endorsement; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that Fred Barrett Arena – renovations, with an amount to be determined by staff, be added to the prioritized City of Ottawa List of Projects for submission to the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion, due to timelines as the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding was announced on Friday, May 15, 2015, with an application deadline of June 9, 2015 and Council is not scheduled to meet again until June 10, 2015. WHEREAS the Government of Canada announced Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding on Friday, May 15, 2015, that supports rehabilitation, renewal and limited expansion of existing public infrastructure assets; and WHEREAS the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) is delivering the program in southern Ontario with an allocation of $44.4 million over two years and applications with supporting documentation for Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding must be submitted to FedDev Ontario no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 9, 2015; and WHEREAS funding can only be used toward costs incurred between April 1, 2016, and March 31, 2018; and WHEREAS the Govern details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion, due to the fact that the motion is declaring June 2015 as Seniors’ Month in the City of Ottawa and this is the last Council meeting in May: 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 according to the 2011 census from Statistics Canada, 116,590 seniors (aged 65 and over) reside in the City of Ottawa, making up 13.2% of the total Ottawa population, and it is expected that by the year 2031, the number will grow to approximately 250,000 seniors, making up 22% of the total Ottawa population; 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 knowl details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, due to construction tender timelines to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is tendering the Rideau Valley Drive South Sewer, Road and Sidewalk Renewal Project for construction this summer and the design plan features the construction of a new sidewalk on the west side of Rideau Valley Drive South, as per approved policy; and WHEREAS public consultation resulted in concerns being raised about the loss of parking on the west side of Rideau Valley Drive South as a result of the proposed new sidewalk; and WHEREAS further consultation with residents of Kars brought forward support to replace the west side sidewalk with a paved shoulder that would retain and improve the current parking availability; and WHEREAS staff has advised that this change can be accommodated within the current project budget; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve that the section of sidewalk between the public school exit, called the Kars on the Ride details
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the fact that the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 begins on June 6, 2015 and Council is not scheduled to meet again until June 10, 2015, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 will be holding games in the stadium at Lansdowne beginning on June 7, 2015; and WHEREAS Ottawa is a host City for this event, which is expected to be a major draw for residents and tourists alike; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has, on occasion, supported such events with the temporary installation of commemorative blades in specified gathering places, the most recent being the “Sens Mile” on Elgin Street; and WHEREAS the Glebe Business Improvement Area (BIA) and FIFA have confirmed that they are supportive of identifying Bank Street, from Isabella Street to Riverdale Avenue, as a gathering place for soccer fans; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, in recognition of details
No No Motion To: WHEREAS the federal government announced Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding on Friday, May 15, 2015 that supports rehabilitation, renewal and limited expansion of existing public infrastructure assets; and WHEREAS the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) is delivering the program in southern Ontario and applications with supporting documentation for Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding must be submitted to FedDev Ontario no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 9, 2015; and WHEREAS City staff have submitted a prioritized List of Projects to City Council on May 27, 2015 for consideration and endorsement; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that Fred Barrett Arena – renovations, with an amount to be determined by staff, be added to the prioritized City of Ottawa List of Projects for submission to the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. 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, due to timelines as the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding was announced on Friday, May 15, 2015, with an application deadline of June 9, 2015 and Council is not scheduled to meet again until June 10, 2015. WHEREAS the Government of Canada announced Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding on Friday, May 15, 2015, that supports rehabilitation, renewal and limited expansion of existing public infrastructure assets; and WHEREAS the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) is delivering the program in southern Ontario with an allocation of $44.4 million over two years and applications with supporting documentation for Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding must be submitted to FedDev Ontario no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 9, 2015; and WHEREAS funding can only be used toward costs incurred between April 1, 2016, and March 31, 2018; and WHEREAS the Govern 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, due to the fact that the motion is declaring June 2015 as Seniors’ Month in the City of Ottawa and this is the last Council meeting in May: 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 according to the 2011 census from Statistics Canada, 116,590 seniors (aged 65 and over) reside in the City of Ottawa, making up 13.2% of the total Ottawa population, and it is expected that by the year 2031, the number will grow to approximately 250,000 seniors, making up 22% of the total Ottawa population; 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 knowl details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended, due to construction tender timelines to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is tendering the Rideau Valley Drive South Sewer, Road and Sidewalk Renewal Project for construction this summer and the design plan features the construction of a new sidewalk on the west side of Rideau Valley Drive South, as per approved policy; and WHEREAS public consultation resulted in concerns being raised about the loss of parking on the west side of Rideau Valley Drive South as a result of the proposed new sidewalk; and WHEREAS further consultation with residents of Kars brought forward support to replace the west side sidewalk with a paved shoulder that would retain and improve the current parking availability; and WHEREAS staff has advised that this change can be accommodated within the current project budget; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve that the section of sidewalk between the public school exit, called the Kars on the Ride details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the fact that the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 begins on June 6, 2015 and Council is not scheduled to meet again until June 10, 2015, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 will be holding games in the stadium at Lansdowne beginning on June 7, 2015; and WHEREAS Ottawa is a host City for this event, which is expected to be a major draw for residents and tourists alike; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has, on occasion, supported such events with the temporary installation of commemorative blades in specified gathering places, the most recent being the “Sens Mile” on Elgin Street; and WHEREAS the Glebe Business Improvement Area (BIA) and FIFA have confirmed that they are supportive of identifying Bank Street, from Isabella Street to Riverdale Avenue, as a gathering place for soccer fans; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, in recognition of details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Environment Committee
2015-05-19
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 2, of the Environment Committee meeting of Tuesday, 21 April 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014 Wastewater Annual Compliance report (ACS2015-COS-ESD-0010) contains some erroneous figures that were not discovered until after the publication of the Environment Committee agenda. AND WHERAS these figures have since been corrected as reflected in the attached amended Staff Report and amended Document 1. AND WHEREAS these changes do not in any way impact Wastewater Services compliance with applicable environmental legislation. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Environment Committee receive the 2014 Wastewater Annual Compliance report, as amended. details 2014 WASTEWATER ANNUAL COMPLIANCE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details 2014 WASTEWATER ANNUAL COMPLIANCE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That Committee recommend that Council approve that the words "in order of importance" be removed from Recommendation 2. details WATER, WASTEWATER, AND STORMWATER RATE STRUCTURE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details WATER, WASTEWATER, AND STORMWATER RATE STRUCTURE REVIEW
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-05-14
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil d’approuver le mandat modifié du Sous-comité, comme il est expliqué dans le présent rapport et joint au Document 1. 2. Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti achemine la recommandation suivante, approuvée par le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti le 9 avril 2015, au Comité de l’urbanisme et au Conseil aux fins d'examen et d'approbation. Que la question de la mise en œuvre du mandat du Sous-comité relativement aux secteurs désignés à valeur patrimoniale soit étudiée dans le cadre de l’Examen de mi-mandat sur la gouvernance. 1. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that the Planning Committee recommend Council approve the Sub-Committee’s revised Terms of Reference, as outlined in this report and attached at Document 1. 2. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee forward the following recommendation, approved by the Built Heritage Sub-Committee on April details BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
No No Motion To: Moved by B. Padolsky That the portion that involves King Edward Avenue and the University of Ottawa Master Plan be referred to staff for reconsideration to bring back to the Committee. details SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by S. Smallwood That Recommendation 1 be amended to read: "Approve the creation of Sandy Hill Cultural Heritage Character Area for the area shown in Document 1. details SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité consultatif sur le patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil ; 1. d’approuver la création du secteur à caractère patrimonial culturel de la Côte-de-Sable, pour le secteur indiqué dans le Document 2; 2. d’adopter les lignes directrices du secteur à caractère patrimonial culturel de la Côte-de-Sable, que vous trouverez ci-jointes dans le Document3 ; 3. d’adopter les plans des districts de conservation du patrimoine, présentés dans les Documents 4 à 8 ci-joints, pour les cinq districts de conservation du patrimoine existants dans le secteur Côte-de-Sable; soit l’avenue King Edward, Wilbrod/Laurier, Stewart/Wilbrod, l’avenue Daly et l’avenue Sweetland, conformément à l’article 41.1 de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario; 4. d’approuver l’ajout des bâtiments énoncés dans le Document 9 au Registre du patrimoine de la Ville d’Ottawa, conformément à l’article 27 de la Loi sur le patrimoine de details SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Vice Chair Padolsky WHEREAS Document 4 includes the elevations of the proposed alterations; and, WHEREAS the South elevation was inadvertently omitted from Document 4; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the South elevation rendering be added to the staff report. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 131 MINTO PLACE, 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 amended as per the previous motion(s). details APPLICATION TO ALTER 131 MINTO PLACE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2015-05-13
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 8 MAY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LAND EVALUATION AND AREA REVIEW UPDATE AND THE OTTAWA SOILS MAPPING PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2014 AND Q3 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 - PURCHASING YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the Economic Development Strategy Update 2015-2018, as outlined in the report. details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY UPDATE 2015-2018
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CELEBRATIONS OTTAWA INC. - BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FREIMAN PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE OVER RIDEAU STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 192, 196 BRONSON AVENUE AND 31 CAMBRIDGE STREET NORTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 PARKING SERVICES BRANCH ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 PARKING SERVICES BRANCH BUSINESS PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details RIGHT BIKE SHARE PROGRAM ON ROAD ALLOWANCES - MOTION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details AMENDMENT TO THE ENGINEER'S REPORT FOR THE DEVINE MUNICIPAL DRAIN NORTH OF DEVINE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1670 JOHN QUINN ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PARTS OF 4837 ALBION ROAD AND 4910 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6891 MCDIARMID ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1883 BRADLEY SIDE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 1674 YORKS CORNERS ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OF OCTOBER 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPLICATION TO ALTER 231 O'CONNOR STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6015, 6021 AND 6041 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 401 CORKSTOWN ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MINOR AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAW 2014-256 (SITE PLAN CONTROL)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DEVELOPMENT CHARGES RESERVE FUNDS - 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details FLEET BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, since amalgamation, it has been common practice for Ward Councillors to work with Traffic Services staff to identify and select suitable sites for the installation of temporary traffic calming measures (such as pole-mounted speed display boards, painting of speed limits on the road, and similar temporary traffic calming devices) that are not covered under existing City programs, funded from Members’ Constituency Services Budget; and WHEREAS, although the Council Expense Policy requires that the transfer of funds to City operations from a Member’s Constituency Services Budget be accomplished by a Council motion to ensure that Members do not add ongoing operating budget pressures without Council consent, City Council approved a recommendation from Transportation Committee on March 26, 2014, that allowed “...Members to purchase those traffic control measures that staff agree will not add ongoing budget pressures without the need for a motion, to be effective only for the remainder o 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, Kamloops, Prince George and Yellowknife; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa promotes active and healthy living through a number of initiatives, including: the freezing of recreation fees for three years in a row, An annual “Try It” campaign for City recreation programs, a series of “I Love to” programs to promote swimming, skating, soccer and other sports, and the Healthy Eating, Active Living Strategy (HEAL); and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Departments (Ottawa Public Health, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department and others) work together on improving the access to physical activity for the resid details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Transportation Committee
2015-05-06
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details LITTLE ITALY LOCAL AREA PARKING STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil de prendre connaissance du rapport annuel de 2014 de la service du stationnement. That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council receive the Parking Services 2014 Annual Report. details 2014 PARKING SERVICES BRANCH ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver le rapport du plan d’affaires de 2015 du Service du stationnement, qui comprend les détails budgétaires pour l’année 2015, comme il est décrit dans le budget de 2015 adopté. That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve the Parking Services 2015 Business Plan report, which includes budgetary details for 2015, as described in the adopted 2015 Budget. details 2015 PARKING SERVICES BRANCH BUSINESS PLAN
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver un financement de 776 000 $ pour des améliorations aux processus opérationnels définies dans ce rapport du Fonde de réserve du parc automobile. That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve funding for the business process improvements identified in this report from the Corporate Fleet Reserve in the amount of $776,000. details FLEET BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS
Absent Yes Motion To: Moved By : Councillor McKenney Item / Article: Technical Amendment to List Response to Council Inquiry 06-15 WHEREAS Response to Council Inquiry 06-15 Greenbank Road – Project Issues, was inadvertently left off of the May 6, 2015 Transportation Committee Agenda due to staff error; and WHEREAS the Ward Councillor had been informed by staff that this Response would be listed on the May 6, 2015 Transportation Committee Agenda and then on the May 13, 2015 City Council Agenda; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Transportation Committee approve that the Response to Council Inquiry 06-15 – Greenbank Road – Project Issues, be listed under “Communications” on the Transportation Committee agenda of 6 May 2015. details OTHER BUSINESS
Yes Yes Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Transportation 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 Right Bike enough time to install their bike racks in support of Bike to Work month, May 2015. details OTHER BUSINESS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Causeway Work Centre is a registered charitable organization and operates a public bike share system called “Right Bike”; and WHEREAS Right Bike provides a training and employment program for individuals who are working to overcome barriers to employment, as well as delivers a community bike share program, a sustainable transportation alternative which complements existing transportation principles of the City of Ottawa as described in the Transportation Master Plan; and WHEREAS Right Bike was supported by the Neighbourhood Connection Office of Planning and Growth Management Department to expand its Bike Sharing operation into adjacent neighbourhoods from its base in Hintonburg/Wellington; and WHEREAS Right Bike has successfully expanded from 1 site in 2012 to 16 sites in 2014 across 5 neighbourhoods on various City-owned and private properties; and WHEREAS the Causeway Work Centre has applied to the City for approval to install six (6) public bike share system stations (the "St details OTHER BUSINESS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-05-05
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 3 - April 7, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details Council Inquiry 14-14 - Synopsis Minutes for Standing Committees, the Transit Commission and Sub-Committees
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 STATUS REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OF OCTOBER 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique et le Conseil municipal prennent connaissance du présent rapport. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information. details 2014 - PURCHASING YEAR IN REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique recommande au Conseil d’approuver la mise à jour de la Stratégie de développement économique de 2015-2018, comme l’indique ce rapport. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the Economic Development Strategy Update 2015-2018, as outlined in the report. details ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY UPDATE 2015-2018.
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique recommande au Conseil : 1. Approuver que le maire, le conseiller Jean Cloutier, le conseiller Mathieu Fleury et le directeur, Développement économique et Innovation, soient nommés membres du conseil d’administration de Celebrations Ottawa Inc. 2. De déléguer au directeur municipal le pouvoir de conclure avec Celebrations Ottawa Inc. les ententes de services et les contrats auxiliaires nécessaires afin d’appuyer les célébrations d’Ottawa 2017. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve that the Mayor, Councillor Jean Cloutier, Councillor Mathieu Fleury, and the Director of Economic Development and Innovation be appointed to the Board of Directors for Celebrations Ottawa Inc. 2. Delegate authority to the City Manager to enter into the necessary service agreement(s) and ancillary contracts with Celebrations Ottawa Inc. required to support the Ottawa 2017 celebrations. details CELEBRATIONS OTTAWA INC. - BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - ACQUISITION AND SALE OF LAND AND PROPERTY - JULY 1, 2014 TO MARCH 31, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique recommande au Conseil d''approuver : 1. La signature d'une entente modifiée, présentée en détail dans ce rapport, qui modifiera les dispositions du contrat actuel d'exploitation de la passerelle freiman (1982) et permettra le transfert de l'intérêt de la ville dans cette structure ainsi que des passifs et obligations d'entretien connexes à la viking rideau corporation en échange d'un versement unique de la ville de 400 000 dollars, plus les taxes applicables; 2. La dispense de frais d'empiètement temporaire (estimés à 50 000 dollars) payables par la Viking Rideau Corporation pour l'utilisation de l'emprise de la rue Rideau durant la rénovation de la passerelle Freiman, la démolition de la petite passerelle piétonnière de propriété privée à l'ouest de la passerelle Freiman et les réparations connexes à la rue Rideau et aux façades des bâtiments attenants; 3. L'octroi à la Viking Rideau Corporation d'un permis po details FREIMAN PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE OVER RIDEAU STREET
City Council
2015-04-29
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH'S 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 CHILD CARE SERVICE PLAN: A FUNDING FRAMEWORK FOR FAMILIES AND THEIR CHILDREN ACCESSING NOT-FOR-PROFIT LICENSED CHILD CARE
Yes Yes Motion To: details HARMONIZATION OF RECREATION FEES
Yes Yes Motion To: details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: details INVESTMENT IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR ONTARIO (IAH) 2014 EXTENSION PROGRAM
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 68 COOPER STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 250, 266, 268, 272 AND 274 PARKDALE AVENUE, 1518 SCOTT STREET, 9, 11, AND 13 BULLMAN STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT AND FUNDING FOR MONAHAN LANDING CROWNRIDGE PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details ELGIN STREET OUTDOOR PATIO PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: details OUTDOOR PATIO FEE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details BULK CONSENT AGENDA
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA WORKSHOPS, 7 BAYVIEW ROAD, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 239-241 BANK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO CONSTRUCT A NEW STRUCTURE AT 7 CLARENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PARTS OF 4798 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details MARCH ROAD WASTEWATER PUMPING STATION MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY
Yes Yes Motion To: details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 2014 TO DECEMBER 31, 2014 FOR TRANSIT SERVICES
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS approximately 45,000 residential customers within the City of Ottawa are served by Hydro One and Hydro One electricity rates are significantly higher than Hydro Ottawa rates; and WHEREAS City Council on behalf of Ottawa residents is the sole shareholder of Hydro Ottawa; WHEREAS City Council has had a One City - One Hydro policy since amalgamation; and WHEREAS resolutions requesting the Province negotiate the sale of these 45,0000 customers have been brought forward and supported by Ottawa City Councils in 2002, 2003, and 2004, and most recently reaffirmed on June 26, 2013 as a direction for the Mayor to “write a letter to the province to reinforce why it is so important to the residents of Ottawa to be under one umbrella” ; and WHEREAS for the first time since Ottawa's amalgamation, the Province has indicated a willingness to sell a portion of Hydro One and the Government of Ontario has struck an asset panel to recommend a process for divestiture of Hydro One assets; and WHEREAS the details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion, as there is an urgent requirement to align Council practice with the recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling with respect to the matter of prayer at municipal meetings: WHEREAS since amalgamation, meetings of Ottawa City Council have started with the reciting of a non-denominational prayer and the practice of including the Prayer as part of the formal listing in the Council Agenda is referenced in Subsection 29(1)(a) of the Procedure By-law; and WHEREAS, on April 15, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in the case of Mouvement laïque québécois v. Saguenay (City) that the practice of reciting a prayer at the beginning of City Council meetings violated the duty of City Council to remain neutral in matters involving freedom of conscience and religion, as required by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; and WHEREAS replacing the Prayer with a Moment of Reflection as a practice will permit those Members of Council w details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived in order to consider the following motion in order to provide the necessary Council support in a timely manner for an individual application for a By the Glass license for KIN Vineyards. MOTION WHEREAS the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has introduced a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (also known as a “By the Glass” license) to permit Ontario alcoholic beverage producers that already hold a manufacturer’s licence from the AGCO to sell and serve their own beverages to patrons for consumption in single servings at their manufacturing sites under certain conditions; and WHEREAS, because "By the Glass" license applicants are exempt from the public advertising process, the AGCO requires a resolution from the municipal council indicating the support of the local community before “By the Glass” licenses as part of the application for this license; and WHEREAS given the economic development potential of the alcoholic beverag 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, in order to provide the necessary Council support in a timely manner as the West Carleton War Memorial Committee has a federal application deadline of May 1st, 2015. WHEREAS a committee of local residents, spearheaded by the Carp BIA, was founded in 2011 to construct a West Carleton War Memorial to honour the men and women of the West Carleton area who have died for their country. WHEREAS the West Carleton War Memorial is proposed to be located at the junction of Donald B. Munro Drive and Falldown Lane in the heart of the Village of Carp, which is currently a City-owned, landscaped traffic island and part of the street Right-of-Way (ROW); WHEREAS City staff have been working with the West Carleton War Memorial Committee to secure the required approvals to construct the War Memorial on the proposed site, including a pending road closure application and the dedication of the ROW as a City Park; WHEREAS the West Carleton War M details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Environment Committee
2015-04-21
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 1, of the Environment Committee meeting of Tuesday, 17 February 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 14 APRIL 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details GENERAL ACCOUNTS - WATER WRITE-OFFS AND REPAYMENT AGREEMENTS EXECUTED IN 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2014 AND Q3 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement recommande au Conseil d’approuver l’ébauche de commentaires contenus dans le document 3, et qu’il demande au personnel de transmettre les commentaires approuvés au ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Action en matière de changement climatique (MEACC) et à Taggart Miller Environmental Services. That Environment Committee recommends that Council approve the draft comments contained in Document 3, and direct staff to forward the approved comments to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change and Taggart Miller Environmental Services. details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement recommande au Conseil d’approuver l’ébauche de commentaires contenus dans le document 3, et qu’il demande au personnel de transmettre les commentaires approuvés au ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Action en matière de changement climatique (MEACC) et à Taggart Miller Environmental Services. That Environment Committee recommends that Council approve the draft comments contained in Document 3, and direct staff to forward the approved comments to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change and Taggart Miller Environmental Services. details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: Re: Requirement for a Public Liaison CommitteeMoved by / Motion de: Seconded by / Appuyée par: WHEREAS should the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) approve the Capital Region Resource Recovery Centre Environmental Assessment, there may be significant impacts to the local community; AND WHEREAS the local community has the right to understand any impacts from the operations and how they are proposed to be mitigated or resolvedl;AND WHEREAS a Public Liaison Committee is a good forum for distributing information to the local residents and Councillors and resolving conflicts;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council:1. Require that Taggart Miller initiate a Public Liaison Committee (PLC).2. Require Taggart Miller to invite the two East-end Councillors (Cumberland and Osgoode) to participate on the PLC. 3. That city staff and the MOECC be invited to attend all PLC meetings. 4. That Taggart Miller advertise in the local community papers and through the East-end Councill details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: Re: The Capital Region Recovery and Resource Centre Leachate HandlingMoved by / Motion de: Seconded by / Appuyée par: WHEREAS the Capital Region Resource Recovery Centre (CRRRC) Environmental Assessment is a technical document speaking primarily to environmental implications of the CRRRC on the site; AND WHEREAS trucking leachate over large distances causes other environmental concerns;AND WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is examining onsite leachate treatment for the Trail Road land fill;AND WHEREAS ROPEC is not currently capable of receiving more than 6 trucks per day between between 8 am and 3:30 pm from the CRRRC at its truck receiving facility;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council:1. Request that, should the Ontario Minister of the Environment and Climate Change approve the proposed CRRRC, the daily maximum volume of leachate allowed to be trucked to ROPEC from this site be limited to 180,000 litres (equivalent of 6 trucks) per day, five days per week, pending either:a. determination of a details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details STAFF COMMENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details GREEN BUILDING POLICY - 2014 STATUS REPORT
Transportation Committee
2015-04-20
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 10 APRIL 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2014 AND Q3 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details LANSDOWNE TRANSPORTATION MONITORING OPERATIONS COMMITTEE (LTMOC) - 2014 UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver le maintien des terrasses extérieures faisant partie du Projet pilote d’aménagement de terrasses extérieures rue Elgin dans le cadre du programme habituel des terrasses extérieures conformément aux conditions énoncées dans le présent rapport. That Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve the patios forming the Elgin Street Outdoor Patio Project as part of the regular outdoor patio program pursuant to the conditions set out in this report. details ELGIN STREET OUTDOOR PATIO PILOT PROJECT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver les modifications aux clauses du Règlement municipal sur les empiétements se rapportant aux droits pour permis de terrasse extérieure, comme l’explique en détail le document 2. That Transportation Committee recommend Council approve the amendments to provisions in the Encroachment By-law dealing with fees for outdoor patios as detailed in Document 2. details OUTDOOR PATIO FEE REVIEW
City Council
2015-04-15
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE A $150 MILLION DEBENTURE ISSUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1125 AND 1129 CLAPP LANE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 7315 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1. The adoption of the following optional property classes in 2015: Shopping centre property class Parking lots and vacant land property class Office building property class Large industrial property class New multi-residential property class Professional sports facility property class 2. The adoption of the following tax ratios for 2015: Property Class Ratio** Residential 1.000000 Multi-Residential 1.469382 New Multi-Residential 1.000000 Farm 0.200000 Managed Forest 0.250000 Pipe line 1.752745 Commercial Broad Class 2.031496 Commercial* 1.954740 Office Building* 2.361548 Parking Lots and Vacant Land* 1.280786 Shopping Centre* 1.625960 Professional Sports Facility 1.954737 Industrial Broad Class 2.515591 Industrial* 2.638797 Large Industrial* 2.266051 * including new construction classes for Business Education Tax rate purposes ** Subject to final minor revisions upon Ontario Property Tax Analysis (OPTA) close-off 3. The adoption of the following details 2015 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DISPOSITION OF 2014 TAX & RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS/ DEFICIT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING AND PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 6279 FERNBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - HAROLD H. DENT REST AREA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2014-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3275 DONNELLY DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 8153 SPRINGHILL ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT TO PERMIT NEW LOTS CONNECTED TO THE CARLSBAD TRICKLE SYSTEM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ACCOUNTABILITY AGREEMENTS WITH THE CHAMPLAIN LOCAL HEALTH INTEGRATION NETWORK (LHIN)
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BELLS CORNERS BIA APPOINTMENTS FOR THE 2014 - 2018 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 YEAR-END MFIPPA REPORT - SUMMARY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2014 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 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 CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 2015 LEVIES
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 2014-2015 CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN UPDATE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2015 CAPITAL BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS 'TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details SURPLUS LAND DECLARATION AND LONG TERM LEASE WITH ENERGY OTTAWA LIMITED FOR A SOLAR ENERGY PARK
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 Slater Street to James Street and Gloucester Street, from O’Connor Avenue to Bank Street, from 1:00 p.m. Friday, June 19th to 6:00 a.m. Sunday, June 21st 2015, to increase the safety and security of the area; and, WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Special Events By-Law states that no road closures be permitted on weekdays; THEREFORE be it resolved that Council approve the road closure for Bank Street, from Slater Street to James Street and Gloucester Street, from O’Connor Avenue to Bank Street, from 1:00 p.m. Friday, June 19th to 6:00 a.m. Sunday, June 21st 2015 for the Glow Fair Music Light Art event, providing it meets the requirements, conditions and approval of Special E details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the ?Ottawa International Airport Authority (the “Airport Authority”) has a sign welcoming the public to the Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier Airport (“the Airport”) and to the City of Ottawa, and this sign is located within the City's highway, namely at the entrance to the Airport on the Airport Parkway (the “Sign”); and Whereas the Signs on City Roads Bylaw (By-law No. 2003-520, as amended) does not authorize such signs within the City’s highways; and Whereas it is desirable to allow the Airport sign to continue to be located on the Airport Parkway, under certain conditions, because the City of Ottawa has recognized the Airport is a significant economic generator for the National Capital Region and it allows for adequate identification in relation to the Airport; and Whereas this sign may present an opportunity for the City to partner with the Airport Authority to promote “Ottawa 2017” as a destination for Canada’s sesquicentennial celebrations; and Whereas recent concerns details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in the 40 years since the first Ottawa Marathon in 1975, the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend (“Race Weekend”) has grown to become one of the premier marathons in Canada and Ottawa’s largest tourism event; and WHEREAS the upcoming 2015 Race Weekend is expected to draw some 50,000 participants in six athletic events, including the Scotiabank Ottawa Marathon, which is the largest marathon in Canada; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is an active partner in the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend and it is anticipated that the 2015 Race Weekend will generate more than $30 million in economic spinoff for the National Capital Region; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council declare May 22, 2015, to May 24, 2015, to be Race Weekend in the City of Ottawa. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
No No Motion To: WHEREAS Section 70.(3) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 allows any business owner, director or employee or union member residing in the Province of Ontario to donate to municipal candidates in the City of Ottawa in his or her individual capacity, up to $750 per candidate to a maximum of $5000; and WHEREAS there are concerns that corporate and union donations provide their owners and members with an additional opportunity to donate to election campaigns that is not available to other residents; and WHEREAS other jurisdictions, including Canadian federal elections, do not permit corporate and union donations; and WHEREAS Section 70.1(1) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 permits the City of Toronto to prohibit corporate and union donations for its municipal elections as follows: The City of Toronto may by by-law prohibit a corporation that carries on business in Ontario or a trade union that holds bargaining rights for employees in Ontario from making a contribution to or for any candidate details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-04-09
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 en vue de modifier le 231, rue O’Connor, conformément aux plans soumis par le cabinet Linda Chapman Architect le 6 mars 2015, sous réserve de l’approbation d’une demande de dérogation mineure; 2. De délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine, d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance; 3. De déléguer au directeur général, Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance, le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications mineures à la 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 31 mai 2015.) (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 Bui details APPLICATION TO ALTER 231 O'CONNOR STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details REPORT OF THE BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE'S MANDATE DISCUSSION
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti approuve les recommandations du présent rapport. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee approve the recommendations contained within this report. details REPORT OF THE BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE'S MANDATE DISCUSSION
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-04-07
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details Minutes 2 - March 3, 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details WHY OTTAWA'
Yes Yes Motion To: details BELLS CORNERS BIA APPOINTMENTS FOR THE 2014 - 2018 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE DOWNTOWN RIDEAU BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 27 MARCH 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2014 YEAR-END MFIPPA REPORT - SUMMARY
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2014 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 BUDGETS AND SPECIAL LEVIES FOR BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS AND SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: 1. L''utilisation en 2015 des catégories optionnelles de biens fonciers suivantes: Centres commerciaux Terrains de stationnement et terrains commerciaux vacants Immeubles de bureaux commerciaux Grand industriel Nouveaux immeubles à logements multiples Installations sportives professionnelles 2. L''adoption des coefficients fiscaux suivants pour 2015: Catégorie fiscale Coefficient ** Résidentiel 1.000000 Logements multiples 1.469382 Nouveaux logements multiples 1.000000 Ferme 0.200000 Forêt aménagée 0.250000 Pipe line 1.752745 Catégorie commerciale générale 2.031496 Commercial* 1.954740 Immeubles de bureaux * 2.361548 Terrains de stationnement et terrains commerciaux vacants * 1.280786 Centre commerciaux * 1.625960 Installations sportives professionnelles 1.954737 Catégorie industrielle générale 2.515590 Industriel * 2.638797 Grand industriel* 2.266051 * y compris les nouvelles catégories de construction aux fins de la répartition des taxes scolaires ** sous réserve de révision details 2015 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 2015 LEVIES
Yes Yes Motion To: details TEMPORARY BORROWING BY-LAW FOR 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 CURRENT OPERATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the following by-laws of the City of Ottawa be given three readings and enacted by the Finance and Economic Development Committee in accordance with its delegated authority: Bylaw Three Readings By-Law No. 2015-107 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to authorize the temporary borrowing of monies to meet the current expenditures of the City of Ottawa for the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018. details ENACTMENT OF BY-LAWS (ONE BY-LAW)
Yes Yes Motion To: details ENACTMENT OF CONFIRMATION BY-LAW
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPAYMENT AND EXTENSION AGREEMENTS EXECUTED IN
Yes Yes Motion To: details GENERAL ACCOUNTS - WRITE-OFFS 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: details DISPOSITION OF 2014 TAX & RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS/ DEFICIT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique recommande au Conseil d’approuver ce qui suit : 1. Que le déficit de 3,450 M$ des Services de logement soit financé à partir du Fonds de réserve pour Logement social. 2. Que le déficit de 0,413 M$ des services Transport en Commune soit financé à partir du Fonds de réserve Transport en commun pour immobilisations. 3. Que le déficit de 0,239 M$ des Services de police soit financé à partir du Fonds de réserve générale pour immobilisations. 4. Que 9,348 M$ soient transférés du Fonds de réserve pour l’eau en vue de servir au financement complet du programme des Services d’eau de 2014. 5. Que 9,500 M$ soient transférés du Fonds de réserve des égouts en vue de servir au financement complet du programme du Service des eaux usées de 2014. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve: 1. That the deficit of $3.450 million in the Housing Services Branch be funded from the Housin details DISPOSITION OF 2014 TAX & RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS/ DEFICIT
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPORT ON BUDGET EXPENSES PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 284/09
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2014-2015 CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN UPDATE REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: details SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q2 2014 AND Q3 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: details INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2015 CAPITAL BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS 'TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS staff have noted a description error on Document 1 attached in the Report (ACS2015-PAI-REP-0003) entitled Surplus Land Declaration and Long Term Lease with Energy Ottawa Limited for a Solar Energy Park. AND WHEREAS staff has corrected the description error on Document 1 attached hereto. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT The Finance and Economic Development Committee approve the replacement of Document 1 with the amended Document 1 attached hereto in order correct the description error. details SURPLUS LAND DECLARATION AND LONG TERM LEASE WITH ENERGY OTTAWA LIMITED FOR A SOLAR ENERGY PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPORT ON THE USE OF DELEGATED AUTHORITY DURING 2014 BY THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT AS SET OUT IN SCHEDULE 'B' CITY OPERATIONS PORTFOLIO OF BY-LAW 2013-71
Yes Yes Motion To: details REPORT ON THE USE OF DELEGATED AUTHORITY DURING 2013 AND 2014 BY THE SERVICEOTTAWA DEPARTMENT AS SET OUT IN SCHEDULE 'B' CITY OPERATIONS PORTFOLIO OF BY-LAW 2013-71
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2015-04-02
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - HAROLD H. DENT REST AREA
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 26 MARCH 2015
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2014-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3275 DONNELLY DRIVE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 8153 SPRINGHILL ROAD
Absent Yes Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1125 and 1129 Clapp Lane to permit a three-storey, 45-unit, retirement home and café, as shown in Documents 2 and 3. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1125 AND 1129 CLAPP LANE
Absent Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT TO PERMIT NEW LOTS CONNECTED TO THE CARLSBAD TRICKLE SYSTEM
Absent Yes Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 7315 Fernbank Road to permit a mineral extraction operation (quarry), as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 7315 FERNBANK ROAD
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-03-26
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner les ateliers de la Ville d’Ottawa, situés au 7, chemin Bayview, 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 faisant l’objet du document 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the City of Ottawa Workshops, 7 Bayview Road, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA WORKSHOPS, 7 BAYVIEW ROAD, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 239-241 BANK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: MOTION Moved by Councillor C. McKenney WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0048 recommends approval of the application with conditions as detailed in Document 7 of the Report; AND WHEREAS further submissions have been made with respect of the application; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 7, Condition B, paragraph 2 of the staff report be amended as follows: 1.Delete the phrase "are to be addressed" and replace it with the phrase "are to be considered"; AND THAT Recommendation 3 be amended to read “Delegate authority for minor design changes, considering those elements outlined in Document 7 to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 239-241 BANK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN 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 construction d’une nouvelle structure au 7, rue Clarence, conformément aux plans de CSV Architects reçus dans le cadre de la demande le 3 février 2015; 2. De déléguer au directeur général, Service de l’urbanisme et de la gestion de la croissance, le pouvoir d’apporter de légères modifications à la conception; 3. De délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine qui expirera 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 4 mai 2015.) 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 that Planning details APPLICATION TO CONSTRUCT A NEW STRUCTURE AT 7 CLARENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2015-03-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That Council approve the In Camera directions referred to Council by the Transit Commission at its meeting of 25 March 2015, pertaining to collective bargaining with the Amalgamated Transit Unions and the Canadian Union of Public Employees. details REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPOINTMENT TO THE PROPERTY STANDARDS AND LICENSE APPEALS COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 20 MARCH 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: details MONAHAN CREEK MUNICIPAL DRAIN SOUTH OF HOPE SIDE ROAD MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details ERNST & YOUNG LLP 2014 AUDIT PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council consider and approve the Auditor General’s Annual Report and the following detailed audit reports: 1) Audit of Ethics 2) Audit of IT Governance 3) Audit of Management of the Environmental Legislated Approval Process 4) Audit of Specific Contracts and Processes in Fleet Services Branch 5) Review of the City’s Acquisition of Land for Soccer Fields 6) Review of City Funding to the Ottawa School of Speech and Drama details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - ANNUAL REPORT AND DETAILED AUDIT REPORTS
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) 2015 WORK PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS subsequent to Finance and Economic Development Committee’s consideration of this report at its meeting of March 3, 2015, additional information has come forward from the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA), with respect to the allocation of honorarium and expenses attributed to one of the MVCA Board members; and WHEREAS specifically, the report indicated that MVCA member J. Karau had received $2,519 in Honorarium and $3,374 in Expenses in 2014, when in fact J. Karau had received $4,049 in Honorarium and $1,844 in Expenses; and WHEREAS Subsection 284.(1)(c) of the Municipal Act, 2001, stipulates that the City Treasurer must provide Council with an itemized statement on remuneration and expenses paid to each person appointed by Council to serve as a member of any body, including a local board; and WHEREAS it is important that this itemized statement correctly identify the amounts paid to Council appointees in terms of Honorarium and Expenses THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Co details 2014 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Approve the amendments to the Agreement of Purchase and Sale and Option to Repurchase Agreement as set out in Document 1 of the report to enable Centre Multi-Services Francophone de l’Ouest d’Ottawa to proceed with the legal close of the property at 2720 Richmond Road for the construction of its proposed multi-service community centre; and 2. Delegate authority to the Director, Real Estate Partnerships and Development Office to negotiate, conclude and execute on behalf of the City, with the concurrence of the City Clerk and Solicitor, all of the necessary legal agreements required to conclude the previously approved sale transaction, within the revised legal and financial parameters. details AMENDMENT OF THE TERMS OF SALE OF 2720 RICHMOND ROAD, FORMER GRANT ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL TO CENTRE MULTISERVICES FRANCOPHONE DE L'OUEST (CMFO) INCLUDING APPROVAL OF FIRST MORTGAGE ON THE PROPERTY
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate Broadview Public School, 590 Broadview Avenue, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 6. details DESIGNATION OF BROADVIEW PUBLIC SCHOOL, 590 BROADVIEW AVENUE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0017 recommends refusal of an amendment to the Official Plan for 443, 445 and 447 McArthur Avenue to provide an exception to Policy 6 of Section 3.6.3, Mainstreets, to permit a limited automobile service station; and WHEREAS Report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0017 recommends refusal of an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 443, 445 and 447 McArthur Avenue to add an exception to the current Traditional Mainstreet zoning to permit a limited automobile service station use; and WHEREAS Planning Committee did not support the staff recommendation to refuse the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment for 443, 445, and 447 McArthur Avenue; and WHEREAS Planning Committee passed a motion that the staff recommendation be deleted; that the Official Plan Amendment and rezoning application be approved; and that staff be directed to bring forward the details of the Official Plan Amendment and rezoning when the matter rises to Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council a details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 443, 445 AND 447 MCARTHUR AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 443, 445 AND 447 MCARTHUR AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the 2014 Annual Report pursuant to the Building Code Act. details 2014 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO THE BUILDING CODE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 469 TERRY FOX DRIVE
Yes Yes Motion To: details AMENDMENTS TO THE DRAFT MATURE NEIGHBOURHOODS BY-LAW 2012-147 - ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD MEDIATED SETTLEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details LEVEL CROSSING CLOSURE GRANT FOR BROOKFIELD MULTI-USE PATHWAY
Yes Yes Motion To: details RURAL ASSOCIATION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM AND RURAL COMMUNITY-BUILDING GRANT PROGRAM UPDATES
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3981 FARMVIEW ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4045 HIGHWAY 17
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 101 SPINDRIFT CIRCLE, PART OF 589 CHRISCRAFT WAY AND 804 PERCIVAL CRESCENT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2227 YORKS CORNERS ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: details AUDIT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: details INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUB-COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 890-900 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 852 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 235-241 BANK STREET AND 318-320 LISGAR STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details APPLICATION TO ALTER 110 STANLEY AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Yes Yes Motion To: details DESIGNATION OF ST. ANNE'S RECTORY, 17 MYRAND AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3180 AND 3196 ALBION ROAD SOUTH, AND A PORTION OF 2059 BANK STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details SETTLEMENT - TERRY FOX DRIVE SCHOOL SITE
Yes Yes Motion To: details RE-PURPOSING OF CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKING FUNDS - 99 PARKDALE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 154 O'CONNOR STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1110 FISHER AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: details PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO BY-LAW 2014-239 - DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY - STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM - NEIGHBOURHOOD 5 AND CHANNELIZATION (AREA E-6)
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review report contained the following recommendation with respect to the Built Heritage Sub-Committee’s mandate: “That the mandate of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee be expanded to include the ability to comment on Heritage Overlay matters after April 1, 2015, the ability for staff to consult on matters related to the built heritage portfolio, and to permit other Standing Committees to refer matters to the Built Heritage Sub-Committee, as outlined in this report” And whereas the Built Heritage Sub-Committee has deferred consideration of its Terms of Reference; And whereas the governance report also referenced the need to develop the specific details of timelines and processes required for this broader mandate, to be determined by the BSHC with input from staff during a facilitated session, which is scheduled to take place on March 6, 2015; Therefore Be It Resolved That the timeline for developing a process that will enable the Built Heritage Sub-C details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a consent to sever issued by the Committee of Adjustment in respect of 50 Capilano Drive will lapse before the next meeting of Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion. WHEREAS a new curling facility is to be constructed at 50 Capilano Drive; and WHEREAS until the construction is complete the existing facility is to continue in operation; and WHEREAS the existing facility will be located upon a parcel to be severed pursuant to a consent to sever granted by the Committee of Adjustment; and WHEREAS the applicable municipal development charges for the new facility pending the demolition of the existing facility would be $319,819.20; and WHEREAS, with the applicable credits, if the existing facility had been demolished, the municipal development charges payable would be $117,571.19; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That an agreement be authorized to be entered into between the City and City View Curling Club pr details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider the following motion, due to the fact that the Finance and Economic Development Committee is scheduled to consider its first debenture by-law at its meeting of April 2, 2013: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review report recommended the elimination of the Debenture Committee and the transfer of its responsibilities to the Finance and Economic Development Committee; and WHEREAS, accordingly, the Finance and Economic Development Committee’s Terms of Reference, approved by Council on February 11, 2015, included a new section on “Debentures” under the heading “Specific Responsibilities”; and WHEREAS, upon a further review of these Terms of Reference by staff in Finance and Legal Services there was a desire to include greater specificity with respect to the delegated authority granted through the new Delegation of Authority By-law (By-law No. 2014-435); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT bullet 1 under “Debentures” be amended by add details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived as, prior to the next Council meeting, the changes to federal and provincial funding for some day programs arising from the renewed Federal Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS) will come into effect on April 1, 2015, in order to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the movement to the implementation of the Housing First approach has resulted in a change to the overall operational structure for some of the community’s day programs; and WHEREAS the City recognizes the important community service provided by day programs partners, who provide hot meals, snacks and emergency food clothing, personal hygiene supplies, laundry, showers and much more to people who rely on the additional services and support; and WHEREAS the City wants to recognize that the sector is under severe strain given the funding which has been flatlined since early 2000s and therefore, is not in a position to absorb sudden changes in overall funding and contracts; and WHEREAS City sta details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEAREAS the time-sensitive nature of what is to be considered; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the rules be suspended to consider a motion on the Ottawa Senators. WHEAREAS City Council has formally recognized Elgin Street as the “Sens Mile” in 2010 and 2013, approving the installation of commemorative signs to support the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Senators were 14 points out of the playoffs in early February; and WHEREAS the team has been on a historic streak in their last 21 games; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Senators are now in a playoff position with 10 games left to play; and ? WHEREAS Council wishes to assist residents to support the Club’s drive to the Stanley Cup Playoffs; and WHEREAS the current undefeated streak by Ottawa Senators goalie Andrew Hammond ties one all time NHL record and could beat a second one within days; and WHEREAS this means the senators run is exceptional in history; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Ottawa install the “Sens Mile details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS a consent to sever issued by the Committee of Adjustment in respect of 50 Capilano Drive will lapse before the next meeting of Council; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion. WHEREAS a new curling facility is to be constructed at 50 Capilano Drive; and WHEREAS until the construction is complete the existing facility is to continue in operation; and WHEREAS the existing facility will be located upon a parcel to be severed pursuant to a consent to sever granted by the Committee of Adjustment; and WHEREAS the applicable municipal development charges for the new facility pending the demolition of the existing facility would be $319,819.20; and WHEREAS, with the applicable credits, if the existing facility had been demolished, the municipal development charges payable would be $117,571.19; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That an agreement be authorized to be entered into between the City and City View Curling Club pr 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, due to the fact that the Finance and Economic Development Committee is scheduled to consider its first debenture by-law at its meeting of April 2, 2013: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review report recommended the elimination of the Debenture Committee and the transfer of its responsibilities to the Finance and Economic Development Committee; and WHEREAS, accordingly, the Finance and Economic Development Committee’s Terms of Reference, approved by Council on February 11, 2015, included a new section on “Debentures” under the heading “Specific Responsibilities”; and WHEREAS, upon a further review of these Terms of Reference by staff in Finance and Legal Services there was a desire to include greater specificity with respect to the delegated authority granted through the new Delegation of Authority By-law (By-law No. 2014-435); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT bullet 1 under “Debentures” be amended by add details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived as, prior to the next Council meeting, the changes to federal and provincial funding for some day programs arising from the renewed Federal Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS) will come into effect on April 1, 2015, in order to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the movement to the implementation of the Housing First approach has resulted in a change to the overall operational structure for some of the community’s day programs; and WHEREAS the City recognizes the important community service provided by day programs partners, who provide hot meals, snacks and emergency food clothing, personal hygiene supplies, laundry, showers and much more to people who rely on the additional services and support; and WHEREAS the City wants to recognize that the sector is under severe strain given the funding which has been flatlined since early 2000s and therefore, is not in a position to absorb sudden changes in overall funding and contracts; and WHEREAS City sta details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEAREAS the time-sensitive nature of what is to be considered; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the rules be suspended to consider a motion on the Ottawa Senators. WHEAREAS City Council has formally recognized Elgin Street as the “Sens Mile” in 2010 and 2013, approving the installation of commemorative signs to support the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Senators were 14 points out of the playoffs in early February; and WHEREAS the team has been on a historic streak in their last 21 games; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Senators are now in a playoff position with 10 games left to play; and ? WHEREAS Council wishes to assist residents to support the Club’s drive to the Stanley Cup Playoffs; and WHEREAS the current undefeated streak by Ottawa Senators goalie Andrew Hammond ties one all time NHL record and could beat a second one within days; and WHEREAS this means the senators run is exceptional in history; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Ottawa install the “Sens Mile details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2015-03-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That City Council, as Committee of the Whole, receive and consider the Draft 2015 Operating and Capital Budgets as recommended by the Committee of Adjustment, Crime Prevention Ottawa, the Ottawa Board of Health, the Ottawa Police Services Board, the Ottawa Public Library Board and by the Standing Committees, Transit Commission and Sub-Committees of Council, and the 2015 Operating and Capital Budgets-Rate Supported as recommended by the Environment Committee, as listed in the Council Agenda and incorporating all amended pages, including amended pages 22 and 23 of the Community and Protective Services Committee Budget book; and that further, Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, receive and consider the following motion: That the Committee of the Whole recommends that Council: 1. Receive the City Treasurer’s verbal update on information received subsequent to the tabling of the draft budgets; 2. Approve the 2015 Draft Operating Budget for the Committee of Adjustment; 3. Approve the 2015 D details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Council has established a Winter Maintenance Reserve to smooth fluctuations in the operating budget requirement for winter maintenance and snow removal by funding cost overruns that may result from above-average winter maintenance expenditures and this Reserve, after three years of running deficits in winter operations, has a current balance of $2.1 million; and WHEREAS, during the Transportation Committee’s review of the 2015 Draft Operating and Capital budgets, the current challenges with respect to the City’s Winter Maintenance Reserve were recognized, with specific reference to the fact that this Reserve would be completely depleted if not for a number of one-time revenues that were found in 2014 to cover a $15-million deficit; and WHEREAS financial results from the first two months of the 2015 winter appear to be very similar to the 2014 winter, which are anticipated to result in all of the funds in the Winter Maintenance Reserve being used again in 2015; and WHEREAS, subsequen details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Planning Act, section 42 permits the utilization of cash-in-lieu of parkland funds for the acquisition of land to be used for park or other public recreational purposes, including the erection, improvement or repair of buildings and the acquisition of machinery for park or other public recreational purposes; and WHEREAS current Council policy does not permit the utilization of cash-in-lieu of parkland funds for any costs associated with lifecycle replacement that is not designed to increase the capacity or usability of existing infrastructure but such expenditures are eligible for such funding under the Planning Act section 42; and WHEREAS staff has indicated that they will be bringing forward a report in the spring that will provide an analysis of the current cash-in-lieu of parkland funds, as well as recommendations with respect to permitting the utilization of these funds for lifecycle replacement costs; and WHEREAS it is also deemed desirable to permit that cash-in-lieu of parkl details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
No Yes Motion To: WHEREAS, although it is recognized that the City’s budget process has been developed and refined over a number of years based on past practice and experience, there is always value in reviewing those practices to see if there can be further improvement; and WHEREAS there may be useful lessons learned from this year’s process especially for those Members of Council who have gone through the City’s budget process for the first time, such as (but not limited to) the desirability for budget documents to be more user-friendly, the identification of unfunded pressures and consideration to improving the budget public consultation process and initiating it before the budget directions are set, and WHEREAS it is expected that the process for the development of the 2016 Draft Operating and Capital Budget will begin within a matter of months; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to conduct a budget survey (electronic or in-person) for all Members of Council about all aspects of the 2015 b details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes No Motion To: Refer the Councillors Brockington and Nussbaum motion to the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting of April 7, 2015. details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Transportation Committee
2015-03-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details IMPROVING VEHICLE SAFETY AND THE CITY'S COMMERCIAL VEHICLE OPERATOR'S REGISTRATION RATING
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by Councillor C. McKenney That Transportation Committee recommend that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Transportation Committee 2015 Draft Operating and Capital Budget as follows: 1. The Transportation Committee Operating Budget (p. 5) as follows: a) General Manager’s Office - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 7); b) Business Services - Operating Resource Requirement (p. 10); c) Traffic Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 17); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 13); d) Roads Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 21); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 18); e) Parking Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 25-36); ii) Parking Operations Operating Resource Requirement (p. 22); f) Fleet Services, as follows: i) User Fees (p. 41); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 37); g) Transportation Planning Operating Resource Requirement (p. 44). 2. The Transportation Committee Capital Program (pgs. 48-51) as follows: a) Fleet Services (p. 52) [individual proje details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
City Council
2015-02-25
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details The Minutes of the regular meeting of 11 February 2015 were confirmed.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details POLICE SERVICES BOARD ACTIVITY, TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE - 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve that the Environment Committee meet eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings and that the Environment Committee meeting schedule be reviewed during the mid-term governance review. details ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details UPDATE ON PLASCO LONG-TERM WASTE CONVERSION AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED That Council: 1.Receive the Rideau/Arts Precinct Public Realm Plan (see Document 1) as a guide for implementing public realm improvements in conjunction with development initiatives and/or capital projects in the area, subject to funding being secured through yearly capital budget cycles or from other sources or through the development review and approval process, as outlined in this report; 2.Delegate authority to the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Infrastructure with the consent of the Mayor and Ward Councillor, to approve the functional design being prepared using existing resources for the Rideau Street realignment and improvements and for the conversion of Nicholas Street between Rideau and Besserer Streets to an open air pedestrian mall consistent with the concept shown in Document 1; and, 3. Approve that when a report is submitted to Council that outlines the prospect of the future spending of capital dollars, that such a report also contain a detai details RIDEAU/ARTS PRECINCT PUBLIC REALM PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REVISED BY-LAW NO. 2009-95 AND UTILIZATION OF CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND FUNDS POLICY TO IMPLEMENT THE PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 845 CARLING AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 566 Hilson Avenue and 148 Clare Street to permit a nine-unit residential development (seven townhouse units and two semi-detached units), as detailed in Document 2. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 566 HILSON AVENUE AND 148 CLARE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details LICENSE OF OCCUPATION FOR STORMWATER POND 4 - MAPLE GROVE FACILITY LANDS
Yes Yes Motion To: COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION That Council approve a Transit Commission meeting schedule of eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings, and that the Transit Commission meeting schedule be reviewed during the Mid-term Governance Review. details TRANSIT COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details REVISIONS TO BOUNDARY OF URBAN TRANSIT AREA FOR 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - RON RACETTE ARENA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS - ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT
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 APPOINTMENTS TO THE URBAN AND SUBURBAN PANELS OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 948 HUNT CLUB ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1780 HERON ROAD
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 DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2014 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 FOR TRANSIT SERVICES
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; 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; 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, 2015, to be International Women’s Day in the City of Ottawa. details
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; 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; 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, 2015, 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 this motion at today’s meeting, as the next Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) meeting for the Board of Directors will be on March 18, 2015 and there is not another regular Council meeting scheduled until March 25, 2015. WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has a total of four members on the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA); and WHEREAS the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) held its 47th Annual Meeting on February 18th, 2015; and WHEREAS the MVCA approved the following motion: “Resolved, That membership on the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority be based on Canadian Census Data effective immediately.”; and WHEREAS as a result of the above-noted motion, the City of Ottawa is now entitled to 5 positions on the Board; and WHEREAS Janet Mason was appointed by Council on February 11th, 2015 as a reserve member to the MVCA; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoint Janet Mason for the additional se details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Environment Committee
2015-02-17
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details Minutes 34 - September 16, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommended that the Environment Committee meet eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings; and WHEREAS the Environment Committee received presentations from staff and from public delegations; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment Committee approve meeting eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings; AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment Committee meeting schedule be reviewed during the mid-term governance review. details ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommended that the Environment Committee meet eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings; and WHEREAS the Environment Committee received presentations from staff and from public delegations; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment Committee approve meeting eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings; AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment Committee meeting schedule be reviewed during the mid-term governance review. details ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Plasco Energy Group has obtained an order (the “Initial Order”) from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) approving its application under the federal Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act in respect of Plasco Energy Group Inc. and its affiliates/subsidiaries; and WHEREAS the report entitled, Update on Plasco Long-Term Waste Conversion Agreement, states in the Financial Implications section, “At the time of writing this report, Plasco had an outstanding balance owing to the City of $27,824. It is not known at this time how much of this will be recovered”; and WHEREAS Finance staff further reviewed the Plasco Energy Group file and indicated that as of Wednesday, February 11, 2015, it is the City that owes Plasco in the amount of $15,017.31; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report entitled, Update on Plasco Long-Term Waste Conversion Agreement, be amended to delete the sentences, “At the time of writing this report, Plasco had an outstanding balance owing to th details UPDATE ON PLASCO LONG-TERM WASTE CONVERSION AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Environment Committee recommend to Council: Receive the Summary of Waste Technologies and Approaches memorandum dated December 18, 2014 prepared by HDR Consultants and attached to this report; Receive the evaluation of the Residual Waste Management Alternative Technologies Request for Information; Approve the termination of the Long-Term Waste Conversion Agreement and Ancillary Agreements with the Plasco Energy Group (Plasco) as further described in the report; Approve that the City Manager be given delegated authority to terminate the Lease for the Plasco Demonstration Facility and any related agreements and take any necessary action in relation thereto, subject to the concurrence of the City Clerk and Solicitor, in the event that (a) one or more events occur which permit the City to terminate the Lease and any related agreements, or (b) if the City and Plasco agree on terms for termination which are within the existing legal and financial parameters previously approved by Council; an details UPDATE ON PLASCO LONG-TERM WASTE CONVERSION AGREEMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Environment Committee recommends that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Environment Committee 2015 Draft Operating and Capital Budget (tax-supported) as follows: 1. Infrastructure Services as follows: i) User Fees (p. 11-12); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 8). 2. Environmental Services as follows: i) Policy and Programs Operating Resource Requirement (p. 16); 3. Solid Waste Services as follows: i) User Fees (p. 26-27); ii) Operating Resource Requirements (p. 22); 4. Public Works-Forestry Services as follows: i) User Fees (p. 34); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 31). 5. Capital Budget as follows: i) Environment (p. 38) [individual projects listed p.39]; ii) Solid Waste (p. 40) [individual project listed p. 41-43]. details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Environment Committee recommend Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the draft 2015 Rate Operating and Capital Budgets at its meeting of March 11, 2015, as follows: 1. Drinking Water Services as follows: i) User Fees (p. 9-12); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 5); iii) Capital Budget (p. 38) [individual projects listed p.36-65]; 2. Sanitary Services as follows: i) User Fees (p. 19); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (p. 15); iii) Capital Budget (p. 87) [individual projects listed p. 88-127]. 3. Stormwater Services as follows: i) User Fees (p. 25-26); ii) Operating Resource Requirements (p. 22). 4. Integrated Capital Program Budget as follows: i) Integrated Water and Wastewater (p. 66) [individual projects listed p. 67-70]; ii) Integrated Roads, Water and Wastewater (p. 71) [individual projects listed p. 72-86]. details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the Environment Committee Terms of Reference report (ACS2015-CMR-CCB-0038) referenced as item 4 on the Environment Committee agenda contained errors, both in the body of the report and in Document 1; and Whereas a revised version of the report was circulated to Members of Council on Friday, February 13, 2015 which corrected the following errors: • References to the “Transit Commission” within the Supporting Documentation and Disposition sections of the report were replaced with “Environment Committee”; • In Document 1, under ‘Specific Responsibilities’, bullet #8 was amended to replace the words “Environmental Sustainability Branch” with “Environmental Services Department”; and • In Document 1, under Specific Responsibilities’, bullet #9 was amended by deleting the words “including those related to “Choosing Our Future”. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Environment Committee recommend Council approve the revised version of the report, as circulated to details ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 6 FEBRUARY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2013 DRINKING WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details TRANSCANADA ENERGY EAST APPLICATION - NATIONAL ENERGY BOARD - UPDATE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-02-12
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Absent Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Absent Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details BUILT HERITAGE OVERVIEW
Absent Yes Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner l’école publique Broadview, située au 590, avenue Broadview, en vertu de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, conformément à la déclaration de valeur patrimoniale ci-jointe en tant que document 6. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate Broadview Public School, 590 Broadview Avenue, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 6. details DESIGNATION OF BROADVIEW PUBLIC SCHOOL, 590 BROADVIEW AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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 en vue de modifier le 110, avenue Stanley, conformément aux plans soumis par Christopher Simmonds Architect le 9 janvier 2015; 2. de délivrer le permis pour biens patrimoniaux, d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance; 3. de déléguer au directeur général, Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance, le pouvoir d’approuver des modifications mineures; (Nota : La période de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, obligatoire aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, expirera le 9 avril 2015.) (Nota : L’autorisation de modifier cette propriété en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario ne signifie pas que la demande respecte nécessairement les exigences relatives à la délivrance d’un permis de construire.) That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Counci details APPLICATION TO ALTER 110 STANLEY AVENUE, 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 Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil d’émettre un avis d’intention de désigner le 17, avenue Myrand 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 comme document 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a notice of intention to designate 17 Myrand Avenue under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5. details DESIGNATION OF ST. ANNE'S RECTORY, 17 MYRAND AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2015-02-11
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS - OTTAWA BOARD OF HEALTH
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS - OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD
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 NOMINATION OF MR. DOUG THOMPSON AS CITY OF OTTAWA REPRESENTATIVE ON RIDEAU CORRIDOR LANDSCAPE STRATEGY STEERING COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREASminor errors to the report for the 2014 Zoning Review (ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0227) have been identified that require correction, including minor wording, punctuation and other corrections to Document 5 and Document 6; AND WHEREASat the Planning Committee meeting of November 25, 2014, staff was directed to review the public submissions either made at Committee or submitted to Committee, as well as motions submitted by Councillors, and report to Council by way of a memorandum that indicates which submissions and motions staff can recommend for adoption and which submissions and motions staff do not recommend for adoption, with a rationale, with the memorandum submitted to Council for its first meeting of February, 2015; AND WHEREASstaff has undertaken the review as directed by Planning Committee and recommends that Council approve the changes set out in this motion; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDthat Council approve minor wording, punctuation and other corrections in Document 5 and Document 6 to Repor details 2014 ZONING REVIEW: OFFICIAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR MAJOR HUBS AND CORRIDORS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014PAI-PGM-0227 recommends zoning changes to lands along Bronson Avenue and to selected properties fronting on side streets within the Bronson Avenue corridor; AND WHEREAS the TM (Traditional Mainstreet) zone permits a building height of up to twenty (20) metres but not more than six (6) storeys and non-residential uses on all properties; AND WHEREAS based on discussions with residents of the community, the maximum height of development on the east side of Bronson Avenue between Renfrew Avenue and Clemow Avenue should be limited to 14.5 metres and non-residential uses limited to lots having frontage on Bronson Avenue; AND WHEREAS based on discussions with residents of the community, lots included within the Bronson Avenue Traditional Mainstreet corridor but that do not abut Bronson Avenue and which front on side streets should have their heights restricted to ensure an appropriate height transition to the neighbouring residential area, and furthermore these lots should be res details 2014 ZONING REVIEW: OFFICIAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR MAJOR HUBS AND CORRIDORS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014PAI-PGM-0227 recommends zoning changes to lands along Hawthorne Avenue and Echo Drive; AND WHEREAS the TM (Traditional Mainstreet) zone permits a building height of up to twenty (20) metres but not more than six (6) storeys; AND WHEREAS based on discussions with residents of the community, the maximum height of development on the south side of Hawthorne Avenue between Colonel By Drive and Main Street should be limited to 14.5 metres; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Documents 5 and 6 of Report ACS2014PAI-PGM-0227 be amended as follows: 1) Amend Document 5 – Maps Illustrating Recommended Zoning, item 6 – Main Street Rezoning Review Area, Map 1 by adding the height suffix H(14.5) to the proposed zoning for Areas B, C and D within the legend which affects the proposed zoning for 223 Echo Drive and 8, 12, 20, 24, 26, 30, 34, 40, 44, and 48 Hawthorne Avenue. 2) Amend Document 6 - Details of Recommended Zoning, item 10 under the heading “Area Specific Amendments”, and more details 2014 ZONING REVIEW: OFFICIAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR MAJOR HUBS AND CORRIDORS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0227 recommends zoning changes to introduce Traditional Mainstreet zoning on various properties located along Preston Street in conformance with the Official Plan direction; AND WHEREAS the TM (Traditional Mainstreet) zone permits a building height of up to twenty (20) metres but not more than six (6) storeys and a variety of residential and non-residential uses; AND WHEREAS based on discussions with residents of the community, an alternative zoning approach is preferred for the portion of Preston Street north of Somerset Street to Albert Street; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Documents 5 and 6 of Report ACS2014PAI-PGM-0227 be amended as follows: 1) Amend Document 5 – Maps Illustrating Recommended Zoning, by deleting Areas A, B and C in their entirety, from item 10 – Preston Street Rezoning Review Area, Map 1, as shown on Attachment 1. 2) Amend Document 6 - Details of Recommended Zoning, item 10 under the heading “Area Specific Amendments”, and more specifi details 2014 ZONING REVIEW: OFFICIAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR MAJOR HUBS AND CORRIDORS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be approved as amended as per the previous motions. details 2014 ZONING REVIEW: OFFICIAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR MAJOR HUBS AND CORRIDORS
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Planning Committee Terms of Reference listed as Document 1 in the report contain the following references: • Bullet 1a under “General Responsibilities” – “Applicable branches within the “Infrastructure Services and Community Sustainability” portfolio; • Bullet 6 under “General Responsibilities” – “Receive reports from staff regarding the exercise of delegated authority (By-law 2009-231) on items within the Committee’s mandate;” and • Bullet 17 under “Specific Responsibilities – Heritage” – “Make recommendations to Council on heritage protection within the urban boundary through applications and proposals brought forward by the Ottawa Built Heritage Advisory Committee for designation under the Ontario Heritage Act as well as other heritage applications;” and WHEREAS all of these references should be updated to reflect: • The portfolio name change made during the previous term of Council from “Infrastructure Services and Community Sustaina details PLANNING COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion. details PLANNING COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 3288 GREENBANK ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALIES AND MINOR CORRECTIONS, Q1-2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - GERRY LINES BOWLING ALLEY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - LELA SCHARF PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MANOTICK BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2014 - 2018 TERMS OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE RIDEAU VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE SOUTH NATION CONSERVATION
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 APPOINTMENTS TO THE RURAL PANEL OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details CASSIDY MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details JOHN TAYLOR MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATION AND RELOCATION
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 2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS - ACCESSIBILITY REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2014 - 2018 TERM OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS - FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
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 COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details 2015 INTERIM PROPERTY TAXES AND DUE DATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY AGREEMENT - OTTAWA INUIT CHILDREN'S CENTRE, 76 QUEEN MARY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 45 MANN AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELDS GRANT' PROGRAM APPLICATION - 7 TO 29 BEECHWOOD AVENUE AND 409 MACKAY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 203 CATHERINE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 236 RICHMOND ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details WAIVER TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - 3812 NORTH BOWESVILLE ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STREET NAME CHANGE: AVENUE FOUNDER AVENUE TO AVENUE ROBERT GRANT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MINOR VARIANCES TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - 3905 INNES ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - AMENDMENT FOR PERMANENT REAL ESTATE INFORMATION SIGNS
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2015-02-05
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council approve its Terms of Reference, as outlined in this report and attached at Document 1. details AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee approve the alternative Regular Meeting location as outlined in this report. details ALTERNATIVE MEETING LOCATION FOR THE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Absent Yes Motion To: details ALTERNATIVE MEETING LOCATION FOR THE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - GERRY LINES BOWLING ALLEY
Absent Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - GERRY LINES BOWLING ALLEY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - LELA SCHARF PARK
Absent Yes Motion To: details COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - LELA SCHARF PARK
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MANOTICK BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2014 - 2018 TERMS OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details STATUS UPDATE - AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 29 JANUARY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE RIDEAU VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENT TO THE SOUTH NATION CONSERVATION
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 APPOINTMENTS TO THE RURAL PANEL OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l'agriculture et des affaires rurales recommande au Conseil d'examiner le présent rapport portant sur une demande de modification à des travaux de drainage et de nommer John van Gaal, ing., de Stantec Consulting Ltd., comme ingénieur chargé de rédiger un rapport en vertu de l’article 76 de la Loi sur le drainage de l’Ontario. That the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council consider this report pertaining to a request for modifications to drainage works and appoint John van Gaal, P.Eng. of Stantec Consulting Ltd. as the Engineer of record to prepare a report in accordance with Section 76 of the Drainage Act. details CASSIDY MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité de l''agriculture et des affaires rurales recommande au Conseil d''examiner le présent rapport portant sur une demande de modification à des travaux de drainage et de relocalisation et de nommer Andy Robinson, ing., de Robinson Consultants Inc., comme ingénieur chargé de rédiger un rapport en vertu de l’article 78 de la Loi sur le drainage de l’Ontario. That the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council consider this report pertaining to a request for modifications and relocation of drainage works and appoint Andy Robinson, P.Eng. of Robinson Consultants Inc. as the Engineer of record to prepare a report in accordance with Section 78 of the Drainage Act. details JOHN TAYLOR MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATION AND RELOCATION
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALIES AND MINOR CORRECTIONS, Q1-2015
Transportation Committee
2015-02-04
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: details CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the Transportation Committee Terms of Reference listed as Document 1 in the report makes reference to the delegation of authority by-law as By-law 2009-231; and Whereas on December 10, 2014, City Council enacted a new Delegation of Authority By-Law (By-law 2014-435); Therefore be it Resolved that the Transportation Committee Terms of Reference be amended by replacing Section 5 under “General Responsibilities” with the following: “5. Receive reports from staff regarding the exercise of delegated authority (By-law 2014-435) on items within the Committee’s mandate.” details TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
City Council
2015-02-04
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 4, 2015, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details MAYOR'S BUDGET ADDRESS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING ESTIMATES - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details 2015 DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET - CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details FTE ANALYSIS REPORT - INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE BUDGET ESTIMATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details DRAFT BOARD OF HEALTH 2015 OPERATING BUDGET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE 2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY: 2015 DRAFT BUDGET ESTIMATES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-02-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: >That the Joint Minutes 3 from the Joint Finance and Economic Development Committee and Governance Renewal Sub-Committee meeting of April 25, 2013 be confirmed. details Joint Minutes 3 - Joint Finance and Economic Development Committee and Governance Renewal Sub-Committee meeting of April 25, 2013.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Minutes 9 from the Debenture Committee meeting of October 17, 2013 be confirmed. details Minutes 9 - Debenture Committee meeting of October 17, 2013
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Minutes 47 from the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting of October 7, 2014 be confirmed. details Minutes 47 - Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting of October 7, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: Whereas the Finance and Economic Development Committee Terms of Reference listed as Document 1 in the report makes references to Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI) and Ottawa Gatineau Film and TV Corporation (OGFT); and Whereas over the 2010-2014 term of Council, these organizations were replaced with Invest Ottawa and the Film and Television Committee respectively; Therefore be it Resolved that the Finance and Economic Development Committee Terms of Reference be amended by replacing Section 36 with the following: “36. Receive advice from, and liaise with economic development stakeholders such as Ottawa Tourism, Ottawa International Airport Authority, Business Improvement Areas, Chambers of Commerce, Academic Institutions, local real estate development community, Invest Ottawa and the Film and Television Committee.” details FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion. details FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report for information. details STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 23 JANUARY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee approve the following: 1. That Councillors Cloutier, McKenney and Qaqish attend the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Annual Conference and Municipal Expo, to be held June 5-8, 2015 in Edmonton, Alberta, in addition to Councillor Tierney in his capacity as the City’s FCM representative; 2. That Councillors Chernushenko, Egli and Hubley attend the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Annual Conference, to be held August 16-19, 2015 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, in addition to Councillor Taylor as the City’s AMO representative; 3. That Councillor El-Chantiry attend the Ontario Good Roads Association/ Rural Ontario Municipal Organization (OGRA/ROMA) combined Annual Conference, to be held February 22-25, 2015 in Toronto, Ontario, in his capacity as the City’s ROMA representative; 4. That Councillor Cloutier attend the Association of Francophone Municipalities of Ontario (AFMO) Annual Conference, to be held on the tentative da details CITY REPRESENTATION AND DELEGATE ATTENDANCE AT FCM, AMO, OGRA/ROMA, AFMO AND CCCO ANNUAL CONFERENCES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council receive this report for information. details 2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS - ACCESSIBILITY REPORT
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve appointments to the following Business Improvement Area Boards of Management, as outlined in Document 1, for the term expiring November 30, 2018: Bank Street BIA Barrhaven BIA ByWard Market BIA Downtown Rideau BIA Glebe BIA Heart of Orléans BIA Kanata North Business Park BIA Preston Street BIA Somerset Street Chinatown BIA Quartier Vanier BIA Wellington West BIA Westboro BIA details BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS - 2014 - 2018 TERMS OF COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the following appointments to the French Language Services Advisory Committee, all terms to be effective upon approval and to expire on 30 November 2018: Raymond Fournier Sonia Gaal Johanne Leroux Jean-Louis Schryburt Paul Lalonde Stephen MacDonald Manon Beaulieu Stephanie Drisdelle Nathalie Vallieres Patrick Ladouceur (Reserve) details APPOINTMENTS - FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Yes Yes Motion To: Further to deliberations of the Selection Panel, that the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the following appointments to the Shaw Centre – Board of Directors with terms to expire on 30 November 2016: Bernie Ashe Mona Fortier Neal Tejwani (Reserve Member 1) David Coletto (Reserve Member 2) details APPOINTMENTS TO THE SHAW CENTRE - BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information. details COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve: 1. That the 2015 interim property tax billing be set at 50% of the 2014 Adjusted/Annualized Taxes as permitted by legislation; 2. That the following tax due dates be approved for 2015: i. Interim: March 19, 2015 ii. Final: June 18, 2015; 3. That the penalty and interest percentage charge on overdue and unpaid tax arrears remain at the rate of 1.25% per month (15% per year) unchanged from 2014; and 4. That Council enact a by-law in the form attached as Document 1 to establish the 2015 interim taxes, tax due dates, penalty and interest charges. details 2015 INTERIM PROPERTY TAXES AND DUE DATES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information. details DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve: 1. The designation of 76 Queen Mary Street as a Municipal Capital Facility for purposes related to the provision of social and health related programs to the Inuit community pursuant to section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and as defined in Ontario Regulation 603/06, as amended; and 2. The implementation of this designation by a Municipal Capital Facility Agreement (MCFA) between the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre as provided in Document 1, where the term of the Agreement effective on approval of the attached by-law by Council to December 31, 2019 or until it ceases to operate and provide the same services to the Inuit community within the City of Ottawa under the provisions of the MCFA at that location, whichever event occurs first; and, 3. The enactment of an associated by-law for the exemption of taxes for municipal and school purposes in accordance with the requirements of section 110 o details MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY AGREEMENT - OTTAWA INUIT CHILDREN'S CENTRE, 76 QUEEN MARY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Program application for Property Tax Assistance and a Development Charge Reduction Program application submitted by 45 Mann Avenue Facility Inc., owner of the property at 45 Mann Avenue, for a brownfields rehabilitation grant not to exceed $814,932 over a maximum of three years, subject to the establishment of, and in accordance with, the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement; 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with 45 Mann Facility Inc, establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the brownfields grant for the redevelopment of 45 Mann Avenue, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer; and 3. Resolve to exempt the proposed redevelopment of 45 Mann Avenue from paying future municipa details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 45 MANN AVENUE INC.
Yes Yes Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program application submitted by Minto (Beechwood) Inc., owner of the property at 7 to 29 Beechwood Avenue and 409 MacKay Street, for a brownfields rehabilitation grant not to exceed $1,794,765 over 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. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with Minto (Beechwood) Inc, establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant for the redevelopment of 7 to 29 Beechwood and 409 MacKay Street, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer; and 3. Resolve to exempt the proposed redevelopment of 7 to 29 Beechwood Avenue and 409 MacK details BROWNFIELDS GRANT' PROGRAM APPLICATION - 7 TO 29 BEECHWOOD AVENUE AND 409 MACKAY STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program application submitted by SOBA Ottawa Inc., owner of the property at 203 Catherine Street, for a brownfields rehabilitation grant not to exceed $942,537 over a maximum of five years, subject to the establishment of, and in accordance with, the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement; 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with SOBA Ottawa Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the brownfields rehabilitation grant for the redevelopment of 203 Catherine Street, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer; and 3. Resolve to exempt the proposed redevelopment of 203 Catherine Street from paying future municipal development charges up to a maximum of $453 details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 203 CATHERINE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program application submitted by Tweedsmuir and Main Urban Properties Inc., owner of the property at 236 Richmond Road, for a brownfields rehabilitation grant not to exceed $709,735 over 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. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with Tweedsmuir and Main Urban Properties Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the brownfields rehabilitation grant for the redevelopment of 236 Richmond Road, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer; and 3. Resolve to exempt the proposed redevelopment of 236 Richmond Road from paying future municipal deve details BROWNFIELDS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATION - 236 RICHMOND ROAD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee declare the property municipally identified as 2998 Dumaurier Avenue, described as Parts 1 and 6 on Plan 4R-13946, shown hatched on Document 1, as surplus to the City’s requirements. details SURPLUS LAND DECLARATION - 2998 DUMAURIER AVENUE
City Council
2015-01-28
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATION That Council receive this report for information. details STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 23 JANUARY 2015
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATION That, further to deliberations of the Selection Panel, Council approve the following appointments to the Ottawa Public Library Board, including waiver of Section 2.1 of the Appointment Policy as described in this report, all terms to be effective upon Council approval and to expire with the term of Council: Steven Begg André Bergeron Kathy Fisher Allan Higdon Pamela Sweet Heather Chiasson (Reserve member 1) Rebecca Murray (Reserve member 2) Jeremy Wittet (Reserve member 3) details APPOINTMENTS TO THE OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO THE TRANSIT COMMISSION
No Yes Motion To: That Council: 1. Approve the application to alter 187 Billings Avenue, according to the drawings submitted on October 23, 2014 by Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Incorporated. 2. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance. 3. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on February 6, 2015.) (Note: Approval to alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a building permit.) details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CHARLES BILLINGS HOUSE, 187 BILLINGS AVENUE, 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 DEMOLISH 140 HOWICK STREET - 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 U-Pass program has been successfully implemented at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University since 2010 and at Saint Paul University since 2013, following successful referenda of their respective student bodies; and WHEREAS these institutions have expressed support for the program’s continuation beyond the expiration of existing agreements in 2015; and WHEREAS the Algonquin Students’ Association has confirmed its successful referendum for the introduction of the U-Pass in the 2015-2016 academic year and beyond, and the Algonquin College administration has advised of upcoming internal approval requirements for implementation of the U-Pass; and WHEREAS the U-Pass program can be expanded at Algonquin College to also include students enrolled in full-time courses of study over the Spring/Summer Semester (May 1 to August 31), which may also be of interest to full-time students and the administration at other participating institutions; and WHEREAS other post-secondary educati details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS developing community pride in our new communities is important and our parks in Kanata South are a visual tangible reminder of the many reasons we can be proud more; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s emergency services recommends distinct park names in order to avoid miscommunications during emergency dispatching and response; and WHEREAS the name ‘Proudmore Romina Park’ is not a commemorative name and does not fall under the commemorative naming process and emergency services has cleared the name ‘Proudmore’ for the purposes of 911; and WHEREAS the Bridlewood Community Association and the Trailwest Community Association have been consulted on the proposed name; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Romina Park, which fronts onto Romina Street in Bridlewood Trails, be renamed to ‘Proudmore Romina Park’. details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the upcoming promotional signs-related approvals required for Ottawa 2017, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the year 2017 will mark Canada’s 150th anniversary, a significant occasion in the nation’s history and for the City of Ottawa as the nation’s capital; and, WHEREAS in 2013, with support from the Mayor and councillors, the Ottawa 2017 Task Force was created to guide and support the Ottawa 2017 celebrations and is a key participant in the planning of a full 12 months of artistic, cultural, sporting, social, and other activities and events for residents, businesses, and visitors to the City; and, WHEREAS it is deemed desirable on a City-wide basis to provide some flexibility within the City’s existing by-laws that regulate signs to accommodate appropriate Ottawa 2017 promotional signage that contains no sponsorship information and no commercial advertising such as the use of signs such as vinyl and mesh banners in a variety of si details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-01-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
No 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 187, avenue Billings, conformément aux dessins soumis le 23 octobre 2014 par la firme Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Incorporated. 2. de délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine dont la date d’expiration est fixée à deux ans après la date de délivrance. 3. de déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications conceptuelles mineures. (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 6 février 2015.) 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 details APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CHARLES BILLINGS HOUSE, 187 BILLINGS AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Yes Yes Motion To: Que le Comité consultatif sur le patrimoine bâti d’Ottawa recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil d’approuver la démolition de l’immeuble situé au 140, rue Howick dans le district de conservation du patrimoine de Rockcliffe Park. (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 6 avril 2015.) 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 that Planning Committee recommend that Council approve the demolition of the building at 140 Howick Street in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on April 6, 2015.) (Note: details APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH 140 HOWICK STREET - A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-12-10
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Mayor’s remarks given at the Inaugural Ceremony on December 1, 2014, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting. details ROLL CALL
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve the directions and timetable for developing and approving the 2015 budget, as outlined in this report. details 2015 PROPOSED BUDGET DIRECTION AND TIMETABLE
Yes Yes Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve the following: 1. Designate the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation’s (OCHC) affordable housing stock as municipal capital housing facilities as permitted under Section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and as defined in section 2(1)18. of the Ontario Regulation 603/06 as amended; 2.Implement this designation by a Municipal Capital Facilities Agreement (MCFA) between the City of Ottawa and OCHC (Document 1) and enact the associated by-laws (Document 2 and 3); 3.Direct the General Manager, Community and Social Services Department, to reduce the annual subsidy provided by the City to OCHC, pursuant to an operating agreement, by the amount of the municipal property tax savings to OCHC generated through the property tax exemption recommended by this report, to ensure that there is no net impact on the City’s operating budget; 4.OCHC is required to redirect the savings from the education portion of the property taxes, generated through the property tax e details DESIGNATING OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION'S AFFORDABLE HOUSING STOCK AS MUNICIPAL CAPITAL HOUSING FACILITIES EXEMPT FROM MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL PROPERTY TAXES
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, SUB-COMMITTEES AND TRANSIT COMMISSION - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: That recommendation 11 with respect to appointments to the Selection Panel for the Ottawa Public Library Board be amended to appoint Councillor Tim Tierney, replacing Councillor Catherine McKenney. details APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2014-2018 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 - 2014-2018 COUNCIL
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details APPOINTMENTS TO EXTERNAL AGENCIES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the proposed development has been revised to lower the height of that part of the building containing the parking garage to 1.2 metres above grade at the highest point; AND WHEREAS it is proposed to capture this new height within the Zoning By-law Amendment proposed; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. Document 2, Details of Recommended Zoning of report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0178, be amended as follows: i. By replacing text, - The minimum rear yard setback is 0 metres for any part of the building 1.5 metres in height or less and 7.5 metres for any part of the building above 1.5 metres in height. - The minimum interior side yard setback is 0 metres for any part of the building 1.5 metres or less in height and 1.5 metres for any part of the building above 1.5 metres in height. With the text, - The minimum rear yard setback is 0 metres for any part of the building 1.2 metres in height or less and 7.5 metres for any part of the building above 1.2 metres in height. - The minimum eastern interior sid details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
No No Motion To: That this item be REFERRED to the Planning Committee details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
Yes No Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s). details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the reasons for refusal for 67 Marquette and related addresses be as follows: 1- The number of units represents more intensity than is appropriate 2- Adverse impacts due to parking details ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details EXEMPTION FOR SITE PLAN CONTROL - 155 CLARE STREET
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details ZONING - ANOMALY - 460 ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD
Yes Yes Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent. details MURAL ON 264 FOURTH AVENUE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie 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, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTION NO. 2/8
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details MOTION NO. 2/8
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Seconded by Councillor S. Moffatt
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Seconded by Councillor S. Moffatt
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the ?Ontario Minister of Environment has approved the Source Protection Plans for both the Mississippi-Rideau and the Raisin'South Nation Source Water Protection Regions; and,
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the ?Ontario Minister of Environment has approved the Source Protection Plans for both the Mississippi-Rideau and the Raisin'South Nation Source Water Protection Regions; and,
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the Source Protection Plans for Mississippi-Rideau and Raisin South Nation will come into effect on January 1, 2015' and April 1, 2015 respectively; and,
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the Source Protection Plans for Mississippi-Rideau and Raisin South Nation will come into effect on January 1, 2015' and April 1, 2015 respectively; and,
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS it is a requirement of the Source Protection Act that Council appoint a qualified Risk Management Official and a Risk Management Inspector before the Source Protection Plans come into effect; and,
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS it is a requirement of the Source Protection Act that Council appoint a qualified Risk Management Official and a Risk Management Inspector before the Source Protection Plans come into effect; and,
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS Derrick Moodie, Manager, Development Review - Rural Services has achieved the required qualifications and certification,
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS Derrick Moodie, Manager, Development Review - Rural Services has achieved the required qualifications and certification,
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoints Derrick Moodie as the City's 'Risk Management Official' and 'Risk Management Inspector' for the period from January 1, 2015 until June 1, 2015 to provide an opportunity for this position to be staffed on a permanent basis.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoints Derrick Moodie as the City's 'Risk Management Official' and 'Risk Management Inspector' for the period from January 1, 2015 until June 1, 2015 to provide an opportunity for this position to be staffed on a permanent basis.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTION NO. 2/9
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details MOTION NO. 2/9
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Moved by Councillor S. Qadri
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Moved by Councillor S. Qadri
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Seconded by Councillor A. Hubley
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Seconded by Councillor A. Hubley
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS avenue Founder Avenue is a registered street in the City of Ottawa;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS avenue Founder Avenue is a registered street in the City of Ottawa;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details AND WHEREAS the City's street naming criteria encourages the use of names that reflect 'people, places, events or things related to the local area and its residents';
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details AND WHEREAS the City's street naming criteria encourages the use of names that reflect 'people, places, events or things related to the local area and its residents';
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details AND WHEREAS the name Robert Grant has historical significance to the area of Goulbourn and has received Commemorative Naming Committee approval to be used as a street name;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details AND WHEREAS the name Robert Grant has historical significance to the area of Goulbourn and has received Commemorative Naming Committee approval to be used as a street name;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details AND WHEREAS the properties along existing avenue Founder Avenue are still under development and therefore there would be little or no disruption to property owners as the result of a street name change;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details AND WHEREAS the properties along existing avenue Founder Avenue are still under development and therefore there would be little or no disruption to property owners as the result of a street name change;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details AND WHEREAS the developers in the area are all in support of the proposed name change;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details AND WHEREAS the developers in the area are all in support of the proposed name change;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff to take the steps necessary to review a proposed street name change from avenue Founder Avenue to avenue Robert Grant Avenue and report back to Planning Committee and Council by the end of January 2015.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff to take the steps necessary to review a proposed street name change from avenue Founder Avenue to avenue Robert Grant Avenue and report back to Planning Committee and Council by the end of January 2015.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTION NO. 2/10
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details MOTION NO. 2/10
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Moved by Mayor J. Watson
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Moved by Mayor J. Watson
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Seconded by Councillor B. Monette
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Seconded by Councillor B. Monette
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS on February 20th, 2014, the City of Ottawa and the City Manager executed an extension of the Employment Contract for the City Manager for a fixed period of one (1) year, a period that is set to expire on March 31st, 2015; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS on February 20th, 2014, the City of Ottawa and the City Manager executed an extension of the Employment Contract for the City Manager for a fixed period of one (1) year, a period that is set to expire on March 31st, 2015; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the Employment Contract states that the City must provide the City Manager with at least three (3) months notice prior to March 31st, 2015, if the City wishes to renew the Employment Contract and extend its term for a further period of one (1) year; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the Employment Contract states that the City must provide the City Manager with at least three (3) months notice prior to March 31st, 2015, if the City wishes to renew the Employment Contract and extend its term for a further period of one (1) year; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the City and the City Manager are to attempt to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of the renewal of the City Manager's Employment Contract by January 31st, 2015; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the City and the City Manager are to attempt to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of the renewal of the City Manager's Employment Contract by January 31st, 2015; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS if the Parties are unable to reach agreement on the terms and conditions for the renewal, the City Manager's employment shall be deemed to be non-renewed and his employment will end as of March 31st, 2015; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS if the Parties are unable to reach agreement on the terms and conditions for the renewal, the City Manager's employment shall be deemed to be non-renewed and his employment will end as of March 31st, 2015; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the City Manager's continued leadership on key initiatives, including the next phase of light rail, is important to the successful completion of City Council's goals during this term;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the City Manager's continued leadership on key initiatives, including the next phase of light rail, is important to the successful completion of City Council's goals during this term;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details 1. That City Council delegate to the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors, and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee the authority to give formal notice to the City Manager, in accordance with the provisions of the City Manager's Employment Contract, of the City's desire to renew the Cont
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details 1. That City Council delegate to the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors, and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee the authority to give formal notice to the City Manager, in accordance with the provisions of the City Manager's Employment Contract, of the City's desire to renew the Cont
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details 2. That staff be directed to provide support to the working group established above, including providing salary and benefit benchmarking information and legal advice as required for the purpose of negotiations;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details 2. That staff be directed to provide support to the working group established above, including providing salary and benefit benchmarking information and legal advice as required for the purpose of negotiations;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details 3. That, consistent with past practice, the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be delegated the authority to negotiate, finalize and execute both the contract extension and any required changes to the contract;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details 3. That, consistent with past practice, the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be delegated the authority to negotiate, finalize and execute both the contract extension and any required changes to the contract;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details 4. That, should the Mayor, Deputy Mayors, and Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be unable to reach an agreement with the City Manager by January 31st, 2015 on the terms and conditions of the renewal of his contract, with the result that the City Manager's employment will termi
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details 4. That, should the Mayor, Deputy Mayors, and Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be unable to reach an agreement with the City Manager by January 31st, 2015 on the terms and conditions of the renewal of his contract, with the result that the City Manager's employment will termi
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details 5. That the Mayor, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, report to Council on the exercise of the delegated authority set out above in the manner he deems most appropriate.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details 5. That the Mayor, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, report to Council on the exercise of the delegated authority set out above in the manner he deems most appropriate.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie 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 urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTION NO. 2/11
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details MOTION NO. 2/11
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Seconded by Councillor M. Wilkinson
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Seconded by Councillor M. Wilkinson
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City's funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada's portion of the funding for this project.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City's funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada's portion of the funding for this project.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding's turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding's turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is:
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is:
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details ' a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details ' a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details ' beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details ' beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details ' beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding's turtles;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details ' beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding's turtles;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details ' supportive of the City of Ottawa's natural heritage and water policies;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details ' supportive of the City of Ottawa's natural heritage and water policies;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details ' supportive of the Water Environment Strategy, the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan, and the Carp River Subwatershed Study; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details ' supportive of the Water Environment Strategy, the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan, and the Carp River Subwatershed Study; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada, the City of Ottawa and the Mississippi Conservation Authority have reached agreement in principle with a private landowner for the restoration of 1.5 ha of wetland 'ox-bow' habitat along 600 m of the Carp River floodplain near Huntmar Drive for an estimated cost of $5
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada, the City of Ottawa and the Mississippi Conservation Authority have reached agreement in principle with a private landowner for the restoration of 1.5 ha of wetland 'ox-bow' habitat along 600 m of the Carp River floodplain near Huntmar Drive for an estimated cost of $5
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada has secured approval under the National Wetland Conservation Fund for 50% of the cost of the project; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada has secured approval under the National Wetland Conservation Fund for 50% of the cost of the project; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS funding is available in the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund for the protection and restoration of environmental lands;
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS funding is available in the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund for the protection and restoration of environmental lands;
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve:
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve:
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details 1. The use of the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund to fund 50% of the cost of the Carp River Wetland and Habitat Creation Project, up to a limit of $250,000.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details 1. The use of the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund to fund 50% of the cost of the Carp River Wetland and Habitat Creation Project, up to a limit of $250,000.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Attachment to Motion No. 2/11
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Attachment to Motion No. 2/11
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''' CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''' CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details MOTION NO. 2/12
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details MOTION NO. 2/12
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Moved by Councillor M. Fleury
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Moved by Councillor M. Fleury
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details Seconded by Councillor J. Harder
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details Seconded by Councillor J. Harder
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility w
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility w
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanier should occur.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanier should occur.
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details CARRIED
Yes Yes Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie details
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the ?Ontario Minister of Environment has approved the Source Protection Plans for both the Mississippi-Rideau and the Raisin–South Nation Source Water Protection Regions; and, WHEREAS the Source Protection Plans for Mississippi-Rideau and Raisin South Nation will come into effect on January 1, 2015 and April 1, 2015 respectively; and, WHEREAS it is a requirement of the Source Protection Act that Council appoint a qualified Risk Management Official and a Risk Management Inspector before the Source Protection Plans come into effect; and, WHEREAS Derrick Moodie, Manager, Development Review – Rural Services has achieved the required qualifications and certification, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoints Derrick Moodie as the City’s “Risk Management Official” and “Risk Management Inspector” for the period from January 1, 2015 until June 1, 2015 to provide an opportunity for this position to be staffed on a permanent basis. details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS avenue Founder Avenue is a registered street in the City of Ottawa; AND WHEREAS the City’s street naming criteria encourages the use of names that reflect “people, places, events or things related to the local area and its residents”; AND WHEREAS the name Robert Grant has historical significance to the area of Goulbourn and has received Commemorative Naming Committee approval to be used as a street name; AND WHEREAS the properties along existing avenue Founder Avenue are still under development and therefore there would be little or no disruption to property owners as the result of a street name change; AND WHEREAS the developers in the area are all in support of the proposed name change; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff to take the steps necessary to review a proposed street name change from avenue Founder Avenue to avenue Robert Grant Avenue and report back to Planning Committee and Council by the end of January 2015. details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS on February 20th, 2014, the City of Ottawa and the City Manager executed an extension of the Employment Contract for the City Manager for a fixed period of one (1) year, a period that is set to expire on March 31st, 2015; and WHEREAS the Employment Contract states that the City must provide the City Manager with at least three (3) months notice prior to March 31st, 2015, if the City wishes to renew the Employment Contract and extend its term for a further period of one (1) year; and WHEREAS the City and the City Manager are to attempt to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of the renewal of the City Manager’s Employment Contract by January 31st, 2015; and WHEREAS if the Parties are unable to reach agreement on the terms and conditions for the renewal, the City Manager’s employment shall be deemed to be non-renewed and his employment will end as of March 31st, 2015; and WHEREAS the City Manager’s continued leadership on key initiatives, including the next phase of light rai details NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Nominating
2014-12-09
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by Mayor WatsonWHEREAS the Governance Report, considered by Council at its meeting of December 3, 2014, recommended that the Mayor be tasked with recommending the appointment of two (2) Deputy Mayors and the appointment of the City of Ottawa’s new Sports Commissioner as part of the Nominating Committee process, and there is also a need to appoint two (2) Members of Council to the City of Ottawa’s Task Force on Canada’s 150th anniversary;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint:1. The following Members of Council as Deputy Mayors:Councillor Bob Monette; and Councillor Mark Taylor 2. Councillor Jody Mitic as the City of Ottawa’s Sports Commissioner; and3. The following Members of Council to the City of Ottawa’s Task Force on Canada’s 150th anniversary:Councillor Mathieu Fleury; and Councillor Jean Cloutier. details APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor Jan WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on Decembe 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council to the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees, including the recommended Chair and Vice-Chair, as follows: 1. Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee i. Councillor Scott Moffatt (Chair)ii. Councillor George Darouze (Vice-Chair)iii. Councillor Eli El-Chantiryiv. Council details APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor David ChernushenkoSeconded by / N/AWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on December 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council to the various Boards:1. Ottawa Police Services Boardi. Councillor Eli El-Chantiry and that Council recommend to the Ottawa Police Services Board that Councillor El-Chantiry be nominated to be Chair of the Board;ii. Councillor Jan Harder; andiii. Councillor Tim Tie details APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on December 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council to the various Selection Panels for boards, advisory committees and the Committee of Adjustment, in addition to the Mayor as an ex officio Member of all Selection Panels:1. Transit Commissioni. Councillor Diane Deans; andii. Councillor Stephen Blais. 2. Built Heritage Sub-Committee (for Reserve members)i. Councillor Jan Harder; and details APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on December 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council as the Ottawa City Council representatives to the various municipal organizations: 1. Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)i. Councillor Mark Taylor. 2. Association of Francophone Municipalities of Ontario (AFMO)i. Councillor Jean Cloutier. 3. Canadian Capital Cities Organization (CCCO)i. Councillor Bob Monette. 4. Federat details APPOINTMENTS TO EXTERNAL AGENCIES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
City Council
2014-12-03
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled “2014-2018 Council Governance Review” be received and considered. details Moved by Councillor R. Chiarelli Seconded by Councillor M. Fleury That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled '2014-2018 Council Governance Review' be received and considered.
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS in drafting the 2014-2018 Governance Review Report, there were (several, two) items inadvertently omitted and a technical amendment is required to address these omissions in those recommendations relating to the Delegation of Authority By-law and the Ward or Position-Specific Appointments; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, in Part I, Section A, Recommendation 16, the Mayor’s appointment to the Board of Invest Ottawa be added to the list of Ward or Position-Specific Appointments as described in Document 4; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that, in Part IV, Recommendation 3, an amendment be included such that the City Clerk and Solicitor be delegated authority to sign Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 compliance reports and other required reports for filing with the designated Provincial authority under Schedule “A” Section 62 of the Delegation of Authority By-law, as required by the Act and in keeping with current practice. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that the Community and Protective Services Committee, the Environment Committee and the Transit Commission meet eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings; and WHEREAS Members of Council wish to hear from the public prior to this change being implemented; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that that the recommendation that the Community and Protective Services Committee, the Environment Committee and the Transit Commission meet eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings, as outlined on page 48 of the staff report, be referred to the first meetings of each of these Committees/Commission for their consideration and recommendation to Council and to receive public delegations. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee is charged with planning matters in the rural areas but has no formal role with respect to Development Charges in their mandate; and WHEREAS, as part of the 2010-2014 Committee Terms of Reference provided the Transit Commission with input into the transit-related portions of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP), while the Transportation Committee retained carriage of the TMP and this model worked well; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to prepare the draft Terms of Reference for the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and the Planning Committee 1) to provide the Agriculture and Rural Affairs include the responsibility for the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee to review and make recommendations to Planning Committee and/or Council as appropriate on all issues pertaining to the Development Charges Act and on the general enactment of the Development Charges By-law as they relate to the rural area 2) to provide Agriculture details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: 14. That Chairs and Vice-Chairs be appointed for the Term of Council; details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Members of Council are subject to the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, and have executed a declaration of public office to meet the requirements of that statute; and WHEREAS in order to determine if a duty to disclose a direct, indirect or deemed pecuniary interest exists in applications being considered by Committee and Council, it is necessary that the Members of Council be aware of the identity of the Applicant: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT reports to Planning Committee and Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee with respect to applications made under the Planning Act and the Ontario Heritage Act include the name of the property owner (and where the application is being made on behalf of someone other than the owner, that person’s name) to enable Members of Council to meet their statutory obligations. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS Part I, Section C, Recommendation 1 of the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that City Council approve the 2015-2018 Taxand Rate-Supported budget process, as outlined in the report; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2015-2018 tax-supported budgets is outlined in the report by way of a bulleted list of 11 steps, and the fourth 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 additional strategies that may be required to achieve Council’s direction”; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2015-2018 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 Manager to develop the draft ann details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS transparency and accountability are important principles to guide Council's work; and WHEREAS the gift registry does not prevent Council members from accepting gifts in excess of $100; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Part II, Recommendation 7 be amended such that the threshold for the full disclosure of all gifts, benefits and hospitality received from one source in a calendar year be $100. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the Delegation of Authority By-law provides delegated authority for the approval of the acquisition and disposition of real property by the City to the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Infrastructure and identified staff in the Real Estate Partnerships and Development Office; and WHEREAS such acquisitions and dispositions are currently reported to Committee on a semi-annual basis; and WHEREAS it is a principle of the Council of the City of Ottawa to provide for the open and transparent exercise of delegated authority and it would be appropriate that the delegated authority reports provide further information; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT 1. In reports to be submitted quarterly to Finance and Economic Development Committee respecting the disposition of real estate staff also provide to Committee in the report the following information: a. A listing of all offers made in writing for the real estate parcels; b. The names of the persons who made such offers; c. A brief statement as to why details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that the Mayor be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the City Manager and Auditor General; and WHEREAS the Board of Health introduced a new process to review the performance of the Medical Officer of Health such that the Chair of the Board conducts the review based on a weighted, written evaluation survey completed by all Members of the Board; and WHEREAS this process allowed all Members to provide input without the challenges currently described in the Governance Report; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. Part V, Recommendation 4 be amended such that the Mayor be given delegated authority to conduct performance review meetings with the City Manager and Auditor General based on written weighted evaluation forms filled out by each Member of Council and report the results of the meetings to Council in the manner deemed most appropriate by the Mayor, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor; and 2. the May details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor R. Chiarelli Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor E. El-Chantiry WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that the Mayor be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the City Manager and Auditor General; and WHEREAS there is a benefit to having additional input from Members of Council for these performance reviews; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Part V, Recommendation 4 be amended such that the Mayor and the Deputy Mayors be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the City Manager, that the Mayor and the Chair and Vice- Chair of the Audit Committee be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the Auditor General and that the Mayor be delegated the authority to approve vacation leave, sick leave, expense reports and similar matters for both the City Manager and the Auditor General. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends amending Section 12(1) of By-law 2009-323, a By-law of the City of Ottawa to establish the position and duties of Auditor General of the City of Ottawa, to add a provision that states that, in an election year, timelines for the Auditor General’s Annual Report will be determined by the Auditor General in consultation with the Mayor and may be tabled after December 31 of the next year following the tabling of the audit plan; and WHEREAS the Auditor General’s Annual Report will be tabled at the Audit Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Part V, Recommendation 7 be amended such that Section 12(1) of By-law 2009-323 include a provision that states that, in an election year, timelines for the Auditor General’s Annual Report will be determined by the Auditor General in consultation with the Mayor and the Chair of the Audit Committee, and may be tabled after December 31 of the next year following the tabling of the audit plan. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the appointment of 11 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. The first meeting of the Nominating Committee is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 9, 2014, for consideration at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, December 10, 2014; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the members of the Nominating Committee be: 1. Councillor Bob Monette; 2. Councillor Jody Mitic; 3. Councillor Jan Harder; 4. Councillor Keith Egli; 5. Councillor Shad Qadri; 6. Councillor Jean Cloutier; 7. Councillor Diane Deans; 8. Councillor Mathieu Fleury; 9. Councillor Catherine McKenney; 10. Councillor David Chernushenko; and 11. Councillor Scott Moffatt. details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: details 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Yes Yes Motion To: That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled “2014-2018 Council Governance Review” be received and adopted as amended. details Moved by Councillors R. Chiarelli Seconded by Councillor M. Fleury
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-11-13
Yes/No/Other Motion Passed Motion Meeting Item
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details CHAIR'S UPDATE
Yes Yes Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information details VIDEO PRESENTATION OF THE 2014 HERITAGE TOUR
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 nouvelle construction à la propriété sur Lyttleton Gardens (NIP : 042280202), conformément aux plans préparés par Kollard Associates Architects Inc., datés du 2 octobre et reçus le 20 octobre 2014; 2. De déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications de conception mineure; et 3. De délivrer le permis pour biens patrimoniaux, 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 6 janvier 2015.) 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 details APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON LYTTLETON GARDENS (PIN: 042280202), A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK 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 visant à modifier le 241, chemin Park, conformément aux dessins soumis le 9 octobre 2014 par Alex Bouterakos; 2. de déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications conceptuelles mineures; 3. de délivrer le permis pour biens patrimoniaux d’une durée de validité de deux ans. (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 5 janvier 2015.) 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 that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to alte details APPLICATION TO ALTER 241 PARK ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK 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 de publier un avis d’intention de désigner pour l’hôtel Hartin situé au 1993, chemin Robertson, en vertu de la Partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario conformément à l’Énoncé de caractère patrimonial, faisant l’objet du document 4. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the Hartin Hotel, 1993 Robertson Road, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, included as Document 4. details