Close Votes Report

This report shows votes cast at council or at a committee meeting. It is ordered from "closest vote" first to "uncontroversial" last. Only votes cast in the 2014-2018 term are shown here.

Closeness Yes% No% Motion Meeting
050.00%50.00%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
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
City Council
2016-04-13
040.00%40.00%HERITAGE INVENTORY PROJECT: ADDITIONS TO HERITAGE REGISTER - LOWERTOWN AND SANDY HILL
Motion To: That PC remove 299 York from Heritage register.
Planning Committee
2017-04-25
040.00%40.00%NOISE BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To: WHEREAS staff is recommending no changes to permitted construction times; and WHEREAS the current by-law provides for general construction to occur between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m., daily Monday to Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays and statutory holidays; and WHEREAS additional provisions for infill construction, demolition and construction on small lots in residential communities, limit construction to the period from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays, and from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends and statutory holidays recognizing the adverse impact of early morning Saturday construction noise in residential communities; WHEREAS a majority of respondents to the City’s on-line survey indicated a preference that construction hours be curtailed; WHEREAS should any construction project require for operational reasons additional construction hours beyond what is permitted by the noise by-laws, including an earlier start time on Saturday mornings, an exemption can be sought; WHEREAS the
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
045.83%45.83%OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 METCALFE STREET
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
City Council
2015-08-26
050.00%50.00%APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 270 BUCHAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil : 1. le rejet de la demande de démolition du 270, chemin Buchan, propriété située dans le district de conservation du patrimoine de Rockcliffe et désignée en vertu de la partie V de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario; 2. le rejet de la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 270, chemin Buchan, propriété située dans le district de conservation du patrimoine de Rockcliffe et désignée en vertu de la partie V de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario. (N.B. : Le délai de 90 jours prévu dans la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario pour l’examen de la demande prend fin le 25 mai 2017.) That Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Refuse the application to demolish 270 Buchan Road, a property located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act; and 2. Refuse the application to construct a new building on the property located at
Planning Committee
2017-04-25
0.083354.17%45.83%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
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
City Council
2016-04-13
0.140.00%50.00%APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ALTERATIONS AT 83 PLACEL ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. refuse the application to rebuild the previous house on site, construct additions, and make alterations according to plans prepared by Art House Developments, dated December 8, 2016, and revised April 4, 2017 2. refuse the associated Landscape Plan prepared by Art House Developments, dated December 8, 2016
Planning Committee
2017-05-23
0.150.00%40.00%CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Motion To: Whereas changes have been approved in the park planning process that will move staff from a project manager role from concept to delivery to a new advisory function of identifying minimum requirements for a park and then coming back into the process after completion to ensure requirements are met. ?Whereas the benefits of these changes are still being confirmed and it would be premature to make permanent the three positions Therefore be it resolved that the clause (Issue 6) adding three permanent positions be deleted.
Planning Committee
2015-08-25
0.140.00%50.00%APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ALTERATIONS AT 83 PLACEL ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. approve the application to rebuild the previous house on site, construct additions, and make alterations according to plans prepared by Art House Developments, dated December 8, 2016, and revised April 4, 2017 2. approve the associated Landscape Plan prepared by Art House Developments, dated December 8, 2016 3. delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development 4. issue a heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance unless extended by Council prior to expiry (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on June 27, 2017.) (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.)
Planning Committee
2017-05-23
0.150.00%40.00%APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 270 BUCHAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend Council approve the application to demolish 270 Buchan Road, a property located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act; That Planning Committee direct that this report rise to Council at its meeting of May 24, 2017; That Planning Committee direct that That Right of Way, Heritage and Urban Design Services staff work with the applicant to determine if any revisions should be made to the application for new construction, including which portions of the existing house can be preserved as part of any redevelopment.
Planning Committee
2017-04-25
0.12554.17%41.67%APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 270 BUCHAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council: 1. Refuse the application to demolish 270 Buchan Road, a property located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act; and 2. Refuse the application to construct a new building on the property located at 270 Buchan Road, located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act.
City Council
2017-05-24
0.12541.67%54.17%APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 270 BUCHAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED That Council approve the application to demolish 270 Buchan Road, a property located in the Rockcliffe Park 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 June 30, 2017.)
City Council
2017-05-24
0.142957.14%42.86%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
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.)
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2016-02-11
0.166733.33%50.00%2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
Motion To: Refer the Councillors Brockington and Nussbaum motion to the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting of April 7, 2015.
City Council
2015-03-11
0.166741.67%58.33%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2014-12-10
0.260.00%40.00%DEVELOPMENT CHARGE COMPLAINT - 173-175 ARMSTRONG ROAD
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend 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.
Planning Committee
2016-04-26
0.260.00%40.00%APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CHARLES BILLINGS HOUSE, 187 BILLINGS AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-01-13
0.208337.50%58.33%RESPONSE TO PROVINCIAL CONSULTATION ON ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD REFORM
Motion To: Amend the Harder motion to include: The Province also require the OMB to review Municipal Council decisions on a standard of reasonableness.
City Council
2016-11-23
0.208358.33%37.50%KANATA NORTH URBAN EXPANSION STUDY AREA: INTEGRATED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT Recommendation 3 c) be deleted and replaced with the following: c) And Be It Further Resolved that the proposal be conditional on either: i) Achieving 100 per cent funding through the alternative means identified above; or ii) Qualifying for funding for up to 50% of the cost through the existing rules of the Community Partnership Major Capital Program
City Council
2016-07-13
0.2537.50%62.50%2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
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
City Council
2015-12-09
0.2533.33%58.33%PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
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
City Council
2016-05-11
0.2562.50%37.50%2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
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.
City Council
2014-12-03
0.2537.50%62.50%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
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
City Council
2016-04-13
0.2562.50%37.50%PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
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.
City Council
2016-04-13
0.285757.14%28.57%APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE BRADLEY/CRAIG BARN, 590 HAZELDEAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-12-10
0.285757.14%28.57%APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 270 BUCHAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. le rejet de la demande de démolition du 270, chemin Buchan, propriété située dans le district de conservation du patrimoine de Rockcliffe et désignée en vertu de la partie V de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario; 2. le rejet de la demande de construction d’un nouveau bâtiment au 270, chemin Buchan, propriété située dans le district de conservation du patrimoine de Rockcliffe et désignée en vertu de la partie V de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario. (N.B. : Le délai de 90 jours prévu dans la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario pour l’examen de la demande prend fin le 25 mai 2017.) That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Refuse the application to demolish 270 Buchan Road, a property located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, designated under Part V of
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2017-04-13
0.291733.33%62.50%STUDY OF CAUSES OF TRAFFIC CONGESTION AND THE FULL RANGE OF SOLUTIONS
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDEDThatCouncil 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 the Statement of Work for the next Transportation Master Plan review.
City Council
2016-04-13
0.291762.50%33.33%2015 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
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
City Council
2015-03-11
0.330.00%60.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 538, 544, 560 RIDEAU STREET AND 501 BESSERER STREET
Motion To: THEREFORE be it resolved that consideration of the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications in respect of 538, 544, 560 Rideau Streeet and 501 Besserer Street be deferred until the new Uptown Rideau Community Design Plan has been completed and adopted by Council.
Planning Committee
2015-07-07
0.360.00%30.00%CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Planning Committee
2015-08-25
0.330.00%60.00%CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Motion To: Be It Resolved that the items in the report providing for the 10 per cent surcharge funding three permanent three FTE;s and requiring quarterly reporting be approved; Be It Further Resolved that the balance of the report be deferred to be further considered at the same time as mid-term governance.
Planning Committee
2015-08-25
0.333366.67%33.33%item 1
Motion To: That the Transportation Committee approve a new sidewalk.
Audio Cast Test
2017-01-26
0.333358.33%25.00%Minutes 11 - 17 February, 2016
Motion To: motion
Transit Commission
2016-05-09
0.333329.17%62.50%
Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to construction and filming timelines, to consider the following motion:
City Council
2016-05-25
0.333333.33%66.67%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Motion To: That the Moffatt / McKenney motion be referred to the Community and Protective Services Committee.
City Council
2016-04-13
0.333366.67%33.33%OC TRANSPO FARE SYSTEM - RESTRUCTURING TO COORDINATE WITH THE O-TRAIN CONFEDERATION LINE MULTIMODAL OPERATIONS
Motion To: Moved by T. Nussbaum WHEREAS the staff recommendation to combine adult express and adult regular passes and fares is based on a revenue-neutral calculation that does not affect Council’s long-range financial plan if those classes were to remain separate; and, WHEREAS the recommendation to combine those fare classes results in a large increase for those users currently using a regular adult pass, including vulnerable riders who do not have a low-income pass option a year and a half before the new O-Train Confederation Line Multimodal Operations is expected to come on line; THEREFORE be it resolved that Recommendation 1 be amended such that the proposed elimination of premium fares for express routes, both for passes and single-ride payments, and the changes to the regular fares, both for passes and single-ride payments, be effective on January 1, 2018, with the remaining elements to be in effect on January 1, 2017, with the result that the current differential between express and regular
Transit Commission
2016-06-15
0.333329.17%62.50%PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
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.
City Council
2016-05-11
0.333329.17%62.50%MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to construction and filming timelines, to consider the following motion:
City Council
2016-05-25
0.37566.67%29.17%PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
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
City Council
2015-07-08
0.37566.67%29.17%GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
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.
City Council
2016-02-10
0.470.00%30.00%PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To: 1. Approve and enact a new by-law with respect to permanent signs on private property, attached as Document 1, to repeal the existing by-law (By law 2005 439) and to amend Kanata By-law 147-95, as described in this report; and 2. Delegate authority to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management and the City Clerk and Solicitor to finalize and make minor amendments to the form of the by law in Document 1, to give effect to the intent of Council.
Planning Committee
2016-07-12
0.460.00%20.00%NOISE BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.470.00%30.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 443, 445 AND 447 MCARTHUR AVENUE
Motion To: That the staff recommendation be deleted; and Moved by R. Chiarelli, 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 Amendmenet and rezoning when the matter rises to Council.
Planning Committee
2015-02-24
0.460.00%20.00%STATUS UPDATE ON THE AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN AND THE RENEWABLE ENERGY STRATEGY (ENERGY EVOLUTION)
Motion To: Moved by: Councillor S. Moffatt That the membership of the Sponsors Group be amended to include Councillor A. Hubley.
ECPC
2017-02-21
0.470.00%30.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1960 SCOTT STREET
Motion To: 1. Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 relativement au 1960, rue Scott, de façon à permettre un immeuble polyvalent de 22 étages, comme le précise le document 2; 2. Que le règlement de zonage d’application ne soit pas soumis au Conseil municipal avant la signature de l’entente aux termes de l’article 37 de la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire; et 3. Que le Comité de l’urbanisme donne son approbation à ce que la section du présent rapport consacrée aux détails de la consultation soit incluse en tant que « brève explication » dans le résumé des observations écrites et orales du public, qui sera rédigé par le Bureau du greffier municipal et de l’avocat général et soumis au Conseil dans le rapport intitulé « Résumé des observations orales et écrites du public sur les questions assujetties aux ‘exigences d'explication’ aux termes du projet de loi 73 », à
Planning Committee
2017-03-28
0.430.00%70.00%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Motion To: Re: In-vehicle Cameras Moved by / Motion de: Councillor R. Chiarelli (with Councillor E. El-Chantiry) 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
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-04-07
0.430.00%70.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - SIGNIFICANT WOODLANDS POLICIES
Motion To: WHEREAS, the term "advanced Secondary Plans" is not one that has been defined by Council; and WHEREAS the use of undefined terms may lead to unintended consequences with respect to land-use planning; THEREFORE IT BE RESOLVED that in document 4 of Official Plan Amendment – Significant Woodlands Policies reference to Areas with existing or advanced Secondary Plans, Community Design Plans, Concept Plans, or their equivalents are identified as areas where significant woodlands be deleted and be replaced with areas where there is agreement on existing natural heritage system conditions.
Planning Committee
2016-12-13
0.470.00%30.00%PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
Motion To: WHEREAS the Neighbourhood Revitalization and Redevelopment Program aims to improve the health, vibrancy and livability of low income neighbourhoods, AND WHEREAS the program will identify one neighbourhood to pilot this program based on specific criteria which should include opportunities for public/private partnerships, redevelopment of vacant lands and the potential to increase land values through zoning, AND WHEREAS the Albion-Heatherington community is a neighbourhood with considerable social pressures including a significantly higher number of social housing units, lower than average incomes, a population density that is almost double the city average, a higher than city average for single parent homes, a higher rate of recent immigrants, and a higher overall % of immigrants living in the community, AND WHEREAS the city currently owns a vacant 8 acre parcel of land in the community known as 1770 Heatherington Road, which would be an ideal initial site for redevelopment to support the progra
Planning Committee
2015-06-09
0.470.00%30.00%ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE
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.
Environment Committee
2015-02-17
0.416729.17%70.83%MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
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
City Council
2016-02-24
0.416729.17%70.83%
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.
City Council
2015-05-27
0.416729.17%70.83%OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) 2017 AUDIT WORK PLAN
Motion To: WHEREAS the City is currently constructing Phase 1 of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit (OLRT) project which is the biggest project in our history with a cost of $2.1B and rising; WHEREAS in 2012 staff was directed to bring back a report on real estate transactions and expropriations related to the ORLT to the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council (FEDCO) once they have been secured by the City; WHEREAS with Phase 1 set to open in 2018, information on related land acquisitions would provide valuable insight as we move forward in future phases of LRT and could provide lessons learned and best practices to ensure the best use of tax dollars; WHEREAS the Auditor General has advised that a fulsome audit of Phase 1 LRT is outside of his capacity for 2017 and that a narrower scope is required; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Treasurer be directed to bring an In Camera report to FEDCO in Q1 2017 on the details of all real estate transactions, expropriations, con
City Council
2016-12-14
0.416729.17%70.83%PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
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
City Council
2016-04-13
0.416770.83%29.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1960 SCOTT STREET
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1. an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1960 Scott Street, to permit a 22-storey mixed-use building, as detailed in Document 2; and 2. that the implementing Zoning By-law not proceed to City Council until such time as the agreement under Section 37 of the Planning Act is executed.
City Council
2017-04-12
0.416729.17%70.83%MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
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.
City Council
2015-05-27
0.454572.73%27.27%REVIEW OF CONGESTION PRICING TOOLS
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.
Transportation Committee
2016-04-06
0.458370.83%25.00%MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Motion To: WHEREAS The David Suzuki Foundation has been working with cities across Canada to recognize the right to a healthy environment, with the ultimate goal of seeing environmental rights enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; and WHEREAS this campaign, called the “Blue Dot Movement” calls upon municipalities to adopt declarations recognizing their residents’ right to a healthy environment and calling for action from provincial and federal governments to strengthen environmental rights legislation; WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Strategic Plan, Official Plan, Transportation Master Plan and many other Council-approved plans and strategies arising from all of City’s Standing Committees and the Transit Commission demonstrate a commitment to protecting Ottawa’s environment and moving toward a more sustainable future for the city, including as follows: • Addressing climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, including the implementation of the Air Quality and Clima
City Council
2016-05-25
0.458370.83%25.00%RESPONSE TO PROVINCIAL CONSULTATION ON ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD REFORM
Motion To: WHEREAS the Province has proposed in its OMB Reform consultation paper related to de novo hearings that it might “Require the OMB to review municipal/approval authority decisions on a standard of reasonableness;” and WHEREAS the Province suggests that this approach would meet its goal that the OMB focus on “the validity of the decision under appeal”; and WHEREAS the intent of this approach would be to “give more weight to municipal and provincial decisions by moving the OMB away from de novo hearings;”and WHEREAS the Planning Act already has provisions that do not provide for true de novo hearings by requiring that the OMB must have regard to a decision made by a municipal council/approval authority as it relates to the same planning matter; as well as having regard to any information and material that the municipal council/approval authority considered to arrive at its decision; and WHEREAS there is also a mechanism in the Planning Act to provide an opportunity
City Council
2016-11-23
0.458325.00%70.83%CENTRAL LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT: OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY-LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA JOINT PROJECT
Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit members five minutes for questions plus five minutes for debate.
City Council
2017-02-08
0.458366.67%20.83%RESPONSE TO PROVINCIAL CONSULTATION ON ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD REFORM
Motion To:
City Council
2016-11-23
0.570.83%20.83%OC TRANSPO FARE SYSTEM - RESTRUCTURING TO COORDINATE WITH THE O-TRAIN CONFEDERATION LINE MULTIMODAL OPERATIONS
Motion To: COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve: 1.         The adoption of a new fare structure, as outlined in this report and illustrated in Document 1 of this report, effective January 1, 2017, and subject to annual budget approval, including the following elements: i.          The removal of premium fares for express routes;
City Council
2016-06-22
0.570.00%20.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD
Motion To: WHEREAS Zoning By-law Amendment – Part of 2168 Tenth Line Road is to be considered by Council on March 23, 2016; AND WHEREAS the applicant has requested that report ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0013 advance to the next Council meeting to ensure that prescribed occupancy timelines are met; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, given the particular circumstances of this project, report ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0013 (Zoning By-law Amendment – Part of 2168 Tenth Line Road) proceed to City Council on February 24, 2016, for consideration.
Planning Committee
2016-02-23
0.570.00%20.00%CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
Motion To: Whereas Councillors usually are the lead on sponsorship files and the sponsorship program requires recognition by the City that the City cannot provide all the extras that communities want from the tax-supported budget, Therefore Be It Resolved that the following clause in the Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland Policy: Any items that could be perceived as promotional, including plaques or engravings containing Council members’ names, pictures or likenesses Be amended to read: Plaque, engravings etc acknowledging the funding source as a cash-in-lieu of parking account are not permitted on items with a total value of less than $10,000 Be It Further Resolved that the issue of sponsorship during the blackout period in respect of Members of Council not seeking re-election be reviewed during mid-term governance.
Planning Committee
2015-08-25
0.570.00%20.00%KANATA NORTH URBAN EXPANSION STUDY AREA -' INTEGRATED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Motion To: WHEREAS the proposed Community Park in the Kanata North Urban Expansion Lands is approximately 3.5km from the Richcraft Recreation Complex-Kanata; and WHEREAS the Community Park preliminary design (a Fit Plan) shows 2 full sized soccer fields, a double tennis court, play structures, splash pad, puddle rink, boarded rink for hockey and basketball, a shade structure and two parking lots but no provision for washrooms or community meeting space; and WHEREAS with a projected population of 8,000 to be housed on these lands a community meeting place should be provided; and WHEREAS a Field House of approximately 2,500 square feet would provide space for washrooms and local community activities; and WHEREAS the CDP includes provision for a Field House provided funds are available; and WHEREAS City staff indicated that a Community Association led application to the Community Partnership Major Capital program could be made, subject to local fundraising providing for a 50% portion of the costs; Therefore
Planning Committee
2016-07-12
0.570.00%20.00%OTHER BUSINESS
Motion To: That Planning Committee approve the addition of this item for consideration by the committee at today’s meeting, pursuant to section 89. (3) of the procedure by-law: • Motion re Repeal of By-law 2015-45 as it affects the rear portion of 1585 Merivale Road
Planning Committee
2015-11-10
0.570.00%20.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 538, 544, 560 RIDEAU STREET AND 501 BESSERER STREET
Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver ce qui suit : 1. Une modification au Plan officiel visant le Plan secondaire de la Côte-de-Sable, section 5.3.2, afin de permettre la construction d’un immeuble de grande hauteur aux 538, 544 et 560, rue Rideau et au 501, rue Besserer, comme l’expose en détail le document 2; 2. Une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant les 538, 544 et 560, rue Rideau et le 501, rue Besserer, afin de permettre la construction d’un immeuble polyvalent dont l’une des parties donnant sur la rue Rideau serait haute de 14 étages et l’autre de sept étages, et dont la partie donnant sur la rue Besserer serait haute de trois étages et demi, comme l’expose en détail le document 3. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve: 1. An Official Plan amendment to the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan, Section 5.3.2, to permit a high-rise building for the property at 538, 544, 560 Rideau Street and 501 Besserer Street, as detaile
Planning Committee
2015-07-07
0.525.00%75.00%PROPOSED 2015-2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES
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
City Council
2015-07-08
0.570.00%20.00%APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE BRADLEY/CRAIG BARN, 590 HAZELDEAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Motion To: WHEREAS in 2006 Richcraft Homes purchased the site that encompasses the Bradley Craig Barn when there was no Heritage Designation on the barn or house; AND WHEREAS The Fernbank Community Design Plan approved by City Council in 2009 designated the lands fronting onto Hazeldean Road as Mixed Use and identified the Bradley Craig Barn for retention or relocation within the community; AND WHEREAS The farmstead consisting of the barn, a Gothic Revival style brick farmhouse and associated yard was designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act by City Council in 2010 for its cultural heritage value; AND WHEREAS The City turned down the offer from Richcraft to relocate the barn to the future district park in the community given the large costs associated to undertake incorporating the barn into a recreation complex and the annual operating costs; AND WHEREAS Retrofitting the barn for adaptive re-use is a large financial undertaking which Richcraft has identified as not feasible nor reasonable for
Planning Committee
2016-01-26
0.570.00%20.00%ZONING AND PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 6279 FERNBANK ROAD
Motion To: WHEREAS the Plan of Subdivision and associated Zoning By-law amendment for 6279 Fernbank Road was refused by Planning Committee and Council in April 2015 due to deficiencies in the developer’s plans and concerns related to stormwater management; AND WHEREAS the matter was appealed by the developer to the Ontario Municipal Board; AND WHEREAS the Ontario Municipal Board Hearing on this matter was adjourned on consent before conclusion to allow further study and discussion between community representatives, the developer and the City regarding stormwater management; AND WHEREAS these discussions have resulted in a proposed agreement to allow the subdivision to proceed, subject to a series of conditions; AND WHEREAS all parties before the Board have been included in the discussions to resolve this matter and those discussions have been extensive; BE IT RESOLVED that report ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0193 (Zoning and Plan of Subdivision – 6279 Fernbank Road) proceed to City Council on October 28, 2015, for
Planning Committee
2015-10-27
0.570.00%20.00%DEVELOPMENT CHARGE COMPLAINT - 300 GREENBANK ROAD
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend that Council reduce the municipal development charges in respect of 300 Greenbank Road by $1,949.00 (from $33,054.03 to $31,105.03) but otherwise dismiss the development charges complaint under the Development Charges Act.
Planning Committee
2016-09-13
0.570.00%20.00%ZONING - 566 HILSON AVENUE AND 148 CLARE STREET
Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 pour le 566, avenue Hilson et le 148, rue Clare afin de permettre un aménagement résidentiel de neuf unités (sept maisons en rangée et deux habitations jumelées), comme il est expliqué en détail dans le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend 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.
Planning Committee
2015-02-10
0.575.00%25.00%MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
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
City Council
2015-05-27
0.541770.83%16.67%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
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
City Council
2016-04-13
0.541770.83%16.67%APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH 234 O'CONNOR STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
City Council
2017-04-26
0.541720.83%75.00%CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND POLICY AMENDMENTS
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,
City Council
2015-09-09
0.541775.00%20.83%MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
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
City Council
2015-06-24
0.545572.73%18.18%GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
Motion To: Motion to Amend
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-02-02
0.545572.73%18.18%GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA APPLICATION FOR AN EXEMPTION BY-LAW TO THE RETAIL BUSINESS HOLIDAYS ACT
Motion To:
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-02-02
0.571471.43%14.29%APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 15 CARSDALE AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to demolish the building at 15 Carsdale Avenue, submitted on October 31, 2016; 2. Approve the application to construct a new building at 15 Carsdale Avenue, according to plans prepared by ARC Associates Inc. dated October 20, 2016 and received October 31, 2016; 3. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department; and 4. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance unless extended by Council prior to expiry. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on January 29, 2017.) (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.)
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2016-12-02
0.583320.83%79.17%PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
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).
City Council
2016-04-13
0.583375.00%16.67%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 538, 544, 560 RIDEAU STREET AND 501 BESSERER STREET
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2015-08-26
0.583320.83%79.17%MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
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
City Council
2015-04-15
0.583320.83%79.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
Motion To: That this item be REFERRED to the Planning Committee
City Council
2014-12-10
0.583375.00%16.67%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 137 AND 141 GEORGE STREET
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council approve: 1) an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 137 and 141 George Street to permit a temporary parking lot for a maximum of three years, as detailed in Document 2, and that the implementing Zoning By-law not proceed to Council until such time as the site plan control application is approved and any related securities are provided to the City; 2) that Document 2 be replaced with the following: Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning The proposed change to the City of Ottawa Zoning By-law No. 2008-250 for 137 and 141 George Street: 1. Amend exception [2031] in Section 239, Urban Exceptions, to add in revisions similar in effect to the following: (a) In Column III, add the text “- parking lot”; (b) In Column V, add the following text: - a parking lot is permitted as a temporary use on the lots municipally known as 137 and 141 George Street beginning on [date of passage of by-law] and expiring on [date three yea
City Council
2017-05-10
0.583379.17%20.83%AIRPORT PARKWAY (BROOKFIELD ROAD TO OTTAWA MACDONALD CARTIER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT) AND LESTER ROAD (AIRPORT PARKWAY TO BANK STREET) WIDENING ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Motion To: That Council: 1. Approve the results of the Airport Parkway and Lester Road Widening Environmental Assessment Study, as described in this report and supporting documents; and 2. Direct staff to finalize the Environmental Study Report and proceed with its posting for the 30-day public review period in accordance with Ontario Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process.
City Council
2016-06-08
0.620.00%80.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 AND 900 BANK STREET
Motion To: Minimum setbacks of 2.5m above both 4th storey and 5th storey on 900 Bank Street portion of the lot where building abuts residential properties at 27 and 35 Monk Street, and is opposite of residential zoned properties on Monk Street.
Planning Committee
2017-04-11
0.680.00%20.00%APPLICATION FOR A COMPLIANCE AUDIT OF THE 2014 ELECTION CAMPAIGN FINANCES OF CANDIDATE ELI EL-CHANTIRY, WEST CARLETON-MARCH WARD
Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Election Compliance Audit Committee grant the application for a compliance audit of the election campaign finances of Candidate Eli El-Chantiry, West Carleton-March Ward;
ECAC
2015-07-10
0.670.00%10.00%COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - MARY DURLING PARK
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.670.00%10.00%STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 11 MAY 2017
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.670.00%10.00%DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BY-LAW AMENDMENT 2017
Motion To: WHEREAS the Province has announced grants to the City of Ottawa transit capital program in respect of an extension of the O-Train Extension-Confederation Line West-Bayshore to Moodie in the amount of $47 million and the LRT Maintenance Service Facilities-Moodie, Walkley and Belfast in the amount of $173.3 million; and WHEREAS changes to the Development Charges Amendment Background Study: Transit and Roads and Related Services are required, pursuant to the Development Charges Act, clause 5(1)2 to adjust for anticipated grants, subsidies and other contributions made to a municipality; and WHEREAS these changes do not have an impact on the calculated Public Transit development charge rates included in the proposed 2017 Development Charges By-law as they are with respect to capital projects to be included in the calculation of the future development charge in 2019; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Development Charges By-law Amendment 2017 report be amended by the addition of th
Planning Committee
2017-05-09
0.670.00%10.00%Provincial Child Care Early Years Act / Impacts to Before and After School Recreation Programs
Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.670.00%10.00%Minutes 22- 30 March 2017
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.680.00%20.00%2015 - 2018 TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES SE 2 STRATEGIC INITIATIVES UPDATE
Motion To: That the Director of Corporate Programs and Business Services develop a protocol to supplement the Balanced Scorecard reporting with regular updates to the Information Technology Sub-Committee on the progress of the initiatives under the mandate of the Sub-Committee identified in the Governance Review and Term of Council Priorities for consideration and approval by the Sub-Committee.
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2015-10-23
0.610.00%70.00%PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To: WHEREAS City staff recommends amendments to Schedule 29 of Licensing By-law No. 2002-189 by calling for a restriction on the sources of dogs and cats for sale in both new and existing licensed pet shops; and WHEREAS these restrictions indicate pet shops are only to source their dogs and cats from municipal animal shelters, humane societies, societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, and rescue organizations; and WHEREAS the breeding conditions of rabbits being sold in pet stores, another prevalent issue, is not being addressed; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa include rabbits in this ban and restricts their sources to municipal animal shelters, humane societies, societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, and rescue organizations.
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-03-21
0.620.00%80.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 AND 900 BANK STREET
Motion To: Maximum height limit of 20m on that portion of the subject property currently part of 900 Bank Street
Planning Committee
2017-04-11
0.680.00%20.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1400 CARLING AVENUE
Motion To: 1. Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant le 1400, avenue Carling, afin de permettre l’ajout de deux tours, l’une de dix étages et l’autre de douze étages, à une maison de retraite existante de cinq étages, comme l’expose en détail le document 2. 2. Que le Comité de l’urbanisme donne son approbation à ce que la section du présent rapport consacrée aux détails de la consultation soit incluse en tant que « brève explication » dans le résumé des observations écrites et orales du public, qui sera rédigé par le Bureau du greffier municipal et de l’avocat général et soumis au Conseil dans le rapport intitulé « Résumé des observations orales et écrites du public sur les questions assujetties aux ‘exigences d'explication’ aux termes du projet de loi 73 », à la réunion du Conseil municipal prévue le 12 avril 2017 à la condition que les observations aient
Planning Committee
2017-03-28
0.670.00%10.00%RESPONSE TO PROVINCIAL CONSULTATION ON ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD REFORM
Motion To:
Planning Committee
2016-11-08
0.620.00%80.00%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Motion To: Re: Taxicab Driver Education Program Moved by / Motion de: Councillor R. Brockington on behalf of Councillor E. El-Chantiry WHEREAS the Taxicab Driver Education Program was put in place several years ago with the intent of producing better trained drivers in customer service and knowledge of the Ottawa area, and must be completed by all taxicab driver’s license applicants in order to receive their license; and WHEREAS the Chief License Inspector may deem it necessary for the purposes of ensuring satisfactory customer service for a licensed taxicab driver to successfully complete a refresher training course with enhanced customer-related training as a condition of his or her license; and WHEREAS the staff report titled, “Regulating Vehicles-for-Hire in the City of Ottawa – Taxis, Limousines and Private Transportation Companies,” (ACS2016-COS-EPS-0012) recommends eliminating the requirement for the Taxicab Driver Education Program and the refresher training course (retaining the Acce
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-04-07
0.670.00%10.00%SOUTH KEYS TO BLOSSOM PARK, BANK STREET COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT (SECONDARY PLAN) AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver : 1. le Plan de conception communautaire de la rue Bank, de South Keys à Blossom Park, décrit dans le document 2; 2. les modifications au Plan officiel décrites dans le document 3, notamment l’ajout du Plan secondaire de la rue Bank, de South Keys à Blossom Park; 3. une modification au Règlement de zonage (no 2008-250) pour mettre en œuvre le Plan secondaire de la rue Bank, de South Keys à Blossom Park, comme le montrent les cartes contenues dans le document 4 et comme il est exposé dans le document 5 That Planning Committee recommend 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 ma
Planning Committee
2015-09-08
0.670.00%10.00%COMMEMORATIVE NAMING PROPOSAL - MARY DURLING PARK
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.670.00%10.00%ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.670.00%10.00%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, 201
Motion To: That Planning Committee refer Report No. ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0177 to Council for consideration, at its meeting of 14 October 2015, in-camera, as, should a settlement not be agreed upon, witness statements will need to be provided by the City immediately.
Planning Committee
2015-10-13
0.680.00%20.00%DESIGNATION OF BROADVIEW PUBLIC SCHOOL, 590 BROADVIEW AVENUE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Motion To: Que le 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 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.
Planning Committee
2015-02-24
0.670.00%10.00%PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To: WHEREAS it is Council's objective to, in the longer term, have all pet shops operate under an adoption model through which cats and dogs are available from municipal animal shelters, humane societies, societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, or rescue organizations; AND WHEREAS the proposed amendments to Schedule 29 to the Licensing By-law relating to pet shops, as set out in the staff report, include an amendment to provide for the aforementioned objective; AND WHEREAS also included in the staff report is an amendment that will permit the 3 licensed pet shops (Appendix A, Document 1) currently selling cats and dogs originating from commercial sources to continue doing so provided that those sources have been inspected by the relevant authorized animal welfare agency and are found to meet the requirements of the applicable animal welfare legislation enforced by that agency, and to have no convictions or outstanding Orders under that legislation; AND WHEREAS, to allow those 3 pet shop
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-03-21
0.680.00%20.00%APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH 234 O'CONNOR STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Motion To: WHEREAS Staff recommended refusal of the application to demolish 234 O’Connor, a property designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act; and the issuance of a heritage permit under the Act; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning Committee recommend Council approve the application to demolish 234 O’Connor, subject to the following conditions: 1. At their sole expense, the Owner shall design, construct and maintain a privately owned public park space at the property known municipally as 234 O’Connor Street; 2. The design and construction of the park shall be finalized in collaboration with staff, and shall be built to City standards and specifications, including any required environmental site remediation, all to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department; 3. The Owner shall pay one hundred percent securities to the City for the value of the design and construction of the park, with the securities to be rel
Planning Committee
2017-04-11
0.680.00%20.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 180 METCALFE STREET
Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil : 1. d'approuver 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. d'approuver 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. That Planning Committee recommends Council: 1. Approve an amendment to the new Centretown Secondary Plan for 180 Metcalfe Street to allow a hotel use above the second floor; and 2. Approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 180 Metcalfe Street to allow a 27-storey mixed-use building, which incorporates the existing heritage building on the property.
Planning Committee
2015-06-23
0.680.00%20.00%APPLICATION FOR A COMPLIANCE AUDIT OF THE 2014 ELECTION CAMPAIGN FINANCES OF CANDIDATE MARK TAYLOR, BAY WARD
Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Election Compliance Audit Committee grant the application for a compliance audit of the election campaign finances of Candidate Mark Taylor, Bay Ward;
ECAC
2015-07-10
0.670.00%10.00%STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 11 MAY 2017
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.670.00%10.00%CLIMATE CHANGE
Motion To:
Environment Committee
2016-02-16
0.670.00%10.00%ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.680.00%20.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD SETTLEMENT - 1445-1451 WELLINGTON STREET
Motion To: 1. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve this report as the written representations required by the Ontario Municipal Board Decision in respect of 1445-1451 Wellington Street.
Planning Committee
2015-10-27
0.670.00%10.00%Minutes 22- 30 March 2017
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2017-05-18
0.680.00%20.00%SERVICEOTTAWA UPDATE ON THE 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Motion To:
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2015-10-23
0.680.00%20.00%APPLICATION FOR A COMPLIANCE AUDIT OF THE 2014 ELECTION CAMPAIGN FINANCES OF CANDIDATE RILEY BROCKINGTON, RIVER WARD
Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Election Compliance Audit Committee reject the application for a compliance audit of the election campaign finances of Candidate Riley Brockington, River Ward.
ECAC
2015-07-15
0.62579.17%16.67%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 443, 445 AND 447 MCARTHUR AVENUE
Motion To:
City Council
2015-03-25
0.62516.67%79.17%PROHIBITING THE USE OF WATER PIPES IN PUBLIC PLACES AND WORKPLACES
Motion To: WHEREAS shisha is an important cultural practice for many ethnic groups across the city; and WHEREAS the City should allow businesses who rely on shisha sales enough time to change their business model, sell their business or terminate their lease within a reasonable timeframe; and WHEREAS cultural festivals add to the vibrancy of the city and offer insight into the cultural practices of those ancestral countries which may include the use of shisha within a social context; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. The “charging phase” of the Bylaw be amended to begin on September 30, 2017;
City Council
2016-08-31
0.62516.67%79.17%OC TRANSPO FARE SYSTEM - RESTRUCTURING TO COORDINATE WITH THE O-TRAIN CONFEDERATION LINE MULTIMODAL OPERATIONS
Motion To: WHEREAS the staff recommendation to combine adult express and adult regular passes and fares is based on a revenue-neutral calculation that does not affect Council’s long-range financial plan if those classes were to remain separate; and, WHEREAS the recommendation to combine those fare classes results in a large increase for those users currently using a regular adult pass, including vulnerable riders who do not have a low-income pass option a year and a half before the new O-Train Confederation Line Multimodal Operations is expected to come on line; THEREFORE be it resolved that Recommendation 1 be amended such that the proposed elimination of premium fares for express routes, both for passes and single-ride payments, and the changes to the regular fares, both for passes and single-ride payments, be effective on January 1, 2018, with the remaining elements to be in effect on January 1, 2017, with the result that the current differential between express and regular fares
City Council
2016-06-22
0.62579.17%16.67%2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Motion To: 14. That Chairs and Vice-Chairs be appointed for the Term of Council;
City Council
2014-12-03
0.636481.82%18.18%AIRPORT PARKWAY (BROOKFIELD ROAD TO OTTAWA MACDONALD CARTIER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT) AND LESTER ROAD (AIRPORT PARKWAY TO BANK STREET) WIDENING ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver les résultats de l’étude d’évaluation environnementale sur l’élargissement de la promenade de l’Aéroport et du chemin Lester décrits dans le présent rapport et les documents l’accompagnant; 2. de demander au personnel de terminer le rapport d’étude environnementale et de le publier sur le site Web pour la période de consultation publique de trente jours, conformément au processus d’évaluation environnementale municipale de portée générale de l’Ontario. That the Transportation Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the results of the Airport Parkway and Lester Road Widening Environmental Assessment Study, as described in this report and supporting documents; and 2. Direct staff to finalize the Environmental Study Report and proceed with its posting for the 30-day public review period in accordance with Ontario Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process.
Transportation Committee
2016-06-01
0.636481.82%18.18%2014-2018 MID-TERM GOVERNANCE REVIEW
Motion To: WHEREAS changes to global and local climates are occurring at a rate and extent never experienced during the period in which the human species has existed; and WHEREAS international bodies, national, provincial and municipal governments including the City of Ottawa are making important commitments to reduce emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases, thereby protecting the climate from human behaviour and economic activity; and WHEREAS international bodies, national, provincial and municipal governments including the City of Ottawa are now seeing, and are anticipating considerably more impacts upon built infrastructure and ecological and human health as a result of climate change, and are devoting additional resources towards protecting citizens from these impacts, thereby protecting humans from the negative effects of a changing climate; and WHEREAS, the Federal Government and the Government of Ontario have recently adopted the departmental name of Ministry of the Envir
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-11-01
0.636481.82%18.18%TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 204 RIDEAU STREET
Motion To: That Transportation Committee approve the application for a temporary outdoor patio encroachment at 204 Rideau Street.
Transportation Committee
2016-07-06
0.636481.82%18.18%RIVER ROAD SPEED REDUCTION FROM LOWEN DRIVE TO 110M SOUTH OF TEWSLEY DRIVE
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Transportation Committee
2017-06-07
0.666783.33%16.67%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD SETTLEMENT - 1445-1451 WELLINGTON STREET
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.
City Council
2015-10-28
0.666783.33%16.67%STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT IMPLEMENTATION - PROJECT DEFINITION AND PROCUREMENT PLAN
Motion To: d. The recommended projects for ‘bundling’ into the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project procurement process, as described in this report, and as follows: iii. The Highway 174 (between Montreal Road and Jeanne d’Arc Blvd.) Project to explore advancing the ultimate Highway 174 configuration, as described in this report and subject to the identification of a funding source;
City Council
2017-03-08
0.666783.33%16.67%OC TRANSPO FARE SYSTEM - RESTRUCTURING TO COORDINATE WITH THE O-TRAIN CONFEDERATION LINE MULTIMODAL OPERATIONS
Motion To: 1. The adoption of a new fare structure, as outlined in this report and illustrated in Document 1 of this report, effective January 1, 2017, and subject to annual budget approval, including the following elements: i. The removal of premium fares for express routes;
Transit Commission
2016-06-15
0.666783.33%16.67%TRANSIT COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULE
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Transit Commission
2015-02-18
0.666712.50%79.17%PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES ALLOCATION POLICY REFRESH: ARENAS, SPORTS FIELDS AND BALL DIAMONDS
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.
City Council
2016-03-23
0.666779.17%12.50%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 AND 900 BANK STREET
Motion To: WHEREAS the report entitled Zoning By-law Amendment – 890 and 900 Bank Street (ACS2017-PIE-PS-0036) recommends approval of Zoning By-law amendments including a maximum height of 26 metres; and WHEREAS the subject property is an irregular through-lot configuration with frontage on three streets and has a northern interior side lot line from which the proposal is setback three metres; and WHEREAS Planning Committee directed staff to work with the applicant to integrate further stepbacks into the proposed massing of the building on the north-facing interior side yard façade, which faces a three-storey detached dwelling at 27 Monk Street; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 3 (Proposed Zoning Schedule) of the report entitled Zoning By-law Amendment – 890 and 900 Bank Street (ACS2017-PIE-PS-0036) be replaced with the attached schedule; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that, pursuant to the Planning Act, Subsection 34(17), no further notice be given.
City Council
2017-04-26
0.666783.33%16.67%TRANSIT COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULE
Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommended that the Transit Commission meet eight times a year, retaining the ability to hold Special Meetings; and WHEREAS the Transit Commission received presentations from staff and from public delegations; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transit Commission approves and recommends to Council a 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.
Transit Commission
2015-02-18
0.780.00%10.00%FRONT-ENDING REPORT - SHEA ROAD PUMP STATION
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Planning Committee
2016-06-14
0.780.00%10.00%ZONING AND PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 6279 FERNBANK ROAD
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend 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.
Planning Committee
2015-10-27
0.780.00%10.00%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
Motion To:
Planning Committee
2016-01-26
0.780.00%10.00%BACKFLOW PREVENTION PROGRAM
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.
Environment Committee
2015-10-05
0.780.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 404 EDEN AVENUE
Motion To: 1. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 404 Eden Avenue to permit a four-storey apartment building, as detailed in Document 2. 2. That Planning Committee approve the Consultation Details Section of this report be included as part of the ‘brief explanation’ in the Summary of Written and Oral Public Submissions, to be prepared by the City Clerk and Solicitor’s Office and submitted to Council in the report titled, “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to Bill 73 ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of 8 February 2017 subject to submissions received between the publication of this report and the time of Council’s decision.
Planning Committee
2017-01-24
0.780.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 GREENBRIAR AVENUE
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 890 Greenbriar Avenue to permit a Planned Unit Development consisting of two townhouse-blocks and totalling nine units, as detailed in Document 2.
Planning Committee
2016-06-14
0.780.00%10.00%SOLID WASTE BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Motion To:
Environment Committee
2015-10-05
0.780.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 224 COOPER STREET
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Planning Committee
2016-06-14
0.780.00%10.00%FRONT-ENDING REPORT - SHEA ROAD PUMP STATION
Motion To:
Planning Committee
2016-06-14
0.710.00%80.00%ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2015 - 2016 WORK PLAN
Motion To: That Community and Protective Services Refer the Workplan back to the Arts, Culture,Heritage and Recreation Advisory Committee
Community and Protective Services Committee
2015-10-15
0.780.00%10.00%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
Motion To: BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED 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.)
Planning Committee
2016-02-23
0.708312.50%83.33%DRAFT COMMENTS ON THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED CAPITAL REGION RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
Motion To: That the Chernushenko/McKenney Motion be referred to the Environment Committee to be discussed as a broader policy statement.
City Council
2016-05-25
0.708383.33%12.50%APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH THE BRADLEY/CRAIG BARN, 590 HAZELDEAN ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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
City Council
2016-01-27
0.708383.33%12.50%OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 2016
Motion To: WHEREAS staff have reviewed Submissions 14 and 47 concerning requests to re-designate lands from Agricultural Resource Area to General Rural Area; and WHEREAS these lands are located at 5504 Spratt Road and 5220, 5230 Mitch Owens Road; and WHEREAS staff agree that the subject lands meet the criteria for removal from the Agricultural Resource Area designation; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Draft Official Plan Amendment attached as Document 1 to Report ACS2016-PIE-PGM-0183 be amended by adding Schedule R20 attached to re-designate the lands from Agricultural Resource Area to General Rural Area; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that page 27 of Table of text changes to the Official Plan Amendment be amended by inserting the following text immediately following Schedule R19: Schedule R20 - Changes the designation of the lands on the east side of the intersection of River Road and Mitch Owens Road from Agricultural Resource Area to General Rural Area.
City Council
2016-12-14
0.708379.17%8.33%CARLINGTON MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION, AS AMENDED That Council approve a partnership with Ottawa Mountain Biking Association for the installation of a Mountain Bike pump track and skills area in Carlington Park as outlined in this report; as amended by the following: 1. That Phase 1, which includes the installation of a mountain bike pump track and skills area, be permitted for 2017 and 2018 and that by the fourth quarter of 2018, the City commence a review to assess the successfulness of the project, in consultation with the Ottawa Mountain Bike Association, the Carlington Community Association, users of the Carlington Hill and Carlington residents; 2. That no additional phases for the mountain bike proposal proceed, without the approval of Community and Protective Services Committee and Council; 3. That Phase 1 or any potential future phase be prohibited from constructing any element of mountain biking trails or courses on environmentally protected lands; 4. That the Carlington Communi
City Council
2016-09-28
0.708383.33%12.50%NOISE BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Approve the repeal of the Noise By-law (2004-253, as amended) and the re-enactment of the by-law as described in Document 1 and in this report to: a) define and specify bass noise in the general provision of the by-law that addresses noise likely to disturb; b) reduce the maximum noise threshold for construction exemptions from 90 dB(A) to 85 dB(A), in accordance with provincial standards; c) exempt municipal waste collection; d) enable charging of companies for after-hours waste collection and deliveries; and e) reduce permitted car alarm time to 5 minutes from 20. 2. Authorize the Manager, By-law and amp; Regulatory Services Branch, to finalize and make minor adjustments to the amended and re-enacted by-law to give effect to the intent of Council. 3. Direct: a) Fleet Services review the feasibility of installing broadband
City Council
2017-05-24
0.708312.50%83.33%PROHIBITING THE USE OF WATER PIPES IN PUBLIC PLACES AND WORKPLACES
Motion To: 2. Council direct City staff to establish a special permit to which festivals and events may apply for that will allow them to use water pipes for the duration of the festival and that staff establish a cost for the permit so that the issuance of such a permit is cost-neutral for the City.
City Council
2016-08-31
0.714314.29%85.71%SANDY HILL HERITAGE STUDY
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.
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2015-05-14
0.727381.82%9.09%DOWNTOWN OTTAWA (TRUCK) TUNNEL FEASIBILITY STUDY
Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil : 1. de prendre connaissance de l’étude de faisabilité sur l’aménagement d’un tunnel (pour camions) dans le centre-ville d’Ottawa; 2. de déléguer au maire le pouvoir de communiquer avec les gouvernements fédéral et provincial, au nom du Conseil municipal, pour discuter des prochaines étapes de la planification et de l’aménagement d’un tunnel au centre-ville d’Ottawa, comme le décrit le présent rapport. That Transportation Committee recommend Council: 1. Receive the Downtown Ottawa (Truck) Tunnel Feasibility Study; and 2. Delegate the authority to the Mayor to contact the Federal and Provincial Governments, on behalf of City Council, to discuss next steps relating to the planning and implementation of a Downtown Ottawa Tunnel, as described in this report.
Transportation Committee
2016-09-07
0.727381.82%9.09%DOWNTOWN OTTAWA (TRUCK) TUNNEL FEASIBILITY STUDY
Motion To: Moved by Councillor Deans That Recommendation 2 be amended to delete the words "as described in this report" and add "with priority for the shared funding for the Environmental Assessment."
Transportation Committee
2016-09-07
0.727381.82%9.09%CANTERBURY COMMUNITY OUTDOOR COVERED REFRIGERATED RINK FACILITY AND SPECIAL AREA LEVY
Motion To:
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-04-05
0.727381.82%9.09%DOWNTOWN OTTAWA (TRUCK) TUNNEL FEASIBILITY STUDY
Motion To: Moved by Councillor Fleury Whereas the introduction of any new transportation facility will create a shift in travel patterns; Therefore be it resolved that such discussions and any next steps arising from Recommendation No. 2 also include: (1) The exploration of additional modifications and mitigation measures in order to lessen the impact on the Overbrook community; (2) A comprehensive analysis of the impacts of the new tunnel on all interprovincial crossings and truck routes in the downtown; (3) A functional plan for the reduction of lanes for King Edward Avenue, referencing the Transportation Committee report of March 28, 2011, as part of the next step, being an environmental assessment study, if a downtown tunnel is constructed as an alternative route for interprovincial truck traffic.
Transportation Committee
2016-09-07
0.7587.50%12.50%OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE 2017 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Motion To: CARRIED as part of the Budget Road Map Motion
City Council
2016-12-14
0.7587.50%12.50%2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
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.
City Council
2014-12-03
0.7583.33%8.33%PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2016-05-11
0.7587.50%12.50%PET SHOP BY-LAW REVIEW
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
City Council
2016-04-13
0.7587.50%12.50%CLIMATE CHANGE
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2016-02-24
0.7583.33%8.33%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 6111 AND 6141 HAZELDEAN ROAD
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
City Council
2016-03-23
0.7583.33%8.33%ELGIN STREET AND HAWTHORNE AVENUE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN STUDY
Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITÉ, TELLES QUE MODIFIÉES Que le Conseil approuve ce qui suit: 1. Les conceptions fonctionnelles utilisées conformément aux désignations de rue principale traditionnelle de la ville, à la politique sur les rues complètes et aux Normes de conception accessible de la Ville, tel que décrit dans le présent rapport, pour : a. la rue Elgin (de l’avenue Laurier à la promenade Queen Elizabeth); b. la rue Waverley (de la rue Elgin à la voie Jack Purcell); c. L’avenue Hawthorne (du pont Pretoria à la rue Main); 2. Demande au personnel de la Direction générale des transports, en concertation avec le conseiller du quartier, d’afficher une limite de vitesse sur la rue Elgin (de la rue Lisgar à la rue McLeod) de 30 km/heure, tel que décrit dans le présent rapport. 3. Que le personnel trouve des solutions pour créer des places de stationnement temporaires supplémentaires à proximité de la rue Elgin durant les travaux; a. le directeur génér
City Council
2017-05-10
0.7587.50%12.50%2017 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Motion To: 3. Approve the 2017 Ottawa Police Service Draft Operating and Capital Budgets as recommended by the Ottawa Police Services Board;
City Council
2016-12-14
0.7587.50%12.50%TRANSIT COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULE
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.
City Council
2015-02-25
0.7587.50%12.50%STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT IMPLEMENTATION - PROJECT DEFINITION AND PROCUREMENT PLAN
Motion To: 4. Approve the following related issues and actions for the implementation of the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and related projects, as outlined in this report: c. Approve the following actions with respect to land assembly and property acquisition for the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and related projects, as described in this report and as follows: iv. Direct staff to report the details of the real estate transactions related to the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and approved under delegated authority, including expropriations, to the Finance and Economic Development Committee and City Council after all property interests required for the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and required works have been acquired by the City and all claims for compensation have been settled; and
City Council
2017-03-08
0.7587.50%12.50%REVISED 2017-2018 BUDGET DIRECTIONS AND STRATEGY
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS, AS AMENDED That Council approve the 2017 and 2018 operating budget strategies as outlined in the report, and, based on the new information identified, amend the budget directions as follows: 1. That the City Wide levy, which includes funding for the Police, Library and Public Health, be increased from 1.75% to 2.00% for 2017 and 2018. 2. That, as part of the annual budget process for 2017 and 2018, the budget allocation for the Police, Library and Public Health Boards be based on their individual pro-rated share of a 2.00% tax increase, on the understanding that the estimated 1.3% increase in taxes resulting from growth in assessment will be maintained, and that Council request that these Boards develop their draft budgets with this annual allocation; 3. That the Rate-supported (water and sewer services) 2017 draft budget be developed assuming a 5% increase in the water rate as projected in the 2012 Rate Supported Long Range Financial Plan, as desc
City Council
2016-10-12
0.7587.50%12.50%CLIMATE CHANGE
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.
City Council
2016-02-24
0.7587.50%12.50%OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE 2017 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS
Motion To:
City Council
2016-12-14
0.7587.50%12.50%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
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.
City Council
2016-04-13
0.791787.50%8.33%DEVELOPMENT CHARGE COMPLAINT - 173-175 ARMSTRONG STREET
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.
City Council
2016-05-11
0.791787.50%8.33%FLEET PARTS PROGRAM IMPROVEMENTS
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.
City Council
2016-03-23
0.791783.33%4.17%DEVELOPMENT CHARGE COMPLAINT - 300 GREENBANK ROAD
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
City Council
2016-09-28
0.791783.33%4.17%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
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
City Council
2016-04-13
0.791783.33%4.17%MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
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
City Council
2015-08-26
0.791787.50%8.33%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1400 CARLING AVENUE
Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant le 1400, avenue Carling, afin de permettre l’ajout de deux tours, l’une de dix étages et l’autre de douze étages, à une maison de retraite existante de cinq étages, comme l’expose en détail le document 2. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1400 Carling Avenue to permit the addition of two towers, measuring 10 storeys and 12 storeys, to an existing five storey retirement home, as detailed in Document 2.
City Council
2017-04-12
0.791787.50%8.33%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
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.
City Council
2015-10-14
0.791787.50%8.33%DOWNTOWN OTTAWA (TRUCK) TUNNEL FEASIBILITY STUDY
Motion To: That Council: 1. Receive the Downtown Ottawa (Truck) Tunnel Feasibility Study; and 2. Delegate the authority to the Mayor to contact the Federal and Provincial Governments, on behalf of City Council, to discuss next steps relating to the planning and implementation of a Downtown Ottawa Tunnel, with priority for the shared funding for the Environmental Assessment. 3. Approve that such discussions and any next steps arising from Recommendation No. 2 also include: (a) The exploration of additional modifications and mitigation measures in order to lessen the impact on the Overbrook community; (b) A comprehensive analysis of the impacts of the new tunnel on all interprovincial crossings and truck routes in the downtown; (c) A functional plan for the reduction of lanes for King Edward Avenue, referencing the Transportation Committee report of March 28, 2011, as part of the next step, being an Environmental Assessment Study, if a downtown tunnel is constructed as an alternative rou
City Council
2016-09-14
0.791787.50%8.33%DESIGNATION OF BROADVIEW PUBLIC SCHOOL, 590 BROADVIEW AVENUE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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.
City Council
2015-03-25
0.890.00%10.00%OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 102 BILL LEATHEM DRIVE
Motion To: WHEREAS Recommendation 1 of Staff Report ACS2017-PIE-PS-0041 recommends the refusal of amendments to Zoning By-law 2008-250 and the City of Ottawa Official Plan to permit the development of a multi-purpose facility which is proposed to include place of worship, place of assembly and community centre uses in the ‘Ottawa Airport Operating Influence Zone’; and WHEREAS having heard the submissions in support of the matter; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation 1 of Staff Report ACS2017-PIE-PS-0041 be amended by replacing the word “refuse” with the word “approve”; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the proposed site-specific amendments shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. That the only noise-sensitive land uses permitted at this location shall be those defined exclusively as place of assembly, place of worship and community centre; 2. That the above noise-sensitive land uses shall only be permitted where the Owner has provided a noise study to the sati
Planning Committee
2017-03-28
0.890.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 809 RICHMOND ROAD
Motion To: 1. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 809 Richmond Road to permit a 24-storey mixed-use building, as detailed in Document 2. 2. That Planning Committee approve the Consultation Details Section of this report be included as part of the ‘brief explanation’ in the Summary of Written and Oral Public Submissions, to be prepared by the City Clerk and Solicitor’s Office and submitted to Council in the report titled, “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to Bill 73 ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of 23 August 2017” subject to submissions received between the publication of this report and the time of Council’s decision.
Planning Committee
2017-07-11
0.890.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 256 RIDEAU STREET AND 211 BESSERER STREET
Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend 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.
Planning Committee
2016-04-26
0.810.00%90.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 AND 900 BANK STREET
Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2: Details of the Recommended Zoning and Document 3: Proposed Zoning Schedule, of Report ACS2017-PIE-PS-0036 be amended to reflect the following: 1. Minimum 2nd storey setback of 2.0m
Planning Committee
2017-04-11
0.890.00%10.00%DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION APPLICATION - 6111 AND 6141 HAZELDEAN ROAD
Motion To: That Planning Committee approve: 1. the Draft Plan of Subdivision attached as Document 2, subject to the draft conditions included in Document 3; and 2. delegation of authority to the Manager, Development Review Suburban Services to finalize the draft Plan of Subdivision approval for 6111 and 6141 Hazeldean Road. as amended by the following THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: Delegated Authority Be Returned to staff subject to the following conditions: 1) A condition be added to the Draft Plan Approval to provide a temporary construction access road to the subject property from an Hazeldean Road that will eliminate the need for construction traffic to use the existing surrounding residential streets. 2) That a condition be added to the Draft Plan Approval to require this temporary construction access road be left in place at least until the end of 2019, and that it be brought to ‘Granular A’ prior to the first occupancy within the subdivision to facilitate the public’s use of this temporary
Planning Committee
2016-02-23
0.890.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 385 SUSSEX DRIVE
Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage no 2008-250, afin de permettre un parc de stationnement temporaire au 385, promenade Sussex (Basilique-Cathédrale Notre-Dame), et ce, pendant trois ans maximum, comme il est détaillé dans le Document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 at 385 Sussex Drive (Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica) to permit a temporary parking lot for a maximum of three years, as detailed in Document 2.
Planning Committee
2015-05-12
0.890.00%10.00%KANATA NORTH URBAN EXPANSION STUDY AREA -' INTEGRATED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Motion To: WHEREAS report ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0109, Kanata North Urban Expansion Area – Integrated Official Plan Amendment and Environmental Assessment was scheduled to be considered by Planning Committee on June 28 and by Council on July 13, 2016; AND WHEREAS, at Planning Committee staff brought forward a motion to replace the technical studies accompanying the report with updated versions; AND WHEREAS Planning Committee then decided to close the public hearing portion of this item and table its debate and consideration to the Planning Committee meeting of July 12, 2016, so that the changes to the draft Community Design Plan as a result of the updated technical studies could be further explained; AND WHEREAS staff provided a detailed summary of the changes to Planning Committee by way of a memorandum dated July 6, 2016; THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that report ACS2016-PAI-PGM-0109, Kanata North Urban Expansion Area – Integrated Official Plan Amendment and Environmental Assessment proceed to City Council on Ju
Planning Committee
2016-07-12
0.890.00%10.00%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Motion To: Re: Effective date of the proposed By-law Moved by / Motion de: Councillor G. Darouze WHEREAS the staff report titled, “Regulating Vehicles-for-Hire in the City of Ottawa – Taxis, Limousines and Private Transportation Companies,” (ACS2016-COS-EPS-0012) proposes an effective date of June 30, 2016, for recommended by-law and regulatory provisions as follows: 1. New regulations for Private Transportation Companies (PTCs), as described in the report and in the draft by-law attached as Document 2; 2. Amendments to the Taxi By-law (2012-258, as amended), as described in the report and in the drafting instructions attached as Document 3, and 3. Amendments to Schedule 10 to the Licensing By-law (2002-189, as amended) relating to limousine service, as described in the report and in the drafting instructions attached as Document 4; and WHEREAS the taxicab industry has expressed an interest in a longer implementation timeline; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Community and Protective Services
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-04-07
0.890.00%10.00%IMPACTS OF THE 2016 POLICE SERVICE DOWNLOAD ON BY-LAW & REGULATORY SERVICES
Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee refer Councillor Fleury’s motion to staff for a response back to Council next week (26 October).
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-10-20
0.890.00%10.00%OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES 2015 STATION LOCATION STUDY
Motion To: 3. Approve building a station on Cyrville Road in order to consolidate Fire Station 36 (900 Industrial Avenue) and Fire Station 55 (1700 Blair Road) as outlined in this report.
Community and Protective Services Committee
2015-06-18
0.890.00%10.00%2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET
Motion To: i) Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative and National Homelessness Initiative Operating Resource Requirement: (p. 39);
Community and Protective Services Committee
2015-11-30
0.890.00%10.00%DESIGNATION OF KILMORIE, 21 WITHROW AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERIT AGE ACT
Motion To: BUILT HERITAGE SUB-COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED 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, as amended by the following: 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;”.
Planning Committee
2016-04-26
0.890.00%10.00%BASELINE WOODROFFE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Motion To:
ECPC
2017-06-20
0.890.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 AND 900 BANK STREET
Motion To: 1. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 890 and 900 Bank Street to permit an eight storey mixed-use building with ground floor commercial and a retirement home and residential care facility use, as detailed in Document 2. 2. That Planning Committee approve the Consultation Details Section of this report be included as part of the ‘brief explanation’ in the Summary of Written and Oral Public Submissions, to be prepared by the City Clerk and Solicitor’s Office and submitted to Council in the report titled, “Summary of Oral and Written Public Submissions for Items Subject to Bill 73 ‘Explanation Requirements’ at the City Council Meeting of 26 April 2017” subject to submissions received between the publication of this report and the time of Council’s decision.
Planning Committee
2017-04-11
0.810.00%90.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 809 RICHMOND ROAD
Motion To: Whereas the communities affected by the proposed development have expressed a clear desire for a reduced height of 19 stories; and Whereas a 19-storey tower will result in fewer traffic and visual impacts and greater consistency with the local context; Therefore be it resolved that the height limit for area B and C be reduced to 53 m. Be it further resolved that there be no further notice pursuant to Subsection 34(17) of the Planning Act.
Planning Committee
2017-07-11
0.890.00%10.00%PROHIBITING THE USE OF WATERPIPES IN PUBLIC PLACES AND WORKPLACES
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-08-25
0.890.00%10.00%UPTOWN RIDEAU COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN, AND OFFICIAL PLAN AND SECONDARY PLAN AMENDMENTS
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Planning Committee
2015-11-24
0.890.00%10.00%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1385 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Motion To: 1. Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant le 1385, rue Wellington Ouest, en vue de permettre l’installation d’une terrasse commerciale extérieure à usage temporaire et d’une terrasse commerciale extérieure, comme l’expose en détail le document 2. 2. Que le Comité de l’urbanisme donne son approbation à ce que la section du présent rapport consacrée aux détails de la consultation soit incluse en tant que « brève explication » dans le résumé des observations écrites et orales du public, qui sera rédigé par le Bureau du greffier municipal et de l’avocat général et soumis au Conseil dans le rapport intitulé « Résumé des observations orales et écrites du public sur les questions assujetties aux ‘exigences d''explication’ aux termes du projet de loi 73 », à
Planning Committee
2017-06-27
0.890.00%10.00%2016 DRAFT OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET
Motion To: i) Renewable Funding Operating Resource Requirement (p. 42);
Community and Protective Services Committee
2015-11-30
0.890.00%10.00%CARLINGTON MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK
Motion To:
Community and Protective Services Committee
2016-09-15
0.818290.91%9.09%ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
Motion To:
Transportation Committee
2015-11-04
0.818290.91%9.09%VACANCY REBATE PROGRAM REVIEW
Motion To: WHEREAS the report entitled Vacancy Rebate Program (ACS2017-CSD-REV-0004) recommends a three-year phase out of the Vacancy Rebate Program with a declining rebate and defined eligibility criteria during the phase out as further described in the report, with the complete elimination of the program being effective in 2019; and WHEREAS, it is in the interest of the City and its residential taxpayers to accelerate the timeline for the proposed phase out of the Vacancy Rebate Program, with a timeframe for elimination of the rebates similar to that of the City of Toronto, to encourage commercial and industrial property occupancy rather than to continue to provide tax rebates for vacancies, and to further encourage renovations to occur to make vacant properties fit for occupancy; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Recommendation 1 of report ACS2017 be replaced with the following: 1. That the City of Ottawa’s Vacancy Rebate Program (VRP) be phased out over a period of two years, wit
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2017-05-02
0.818290.91%9.09%STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT IMPLEMENTATION - PROJECT DEFINITION AND PROCUREMENT PLAN
Motion To: 4.c.iv. Direct staff to report the details of the real estate transactions related to the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and approved under delegated authority, including expropriations, to the Finance and Economic Development Committee and City Council after all property interests required for the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and required works have been acquired by the City and all claims for compensation have been settled; and
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2017-02-24
0.818290.91%9.09%ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
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
Transportation Committee
2015-11-04
0.818290.91%9.09%STAGE 2 OTTAWA LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES CONTRACT
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.
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2015-09-01
0.818290.91%9.09%STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT IMPLEMENTATION - PROJECT DEFINITION AND PROCUREMENT PLAN
Motion To: d. Delegate the authority to the Ottawa Light Rail Transit Executive Steering Committee to confirm and recommend to Council the preferred proponent(s) at the close of the Request for Proposals and to, at the discretion of the City Manager, be the decision-making and escalation authority with respect to contract and construction matters; and i. Delegate the authority to the City Manager to add or remove members of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit Executive Steering Committee as required;
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2017-02-24
0.818290.91%9.09%STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT IMPLEMENTATION - PROJECT DEFINITION AND PROCUREMENT PLAN
Motion To: ii. The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario’s Highway 417 (Maitland Ave. to Highway 416) Expansion Project, on the understanding the project will be fully funded by the provincial and federal governments and conditional on an Interface Agreement;
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2017-02-24
0.81829.09%90.91%SPECIAL AREA LEVY AND LOCAL IMPROVEMENT CHARGE
Motion To: That the following wording “using the criteria set out in the Local Improvement Charge process” be removed from the Moffatt motion.
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2016-10-04
0.818290.91%9.09%ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
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.
Transportation Committee
2015-11-04
0.833387.50%4.17%OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - SALE OF 3071 RIVERSIDE DRIVE WITH REVISED CONCEPT PLAN
Motion To: That Council receive the revised Concept Plan contained in Document 2 to permit the financial closing of an Agreement of Purchase and Sale between the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation and the Purchaser for 3071 Riverside Drive.
City Council
2016-11-09
0.833391.67%8.33%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 566 HILSON AVENUE AND 148 CLARE STREET
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.
City Council
2015-02-25
0.833391.67%8.33%SOLID WASTE BY-LAW AMENDMENT
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2015-10-14
0.833391.67%8.33%ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE
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.
City Council
2015-02-25
0.833387.50%4.17%MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
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.
City Council
2016-03-23
0.833391.67%8.33%Appendix A
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2015-10-14
0.833391.67%8.33%HUNT CLUB ROAD SPEED REDUCTION
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.
City Council
2015-11-12
0.833391.67%8.33%OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 102 BILL LEATHEM DRIVE
Motion To: a. that the only noise-sensitive land uses permitted at this location shall be those defined exclusively as place of assembly, place of worship and community centre;
City Council
2017-04-12
0.833387.50%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 256 RIDEAU STREET AND 211 BESSERER STREET
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.
City Council
2016-05-11
0.833387.50%4.17%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
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
City Council
2016-03-23
0.833387.50%4.17%CENTRAL LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT: OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY-LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA JOINT PROJECT
Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That City Council approve the Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada (OPL-LAC) Joint Project for a new Ottawa Central Library as described in Ottawa Public Library Board Report OPLB-2017-0101, and as follows: a. Approve proceeding with a partnership with Library and Archives Canada based on the overall assessment score, as detailed in the Ottawa Public Library Development Project OPL-LAC Partnership Assessment Report (Document 2); b. Approve the Central Library Development Project Relationship Framework, as outlined in this report and described in Document 3 with LAC for an OPL-LAC Joint Facility, subject to the approval of Government of Canada, and delegate the authority to negotiate and finalize a Relationship Agreement with Library and Archives Canada for the design, development, construction and operation of a joint facility to the CEO of the Ottawa Public Library, in consultation with the City Manager of the City of Ottawa and report ba
City Council
2017-02-08
0.833387.50%4.17%PHOTO RADAR ON LOCAL STREETS
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.
City Council
2016-05-11
0.87591.67%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1385 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant le 1385, rue Wellington Ouest, en vue de permettre l’installation d’une terrasse commerciale extérieure à usage temporaire et d’une terrasse commerciale extérieure, comme l’expose en détail le document 2. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1385 Wellington Street West to permit an outdoor commercial patio, and a temporary use outdoor commercial patio, as detailed in Document 2.
City Council
2017-07-12
0.87591.67%4.17%NUISANCE MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM AND MOSQUITO RESEARCH PROGRAM - SPECIAL AREA LEVY
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
City Council
2016-02-24
0.87591.67%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 890 GREENBRIAR AVENUE
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
City Council
2016-06-22
0.87591.67%4.17%LONG RANGE FINANCIAL PLAN V - TAX SUPPORTED CAPITAL
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve that in order to address the funding target as recommended in the Comprehensive Asset Management Program report, the following funding strategies be approved for consideration as part of future budgets: 1. That the use of debt for tax supported capital works continue to correspond to the amount of debt retiring and funded from the City Wide property taxation; 2. That the contribution from taxation for the renewal of existing assets be increased by inflation (Construction Price Index) and an additional $10.5 million in the 2018 budget , as a priority within Council’s approved tax targets; 3. That the annual contribution from taxation for the renewal of existing assets be increased annually by inflation and an additional $7.8 million per year starting in the 2019 budget for 9 years as outlined in this report; 4. That staff continu
City Council
2017-06-14
0.87591.67%4.17%DESIGNATION OF KILMORIE, 21 WITHROW AVENUE, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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;”.
City Council
2016-05-11
0.87591.67%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 404 EDEN AVENUE
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 404 Eden Avenue to permit a four-storey apartment building, as detailed in Document 2.
City Council
2017-02-08
0.87591.67%4.17%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
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.
City Council
2016-01-27
0.87591.67%4.17%PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW REVIEW
Motion To: That the By-Law in Table 6A and B be amended to delete the words after the word ‘billboard’.
City Council
2016-08-31
0.87591.67%4.17%PROHIBITING THE USE OF WATER PIPES IN PUBLIC PLACES AND WORKPLACES
Motion To:
City Council
2016-08-31
0.87591.67%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 809 RICHMOND ROAD
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
City Council
2017-07-12
0.87591.67%4.17%RIVER ROAD SPEED REDUCTION FROM LOWEN DRIVE TO 110M SOUTH OF TEWSLEY DRIVE
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve that the speed limit along River Road between Lowen Drive and 110m south of Tewsley Drive be reduced from 70 km/h to 60 km/h.
City Council
2017-06-14
0.87591.67%4.17%OC TRANSPO FARE SYSTEM - RESTRUCTURING TO COORDINATE WITH THE O-TRAIN CONFEDERATION LINE MULTIMODAL OPERATIONS
Motion To: 1. The adoption of a new fare structure, as outlined in this report and illustrated in Document 1 of this report, effective January 1, 2017, and subject to annual budget approval, including the following elements: ii. The removal of the requirement for fare upgrades during the morning peak period on Para Transpo service; iii. The discontinuation of paper tickets and paper monthly passes; iv. The introduction of a monthly Access Pass; v. The replacement of the Student Monthly Pass by a new Youth Monthly Pass; and, vi. Future introduction of multi-day passes.
City Council
2016-06-22
0.87591.67%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 385 SUSSEX DRIVE
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
City Council
2015-05-27
0.916795.83%4.17%SANDY HILL - PROPERTY STANDARDS, WASTE AND OTHER MATTERS
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Approve amendments to the Property Maintenance By-law (2005-208, as amended) and the Property Standards By-law (2013-416) as set out in Document 2 and described in this report, as part of a pilot project to commence upon enactment of the amendments and end on July 12, 2019, and direct staff to provide an evaluation of the results of this pilot project and any associated recommendations following the conclusion of the project; 2. Delegate the authority to the Manager, By-law and Regulatory Services to finalize and make minor adjustments to the amending by-laws described in Recommendation 1 to give effect to the intent of Council for the duration of the pilot project; 3. Approve that the Solid Waste Collection Design Guidelines will apply to all residential development within Area “A” shown on Document 1, as described in this report
City Council
2017-06-28
0.916795.83%4.17%OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 102 BILL LEATHEM DRIVE
Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉS, TELLES QUE MODIFIÉES Que le Conseil approuve : 1. une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 et une modification au Plan officiel de la Ville d’Ottawa, visant à permettre l’aménagement d’une installation polyvalente devant comprendre des utilisations de lieu de culte, de lieu de rassemblement et de centre communautaire dans la « zone d’influence d’exploitation de l’aéroport d’Ottawa »; 2. que les modifications proposées au site soient soumises aux conditions suivantes : b. que les utilisations du sol sensibles au bruit susmentionnées ne soient permises que si le propriétaire produit une étude à la satisfaction du directeur général de la planification, de l’infrastructure et du développement économique. Il est entendu que les mesures d’atténuation du bruit recommandées dans l’étude devront être mises en œuvre à la satisfaction du directeur général de la planification, de l’infrastructure et du dé
City Council
2017-04-12
0.916795.83%4.17%APPLICATION TO ALTER THE CHARLES BILLINGS HOUSE, 187 BILLINGS AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
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.)
City Council
2015-01-28
0.916795.83%4.17%2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
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
City Council
2014-12-03
0.916795.83%4.17%BACKFLOW PREVENTION PROGRAM
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.
City Council
2015-10-14
0.916795.83%4.17%2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
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.
City Council
2014-12-03
0.916795.83%4.17%ROADSIDE MEMORIALS POLICY
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.)
City Council
2015-11-12
0.916795.83%4.17%STAGE 2 LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT IMPLEMENTATION - PROJECT DEFINITION AND PROCUREMENT PLAN
Motion To: 4. Approve the following related issues and actions for the implementation of the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project and related projects, as outlined in this report: d. Delegate the authority to the Ottawa Light Rail Transit Executive Steering Committee to confirm and recommend to Council the preferred proponent(s) at the close of the Request for Proposals and to, at the discretion of the City Manager, be the decision-making and escalation authority with respect to contract and construction matters; and i. Delegate the authority to the City Manager to add or remove members of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit Executive Steering Committee as required;
City Council
2017-03-08
0.916795.83%4.17%ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2015'2016 WORK PLAN
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.
City Council
2015-10-28
0.916795.83%4.17%ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
City Council
2016-02-24
0.916795.83%4.17%SMART CITY INITIATIVES
Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil municipal recommande que le Comité des finances et du développement économique se voie confier la gouvernance des initiatives « Ville intelligente » et que l’on demande au personnel de soumettre un rapport au Comité des finances et du développement économique et au Conseil sur une vision et une feuille de route visant à faire d’Ottawa une ville intelligente tirant parti des travaux et des investissements que réalise Hydro Ottawa. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That City Council recommend that the Finance and Economic Development Committee be assigned governance over Smart City initiatives, and that staff be directed to come back to the Finance and Economic Development committee and Council with a report on a vision and roadmap for Ottawa to become a Smart City which builds on the work and investment being made by Hydro Ottawa.
City Council
2016-06-08
0.916795.83%4.17%BASELINE WOODROFFE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the results of the Class Environmental Assessment Study for the Baseline Woodroffe stormwater management pond as detailed in Document 1 and direct staff to proceed with posting the Notice of Study Completion for a 30-day public review period in accordance with the Ontario Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Schedule "B" process.
City Council
2017-06-28
0.916795.83%4.17%ZONING AND PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 6279 FERNBANK ROAD
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.
City Council
2015-10-28
0.916795.83%4.17%PROPOSED 2016 BUDGET TIMELINE AND 2016-2018 BUDGET DIRECTIONS
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
City Council
2015-10-14
0.916795.83%4.17%REGULATING VEHICLES-FOR-HIRE IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA - TAXIS, LIMOUSINES AND PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
Motion To:
City Council
2016-04-13
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