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1034 votes found in year 2014

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8138Motion To: That the Mayor’s remarks given at the Inaugural Ceremony on December 1, 2014, be appended to the Minutes of today’s Council meeting.
Item #321394: ROLL CALL
City Council
2014-12-10
8139Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve the directions and timetable for developing and approving the 2015 budget, as outlined in this report.
Item #321662: 2015 PROPOSED BUDGET DIRECTION AND TIMETABLE
City Council
2014-12-10
8140Motion To: REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS That Council approve the following: 1. Designate the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation’s (OCHC) affordable housing stock as municipal capital housing facilities as permitted under Section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and as defined in section 2(1)18. of the Ontario Regulation 603/06 as amended; 2.Implement this designation by a Municipal Capital Facilities Agreement (MCFA) between the City of Ottawa and OCHC (Document 1) and enact the associated by-laws (Document 2 and 3); 3.Direct the General Manager, Community and Social Services Department, to reduce the annual subsidy provided by the City to OCHC, pursuant to an operating agreement, by the amount of the municipal property tax savings to OCHC generated through the property tax exemption recommended by this report, to ensure that there is no net impact on the City’s operating budget; 4.OCHC is required to redirect the savings from the education portion of the property taxes, generated through the property tax e
Item #321503: DESIGNATING OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION'S AFFORDABLE HOUSING STOCK AS MUNICIPAL CAPITAL HOUSING FACILITIES EXEMPT FROM MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL PROPERTY TAXES
City Council
2014-12-10
8141Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Item #321834: APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, SUB-COMMITTEES AND TRANSIT COMMISSION - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
City Council
2014-12-10
8142Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Item #321835: APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
City Council
2014-12-10
8143Motion To: That recommendation 11 with respect to appointments to the Selection Panel for the Ottawa Public Library Board be amended to appoint Councillor Tim Tierney, replacing Councillor Catherine McKenney.
Item #321836: APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2014-2018 COUNCIL
City Council
2014-12-10
8144Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #321836: APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2014-2018 COUNCIL
City Council
2014-12-10
8145Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Item #321837: APPOINTMENTS TO EXTERNAL AGENCIES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
City Council
2014-12-10
8146Motion To: WHEREAS the proposed development has been revised to lower the height of that part of the building containing the parking garage to 1.2 metres above grade at the highest point; AND WHEREAS it is proposed to capture this new height within the Zoning By-law Amendment proposed; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. Document 2, Details of Recommended Zoning of report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0178, be amended as follows: i. By replacing text, - The minimum rear yard setback is 0 metres for any part of the building 1.5 metres in height or less and 7.5 metres for any part of the building above 1.5 metres in height. - The minimum interior side yard setback is 0 metres for any part of the building 1.5 metres or less in height and 1.5 metres for any part of the building above 1.5 metres in height. With the text, - The minimum rear yard setback is 0 metres for any part of the building 1.2 metres in height or less and 7.5 metres for any part of the building above 1.2 metres in height. - The minimum eastern interior sid
Item #321465: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
City Council
2014-12-10
8147Motion To: That this item be REFERRED to the Planning Committee
Item #321465: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
City Council
2014-12-10
8148Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #321465: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
City Council
2014-12-10
8149Motion To: That the reasons for refusal for 67 Marquette and related addresses be as follows: 1- The number of units represents more intensity than is appropriate 2- Adverse impacts due to parking
Item #321465: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
City Council
2014-12-10
8150Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Item #321567: EXEMPTION FOR SITE PLAN CONTROL - 155 CLARE STREET
City Council
2014-12-10
8151Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Item #321464: ZONING - ANOMALY - 460 ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD
City Council
2014-12-10
8152Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
Item #321466: MURAL ON 264 FOURTH AVENUE
City Council
2014-12-10
8153Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-12-10
8154Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-12-10
8155Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/8
City Council
2014-12-10
8156Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/8
City Council
2014-12-10
8157Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
City Council
2014-12-10
8158Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
City Council
2014-12-10
8159Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor S. Moffatt
City Council
2014-12-10
8160Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor S. Moffatt
City Council
2014-12-10
8161Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the ?Ontario Minister of Environment has approved the Source Protection Plans for both the Mississippi-Rideau and the Raisin'South Nation Source Water Protection Regions; and,
City Council
2014-12-10
8162Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the ?Ontario Minister of Environment has approved the Source Protection Plans for both the Mississippi-Rideau and the Raisin'South Nation Source Water Protection Regions; and,
City Council
2014-12-10
8163Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the Source Protection Plans for Mississippi-Rideau and Raisin South Nation will come into effect on January 1, 2015' and April 1, 2015 respectively; and,
City Council
2014-12-10
8164Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the Source Protection Plans for Mississippi-Rideau and Raisin South Nation will come into effect on January 1, 2015' and April 1, 2015 respectively; and,
City Council
2014-12-10
8165Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS it is a requirement of the Source Protection Act that Council appoint a qualified Risk Management Official and a Risk Management Inspector before the Source Protection Plans come into effect; and,
City Council
2014-12-10
8166Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS it is a requirement of the Source Protection Act that Council appoint a qualified Risk Management Official and a Risk Management Inspector before the Source Protection Plans come into effect; and,
City Council
2014-12-10
8167Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS Derrick Moodie, Manager, Development Review - Rural Services has achieved the required qualifications and certification,
City Council
2014-12-10
8168Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS Derrick Moodie, Manager, Development Review - Rural Services has achieved the required qualifications and certification,
City Council
2014-12-10
8169Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoints Derrick Moodie as the City's 'Risk Management Official' and 'Risk Management Inspector' for the period from January 1, 2015 until June 1, 2015 to provide an opportunity for this position to be staffed on a permanent basis.
City Council
2014-12-10
8170Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoints Derrick Moodie as the City's 'Risk Management Official' and 'Risk Management Inspector' for the period from January 1, 2015 until June 1, 2015 to provide an opportunity for this position to be staffed on a permanent basis.
City Council
2014-12-10
8171Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8172Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8173Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8174Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8175Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/9
City Council
2014-12-10
8176Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/9
City Council
2014-12-10
8177Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor S. Qadri
City Council
2014-12-10
8178Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor S. Qadri
City Council
2014-12-10
8179Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor A. Hubley
City Council
2014-12-10
8180Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor A. Hubley
City Council
2014-12-10
8181Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS avenue Founder Avenue is a registered street in the City of Ottawa;
City Council
2014-12-10
8182Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS avenue Founder Avenue is a registered street in the City of Ottawa;
City Council
2014-12-10
8183Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the City's street naming criteria encourages the use of names that reflect 'people, places, events or things related to the local area and its residents';
City Council
2014-12-10
8184Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the City's street naming criteria encourages the use of names that reflect 'people, places, events or things related to the local area and its residents';
City Council
2014-12-10
8185Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the name Robert Grant has historical significance to the area of Goulbourn and has received Commemorative Naming Committee approval to be used as a street name;
City Council
2014-12-10
8186Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the name Robert Grant has historical significance to the area of Goulbourn and has received Commemorative Naming Committee approval to be used as a street name;
City Council
2014-12-10
8187Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the properties along existing avenue Founder Avenue are still under development and therefore there would be little or no disruption to property owners as the result of a street name change;
City Council
2014-12-10
8188Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the properties along existing avenue Founder Avenue are still under development and therefore there would be little or no disruption to property owners as the result of a street name change;
City Council
2014-12-10
8189Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the developers in the area are all in support of the proposed name change;
City Council
2014-12-10
8190Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: AND WHEREAS the developers in the area are all in support of the proposed name change;
City Council
2014-12-10
8191Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff to take the steps necessary to review a proposed street name change from avenue Founder Avenue to avenue Robert Grant Avenue and report back to Planning Committee and Council by the end of January 2015.
City Council
2014-12-10
8192Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff to take the steps necessary to review a proposed street name change from avenue Founder Avenue to avenue Robert Grant Avenue and report back to Planning Committee and Council by the end of January 2015.
City Council
2014-12-10
8193Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8194Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8195Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8196Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8197Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/10
City Council
2014-12-10
8198Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/10
City Council
2014-12-10
8199Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Moved by Mayor J. Watson
City Council
2014-12-10
8200Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Moved by Mayor J. Watson
City Council
2014-12-10
8201Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor B. Monette
City Council
2014-12-10
8202Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor B. Monette
City Council
2014-12-10
8203Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS on February 20th, 2014, the City of Ottawa and the City Manager executed an extension of the Employment Contract for the City Manager for a fixed period of one (1) year, a period that is set to expire on March 31st, 2015; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8204Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS on February 20th, 2014, the City of Ottawa and the City Manager executed an extension of the Employment Contract for the City Manager for a fixed period of one (1) year, a period that is set to expire on March 31st, 2015; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8205Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the Employment Contract states that the City must provide the City Manager with at least three (3) months notice prior to March 31st, 2015, if the City wishes to renew the Employment Contract and extend its term for a further period of one (1) year; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8206Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the Employment Contract states that the City must provide the City Manager with at least three (3) months notice prior to March 31st, 2015, if the City wishes to renew the Employment Contract and extend its term for a further period of one (1) year; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8207Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the City and the City Manager are to attempt to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of the renewal of the City Manager's Employment Contract by January 31st, 2015; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8208Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the City and the City Manager are to attempt to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of the renewal of the City Manager's Employment Contract by January 31st, 2015; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8209Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS if the Parties are unable to reach agreement on the terms and conditions for the renewal, the City Manager's employment shall be deemed to be non-renewed and his employment will end as of March 31st, 2015; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8210Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS if the Parties are unable to reach agreement on the terms and conditions for the renewal, the City Manager's employment shall be deemed to be non-renewed and his employment will end as of March 31st, 2015; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8211Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the City Manager's continued leadership on key initiatives, including the next phase of light rail, is important to the successful completion of City Council's goals during this term;
City Council
2014-12-10
8212Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the City Manager's continued leadership on key initiatives, including the next phase of light rail, is important to the successful completion of City Council's goals during this term;
City Council
2014-12-10
8213Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
City Council
2014-12-10
8214Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
City Council
2014-12-10
8215Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: 1. That City Council delegate to the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors, and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee the authority to give formal notice to the City Manager, in accordance with the provisions of the City Manager's Employment Contract, of the City's desire to renew the Cont
City Council
2014-12-10
8216Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: 1. That City Council delegate to the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors, and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee the authority to give formal notice to the City Manager, in accordance with the provisions of the City Manager's Employment Contract, of the City's desire to renew the Cont
City Council
2014-12-10
8217Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8218Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8219Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: 2. That staff be directed to provide support to the working group established above, including providing salary and benefit benchmarking information and legal advice as required for the purpose of negotiations;
City Council
2014-12-10
8220Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: 2. That staff be directed to provide support to the working group established above, including providing salary and benefit benchmarking information and legal advice as required for the purpose of negotiations;
City Council
2014-12-10
8221Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: 3. That, consistent with past practice, the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be delegated the authority to negotiate, finalize and execute both the contract extension and any required changes to the contract;
City Council
2014-12-10
8222Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: 3. That, consistent with past practice, the Mayor, the Deputy Mayors and the Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be delegated the authority to negotiate, finalize and execute both the contract extension and any required changes to the contract;
City Council
2014-12-10
8223Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8224Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8225Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: 4. That, should the Mayor, Deputy Mayors, and Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be unable to reach an agreement with the City Manager by January 31st, 2015 on the terms and conditions of the renewal of his contract, with the result that the City Manager's employment will termi
City Council
2014-12-10
8226Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: 4. That, should the Mayor, Deputy Mayors, and Vice Chair of Finance and Economic Development Committee be unable to reach an agreement with the City Manager by January 31st, 2015 on the terms and conditions of the renewal of his contract, with the result that the City Manager's employment will termi
City Council
2014-12-10
8227Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8228Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8229Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: 5. That the Mayor, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, report to Council on the exercise of the delegated authority set out above in the manner he deems most appropriate.
City Council
2014-12-10
8230Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: 5. That the Mayor, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, report to Council on the exercise of the delegated authority set out above in the manner he deems most appropriate.
City Council
2014-12-10
8231Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8232Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8233Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8234Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8235Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-12-10
8236Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-12-10
8237Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/11
City Council
2014-12-10
8238Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/11
City Council
2014-12-10
8239Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
City Council
2014-12-10
8240Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry
City Council
2014-12-10
8241Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor M. Wilkinson
City Council
2014-12-10
8242Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor M. Wilkinson
City Council
2014-12-10
8243Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City's funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada's portion of the funding for this project.
City Council
2014-12-10
8244Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City's funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada's portion of the funding for this project.
City Council
2014-12-10
8245Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8246Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8247Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding's turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8248Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding's turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8249Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is:
City Council
2014-12-10
8250Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is:
City Council
2014-12-10
8251Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: ' a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community;
City Council
2014-12-10
8252Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: ' a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community;
City Council
2014-12-10
8253Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: ' beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River;
City Council
2014-12-10
8254Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: ' beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River;
City Council
2014-12-10
8255Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: ' beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding's turtles;
City Council
2014-12-10
8256Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: ' beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding's turtles;
City Council
2014-12-10
8257Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: ' supportive of the City of Ottawa's natural heritage and water policies;
City Council
2014-12-10
8258Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: ' supportive of the City of Ottawa's natural heritage and water policies;
City Council
2014-12-10
8259Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: ' supportive of the Water Environment Strategy, the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan, and the Carp River Subwatershed Study; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8260Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: ' supportive of the Water Environment Strategy, the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan, and the Carp River Subwatershed Study; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8261Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada, the City of Ottawa and the Mississippi Conservation Authority have reached agreement in principle with a private landowner for the restoration of 1.5 ha of wetland 'ox-bow' habitat along 600 m of the Carp River floodplain near Huntmar Drive for an estimated cost of $5
City Council
2014-12-10
8262Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada, the City of Ottawa and the Mississippi Conservation Authority have reached agreement in principle with a private landowner for the restoration of 1.5 ha of wetland 'ox-bow' habitat along 600 m of the Carp River floodplain near Huntmar Drive for an estimated cost of $5
City Council
2014-12-10
8263Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada has secured approval under the National Wetland Conservation Fund for 50% of the cost of the project; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8264Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS Ducks Unlimited Canada has secured approval under the National Wetland Conservation Fund for 50% of the cost of the project; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8265Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS funding is available in the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund for the protection and restoration of environmental lands;
City Council
2014-12-10
8266Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS funding is available in the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund for the protection and restoration of environmental lands;
City Council
2014-12-10
8267Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve:
City Council
2014-12-10
8268Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve:
City Council
2014-12-10
8269Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: 1. The use of the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund to fund 50% of the cost of the Carp River Wetland and Habitat Creation Project, up to a limit of $250,000.
City Council
2014-12-10
8270Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: 1. The use of the Environmental Resource Area Acquisition Reserve Fund to fund 50% of the cost of the Carp River Wetland and Habitat Creation Project, up to a limit of $250,000.
City Council
2014-12-10
8271Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Attachment to Motion No. 2/11
City Council
2014-12-10
8272Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Attachment to Motion No. 2/11
City Council
2014-12-10
8273Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8274Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8275Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''' CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8276Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''' CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8277Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8278Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8279Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/12
City Council
2014-12-10
8280Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: MOTION NO. 2/12
City Council
2014-12-10
8281Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor M. Fleury
City Council
2014-12-10
8282Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Moved by Councillor M. Fleury
City Council
2014-12-10
8283Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor J. Harder
City Council
2014-12-10
8284Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: Seconded by Councillor J. Harder
City Council
2014-12-10
8285Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion.
City Council
2014-12-10
8286Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion.
City Council
2014-12-10
8287Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8288Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and
City Council
2014-12-10
8289Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures.
City Council
2014-12-10
8290Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures.
City Council
2014-12-10
8291Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility w
City Council
2014-12-10
8292Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility w
City Council
2014-12-10
8293Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanier should occur.
City Council
2014-12-10
8294Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanier should occur.
City Council
2014-12-10
8295Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8296Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442: CARRIED
City Council
2014-12-10
8297Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to consider the following motion, due to urgent timelines as City’s funding must be confirmed this month in order to secure the Ducks Unlimited Canada’s portion of the funding for this project. WHEREAS the natural functioning of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Village of Carp has experienced significant negative impacts from historical straightening and loss of wetlands in its floodplain; and WHEREAS the population of threatened Blanding’s turtles in the adjacent South March Highlands Natural Environment Area is at risk from historical loss of habitat and habitat fragmentation; and WHEREAS restoration of wetlands along the Carp River is: • a goal of the City of Ottawa, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, and the local community; • beneficial to the natural functioning of the Carp River; • beneficial to the South March Highlands population of Blanding’s turtles; • supportive of the City of Ottawa’s natural herita
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8298Motion To: WHEREAS the existing R4 zone standards were conceived several years ago under different land use policy frameworks, market conditions and development pressures; and WHEREAS recent development applications have led the community to ask whether the R4 rules are proving sufficient to ensure the general intent of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law in the face of new residential infill pressures. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Growth Management be directed to include as part of its Term of Council Workplan a study of the R4 zone provisions to ensure that they appropriately reflect the goals and objectives of the Official Plan with respect to residential infill and compatibility with established neighbourhood character; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT that following the completion of this study that a visioning exercise for the residential areas of the Vanier community be undertaken if the results of the R4 study do not provide sufficient clarity on how the residential evolution of Vanie
Item #321442:
City Council
2014-12-10
8299Motion To: WHEREAS the ?Ontario Minister of Environment has approved the Source Protection Plans for both the Mississippi-Rideau and the Raisin–South Nation Source Water Protection Regions; and, WHEREAS the Source Protection Plans for Mississippi-Rideau and Raisin South Nation will come into effect on January 1, 2015 and April 1, 2015 respectively; and, WHEREAS it is a requirement of the Source Protection Act that Council appoint a qualified Risk Management Official and a Risk Management Inspector before the Source Protection Plans come into effect; and, WHEREAS Derrick Moodie, Manager, Development Review – Rural Services has achieved the required qualifications and certification, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council appoints Derrick Moodie as the City’s “Risk Management Official” and “Risk Management Inspector” for the period from January 1, 2015 until June 1, 2015 to provide an opportunity for this position to be staffed on a permanent basis.
Item #321443: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-12-10
8300Motion To: WHEREAS avenue Founder Avenue is a registered street in the City of Ottawa; AND WHEREAS the City’s street naming criteria encourages the use of names that reflect “people, places, events or things related to the local area and its residents”; AND WHEREAS the name Robert Grant has historical significance to the area of Goulbourn and has received Commemorative Naming Committee approval to be used as a street name; AND WHEREAS the properties along existing avenue Founder Avenue are still under development and therefore there would be little or no disruption to property owners as the result of a street name change; AND WHEREAS the developers in the area are all in support of the proposed name change; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct staff to take the steps necessary to review a proposed street name change from avenue Founder Avenue to avenue Robert Grant Avenue and report back to Planning Committee and Council by the end of January 2015.
Item #321443: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-12-10
8301Motion To: WHEREAS on February 20th, 2014, the City of Ottawa and the City Manager executed an extension of the Employment Contract for the City Manager for a fixed period of one (1) year, a period that is set to expire on March 31st, 2015; and WHEREAS the Employment Contract states that the City must provide the City Manager with at least three (3) months notice prior to March 31st, 2015, if the City wishes to renew the Employment Contract and extend its term for a further period of one (1) year; and WHEREAS the City and the City Manager are to attempt to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of the renewal of the City Manager’s Employment Contract by January 31st, 2015; and WHEREAS if the Parties are unable to reach agreement on the terms and conditions for the renewal, the City Manager’s employment shall be deemed to be non-renewed and his employment will end as of March 31st, 2015; and WHEREAS the City Manager’s continued leadership on key initiatives, including the next phase of light rai
Item #321443: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-12-10
8302Motion To: WHEREAS the U-Pass program has been successfully implemented at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University since 2011 and more recently in 2013 at Saint Paul University, following successful student referenda of their respective student bodies, and these institutions have expressed support for the program’s continuation beyond the expiration in 2015 of existing agreements; and WHEREAS the Algonquin Students’ Association has confirmed its successful referendum for the introduction of the U-Pass in the 2015-2016 academic year and beyond, and the Algonquin College administration has advised of upcoming internal approval requirements for implementation of the U-Pass; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council approve the continuation of the U-Pass program at post-secondary institutions for the 2015-2016 academic year and beyond on a continuing basis, based on the required universal participation of eligible students at the institution, with a U-Pass fee of $192.70 per four-month semester
Item #321443: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-12-10
8303Motion To: WHEREAS developing community pride in our new communities is important and our parks in Kanata South are a visual tangible reminder of the many reasons we can be proud more; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s emergency services recommends distinct park names in order to avoid miscommunications during emergency dispatching and response; and WHEREAS the name ‘Proudmore Romina Park’ is not a commemorative name and does not fall under the commemorative naming process and emergency services has cleared the name ‘Proudmore’ for the purposes of 911; and WHEREAS the Bridlewood Community Association and the Trailwest Community Association have been consulted on the proposed name; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Romina Park, which fronts onto Romina Street in Bridlewood Trails, be renamed to ‘Proudmore Romina Park’.
Item #321443: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-12-10
8304Motion To: Whereas the City does have a process for reviewing an employment position when it becomes vacant through retirement or otherwise to determine if said position is still necessary and needs to be filled. Does this process consider task reassignments or technological solutions as alternatives to filling the position? If so, how?
Item #321449: INQUIRIES
City Council
2014-12-10
8305Motion To: The City of Calgary has recently implemented a program whereby a decal with the ribbon symbol honouring First-Responders will be placed on all City vehicles. In light of the recent incident in October I believe it would be an appropriate action to recognize our First-Responder staff. I would like to have our City Staff investigate the program with the City of Calgary and report back to Council with suggestions on how this could be considered for City of Ottawa vehicles By way of background such decals were recently introduced by the City of Calgary and has been reported by CBC News at the link below: http://www.cbc.ca/m/news/canada/calgary/decals-on-city-of-calgary-vehicles-to-honour-1st-responders-for-a-year-1.2848815
Item #321449: INQUIRIES
City Council
2014-12-10
8306Motion To: Moved by Mayor WatsonWHEREAS the Governance Report, considered by Council at its meeting of December 3, 2014, recommended that the Mayor be tasked with recommending the appointment of two (2) Deputy Mayors and the appointment of the City of Ottawa’s new Sports Commissioner as part of the Nominating Committee process, and there is also a need to appoint two (2) Members of Council to the City of Ottawa’s Task Force on Canada’s 150th anniversary;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint:1. The following Members of Council as Deputy Mayors:Councillor Bob Monette; and Councillor Mark Taylor 2. Councillor Jody Mitic as the City of Ottawa’s Sports Commissioner; and3. The following Members of Council to the City of Ottawa’s Task Force on Canada’s 150th anniversary:Councillor Mathieu Fleury; and Councillor Jean Cloutier.
Item #321788: APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Nominating
2014-12-09
8307Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor Jan WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on Decembe 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council to the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees, including the recommended Chair and Vice-Chair, as follows: 1. Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee i. Councillor Scott Moffatt (Chair)ii. Councillor George Darouze (Vice-Chair)iii. Councillor Eli El-Chantiryiv. Council
Item #321788: APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING COMMITTEES, TRANSIT COMMISSION AND SUB-COMMITTEES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Nominating
2014-12-09
8308Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor David ChernushenkoSeconded by / N/AWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on December 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council to the various Boards:1. Ottawa Police Services Boardi. Councillor Eli El-Chantiry and that Council recommend to the Ottawa Police Services Board that Councillor El-Chantiry be nominated to be Chair of the Board;ii. Councillor Jan Harder; andiii. Councillor Tim Tie
Item #321789: APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Nominating
2014-12-09
8309Motion To: WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on December 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council to the various Selection Panels for boards, advisory committees and the Committee of Adjustment, in addition to the Mayor as an ex officio Member of all Selection Panels:1. Transit Commissioni. Councillor Diane Deans; andii. Councillor Stephen Blais. 2. Built Heritage Sub-Committee (for Reserve members)i. Councillor Jan Harder; and
Item #321790: APPOINTMENT OF SELECTION PANELS FOR BOARDS, ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Nominating
2014-12-09
8310Motion To: WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has received and reviewed the results of Councillors’ responses to the Nominating Committee survey circulated to Members of Council on December 3, 2014; andWHEREAS the Nominating Committee has considered Members’ preferences and has kept in mind the need to ensure a City-wide balance and perspective on the various Standing Committees/Transit Commission and Sub-Committees; and WHEREAS the Nominating Committee has also considered, as much as possible, each Councillor’s previous service, experience and areas of interest;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Nominating Committee recommend Council appoint the following Members of Council as the Ottawa City Council representatives to the various municipal organizations: 1. Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)i. Councillor Mark Taylor. 2. Association of Francophone Municipalities of Ontario (AFMO)i. Councillor Jean Cloutier. 3. Canadian Capital Cities Organization (CCCO)i. Councillor Bob Monette. 4. Federat
Item #321791: APPOINTMENTS TO EXTERNAL AGENCIES - 2014-2018 COUNCIL TERM
Nominating
2014-12-09
8123Motion To: That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled “2014-2018 Council Governance Review” be received and considered.
Item #321624: Moved by Councillor R. Chiarelli Seconded by Councillor M. Fleury That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled '2014-2018 Council Governance Review' be received and considered.
City Council
2014-12-03
8124Motion To: WHEREAS in drafting the 2014-2018 Governance Review Report, there were (several, two) items inadvertently omitted and a technical amendment is required to address these omissions in those recommendations relating to the Delegation of Authority By-law and the Ward or Position-Specific Appointments; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, in Part I, Section A, Recommendation 16, the Mayor’s appointment to the Board of Invest Ottawa be added to the list of Ward or Position-Specific Appointments as described in Document 4; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that, in Part IV, Recommendation 3, an amendment be included such that the City Clerk and Solicitor be delegated authority to sign Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 compliance reports and other required reports for filing with the designated Provincial authority under Schedule “A” Section 62 of the Delegation of Authority By-law, as required by the Act and in keeping with current practice.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8125Motion 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.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8126Motion To: WHEREAS the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee is charged with planning matters in the rural areas but has no formal role with respect to Development Charges in their mandate; and WHEREAS, as part of the 2010-2014 Committee Terms of Reference provided the Transit Commission with input into the transit-related portions of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP), while the Transportation Committee retained carriage of the TMP and this model worked well; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to prepare the draft Terms of Reference for the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and the Planning Committee 1) to provide the Agriculture and Rural Affairs include the responsibility for the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee to review and make recommendations to Planning Committee and/or Council as appropriate on all issues pertaining to the Development Charges Act and on the general enactment of the Development Charges By-law as they relate to the rural area 2) to provide Agriculture
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8127Motion To: 14. That Chairs and Vice-Chairs be appointed for the Term of Council;
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8128Motion 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.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8129Motion To: WHEREAS Part I, Section C, Recommendation 1 of the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that City Council approve the 2015-2018 Taxand Rate-Supported budget process, as outlined in the report; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2015-2018 tax-supported budgets is outlined in the report by way of a bulleted list of 11 steps, and the fourth bullet in the recommended process states: “The City Manager will be directed to work with the Mayor’s office to develop draft annual budgets that are consistent with Council’s approved budget direction. The draft budgets will also identify any onetime issues and recommend any additional strategies that may be required to achieve Council’s direction”; and WHEREAS the recommended process for the 2015-2018 tax-supported budgets does not specifically provide Members of Council with a formal opportunity to give direct individual input to the Mayor’s office before the Mayor’s office works with the City Manager to develop the draft ann
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8130Motion 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.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8131Motion 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
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8132Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that the Mayor be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the City Manager and Auditor General; and WHEREAS the Board of Health introduced a new process to review the performance of the Medical Officer of Health such that the Chair of the Board conducts the review based on a weighted, written evaluation survey completed by all Members of the Board; and WHEREAS this process allowed all Members to provide input without the challenges currently described in the Governance Report; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. Part V, Recommendation 4 be amended such that the Mayor be given delegated authority to conduct performance review meetings with the City Manager and Auditor General based on written weighted evaluation forms filled out by each Member of Council and report the results of the meetings to Council in the manner deemed most appropriate by the Mayor, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor; and 2. the May
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8133Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor R. Chiarelli Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor E. El-Chantiry WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends that the Mayor be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the City Manager and Auditor General; and WHEREAS there is a benefit to having additional input from Members of Council for these performance reviews; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Part V, Recommendation 4 be amended such that the Mayor and the Deputy Mayors be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the City Manager, that the Mayor and the Chair and Vice- Chair of the Audit Committee be given delegated authority to conduct performance reviews for the Auditor General and that the Mayor be delegated the authority to approve vacation leave, sick leave, expense reports and similar matters for both the City Manager and the Auditor General.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8134Motion To: WHEREAS the 2014-2018 Council Governance Review recommends amending Section 12(1) of By-law 2009-323, a By-law of the City of Ottawa to establish the position and duties of Auditor General of the City of Ottawa, to add a provision that states that, in an election year, timelines for the Auditor General’s Annual Report will be determined by the Auditor General in consultation with the Mayor and may be tabled after December 31 of the next year following the tabling of the audit plan; and WHEREAS the Auditor General’s Annual Report will be tabled at the Audit Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Part V, Recommendation 7 be amended such that Section 12(1) of By-law 2009-323 include a provision that states that, in an election year, timelines for the Auditor General’s Annual Report will be determined by the Auditor General in consultation with the Mayor and the Chair of the Audit Committee, and may be tabled after December 31 of the next year following the tabling of the audit plan.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8135Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the appointment of 11 members of Council to serve as the Nominating Committee, in addition to the Mayor as Chair, to make recommendations to Council on appointments of members of Council to Standing Committees, Sub-Committees, Boards and the Selection Panels. The first meeting of the Nominating Committee is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 9, 2014, for consideration at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, December 10, 2014; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the members of the Nominating Committee be: 1. Councillor Bob Monette; 2. Councillor Jody Mitic; 3. Councillor Jan Harder; 4. Councillor Keith Egli; 5. Councillor Shad Qadri; 6. Councillor Jean Cloutier; 7. Councillor Diane Deans; 8. Councillor Mathieu Fleury; 9. Councillor Catherine McKenney; 10. Councillor David Chernushenko; and 11. Councillor Scott Moffatt.
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8136Motion To:
Item #321621: 2014-2018 COUNCIL GOVERNANCE REVIEW
City Council
2014-12-03
8137Motion To: That the report from the City Clerk and Solicitor entitled “2014-2018 Council Governance Review” be received and adopted as amended.
Item #321625: Moved by Councillors R. Chiarelli Seconded by Councillor M. Fleury
City Council
2014-12-03
6079Motion To:
Item #321486: Minutes 81, of the Planning Committee meeting of Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6080Motion To:
Item #320450: DESIGNATION OF 66 AND 78 LISGAR STREET UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6081Motion To:
Item #320896: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON LYTTLETON AVENUE, (PIN: 042280202) A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6082Motion To:
Item #320901: APPLICATION TO ALTER 241 PARK ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6083Motion To:
Item #320922: DESIGNATION OF THE HARTIN HOTEL, 1993 ROBERTSON ROAD, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6084Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #321390: STATUS UPDATE - PLANNING COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 18 NOVEMBER 2014
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6085Motion To:
Item #321211: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1590 BELCOURT BOULEVARD
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6086Motion To:
Item #320873: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2570 OLD SECOND LINE ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6087Motion To:
Item #320875: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3581 JOHN SHAW ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6088Motion To:
Item #321224: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1872 MERIVALE ROAD AND 530 AND 540 WEST HUNT CLUB ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6089Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 pour les 67-71, avenue Marquette, afin de permettre un immeuble à appartements de trois étages, comme il est détaillé dans le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 67-71 Marquette Avenue to permit a three-storey apartment building, as detailed in Document 2.
Item #320976: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 67-71 MARQUETTE AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6090Motion To:
Item #321301: ZONING - ANOMALY - 460 ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6091Motion To:
Item #320869: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 4660 FARMERS WAY
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6092Motion To:
Item #320871: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5832 BANK STREET
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
6093Motion To:
Item #321250: MURAL ON 264 FOURTH AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-11-25
5937Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320975: CHAIR'S UPDATE
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-11-13
5938Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320840: VIDEO PRESENTATION OF THE 2014 HERITAGE TOUR
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-11-13
5939Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande de nouvelle construction à la propriété sur Lyttleton Gardens (NIP : 042280202), conformément aux plans préparés par Kollard Associates Architects Inc., datés du 2 octobre et reçus le 20 octobre 2014; 2. De déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications de conception mineure; et 3. De délivrer le permis pour biens patrimoniaux, d’une validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 6 janvier 2015.) Nota : L’approbation de la demande de modification aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario ne signifie pas pour autant qu’elle satisfait aux conditions de délivrance d’un permis de construire.) That
Item #320894: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON LYTTLETON GARDENS (PIN: 042280202), A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-11-13
5940Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande visant à modifier le 241, chemin Park, conformément aux dessins soumis le 9 octobre 2014 par Alex Bouterakos; 2. de déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications conceptuelles mineures; 3. de délivrer le permis pour biens patrimoniaux d’une durée de validité de deux ans. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 5 janvier 2015.) Nota : L’approbation de la demande de modification aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario ne signifie pas pour autant qu’elle satisfait aux conditions de délivrance d’un permis de construire.) That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to alte
Item #320900: APPLICATION TO ALTER 241 PARK ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-11-13
5941Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner pour l’hôtel Hartin situé au 1993, chemin Robertson, en vertu de la Partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario conformément à l’Énoncé de caractère patrimonial, faisant l’objet du document 4. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate the Hartin Hotel, 1993 Robertson Road, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value, included as Document 4.
Item #320921: DESIGNATION OF THE HARTIN HOTEL, 1993 ROBERTSON ROAD UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-11-13
6041Motion To:
Item #320736: Minutes 46 - September 2, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-10-07
6042Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information.
Item #318232: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD APRIL 1 TO JUNE 30, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-10-07
6043Motion To: WHEREAS on page three of this report there is an incorrect reference to the delegated authority report in relation to the lease of the lot at Queen and Kent streets to support construction of the Confederation Line; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the reference DEL2014-REPDO-0047 under the Discussion section be deleted and replaced with DEL2013-REPDO-0140.
Item #320599: DESIGNATE THE 38,000 SQUARE FOOT LOT (0.87 ACRES) AT THE SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF QUEEN AND KENT STREETS AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-10-07
6044Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion.
Item #320599: DESIGNATE THE 38,000 SQUARE FOOT LOT (0.87 ACRES) AT THE SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF QUEEN AND KENT STREETS AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-10-07
6045Motion To: WHEREAS on two prior occasions Council has granted waiver of encroachment fees at 352 Somerset Street West as a gesture of goodwill toward the Somerset House’s owner’s stated intention to redevelop the structure, which was damaged during illegal construction activities in 2007; and WHEREAS as of the end of August 2014, more than $43,000 in encroachment fees have been waived by the City; and WHEREAS there has been no apparent signs of redevelopment of the structure for more than seven years after the construction damage; and WHEREAS there are other salvageable heritage buildings in the City that remain dilapidated with no apparent reconstruction plans in place; and WHEREAS the Provincial Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing is currently mandated to review the Building Code to continue to ensure buildings are safe, accessible and cost-effective; and WHEREAS the Provincial Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport is presently mandated to promote heritage conservation and to maximize the eco
Item #320838: WAIVER OF ENCROACHMENT FEES - 352 SOMERSET STREET WEST - SOMERSET HOUSE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-10-07
6074Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320598: Minutes 46 - Meeting of 4 September 2014 of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-10-01
6075Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320357: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 6301 OLD RICHMOND ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-10-01
6076Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320359: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5792 FOURTH LINE ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-10-01
6077Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320363: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1205 8TH LINE ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-10-01
6078Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council refuse the Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments application for the properties at 3552, 3680, 3806, 3818, part of 3882 Barnsdale Road, part of 3872, 3971, 3976 Greenbank Road and 3984, 3910, 3072 Prince of Wales Drive with a direction to staff.
Item #320365: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS - 3552, 3680, 3806, 3818 PART OF 3882 BARNSDALE ROAD, PART OF 3872, 3971, 3976 GREENBANK ROAD AND 3984, 3910, 3072 PRINCE OF WALES DRIVE
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-10-01
5770Motion To: That the item Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment – 3001 Palladium Drive, 405 and 425 Huntmar Drive be deferred until the next Council meeting of October 8, 2014.
Item #320602: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3001 PALLADIUM DRIVE, 405 AND 425 HUNTMAR DRIVE
City Council
2014-09-24
5771Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 100 Varley Lane to permit a five-storey retirement home, as shown in Documents 1 and 3 and detailed in Document 2.
Item #319724: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 100 VARLEY LANE
City Council
2014-09-24
5772Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320305: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - PANDA PARK
City Council
2014-09-24
5773Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320151: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT AND FUNDING FOR MONAHAN LANDING CROWNRIDGE PARK
City Council
2014-09-24
5774Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319441: RIVERSIDE SOUTH ELEVATED TANK CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
City Council
2014-09-24
5775Motion To:
Item #307493: That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
City Council
2014-09-24
5776Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, as a new school year has begun and community safety is best served by implementing adult crossing guards at warranted locations as soon as possible, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS staff undertakes an annual review of the Adult Crossing Guard Program to determine which new locations meet the warrants for an adult crossing guard and 12 locations have been identified as meeting the warrants for the 2014-2015 school year; and WHEREAS any requests for additional funding for new locations are brought forward through the annual Budget process, but no additional funding was provided for new locations for adult crossing guards that met the warrants for September 2014, with the result that only one of the twelve warranted locations now has an adult crossing guard; and WHEREAS the Public Works Department has indicated that it is already in a deficit position due to winter operations, and is not in a position to cover the costs of the additional crossing gu
Item #307496: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-09-24
5886Motion To: Notwithstanding the Front-Ending Agreement Principles in Document 2 or the Front-Ending Policy in Document 3, authorize the City to enter into one or multiple Front-Ending Agreement(s) for design and construction, to an upset limit of $700,000 for design and to an upset limit of $7,000,000 for phased construction to a total upset limit of $7,700,000, and authorize expenditures of $700,000 plus applicable taxes for design and $7,000,000 plus applicable taxes for phased construction, both in 2015 for the reimbursement to Claridge Homes, Richcraft Group of Companies and The Minto Group for the South Nepean Collector sanitary trunk sewer extension Phase 2 from Jockvale Road/Longfields Drive to Strandherd Drive
Item #320590: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR THE SOUTH NEPEAN COLLECTOR SANITARY TRUNK SEWER EXTENSION, PHASE 2
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5887Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #320590: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR THE SOUTH NEPEAN COLLECTOR SANITARY TRUNK SEWER EXTENSION, PHASE 2
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5888Motion To:
Item #320201: ZONING - 401 MARCH ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5889Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 401 March Road, which is pending before the Ontario Municipal Board, from General Industrial Zone, Subzone 6, Exception 295 (IG6[295]) to General Industrial, Exception [XXXX] (IG[XXXX]) to permit a commercial plaza, as shown in Document 1 and detailed in Document 2, as amended by the replacement of Document 2, Section 2c with the following: ‘No access (ingress/egress) may cross a front or side lot line within 30 metres of an established railway track within a defined railway corridor’; and,2. Direct staff to follow Transport Canada’s Grade Crossing Standard.
Item #320201: ZONING - 401 MARCH ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5890Motion To: Que le Comité de l'urbanisme recommande au Conseil d'approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 pour 281, rue St. Andrew afin de permettre l'utilisation temporaire de l'emplacement par des remorques de construction qui ont trait à des travaux sur un terrain voisin, comme le précise le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 281 St. Andrew Street to permit the temporary placement of construction trailers on-site related to a nearby development, as detailed in Document 2.
Item #319815: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 281 ST. ANDREW STREET
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5891Motion To:
Item #320290: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 126 AND 136 CATHERINE STREET
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5892Motion To:
Item #319415: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 108 LISGAR STREET
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5893Motion To: That this item be deferred.
Item #320277: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 852 BANK STREET
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5894Motion To:
Item #320025: ZONING - ANOMALY REPORT TO UPDATE THE FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING IN THE OLD OTTAWA SOUTH AREA
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
5895Motion To:
Item #318339: MANOTICK WATERMAIN LINK ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY
Planning Committee
2014-09-23
7890Motion To:
Item #320207: Minutes 35 - August 26, 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-09-18
7891Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320207: Minutes 35 - August 26, 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-09-18
7892Motion To:
Item #320304: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - PANDA PARK
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-09-18
7893Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320304: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - PANDA PARK
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-09-18
7894Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #319505: OTTAWA FIRE SERVICES 2013 ANNUAL REPORT
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-09-18
7895Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #319519: SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT BRANCH 2013 ANNUAL REPORT
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-09-18
7795Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #319584: CHAIR'S UPDATE
Transit Commission
2014-09-17
7796Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #319576: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 5 SEPTEMBER 2014
Transit Commission
2014-09-17
7797Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320302: 2014 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 - TRANSIT COMMISSION STATUS REPORT
Transit Commission
2014-09-17
7798Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318631: Q2 2014 TRANSIT SERVICES PERFORMANCE REPORT
Transit Commission
2014-09-17
7799Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun approuve : 1. L’utilisation du nom de système « O-Train » pour désigner les deux lignes de transport sur rails à Ottawa; 2. Le nom « Ligne de la Confédération » pour désigner la nouvelle voie ferrée est-ouest entre les stations Tunney’s Pasture et Blair; et, 3. Le nom « Ligne Trillium » pour désigner la voie ferrée nord-sud existante entre les stations Bayview et Greenboro. That the Transit Commission: 1. Approve extending the use of the system name “O-Train” to include both of Ottawa’s rail transit lines; 2. Approve the name “Confederation Line” for the new east-west rail line between Tunney’s Pasture and Blair Stations; and, 3. Approve the name “Trillium Line” for the existing north-south rail line between Bayview and Greenboro Stations.
Item #320184: LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT - SYSTEM AND LINE NAMES
Transit Commission
2014-09-17
7800Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320286: O-TRAIN EXPANSION PROJECT UPDATE
Transit Commission
2014-09-17
7804Motion To:
Item #320453: Minutes 33 - August 25, 2014
Environment Committee
2014-09-16
7805Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320203: ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Environment Committee
2014-09-16
7806Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320206: LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Environment Committee
2014-09-16
7807Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement prenne connaissance du présent rapport. That the Environment Committee receive this report for information.
Item #320180: SOLID WASTE SERVICES IN CITY FACILITIES 2013 UPDATE
Environment Committee
2014-09-16
5735Motion To:
Item #320150: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT AND FUNDING FOR MONAHAN LANDING CROWNRIDGE PARK
Planning Committee
2014-09-09
5736Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 100 Varley Lane to permit a five-storey retirement home, as shown in Documents 1 and 3 and detailed in Document 2.
Item #319723: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 100 VARLEY LANE
Planning Committee
2014-09-09
5737Motion To:
Item #319440: RIVERSIDE SOUTH ELEVATED TANK CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Planning Committee
2014-09-09
5818Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #319460: PROGRESS UPDATE ON OTTAWA'S PEDESTRIAN PROGRAM
Transportation Committee
2014-09-03
5819Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #319978: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 22 AUGUST 2014
Transportation Committee
2014-09-03
5801Motion To:
Item #320033: Minutes 45 - July 3, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5802Motion To:
Item #320034: Joint Finance and Economic Development Committee and Audit Sub-Committee Minutes 1 - July 9, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5803Motion To:
Item #320035: Joint Finance and Economic Development Committee and Audit Sub-Committee Confidential Minutes 1 - July 9, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5804Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319981: STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 22 AUGUST 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5805Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #320038: COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD APRIL 1 TO JUNE 30, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5806Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313292: 2014 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q2 STATUS REPORT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5807Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316293: INSTITUTIONS DESIGNATED AS ELIGIBLE FOR A 2014 ANNUAL LEVY PURSUANT TO SECTION 323 (1), (2), (3) AND (5) OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5808Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319497: MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITIES DESIGNATION AND AGREEMENT - MOHR'S LANDING AND QUYON PORT AUTHORITY
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5809Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319509: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - CLARIDGE HOMES (CENTRETOWN) INC. - 287 LISGAR STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5810Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319356: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - MCRAE AVENUE (OTTAWA) DEVELOPMENTS INC. - 319 MCRAE AVENUE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5811Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318922: RETENTION OF CITY-OWNED PROPERTY AT 1116 BRIDGE STREET, MANOTICK
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-09-02
5646Motion To:
Item #320036: STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 22 AUGUST 2014
City Council
2014-08-27
5647Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0142 recommends zoning changes for individual properties throughout Kanata North and Kanata South; andWHEREAS Planning Committee carried a motion to amend the Planning Report that did not fully achieve the intent of the Ward Councillor, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the following amendments to the Report:1. That Document 1 be amended by adding the attached Location Map/Zoning Key Plan as Map 5, and which shows part of Block 9 of Plan 4M-1325 (1200 Maritime Way) as being rezoned to MC15[xxxx]-h;2. That Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning be amended by adding as item 7, as follows:“7. Amend section 239, Urban Exceptions, by adding a new exception as follows:- a hotel is a permitted use subject to the floor space index being equal to or greater than 1.5 for the non-residential uses listed in clause192(15)(a)- minimum floor space index: 2.0 - minimum yard setback from all lot lines abutting a public street: no minimum- maximum yard setback f
Item #319327: CITY-INITIATED OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT REGARDING BUILDING HEIGHTS IN KANATA
City Council
2014-08-27
5648Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor HubleySeconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor WilkinsonWhereas the City has received submissions in respect of the owners of 420 and 430 Hazeldean with respect to the proposed zoning changes; andWhereas the Ward Councillor has indicated that he supports the opportunity for further discussions.Therefore Be It Resolved that the further consideration of this item, as amended, be deferred to the Council meeting of September 10, 2014.
Item #319327: CITY-INITIATED OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT REGARDING BUILDING HEIGHTS IN KANATA
City Council
2014-08-27
5649Motion To: That this item be deferred as amended.
Item #319327: CITY-INITIATED OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT REGARDING BUILDING HEIGHTS IN KANATA
City Council
2014-08-27
5650Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor BloessSeconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor MonetteWHEREAS numerical job requirements on Enterprise Lands would be ineffective on 3490, 3592 and 3484 Innes Road as job targets are difficult to accurately monitor;AND WHEREAS, precedence exists in the City where numerical job requirements were replaced with building requirements for office space, measured in square meters;AND WHEREAS, staff has recommended that such a change would be appropriate as applied to 3490, 3592 and 3484 Innes Road; THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Item 2(h) in Part B-The Amendment section of Document 1 attached to the Staff Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0170 be deleted and replaced with the following:h. Amend, Section 3.6.5, Employment Area and Enterprise Area to add a new policy at the end as follows:12. “For the lands known as 3490, 3592 and 3484 Innes Road, no residential development will be permitted until 32,000 sqm of office space has been constructed.”
Item #319345: OFFICIAL PLAN OMNIBUS
City Council
2014-08-27
5651Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319345: OFFICIAL PLAN OMNIBUS
City Council
2014-08-27
5652Motion To:
Item #319359: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES: AFFORDABLE HOUSING UPDATE
City Council
2014-08-27
5653Motion To:
Item #319091: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 591 LONGFIELDS DRIVE
City Council
2014-08-27
5654Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319087: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 19 AND 23 BACHMAN TERRACE
City Council
2014-08-27
5655Motion To: Moved by / Motion de: Councillor A. HubleySeconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor T. TierneyWhereas Planning Committee at its meeting of August 21, 2014 recommended refusal of the rezoning application in respect of 19 and 23 Bachman Terrace; andWhereas the Planning Act requires that reasons be specified for the refusal of a rezoning application;Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council adopt the following as the reasons for the refusal of the rezoning application in respect of 19 and 23 Bachman Terrace:The reasons for the refusal of the application by Council are:a) The proposed development is too dense in light of the development in the surrounding community;b) The proposed development does not ‘fit well’ within its physical context nor does it ‘work well’ with the existing and planned function of the surrounding community.
Item #319087: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 19 AND 23 BACHMAN TERRACE
City Council
2014-08-27
5656Motion To:
Item #319169: PROPERTY ACQUISITION - FOSTER STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY - 4235 MCKENNA CASEY DRIVE, CITY OF OTTAWA
City Council
2014-08-27
5657Motion To:
Item #307420: BULK CONSENT AGENDA
City Council
2014-08-27
5658Motion To:
Item #319343: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3143 NAVAN ROAD
City Council
2014-08-27
5659Motion To:
Item #319334: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 370 HUNTMAR DRIVE
City Council
2014-08-27
5660Motion To:
Item #319344: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1560 SCOTT STREET
City Council
2014-08-27
5661Motion To:
Item #319335: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5264 FERNBANK ROAD
City Council
2014-08-27
5662Motion To:
Item #320160: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 160 MANOR AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-08-27
5663Motion To:
Item #320161: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 50 WILLINGDON ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-08-27
5664Motion To:
Item #320162: APPLICATION TO ALTER 455 GREEN AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-08-27
5665Motion To:
Item #320163: APPLICATION TO ALTER 170 BLENHEIM DRIVE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-08-27
5666Motion To:
Item #320164: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 241 CENTRUM BOULEVARD AND PART OF 3293 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD
City Council
2014-08-27
5667Motion To:
Item #320165: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT- PART OF 3718 AND 3772 GREENBANK ROAD
City Council
2014-08-27
5668Motion To:
Item #320166: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2194 BENJAMIN AVENUE
City Council
2014-08-27
5669Motion To:
Item #320167: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 63 GLENCOE STREET
City Council
2014-08-27
5670Motion To:
Item #320168: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 680 BRONSON AVENUE
City Council
2014-08-27
5671Motion To:
Item #320169: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2370 TENTH LINE ROAD
City Council
2014-08-27
5672Motion To:
Item #320170: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND 5, RIVERSIDE SOUTH COMMUNITY
City Council
2014-08-27
6028Motion To:
Item #320017: Minutes 34 - June 19, 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
6029Motion To: That the Community and Protective Services Committee approve the addition of this item for consideration by the Committee at today's meeting, persuant to section 84(3) of the procedure by-law.
Item #320016: CC - 09-13 Measuring of Bass for Noise Complaints
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
6030Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #320016: CC - 09-13 Measuring of Bass for Noise Complaints
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
6031Motion To:
Item #320062: CC - 16-13 Complaints regarding the operation of the Ernst & Young Centre
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
6032Motion To:
Item #319822: STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 19 AUGUST 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
6033Motion To:
Item #319982: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - OWEN PRINCE ROOM
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
6034Motion To:
Item #319296: SPONSORSHIP NAMING RIGHTS - CONSTANCE AND BUCKHAM'S BAY COMMUNITY CENTRE AND CAPITAL ADJUSTMENT
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-08-26
5536Motion To:
Item #320040: Minutes 78, of the Planning Committee meeting of Tuesday, 8 July 2014
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5537Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319900: STATUS UPDATE - PLANNING COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 14 AUGUST 2014
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5538Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319454: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 160 MANOR AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5539Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319728: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 50 WILLINGDON ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5540Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319953: APPLICATION TO ALTER 455 GREEN AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5541Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319889: APPLICATION TO ALTER 170 BLENHEIM DRIVE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5542Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the following recommendations be added to the report: 1, The second paragraph of section 1 of the draft by-law be replaced with the following: s.s.17(19) be added to include “The development charges imposed by this by-law for Affordable Housing purposes shall be paid into the Affordable Housing Development Charge Reserve Fund and all development charges imposed by the City by any by-law for Affordable Housing purposes shall be deemed to be in respect of a single service. 2. Council determines that no further public meeting is necessary, pursuant to the Development Charges Act, subsection 12(3). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the revised draft by-law be appended to report from Planning Committee to Council with such document number to be assigned by the Committee Co-ordinator.
Item #319358: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES: AFFORDABLE HOUSING UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5543Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319358: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES: AFFORDABLE HOUSING UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5544Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319092: VACANT URBAN RESIDENTIAL LAND SURVEY, 2013 UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5545Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319164: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 241 CENTRUM BOULEVARD AND PART OF 3293 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5546Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319318: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT- PART OF 3718 AND 3772 GREENBANK ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5547Motion To: That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 591 Longfields Drive to modify existing zone boundaries and to permit stacked dwellings with revised provisions for setbacks and amenity space, as detailed in Document 2 and Document 3.
Item #319090: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 591 LONGFIELDS DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5548Motion To: That this item be considered at City Council on September 20, 2014
Item #319308: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3001 PALLADIUM DRIVE, 405 AND 425 HUNTMAR DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5549Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318996: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2194 BENJAMIN AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5550Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319245: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 63 GLENCOE STREET
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5551Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319887: ZONING - 267 O'CONNOR STREET
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5552Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319084: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 680 BRONSON AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5553Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319076: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2370 TENTH LINE ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5554Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319507: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND 5, RIVERSIDE SOUTH COMMUNITY
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5555Motion To:
Item #319153: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR MONAHAN LANDING CROWNRIDGE PARK
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5556Motion To: That Committee and Council recommend refusal of this item.
Item #319086: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 19 AND 23 BACHMAN TERRACE
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5557Motion To: Moved by J. Harder WHEREAS the Owners of the land to be acquired pursuant to the report have elected to have the acquisition made pursuant to the Expropriations Act, section 30; AND WHEREAS the Legal Implication comment was inadvertently not contained within the report respecting the Foster Pond; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Planning Committee, receive and approve: 1. The replacement of the recommendation in the report with the following: That the Planning Committee recommend Council approve the acquisition in fee simple of land located at 4235 McKenna Casey Drive required for the Foster Storm Water Management Facility consisting of approximately 19.54 Hectares (48.29 acres) owned by Terry and Gerry Casey, referred to as PIN 04595-0091, being Part of the East Half of Lot 15, Concession 4, Rideau Front, Geographic Township of Nepean, now City of Ottawa, and shown as Parcels 1, 2, 3 and 4 on Document “1” attached hereto, for a total consideration of $4,228,000 made pursuant to Section 30
Item #319168: PROPERTY ACQUISITION - FOSTER STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY - 4235 MCKENNA CASEY DRIVE, CITY OF OTTAWA
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5558Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319168: PROPERTY ACQUISITION - FOSTER STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY - 4235 MCKENNA CASEY DRIVE, CITY OF OTTAWA
Planning Committee
2014-08-21
5812Motion To: That recommendation 3 be amended to read : Issue the heritage permit with a three-year expiry date from the date of issuance.
Item #319443: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 160 MANOR AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-08-14
5813Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319443: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 160 MANOR AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-08-14
5385Motion To: WHEREAS the proposed Arbuckle Drain is before Council for first and second reading; and WHEREAS the drainage works to be completed through the proposed Arbuckle Drain will address erosion concerns resulting from existing development as well as accommodating growth, subject to such growth controlling stormwater flows; and WHEREAS, the developers are prepared to share the costs of the proposed Arbuckle Drainage Works with the City, subject to such share being capped at approximately 50% ($240,000) of the estimated cost of the works ($481,714); and WHEREAS there is existing budgetary authority for the City to finance the balance of the works; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that, subject to Mattamy (Jock River) Limited, Richmond Village (North) Ltd and Richmond Village (South) Ltd agreeing to pay 50% of the cost of the Arbuckle Drainage Works, to a maximum of $240,000, the balance of the cost of the works shall be paid by the City.
Item #319328: ARBUCKLE PETITION FOR DRAINAGE WORKS
City Council
2014-07-09
5386Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319423: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES - 5207 BANK STREET
City Council
2014-07-09
5387Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318382: ORL'ANS TOWN CENTRE LAND EXCHANGE TO PRESERVE VINETTE SILO
City Council
2014-07-09
5388Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319432: OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - AUDIT OF PROCUREMENT PRACTICES RELATED TO THE SOURCE SEPARATED ORGANICS CONTRACT
City Council
2014-07-09
5389Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318396: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR MODIFICATION OF THE GLOUCESTER EAST URBAN COMMUNITY STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND NO. 1 AND FISH HABITAT COMPENSATION
City Council
2014-07-09
5390Motion To: WHEREAS, since the tabling of the report on the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan (ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0153), a few errors have been identified that require technical amendments to correct, including minor wording, punctuation and other corrections in the Draft Official Plan Amendment document (to which the Draft Secondary Plan is an appendix); and WHEREAS at the Planning Committee meeting of June 24, 2014, staff was directed to review the motions submitted by Councillors and recommend which should be included as amendments to the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan and report to Council by way of a memorandum that indicates which motions staff can recommend for adoption and which motions staff do not recommend for adoption, with a rationale, with the memorandum submitted to Council before the matter is considered by City Council on July 09, 2014; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve: 1. The minor wording, punctuation and other corrections in the Draft Official Plan Amendmen
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5391Motion To: WHEREAS the properties fronting the north side of Adeline Street abut the Mixed-Use Neighbourhood designation with a maximum height of four storeys in the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the maximum height for properties fronting the north side of Adeline Street be limited to four storeys.
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5392Motion To: WHEREAS Norman Street west of Preston Street is part of the Mixed-Use Neighbourhood in the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan; and WHEREAS the Secondary Plan allows for mid-rise development up to 9 storeys on properties fronting the north side of Norman Street west of Preston Street; and WHEREAS the maximum height for all other properties in the Mixed-Use Neighbourhood is 4 storeys; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Official Plan designation for the maximum height for properties fronting the north side of Norman Street west of Preston Street be such as to limit the height to four storeys.
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5393Motion To: WHEREAS the properties fronting the south side of Young Street abut the Mixed-Use Neighbourhood designation with a maximum height of four storeys in the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan; and WHEREAS a fifteen-storey development on Young Street would be an overpowering presence and have a significant impact on the abutting Mixed-Use Neighbourhood including loss of sunlight and sky exposure; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the maximum height for properties fronting the south side of Young Street be limited to six storeys.
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5394Motion To: WHEREAS the location and timing of development in the Preston-Carling District is currently unknown; and WHEREAS it is necessary to ensure that public realm projects are implemented throughout the district to support the many new units permitted in the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan; and WHEREAS public realm priority projects over the next 20 years are currently limited to a priority area around the Carling O-Train Station; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the area for public realm priority projects be extended to encompass all sites in the study area that may be developed in the next 20 years.
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5395Motion To: WHEREAS the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan identifies a dense Station Area around the Carling O-Train (Future LRT) Station; AND WHEREAS transition within the Station Area from the tallest proposed buildings in the City of Ottawa to the existing surrounding low-rise neighbourhoods is a key pillar of the Secondary Plan; AND WHEREAS the Secondary Plan allows building heights up to 9 storeys at the northeast corner of Loretta Avenue and Hickory Street; AND WHEREAS protection of and compatibility with the existing surrounding neighbourhoods is of paramount importance; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that section 4.1.1[h], be amended to read: “Mid-rise predominantly residential development up to a height of 6 storeys, with a built form sympathetic to the surrounding low, medium and high profile residential buildings, may be permitted at the north east corner of Loretta Avenue and Hickory Street”.
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5396Motion To: WHEREAS the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan identifies a dense Station Area around the Carling O-Train (Future LRT) Station; AND WHEREAS transition within the Station Area from the tallest proposed buildings in the City of Ottawa to the existing surrounding low-rise neighbourhoods is a key pillar of the Secondary Plan; AND WHEREAS the Secondary Plan allows building heights up to 9 storeys on properties along the north side of Carling Avenue between Breezehill Avenue and Loretta Avenue; AND WHEREAS the current zoning permits a maximum height of 25m on the above-noted properties; AND WHEREAS protection of and compatibility with the existing surrounding neighbourhoods is of paramount importance; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that section 4.1.1[g], be amended to read: “Mid-rise mixed-use development up to a height of 6 storeys, with a built form sympathetic to the surrounding low, medium and high profile residential buildings may be permitted along Carling Avenue between Loretta Avenue and Bay
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5397Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0153 recommends that Ottawa City Council approve the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan; and WHEREAS Schedule B of the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan recommends maximum building heights of four storeys on lands known municipally as 75 Aberdeen Street and 30-36 George Street; and WHEREAS these lands consist of the westernmost 32 metres of the north side of Aberdeen and the south side of George Street, immediately adjacent to the O-train corridor; and WHEREAS these lands are located within a Mixed-use Centre area of the Official Plan and within 600 metres of a rapid transit station; and WHEREAS these lands are located within the Greenway Mews Character area of the Council-approved Strategic Directions report that recommended maximum building heights of nine-stories on the lands; and WHEREAS Document 4 of Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0153 states that planning staff concerns with a mid rise building at 75 Aberdeen relate to the ability to successfully transiti
Item #317688: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
City Council
2014-07-09
5398Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0051, which recommends approval of an amendment to the City’s Comprehensive Zoning By-law (2008-250) for 93 – 105 Norman Street, was approved by Planning Committee; and WHEREAS this rezoning amendment contained a schedule for the height and yards of the proposed development; and WHEREAS this height and yard schedule did not include the property at 105 Norman Avenue; and WHEREAS the two rear yard setbacks for the five storey portion of the building were each not reflective of the proposed development by 0.5 of a metre, WHEREAS the area surrounding the building is proposed for patios on top of the underground parking structure that projects above grade by a distance of 1.5 metres and the schedule currently indicates a zero height requirement in that area, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the replacement of the height and yard schedule with the one provided as part of this motion, which includes all the subject lands, amends the rear yard setbacks an
Item #317874: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 93-105 NORMAN STREET
City Council
2014-07-09
5399Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318156: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 2405 MER BLEUE ROAD AND 2496 TENTH LINE ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5400Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319433: APPLICATION TO ALTER 429 MACLAREN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-07-09
5401Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319434: DESIGNATION OF THE HORTICULTURE BUILDING, LANSDOWNE PARK, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2014-07-09
5402Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319435: APPLICATION TO ALTER THE BRANTWOOD GATES, A STRUCTURE DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT, LOCATED AT THE JUNCTION OF BECKWITH AND MAIN STREETS
City Council
2014-07-09
5403Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Approve the application to demolish the existing house at 575 Old Prospect Road; 2. Approve the application to construct a single detached house at 565 Old Prospect Road, according to plans prepared by Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Inc. dated April 15, 2014, subject to the approval of other required planning applications; 3. Approve the application to construct a single detached house at 575 Old Prospect Road, according to plans prepared by Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Inc. dated April 15, 2014, subject to the approval of other required planning applications; 4. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department; and 5. Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance. (Note: The statutory 90-day timeline for consideration of this application under the Ontario Heritage Act will expire on August 13, 2014.)(Note: Approval to alter this propert
Item #319436: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 565 AND 575 OLD PROSPECT ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-07-09
5404Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319462: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 375 DIDSBURY ROAD AND PART OF 345 DIDSBURY ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5405Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319470: ZONING - ANOMALIES AND MINOR CORRECTIONS - A PORTION OF 1123 OLD MONTREAL ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5406Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319471: EXPENDITURE FOR UPGRADES TO THE MONAHAN STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY
City Council
2014-07-09
5407Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0143 recommends zoning changes that affect individual properties and general amendments that affect properties city-wide; AND WHEREAS amendments are needed to include the Cumberland Transitway in Schedule 2B of the Zoning By-law; BE IT RESOLVED that the following changes be made to the staff report: 1. Amend Document 1 – Location Maps by deleting Map 36 and replacing it with the attached Map 36. That there be no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.
Item #319472: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-07-09
5408Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319472: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-07-09
5409Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319473: DEMOLITION OF 207-209 MURRAY STREET
City Council
2014-07-09
5410Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319467: STREET NAME SIGNS FOR PRIVATE ROADS FOR LANSDOWNE
City Council
2014-07-09
5411Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318225: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 225 STRATHCONA AVENUE
City Council
2014-07-09
5412Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319424: DOUBLING OF FINES WITHIN SCHOOL AREAS AND SCHOOL SPEED ZONES - MOTION
City Council
2014-07-09
5413Motion To: WHEREAS, at its July 2, 2014 meeting, Transportation Committee approved the recommendation to Council to advance the design of a 3-metre wide multi-use pathway on the north side of St. Patrick Street between Cobourg Street and Beausoleil Drive that would see the removal of the existing sidewalk allowing pedestrians and cyclists to share this off-road pathway facility, within existing budgets, such that the design of this multi-use pathway examine opportunities to ensure good connectivity with the Rideau River Eastern Pathway, the East-West Bikeway as well as the Byward Market area; and WHEREAS, at that same meeting, Committee directed that “in advance of the Council meeting on 9 July, staff inform all members of Council whether or not funding is available (and in which envelope) for this project”; and WHEREAS the Deputy City Manager provided this information, as well as a more refined cost estimate for the project, in a memo provided to all Members of Council on July 8, 2014; and WHEREAS th
Item #319425: ST. PATRICK STREET MULTI-USE PATHWAY - MOTION
City Council
2014-07-09
5414Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #319425: ST. PATRICK STREET MULTI-USE PATHWAY - MOTION
City Council
2014-07-09
5415Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317807: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1575 DIAMONDVIEW ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5416Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317859: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2938 GOODSTOWN ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5417Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318055: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2075 TRIM ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5418Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318160: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 150 AND 170 SALISBURY STREET
City Council
2014-07-09
5419Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318162: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5574 ROCKDALE ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5420Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318696: ZONING - ANOMALY REPORT TO UPDATE THE FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING IN THE ARMITAGE AVENUE AND BASKINS BEACH AREAS
City Council
2014-07-09
5421Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318816: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 7579 SPRINGHILL ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5422Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318862: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 7086 (7100) RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE
City Council
2014-07-09
5423Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318864: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5935, 5939 AND 5949 FIRST LINE ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5424Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318804: INSTALLATION AND USE OF A BOAT LAUNCH ON THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS PART LOT 8, CONCESSION LONG ISLAND
City Council
2014-07-09
5425Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318761: 2013 CITY OF OTTAWA CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
City Council
2014-07-09
5426Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318758: SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
City Council
2014-07-09
5427Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318766: APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-07-09
5428Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319171: APPOINTMENT TO THE QUARTIER VANIER MERCHANT ASSOCIATION (BIA) BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-07-09
5429Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318231: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 TO MARCH 31, 2014
City Council
2014-07-09
5430Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318286: FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2013
City Council
2014-07-09
5431Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318338: LICENCE OF OCCUPATION FOR THE OTTAWA FARMERS' MARKET AT LANSDOWNE URBAN PARK
City Council
2014-07-09
5432Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319182: COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP MAJOR CAPITAL PROGRAM FUNDING ALLOCATIONS - 2014
City Council
2014-07-09
5433Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318625: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - OGILVY REALTY LTD. - 1475 AND 1501 CARLING AVENUE
City Council
2014-07-09
5434Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318336: 191 LAURIER AVENUE/120 METCALFE STREET - MAIN LIBRARY - LEASE RENEWALS
City Council
2014-07-09
5435Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318568: ABBEYFIELD HOUSES SOCIETY OF OTTAWA LOAN FORGIVENESS
City Council
2014-07-09
5436Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318245: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 360 BOBOLINK RIDGE
City Council
2014-07-09
5437Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319437: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2075 MER BLEUE ROAD
City Council
2014-07-09
5438Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318857: MURAL ON 721 CHAPEL CRESCENT
City Council
2014-07-09
5439Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318376: BANK STREET (LEITRIM ROAD TO RIDEAU ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS
City Council
2014-07-09
5440Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318178: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 713 SOMERSET STREET WEST
City Council
2014-07-09
5441Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318344: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 426 RIDEAU STREET
City Council
2014-07-09
5442Motion To: WHEREAS Finance and Economic Development Committee at its meeting of 3 July 2014 considered a report from the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Infrastructure entitled “Update of Sale of Surplus Land to State of Qatar, 187 Boteler Street” (ACS2014-PAI-REP-0015); and WHEREAS this item was approved under Finance and Economic Development Committee’s delegated authority, and was listed on the “Disposition of Items Approved by Committees Under Delegated Authority”, appended as Document 1 to the Council Agenda of 9 July 2014; and WHEREAS although this item has been approved under delegated authority (pursuant to City Council approval of the report entitled “Sale of Land – 187 Boteler Street”, at its meeting of 13 February 2014, which included the granting of delegated authority to the Deputy City Manager of Planning and Infrastructure to review and assess the cost of the Risk Management Plan with a budget of up to $500,000), the government of the State of Qatar has requested that a re
Item #307305: That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1, as amended.
City Council
2014-07-09
5443Motion To: WHEREAS, subsequent to the tabling of the Notice of Motion, the Osgoode Youth Association (“O-YA”) has been in discussions with the staff and the Ward Councillor with respect to the overall funding situation for the O-YA for 2014; and WHEREAS more time is needed for all parties to seek potential funding solutions; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council defer this motion to a subsequent meeting of City Council, and waive the Rules of Procedure to permit the Ward Councillor to present this motion at an upcoming Council meeting this term without notice.
Item #307307:
City Council
2014-07-09
5444Motion To: WHEREAS, subsequent to the tabling of the Notice of Motion, the Osgoode Youth Association (“O-YA”) has been in discussions with the staff and the Ward Councillor with respect to the overall funding situation for the O-YA for 2014; and WHEREAS more time is needed for all parties to seek potential funding solutions; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council defer this motion to a subsequent meeting of City Council, and waive the Rules of Procedure to permit the Ward Councillor to present this motion at an upcoming Council meeting this term without notice.
Item #307307: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-07-09
5445Motion To: WHEREAS the development study for the Kanata North Expansion Area is underway and a component parcel has not yet been included within the Urban Tree Conservation By-law; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived to permit the addition of the following matter to the agenda for the July 9, 2014 meeting of Council. WHEREAS Ottawa City Council has enacted an Urban Tree Conservation By-law for the protection of trees on private property in the urban area; AND WHEREAS said By-law has been previously extended by Council to apply to the designated urban expansion areas, to ensure the protection of trees and natural heritage values as the City grows; AND WHEREAS Area 1C in Kanata North was added to the Urban Area as a result of the Ontario Municipal Board decision in 2012 and has not yet been included in the By-law; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Urban Tree Conservation By-law be amended, effective July 9TH, 2014, to apply to Area 1C as shown on the revised Schedule “C” attac
Item #307308: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-07-09
5446Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to receive and consider this motion to approve the City of Ottawa entering into a Licence of Occupation Agreement (“Agreement”) with Energy Ottawa Inc., due to the fact that Council is not scheduled to meet again until August 26, 2014; WHEREAS at its meeting of January 26, 2011, City Council considered and approved Report ACS2011-ICS-CSS-0001, being Item 2 of the Environment Committee Report 1, entitled “Creation of the City Of Ottawa Large Rooftop Solar Energy Program” which recommended the City entering into an agreement with Energy Ottawa Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Hydro Ottawa and therefore 100 percent owned by the City of Ottawa) to install solar energy panels on up to twenty (20) of the City’s largest rooftops, as part of an enhanced partnership with Energy Ottawa as the City’s “preferred energy partner”; and WHEREAS Energy Ottawa has recently advised of a unique opportunity to acquire and use a FIT 1 contract for a proposed
Item #307308: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-07-09
5447Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, First and Second Readings be read, and Three Readings, be read and passed, with the exception of the by-law listed as s) A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 93, 95, 97, 99, 103 and 105 Norman Street.
Item #319338: MOTION NO. 78/24
City Council
2014-07-09
5448Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, First and Second Readings be read, and Three Readings, be read and passed, with the exception of the by-law listed as s) A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 93, 95, 97, 99, 103 and 105 Norman Street.
Item #319338: Moved by Councillor D. Thompson
City Council
2014-07-09
5449Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, First and Second Readings be read, and Three Readings, be read and passed, with the exception of the by-law listed as s) A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 93, 95, 97, 99, 103 and 105 Norman Street.
Item #319338: Seconded by Councillor P. Hume
City Council
2014-07-09
5559Motion To:
Item #310509: CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5560Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318541: APPLICATION TO ALTER 429 MACLAREN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5561Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318544: DESIGNATION OF THE HORTICULTURE BUILDING, LANSDOWNE PARK, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5562Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318547: APPLICATION TO ALTER THE BRANTWOOD GATES, A STRUCTURE DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT, LOCATED AT THE JUNCTION OF BECKWITH AND MAIN STREETS
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5563Motion To: That the Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the application to demolish the existing house at 575 Old Prospect Road; 2. Approve the application to construct a single detached house at 565 Old Prospect Road, according to plans prepared by Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Inc. dated April 15, 2014, subject to the approval of other required planning applications; 3. Approve the application to construct a single detached house at 575 Old Prospect Road, according to plans prepared by Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects Inc. dated April 15, 2014, subject to the approval of other required planning applications; 4. Delegate authority for minor design changes to the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department; and Issue the heritage permit with a two-year expiry date from the date of issuance.
Item #318550: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 565 AND 575 OLD PROSPECT ROAD, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5564Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318829: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3143 NAVAN ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5565Motion To: WHEREAS the Taggart lands at 345 Didsbury Road are designated “Enterprise Area” but are isolated between the Kanata Centrum Regional Shopping Centre to the east, designated “Mixed Used Centre” in the OP and the “Kanata West Concept Plan” (KWCP) area to the west, also designated “Mixed Used Centre” in the OP; and, WHEREAS the “Enterprise Area” designation policies, including 3.6.5.2 (d) allow warehousing with showrooms, a use comparable to the proposed furniture store tenants; and, WHEREAS the subject property is a small (2.34 ha) parcel located within the northeast quadrant of the KWCP boundary and is on the border of the Community Level Retail District and Prestige Business Park designations in the Kanata West Concept Plan (KWCP) and that the boundaries of the designations are “conceptual and flexible in nature and are intended to be finalized with more detailed development applications and studies”; and, WHEREAS in 2005 Ottawa Council approved the passing of By-law 200
Item #318108: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 375 DIDSBURY ROAD AND PART OF 345 DIDSBURY ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5566Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318359: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 370 HUNTMAR DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5567Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318552: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1560 SCOTT STREET
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5568Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319177: ZONING - ANOMALIES AND MINOR CORRECTIONS - A PORTION OF 1123 OLD MONTREAL ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5569Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318400: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5264 FERNBANK ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5570Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319229: EXPENDITURE FOR UPGRADES TO THE MONAHAN STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FACILITY
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5571Motion To: Moved by Councillor A. Hubley BE IT RESOLVED That Document 1 be amended to add a new zoning map, immediately following Map 4, to show Block 9 of Plan 4-1325 (1200 and 1250 Maritime Way) as being zoned: MC15[2028] h; AND FURTHER BE RESOLVED, that Document 2 be amended to include an additional zoning change immediately following clause 6 to amend the maximum height provisions (Column V) for BLock 9, plan 4-M1325 from the Council approved zoning of MC15 [2028], which limited non-residential buildings to 8 storeys and residential buildings to 10 storeys, and replace a maximum heights with the following: ii. the lesser of 67m or twenty-storeys AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the lands zoned MC15 [2028] include a holding symbol (h) to be removed once the Urban Design Review Panel and the City have approved the site plan.
Item #317217: CITY-INITIATED OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT REGARDING BUILDING HEIGHTS IN KANATA
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5572Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #317217: CITY-INITIATED OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT REGARDING BUILDING HEIGHTS IN KANATA
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5573Motion To: Refer to Council this matter without a recommendation and direct Tim Marc to prepare a Motion that recommends that we get a revised framework for the Small Moments policy for the next meeting so it can go to the next Council meeting in August and that you seek to extract this policy such that the majority of the other Centretown policies can advance to the end state.
Item #318697: SMALL MOMENTS STUDY - CENTRETOWN
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5574Motion To: Que le Comité recommande au Conseil d’adopter les deux modifications d’ordre général au Plan officiel, jointes à ce rapport comme documents 1 et 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council adopt the two Omnibus Official Plan amendments included in Documents 1 and 2.
Item #318878: OFFICIAL PLAN OMNIBUS
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5575Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0143 recommends zoning changes that affect individual properties and general amendments that affect properties city-wide; and, WHEREAS amendments are needed to properly implement the intention of the proposed provisions regarding certain items in the report; BE IT RESOLVED that the following changes be made to the staff report: 1. Amend Document 2 – Zoning Details for both Planning Committee and Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, as follows: Amend the zoning details for the revisions to Sections 65 and 107 to add transition provisions and further amend Section 107 by deleting the text for Section 107 and replacing it with the following text: “Amend Subsection 107 (1) to add new clause (aa), immediately following (a) that establishes the maximum driveway width based on the number of parking spaces, as follows: (aa) Despite Subsection 107 (1), clause (a), in the case of an apartment dwelling, low-rise, a stacked dwelling, an apartment mid-rise, or an apart
Item #319353: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5576Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver des modifications au Règlement 2008-250 de la façon illustrée dans le document 1 et précisée dans les documents 2 et 4 et illustré au document 6. That the Planning Committee recommend Council approve amendments to Zoning By-law 2008-250, as shown in Document 1 and detailed in Documents 2 and 4 and as outlined in Document 6.
Item #319353: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
Planning Committee
2014-07-08
5505Motion To:
Item #318905: Minutes 44 - Meeting of 5 June 2014 of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5506Motion To:
Item #318919: KIZELL MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5507Motion To: WHEREAS the lands located at 6335 and 6350 Perth Street in the Village of Richmond were recently zoned through the decision of the Ontario Municipal Board dated June 23, 2014; AND WHEREAS at the time of the Ontario Municipal Board’s decision, Zoning By-Law 2008-250 did not require a limit on the distance certain low-lying projections may extend into a required yard; AND WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0143 proposes amendments to Section 65 – Permitted Projections into Required Yards to institute limits on the extent certain low-lying projections may extend into a required yard; AND WHEREAS the approved residential development would not comply with these proposed amendments, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2– Zoning Details to be Considered by both Planning and Agricultural and Rural Affairs Committees of Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0143 be amended by adding an additional item being an amendment to Exceptions 778r, 779r and 780r to exempt the lands known municipally as 6335 and 6350 Perth
Item #319352: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: OMNIBUS ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5508Motion To:
Item #317806: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1575 DIAMONDVIEW ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5509Motion To:
Item #317858: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2938 GOODSTOWN ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5510Motion To:
Item #318054: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2075 TRIM ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5511Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 2349 through 2437 Carp Road, and 512 William Mooney Road to permit the expansion of a Solid Waste Disposal Facility subject to a holding provision and increased setbacks, as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.
Item #318153: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2349-2437 CARP ROAD AND 512 WILLIAM MOONEY ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5512Motion To:
Item #318159: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 150 AND 170 SALISBURY STREET
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5513Motion To:
Item #318161: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5574 ROCKDALE ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5514Motion To:
Item #318695: ZONING - ANOMALY REPORT TO UPDATE THE FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING IN THE ARMITAGE AVENUE AND BASKINS BEACH AREAS
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5515Motion To:
Item #318815: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 7579 SPRINGHILL ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5516Motion To:
Item #318861: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 7086 (7100) RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5517Motion To:
Item #318863: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 5935, 5939 AND 5949 FIRST LINE ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5518Motion To:
Item #318803: INSTALLATION AND USE OF A BOAT LAUNCH ON THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS PART LOT 8, CONCESSION LONG ISLAND
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-07-03
5519Motion To:
Item #318854: Minutes 44 - June 3, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5520Motion To:
Item #318855: Confidential Minutes 44 - June 3, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5521Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the presentation for information
Item #318423: LANSDOWNE UPDATE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5522Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318760: CITY OF OTTAWA 2013 CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5523Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318757: SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5524Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318765: APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5525Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319170: APPOINTMENT TO THE QUARTIER VANIER MERCHANT ASSOCIATION (BIA) BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5526Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318230: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 TO MARCH 31, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5527Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318285: FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2013
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5528Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318337: LICENCE OF OCCUPATION FOR THE OTTAWA FARMERS' MARKET AT LANSDOWNE URBAN PARK
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5529Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319181: COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP MAJOR CAPITAL PROGRAM FUNDING ALLOCATIONS - 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5530Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318624: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - OGILVY REALTY LTD. - 1475 AND 1501 CARLING AVENUE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5531Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318335: 191 LAURIER AVENUE/120 METCALFE STREET - MAIN LIBRARY - LEASE RENEWALS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5532Motion To: That the recommendation be amended to change “consider” to “approve” to read as follows: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council approve: 1. Waive the former owner’s right to purchase the portion of 3343 St. Joseph Boulevard shown as Parcel 1 on Document “1” attached, as provided for under Section 42 of the Expropriations Act; 2. Declare the properties municipally known as 3301 and part of 3343 St. Joseph Boulevard, described as being part of Lot 35, Concession 1, OS, geographic Township of Cumberland, being Parts 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, Plan 4R-21940, now in the City of Ottawa, containing an area of approximately 3,860 m2 (0.9637 acres) and identified as Parcels 1, 2, 3 and 4 on Document “1” attached, surplus to the City’s needs; and 3. Approve the sale of the land referred to in Recommendation 2, having a value of $540,000 to Hillside Vista Inc., subject to an easement in favour of the City of Ottawa for a 1200 mm sanitary trunk
Item #318381: ORL'ANS TOWN CENTRE LAND EXCHANGE TO PRESERVE VINETTE SILO
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5533Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318381: ORL'ANS TOWN CENTRE LAND EXCHANGE TO PRESERVE VINETTE SILO
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5534Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318479: UPDATE OF SALE OF SURPLUS LAND TO STATE OF QATAR, 187 BOTELER STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5535Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318567: ABBEYFIELD HOUSES SOCIETY OF OTTAWA LOAN FORGIVENESS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-07-03
5488Motion To:
Item #313457: CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5489Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318330: BASELINE ROAD RAPID TRANSIT PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STUDY AREA EXTENSION (PRINCE OF WALES DRIVE TO THE SOUTHEAST TRANSITWAY)
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5490Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318375: BANK STREET (LEITRIM TO RIDEAU ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5491Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318177: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 713 SOMERSET STREET WEST
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5492Motion To: WHEREAS a number of community concerns were raised in response to the patio application of Earling’s Variety Restaurant, the applicant, at 225 Strathcona Ave; and, WHEREAS the location of the proposed patio is immediately adjacent to a residential community; and, WHEREAS, the applicant and a group of residents have met to work out a compromise; and, WHEREAS, the applicant has agreed, in addition to the conditions set out below, to direct his staff and patrons to smoke closer to Bank St, and away from the neighbouring residences, to install a ‘butt stop’ ashtray in this area and to ensure that suppliers do not block traffic or make deliveries on Sunday mornings; and, WHEREAS, the Ward Councillor will continue to work with staff to delineate the angled parking and identify that there should be no parking that would obstruct the City lane, and implement solutions that would minimize bumper overhang on the angled parking, and shift the location of the parking permit dispenser; THEREFORE BE IT
Item #318224: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 225 STRATHCONA AVENUE
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5493Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318224: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 225 STRATHCONA AVENUE
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5494Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318343: TEMPORARY OUTDOOR PATIO ENCROACHMENT - 426 RIDEAU STREET
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5495Motion To: Moved by A. Hubley BE IT RESOLVED THAT, given the abbreviated time period for this matter caused by the possibility that a Bill may be tabled at Queen’s Park prior to the next Committee and Council meeting, this new item be introduced pursuant to Subsection 84(3) of the Procedure By-law:
Item #313500:
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5496Motion To: Moved by A. Hubley WHEREAS there are over 300 schools in the City of Ottawa and enhancing pedestrian and cycling safety for children in school zones has been an ongoing priority for City Council; and WHEREAS the Highway Traffic Act allows for the doubling of speed-related fines within identified Construction Zones and Community Safety Zones; and WHEREAS school area and school speed zone signage is already in place in the vicinity of schools ; and WHEREAS installing Community Safety Zone Signage in a school zone would add signage clutter, be very costly and detract from the prominence of school area signage, potentially decreasing safety and WHEREAS amending the Highway Traffic Act to allow the doubling of fines in school areas is a common sense approach to enhance the safety of our children as they walk or bicycle to school; and WHEREAS the dissolution of the provincial Legislature to hold the 2014 provincial election resulted in Bill 173 - Keeping Ontario’s Roads Safe Act dying on the order
Item #313500:
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5497Motion To: Moved by M. Fleury That Transportation Committee approve that the following new item be introduced pursuant to Subsection 84(3) of the Procedure By-law, due to the potential timelines for construction and the summer schedule:
Item #313500:
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5498Motion To: Moved by M. Fleury WHEREAS this term of Council has demonstrated leadership with respect to supporting active transportation options by providing record levels of funding and resources with respect to improving cycling facilities and connectivity throughout Ottawa; and WHEREAS St. Patrick provides a key east-west link between the communities of Rockcliffe, New Edinburgh, Vanier, Lindenlea, and Manor Park to the East with Lowertown and the ByWard Market to the west as well as the Rideau River Eastern Pathway; and WHEREAS significant additional funding would be required for St. Patrick Street between the Vanier Parkway and King Edward to facilitate the implementation of bike lanes east of Cobourg Street in a manner that meets safety standards acceptable to the City; and WHEREAS staff have advised that there is the potential to improve cycling connectivity in this area both earlier and more cost-effectively; and WHEREAS staff have also advised that it is their belief that this could be accomplishe
Item #313500:
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5499Motion To: Moved by A. Hubley BE IT RESOLVED THAT, given the abbreviated time period for this matter caused by the possibility that a Bill may be tabled at Queen’s Park prior to the next Committee and Council meeting, this new item be introduced pursuant to Subsection 84(3) of the Procedure By-law:
Item #313500: OTHER BUSINESS
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5500Motion To: Moved by A. Hubley WHEREAS there are over 300 schools in the City of Ottawa and enhancing pedestrian and cycling safety for children in school zones has been an ongoing priority for City Council; and WHEREAS the Highway Traffic Act allows for the doubling of speed-related fines within identified Construction Zones and Community Safety Zones; and WHEREAS school area and school speed zone signage is already in place in the vicinity of schools ; and WHEREAS installing Community Safety Zone Signage in a school zone would add signage clutter, be very costly and detract from the prominence of school area signage, potentially decreasing safety and WHEREAS amending the Highway Traffic Act to allow the doubling of fines in school areas is a common sense approach to enhance the safety of our children as they walk or bicycle to school; and WHEREAS the dissolution of the provincial Legislature to hold the 2014 provincial election resulted in Bill 173 - Keeping Ontario’s Roads Safe Act dying on the order
Item #313500: OTHER BUSINESS
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5501Motion To: Moved by M. Fleury That Transportation Committee approve that the following new item be introduced pursuant to Subsection 84(3) of the Procedure By-law, due to the potential timelines for construction and the summer schedule:
Item #313500: OTHER BUSINESS
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5502Motion To: Moved by M. Fleury WHEREAS this term of Council has demonstrated leadership with respect to supporting active transportation options by providing record levels of funding and resources with respect to improving cycling facilities and connectivity throughout Ottawa; and WHEREAS St. Patrick provides a key east-west link between the communities of Rockcliffe, New Edinburgh, Vanier, Lindenlea, and Manor Park to the East with Lowertown and the ByWard Market to the west as well as the Rideau River Eastern Pathway; and WHEREAS significant additional funding would be required for St. Patrick Street between the Vanier Parkway and King Edward to facilitate the implementation of bike lanes east of Cobourg Street in a manner that meets safety standards acceptable to the City; and WHEREAS staff have advised that there is the potential to improve cycling connectivity in this area both earlier and more cost-effectively; and WHEREAS staff have also advised that it is their belief that this could be accomplishe
Item #313500: OTHER BUSINESS
Transportation Committee
2014-07-02
5260Motion To:
Item #318638: Minutes 15 - 8 May 2014
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-06-26
5261Motion To:
Item #318540: APPLICATION TO ALTER 429 MACLAREN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-06-26
5262Motion To: WHEREAS Heritage Ottawa responded late to have their comments incorporated into the report entitled “Designation of the Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act”; and, WHEREAS Heritage Ottawa would like to have some interior elements of the building incorporated into the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value (Document 6); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Sub-Committee approve acceptance of the revised Document 6 to the aforementioned report.
Item #318543: DESIGNATION OF THE HORTICULTURE BUILDING, LANSDOWNE PARK, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-06-26
5263Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité du patrimoine bâti d’Ottawa recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner l’Édifice de l’horticulture du parc Lansdowne, situé au 957, rue Bank, aux termes de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel faisant l’objet du document 6. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a Notice of Intention to Designate for the Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park, 957 Bank Street, under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to Statement of Cultural Heritage Value included as Document 6.
Item #318543: DESIGNATION OF THE HORTICULTURE BUILDING, LANSDOWNE PARK, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-06-26
5264Motion To:
Item #318546: APPLICATION TO ALTER THE BRANTWOOD GATES, A STRUCTURE DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT, LOCATED AT THE JUNCTION OF BECKWITH AND MAIN STREETS
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-06-26
5265Motion To:
Item #318527: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-06-26
4021Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0125 recommends approval and passage of a new Site Plan Control By-law for the City of Ottawa attached as Document 1 of the Report; AND WHEREAS the draft Site Plan Control By-law in Document 1 of the said Report does not include direction on the use of Letters of Undertaking; AND WHEREAS to continue to provide clarity to those requiring Site Plan Control Approval, direction on the use of Letters of Undertaking should be provided; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve an amendment to the draft Site Plan Control By-law in Document 1 of the said Report, which adds the following as a new 11, with Sections 11, 12 and 13 being renumbered accordingly: “11. (1) In the case of a residential development, a letter of undertaking may be provided as an alternative to a site plan control agreement where, (a) easements or conveyances are not required to be made to the City after issuance of the building permit, (b) special measures for the protection of existing pri
Item #318941: SITE PLAN CONTROL BY-LAW - UPDATE
City Council
2014-06-25
4022Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318941: SITE PLAN CONTROL BY-LAW - UPDATE
City Council
2014-06-25
4023Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319070: STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 20 JUNE 2014
City Council
2014-06-25
4024Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318384: EXPANSION PROJECT OF YMCA EMERGENCY SHELTER FLOORS FOR FAMILIES WHO ARE HOMELESS - 180 ARGYLE AVENUE
City Council
2014-06-25
4025Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #319000: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 87 MANN AVENUE
City Council
2014-06-25
4026Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318630: OC TRANSPO ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR 2013
City Council
2014-06-25
4027Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318692: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - DIESEL'S DRESSING ROOM
City Council
2014-06-25
4028Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318394: PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-06-25
4029Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318652: GREATER CARDINAL CREEK SUBWATERSHED STUDY
City Council
2014-06-25
4030Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318332: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 154 O'CONNOR STREET
City Council
2014-06-25
4031Motion To: That the item entitled “Arbuckle Petition for Drainage Works” be deferred to the Council meeting of July 9, 2014 to be placed on the agenda for consideration at a place the Mayor deems appropriate and that the first and second reading of the by-law be removed from today’s agenda.
Item #318915: ARBUCKLE PETITION FOR DRAINAGE WORKS
City Council
2014-06-25
4032Motion To: WHEREAS the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has introduced a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (also known as a “By the Glass” license) to permit Ontario wineries and breweries that already hold a manufacturer’s licence from the AGCO to sell and serve their own wine or beer to patrons for consumption in single servings at their manufacturing site under certain conditions; and WHEREAS, because "By the Glass" license applicants are exempt from the public advertising process, the AGCO requires a resolution from the municipal council indicating the support of the local community before “By the Glass” licenses as part of the application for this license; and WHEREAS given the restricted Council meeting schedule in the Summer and Fall months of 2014, it is deemed desirable to proactively provide support to existing manufacturers that wish to apply to the AGCO for a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (“By-the Glass” license); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVE
Item #307245: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-06-25
4033Motion To: WHEREAS TELUS, through the Standard Land Company Inc,. have applied to Industry Canada for the installation of a 35 meter (115 feet) Communications Tower on Dozois Road; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is one of the commenting agencies on this application; and WHEREAS the adjacent residents have expressed a concern that TELUS has not followed Industry Canada’s guidelines relating to minimizing impact on residential communities with the proposed location of this Antenna Tower on Dozois Road; and WHEREAS this community’s concerns are supported by a petition of over 750 signatures; and WHEREAS there are concerns by the Ward Councillor and residents that public consultation was totally inadequate for this site; and WHEREAS there are concerns by the community on the negative health implications for residents of the adjoining subdivisions and two adjacent schools; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Staff deny concurrence for this project and that City Staff work with TELUS for an alternate locatio
Item #307245: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-06-25
4034Motion To: WHEREAS the planning policy of the Province of Ontario is to encourage compact growth in order to minimize the costs of such growth; and WHEREAS development is occurring in municipalities outside the City of Ottawa where such development makes extensive use of Ottawa infrastructure, in particular the roads and transit system; and WHEREAS the development outside the City does not contribute financially to the cost of City infrastructure; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That Council request the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing initiate a Places to Grow exercise for Eastern Ontario.
Item #307245: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-06-25
4035Motion To: WHEREAS the Osgoode Youth Association (“the O-YA”) is a community-operated non-profit youth centre that, for 12 years, provided a safe and comfortable environment for programs, mental health resources and events in a rural area that does not have immediate access to public transportation or local high schools; and WHEREAS the O-YA supports the development of local youth between seven and 18 years of age, with programs that focus on recreation, education, mental health and socializing and more than 500 young people take advantage of the O-YA’s programs and services each year; and WHEREAS the O-YA depends solely on donations, grants and sponsorships to cover operational costs and has indicated it currently anticipates a deficit for 2014; and WHEREAS the Councillor for Ward 20-Osgoode has funds available for a donation of $8,000 in his 2014 Constituency Services Budget to assist in reducing the O-YA’s current anticipated deficit; and WHEREAS the Council Expense Policy, approved by Council
Item #307247:
City Council
2014-06-25
4036Motion To: WHEREAS the Osgoode Youth Association (“the O-YA”) is a community-operated non-profit youth centre that, for 12 years, provided a safe and comfortable environment for programs, mental health resources and events in a rural area that does not have immediate access to public transportation or local high schools; and WHEREAS the O-YA supports the development of local youth between seven and 18 years of age, with programs that focus on recreation, education, mental health and socializing and more than 500 young people take advantage of the O-YA’s programs and services each year; and WHEREAS the O-YA depends solely on donations, grants and sponsorships to cover operational costs and has indicated it currently anticipates a deficit for 2014; and WHEREAS the Councillor for Ward 20-Osgoode has funds available for a donation of $8,000 in his 2014 Constituency Services Budget to assist in reducing the O-YA’s current anticipated deficit; and WHEREAS the Council Expense Policy, approved by Council
Item #307247: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-06-25
102384Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318833: STATUS UPDATE - PLANNING COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 17 JUNE 2014
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102385Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande ce qui suit au Conseil : 1. Autoriser la Ville à conclure avec la firme Richcraft Group of Companies une entente de financement anticipé, en vue de réaliser la conception et les travaux de modification du bassin de rétention des eaux pluviales no 1 de la collectivité urbaine de l’est (Gloucester), ainsi que la canalisation du cours d’eau naturel existant, pour un montant maximal limité à 6 745 000 $, indexation applicable comprise, taxes applicables et compensation pour l’habitat du poisson, jusqu’à concurrence de 1 112 511 $, indexation applicable comprise, taxes applicables, compte tenu des principes énoncés dans le document 1 et dans la politique sur le financement anticipé approuvée par le Conseil et figurant dans le document 2, la forme et le contenu définitifs de ladite entente de financement anticipé étant à la satisfaction de la directrice municipale adjointe, Urbanisme et Infrastructure, et du chef d
Item #318395: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT FOR MODIFICATION OF THE GLOUCESTER EAST URBAN COMMUNITY STORMWATER MANAGEMENT POND NO. 1 AND FISH HABITAT COMPENSATION
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102386Motion To:
Item #318244: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 360 BOBOLINK RIDGE
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102387Motion To: Le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande que le Conseil : 1. Approuve le Plan secondaire du secteur Preston-Carling joint au présent en tant que document 1, y compris la zone prioritaire pour la mise en œuvre d’améliorations dans le domaine public indiquées dans l’annexe D du Plan secondaire, le tout étant expliqué dans le document 4; 2. Approuve l’Étude sur le domaine public et la mobilité du secteur Preston-Carling ci-jointe en tant que document 2 présente des lignes directrices pour la mise en œuvre des améliorations du domaine public dans le secteur Preston-Carling; 3. Charge le personnel d’examiner et de modifier les règlements, politiques et directives pertinents, notamment le Règlement sur l’affectation de terrains à vocation de parc et l’introduction d’un Règlement sur les redevances d’aménagement propre au secteur et qu’il fasse rapport au Conseil d’ici janvier 2015 afin de mettre en œuvre les politiques du Plan secondaire du secte
Item #317687: PRESTON-CARLING DISTRICT SECONDARY PLAN
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102388Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 et visant les 93-105, rue Norman, en vue de permettre un aménagement résidentiel de hauteur moyenne, tel qu’illustré dans le document 1 et exposé en détail dans les documents 2 et 3. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 93-105 Norman Street to permit a mid-rise residential development, as shown in Document 1 and detailed in Documents 2 and 3.
Item #317873: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 93-105 NORMAN STREET
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102389Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage no 2008-250 relativement à la propriété située au 2075, chemin Mer Bleue, afin de permettre un aménagement commercial comprenant un poste d’essence, une station service et un poste de lavage d’automobiles, comme l’illustre le document 1 et le précisent les documents 2 et 3. That the Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 2075 Mer Bleue Road to permit a commercial development including a gas bar, automobile service station and car wash, as shown on Document 1 and detailed in Documents 2 and 3.
Item #318946: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 2075 MER BLEUE ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102390Motion To:
Item #318155: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 2405 MER BLEUE ROAD AND 2496 TENTH LINE ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
102391Motion To:
Item #318856: MURAL ON 721 CHAPEL CRESCENT
Planning Committee
2014-06-24
7801Motion To:
Item #318910: Minutes 11 - 13 February 2014
Audit Sub-Committee
2014-06-23
7802Motion To: Que le Sous-Comité de la vérification recommande au Comité des finances et du développement économique de recommander à son tour au Conseil d’approvuver les Etats financiers consolidés de 2013 de la Ville d’Ottawa. That the Audit Sub-committee recommend that the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the 2013 City of Ottawa Consolidated Financial Statements.
Item #318759: 2013 CITY OF OTTAWA CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Audit Sub-Committee
2014-06-23
7803Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318756: SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Audit Sub-Committee
2014-06-23
5289Motion To:
Item #318655: Minutes 33 - May 15, 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5290Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317089: PRESENTATION BY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5291Motion To:
Item #318309: STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 12 JUNE 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5292Motion To:
Item #318691: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - DIESEL'S DRESSING ROOM
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5293Motion To:
Item #314917: SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2013 / Q1 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5294Motion To: Que le Comité des services communautaires et de protection recommande au Conseil: 1. D’approuver que la Ville d’Ottawa conclue un accord de contribution avec l’Ottawa Young Men’s and Young Women’s Christian Association (le YMCA), portant sur une contribution de 400 000 $, afin d’aider le YMCA à rénover deux étages de son immeuble situé au 180, avenue Argyle et à les exploiter comme logement d’urgence temporaire pour une trentaine de familles sans abri, comme le décrit le présent rapport et; 2. De déléguer à l’administratrice, Direction des services de logement, la finalisation et la signature de l’accord de contribution, comme le décrit le présent rapport. That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve that the City of Ottawa enter into a Contribution Agreement with the Ottawa Young Men’s and Young Women’s Christian Association (the ‘YMCA’) for a contribution of $400,000 in support of the YMCA retrofitting and opera
Item #318383: EXPANSION PROJECT OF YMCA EMERGENCY SHELTER FLOORS FOR FAMILIES WHO ARE HOMELESS - 180 ARGYLE AVENUE
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5295Motion To: Que le Comité des services communautaires et de protection demande au personnel : 1. De soumettre la question de la transformation de maisons unifamiliales en habitations à logements multiples dans les secteurs géographiques comptant une forte proportion d’étudiants à la prochaine réunion de l’Urban Municipal Law Enforcement Network, afin de susciter une discussion sur les pratiques exemplaires et un examen des solutions possibles, comme l’indique le présent rapport; 2. De consulter les groupes communautaires concernés et les membres du conseil des municipalités membres de l’Urban Municipal Law Enforcement Network sur cette question et de faire rapport au comité permanent approprié une fois que toute l’information aura été recueillie. That the Community and Protective Services Committee direct staff to: 1. Bring the issue of regulation of single family home conversions to multiple dwelling units in geographical areas with large student populations to the Urban Municipal
Item #318433: PRIVATE HOME CONVERSION TO STUDENT HOUSING
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-06-19
5718Motion To:
Item #318755: Minutes 49 - 21 May 2014
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5719Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318136: CHAIR'S UPDATE
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5720Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318137: UPDATE FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER, TRANSIT SERVICES
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5721Motion To: That the Transit Commission receive for information the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Peer Review Panel report on OC Transpo’s Safety and Security Programs.
Item #318639: APTA PEER REVIEW PANEL REPORT ON OC TRANSPO'S SAFETY AND SECURITY PROGRAMS
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5722Motion To: That the Transit Commission approve the “Access and Privacy Policy – Surveillance System for Transit Buses”, attached as Document 1, to apply to on-board video surveillance systems to be installed on all new buses acquired by OC Transpo on a go-forward basis, as described in this report.
Item #317984: ACCESS AND PRIVACY POLICY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR TRANSIT BUSES
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5723Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE these items for information
Item #318629: OC TRANSPO ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR 2013
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5724Motion To: That the Transit Commission and City Council receive this report for information.
Item #318629: OC TRANSPO ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR 2013
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5725Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE these items for information
Item #318066: Q1 2014 TRANSIT SERVICES PERFORMANCE REPORT
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5726Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318636: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 6 JUNE 2014
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5727Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318148: 2014 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 - TRANSIT COMMISSION STATUS REPORT
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
5728Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Rules of Procedure be waived in light of the ongoing actions that must be undertaken by the LRT working group described below; WHEREAS on February 9th, 2011, Ottawa City Council passed Motion No. 6/4, which provided that “the Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) be the Standing Committee that considers OLRT reports for recommendation to Council until such time as Council determines the final governance for the project”; and WHEREAS the Rideau Transit Group has advised that it will require a number of decisions be made in a timely fashion concerning such topics as the naming of the system, lines and stations as well as retail and advertising matters for use on various technical drawings, specifications and systems development; and WHEREAS the Terms of Reference for the Transit Commission gives it specific responsibility over such operational matters as receiving and approving “Transit wayfinding, branding and advertising standards” as well
Item #306552: OTHER BUSINESS
Transit Commission
2014-06-18
6339Motion To:
Item #318427: Minutes 26 - 28 April 2014
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-06-16
6340Motion To: That the Information Technology Sub-Committee receive this verbal presentation.
Item #318637: CHAIR'S UPDATE - MUNICIPAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSOCIATION (MISA) ONTARIO ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-06-16
6341Motion To: That the Information Technology Sub-Committee receive this verbal presentation.
Item #316637: CREATIVE MAKERSPACES - OTTAWA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-06-16
6342Motion To: That the Information Technology Sub-Committee receive this verbal presentation.
Item #315088: SERVICEOTTAWA PROGRAM UPDATE
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-06-16
6343Motion To: That the Information Technology Sub-Committee receive this report for information.
Item #317140: HOUSING COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVE
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-06-16
102458Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS following the review of the components of the costs and recoveries to date and projected gross capital costs of the Monahan Stormwater Facility staff have recommended that adjustments be made: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that: 1. In respect of the Monahan Stormwater Facility, the 2014 Area Specific Stormwater Studies, as modified by the May 12, 2014 addendum, be further modified by: a) Increasing the gross capital cost of the retro
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102459Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS a front-ending agreement was approved for the Fernbank Collector Sewer and related works but as a result of the additional time required to obtain all necessary approvals the costs of such works have increased; and WHEREAS the additional costs can be accommodated with the amounts identified for this project by the draft background study: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that 1. That the Development Charge Background study be revised in
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102460Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS in respect of the South Nepean Collector Phases 2 and 3, $4.8 million as allocated to Phase 2 and $7.7 million to Phase 3 but following the receipt of submissions and staff review, it is deemed appropriate to reverse the financial allocation between the two phases in order to permit the front-ending of capital works for Phase 2: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that the Development Charge Background Study be revised in respect of the So
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102461Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS specific discussions have taken place and consensus has been reached on a differentiation between high technology uses that are to be considered as industrial uses and high technology uses that are to be considered as non-industrial uses: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve: 1. That the draft by-law attached as Appendix H to the Background Study be revised in accordance with the following: a) The definition of high technology use be revise
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102462Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS following the review of the stormwater works encompassed in Area E-6 (Mer Bleue to Tenth Line Road), it has been determined that certain stormwater works can be deleted as development charge works and that the West Trunk Sewer more properly comes with the Roads and Related Works development charge category: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that: 1. The 2014 Development Charge Background Study and the 2014 Area Specific Stormwater Studie
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102463Motion To: WHEREAS subsequent to the deadline for the submission of motions respecting the Development Charges Background Study and By-laws, an error in the motion respecting the Village of Richmond Area Specific Sanitary Sewer Development Charge was discovered; Therefore Be It Resolved That the Rules of Procedure be suspended to permit the introduction of the following motion. WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS having reviewed the non-residential growth for the Village of Richmond, staff are o
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102464Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS the funding envelope for the Founders Avenue project has been increased in the Background Study by $799,000 to $11.964 million to accommodate the costs of works required for stormwater drainage from the road; and WHEREAS there is a Front-Ending Agreement in respect of Founders Avenue for which the existing Council approved authority is $11.165 million THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve that authority for the Front-Ending Agreement in resp
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102465Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, as indicated at the Planning Committee, discussions and negotiations among staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group have continued to ensure as many issues as possible are addressed in advance of the finalization of the Development Charges By-laws; and WHEREAS additional costs, to be funded by development charges, will be incurred in respect of Stormwater Area E-3 (between Mer Bleue Road and Pagé Road) in respect of fish habitat compensation: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that: 1. In respect of the Gloucester Stormwater Facilities (Area E-3), the 2014 Area Specific Stormwater Studies, as modified by the May 12, 2014 addendum, be further modified by including within the Gross Capital Cost
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102466Motion To: WHEREAS Area 6 is designated as Developing Community; and WHEREAS a sanitary sewer pumping station will ultimately be required for the development of these lands; AND WHEREAS such pumping station is not yet identified in the Development Charges Background Study; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. The Area 6 Pumping Station be added as a 100 per cent development charge work to the Background Study at an estimated costs of $3.3 million dollars. 2. The estimated completion date of the pumping station be established at 2018 but that such date be subject to customary revision based upon affordability and the progress of development of the area
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102467Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED THAT the exemption in Recommendation 3 (k) be deleted.
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102468Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motions.
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102469Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were recommended for approval by the Planning Committee on May 13, 2014; and WHEREAS, following Planning Committee consideration, drafting errors have been identified that must be corrected by the following technical amendments; and WHEREAS significant consultation has taken place before and since the release of the background studies; and WHEREAS Council deems it appropriate to approve the background studies as they have been amended; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve that 1. Subsection 18(3) is amended to read as follows: (3) The indexing pursuant to this section shall be calculated on the basis that the payments towards the principal component of any growth-related debt for which the City is or will be liable subsequent to the enactment of this by-law are not subject to the annual indexation
Item #318116: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
102470Motion To: Whereas the Line Fences Act requires that the remuneration of fence-viewers be fixed by by-law THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Recommendation 2 of Agriculture Committee Report 41, Item 2 be deleted and the following substituted therefore: 2. Provide that the remuneration of fence-viewers who are not City staff shall be a minimum fee per viewing of $100 per fence viewer with an additional $20 per hour after the first five hours.
Item #318753: APPOINTMENT OF FENCE-VIEWERS
City Council
2014-06-11
102471Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318753: APPOINTMENT OF FENCE-VIEWERS
City Council
2014-06-11
102472Motion To: WHEREAS the report entitled “Capital Adjustments and Closing of Projects – City Tax and Rate Supported” contained in Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 44, proposes to close project number 904062, described as “Ashcroft 81 Colonnade Parks”, with a balance of unspent funds in the amount of $373,335; and WHEREAS staff in Planning and Growth Management advise that work is ongoing for this project and the park is scheduled to be constructed this year; and WHEREAS staff further advised that this project was included in error on this list of projects to be closed; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 1 of the report “Capital Adjustments and Closing of Projects – City Tax and Rate Supported” contained in Finance and Economic Development Committee Report 44, be amended by deleting Project Number 904062, described as “Ashcroft 81 Colonnade Parks”.
Item #317943: CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
City Council
2014-06-11
102473Motion To: WHEREAS the “Capital Adjustments and Closing of Projects – Tax and Rate Supported” report recommends the approval of the budget adjustments in Document 2 that exceed the delegated authority limits as established by Council; and WHEREAS the reconstruction of St-Joseph Boulevard between the OR 174 eastbound on ramp and Trim Road as well as Old Montreal Road between Trim Road and Dairy Drive are currently underway; and WHEREAS there are no existing local sanitary sewers in these sections; and WHEREAS the future installation of sanitary servicing after road reconstruction would involve the excavation of the road bed which would typically not be undertaken for 10 to 15 years as part of the normal road renewal program; and WHEREAS installation of the sanitary sewer in conjunction with the road works provides both economies of scale relative to a future install and ensures the expected lifecycle of the newly reconstructed roadway is not compromised; and WHEREAS funds are avai
Item #317943: CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
City Council
2014-06-11
102474Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #317943: CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - CITY TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED
City Council
2014-06-11
102475Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318311: GOULBOURN RECREATION COMPLEX REMEDIATION PROJECT
City Council
2014-06-11
102476Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318681: ZONING - 12 STIRLING AVENUE
City Council
2014-06-11
102477Motion To: That this item be deferred.
Item #318247: SITE PLAN CONTROL BY-LAW - UPDATE
City Council
2014-06-11
102478Motion To: Be It Resolved that the details of the zoning be amended such that the minimum setback required along Teron Road (corner side yard) shall be 6 m.
Item #318690: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
City Council
2014-06-11
102479Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #317820: COORDINATION OF SNOW GO PROGRAMS
City Council
2014-06-11
102480Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318129: GROWTH OF CITY FLEET FOR ASPHALT REPAIR UNITS
City Council
2014-06-11
102481Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #317791: ZONING - 7068 FOURTH LINE ROAD
City Council
2014-06-11
102482Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318168: ZONING - 5592, 5606 AND 5630 BOUNDARY ROAD AND 9460 MITCH OWENS ROAD
City Council
2014-06-11
102483Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318170: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 3748 RIDEAU ROAD
City Council
2014-06-11
102484Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318118: 2013 YEAR END MFIPPA REPORT - SUMMARY
City Council
2014-06-11
102485Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318064: 2014-2018 MUNICIPAL ELECTION COMPLIANCE AUDIT COMMITTEE
City Council
2014-06-11
102486Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #317296: 2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS - REDUCED OPENING HOURS FOR CERTAIN VOTING PLACES
City Council
2014-06-11
102487Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318429: APPOINTMENT TO THE BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-06-11
102488Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318323: LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN - REPORT ON EXERCISE OF DELEGATED AUTHORITY AND PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO EXISTING AUTHORITY FOR THE OPERATIONS PHASE
City Council
2014-06-11
102489Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #314967: 2013 INVESTMENT AND ENDOWMENT FUND REPORT
City Council
2014-06-11
102490Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318172: 2013 REPORT ON FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES
City Council
2014-06-11
102491Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318204: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - MRAK HOLDINGS INC. - 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1145 AND 1149 CYRVILLE ROAD
City Council
2014-06-11
102492Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #316756: 200 BREWER WAY - ACAD'MIE WESTBORO ACADEMY LEASE RENEWAL
City Council
2014-06-11
102493Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #317848: DESIGNATE 12,587 SQUARE FEET ON THE 21ST FLOOR AT 160 ELGIN STREET AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
City Council
2014-06-11
102494Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318682: APPLICATION TO ALTER 60 BLENHEIM DRIVE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-06-11
102495Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318683: APPLICATION TO ALTER 140 HOWICK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-06-11
102496Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318684: APPLICATION TO ALTER 300 ACACIA AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-06-11
102497Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #317739: BUILDING BY-LAW 2005-303 - UPDATE
City Council
2014-06-11
102498Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318243: ZONING - PARTS OF 370, 404, 410 AND 450 HUNTMAR DRIVE
City Council
2014-06-11
102499Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #317868: ZONING - 2235 ROBERTSON ROAD
City Council
2014-06-11
102500Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318001: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING - 1117 LONGFIELDS DRIVE AND 1034 MCGARRY TERRACE
City Council
2014-06-11
102501Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #315545: 2015 MUNICIPAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PLAN
City Council
2014-06-11
102502Motion To: That these items be Carried on consent.
Item #318147: SURFACE PARKING LOT AT 160 LYON STREET
City Council
2014-06-11
102503Motion To: WHEREAS the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has introduced a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (also known as a “By the Glass” license) to permit Ontario wineries and breweries that already hold a manufacturer’s licence from the AGCO to sell and serve their own wine or beer to patrons for consumption in single servings at their manufacturing site under certain conditions; and WHEREAS, because "By the Glass" license applicants are exempt from the public advertising process, the AGCO requires a resolution from the municipal council indicating the support of the local community before “By the Glass” licenses as part of the application for this license; and WHEREAS given the restricted Council meeting schedule in the Summer and Fall months of 2014, it is deemed desirable to proactively provide support to existing manufacturers that wish to apply to the AGCO for a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (“By-the Glass” license); THE
Item #307123:
City Council
2014-06-11
102504Motion To: WHEREAS TELUS, through the Standard Land Company Inc,. have applied to Industry Canada for the installation of a 35 meter (115 feet) Communications Tower on Dozois Road; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is one of the commenting agencies on this application; and WHEREAS the adjacent residents have expressed a concern that TELUS has not followed Industry Canada’s guidelines relating to minimizing impact on residential communities with the proposed location of this Antenna Tower on Dozois Road; and WHEREAS this community’s concerns are supported by a petition of over 750 signatures; and WHEREAS there are concerns by the Ward Councillor and residents that public consultation was totally inadequate for this site; and WHEREAS there are concerns by the community on the negative health implications for residents of the adjoining subdivisions and two adjacent schools; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Staff deny concurrence for this project and that City Staff work with TELUS for
Item #307123:
City Council
2014-06-11
102505Motion To: WHEREAS the planning policy of the Province of Ontario is to encourage compact growth in order to minimize the costs of such growth; and WHEREAS development is occurring in municipalities outside the City of Ottawa where such development makes extensive use of Ottawa infrastructure, in particular the roads and transit system; and WHEREAS the development outside the City does not contribute financially to the cost of City infrastructure; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That Council request the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing initiate a Places to Grow exercise for Eastern Ontario.
Item #307123:
City Council
2014-06-11
102506Motion To: WHEREAS the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has introduced a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (also known as a “By the Glass” license) to permit Ontario wineries and breweries that already hold a manufacturer’s licence from the AGCO to sell and serve their own wine or beer to patrons for consumption in single servings at their manufacturing site under certain conditions; and WHEREAS, because "By the Glass" license applicants are exempt from the public advertising process, the AGCO requires a resolution from the municipal council indicating the support of the local community before “By the Glass” licenses as part of the application for this license; and WHEREAS given the restricted Council meeting schedule in the Summer and Fall months of 2014, it is deemed desirable to proactively provide support to existing manufacturers that wish to apply to the AGCO for a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales license (“By-the Glass” license); THE
Item #307123: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-06-11
102507Motion To: WHEREAS TELUS, through the Standard Land Company Inc,. have applied to Industry Canada for the installation of a 35 meter (115 feet) Communications Tower on Dozois Road; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is one of the commenting agencies on this application; and WHEREAS the adjacent residents have expressed a concern that TELUS has not followed Industry Canada’s guidelines relating to minimizing impact on residential communities with the proposed location of this Antenna Tower on Dozois Road; and WHEREAS this community’s concerns are supported by a petition of over 750 signatures; and WHEREAS there are concerns by the Ward Councillor and residents that public consultation was totally inadequate for this site; and WHEREAS there are concerns by the community on the negative health implications for residents of the adjoining subdivisions and two adjacent schools; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Staff deny concurrence for this project and that City Staff work with TELUS for
Item #307123: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-06-11
102508Motion To: WHEREAS the planning policy of the Province of Ontario is to encourage compact growth in order to minimize the costs of such growth; and WHEREAS development is occurring in municipalities outside the City of Ottawa where such development makes extensive use of Ottawa infrastructure, in particular the roads and transit system; and WHEREAS the development outside the City does not contribute financially to the cost of City infrastructure; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That Council request the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing initiate a Places to Grow exercise for Eastern Ontario.
Item #307123: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-06-11
102509Motion To: That the by-laws listed on the Agenda under Motion to Introduce By-laws, Three Readings, be read and passed with the exception of by-law t), titled “A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of the lands known municipally as 1131 Teron Road” and By-law ii), titled “A by-law of the City of Ottawa designating the area within the territorial limits of the City of Ottawa as an area of site plan control”.
Item #307125: MOTION TO INTRODUCE BY-LAWS
City Council
2014-06-11
3853Motion To: Moved by Councillor T. Tierney 1. Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0102 be amended as follows: a. By replacing the number 2.5 in provision 2(c) of Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning, such that the recommended minimum rear yard setback is 4.5 metres. b. By replacing Document 3 – Zoning Schedule, with the attached new Zoning Schedule to reflect the minimum 4.5 metre rear yard setback identified in 1, above. 2. That there be no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.
Item #318679: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3854Motion To: Moved by Councillor B. Monette (On behalf of Councillor M. Wilkinson) WHEREAS the Planning Committee deferred the report on 1131 Teron Road in order for Bill Teron to review the plan and show how the development could fit into the community concept of a community where nature is the predominant architecture; and WHEREAS all of the other high rise developments along Teron are set in such a way that a natural setting is found between the building and Teron Road; and WHEREAS Bill Teron has prepared a plan that shows that development in which nature is predominant between the building frontage and Teron Road that provides intensification and an improved economic return for the owner while maintaining an area for natural screening along Teron Road ; and WHEREAS although the staff report erroneously states that this property abuts the Beaverbrook Community it is actually an integral part of Community and under the Official Plan needs to have any new development fit into the character and scale of Bea
Item #318679: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3855Motion To: Moved by Councillor B. Monette (on behalf of Councillor M. Wilkinson) That the setbacks for this development be consistent with the zoning of the adjacent property and the R5 zone and be set as follows: The setback for the Bethune Condominium from Teron road and for the existing single family house be maintained for that part of Teron Road where the entrance is to the buildings, which is 6 metres. This is consistent with the recently approved set back along Campeau Drive in the Kanata Town Centre The setback for the lot lines between the site and Bethune Condominium be 7.5 metres – this is consistent with the recommended set back for part of the site but should be consistent for all parts.
Item #318679: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3856Motion To: Moved by Councillor J. Harder 1. Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0102 be amended as follows: a. By replacing the number 2.5 in provision 2(c) of Document 2 – Details of Recommended Zoning, such that the recommended minimum rear yard setback is 4.5 metres. b. By replacing Document 3 – Zoning Schedule, with the attached new Zoning Schedule to reflect the minimum 4.5 metre rear yard setback identified in 1, above. 2. That there be no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.
Item #318679: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3857Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318679: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3858Motion To: That Item No. 1 - Zoning - 1131 Teron Road - be forwarded to the July 11 Council meeting for Council's consideration.
Item #318679: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3859Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #314915: SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2013 / Q1 2014
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3860Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme prenne connaissance du présent rapport. That Planning Committee receive this report for information.
Item #314368: ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2013
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3861Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #314368: ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2013
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3862Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318315: INVENTORY OF VACANT INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS PARK LAND, 2010-13 UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3863Motion To: Moved by Councillor J. Harder WHEREAS Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0124 recommends zoning changes to the lands known municipally as 87 Mann Avenue; AND WHEREAS there is an error in Document 2, Details of Recommended Zoning, regarding reference to By-law No. 2014-151 (To amend By-law No. 2008- 250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning applicable to residential conversions ) that was repealed on 14 May 2014 and replaced by By-law No. 2014- 189 (To amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning applicable to residential conversions and to repeal Bylaw No. 2014-151 entitled 'A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning applicable to residential conversions'); BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2, Details of Recommended Zoning of Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0124, be amended by replacing the text in Clause 2 that references By-law No. 2014-151, repealed on 14 May 2014, with the new By-law reference to read as follows: “The amenity a
Item #318317: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 87 MANN AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3864Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318317: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 87 MANN AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3865Motion To:
Item #318393: PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3866Motion To:
Item #318651: GREATER CARDINAL CREEK SUBWATERSHED STUDY
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3867Motion To:
Item #318331: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 154 O'CONNOR STREET
Planning Committee
2014-06-10
3950Motion To:
Item #313411: CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3951Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318126: PROGRESS UPDATE ON OTTAWA'S CYCLING PROGRAM
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3952Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317476: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 23 MAY 2014
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3953Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314912: SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2013 AND Q1 2014
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3954Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315544: 2015 MUNICIPAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PLAN
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3955Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver: 1. Le transfert du financement pour le Programme Snow Go et le Programme d’aide Snow-Go du budget de fonctionnement de base du Service des travaux publics à celui du Programme de financement communautaire renouvelable des Services sociaux et communautaires à compter du 1er juillet 2014, avec des addenda aux ententes de contribution pour neuf organismes de soutien communautaire conformément au cadre stratégique sur le financement communautaire. 2. Les objectifs, les critères d’admissibilité et le processus de demande et de paiement du Programme Snow-Go, tels que présentés dans le document 1 en pièce jointe et décrits dans le présent rapport. That the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve: 1. The transfer of funding for the Snow Go and Snow Go Assist programs from the Public Works Department operating base budget to Community and Social Services Department, Renewable Community Funding Program opera
Item #317819: COORDINATION OF SNOW GO PROGRAMS
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3956Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver l’agrandissement du parc municipal au moyen de l’achat de huit (8) unités de réparation de l’asphalte afin de répondre à la demande accrue de réparation des nids de poule tel qu’indiqué dans le présent rapport, sous réserve de l’approbation par le Conseil de la réaffectation des fonds d’immobilisation requis par le biais du rapport Ajustement du budget des immobilisations et cessation de projets financés par recettes fiscales. That the Transportation Committee recommend Council approve the growth of the City Fleet through the purchase of eight (8) asphalt repair units to facilitate the increasing demand for pothole maintenance, as outlined in this report, subject to Council approval of the reallocation of the required capital funds through the Capital Adjustments and Closing of Projects - City Tax and Rate Report.
Item #318128: GROWTH OF CITY FLEET FOR ASPHALT REPAIR UNITS
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
3957Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318146: SURFACE PARKING LOT AT 160 LYON STREET
Transportation Committee
2014-06-04
4005Motion To: That the Regular Minutes 43 and the Confidential Minutes 43 for the meeting of Tuesday May 6, 2014 be Confirmed
Item #318319: Minutes 43 - May 6, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4006Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council receive this report for information.
Item #318117: 2013 YEAR END MUNICIPAL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT (MFIPPA) REPORT - SUMMARY
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4007Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Document 2 listed in this report and titled, “Compliance Audit Applications, School Boards – 2010-2014 Summary”, be replaced with the attached and revised Document 2.
Item #318063: 2014-2018 MUNICIPAL ELECTION COMPLIANCE AUDIT COMMITTEE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4008Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the establishment of the 2014-2018 Election Compliance Audit Committee, as described in this report and including: a) The Terms of Reference for the Election Compliance Audit Committee as outlined in Document 1; b) Delegating the authority to appoint the members of the Committee to the City Clerk and Solicitor, the Auditor General and the Deputy City Clerk; c) Delegating the authority to the City Clerk and Solicitor to negotiate and finalize the agreements with any local school board that wishes to appoint the City’s Election Compliance Audit Committee to serve as their Election Compliance Audit Committee; d) Waiving the City’s fees for commissioning documents for requests for compliance audits; e) Exempting the Election Compliance Audit Committee from Section 2.5 of the Appointment Policy for citizen members of City advisory committees, boards, task forces, external boards, commissions and authorities. 2
Item #318063: 2014-2018 MUNICIPAL ELECTION COMPLIANCE AUDIT COMMITTEE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4009Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve that: 1. Reduced opening hours on Advance Vote Days in certain long-term care facilities and seniors’ residences, as identified in Document 1, be either from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.; and 2. Reduced opening hours on Voting Day in certain long-term care facilities and seniors’ residences, as identified in Document 2, be either from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; and 3. Staff be directed to place the implementing by-law for all voting places with reduced opening hours for three readings on a future Council agenda
Item #317295: 2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS - REDUCED OPENING HOURS FOR CERTAIN VOTING PLACES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4010Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointment of Eric Racine to the Bank Street Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014.
Item #318428: APPOINTMENT TO THE BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4011Motion To: WHEREAS one column in Document 1 to the report on the Lansdowne Partnership Plan had certain words inadvertently transposed (e.g. it read, “City and OSEG acting reasonably” when it should have read, “Discretion of City and OSEG” and vice-versa); That Document 1 listed in this report, titled “Major Decisions under the LPP Master Limited Partnership Agreement (Unanimous Shareholder Agreement)”, be replaced with the attached Document 1.
Item #318322: LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN - REPORT ON EXERCISE OF DELEGATED AUTHORITY AND PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO EXISTING AUTHORITY FOR THE OPERATIONS PHASE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4012Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council: 1. Receive the information in the report from the City Manager outlining the delegated authority exercised to date by the City Manager, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer, under the finalized and executed Lansdowne Partnership Plan Legal Agreements; 2. Approve an amendment to the existing delegated authority to the City Manager, City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer for matters under the Lansdowne Partnership Plan, to the Lansdowne Partnership Plan Master Limited Partnership and the respective Component Limited Partnerships to represent and act for the City at the Annual General Meetings of the Master Limited Partnership and the respective Component Limited Partnerships and for providing Major Decisions on behalf of the City under each Limited Partnership, as described in this report and outlined in Document 1; 3. Approve the transfer of tools and equipment equal to the depreciated value of th
Item #318322: LANSDOWNE PARTNERSHIP PLAN - REPORT ON EXERCISE OF DELEGATED AUTHORITY AND PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO EXISTING AUTHORITY FOR THE OPERATIONS PHASE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4013Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report for information.
Item #317772: STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 23 MAY 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4014Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council receive this report on the results of the City’s investments for 2013, as required by Ontario Regulation 438/97 as amended, Section 8 (1), and the City’s Investment Policy.
Item #314966: 2013 INVESTMENT AND ENDOWMENT FUND REPORT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4015Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council receive this report.
Item #318171: 2013 REPORT ON FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4016Motion To: 1. That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive the attached report and refer it for review and discussion at the following standing committee meetings: Transportation Committee Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Planning Committee Environment Committee Community and Protective Services Committee 2. That Council receive the report once it has been reviewed by standing committees.
Item #314910: SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL Q4 2013 / Q1 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4017Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the allocation of $4 million from the City-Wide Reserve to fund the increased remediation works of the Goulbourn Recreation Complex.
Item #318310: GOULBOURN RECREATION COMPLEX REMEDIATION PROJECT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4018Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Property Tax Assistance, Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program Application submitted by Mrak Holdings Inc., owner of the property at 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1145 and 1149 Cyrville Road, for a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant not to exceed $545,100 over a maximum of 13 years, subject to the establishment of, and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement; 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Property Tax Assistance Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with Mrak Holdings Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Brownfields Property Tax Assistance and Rehabilitation Grant for the redevelopment of 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1145 and 1149 Cyrville Road, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer; 3. Resol
Item #318203: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - MRAK HOLDINGS INC. - 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1145 AND 1149 CYRVILLE ROAD
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4019Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council approve a Gross Revenue Lease Renewal Agreement for the Académie Westboro Academy (the “Lessee”) to continue to occupy the land and building located at 200 Brewer Way for a period of five (5) years, from 15 August 2014 to 14 August 2019 (the “Third Renewal term”), at a gross annual rent of $227,850 plus HST as applicable for the Third Renewal Term.
Item #316755: 200 BREWER WAY - ACAD'MIE WESTBORO ACADEMY, REVENUE LEASE RENEWAL
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
4020Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Designate Suite 2103 at 160 Elgin Street, comprising of 12,587 square feet of office space, as a Municipal Capital Facility for the purpose of general administration of the Municipality as further outlined in this report and as permitted under Section 110(6) of the Municipal Act and as defined in Ontario Regulation 603/06, as amended and that this designation be implemented by way of a Municipal Capital Facility Agreement between the City of Ottawa and 160 Elgin Portfolio Inc. and by presenting to Council a by-law for enactment, both in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Act; and 2. Authorize the Director, Real Estate Partnerships and Development Office, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor, to finalize and execute the Municipal Capital Facility Agreement.
Item #317847: DESIGNATE 12,587 SQUARE FEET ON THE 21ST FLOOR AT 160 ELGIN STREET AS A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITY
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-06-03
3765Motion To: That Recommendation 5 be amended to read as follows: 5. That the Shareholder approve that the number of Directors on the Board be set at thirteen and that OCHC proceed with recruiting a thirteenth Director for the OCHC Board of Directors consistent with Section 3.01 of By-law No. 8 and set out in Document 4 and further that the quorum requirements for the Board not increase until such time as the appointment of the thirteenth Director is approved by the Shareholder.
Item #318353: OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
City Council
2014-05-28
3766Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion.
Item #318353: OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
City Council
2014-05-28
3767Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317237: CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA ANNUAL REPORT
City Council
2014-05-28
3768Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315737: ABORIGINAL WORKING COMMITTEE UPDATE
City Council
2014-05-28
3769Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317220: ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY STATUS REPORT
City Council
2014-05-28
3770Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Approve the 2014 Update of the Air Quality Climate Change Management Plan attached as Document 1 and as outlined in this report; and 2. Direct staff to report to the appropriate Standing Committee and Council in 2015 with the proposed Action Plan, attached as Document 2, for Council’s consideration as part of the 2014-2018 Term of Council priority and budget processes. 3. Approve the replacement of revised pages 15 and 26 of Document 1 of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan.
Item #317222: UPDATE OF THE AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN
City Council
2014-05-28
3771Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318060: ZONING - 3700 JOCKVALE ROAD
City Council
2014-05-28
3772Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317784: ZONING - 2940 AND 2946 BASELINE ROAD
City Council
2014-05-28
3773Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council refuse: 1. An amendment to the Wellington Street West Secondary Plan to increase the maximum permitted height from six storeys to 12 storeys at 1445 Wellington Street West and from nine storeys to 12 storeys at 1451 Wellington Street West; and. 2. An amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 1445 and 1451 Wellington Street West, to increase the maximum height from 20 metres to 44.5 metres and provide relief from other performance standards
Item #317733: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING - 1445 AND 1451 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
City Council
2014-05-28
3774Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318416: NAMING OF STORMWATER POND - VIC WHITTAKER
City Council
2014-05-28
3775Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #318533: BURIAL OF HYDRO WIRES - FOUNDER AVENUE
City Council
2014-05-28
3776Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317765: CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - TRANSIT
City Council
2014-05-28
3777Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317771: EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY REDUCTION OF PARA TRANSPO CASH FARES
City Council
2014-05-28
3778Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317632: OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION MORTGAGE REFINANCING
City Council
2014-05-28
3779Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317180: BUILDING BETTER AND SMARTER SUBURBS: VISION AND PRINCIPLES
City Council
2014-05-28
3780Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317787: ZONING - 250 CITY CENTRE AVENUE
City Council
2014-05-28
3781Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317498: ZONING - 1079, 1123, 1161, 1213, 1291 OLD MONTREAL ROAD AND 1190 REGIONAL ROAD 174
City Council
2014-05-28
3782Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315473: ZONING - PART OF 4650 SPRATT ROAD
City Council
2014-05-28
3783Motion To: WHEREAS the Bank Street Business Improvement Area (BIA) will host a new annual Glow Fair Music Light Art event; and, WHEREAS many of the Glow Fair activities will be happening outdoors on Bank Street, including a main stage for performances; and WHEREAS the BIA have requested the closure of Bank Street, from Laurier Avenue to Gilmour Street, from 1:00 pm Friday, June 20th to 6:00am Sunday, June 22nd 2014, to increase the safety and security of the area; and, WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Special Events By-Law states that no road closures be permitted on weekdays; THEREFORE be it resolved that Council approve the road closure for Bank Street, from Laurier Avenue to Gilmour Street, from 1:00 pm Friday, June 20th to 6:00am Sunday, June 22nd 2014 for the Glow Fair Music Light Art event, providing it meets the requirements, conditions and approval of SEAT.
Item #307183: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-05-28
3784Motion To: WHEREAS the Sparks Street Business Improvement Area (BIA) hosts annual event, RIBFEST, in June; and, WHEREAS the Sparks Street RIBFEST event involves a series of vendors typically distributed within the five blocks of Sparks Street designated as the Sparks Street Mall, between Elgin and Lyon Streets; and, WHEREAS the block between Bank and Kent Streets is not available for hosting event this year due to the Bank of Canada renovations; and, WHEREAS the BIA have requested the closure of Sparks Street, from Lyon Street to Bay Street, from 1:00 pm Tuesday, June 17th to 10:00pm Sunday, June 22nd 2014, to increase the safety and security of the area; and WHEREAS traffic on this block is light because the Federal office building on the north side of this block and the privately-owned hotel building on the south side of this block are both currently vacant; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Special Events By-Law states that no road closures be permitted on weekdays; THEREFORE be it resolved that Council a
Item #307183: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-05-28
3785Motion To: WHEREAS the decline in the participation rates of Canadians engaging in healthy physical activities, along with the increase in obesity and other lifestyle-related illnesses, should be of concern to all levels of government; and WHEREAS a number of City of Ottawa departments (Ottawa Public Health, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department and others) work together on developing programming focused improving the access to physical activity for residents; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa also promotes active and healthy living through a number of specific initiatives, including: the freezing of recreation fees for three years in a row, the annual “Try It” campaign for City recreation programs, a series of “I Love to” programs to promote swimming, skating, soccer and other sports, and the Healthy Eating, Active Living Strategy (HEAL), in addition to the multitude of recreation and leisure programming that promote health, physical activity and fitness offered by the Parks, Recreation
Item #307183: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-05-28
3786Motion To: That item 2 of the final resolution of the Fleury/Taylor motion be amended to add the Kanata Leisure Centre, so as to read: 2. That free public swimming be offered during one of the existing June 7th sessions during available hours at the Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex Orléans, the Canterbury Recreation Complex, the Lowertown Pool, the Pinecrest Recreation Complex, the Richcraft Recreation Complex and the Kanata Leisure Centre.
Item #307183: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-05-28
3787Motion To: WHEREAS Development Charges By-laws are developed in accordance within the context of strict provincial guidelines, and these guidelines include that Development Charge By-laws last for five years; and WHEREAS the current Development Charges By-laws were enacted on June 24, 2009, meaning that the City needs to have the new Development Charges By-laws final and in place by June 23, 2014; and WHEREAS City Council understands that Development Charges By-laws are one of the few matters that have inflexible “drop dead” legislative dates attached to them, and that it is the Development Charges By-laws themselves that must be approved and simple approving motions supported by the Confirmation By-law will not suffice; and WHEREAS the Development Charges By-laws are complex and include complex calculations, any modifications made by Committee and/or Council may require amendments to calculations that need some time to be revised in the By-laws; and WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study an
Item #307183: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-05-28
3708Motion To:
Item #318355: Minutes 74, of the Planning Committee meeting of Tuesday, 13 May 2014
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3709Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 de manière à réviser le zonage du 12, avenue Stirling, de Zone polyvalente générale, exception 2093 (GM[2093]), en modifiant l’exception 2093 afin de permettre l’aménagement d’un immeuble polyvalent de 17 étages et de quatre maisons en rangée, et de permettre la réutilisation adaptée d’une ancienne école, tel qu’exposé en détail dans le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to revise the zoning of 12 Stirling Avenue, from General Mixed Use Zone, Exception 2093 (GM[2093]) by amending Exception 2093 to permit a 17-storey mixed-use building along with four townhouses and the adaptive reuse of a former school, as detailed in Document 2.
Item #318356: ZONING - 12 STIRLING AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3710Motion To:
Item #317796: APPLICATION TO ALTER 60 BLENHEIM DRIVE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3711Motion To:
Item #317841: APPLICATION TO ALTER 140 HOWICK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3712Motion To:
Item #317853: APPLICATION TO ALTER 300 ACACIA AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3713Motion To:
Item #317738: BUILDING BY-LAW 2005-303 - UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3714Motion To: Moved by Councillor S. Qadri or J. Harder WHEREAS Report ACS2014-ICS-PGM-0125 recommends the passage of a new Site Plan Control By-law for the City of Ottawa, a draft copy of which is attached as Document 1 to the staff report; AND WHEREAS further additions to the draft by-law are necessary for the purposes of clarification to an exemption from Site Plan Control, and to include a section for the institution of liens; BE IT RESOLVED that the following changes be made to Document 1 – Draft Site Plan Control By-law of the staff report: 1. Add the words “residential-use” to section 5(3)(a) such that it now reads: “The number of dwelling units or rooming units in a residential-use building is decreased” 2. Add as a new section 10 entitled “LIENS” consisting of the following: LIENS 10. (1) When Council causes any work to be done pursuant to any approval provided for in this by-law, the City shall have a lien for any amount expended by or on behalf of the City and for an administrative f
Item #318246: SITE PLAN CONTROL BY-LAW - UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3715Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318246: SITE PLAN CONTROL BY-LAW - UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3716Motion To:
Item #318242: ZONING - PARTS OF 370, 404, 410 AND 450 HUNTMAR DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3717Motion To: Moved by Councillor Hubley WHEREAS the community has many concerns over the impact of the proposals for 1131 Teron Road on the existing community; and WHEREAS the property owner has met with Bill Teron, the founder of Kanata North, who has made an offer to do a design proposal at his expense to show how a development on that site can be done which will provide a good return to the owner while fitting into the Garden City concept on which Beaverbrook is based; and WHEREAS Bill Teron was unable to do that in time for this meeting but has indicated he will be able to do this prior to the next Planning Committee; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the report on Zoning for 1131 Teron Road be deferred to the Planning Committee Meeting on June 10, 2014.
Item #318206: ZONING - 1131 TERON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3718Motion To:
Item #317867: ZONING - 2235 ROBERTSON ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3719Motion To:
Item #318000: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING - 1117 LONGFIELDS DRIVE AND 1034 MCGARRY TERRACE
Planning Committee
2014-05-27
3816Motion To:
Item #317881: Minutes 48 - 16 April 2014
Transit Commission
2014-05-21
3817Motion To: That the Transit Commission approve the addition of this item for consideration by the committee at today’s meeting, pursuant to section 84(3) of the procedure by-law.
Item #317875: OTC 01-14 - Evaluation of Transit Service Levels
Transit Commission
2014-05-21
3818Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la cessation des projets d’immobilisation énumérés dans le document 1; 2. d’approuver les ajustements budgétaires décrits dans le document 2; 3. d’approuver les ajustements au financement suivants, découlant de la cessation de projets et d’ajustements budgétaires : a. réserve pour le transport en commun - retour de fonds de 1,760 million de dollars, b. redevances d’aménagement – retour de fonds de 1,288 million de dollars, c. autorisation d’emprunt – élimination de 1,759 millions de dollars; 4. de permettre que, les projets mentionnés dans le Document 3 qui se qualifient pour une cessation, restent ouverts; 5. de prendre connaissance des ajustements budgétaires décrits dans le document 4, apportés aux termes du Règlement municipal 2013-71 sur la délégation de pouvoirs, modifié, et ayant trait aux travaux d’immobilisation. That the Transit Commission recommend Council: 1. Autho
Item #317764: CAPITAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CLOSING OF PROJECTS - TRANSIT
Transit Commission
2014-05-21
3819Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun et le Conseil municipal approuvent : 1. que les tarifs payés en espèces à Para Transpo soient temporairement réduits afin qu’ils soient identiques à ceux du portefeuille électronique Presto pour le service régulier d’OC Transpo, conformément au Document 1; 2. que les tarifs en espèces payés à Para Transpo et décrits au Document 2 soient ajoutés au barème des tarifs qui a été approuvé dans le budget de 2014, jusqu’au 30 juin, 2015; 3. que la réduction des recettes imputables à cette réduction des tarifs soit financée par une réduction de 75 000 $ du budget d’immobilisations pour le projet de carte à puce Presto et par un transfert de ce montant au fonds de réserve pour le transport en commun permettant de compenser tout déficit résultant de la réduction des recettes. That the Transit Commission recommend Council approve: 1. That the cash fares for Para Transpo service be temporarily reduced so that they are the same as
Item #317770: EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY REDUCTION OF PARA TRANSPO CASH FARES
Transit Commission
2014-05-21
5303Motion To:
Item #318197: Minutes 31 - April 24, 2014
Environment Committee
2014-05-20
5304Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317219: ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY STATUS REPORT
Environment Committee
2014-05-20
5305Motion To: WHEREAS staff has identified two technical corrections that are required to Document 1 of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan, pertaining to reduction of emissions due to Light Rail. AND WHEREAS a change is required to page 15 of Document 1 o as noted below; • commenced construction of the 12.5 km Confederation Line light rail system that is projected to reduce GHG emissions by 94kt/year by 2031; and WHEREAS a change is required to page 26 of Document 1 as noted below: “With its ridership increases and corresponding reduction of vehicles on the road, the implementation of the light rail project is expected to reduce emissions by approximately 94,000 tonnes per year by 2031”; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Environment Committee approve the replacement of revised pages 15 and 26 of Document 1 of the Air Quality and Climate Change Management Plan.
Item #317221: UPDATE OF THE AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN
Environment Committee
2014-05-20
5306Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317929: REPORT ON THE USE OF DELEGATED AUTHORITY DURING 2013 BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT, AS SET OUT IN SCHEDULE 'B' CITY OPERATIONS PORTFOLIO OF BY-LAW 2013-71.
Environment Committee
2014-05-20
5307Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318119: BRITANNIA VILLAGE OTTAWA RIVER FLOOD CONTROL - OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COSTS
Environment Committee
2014-05-20
4125Motion To:
Item #318095: Minutes 32 - April 17, 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-05-15
4126Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317236: CRIME PREVENTION OTTAWA ANNUAL REPORT
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-05-15
4127Motion To:
Item #317631: OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION MORTGAGE REFINANCING
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-05-15
4128Motion To:
Item #313751: OTTAWA PARAMEDIC SERVICE - 2013 ANNUAL REPORT
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-05-15
4129Motion To:
Item #318080: UPDATE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE 2014 CHILD CARE SERVICE PLAN
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-05-15
3594Motion To:
Item #317179: BUILDING BETTER AND SMARTER SUBURBS - VISION AND PRINCIPLES
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3595Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à changer le zonage d’une partie de la propriété située au 3700, chemin Jockvale de Zone de parc et d’espace vert, sous-zone A (O1A) à Zone résidentielle de densité 3, sous-zone Z, assortie d'une exception [XXXX] (R3Z[XXXX]), comme il est expliqué en détail dans le document 1 et indiqué dans le document 2 That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of a portion of 3700 Jockvale Road from Parks and Open Space, Subzone A (O1A) to Residential Third Density, Subzone Z, Exception [XXXX] (R3Z[XXXX]), as detailed in Document 1 and as shown in Document 2.
Item #318059: ZONING - 3700 JOCKVALE ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3596Motion To:
Item #317786: ZONING - 250 CITY CENTRE AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3597Motion To: That this item be deferred.
Item #317744: ZONING - 12 STIRLING AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3598Motion To:
Item #317497: ZONING - 1079, 1123, 1161, 1213 AND 1291 OLD MONTREAL ROAD AND 1190 REGIONAL ROAD 174
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3599Motion To:
Item #315472: ZONING - PART OF 4650 SPRATT ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3600Motion To: Whereas the 2009 Development Charges By-law provided for the imposition of development charges for the growth-related capital costs for affordable housing and child care; And Whereas the draft 2014 Development Charge Background Study does not currently provide for the imposition of development charges for affordable housing and child care; And Whereas the City Clerk and Solicitor has provided an opinion to the effect that the City may impose such development charges where the growth-related capital costs are incurred by a third party authorized by the City; And Whereas a supplemental development charge background study will be required to impose these development charges for these two areas with additional preliminary work being required with respect to child care; Therefore Be It Resolved That Planning Committee recommend to Council that: 1. Staff be directed to prepare a supplemental development charge background study for affordable housing to be submitted to Planning Committee at the earlie
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3601Motion To: That the Planning Committee approve the subsititution of the attached revised recommendation pages for Report No. ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0111, “Development Charges Background Study and By-laws” and that this report be received and considered, as amended by the foregoing.
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3602Motion To: Whereas the growth-related capital costs for which the City of Ottawa imposes development charges include costs related to the servicing of debt; And Whereas, once debt is issued, the principal amount of debt is not subject to increases; And Whereas it is therefore appropriate that the indexation for development charges not include indexing on the principal amount of debt outstanding; Therefore Be It Resolved that Planning Committee recommend to Council that the draft By-law attached as Appendix H to the Background Study be modified by the addition of the following subsection to section 18: (3) The indexing pursuant to this section shall be calculated on the basis that the payments towards the principal component of any growth-related debt for which the City is or will be liable during the enactment of this by-law are not subject to the annual indexation. Be It Further Resolved that Planning Committee recommend to Council that, pursuant to the Development Charges Act, subsection 12(3) it be det
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3603Motion To: WHEREAS the Development Charges Background Study and the Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study for Individual Storm Water Management Ponds and Drainage Systems were released to the public on April 28, 2014; AND WHEREAS continued discussion and negotiation has taken place between staff, the Sponsors Group, and the Industry Working Group; AND WHEREAS errors have been identified that require technical amendments to correct; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning Committee recommend that City Council approve: 1. That Recommendation 1 be amended to read as follows: The City of Ottawa Development Charges Background Study dated April 28, 2014 and the City of Ottawa Area-Specific Background Study for Individual Stormwater Management Ponds and Drainage Systems dated April 28, 2014, as amended by Addendum dated May 12, 2014. 2. That the draft by-law attached as Appendix H to the Background Study be revised in accordance with the following: a) A definition of “non-industrial use” be introd
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3604Motion To: That staff provide a memo prior to Council’s consideration of the development outlining options by which the following aspects in respect of the Monahan Drain can be financed other than by the area specific development charge’ 1) Stormwater development charges that had been anticipated to be collected in respect of land acquired as the Bridlewood Core Park; 2) Costs of the Hope expropriation; and 3) Costs related to silt removal.
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3605Motion To: Whereas the economy continues to be less than robust and highly competitive between municipalities for attracting employment, the financial incentives for the office sector play a significant role. With government downsizing and Ottawa's desire to broaden it's private sector employment base, these incentives will assist in the realization of that goal as these incentives benefit the building occupants in lowering their rental costs Therefore be it resolved that the office asset class be reduced to 81 per cent of the non-residential rate.
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3606Motion To: BIRT exemption in recommendation 3K be deleted
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
3607Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318096: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BACKGROUND STUDY AND BY-LAWS
Planning Committee
2014-05-13
4897Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317795: APPLICATION TO ALTER 60 BLENHEIM DRIVE A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-05-08
4898Motion To: That the BHSC accept the staff recommendations with the exception of 1 a, b and d.
Item #317840: APPLICATION TO ALTER 140 HOWICK STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-05-08
4899Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317852: APPLICATION TO ALTER 300 ACACIA AVENUE, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-05-08
4900Motion To:
Item #313795: NOTICES OF MOTIONS (FOR CONSIDERATION AT A SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-05-08
3675Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #318099: SCHOOL BUS TRAFFIC CAMERA - PILOT UPDATE
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3676Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314705: PARKING SERVICES 2013 ANNUAL REPORT
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3677Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314705: PARKING SERVICES 2013 ANNUAL REPORT
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3678Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317804: BUY-OUT OF LEASED LOADERS
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3679Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317804: BUY-OUT OF LEASED LOADERS
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3680Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317956: CAMBRIAN ROAD WIDENING (RE-ALIGNED GREENBANK ROAD TO JOCKVALE ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3681Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317956: CAMBRIAN ROAD WIDENING (RE-ALIGNED GREENBANK ROAD TO JOCKVALE ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3682Motion To: Que le Comité des transports approuve l’énoncé des travaux de l’étude d’évaluation environnementale portant sur l’élargissement proposé de la promenade de l’Aéroport (du sud du chemin Brookfield à l’aéroport international Macdonald-Cartier d’Ottawa) et sur l’élargissement proposé du chemin Lester (de la promenade de l’Aéroport à la rue Bank), tel qu’exposé en détail dans le document 1. That the Transportation Committee approve the Statement of Work for the proposed Airport Parkway widening (south of Brookfield Road to Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport) and the proposed Lester Road widening (Airport Parkway to Bank Street) Environmental Assessment Study, as detailed in Document 1.
Item #317163: AIRPORT PARKWAY WIDENING (BROOKFIELD AVENUE TO OTTAWA MACDONALD-CARTIER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT) AND LESTER ROAD WIDENING (AIRPORT PARKWAY TO BANK STREET) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3683Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317825: FUNDING FOR A ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD NORTH ROAD DIET FEASIBILITY ASSESSMENT
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3684Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Transportation Committee ask the Chair of the Transit Commission to request that OC Transpo staff be asked to present the results of their on-going review all the suggestions for bus reductions along the Scott/Albert Detour route with the express goal of refining the routes to reduce bus numbers based on service demand as part of the Community Open Houses for the final detour design in June; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transportation Committee recommend that Council approve the following supplementary measures to improve pedestrian and cycling safety along the Albert/Scott Street detour: 1. That the Rideau Transit Group be instructed to include a multi-use pathway along the south side of Albert between Bayview and the O-Train within the existing budget, and inform FEDCO and Council if there are any technical or financial reasons that would stop this from happening; and 2. That staff be directed to remove the bus lanes that are being used for the detour imme
Item #318091: WEST TRANSITWAY DETOUR PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLIST SAFETY REVIEW
Transportation Committee
2014-05-07
3663Motion To: That Minutes 42 of themeeting of 1 April 2014 be confirmed.
Item #317835: Minutes 42 - 1 April 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3664Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information.
Item #317909: COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1ST TO MARCH 31ST, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3665Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council receive this report for information.
Item #313290: 2014 OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET Q1 STATUS REPORT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3666Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information.
Item #314788: 2013 - PURCHASING YEAR IN REVIEW
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3667Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve The Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards – Business Feasibility study as set out in Document 1; 2. Approve the Contribution Agreement between the City of Ottawa and the Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards to disburse the $15-million contribution committed to the project by the Province of Ontario, currently held by the City of Ottawa, as outlined in Document 5 and as further outlined in this report, and delegate authority to the City Manager in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor to finalize and execute the Agreement on behalf of the City; 3. Approve the Land Lease between the City of Ottawa and the Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards for a 99-year lease term at one dollar per year in a form similar to that attached as Document 8 and as further outlined in this report, and delegate authority to the City Manager in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor to conclude and to execute the Agreement
Item #317469: INNOVATION CENTRE IMPLEMENTATION - BUSINESS FEASIBILITY STUDY, FUNDING AGREEMENT AND LAND LEASE AGREEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3668Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Property Tax Assistance, Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program Application submitted by 7947062 Canada Inc., owner of the property at 460 St. Laurent Boulevard, for a Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant not to exceed $1,530,113 over a maximum of five years, subject to the establishment of, and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant Agreement; 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Tax Assistance Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with 7947062 Canada Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Brownfields Property Tax Assistance and Rehabilitation Grant for the redevelopment of 460 St. Laurent Boulevard, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management Department, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer; and 3. Resolve to exempt the propo
Item #317249: BROWNFIELDS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE, REHABILITATION GRANT AND DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - 7947062 CANADA INC. - 460 ST. LAURENT BOULEVARD
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3669Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the following changes to the previously approved sale of 2720 Richmond Road with the Centre Multiservices Francophone De L’Ouest (CMFO) and to execute an amended agreement of Purchase and Sale containing the amendments as approved in this report: a. Provide the CMFO with a one year option to purchase parcel B as shown on Document 1 attached, containing an area of 0.87 ha (2.14 acres) from the date of closing of the sale of Parcel A; b. Include an option for the City to repurchase parcel B for $2,000,000 should the CMFO not proceed with development of parcel B as outlined in a business plan to be submitted to the City no later than three months prior to the closing date of Parcel B; c. Require the CMFO to provide unrestricted access over Parcel A, at no cost to the City, by way of an easement shown as Parcel D on Document 1 for any and all rights necessary for ingress and egress to service, maintain, and or
Item #317230: AMENDMENT TO THE AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE FOR 2720 RICHMOND ROAD FORMER GRANT ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3670Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa Housing Services Branch has identified an interest in pursuing the property that is the subject of this report with the goal of redeveloping the site for affordable supportive housing; and WHEREAS the current deadline imposed for a decision on this matter and the structure of the right of first offer agreement preclude consideration of Housing Services’ interest; and WHEREAS staff have advised that it is in the City’s best interest to ask for an extension of the deadline so that City would have time to have the fair market value of the property determined by two qualified appraisers (as required under the City’s Real Property Acquisition Policy) and Parkway House would have time to obtain an updated appraisal by a qualified appraiser, if it wishes, in order for the City to properly consider whether to buy the property and to allow for discussions between City staff and Parkway House representatives to see if an agreement could be reached on the price for the pro
Item #318097: OFFER TO PURCHASE PARKWAY HOUSE, 2475 REGINA STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3671Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #318097: OFFER TO PURCHASE PARKWAY HOUSE, 2475 REGINA STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3672Motion To: Refer the subject report to the Planning and Growth Managment Department to receive information on 1445 and 1451 Wellington Street West and to conduct a policy based review.
Item #317988: BROWNFIELD REHABILITATION OF 1445 AND 1451 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3673Motion To: That the item be WITHDRAWN
Item #317988: BROWNFIELD REHABILITATION OF 1445 AND 1451 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3674Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council direct staff to investigate the feasibility of a potential public-private partnership for the planned recreational complex in Southeast Ottawa (Riverside South and Leitrim area) and report back to the appropriate Standing Committee by the end of Q2, 2015.
Item #317992: FEASIBILITY REPORT ON POTENTIAL PUBLIC-PRIVATE-PARTNERSHIP FOR PLANNED RECREATIONAL COMPLEX IN SOUTHEAST OTTAWA
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-05-06
3793Motion To:
Item #317816: Minutes 25 - 24 February 2014
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-04-28
3794Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #316747: ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT (MAXIMO) UPDATE
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-04-28
3795Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317629: PANORAMA PROGRAM UPDATE
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-04-28
3579Motion To:
Item #317937: Minutes 30 - March 24, 2014
Environment Committee
2014-04-24
3580Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317702: STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 4 APRIL 2014
Environment Committee
2014-04-24
3581Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317706: GENERAL ACCOUNTS - WRITE-OFFS 2013
Environment Committee
2014-04-24
3582Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317689: MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS - 2013 SUMMARY REPORTS
Environment Committee
2014-04-24
3583Motion To: Que le Comité de l’environnement recommande au Conseil : 1. de recevoir à titre informatif la stratégie de gestion et d’investissement énergétique 2015-2019 qui comprend le premier Plan de conservation de l’énergie et de gestion de la demande de la Ville, tel que prescrit par la Loi sur l’énergie verte (document 1 ci-joint); et 2. de demander au personnel de faire rapport au comité permanent concerné et au Conseil en 2015 en ce qui concerne l’analyse de rentabilisation et le plan d’investissement pour appuyer la mise en œuvre de la stratégie de gestion et d’investissement énergétique et du Plan de conservation to l’énergie et de gestion de la demande afin qu’ils puissent être pris en considération dans le cadre du processus d’établissement des priorités et du processus budgétaire du mandat du Conseil de 2014-2018. That the Environment Committee recommend Council: 1. Receive for information the 2015-2019 Energy Management and Investment Strategy that includ
Item #317691: ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND INVESTMENT STRATEGY
Environment Committee
2014-04-24
3584Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317704: GREEN BUILDING POLICY - 2013 STATUS UPDATE
Environment Committee
2014-04-24
5236Motion To:
Item #317890: The Minutes of the regular meeting of 9 April 2014 were confirmed.
City Council
2014-04-23
5237Motion To: That Council receive this report for information.
Item #317788: STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 17 APRIL 2014
City Council
2014-04-23
5238Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council receive this report for information.
Item #317936: PLANNING AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT TERM OF COUNCIL WORKPLAN 2014 UPDATE AND 2013 DELEGATED AUTHORITY REPORT
City Council
2014-04-23
5239Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION Council approve the proposal to name the new park at 226 Leamington Way, “Foot Guards Park”.
Item #317334: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - FOOT GUARDS PARK
City Council
2014-04-23
5240Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS That Council: 1. Authorize the City to enter into a Front-Ending Agreement with Mattamy (Fairwinds) Limited to enable the design and construction of the Fairwinds North Phase 3 Park in the Fairwinds North Community and the Fairwinds West/Tartan Pool Creek Village Park in the Fairwinds West Community, in accordance with the Council approved Park and Trail Front-Ending Policy in Document 1 and the Front-Ending Agreement framework set out in Documents 2, 3 and 4 to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Infrastructure, and the City Clerk and Solicitor; 2. Authorize the City to enter into a Front Ending Agreement with Minto Communities Inc. to enable the design and construction of the Arcadia Park in the Arcadia Stage 2 Community, in accordance with the Council approved Park and Trail Front-Ending Policy in Document 1 and the Front Ending Agreement framework set out in Documents 2 , 3 and 4 to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Inf
Item #316556: FRONT ENDING AGREEMENTS FOR: MATTAMY FAIRWINDS NORTH PHASE 3 PARK; MATTAMY FAIRWINDS WEST / TARTAN POOLE CREEK VILLAGE PARK; AND MINTO ARCADIA STAGE 2 PARK
City Council
2014-04-23
5241Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve the 2013 Annual Report pursuant to the Building Code Act.
Item #314359: 2013 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO THE BUILDING CODE ACT
City Council
2014-04-23
5242Motion To: Commission recommendation That Council adopt the proposed amendment to the Transit By-law (2007-268, as amended) regarding the operation of transit vehicles at railway crossings on the Transitway, as set specifically in Document 1.
Item #317729: AMENDMENT TO TRANSIT BY-LAW (BY-LAW 2007-268)
City Council
2014-04-23
5243Motion To: Commission recommendation That Council receive this report for information.
Item #314791: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 2013 TO DECEMBER 31, 2013 FOR TRANSIT SERVICES
City Council
2014-04-23
5244Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #306995: That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
City Council
2014-04-23
5245Motion To: WHEREAS Canadian demographics indicate that seniors are one of the fastest growing population groups in our communities with nationwide projections that by 2036, their numbers will represent 24.5% or 9.8 million citizens; and WHEREAS according to the 2006 census from Statistics Canada, over 100,000 seniors (aged 65 and over) reside in the City of Ottawa and it is expected that by the year 2031, the number will grow to approximately 250,000 seniors, making up 22% of the total Ottawa population; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has benefited from the many tireless hours of volunteer work and leadership generously donated by local senior citizens; and WHEREAS senior citizens have helped to build our communities through active living, shared knowledge, and a diversity of experiences; and WHEREAS the month of June is recognized by the Province of Ontario as Seniors’ Month; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council declare June 2014, to be Seniors’ Month in the City of Ottawa.
Item #306999: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-04-23
3532Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil : 1. D’approuver la demande, sous réserve de l’approbation par le Comité de dérogation de certaines dérogations mineures, conformément aux plans présentés par la firme Vert Plan Design Incorporated le 9 février 2014; 2. De déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications de conception mineures; 3. De délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une durée de validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 15 mai 2014.) (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 Planning Committee recommend that Council: 1. Approve the appl
Item #317176: APPLICATION TO CONSTRUCT AN ADDITION AT 205 CRICHTON STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3533Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #312256: TREASURER'S STATEMENT ON DEVELOPMENT CHARGES RESERVE FUNDS FOR 2013
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3534Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317850: STATUS UPDATE - PLANNING COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 15 APRIL 2014
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3535Motion To:
Item #317495: MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON FUNDING FOR THE 2014 EMPLOYMENT LAND REVIEW
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3536Motion To:
Item #317592: MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING - MILLENNIUM PARK
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3537Motion To:
Item #317029: ZONING - 120 PRESTIGE CIRCLE
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3538Motion To:
Item #315465: ZONING - 2575 INNES ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3539Motion To:
Item #317451: 4310 FALLOWFIELD ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3540Motion To: Que le Comité de l'urbanisme recommande au Conseil d'approuver une modification au Règlement 2008-250 sur le zonage visant à faire passer le zonage de la propriété située au 9, promenade Leeming, de Zone de petites institutions, sous-zone A, hauteur de bâtiment maximale de 15 mètres (I1A H(15), à Zone résidentielle de densité deux, sous-zone M, exception xxxx (R2M[xxxx]), et Zone résidentielle de densité trois, sous-zone O, exception xxxx (R3O[xxxx]), et Zone d'installations de loisirs communautaires, sous-zone 1 (L1), comme l'illustre le document 1 et le précise le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 9 Leeming Drive from Minor Institutional Zone, Subzone A, height limit 15 metres (I1A H(15)), to Residential Second Density Zone, Subzone M, Exception xxxx (R2M[xxxx]), and Residential Third Density Zone, Subzone O, Exception xxxx (R3O[xxxx]), and Community Leisure Zone, Subzone 1 (L1) as shown o
Item #317187: ZONING - 9 LEEMING DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3541Motion To: Moved by Councillor T. Tierney on behalf of Councillor M. Fleury WHEREAS the policies of the Official Plan place significant emphasis on the importance on the architectural design of buildings; AND WHEREAS in achieving this design objective, buildings such as the proposed residence, can benefit from comments provided through the City’s urban design review process; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the proposed building at 45 Mann Avenue be required to be submitted to the Urban Design Review Panel prior to site plan approval being given.
Item #317493: ZONING - 45 MANN AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3542Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #317493: ZONING - 45 MANN AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3543Motion To:
Item #317499: ZONING - 330 SUSSEX DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-04-22
3544Motion To:
Item #317599: Minutes 31 - February 20, 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-04-17
3545Motion To:
Item #317794: CC - 17 - 13 - Accessibility Issues When Renovating City Recreation Facilities
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-04-17
3546Motion To:
Item #317487: STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 10 APRIL 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-04-17
3547Motion To:
Item #317333: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - FOOT GUARDS PARK
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-04-17
3548Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317076: YOUTH SUMMIT ACTION PLAN UPDATE
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-04-17
3638Motion To: That Transit Commission receive this report for information.
Item #317752: OC TRANSPO OPERATIONS AT RAILWAY LEVEL CROSSINGS
Transit Commission
2014-04-16
3639Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317728: AMENDMENT TO TRANSIT BY-LAW (BY-LAW 2007-268)
Transit Commission
2014-04-16
3640Motion To: Que la Commission du transport en commun reçoive ce rapport sur l'amélioration des mesures de sécurité au Transitway Sud-Ouest à titre informatif. That Transit Commission receive this report on enhanced safety measures on the Southwest Transitway for information.
Item #317773: ENHANCED SAFETY MEASURES TO SOUTHWEST TRANSITWAY
Transit Commission
2014-04-16
3641Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317609: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 4 APRIL 2014
Transit Commission
2014-04-16
3642Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #312200: GENERAL ACCOUNTS - WRITE-OFFS 2013
Transit Commission
2014-04-16
3643Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314790: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 2013 TO DECEMBER 31, 2013 FOR TRANSIT SERVICES
Transit Commission
2014-04-16
3458Motion To:
Item #316670: CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Transportation Committee
2014-04-10
3459Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317203: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 28 MARCH 2014
Transportation Committee
2014-04-10
3460Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317141: CHAPMAN MILLS EXTENSION (LONGFIELDS DRIVE TO STRANDHERD DRIVE) AND BUS RAPID TRANSIT (GREENBANK ROAD TO CEDARVIEW ROAD) ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Transportation Committee
2014-04-10
3461Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver l’installation d’une flèche de virage à gauche précyclique afin de permettre le virage à gauche sur le chemin Island Lodge en provenance de la rue St-Patrick en direction est, les fonds devant provenir du Programme de renouvellement du cycle de vie 2014 – Feux de signalisation. That the Transportation Committee recommend to Council that an advanced left turn arrow be installed to provide a protected/permissive left turn from St. Patrick Street eastbound to Island Lodge Road, with funds to come from the 2014 Lifecycle Renewal – Traffic Control Signal Program.
Item #317492: ADVANCE LEFT TURN ARROW AT ST. PATRICK'S STREET EASTBOUND AND ISLAND LODGE ROAD
Transportation Committee
2014-04-10
3462Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #316710:
Transportation Committee
2014-04-10
3463Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #316710: NOTICES OF MOTIONS (FOR CONSIDERATION AT A SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Transportation Committee
2014-04-10
4895Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317338: BEAVERBROOK COMMUNITY HERITAGE STUDY LAUNCH
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-04-10
4896Motion 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, sous réserve de l’approbation par le Comité de dérogation de certaines dérogations mineures, conformément aux plans présentés par la firme Vert Plan Design Incorporated le 9 février 2014; 2. De déléguer au directeur général d’Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications de conception mineures; 3. De délivrer un permis en matière de patrimoine d’une durée de validité de deux ans à partir de la date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 15 mai 2014.) (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 th
Item #317175: APPLICATION TO CONSTRUCT AN ADDITION TO 205 CRICHTON STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-04-10
5200Motion To: WHEREAS Recommendation 1 of this report currently recommends that the zoning of 7149 McCordick Road be amended from Agriculture Subzone 3 (AGS) to Agriculture Subzone 5 (AG5) and to Agriculture, Subzone 3, Rural Exception [xxxx] (AG3 [xxxx]) ; AND WHEREAS Staff has recognized that there was an error in this recommendation and that Area 1 of the subject property is to be rezoned to Agriculture Subzone 8 (AG8) as shown in Document 1 and detailed in Document 2 and not Agriculture, Subzone 5 (AG5) ; BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED THAT Recommendation 1 of this report read as follows: That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 7149 McCordick Road from Agriculture, Subzone 3 (AG3) to Agriculture, Subzone 8 (AG8), and to Agricultural, Subzone 3 , Rural Exception [xxxx] (AG3 [xxxx]), as shown in Document 1 and detailed in Document 2. AND BE IT RESOLVED that no further notice be given under subsection 34(17) of the Planning Act.
Item #315860: ZONING - 7149 MCCORDICK ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5201Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315860: ZONING - 7149 MCCORDICK ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5202Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316465: ZONING - 6182 BANK STREET
City Council
2014-04-09
5203Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317152: ZONING - 5650 MITCH OWENS ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5204Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314958: REPORT ON BUDGET EXPENSES PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 284/09
City Council
2014-04-09
5205Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315869: 2014 TAX RATIOS AND OTHER TAX POLICIES
City Council
2014-04-09
5206Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316779: CORPORATE BUSINESS CASE APPROACH
City Council
2014-04-09
5207Motion To: WHEREAS the French recommendations contained in the above-noted staff report as presented to Planning Committee, was incorrect and did not match the English recommendations; and, WHEREAS the English version of the recommendations contained in said report was correct; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE French recommendations be corrected to accurately reflect the wording contained in the English recommendations, as follows: Que le Conseil approuve : 1. De faire passer le zonage de la propriété située au 2148, avenue Carling, de Zone résidentielle de densité 3, sous-zone C (R3C), à Zone d’artère principale (AM), désignée comme secteur A dans le document 1 et comme le précise le document 2, afin de permettre la construction d’un immeuble commercial; et 2. De faire passer le zonage de la propriété située au 830, avenue Aaron, de Zone résidentielle de densité 1, sous-zone O (R1O), à Zone d’artère principale (AM), dotée d’une annexe, désignée comme secteur B dans le documen
Item #315681: ZONING - 2148 CARLING AVENUE AND 830 AARON AVENUE
City Council
2014-04-09
5208Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315681: ZONING - 2148 CARLING AVENUE AND 830 AARON AVENUE
City Council
2014-04-09
5209Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316522: PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - SIGNS ON WINDOWS
City Council
2014-04-09
5210Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315850: ZONING - 4544 TORBOLTON RIDGE ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5211Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315852: ZONING - 4029 VIEWBANK ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5212Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315854: ZONING - 4093 PRINCE OF WALES DRIVE
City Council
2014-04-09
5213Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315856: ZONING - 3625 4TH LINE (DALMAC) ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5214Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315858: ZONING - 3022 TRIM ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5215Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316437: ZONING - 3996 AND 4010 2ND LINE (GORDON MURDOCK) ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5216Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317276: QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE REPORT TO COUNCIL, Q3: JULY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
City Council
2014-04-09
5217Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317332: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - NELSON MANDELA SQUARE
City Council
2014-04-09
5218Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317342: APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-04-09
5219Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317345: APPOINTMENTS TO THE SPARKS STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD AND TO THE SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-04-09
5220Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317446: REPORT ON BILL 69 - PROMPT PAYMENT ACT, 2013
City Council
2014-04-09
5221Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317753: 2013 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-04-09
5222Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316372: 2014 CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN (COMAP) UPDATE REPORT
City Council
2014-04-09
5223Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317449: NON-VIABLE VACANT LAND FRONTING RAINBOW STREET AND KNOWN MUNICIPALLY AS 849 SHEFFORD ROAD - WAIVER OF FORMER OWNER'S RIGHT TO PURCHASE
City Council
2014-04-09
5224Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317726: APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH BRADLEY'S GENERAL STORE, 1518 STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2014-04-09
5225Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315692: APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH AND TO CONSTRUCT A NEW STRUCTURE AT 7 CLARENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2014-04-09
5226Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316375: ADDITION OF 30 ORIOLE DRIVE TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
City Council
2014-04-09
5227Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316459: APPLICATION TO ALTER 269 MCLEOD STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-04-09
5228Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315432: ZONING - PART OF 6429 RENAUD ROAD
City Council
2014-04-09
5229Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316718: ZONING - 5315 ABBOTT STREET (FORMERLY KNOWN AS PART OF 5618 HAZELDEAN ROAD)
City Council
2014-04-09
5230Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317727: POOL ENCLOSURE BY-LAW 2013-39 - TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-04-09
5231Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317154: CITY OF OTTAWA ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE CONTROL GUIDELINES: REVIEW OF REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND CURRENT PRACTICES
City Council
2014-04-09
5232Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317216: 2014 PATIO FEE REDUCTION - PILOT PROJECT
City Council
2014-04-09
5233Motion To: WHEREAS, on July 11, 2001, City Council approved the creation of special reserve funds for those former municipalities who had reserve funds in excess of the average of all the former municipalities and that the use these special reserve funds be limited to funding only community-related projects in those former municipalities; and WHEREAS on September 26, 2001, City Council approved the following guidelines for these community-related projects: 1. Any project must be consistent with the overall mandate of the City; 2. Projects should provide benefit to the entire former municipality or be divided into multiple projects so that reasonably equal benefits are realized across the former municipal area; 3. The projects should be community-focused projects and may include projects that cannot be accommodated within the funding capabilities of the City’s capital budget in the timeframe desired by the community; 4. The projects should not result in inordinate on-going operating costs that need to be
Item #306935: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-04-09
5234Motion To: WHEREAS Council approved the provision of Tax assistance, Rehabilitation grant, and Development Charge Relief for the property at 345-357 Booth St, pursuant to the Brownfields Assistance Program, on February 13, 2013; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Council policy, such assistance ceases if any portion of the subject property is sold; and WHEREAS there is a pending development proposal for 20 townhouse units fronting on Booth St at the site; and WHEREAS a third party wishes to purchase the property and proceed with the proposed development; and WHEREAS the development of this site will bring additional taxable assessment to the City; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. Subject to recommendation 2, 345-357 Booth St will continue to be eligible for the Tax Assistance/Rehabilitation Grant/Development Charge components of the Brownfields Program approved on February 13, 2013 in FEDCO Report 28A, Bulk Consent Agenda Item G, notwithstanding that Lots 28 and 29 on Plan 2545 have been conveyed to another person
Item #306935: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-04-09
5235Motion To: WHEREAS on January 24, 2014 the Government of Ontario announced a new grant-based provincial initiative called the Healthy Kids Community Challenge; and WHEREAS the Healthy Kids Community Challenge has been designed as a community-led program where partners from different sectors, including education, parks and recreation, public health and business, work together to implement activities to promote healthy weights for kids; and WHEREAS the Government of Ontario required that applications be submitted by a municipality or Aboriginal Health Access Centre or Community Health Centre for Aboriginal communities that identified a community champion and can serve as the fiscal transfer agent for funds by March 14, 2014; and WHEREAS selected communities may receive support and funding of up to $1.5 million from the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care over four years to fund new or enhanced programs focused on physical activity, healthy eating or adequate sleep within a defined community; and WHEREAS G
Item #306935: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-04-09
3379Motion To:
Item #316555: FRONT ENDING AGREEMENTS FOR : MATTAMY FAIRWINDS NORTH PHASE 3 PARK; MATTAMY FAIRWINDS WEST / TARTAN POOLE CREEK VILLAGE PARK; AND MINTO ARCADIA STAGE 2 PARK
Planning Committee
2014-04-08
3380Motion To:
Item #314358: 2013 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO THE BUILDING CODE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-04-08
3381Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #316640: PLANNING AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT TERM OF COUNCIL WORKPLAN 2014 UPDATE AND 2013 DELEGATED AUTHORITY REPORT
Planning Committee
2014-04-08
3422Motion To: That the Minutes 41 of the meeting of March 4, 2014 be confirmed
Item #317238: Minutes 41 - March 4, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3423Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report for information.
Item #315763: STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 21 MARCH 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3424Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the proposal to name the front yard of Ottawa City Hall’s Heritage Building, “Nelson Mandela Square”.
Item #317331: COMMEMORATIVE NAMING - NELSON MANDELA SQUARE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3425Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointment of Jack Chung to the Heart of Orléans Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014.
Item #317341: APPOINTMENT TO THE HEART OF ORL'ANS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3426Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointments of: Jag Ghuman, Nazmi Fawaz, Sandra Candow, Sabina Postolek, Isabelle Deslandes, Grant LoPatriello, Rennie Mackenzie and Jeff O’Reilly to the Sparks Street Business Improvement Area Board and to the Sparks Street Mall Authority Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014.
Item #317344: APPOINTMENTS TO THE SPARKS STREET BUSINESS IMPROVVEMENT AREA BOARD AND TO THE SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3427Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend; 1. That Council endorse the position of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario with respect to Bill 69, the Prompt Payment Act, 2013, as set out in this report; and 2. That the Mayor be directed to write to the Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, Mr. Tim Hudak, Leader of the Official Opposition and Ms. Andrea Horvath, Leader of the New Democratic Party of Ontario in order to advise them of the City of Ottawa’s concerns with Bill 69.
Item #317445: REPORT ON BILL 69 - PROMPT PAYMENT ACT, 2013
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3428Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council receive this report for information and amend the Records Retention and Disposition By-law No. 2003-527 to incorporate the revisions to Schedule “A” as outlined in this report and more specifically described in Document 2.
Item #317461: 2013 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT AND RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION BY-LAW 2003-527 AMENDMENTS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3429Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council adopt this report.
Item #314957: REPORT ON BUDGET EXPENSES PURSUANT TO ONTARIO REGULATION 284/09
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3430Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council: 1. Receive the 2014 City of Ottawa Municipal Accessibility (COMAP) update report including: a. The City of Ottawa Accessible Web Publishing Procedure; b. The updated Web Accessibility Workplan; c. The December 27, 2013 Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act 2005 (AODA) compliance report; d. The City of Ottawa AODA Review Submission.
Item #316371: 2014 CITY OF OTTAWA MUNICIPAL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN (COMAP) UPDATE REPORT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3431Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council receive for information the business case approach outlined in this report.
Item #316778: CORPORATE BUSINESS CASE APPROACH
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3432Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee declare the property known municipally as 2994 St. Joseph Boulevard, being part of a road allowance between the former municipalities of Cumberland and Gloucester (closed by By-law 127-1987) and described as Parts 11, 12, 13, and 14 on Plan 5R-10703, identified as Parcels 1 and 2 on Document “1” attached, containing an area of approximately 833 m2 (8,966 square feet), subject to an easement in favour of Hydro One Networks Inc. over the lands shown as Parcel 2, as surplus to the City’s requirements.
Item #316447: SURPLUS DECLARATION - 2994 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3433Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council waive the former owner’s right to purchase the portion of the non-viable vacant land fronting on Rainbow Street and known municipally as 849 Shefford Road shown as Parcel 1 on Document ‘1’ attached, as provided for under Section 42 of the Expropriations Act.
Item #317283: NON-VIABLE VACANT LAND FRONTING RAINBOW STREET AND KNOWN MUNICIPALLY AS 849 SHEFFORD ROAD - WAIVER OF FORMER OWNER'S RIGHT TO PURCHASE.
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-04-01
3304Motion To: That, in accordance with Procedure By-law 2006-462, as amended, the Transit Commission resolve In Camera pursuant to Subsection 13 (1) (d), labour relations or employee negotiations and Subsection 13 (1) (f) the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose, with respect to receiving an update on the tentative agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 279 (Para Transpo).That, in accordance with Procedure By-law 2006-462, as amended, the Transit Commission resolve In Camera pursuant to Subsection 13 (1) (d), labour relations or employee negotiations and Subsection 13 (1) (f) the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose, with respect to receiving an update on the tentative agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 279 (Para Transpo).
Item #317440: TENTATIVE AGREEMENT WITH AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION LOCAL 279 (PARA TRANSPO) - IN CAMERA; REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON RATIFICATION BY COUNCIL OF THE AGREEMENT
Transit Commission
2014-03-26
3305Motion To: That the Transit Commission move Out of Camera and resume in open session.
Item #317440: TENTATIVE AGREEMENT WITH AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION LOCAL 279 (PARA TRANSPO) - IN CAMERA; REPORTING OUT DATE: UPON RATIFICATION BY COUNCIL OF THE AGREEMENT
Transit Commission
2014-03-26
3225Motion To:
Item #317292: Minutes 70, of the Planning Committee meeting of Tuesday, 25 February 2014, were confirmed
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3226Motion To: Moved by S. Qadri WHEREAS the building at 1518 Stittsville Main Street is an important icon in the historical inventory of Stittsville and Goulbourn; AND WHEREAS this building originally served as the Alexander Hotel and was the home of Bradley's General Store where the Bradley family served as merchants in Stittsville for over 90 years; AND WHEREAS due to the historical significance the property of 1518 Stittsville Main Street was designated in 1986 by Goulbourn Township for its cultural heritage value under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act; AND WHEREAS on September 9th, 2013 the building at 1518 Stittsville Main Street was devastated by fire; AND WHEREAS Applications to demolish designated heritage buildings require City Council approval; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED as a part of the demolition application of 1518 Stittsville Main Street the following conditions are implemented; Any historic materials that can be salvaged are saved for the future redevelopment of this site or donated to the Go
Item #315761: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION OF BRADLEY'S GENERAL STORE, 1518 STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3227Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315761: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION OF BRADLEY'S GENERAL STORE, 1518 STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3228Motion To: Moved by J.Harder That Recommendation 1 of the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommendation be amended to read as follows: Approve the application to demolish 7 Clarence Street, a rear addition to 461-465 Sussex Drive, according to the application received by the City of Ottawa on February 3, 2014, subject to the receipt of an application for Site Plan Control.
Item #315691: APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH AND TO CONSTRUCT A NEW STRUCTURE AT 7 CLARENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3229Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315691: APPLICATION TO DEMOLISH AND TO CONSTRUCT A NEW STRUCTURE AT 7 CLARENCE STREET, A PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE BYWARD MARKET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3230Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #316374: ADDITION TO 30 ORIOLE DRIVE TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA HERITAGE REGISTER
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3231Motion To:
Item #316458: APPLICATION TO ALTER 269 MCLEOD STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE CENTRETOWN HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3232Motion To:
Item #315431: ZONING - PART OF 6429 RENAUD ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3233Motion To:
Item #316717: ZONING - 5315 ABBOTT STREET (FORMERLY KNOWN AS PART OF 5618 HAZELDEAN ROAD)
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3234Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver : 1. une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à faire passer la désignation de zonage de la propriété située au 2148, avenue Carling, de Zone résidentielle de densité trois, sous-zone C (R3C), à Zone d’artère principale (AM), comme l’illustre le document 1 et le précise le document 2, afin de permettre la construction d’un immeuble commercial; 2. une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à faire passer la désignation de zonage de la propriété située au 830, avenue Aaron, de Zone résidentielle de densité un, sous-zone O (R1O), à Zone d’artère principale, avec une annexe, comme l’illustre le document 1 et le précisent les documents 2 et 3, de façon à permettre la construction d’un immeuble commercial et à préserver une zone d’aménagement paysager végétal. That Planning Committee recommend that Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250: 1. To cha
Item #315680: ZONING - 2148 CARLING AVENUE AND 830 AARON AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3235Motion To: Moved by Councillor S. Blais WHEREAS it is desirable to provided additional clarity that the Mature Neighbourhoods By-law amendment applies only in respect of residential use buildings of four or fewer storeys. BE IT RESOLVED THAT the phrase “of four or fewer storeys” be added in the last sentence of the introduction of section 139 and subsection 139(1) such that the provisions will read: 139 Introduction The regulations apply to any lot developed with, or to be developed with a permitted residential use building within the area identified by the Mature Neighbourhoods Overlay of four or fewer storeys. 139(1) The following provisions apply to any lot developed with, or to be developed with, a residential use building of four or fewer storeys, in any zone where residential use buildings are permitted.
Item #312362: DRAFT REVISIONS TO INFILL BY-LAW 2012-147 - RESPONSE TO ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD INTERIM ORDER ON APPEAL
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3236Motion To: Direction to staff That the City Clerk and Solicitor be directed to seek a pre-hearing date on the mature neighbourhood Zoning By-law amendment in July 2014, taking into account the undertaking of the Solicitor for the appellants to join in that request and that this be forwarded to Council on May 14th, 2014.
Item #312362: DRAFT REVISIONS TO INFILL BY-LAW 2012-147 - RESPONSE TO ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD INTERIM ORDER ON APPEAL
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3237Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #312362: DRAFT REVISIONS TO INFILL BY-LAW 2012-147 - RESPONSE TO ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD INTERIM ORDER ON APPEAL
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3238Motion To: Moved by Councillor K. Hobbs Be It Resolved that the lands at 291-293 Lyon be included within the Transition Provision subject to the 18 month deadline.
Item #312150: REPORT AND ZONING AMENDMENT ON RESIDENTIAL CONVERSIONS
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3239Motion To: Moved by ?? 1. That Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0043 be amended by adding the following text to Document 1 – Details of Recommended Zoning: “10. In addition to Item 6, that Section 137 be amended by adding a new subsection (6) providing for a transition clause for in-stream applications and which states: “(6) (a) If an application for any one or more of: (i) Committee of Adjustment approval; (ii) site plan control approval, including an extension of site plan control approval; or (iii) building permit was received by March 20, 2014, the application, as well as any subsequent application listed in (i) to (iii) above submitted prior to the issuance of a building permit, will not be reviewed on the basis of the requirement to locate communal amenity area at grade in the rear yard, and abutting the rear lot line, as set out in Column IV of Rows 1 to 4 inclusive of Table 137. (b) For the purposes of clauses (a), “application” means an application that was filed with the City on or before March
Item #312150: REPORT AND ZONING AMENDMENT ON RESIDENTIAL CONVERSIONS
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3240Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #312150: REPORT AND ZONING AMENDMENT ON RESIDENTIAL CONVERSIONS
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3241Motion To:
Item #314360: POOL ENCLOSURE BY-LAW 2013-39 - TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3242Motion To:
Item #317153: CITY OF OTTAWA ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE CONTROL GUIDELINES: REVIEW OF REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND CURRENT PRACTICES
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3243Motion To:
Item #317215: 2014 PATIO FEE REDUCTION - PILOT PROJECT
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3244Motion To: Moved by Councillor R. Chiarelli That this matter be referred to next year's Term of Council Priorities.
Item #316521: PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - SIGNS ON WINDOWS
Planning Committee
2014-03-25
3479Motion To:
Item #317166: Minutes 29 - February 18, 2014
Environment Committee
2014-03-24
3480Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317165: WORLD WATER DAY - PROCLAMMATION
Environment Committee
2014-03-24
3481Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #317075: QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE REPORT, Q3: JULY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
Environment Committee
2014-03-24
3482Motion To: WHEREAS given the importance of water to the City and the region; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Environment Stewardship Advisory Committee (ESAC) supports the principles outlined in the March 6, 2014 presentation of the Water Environment Strategy; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT ESAC moves that the Environment Committee and staff consider the following points in the development of the Water Environment Strategy: 1. Some form of ongoing consultation in the development of the Water Environment Strategy 2. Metrics be developed to monitor the progress of the Strategy 3. The Ottawa River be expressly included in the Strategy, including consultation with Quebec partners 4. Water usage and demand management including conservation and water rate structure be considered 5. A climate change lens be included for example: changes in weather, precipitation, extreme weather events, heat island effects and the overall climate change impacts and adaptation 6. Recognition of impacts of new infrastructure fo
Item #316377: WATER ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY - PHASE 1
Environment Committee
2014-03-24
3483Motion To: That the Environment Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Water Environment Strategy Phase 1 attached as Document 1 and as outlined in this report; 2. Receive the 2014 City of Ottawa Work Plan attached as Document 2.
Item #316377: WATER ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY - PHASE 1
Environment Committee
2014-03-24
3302Motion To:
Item #317066: Minutes 45 - 19 February 2014
Transit Commission
2014-03-19
3303Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #317065: TRANSIT SERVICES 2013 CUSTOMER SURVEY
Transit Commission
2014-03-19
4816Motion To:
Item #316547: Minutes 40 - Meeting of 6 February 2014 of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-03-06
4817Motion To:
Item #314369: HAZELDEAN ROAD MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-03-06
4818Motion To:
Item #314371: O'KEEFE MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-03-06
4819Motion To:
Item #316661: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALIES AND MINOR CORRECTIONS - FIRST REPORT 2014
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-03-06
3285Motion To:
Item #304951: CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Transportation Committee
2014-03-05
3286Motion To: WHEREAS the Council Expense Policy requires that funds transferred to City operations from a Member’s Constituency Services Budget be accomplished by a Council motion; and WHEREAS Council has approved such expenditures when asked; and WHEREAS Members recognize that the intent of the Expense Policy is to ensure that Members do not add ongoing operating budget pressures without Council consent; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transportation Committee recommend that City Council approve an amendment to the Council Expense Policy that would permit Members to purchase those traffic control measures that staff agree will not add ongoing budget pressures without the need for a motion, to be effective only for the remainder of this term and to be reviewed as part of the next term's Governance Review.
Item #314720: TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE INITIATIVES
Transportation Committee
2014-03-05
3287Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #314720: TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE INITIATIVES
Transportation Committee
2014-03-05
3288Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315446: PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
Transportation Committee
2014-03-05
3289Motion To: WHEREAS there is currently a high volume of cyclists, pedestrians, cars and buses that travel along the Bank Street corridor; and WHEREAS the opening of Lansdowne is anticipated to intensify traffic by all modes, especially along the section of Bank Street from Riverdale Avenue to Chamberlain Street; and WHEREAS the safety and protection of residents, visitors and the local community is paramount to the City; and WHEREAS the Glebe Community Association has requested that the speed limit on Bank Street be reduced to enhance the safety of all users of the road and most specifically cyclists and pedestrians; and WHEREAS current traffic speeds are consistently operating below the current speed limit along the section of Bank from Riverdale Avenue to Chamberlain Street; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the speed limit on Bank Street between Riverdale Avenue and Chamberlain Street be set at 40 km/h.
Item #315686: LANSDOWNE TRANSPORTATION MONITORING PROGRAM
Transportation Committee
2014-03-05
3290Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315686: LANSDOWNE TRANSPORTATION MONITORING PROGRAM
Transportation Committee
2014-03-05
3154Motion To: That the Minutes 40 of the FEDC meeting of February 4, 2014 be confirmed.
Item #316445: Minutes 40 - February 4, 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3155Motion To: WHEREAS staff is recommending that the property known as 3071 Riverside Drive be declared surplus to City requirements and transferred to the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation for disposal; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is the sole shareholder of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation; and WHEREAS staff crafted a draft redevelopment concept plan that reflected community input received at the Community Visioning Workshop held on May 19, 2009 and a Public Open House held on September 10, 2009; and WHEREAS City Council approved the draft concept plan on December 9, 2009 (ACS2009-CMR-REP-0053), which contained the following principles: · Low-density residential uses (one to two storey single detached, semi-detached and townhouses) in pockets abutting existing development in the north and south ends of the site and, medium-density residential uses (three to six storey townhouses, stacked units, and mid-rise condominium apartment dwellings), and/or institutional use (e.g. r
Item #316527: OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION'S REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE IN PLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT FOR THE KANATA WEST LANDS AND FUTURE DISPOSAL OF CERTAIN CITY OWNED LANDS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3156Motion To: WHEREAS staff is recommending that the property known as 1770 Heatherington Road be declared surplus to City requirements and transferred to the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation for disposal; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is the sole shareholder of the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Community Lands Development Corporation’s mandate requires due consideration be given to social, environmental, cultural and financial considerations; and WHEREAS the community adjacent to 1770 Heatherington Road has not yet had the opportunity to be consulted regarding the future development of this site in the same manner as other similar properties, including Qualicum (25 Esquimault Ave.), Maki House (19 Leeming) and the former Bayview School (3071 Riverside); THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to undertake a comprehensive community consultation exercise in a similar manner to what was done for Qualicum (25 Esquimault Ave.), Maki House (19 Leem
Item #316527: OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION'S REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE IN PLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT FOR THE KANATA WEST LANDS AND FUTURE DISPOSAL OF CERTAIN CITY OWNED LANDS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3157Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motions.
Item #316527: OTTAWA COMMUNITY LANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION'S REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE IN PLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT FOR THE KANATA WEST LANDS AND FUTURE DISPOSAL OF CERTAIN CITY OWNED LANDS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3158Motion To: That the meeting of the Finance and Economic Development Committee move in camera to consider personnel matters related to the Airport Parkway Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge Third Party Independent Review, pursuant to section 13(1) of the Procedure By-Law for the reasons set ou below: b) Personal matters about an identifiable individual, including staff; d) Labour relations or employee negotiations; e) Litigation or potential litigation affecting the City, including matters before administrative tribunals; f) The receiving of advice that is subjuect to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose.
Item #316729: AIRPORT PARKWAY PEDESTRIAN/CYCLING BRIDGE PROJECT: THIRD-PARTY INDEPENDENT REVIEW
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3159Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report for information.
Item #316729: AIRPORT PARKWAY PEDESTRIAN/CYCLING BRIDGE PROJECT: THIRD-PARTY INDEPENDENT REVIEW
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3160Motion To: WHEREAS the Third-Party Independent Review of the Airport Parkway Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge makes specific recommendations in 9 areas to improve the City’s processes and procedures with respect to infrastructure construction; and WHEREAS the City’s senior management has agreed to implement all of the recommendations included in the Third-Party Review; and WHEREAS Council, under Section 224 (d) and (d.1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, has a duty “to ensure that administrative policies, practices and procedures and controllership policies, practices and procedures are in place to implement the decisions of Council;” and “to ensure the accountability and transparency of the operations of the municipality, including the activities of the senior management of the municipality”; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has a statutory Auditor General who, in accordance with Section 223.19 of the Municipal Act, 2001, “reports to council and is responsible for assisting the council in holding itself a
Item #315711: OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - 2014 WORK PLAN
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3161Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the Office of the Auditor General’s 2014 Work Plan.
Item #315711: OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL (OAG) - 2014 WORK PLAN
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3162Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointment of Rima Zabian to the Bank Street Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014
Item #316438: APPOINTMENT TO THE BANK STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3163Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointment of Kecia Podetz, Eric Kunstadt and Melissa Somers to the Glebe Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014.
Item #316731: APPOINTMENT TO THE GLEBE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3164Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council approve: 1. The following dates and hours of operation for “traditional” advance voting in the 2014 municipal elections: • Thursday, October 9, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and• Saturday, October 18, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2. The following dates and hours of operation for new “special” advance voting in the 2014 municipal elections: • Wednesday, October 1, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.;• Thursday, October 2, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and• Friday, October 3, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 3. Direct staff to place the implementing by-law for all approved advance vote dates and times for three readings on a future Council agenda.
Item #313376: ELECTIONS 2014 - ADVANCE VOTE DATES AND TIMES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3165Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report on the 2013 general accounts written off of $175,757 as required by Schedule A, section 24 and 26 of the Delegation of Authority By-law 2013-71 for information.
Item #312206: GENERAL ACCOUNTS - WRITE-OFFS 2013
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3166Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report on the 2013 Repayment and Extension Agreements executed as required by Schedule A, section 17 and 25 of the Delegation of Authority By-law No. 2013-71 for information.
Item #312208: REPAYMENT AND EXTENSION AGREEMENTS EXECUTED IN 2013
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3167Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information.
Item #312260: 2013 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3168Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the 2014 levies for the Rideau Valley, South Nation and Mississippi Valley Conservation Authorities as presented in Document 1, which includes an increase for the flood control on the Rideau River and which results in an approximate $1 tax increase for a home assessed at the average value.
Item #312266: CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 2014 LEVIES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3169Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend that Council approve the 2014 budgets and special levies, as presented in Document 1, for the following: 1. Bank Street BIA Barrhaven BIA Bells Corners BIA ByWard Market BIA Carp BIA Carp Road Corridor BIA Glebe BIA Kanata North Business Park BIA Manotick BIA Orleans BIA Preston BIA Rideau BIA Sparks Street BIA Sparks Street Mall Authority Somerset Village BIA Somerset Chinatown BIA Vanier BIA Wellington West BIA Westboro BIA; and 2. That Council enact the BIA levy by-laws and the Sparks Street Mall Authority by-law for the BIAs and mall authority listed in Recommendation 1 once the 2014 tax ratios are approved by Council.
Item #312268: 2014 BUDGETS AND SPECIAL LEVIES FOR BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS AND SPARKS STREET MALL AUTHORITY
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3170Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve: 1. That the $0.281 million year-end surplus in the Committee of Adjustment budget be re-provided in 2014 to implement and partner with the City’s Enterprise Permit and Licensing initiative; and 2. That $0.500 million of the 2013 year-end contribution to the Tax Stabilization Reserve be allocated to the Environmental Lands Acquisition Reserve Fund; and 3. That the deficit of $1.265 million in Police Services be funded from the City Wide Capital Reserve Fund; and 4. That $7.648 million be transferred from the Water Capital Reserve to fully fund the Water Services program for 2013; and 5. That $5.826 million be transferred from the Sewer Capital Reserve to fully fund the Wastewater Services program for 2013.
Item #313284: DISPOSITION OF 2013 TAX AND RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING SURPLUS/ DEFICIT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3171Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316440: MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITIES DESIGNATION AND AGREEMENT - 255 MACKAY STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3172Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Orléans Community Improvement Grant Application submitted by 6573339 Canada Inc., carrying on business as Vantage Management Group, owner of the property at 373 Vantage Drive, for a Community Improvement Grant not to exceed $693,000 over a maximum of 10 years, subject to the establishment of, and in accordance with the terms and conditions of a Community Improvement Grant); and 2. Delegate authority to the Director of Economic Development and Innovation to execute an Orléans Community Improvement Plan Grant Agreement with 6573339 Canada Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of a Community Improvement Grant for the redevelopment of 373 Vantage Drive, to the satisfaction of the City Manager, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City Treasurer.
Item #315435: APPROVAL OF ORL'ANS CIP GRANT APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY 6573339 CANADA INC. FOR GRANT FOR 373 VANTAGE DRIVE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3173Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Pursuant to Section 107 and Section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001, the City of Ottawa enter into a Municipal Capital Facility and Contribution Agreement with City View Centre for Child & Family Services as provided in Document 1, in relation to the portion of the premises to be utilized for the provision of social and health services from an Ontario Early Years Centre, where the term of said Agreement is from the date of approval by Council until it ceases to operate and provide the said services under the provisions of the Municipal Capital Facility and Contribution Agreement at 1099 Longfields Drive; 2. A by-law of the City of Ottawa, as provided in Document 2, be enacted to designate the portion of the premises, being occupied for the Ontario Early Years Centre, to be 23% exempt from commercial taxation (as per the property’s current classification) for municipal and school purposes, as permitted under Section 1
Item #314726: MUNICIPAL CAPITAL FACILITIES AND CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS - CITY VIEW CENTRE FOR CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3174Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report for information.
Item #315512: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - ACQUISITION, DISPOSAL AND LEASE OF REAL PROPERTY - 1 JULY TO 31 DECEMBER 2013
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
3175Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve a one-time grant to the Ottawa Christian School Association of $44,886.37 from the Provision for Unforeseen and One Time Expenditures account to pay outstanding property tax, penalty and interest on their property at 255 Tartan Drive, which effectively brings the property to the farm tax class for the years 2005 to 2010.
Item #316557: OTTAWA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-03-04
5188Motion To: WHEREAS Planning Committee Report 64, Item 3 recommends that the zoning by-law be amended to permit wider driveways in the suburban area; and WHEREAS Planning Committee directed staff to prepare an amendment to the Private Approach By-law that will have the effect of limiting curb cuts to that which would be permitted with the zoning in place today; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Private Approach By-law, being By-law 2003-447, as amended, be further amended by repealing section 5 and substituting therefore the following: 5. No permit shall be issued for a private approach the purpose of which is to provide access to a parking space: (1) which is contrary to any City by-law, or (2) created by an amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250, Subsection 107(3)(c) of February 26, 2014, which allows an additional 1.8m parking space in the outer suburban area shown as Area A on Schedule 318 of the Zoning By-law.
Item #316595: 3.''''''''' REVISION TO ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250 TO AMEND PERMITTED RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY WIDTHS IN OUTER SUBURBAN COMMUNITIES AND TO CLARIFY ZONING LANGUAGE
City Council
2014-02-26
5189Motion To: WHEREAS Report ACS 2014-PAI-PGM-0002 was carried by Planning Committee at its meeting of January 28th 2014; and WHEREAS Planning Committee directed staff to amend the Private Approach By-law to ensure that curb cuts are limited in width in cases where driveways are legally widened on private property; and WHEREAS the recommendations of Report ACS 2014-PAI-PGM-0002 address existing situations in suburban communities outside the Greenbelt, which the City does not wish to see perpetuated, of parking arrangements that are ill-suited to the development densities that are called for in the Official Plan; and WHEREAS the City is undertaking a major multi-departmental review of suburban subdivision standards and guidelines, also involving School Boards, Utilities, the development sector, to ensure that future suburbs are built without these logistical issues from the start; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Document 2 of Report ACS 2014-PAI-PGM-0002 be amended by replacing it with the attached Document 2,
Item #316595: 3.''''''''' REVISION TO ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250 TO AMEND PERMITTED RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY WIDTHS IN OUTER SUBURBAN COMMUNITIES AND TO CLARIFY ZONING LANGUAGE
City Council
2014-02-26
5190Motion To:
Item #316624: STATUS UPDATE - COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 21 FEBRUARY 2014
City Council
2014-02-26
5191Motion To:
Item #316660: BYWARD MARKET PROGRAM BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-02-26
5192Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #316660: BYWARD MARKET PROGRAM BY-LAW AMENDMENTS
City Council
2014-02-26
5193Motion To:
Item #312254: OTTAWA RIVER ACTION PLAN - STATUS UPDATE
City Council
2014-02-26
5194Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve les modifications apportées au Règlement sur le zonage 2008-250, tel qu'indiqué dans le Document 2. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve amendments to Zoning By-law 2008-250 as detailed in Document 2.
Item #315836: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - MEDICAL MARIHUANA PRODUCTION FACILITIES
City Council
2014-02-26
5195Motion To:
Item #314704: ZONING - 145, 147, 149, 151, 153 AND 155 MEADOWLANDS DRIVE
City Council
2014-02-26
5196Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 afin de modifier la désignation du 1111, chemin North River en ajoutant une exception au zonage Zone résidentielle de densité 3, sous-zone M (R3M), comme le montre le document 1 et l’explique en détail le document 4. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1111 North River Road to add an exception to the Residential Third Density Subzone M (R3M) as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 4.
Item #314930: ZONING - 1111 NORTH RIVER ROAD
City Council
2014-02-26
5197Motion To:
Item #304719: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-02-26
5198Motion To: Re: School Bus Stop Arm Cameras Moved by / Motion de: Councillor Blais Seconded by / Appuyée par: Councillor Desroches WHEREAS children are society’s most vulnerable and their safety and security is paramount; and WHEREAS a motorist’s legal requirement to halt behind a stopped school bus is a traffic regulation that helps save the lives of children; and WHEREAS any motorist that overtakes a stopped school bus commits an egregious violation with potentially fatal consequences; and WHEREAS cameras on the stop arms of school buses are an excellent traffic enforcement mechanism for catching motorists that illegally overtake halted school buses; and WHEREAS cameras are in place in other jurisdictions in Canada and the United States; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council urge the Minister of Transportation, Glen Murray, to amend the Ontario Highway Traffic Act (HTA) to permit the use of school bus stop arm cameras for the purpose of identifying and convicting motorists that pass sto
Item #304719: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-02-26
5199Motion To:
Item #304721: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-02-26
3212Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner la propriété située au 478, rue Albert conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel faisant l’objet du document 5. That the Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a notice of Intention to Designate 478 Albert Street according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5.
Item #314784: DESIGNATION OF 478 ALBERT STREET, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3213Motion To:
Item #316630: COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: ANOMALIES AND MINOR CORRECTIONS - FIRST REPORT 2014
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3214Motion To:
Item #315725: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 4401 FALLOWFIELD ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3215Motion To:
Item #315195: ZONING - 5385, 5395, AND PART OF 5431 FERNBANK ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3216Motion To:
Item #315582: ZONING - PART OF 5611 FERNBANK ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3217Motion To:
Item #314775: ZONING - 5754, 5734 HAZELDEAN ROAD AND 2 IBER ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3218Motion To: Moved by Councillor K. Hobbs on behalf of Councillor M. Fleury WHEREAS the secondary plan for Sandy Hill has not been reviewed since before amalgamation; it’s language defines the neighbourhood as stable low-rise community; AND WHEREAS Planning Committee has determined that the goal as the Official Plan was to provide reliable zoning; AND WHEREAS reliable zoning in Sandy Hill is at risk for as long as the Official Plan, Secondary Plan and Zoning By-law are not aligned; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That the Planning Committee approve a review of the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan, starting in Q4 of 2014 to ensure predictable, consistent zoning.
Item #315657: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 261, 265, 271, 275 AND 281 LAURIER AVENUE EAST AND 400 FRIEL STREET
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3219Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver ce qui suit : 1. une modification au Plan d’aménagement secondaire de la Côte-de-Sable pour permettre une urbanisation diversifiée de hauteur moyenne de neuf étages aux 261 à 281, avenue Laurier Est et au 400, rue Friel, comme l’indique le document 2; 2. une modification au Règlement de zonage (no 2008-250) afin de faire passer le zonage du 261 au 281, avenue Laurier Est et du 400, rue Friel de zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone T, exception 480 (R4T [480]) à zone polyvalente générale, exception XXXX, annexe XXX (GM[XXXX] S[XXX]) pour permettre une urbanisation diversifiée de hauteur moyenne, comme le montre le document 1 et le précise le document 3. That Planning Committee recommend that Council approve: 1. An amendment to the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan to allow for a mixed-use mid-rise development of nine storeys for 261 to 281 Laurier Avenue East and 400 Friel Street, as set out in Document 2; and 2.
Item #315657: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 261, 265, 271, 275 AND 281 LAURIER AVENUE EAST AND 400 FRIEL STREET
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3220Motion To:
Item #316634: ZONING - 800 MONTREAL ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3221Motion To: Moved by J. Harder on behalf of Diane Holmes Be It Resolved That: That clause (b) of the proposed addition of Section X to Part 19 of the Zoning By-law , contained in Document 3, be modified to read in accordance with the following: An indexed payment of $317,000, to be paid prior to the issuance of the first above-grade building permit. The funds are to be paid to the City’s affordable housing program, for projects within Ward 14, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning and Growth Management, in consultation with the Ward 14 Councillor, with such amount to be indexed upwardly in accordance with the Statistics Canada Non-Residential Construction Price Index for Ottawa, calculated from the date of the Section 37 Agreement to the date of payment.
Item #315206: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING - 514, 516, 518, 530 AND 532 ROCHESTER STREET
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3222Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315206: OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING - 514, 516, 518, 530 AND 532 ROCHESTER STREET
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3223Motion To:
Item #314863: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 364 CHURCHILL AVENUE AND 348 WHITBY AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3224Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d'approuver : 1. Une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 afin de faire passer le zonage du 1040, rue Somerset Ouest de zone de rue principale traditionnelle, hauteur de 15 mètres (TM H(15)) à zone de rue principale traditionnelle assortie d’une exception spéciale XXXX, hauteur de 100 mètres (TM[XXXX] H(100)-h), comme le montre le document 1 et l'explique en détail le document 2; 2. Une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à ajouter une nouvelle partie audit Règlement dans le but d'inclure des dispositions adoptées en vertu de l'article 37 de la Loi sur l'aménagement du territoire; et, 3. Que les recommandations 1 et 2 de mise en application du Règlement de zonage ne soient pas soumises au Conseil avant que ne soit conclu un accord en vertu de l'article 37 de la Loi sur l'aménagement du territoire. That Planning Committee recommend that Council approve: 1. An amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to chang
Item #314228: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1040 SOMERSET STREET WEST
Planning Committee
2014-02-25
3395Motion To:
Item #315881: Minutes 24- 18 November 2013
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-02-24
3396Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #312214: SERVICEOTTAWA UPDATE - MYSERVICEOTTAWA
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-02-24
3397Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315423: STATUS UPDATE - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUB-COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 10 FEBRUARY 2014
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-02-24
3398Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315097: PUBLIC WI-FI IN CITY FACILITIES
Information Technology Sub-Committee
2014-02-24
3324Motion To:
Item #315867: Minutes 30 - December 4, 2013
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-02-20
3325Motion To:
Item #316376: CPS 01 - 13 - Outdoor Rink Maintenance
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-02-20
3326Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #316389: VERBAL UPDATE - UNITED WAY OTTAWA
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-02-20
3327Motion To:
Item #315843: STATUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 13 FEBRUARY 2014
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-02-20
3328Motion To:
Item #314347: DONATION OF AMBULANCE TO THE SALVATION ARMY
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-02-20
3329Motion To:
Item #312359: PAINT IT UP! 2013 PROGRAM RESULTS
Community and Protective Services Committee
2014-02-20
3064Motion To:
Item #314339: Minutes 44 - 9 December 2013
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3065Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #314340: CHAIR'S UPDATE
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3066Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #314341: UPDATE FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER, TRANSIT SERVICES
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3067Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315871: TRANSIT SAFETY AND SECURITY SERVICES OVERVIEW
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3068Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315872: PRESTO FINANCIAL UPDATE
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3069Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315428: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSIT COMMISSION INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 5 FEBRUARY 2014
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3070Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #313294: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 FOR TRANSIT SERVICES
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3071Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315636: Q4 2013 TRANSIT SERVICES PERFORMANCE REPORT
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3072Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the timeline needed to respond to conference organizers, to consider the following motion: - Chair Deans’ attendance at the 22nd Congress for the New Urbanism
Item #305131: NOTICES OF MOTIONS (FOR CONSIDERATION AT A SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3073Motion To: WHEREAS Chair Deans has received an invitation to speak at the 22nd Congress for the New Urbanism to be held in Buffalo, New York from June 4-7, 2014; and WHEREAS the conference organizers have expressed the importance of Ottawa City Council’s approach to transit-oriented development to the content of their session on "The Transit Renaissance", which will discuss the idea that across North America, transit is being introduced or reintroduced as a transformative tool to redefine the way in which we move our people and connect our urbanism; and WHEREAS the cost of Chair Deans’ attendance at the conference is anticipated to be $1700.00, and the General Manager of Transit Services has indicated that his budget can accommodate this expenditure; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transit Commission approve Chair Deans’ attendance at the 22nd Congress for the New Urbanism to be held in Buffalo, New York from June 4-7, 2014, and that the Chair report back to the Commission on the relevant portions
Item #305131: NOTICES OF MOTIONS (FOR CONSIDERATION AT A SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
Transit Commission
2014-02-19
3467Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315848: Minutes 28 - November 19, 2013
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3468Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315848: Minutes 28 - November 19, 2013
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3469Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315848: Minutes 28 - November 19, 2013
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3470Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315642: PLC 03-13 - Use of Moloks in the City of Ottawa
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3471Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315642: PLC 03-13 - Use of Moloks in the City of Ottawa
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3472Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315642: PLC 03-13 - Use of Moloks in the City of Ottawa
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3473Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315189: CHAIR'S VERBAL UPDATE - 2013 REVIEW
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3474Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315189: CHAIR'S VERBAL UPDATE - 2013 REVIEW
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3475Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315764: STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 FEBRUARY 2014
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3476Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315764: STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 FEBRUARY 2014
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3477Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315764: STATUS UPDATE - ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 7 FEBRUARY 2014
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
3478Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #312253: OTTAWA RIVER ACTION PLAN - STATUS UPDATE
Environment Committee
2014-02-18
27154Motion To:
Item #315716: Minutes 10 - 28 November 2013
Audit Sub-Committee
2014-02-13
27155Motion To: That the Audit Sub-Committee recommend that the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the Office of the Auditor General’s 2014 Work Plan.
Item #315709: OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL - 2014 WORK PLAN
Audit Sub-Committee
2014-02-13
27156Motion To: Motion to Adjourn
Item #304902: ADJOURNMENT
Audit Sub-Committee
2014-02-13
4893Motion To: Que le Sous-comité du patrimoine bâti recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil d’approuver ce qui suit : 1. La démolition de l’édifice des années 1960 situé au 106, rue Sparks, et la partie arrière des 108-116, rue Sparks; 2. L’enlèvement, la restauration et la reconstruction de la façade avant, y compris la corniche, en tenant compte des photographies d’époque et conformément aux plans présentés le 9 janvier 2014; 3. La construction, conformément à l’approbation de la demande de réglementation du plan d’implantation, d’un édifice polyvalent de six étages aux 106 – 116, rue Sparks; 4. La construction, conformément à l’approbation de la demande de réglementation du plan d’implantation, d’une tour de 18 étages aux 111-113, rue Queen ainsi que son lien de plain-pied menant à la façade de la rue Sparks, conformément aux plans de la firme Roderick Lahey Architect, remis à la Ville d’Ottawa le 9 janvier 2014; 5. La
Item #315617: APPLICATION TO ALTER 106-116 SPARKS STREET / 111-113 QUEEN STREET LOCATED IN THE SPARKS STREET HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-02-13
4894Motion To: Que le Comité consultatif sur le patrimoine bâti d’Ottawa recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil de publier un avis d’intention de désigner la propriété située au 478, rue Albert conformément à la déclaration de valeur sur le plan du patrimoine culturel faisant l’objet du document 5. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Planning Committee recommend that Council issue a notice of Intention to Designate 478 Albert Street according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5.
Item #314783: DESIGNATION OF 478 ALBERT STREET, UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-02-13
5154Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DE LA COMMISSION Que le Conseil prenne connaissance du présent rapport à titre d’information. BOARD RECOMMENDATION That City Council receive this report for information.
Item #316369: POLICE SERVICES BOARD ACTIVITY, TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE - 2013 ANNUAL REPORT
City Council
2014-02-12
5155Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à faire passer la désignation de zonage de la propriété située au 4347, chemin 2nd Line, de Zone d’espace rural (RU) et Zone de réserve de granulat minéral, sous-zone 1 (MR1), à Zone d’extraction de minerai (ME), comme le précise le document 1. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 4347 2nd Line Road from Rural Countryside (RU) and Mineral Aggregate Reserve, Subzone 1 (MR1), to Mineral Extraction Zone (ME), as detailed in Document 1.
Item #313255: ZONING - 4347 2ND LINE ROAD (FUTURE GORDON MURDOCK ROAD)
City Council
2014-02-12
5156Motion To: WHEREAS, at the Transportation Committee meeting of February 5, 2014, Public Works staff provided a briefing on winter operations; and WHEREAS, during the discussion, staff noted that the width of driveways in the suburban areas has an impact on the cost of snow removal; and WHEREAS Council seeks to have more information from Public Works and Planning and Growth Management staff on the impact of the proposed zoning on future snow operations before consideration of the item; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Item 3, “The Revision to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to Amend Permitted Residential Driveway Widths in Outer Suburban Communities and to Clarify Zoning Language Report” be deferred to the next Council meeting and that staff be directed to provide information on the impact of the proposed zoning on future snow operations in advance of Council consideration.
Item #312158: REVISION TO ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250 TO AMEND PERMITTED RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY WIDTHS IN OUTER SUBURBAN COMMUNITIES AND TO CLARIFY ZONING LANGUAGE
City Council
2014-02-12
5157Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil approuve une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à faire passer la désignation de zonage de la propriété située au 99, avenue Greenfield de Zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone M, exception 838, annexe 197 (R4M[838] S197) à Zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone M, avec une exception (R4M[xxxx]), comme le précise le document 3, afin de permettre un immeuble d’habitation de quatre étages. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 99 Greenfield Avenue from Residential Fourth Density, Subzone M, Exception 838, Schedule 197 (R4M[838] S197) to Residential Fourth Density, Subzone M, with an Exception (R4M[xxxx]), as detailed in Document 3, to permit a four-storey apartment building.
Item #313084: ZONING - 99 GREENFIELD AVENUE
City Council
2014-02-12
5158Motion To: RECOMMANDATIONS MODIFIÉES DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil : 1. Refuse une modification au Règlement de zonage no 2008-250 qui changerait la désignation de zonage des 2101 et 3101, promenade Innovation, de zone d'industrie générale, sous-zone 6, hauteur maximale de bâtiment de 44 m (IG6 H(44)) à zone d'industrie générale, sous-zone 6 assortie d’une exception [xxxx], hauteur maximale de bâtiment de 44 m (IG6 H(44) [XXXX], comme le montre le document 1, afin de permettre une école; et 2. Approuve que la suite à donner du rapport soit modifiée avec ce qui suit : « La Direction des services législatifs du Bureau du greffier municipal et chef du contentieux devra aviser le propriétaire (le demandeur), OttawaScene, 1565, avenue Chatelain, Ottawa (Ontario) K1Z 8B5, de la décision du Conseil. » COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED That Council: 1. Refuse an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 2101 and 3101 Innovation Drive from General Industrial, Subzone 6, Height
Item #316443: ZONING - 2101, 3101 INNOVATION DRIVE
City Council
2014-02-12
5159Motion To: RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil municipal charge le personnel de présenter au Comité des transports, au deuxième trimestre de 2014, un rapport sur l’opportunité de désigner certaines parties du boulevard Brian-Coburn en tant que voies à accès limité, tout en préservant la circulation piétonnière et cyclable sur ce boulevard. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council direct staff to report back to the Transportation Committee in the second quarter of 2014 as to the advisability of establishing portions of Brian Coburn Boulevard as a controlled access road, while ensuring that pedestrian and cycling movements are maintained on Brian Coburn Boulevard.
Item #316314: DESIGNATION OF BRIAN COBURN BOULEVARD AS A CONTROLLED ACCESS ROAD - MOTION
City Council
2014-02-12
5160Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316306: DESIGNATION OF 2659 ROGER STEVENS DRIVE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2014-02-12
5161Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314868: MUNICIPAL ACT CHARGE FOR THE FARMERS WAY EXTENSION OF THE CARLSBAD ALTERNATIVE STANDARD WATER SUPPLY
City Council
2014-02-12
5162Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #312723: ZONING - 200 WESTBROOK ROAD
City Council
2014-02-12
5163Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313240: ZONING - 2307 CARSONBY ROAD
City Council
2014-02-12
5164Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313257: ZONING - 755 BURTON ROAD
City Council
2014-02-12
5165Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313297: ZONING - 2160 BURNT LANDS ROAD
City Council
2014-02-12
5166Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314154: ZONING - 2240 ROGER STEVENS DRIVE
City Council
2014-02-12
5167Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314690: ZONING - 6790 RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE
City Council
2014-02-12
5168Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314782: ZONING - 6274 RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE
City Council
2014-02-12
5169Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314345: APPOINTMENTS TO THE BELLS CORNERS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-02-12
5170Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315129: APPOINTMENTS TO THE WELLINGTON WEST BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
City Council
2014-02-12
5171Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314780: COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES REPORT FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1ST TO DECEMBER 31ST, 2013
City Council
2014-02-12
5172Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #312875: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY - CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
City Council
2014-02-12
5173Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315720: LOCAL IMPROVEMENT-TAX EXEMPT PROPERTIES
City Council
2014-02-12
5174Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313317: BROWNFIELDS REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - THE CADILLAC FAIRVIEW CORPORATION LIMITED (CADILLAC FAIRVIEW) - 114 TO 126 RIDEAU STREET
City Council
2014-02-12
5175Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314772: BROWNFIELDS REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - SLATER STREET (OTTAWA) INC. - 199 SLATER STREET
City Council
2014-02-12
5176Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315602: GREEN MUNICIPAL FUND APPLICATION - FORMER DOMTAR LANDS
City Council
2014-02-12
5177Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315508: PART OF REGIONAL ROAD 174 (TO BE CLOSED) - WAIVER OF FORMER OWNER'S RIGHT TO PURCHASE
City Council
2014-02-12
5178Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #316313: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 48-50 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-02-12
5179Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314331: 813 SHEFFORD ROAD - EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CHARGE
City Council
2014-02-12
5180Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313559: ZONING - 238 BRITANNIA ROAD
City Council
2014-02-12
5181Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314662: ZONING - 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD
City Council
2014-02-12
5182Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314809: CITY OF OTTAWA NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION LEBRETON FLATS LAND USE AGREEMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE BUILD OVER POLICY
City Council
2014-02-12
5183Motion To:
Item #304655: That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
City Council
2014-02-12
5184Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the need to repeal By-laws 2013-19 being Official Plan Amendment 131 and Zoning By-law Amendment 2014-20 and to replace these with new Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments to implement the Scott Street Community Design Plan, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS, at Council’s meeting on January 22, 2014 staff provided Council with an omnibus motion of proposed amendments to the Scott Street Community Design Plan, Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment based on the public submissions at Planning Committee, which included modifications to Schedule B – Maximum Building Heights of Official Plan Amendment 131; and WHEREAS staff inadvertently provided Council with an incorrect Schedule B – Maximum Building Heights; BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED THAT By-law 2014-19 Official Plan Amendment 131 and Zoning By-law Amendment 2014-20 be repealed and replaced with the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment listed as items y) a
Item #304658: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-02-12
5185Motion To: WHEREAS the National Capital Commission (NCC) has advised that it is in the last stage of finalizing the competitive procurement process with the preferred proponent for the new management model at Pine View Municipal Golf Course; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council waive the Rules of Procedure to consider the following motion: WHEREAS the Pine View Municipal Golf Course (“Pine View”) is not currently integrated into the core mandate of the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department; and WHEREAS on February 13, 2013, as part of the Mid-Term Governance Review, Council directed staff to undertake a review of the Pine View’s relationship to the City as part of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services’ review of the overall direction of City recreation services and mandate, and to report back to the Community and Protective Services Committee and Council; and WHEREAS on August 28 2013, Council authorized the Director of Real Estate Partnerships and Development and
Item #304658: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
City Council
2014-02-12
5186Motion To: WHEREAS in 1910 women delegates from around the world met in Copenhagen to propose that Women’s Day become an international event to promote equal rights for women; WHEREAS the first International Women’s Day was held in 1911; and WHEREAS in 1977, the United Nations officially called for all countries to mark a day for the recognition of women's economic, political and social achievements; WHEREAS every year thousands of events are held around the world to inspire, celebrate and honour women; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council declare March 8, 2014, to be International Women’s Day in the City of Ottawa.
Item #304659: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-02-12
5187Motion To: WHEREAS children are society’s most vulnerable and their safety and security is paramount; and WHEREAS a motorist’s legal requirement to halt behind a stopped school bus is a traffic regulation that helps save the lives of children; and WHEREAS any motorist that overtakes a stopped school bus commits an egregious violation with potentially fatal consequences; and WHEREAS cameras on the stop arms of school buses are an excellent traffic enforcement mechanism for catching motorists that illegally overtake halted school buses; and WHEREAS cameras are in place in other jurisdictions in Canada and the United States; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council urge the Minister of Transportation, Glen Murray, to amend the Ontario Highway Traffic Act (HTA) to permit the use of school bus stop arm cameras for the purpose of identifying and convicting motorists that pass stopped school buses without the need for further testing in court.
Item #304659: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
City Council
2014-02-12
2886Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande que le Conseil approuve les modifications apportées au Règlement sur le zonage 2008-250, tel qu'indiqué dans le Document 2. That the Planning Committee recommend Council approve amendments to Zoning By-law 2008-250 as detailed in Document 2.
Item #315835: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - MEDICAL MARIHUANA PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2887Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315627: MUNICIPAL ADDRESSING BY-LAWS UPDATE
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2888Motion To: Moved by Councillor S. Qadri That the Disposition of the Planning Committee report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0026 be amended to replace it with the following: “City Clerk and Solicitor Department, Legislative Services, to notify the owner, applicant, OttawaScene Canada Signs, 1565 Chatelain Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1Z 8B5, of City Council’s decision.”
Item #315910: ZONING - 2101, 3101 INNOVATION DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2889Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315910: ZONING - 2101, 3101 INNOVATION DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2890Motion To: Moved by R. Chiarelli - Motion to send to Council on 12 Feb 2014
Item #315910: ZONING - 2101, 3101 INNOVATION DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2891Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 pour les 145, 147, 149 et 151, promenade Meadowlands afin de modifier l’exception 1924 de la Zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone Z (R4Z), assortie d’une annexe 280, et de faire passer le zonage des 153 et 155, promenade Meadowlands de Zone résidentielle de densité 1, sous-zone FF (R1FF) à Zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone Z, dotée d’une exception 1924 (R4Z[1924]) et assortie d’une annexe 280, et ce, afin de permettre la construction d’une maison de retraite ou d’un établissement de soins pour bénéficiaires internes de quatre étages, comme il est indiqué dans le document 1 et expliqué en détail dans les documents 2 et 3. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 145, 147, 149 and 151 Meadowlands Drive to amend Exception 1924 of the Residential Fourth Density subzone Z - R4Z zone and Sche
Item #314703: ZONING - 145, 147, 149, 151, 153 AND 155 MEADOWLANDS DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2892Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 afin de modifier la désignation du 1111, chemin North River en ajoutant une exception au zonage Zone résidentielle de densité 3, sous-zone M (R3M), comme le montre le document 1 et l’explique en détail le document 4. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 for 1111 North River Road to add an exception to the Residential Third Density Subzone M (R3M) as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 4.
Item #314929: ZONING - 1111 NORTH RIVER ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
2893Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme approuve la fermeture d’une portion de l’avenue Woodroffe, comme le montre le document 1, sous réserve des conditions décrites dans le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve the closure of a portion of Woodroffe Avenue as shown on Document 1 and subject to the conditions as outlined in Document 2
Item #315208: STREET CLOSURE - PARTS OF WOODROFFE AVENUE BETWEEN PRINCE OF WALES DRIVE AND CRESTHAVEN DRIVE
Planning Committee
2014-02-11
4802Motion To:
Item #315200: Minutes 39 - Meeting of 5 December 2013 of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4803Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #313277: PRESENTATION ON THE WINCHESTER AND DISTRICT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4804Motion To:
Item #313382: DESIGNATION OF 2659 ROGER STEVENS DRIVE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4805Motion To:
Item #315199: STATUS UPDATE - AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 30 JANUARY 2014
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4806Motion To:
Item #314867: MUNICIPAL ACT CHARGE FOR THE FARMERS WAY EXTENSION OF THE CARLSBAD ALTERNATIVE STANDARD WATER SUPPLY
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4807Motion To:
Item #312722: ZONING - 200 WESTBROOK ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4808Motion To: 1. That on Page 1 – REPORT RECOMMENDATION(S), line 3: “2307 Carsonby Road from Agricultural (AG) to Agricultural, Subzone 6 (AG6),” be modified to “2307 Carsonby Road from Agricultural (AG) to Agricultural, Subzone 5 (AG5)” 2. That wherever reference is made, in the Report and Documents attached thereto, to the zone identified as “AG6”, is incorrect and should be changed to “AG5”. 3. That no further notice be provided pursuant to Section 34(17) of the Planning Act.
Item #313239: ZONING - 2307 CARSONBY ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4809Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #313239: ZONING - 2307 CARSONBY ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4810Motion To: That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 4347 2nd Line Road from Rural Countryside (RU) and Mineral Aggregate Reserve, Subzone 1 (MR1), to Mineral Extraction Zone (ME), as detailed in Document 1.
Item #313254: ZONING - 4347 2ND LINE ROAD (FUTURE GORDON MURDOCK ROAD)
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4811Motion To:
Item #313256: ZONING - 755 BURTON ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4812Motion To:
Item #313296: ZONING - 2160 BURNT LANDS ROAD
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4813Motion To:
Item #314153: ZONING - 2240 ROGER STEVENS DRIVE
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4814Motion To:
Item #314689: ZONING - 6790 RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
4815Motion To:
Item #314781: ZONING - 6274 RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
2014-02-06
3046Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315031: WINTER OPERATIONS IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA
Transportation Committee
2014-02-05
3047Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #315382: STATUS UPDATE - TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 24 JANUARY 2014
Transportation Committee
2014-02-05
3048Motion To: 1. Que le Comité des transports approuve l’Énoncé des travaux de l’Étude d’évaluation environnementale en vue de prolonger le service de l’O-Train de la station Greenboro à Riverside Sud (chemin Bowesville) et l’Aéroport international Macdonald-Cartier d’Ottawa, comme le décrit le document 1. 2. Que l'on prépare un accord juridique relatif à l’Étude d’évaluation environnementale comme l’indique le présent rapport et que le Comité des transports délègue au directeur municipal ou à un mandataire les pouvoirs de conclure et de signer cet accord au nom de la Ville. 1. That Transportation Committee approve the Statement of Work for the Environmental Assessment Study to extend O-Train service from Greenboro Station to Riverside South (Bowesville Road) and the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, as detailed in Document 1. 2. That a legal agreement with respect to the Environmental Assessment study as outlined in this report be prepared and that the Transp
Item #314165: O-TRAIN EXTENSION FROM GREENBORO STATION TO RIVERSIDE SOUTH (BOWESVILLE ROAD) AND THE OTTAWA MACDONALD-CARTIER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Transportation Committee
2014-02-05
3049Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314332: EASTERN LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Transportation Committee
2014-02-05
3050Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #314346: WEST LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT EXTENSION (LINCOLN FIELDS STATION TO BAYSHORE STATION) PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK
Transportation Committee
2014-02-05
2983Motion To:
Item #315186: Minutes 39 - December 3, 2013
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2984Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee receive this report for information.
Item #315413: STATUS UPDATE - FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS - FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 24 JANUARY 2014
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2985Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointment of Ivan Milev to the Bells Corners Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014.
Item #314344: APPOINTMENTS TO THE BELLS CORNERS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2986Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council approve the appointment of Tricia Spooner to the Wellington West Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the term expiring November 30, 2014.
Item #315128: APPOINTMENTS TO THE WELLINGTON WEST BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2987Motion To: That the Finance Economic and Development Committee approve the following: 1. That Councillors Desroches and Thompson attend the Ontario Good Roads Association / Rural Ontario Municipal Association Combined Conference, to be held February 23-26, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, in their capacity as board members; 2. That Councillors Blais, McRae, and Qadri attend the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Annual Conference and Municipal Expo, to be held May 30-June 2, 2014 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, in addition to Mayor Watson and Councillor Tierney in his capacity as FCM Board Member, and that Councillor Chernushenko be added as a delegate in the event that a position becomes available; 3. That Councillors Chernushenko and Thompson attend the Association of Municipalities of Ontario Annual Conference, to be held August 17-20, 2014 in London, Ontario, in addition to Mayor Watson and Councillor Hume in his capacity as AMO Board Member; and 4. That Councillor Desroches attend the Association of Francopho
Item #315727: ATTENDANCE AT THE OGRA/ROMA, FCM, AMO AND AFMO ANNUAL CONFERENCES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2988Motion To: That the Finance and Economic development Committee recommend that Council approve: a. the collection of the special assessment charges for the Manotick Sanitary Sewer Local Improvement (for the five properties identified in Table 1) be held in abeyance, with the complete elimination of the charge on January 1, 2035, provided that the owner consents to the registration of a lien on title by March 31, 2014 that should the property be sold prior to January 1, 2035, the full amount of the charge shall be due and payable and; b. should any of the properties identified in table 1 be sold prior to January 1, 2035, interest be charged in accordance with the local improvement by-law from the date notification of the sale to the payout date and; c. that property owners identified in table 1 be responsible for the lien registration fee as outlined in recommendation a above.
Item #315719: LOCAL IMPROVEMENT-TAX EXEMPT PROPERTIES
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2989Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program Application submitted by Claridge Homes (325 Dalhousie) Inc., owner of the property at 321 to 325 Dalhousie Street and 137 to 141 George Street, for a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant not to exceed $1,850,518 over a maximum of 10 years, subject to the establishment of and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant Agreement (with new annual tax growth of $2,086,272 to recover this within one year once the Rehabilitation Grant ends); 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with Claridge Homes (325 Dalhousie) Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant for the redevelopment of 321 to 325 Dalhousie Street and 137 to 141 George Street, to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Manager, Pl
Item #313085: BROWNFIELDS REHABILITATION GRANT/DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION 'CLARIDGE HOMES (325 DALHOUSIE) INC. - 321 TO 325 DALHOUSIE STREET AND 137 TO 141 GEORGE STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2990Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program Application submitted by The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited (Cadillac Fairview), owner of the property at 114 to 126 Rideau Street, for a Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant not to exceed $3,194,141 over a maximum of 10 years, subject to the establishment of and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant Agreement (with new annual tax growth of $2,844,000 to recover this within two years once the Rehabilitation Grant ends); 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited (Cadillac Fairview), establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant for the redevelopment of 114 to 126 Rideau Street, to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Mana
Item #313316: BROWNFIELDS REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - THE CADILLAC FAIRVIEW CORPORATION LIMITED (CADILLAC FAIRVIEW) - 114 TO 126 RIDEAU STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2991Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council: 1. Approve the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant and Development Charge Reduction Program Application submitted by Slater Street (Ottawa) Inc., owner of the property at 199 Slater Street, for a Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant not to exceed $445,776 over a maximum of 10 years, subject to the establishment of and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant Agreement (with new annual tax growth of $609,000 to recover this within one year once the Rehabilitation Grant ends); 2. Delegate the authority to staff to execute a Brownfields Property Rehabilitation Grant Agreement with Slater Street (Ottawa) Inc., establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant for the redevelopment of 199 Slater Street, to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Infrastructure Portfolio, the City Clerk and Solicitor and the City T
Item #314771: BROWNFIELDS REHABILITATION GRANT / DEVELOPMENT CHARGE REDUCTION PROGRAM APPLICATION - SLATER STREET (OTTAWA) INC. - 199 SLATER STREET
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2992Motion To: That Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council support the development and implementation of a Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan for the former Domtar lands through an application to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Green Building Fund with Windmill Developments as the lead applicant.
Item #315601: GREEN MUNICIPAL FUND APPLICATION - FORMER DOMTAR LANDS
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2993Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee declare as surplus to the City’s needs the following properties: 1. 6651 Malakoff Road, described as Part of Lot 6, Concession 5, geographic Township of Marlborough, now in the City of Ottawa designated as Part of Part 1 on Plan 5R-299 being Part of PIN 03927-0003, containing an area of 24,240m2 (6 acres), subject to final survey and shown on Document “1” attached; and 2. 67 Parkmount Crescent, described as Lot 100, Plan 485324 save and except Parts 12 to 22 (inclusive) on Plan 5R-10128 and Part of Lot 102, Plan M124, designated as Parts 2, 3, 4 & 5, Plan 4R-5448 being all of PINS 04646-0043 and 046460001 containing an area of 603m2 (0.14 acres), subject to final survey and shown on Document “2” attached.
Item #312882: SURPLUS LANDS DECLARATION - 6651 MALAKOFF ROAD AND 67 PARKMOUNT CRESCENT
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2994Motion To: That the Finance and Economic Development Committee recommend Council waive the former owner’s right to purchase the portion of Regional Road 174 (to be closed) shown as Parcel 2 on Document ‘1’ attached, as provided for under Section 42 of the Expropriations Act.
Item #315507: PART OF REGIONAL ROAD 174 (TO BE CLOSED) - WAIVER OF FORMER OWNER'S RIGHT TO PURCHASE
Finance and Economic Development Committee
2014-02-04
2759Motion To:
Item #315638: Minutes 67, of the Planning Committee meeting of Tuesday, 14 January 2014
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2760Motion To:
Item #315461: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 48-50 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2761Motion To:
Item #314330: 813 SHEFFORD ROAD - EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CHARGE
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2762Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #315631: STATUS UPDATE - PLANNING COMMITTEE INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 21 JANUARY 2014
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2763Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff prepare an amendment to the Private Approach By-law that will have the effect of limiting curb cuts to that which would be permitted with the zoning in place today.
Item #304501: REVISION TO ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250 TO AMEND PERMITTED RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY WIDTHS IN OUTER SUBURBAN COMMUNITIES AND TO CLARIFY ZONING LANGUAGE
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2764Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #304501: REVISION TO ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250 TO AMEND PERMITTED RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY WIDTHS IN OUTER SUBURBAN COMMUNITIES AND TO CLARIFY ZONING LANGUAGE
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2765Motion To:
Item #313558: ZONING - 238 BRITANNIA ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2766Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement de zonage 2008-250 visant à faire passer la désignation de zonage de la propriété située au 99, avenue Greenfield de Zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone M, exception 838, annexe 197 (R4M[838] S197) à Zone résidentielle de densité 4, sous-zone M, avec une exception (R4M[xxxx]), comme le précise le document 3, afin de permettre un immeuble d’habitation de quatre étages. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 99 Greenfield Avenue from Residential Fourth Density, Subzone M, Exception 838, Schedule 197 (R4M[838] S197) to Residential Fourth Density, Subzone M, with an Exception (R4M[xxxx]), as detailed in Document 3, to permit a four-storey apartment building.
Item #313083: ZONING - 99 GREENFIELD AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2767Motion To:
Item #314661: ZONING - 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
2768Motion To:
Item #314808: CITY OF OTTAWA NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION LEBRETON FLATS LAND USE AGREEMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE BUILD OVER POLICY
Planning Committee
2014-01-28
5134Motion To: BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor’s remarks given at the City Council Meeting of 22 January 2014 be printed in the Minutes of today’s Council meeting.
Item #315226: STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS - MAYOR WATSON
City Council
2014-01-22
5135Motion To: WHEREAS at the Planning Committee meeting of December 10, 2013, Planning Committee approved the staff report (ACS2013-PAI-PGM-0188) for the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Plans for Lees, Hurdman and Blair and implementing Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments; and WHEREAS Planning Committee directed staff to review the public submissions either made at, or submitted to, Committee and indicate, in the form of a memorandum, which submissions are recommended for adoption and which are not recommended for adoption, with a rationale, and the memorandum be submitted to Council before the matter is considered by City Council on January 22, 2014; and WHEREAS since the tabling of the report at the Planning Committee meeting of December 10, 2013 a minor error has been identified that requires a technical amendment; and WHEREAS as a result of the delegations and submissions further changes to the Lees TOD Plan and Official Plan amendment have been identified; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Off
Item #312894: TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLANS, OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENTS AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS FOR LEES, HURDMAN AND BLAIR TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT STATION AREAS
City Council
2014-01-22
5136Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #312894: TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLANS, OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENTS AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS FOR LEES, HURDMAN AND BLAIR TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT STATION AREAS
City Council
2014-01-22
5137Motion To: WHEREAS on December 10, 2013, Planning Committee recommended City Council approve the rezoning of 236 Richmond Road to allow a nine-storey mixed-use building; and WHEREAS, as part of that approval, there was to be a minimum interior side yard setback of 2.4 metres above the seventh floor; and WHEREAS, to mitigate a significant design issue, the applicant is requesting that this setback requirement not apply to the portion of the building above the seventh floor where the stairs are located; and WHEREAS, to meet the original intent, the remainder of the interior side yard setback above the seventh floor will be a minimum of 2.4 metres; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Section 2 Column V Provisions, be amended to add the following after the provision which reads “A minimum 2.4 metre corner side and interior side yard setback is required above the seventh storey”: - Despite the foregoing, in the case of an interior side yard, where a stairwell is located adjacent to the easterly wall of the build
Item #315384: ZONING - 236 RICHMOND ROAD
City Council
2014-01-22
5138Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #315384: ZONING - 236 RICHMOND ROAD
City Council
2014-01-22
5139Motion To: WHEREAS at the Planning Committee meeting of December 10, 2013, Planning Committee approved the staff report (ACS2013-PAI-PGM-0226) for the Confederation Line Development Zone of Influence; and WHEREAS Planning Committee directed staff to review the public submissions either made at, or submitted to, Committee and indicate, in the form of a memorandum, which submissions are recommended for adoption and which are not recommended for adoption, with a rationale, and the memorandum be submitted to Council before the matter is considered by City Council on January 22, 2014; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approve the staff supported changes to the Confederation Line Proximity Study Guidelines as follows: Delete the following language from the third paragraph of Section 1: “Development within the Development Zone of Influence for the Confederation Line Project presents significant opportunities for private sector development to integrate with and advance achievement of the City’s broader ob
Item #313406: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ADOPTION OF CONFEDERATION LINE PROXIMITY STUDY GUIDELINES
City Council
2014-01-22
5140Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #313406: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ADOPTION OF CONFEDERATION LINE PROXIMITY STUDY GUIDELINES
City Council
2014-01-22
5141Motion To: That the(se) item(s) be Carried on consent.
Item #313118: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON BIRCH AVENUE, PROPERTIES DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT, AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
City Council
2014-01-22
5142Motion To: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 170 Second Avenue, shown in Document 1, from Residential Third Density (R3P) and Residential Third Density, (R3P [1474]) to Residential Third Density with an exception (R3P [XXXX]) to permit a parking garage, as detailed in Document 2.
Item #314687: ZONING - 170 SECOND AVENUE
City Council
2014-01-22
5143Motion To:
Item #304584: BULK CONSENT AGENDA
City Council
2014-01-22
5144Motion To:
Item #315419: URBAN EXPANSION AREAS - COUNCILLOR CONCURRENCE AND COMMENT
City Council
2014-01-22
5145Motion To:
Item #315376: PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - MESSAGE CENTRE SIGN REGULATIONS
City Council
2014-01-22
5146Motion To:
Item #315379: WAIVER TO PERMANENT SIGNS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BY-LAW 2005-439 - 47 CLARENCE STREET
City Council
2014-01-22
5147Motion To:
Item #315380: FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT - STRANDHERD DRIVE WIDENING TO A FOUR LANE URBAN DIVIDED STANDARD FROM FALLOWFIELD ROAD TO SOUTH OF MARAVISTA DRIVE
City Council
2014-01-22
5148Motion To:
Item #315496:
City Council
2014-01-22
5149Motion To:
Item #315496: PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT 63
City Council
2014-01-22
5150Motion To:
Item #313026: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 215 MCLEOD STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
City Council
2014-01-22
5151Motion To:
Item #314665: NEIGHBOURHOOD LINES FOR GLADSTONE STATION DISTRICT AND PRESTON-CARLING COMMUNITY DESIGN PLANS
City Council
2014-01-22
5152Motion To: That the committee RECEIVE the item for information
Item #304593: That Council receive the list of items approved by its Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 1.
City Council
2014-01-22
5153Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa has approximately 64 kilometres of rear lanes that reside mostly inside the Greenbelt; and WHEREAS the issue of such rear lanes owned by the City have either been left dormant and unkept by the City or encroached upon by residents has been a concern in the Ward of Rideau-Rockcliffe, among others, for a number of years; and WHEREAS City staff initiated a review of such rear lanes in the fall of 2010; and WHEREAS on April 24th, 2013, City Council enacted its first Urban Lanes Management Policies in order to provide an “overarching framework” to address all such concerns over these rear lanes; and WHEREAS the Urban Lanes Management Policies did not take into account the fact that these lanes may require maintenance from time-to-time, may cause the City to be exposed to ongoing liability even though they may no longer have any positive municipal use, and yet discourage residential landowners from purchasing same due to the requirement that such lanes be sold at fair m
Item #304595: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN
City Council
2014-01-22
4889Motion To:
Item #313331: CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-01-16
4890Motion To: That the report be deferred to the February 13th meeting of BHSC, subject to approval of the extension of the 90-day timeline.
Item #313379: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION OF BRADLEY'S GENERAL STORE, 1518 STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-01-16
4891Motion To: Que le Comité consultatif sur le patrimoine bâti d’Ottawa recommande au Comité de l'agriculture et des affaires rurales de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. de délivrer un avis d’intention de désigner la propriété située au 2659, promenade Roger Stevens, aux termes de la partie IV de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, conformément à la déclaration de valeur patrimoniale faisant l’objet du document 5 ci-annexé; et 2. de révoquer le Règlement municipal no 49-85 à la date d’entrée en vigueur du règlement désignant la propriété décrite à la recommandation 1. That the Built Heritage Sub-Committee recommend that Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend that Council: 1. Issue a Notice of Intention to designate 2659 Roger Stevens Drive under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act according to the Statement of Cultural Heritage Value attached as Document 5; and 2. Repeal By-law 49-85 as of the effective date of the by-law designating the property as outlin
Item #313380: DESIGNATION OF 2659 ROGER STEVENS DRIVE UNDER PART IV OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-01-16
4892Motion To: Que le Comité consultatif sur le patrimoine bâti d’Ottawa recommande au Comité de l’urbanisme de recommander à son tour au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de nouvelle construction conformément aux plans de Vinci Design and Construction Inc soumis le 3 décembre 2013; 2. de déléguer au directeur général du Service de l’urbanisme et de la gestion de la croissance le pouvoir d’apporter des modifications mineures à la conception; et 3. de délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine, qui expirera deux ans après sa date de délivrance. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d’examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l’Ontario, prendra fin le 3 mars 2014.) (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 Commi
Item #313390: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 48-50 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT AND LOCATED IN THE NEW EDINBURGH HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Built Heritage Sub-Committee
2014-01-16
2628Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de nouvelle construction sur les propriétés de l'avenue Birch (Plan 4M-334 Lots 18, 19, 20, 21 et 22), conformément aux plans élaborés par le cabinet d'architectes Julian Jacobs, reçus le 13 novembre 2013 et joints sous la forme des documents 3, 4 et 5. 2. de déléguer au directeur général, Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance, le pouvoir d'approuver des modifications mineures à la conception; et 3. de délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine assorti d'un délai d'expiration de deux ans à compter de la date d'émission. (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 11 février 2014.) (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 constr
Item #313117: APPLICATION FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ON BIRCH AVENUE, PROPERTIES DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT, AND LOCATED IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Planning Committee
2014-01-14
2629Motion To: Que le Comité de l'urbanisme recommande au Conseil : 1. d’approuver la demande de démolition de l'ambassade de la République d'Iraq du 215, rue McLeod; 2. d’approuver la demande de nouvelle construction au 215, rue McLeod, selon les dessins soumis le 28 octobre 2013 par le cabinet d’architecture Julian Jacobs, et joints sous la forme des documents 3, 4 et 5; 3. de déléguer au directeur général, Urbanisme et Gestion de la croissance, le pouvoir d'approuver des modifications mineures à la conception; et 4. de délivrer le permis en matière de patrimoine assorti d'un délai d'expiration de deux ans à compter de la date d'émission. (Nota : Le délai réglementaire de 90 jours d'examen de cette demande, exigé en vertu de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l'Ontario, prendra fin le 25 janvier 2014.) (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’
Item #313025: APPLICATION FOR DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 215 MCLEOD STREET, A PROPERTY DESIGNATED UNDER PART V OF THE ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT
Planning Committee
2014-01-14
2630Motion To: Moved by Councillor B. Monette 1. That Document 3 in Report ACS2014-PAI-PGM-0009 be amended by removing the following text from Condition 11 under “Roadway Modifications”: “- Northbound lane on Champlain Street approaching site (south driveway)”.
Item #312190: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 850 CHAMPLAIN STREET
Planning Committee
2014-01-14
2631Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
Item #312190: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 850 CHAMPLAIN STREET
Planning Committee
2014-01-14
2632Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil d’approuver une modification au Règlement 2008-250 sur le zonage visant à faire passer la désignation de zonage de la propriété située au 170, avenue Second, illustrée dans le document 1, de Zone résidentielle de densité trois (R3P) et Zone résidentielle de densité trois (R3P [1474]) à Zone résidentielle de densité trois dotée d’une exception (R3P [XXXX]), afin de permettre un garage de stationnement, comme le précise le document 2. That Planning Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 170 Second Avenue, shown in Document 1, from Residential Third Density (R3P) and Residential Third Density, (R3P [1474]) to Residential Third Density with an exception (R3P [XXXX]) to permit a parking garage, as detailed in Document 2.
Item #314686: ZONING - 170 SECOND AVENUE
Planning Committee
2014-01-14
2633Motion To: Que le Comité de l’urbanisme recommande au Conseil de donner instruction au personnel d’inclure une ligne de quartier dans le Plan de conception communautaire du secteur de la station Gladstone ainsi que dans le Plan de conception communautaire du secteur Preston-Carling, qui sont en voie de réalisation dans le quartier 15, afin d’y protéger les secteurs résidentiels stables de faible hauteur. That the Planning Committee recommend Council direct staff to consider including a Neighbourhood Line in the Gladstone Station District Community Design Plan as well as the Preston-Carling Community Design Plan area within Ward 15, both currently underway, to protect stable low-rise residential neighbourhoods in those areas.
Item #314664: NEIGHBOURHOOD LINES FOR GLADSTONE STATION DISTRICT AND PRESTON-CARLING COMMUNITY DESIGN PLANS
Planning Committee
2014-01-14
2502Motion To: MOTION No. OPL 20140113/2 That the Ottawa Public Library Board approve the following purchases from Bibliotheca related to the RFID tagging of new library material in 2014 totaling $174,545.00, plus applicable taxes.
Item #314945: APPROVAL OF PURCHASE OF RFID TAGS FOR NEW MATERIAL
Ottawa Public Library Board
2014-01-13
2503Motion To: That the Ottawa Public Library Board receive this report for information.
Item #314949: 2013 TRUSTEES' RECORD OF ATTENDANCE
Ottawa Public Library Board
2014-01-13
2504Motion To: That the Ottawa Public Library Board receive this monitoring report for information.
Item #314951: MONITORING REPORT: A.9 INDEPENDENCE OF THE BOARD
Ottawa Public Library Board
2014-01-13
2505Motion To: That the Ottawa Public Library Board receive this monitoring report for information.
Item #314952: MONITORING REPORT: A.11 LINK TO SHARED SERVICES
Ottawa Public Library Board
2014-01-13
2506Motion To: That the Ottawa Public Library Board receive this monitoring report for information.
Item #314953: MONITORING REPORT: A.12 LINK BETWEEN THE CEO AND CITY OF OTTAWA MANAGEMENT TEAM
Ottawa Public Library Board
2014-01-13
2507Motion To: That the Ottawa Public Library Board receive this report for information.
Item #314954: 2014 CALENDAR OF REPORTS, OUTSTANDING INQUIRIES, MOTIONS, AND UNSCHEDULED REPORTS
Ottawa Public Library Board
2014-01-13