OTTAWA CITY COUNCIL

24 june 2009

ANDREW S. HAYDON HALL

10:00 a.m.

 

AGENDA 69

 

 

 

1.       Prayer

 

 

2.                 National Anthem (Councillor M. McRae )

 

 

3.       Announcements/Ceremonial Activities

 

·        Recognition - Angels in Action Day in Ottawa

·        Presentation - City Manager's Awards for Excellence

 

 

4.       Roll Call

 

 

5.       Confirmation of Minutes

 

Confirmation of Minutes of the regular meeting of 10 June 2009.

 

 

6.       Declarations of interest including those originally arising from prior meetings

 

 


7.       Communications

 

·                    Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Alerts :

·        Feed-in Tariff Contract Posted for Comment

·        Count Me In! Community Challenge Now Underway

·        Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing Signs $1.2 billion Housing Agreement with Federal Government

·        Green Energy Act Planning Approval Regulation Consultations

·        Important Report on Early Learning Signals Direction Ontario Must Take for Future Prosperity

 

·                    Responses to Inquiries

·        16-09 - Introduction of Reports at Council by Committee Chairs

 

·                    Petition containing the signatures of 1,844 Ottawa residents, opposing the use of City facilities (including Lansdowne Park) for military trade shows. 

 

 

8.       Regrets

 

Councillor S. Desroches (City Business) and Mayor O’Brien have advised they will be absent from the Council meeting of 24 June 2009.

 

 

9.       Ottawa Community Housing Corporation

 

 

1.             OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDER

 

                RAPPORT ANNUEL ET ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE ANNUELLE DE LA SOCIÉTÉ DE LOGEMENT COMMUNAUTAIRE D’OTTAWA

 

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve:

 

1.         That the 2008-2009 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Annual Report be received.

 

2.         That the Audited Financial Statements of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for the year 2008 be received (Attachment 1).

 

3.         That the Update re: the 2008-2011 Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) Strategic Plan be received.

 

4.         That Ernst and Young be appointed as the Auditors of Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC) for the year 2009.

 

5.         That Mr. Jay Zakaib’s resignation letter effective May 14, 2009 be received (Attachment 1 A).

 

6.         That the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign a written resolution on behalf of the City of Ottawa as Shareholder of OCHC setting out the resolutions approved by City Council.

 

 

10.     Postponements and Deferrals

 

CITY COUNCIL – 27 MAY 2009

 

MOTION NO. 67/14

 

Moved by Councillor B. Monette

Seconded by Councillor R. Bloess

 

WHEREAS, as a former Mayor of Cumberland and Former Regional, Chair Peter D. Clark envisioned the current Orléans Town Center;

 

AND WHEREAS, as a respected city father, Peter D. Clark’s extensive and focused contribution to the Township of Cumberland should be appropriately commemorated in relation to the Orléans Town Centre;

 

AND WHEREAS a process similar to the commemorative naming process for buildings was followed to ensure that the community supported the recommended name of Peter D. Clark Place for the road which will encircle the Orléans Town Center;

 

AND WHEREAS there is resounding support for this name in the community;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the road circling the Orléans Town Center be named Peter D. Clark Place.

 


MOTION NO. 67/15

 

 

Moved by Councillor A. Cullen

Seconded by Councillor R. Bloess

 

WHEREAS, staff has raised operational concerns regarding the renaming of the road circling the Orléans Town Center;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Motion No. 67/14 be deferred until the June 24, 2009 City Council meeting to allow the ward Councillor to work with staff on mitigating any concerns.

 

                                                                                                DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 

CITY COUNCIL – 10 JUNE 2009

 

 

CORPORATE SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 43

 

 

4.             BEECHWOOD CEMETERY – REIMBURSEMENT OF FEES

 

CIMETIÈRE BEECHWOOD – REMBOURSEMENT DES DROITS

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.   Approve, as an indication of its strong support for this national institution, the reimbursement of fees and charges totalling $111,693.29, as follows:

 

From 2009 Planning operating budget revenue account - $ 19,207.51;

From Water Capital Reserve Fund - $ 6,100.00; and

From City-Wide Capital Reserve (Building permit fees & DC’s) - $86,385.75; and

 

2.   Direct staff to develop a policy and process for responding to these requests, including the criteria for a request to qualify, upset limit for refunds and source of funding, and to report back to Committee in September 2009.

 

DEFERRED by the following Motion:

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

WHEREAS additional information was received subsequent to Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee’s consideration of this matter;

 

AND WHEREAS staff require additional time to review this additional information;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Item 4 of Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 43, Beechwood Cemetery – Reimbursement of Fees, be deferred to the Council meeting of 24 June 2009.

 

                                                                                                            DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 

11.     Motion to Introduce Reports

(Councillors D. Thompson and E. El-Chantiry)

 

CITY MANAGER

 

 

1.         MID-TERM GOVERNANCE REVIEW

 

            EXAMEN DE MI-MANDAT SUR LA GOUVERNANCE

 

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS

 

1.      That, at its meeting of June 10, 2009, Council receive and table the “Mid-term Governance Review” report and refer the report to the June 16, 2009 meeting of the Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee for the purpose of receiving public delegations.

 

      RECEIVED, TABLED AND REFERRED

 

2.      That, at it its meeting of June 24, 2009, Council consider and approve the following recommendations related to the Council and Committee structure and procedures:

 

Part I – Standing Committees

 

1)      The principles and process for delegation to Standing Committees, Ward Councillors and staff outlined in the report.

2)      The process for Standing Committee strategic planning as outlined in the report.

3)      The ability of Standing Committees to identify ‘policy sponsors’ to work directly with staff on specific Committee initiatives.

4)      The following Standing Committee structure for the remainder of the 2006-2010 Council term as outlined in the report:

a.                  Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee

b.                  Audit, Budget and Finance Committee

c.                   Planning and Environment Committee

d.                  Community and Protective Services Committee

e.                  Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee

f.                    Transportation Committee

g.                  Transit Committee

5)      The Council and Standing Committee Meeting Calendar as outlined in the report.

6)      The Council and Standing Committee process improvements outlined in the report related to:

a.      Items that Cross Committee Mandates

b.      Motions Arising from ‘Open Mike’ Sessions

c.       Advisory Committee Extra-Mandate Recommendations

d.      Meeting Times and Location

7)      That Standing Committees proceed with confirming the Chairs at the first Standing Committee meeting following the adoption of this report, notwithstanding the Rules of Procedure.

 

Part II – City Council

 

1)      The implementation of a Bulk Consent Agenda and the procedures for lifting an item from the Bulk Consent Agenda as outlined in this report.

2)      That the Mayor and Standing Committee Chairs be authorized to place related items together on the relevant agenda.

3)      The process for listing responses to Council Inquiries with Standing Committee Inquiries at the relevant Standing Committee and then Council.

4)      That boilerplate information be included on the Council Agenda listing as outlined in the report.

5)      That Committee Chairs, or their designate, present Committee recommendations to Council as outlined in the report.

 

Part III – Local Boards

 

1)      That the Library Board report directly to Council and that the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board sit on the Selection Panel to appoint new Members.

2)      The establishment of a separate Board of Health and direct staff to take the necessary steps to effect change.

 


Part IV – Citizen Engagement

 

1)      Direction to City Clerk staff and City staff to work with Advisory Committees to identify processes and procedures to help Advisory Committees more effectively fulfill their individual mandates.

2)      The Advisory Committee processes as outlined in the report.

3)      That the Procedure By-law be amended to permit Advisory Committee representatives to address Standing Committees for ten minutes on any item within the Advisory Committee’s mandate.

4)      Direction to City Clerk staff to develop a Petition Policy as outlined in the report.

 

Part V – Governance – Other Matters

 

1)      That the Procedure By-law be amended so that the Ward Councillor(s) have the opportunity to open and close debate, on matters that directly affect identifiable wards, subject to the overarching right of the Chair.

2)      That the City’s report template and processes be amended to provide the Ward Councillor(s) with the opportunity to provide formal comments on staff reports related to an identifiable ward(s).

3)      That Councillors be provided with a global budget with which to run their offices, modelled after the Mayor’s budget.

4)      Increasing the office budgets of Standing Committee Chairs to approximately .5 of an FTE in order to assist the Chair in managing the additional workload.

5)      The amendments to the Procedure By-law as outlined in the report related to the following:

a.      Suspension of the Rules

b.      Recommendations Rejected by Standing Committees

c.       Reconsideration

d.      Directions to Staff

e.      Meetings Investigator Recommendations Regarding In Camera Process

f.        Voting in Council

6)      Amendments to the Delegation of Authority By-law as outlined in the report.

7)      That the Procedure By-law and the Delegation of Authority By-law and any other related By-laws, as amended by this report, be included in the by-law listing of the July 8, 2009 Council meeting.

8)      That the current Meetings Investigator’s contract be extended until formal consideration of the 2010-2014 Governance Review and that future reports to Council from the Meeting Investigator include a staff comment.

 

 


CITY CLERK AND SOLICITOR

 

 

1.          STATUS UPDATE – COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 10 JUNE 2009

 

                RAPPORT DE SUIVI DES DEMANDES DE RENSEIGNEMENTS ET DES MOTIONS DU CONSEIL MUNICIPAL POUR LA PÉRIODE PRENANT FIN LE 10 JUIN 2009

 

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 42

 

 

1.             DOWDALL MUNICIPAL DRAIN

 

INSTALLATIONS MUNICIPALES DE DRAINAGE DOWDALL

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council refer the report to the Drainage Engineer for further analysis in order to establish and reduce the works down to what is absolutely required in order to reduce the costs.

 

 

 

2.             ZONING - 3800 HEUVELMANS ROAD

 

ZONAGE - 3800, CHEMIN HEUVELMANS

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

(This application is subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve an amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of part of 3800 Heuvelmans Road from Agricultural Zone "AG" to Agricultural Subzone 5 "AG5" as shown in Document 1.

 

 


 

 

3.             COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2008-250: APPEAL TO THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD (SIXTH REPORT) - 2485 CARP ROAD

 

RÈGLEMENT GÉNÉRAL DE ZONAGE  2008-250 : APPEL À LA COMMISSION DES AFFAIRES MUNICIPALES DE L’ONTARIO (SIXIÈME RAPPORT) - 2485, CHEMIN CARP

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve the amendment as described in the Details of Recommended Zoning in Document 1, to resolve an appeal to By-law 2008-250, and forward a by-law incorporating the required amendment to the Ontario Municipal Board.

 

 

COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT 41A

 

 

1.          PERMITTED TIMES FOR CONSTRUCTION NOISE AT INFILL HOUSING SITES

 

HEURES PERMISES – BRUITS DES TRAVAUX DE CONSTRUCTION SUR LES CHANTIERS D’HABITATIONS INTERCALAIRES  

 

 

Committee RecommendationS

 

That Council approve that, for infill housing only, the City of Ottawa permits the sound generated by construction equipment during the following times:

(a)        between the hours of 7a.m. to 8p.m., Monday through Friday

(b)        between the hours of 9a.m. and 7p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays.

(c)        for the purposes of this motion, infill housing means a development that occurs on a single lot, or a consolidated number of small lots on sites that are vacant or underdeveloped.

 

 

 

2.          911 ANNUAL REPORT 2008

 

RAPPORT ANNUEL (2008) SUR LE SERVICE 9-1-1

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

 

 

3.          OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH STAFFING UPDATE

 

MISE À JOUR SUR LA DOTATION DU PERSONNEL DE SANTÉ PUBLIQUE OTTAWA

 

 

Committee RecommendationS

 

That Council approve

 

1.         An  increase of FTEs for the Healthy Sexuality and Risk Reduction Unit, from 0.3 to 1.8, to be funded 100% by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) AIDS Bureau, and

 

2.         The establishment of one (1) FTE in the Communicable Disease Control and Outbreak Management Unit, for a full-time Infection Prevention and Control Nurse (ICN), to be funded 100% by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Car

 

 

COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT 42 (IN CAMERA)

 

 

1.         APPOINTMENT TO A DEDICATED SEAT ON THE SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE – IN CAMERA - PERSONAL MATTERS ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL – REPORTING OUT DATE, UPON COUNCIL APPROVAL

 

                NOMINATION À UN SIÈGE RÉSERVÉ SUR LE COMITÉ CONSULTATIF SUR LES PERSONNES ÂGÉES – À HUIS CLOS - QUESTIONS PERSONNELLES CONCERNANT UN PARTICULIER SUSCEPTIBLE D’ÊTRE IDENTIFIÉS - DATE DE DIFFUSION, SUR APPROBATION PAR LE CONSEIL

 

 

            To be dealt with In Camera

 

 


COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT 42A

 

 

1.          ACTION OTTAWA 2006 – ORLEANS TOWN CENTRE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT 41 UNITS BEING DEVELOPED BY WIGWAMEN INCOPORATED

 

ACTION OTTAWA 2006 – PROJET DE LOGEMENTS À PRIX ABORDABLE DU CENTRE-VILLE D’ORLÉANS – 41 LOGEMENTS CONSTRUITS PAR WIGWAMEN INCORPORATED

 

 

Committee RecommendationS

 

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the Action Ottawa program, approve:

 

1.         An allocation of $2,870,000.00 (being $70,000.00 per unit) to Wigwamen Incorporated for the development of 41 Affordable Housing units as further set out in this Report from the $34,600,000.00 total funding allocation that the City was previously awarded by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing under the Canada-Ontario New Affordable Housing Program (2003), Rental and Supportive Component program.

 

2.         That Staff be directed to negotiate a Municipal Housing Project Facilities Agreement with Wigwamen Incorporated to provide for a grant of $1,230,000.00 from City capital funds, a grant of $65,000.00 in lieu of building permit fees, and an estimated  $360,000.00 in relief from development charges, parkland levies and planning fees, subject to: (i) any conditions imposed by the Action Ottawa Selection Committee, (ii) the Municipal Housing Facilities By-law (2006-1), and, (iii) Council enacting a Municipal Housing Project Facilities By-law for this project.

 

3.         That the City Clerk and Solicitor be authorized to forward the project specific Municipal Housing Project Facilities by-law directly to City Council for enactment in accordance with the Municipal Housing Facilities By-law 2006-1, subject to successful negotiation and execution of the Municipal Housing Project Facilities Agreement.

 

4.         That the General Manager of Community and Social Services Department be authorized to advance to Wigwamen Incorporated, prior to the registration on title of a mortgage to secure City contributions, up to $250,000.00 of the $1,230,000.00 City capital funds for permissible predevelopment expenses subject to execution of a Municipal Housing Project Facilities Agreement between the City and Wigwamen Incorporated.

 

 

CORPORATE SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 44

 

 

1.         USE OF CITY FACILITIES FOR MILITARY TRADE SHOWS

 

PROCESSUS ET CALENDRIER BUDGÉTAIRES PROPOSÉS POUR 2010

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve that the City of Ottawa:

 

1.         Recognize its role as host city for trade shows that help fulfill Canada’s national level responsibilities; and

 

2.                  Continue to include consideration of national level trade shows in its economic development strategies and practices and in its facilities allocation policies.

 

 

 

2.             MID-TERM GOVERNANCE REVIEW

 

EXAMEN DE MI-MANDAT SUR LA GOUVERNANCE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

 

 

3.             NEW CENTRAL LIBRARY SITE

 

NOUVELLE BIBLIOTHEQUE CENTRAL - EMPLACEMENT

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.            Approve the entire city block, bounded by Lyon, Albert, Bay and Slater as the recommended site for the location of the new central library;

 

2.            Establish a 2009 capital funding authority in the amount of $26 million for the new central library project as outlined in the Financial Implications section of this report;

 

3.            Subject to approval of Recommendations 1 and 2, authorize and direct the Real Estate Partnerships and Development Office to:

 

a)                  Obtain all necessary appraisals and surveys of the properties known municipally as 388, 400, 408, 414 Albert Street and 156-160 Lyon Street (the “Lands”), shown as Parcels “A” to “E” on Document “1” attached and described as follows:

 

·        Parcel “A”:  156 - 160 Lyon Street north - PIN 041140009, 041140010 - Part Lot 16 and Lot 17, Plan 3922 south side of Albert Street, owned by Benjamin Feinstein;

·        Parcel “B”:  388 Albert Street - PIN 041140011, 041140012 - part lot l6, south side of Albert Street, Plan 3922, owned by Irene and Bruno Kaczmarek;

·        Parcel “C”:  400 Albert Street - PIN 04114008 - Part lots 14, 15 South side of Albert Street and Lots 12, 13, 14, 15,16, 17 north side of Slater Street, Plan 3922 except part 2, 4R-10209, owned by The Civil Service Co-operative Credit Society Limited;

·        Parcel “D”:  408 Albert Street - PIN 041140366 - Lot 13 south side of Albert Street, Plan 3922, owned by 1470475 Ontario Inc.; and

·        Parcel “E”:  414 Albert Street - PIN 041140365 - Lot 12 south side of Albert Street, Plan 3922, owned by 1470475 Ontario Inc;

 

b)      Acquire the Lands by negotiation and agreement; and

 

c)      Report back to Committee and Council prior to finalizing and executing all documents and agreements arising from the acquisition of the Lands; and

 

4.      Deem the notice given of the budget amendment in the 12 June 2009 editions of the Ottawa Citizen and Le Droit to comply with the Notice By-law.

 

 

 

4.             2009 WARD BOUNDARY REVIEW – Fernbank lands

 

        Examen 2009 des limites de quartiers – TERRes de FERNBANK

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the minor ward boundary adjustment as illustrated in Document 1, which redistributes the Fernbank Lands from Ward 21 to Wards 6 and 23.

 

 


 

 

5.             Financing of the City Portion of Infrastructure Stimulus Projects

 

Financement de la portion de la Ville concernant les projets de stimulation de l'infrastructure

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

a)      Approve the projects and the City financing share of the Infrastructure Stimulus Projects as outlined in Document 1;

 

b)      Temporarily amend:

i)        Schedule E, sections 11 (4) and (5) of the Delegated Authority by-law as detailed in this report for the acquisition of land associated with the approved Stimulus projects;

ii)      Section 21 (9) of the Purchasing By-law as detailed in this report for purposes of procuring goods and services related to the approved Stimulus projects;

 

c)      Authorize the City Treasurer to:

i)        Make a loan application for any eligible debt identified in Document 1 to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s Municipal Infrastructure Lending Program;

ii)      Negotiate and sign all required loan agreements and documentation;

iii)    Bring debenture by-law(s) to Council if required, to complete the request for loan advances under this loan facility; and

 

d)      Authorize the Treasurer to make any financing adjustments to the Stimulus projects as required.

 

e)   That, should the Province of Ontario provide their share of funding for the Hunt Club / 417 interchange within the requested time limits, that the City Treasurer be delegated the authority to establish the necessary debt to fund the City’s share of the interchange within the parameters of the City’s Fiscal Framework and Provincial debt limits.

 

 


 

 

6.             2008 CITY OF OTTAWA CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 

                ÉTATS FINANCIERS CONSOLIDÉS DE 2008 DE LA VILLE D’OTTAWA

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the 2008 City of Ottawa Consolidated Financial Statements.

 

 

 

7.             2008 INVESTMENT AND ENDOWMENT FUND REPORT

 

RAPPORT DE 2008 SUR LE FONDS DE DOTATION ET L’INVESTISSEMENT

 

 

          COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report on the results of the City’s investments for 2008 as required by Ontario Regulation 438/97 as amended to Regulation 39/07, Section 8 (1), and the City’s Investment Policy.

 

 

 

8.             SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2008 AND DISTRIBUTION OF SURPLUS

 

états financiers des fonds d’amortissement de 2008 et répartition des excédents

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive the Sinking Fund Financial Statements for 2008 and approve the distribution of the sum of $2,378,163.59 from the City of Ottawa Sinking Fund representing the surplus in excess of the debenture commitment authorized by by-law 126-1989 which matured 31 May 2009, to the City of Ottawa.

 

 


 

 

9.             FINANCING LEASE AGREEMENTS 2008

 

Ententes de Financement des baux financiers de 2008

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report on outstanding Lease Financing Agreements as at 31 December 2008 as required by Ontario Regulation 653/05 amended to Regulation 604/06 and the City’s Debt and Financing Policy.

 

 

 

10.          LEASE AMENDING AGREEMENT - 738 GLADSTONE AVENUE - ANGELO LORELLI - AMBULANCE POST

 

Accord modificateur du bail de location – 738, avenue Gladstone – Angelo Lorelli – Poste du service paramédic

 

 
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve the Lease Amending Agreement between the City (Tenant) and Angelo Lorelli (Landlord) for approximately 3,479ft2 of space for an Ambulance Post located at 738 Gladstone Avenue in the City of Ottawa for a term of five (5) years commencing 1 September 2009 and ending on 31 August 2015 for an estimated gross annual rent of $127,505.35 in year one.  Subsequent years will be adjusted to reflect changes in operating costs and realty taxes.

 

 

 

11.          CAPITAL FUNDING SUPPORT – THE OTTAWA HOSPITAL - GENERAL, RIVERSIDE AND CIVIC CAMPUSES

 

Soutien au FINANCEMENT DES IMMOBILISATIONS – HÔPITAL D’OTTAWA – CAMPUS GÉNÉRAL, RIVERSIDE ET CIVIC

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve that:

 

1.                  The Ottawa Hospital – General, Riverside and Civic Campuses be remitted $1,525,008.64, representing the amount paid to the City for Cash-in-lieu of Parkland ($101,143.59), Planning application fees ($13,158.60) and the Building permit fees ($1,410,706.45) for construction projects undertaken pursuant to the hospital’s approved 10-Year Capital Program up to and including March 31, 2009, as noted in Document 2 to this report;

 

2.                  The Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland remittance ($101,143.59), and the Building Permit fees remittance ($1,410,706.45) be funded from the City-Wide Capital Reserve Fund; and

 

3.                  The Planning Application fees remittance ($13,158.60) be funded from the 2009 Planning and Growth Management 2009 Planning Application fees revenue budget.  

 

 

 

12.       ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN grant application – JARDIN ROYAL GARDEN INC. – 2802‑2810 ST. JOSEPH BOULEVARD (File no. D03-01-07 STJOG 1)

 

Demande de subvention du Plan d’amélioration communautaire du boulevard St-Joseph – Jardin royal garden inc. – 2802-2810, boulevard St-Joseph

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.      Approve the St. Joseph Boulevard Community Improvement Plan Grant Application submitted by Jardin Royal Garden Inc., owner of the property at 2802‑2810 St. Joseph Boulevard, for a Development Incentive Grant not to exceed $735,060, payable to Jardin Royal Garden Inc. over a maximum of 10 years subject to the Owner entering into an Agreement, as provided for in the approved St. Joseph Boulevard Community Improvement Plan; and

 

2.      Authorise staff to negotiate a Development Assistance Agreement with Jardin Royal Garden Inc. establishing the terms and conditions governing the payment of the Development Incentive Grant for the redevelopment of 2802-2810 St. Joseph Boulevard satisfactory to the Deputy City Manager, Infrastructure Services and Community Sustainability, the City Solicitor and the City Treasurer.

 

 


 

 

13.          REQUEST FOR DEVELOPMENT CHARGE EXEMPTION - 1635 RIVERSIDE dRIVE

 

DEMANDE D’EXEMPTION DES REDEVANCES D’AMÉNAGEMENT – 1635, PROMENADE RIVERSIDE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an exemption from the payment of development charges by Lycée Claudel (1635 Riverside Drive) as a non-profit corporation under Section 7(s) of the Development Charges By-law 2004-298.

 

 

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 53

 

 

1.          RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL AIR QUALITY MAPPING PILOT PROJECT

 

RÉSULTATS DU PROJET PILOTE DE CARTOGRAPHIE DE LA QUALITÉ DE L'AIR DE LA CAPITALE NATIONALE

 

 

Committee recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Receive the results of the National Capital Air Quality Mapping Project as detailed in this report; and

 

2.         Direct staff to report back on the results of the air quality monitoring program in one year.

 

 

 

2.             WATER EFFICIENCY PLAN:  PHASE 1 UPDATE

 

                PLAN DE VALORISATION DE L’EAU : MISE À JOUR SUR LA PHASE 1

 

 

Committee recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Receive and accept this annual report on implementation of the City’s Water Efficiency Plan: Phase I.

 

2.         Approve the modifications to the Water Efficiency Plan: Phase I, as described herein.


 

3.             WATER LOSS CONTROL 2008 SUMMARY REPORT

 

                STRATÉGIE DE CONTRÔLE DES PERTES EN EAU EN 2008

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

 

 

4.             FERNBANK COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT; TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN; MASTER SERVICING PLAN; AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

 

Plan de conception communautaire de FERNBANK : modification au Plan officiel ; Plan directeur des transports ; Plan directeur de viabilisation ; et plan de gestion environnementale

 

 

Committee recommendations as amended

 

(This application is subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council:

 

1.      Approve the Fernbank Community Design Plan in Document 3, the Transportation Master Plan in Document 4, the Master Servicing Plan in Document 5 and the Environmental Management Plan in Document 6, which have been submitted under separate cover.

 

2.         Approve Official Plan Amendment No. XX to the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as detailed in Document 2, to implement the Community Design Plan.

 

3.         Amend Document 2 – Official Plan Amendment to correct an error in the legend by deleting Schedule 2 and replacing it with a new Schedule 2.

 

4.         Amend Document 2 – Official Plan Amendment by deleting policy 2 vi) and replacing it with a new policy 2 vi).

 

5.         Amend Document 3 – Fernbank Community Design Plan, by deleting Figure 11 – Greenspace Plan and replacing with a new Figure 11.

 

6.         Amend Document 3 – Fernbank Community Design Plan, Section 6.4.3 Road Network for Arterial Road/Transit Corridor by adding the following bullet:

·        At both Terry Fox Drive and the North-South Arterial extension provision should be made for possible grade separation of these transportation facilities where they intersect this potential rapid transit corridor.  At the North-South Arterial there is also the intersecting new Abbott Street extension, which makes such a grade separation more problematic; consideration of a long-term grade separation of these various transportation facilities at this location will be addressed as part of the EA study being soon undertaken by the City for the Western Transitway segment from Kanata Centrum to Fernbank Road.

7.         Amend Document 3 – Fernbank Community Design Plan, Section 6.5.4 Linkages and Pathways by deleting the last bullet and replacing it with the following:

·        It is recommended that lands to accommodate a grade separation of the TransCanada Trail, whose use may in the long term include a rapid transit corridor, at the North-South Arterial be protected for.

 

8.         Amend Document 3 – Fernbank Community Design Plan, Section 7.7 Affordable Housing, by deleting the first bullet in the third paragraph and replacing it with the following:

·        “City Council or a social housing provider may acquire land to build social housing units equivalent to approximately 7% of the total units anticipated”.

 

9.         Amend Document 3 – Fernbank Community Design Plan, Section 6.4.3 Road Network by deleting the following bullet for Collector Roads and Local Roads:

·        Coordinate the location of trees, street fixtures, utility and light poles, and signs.

 

and replacing it with the following:

·        Coordinate the location of trees, street fixtures, telecommunications equipment, utility and light poles, and signs.

 

10.       Amend Document 3 – Fernbank Community Design Plan, by deleting Figure 18 –Cross –Section for 26m Major Collector Road and replacing it with a new Figure 18 as shown in Attachment 4.

 

11.       Amend Document 4 – Transportation Master Plan, Section 12.1 Plan of Roads by adding a new paragraph before the earlier paragraph that begins with “It is also noteworthy …”, to read as follows:

“The TransCanada Trail runs along a corridor that has been identified in the Ottawa Official Plan and Transportation Master Plan as a long-term (post-2031) potential rapid transit corridor both within Ottawa and possibly beyond to communities such as Carleton Place.  It is also a part of a long-term commuter rail network referenced in the Mayor Task Force on Transportation (2007).  At both Terry Fox Drive and the North-South Arterial extension provision should be made for possible grade separation of these transportation facilities where they intersect this potential rapid transit corridor.  At the North-South Arterial there is also the intersecting new Abbott Street extension, which makes such a grade separation more problematic; consideration of a long-term grade separation of these various transportation facilities at this location will be addressed as part of the EA study being soon undertaken by the City for the Western Transitway segment from Kanata Centrum to Fernbank Road”.

 

12.       Amend Document 4 – Transportation Master Plan, Section 12.2 Pedestrian and Cycling Plans by adding the following sentence at the end of the third paragraph:

As stated in Section 12.2 the issue of potential grade separation must also be considered for this same east-west corridor whose use may in the long term include a rapid transit corridor.

 

13.       Amend Document 5, Master Servicing Study, Section 13.0 Conclusions by adding the following as the second last bullet under Storm Drainage:

·        A local grade raise constraint affects the storm sewer west of Terry Fox Drive between the Glen Cairn SWF and the Trans-Canada Trail.  The constraint area is identified on the Grading Plan and may lead to reduced sewer cover, sewer insulation, units without basements, or geotechnical techniques to raise the grade such as pre-loading or light-weight fill.  Resolution of this local constraint will be addressed at detailed design stage in conjunction with Plans of Subdivision.

 

14.       Amend Document 5, Master Servicing Study, Section 13.0 Conclusions by adding the following as the last bullet under Wastewater Collection:

·        A local grade raise constraint affects the wastewater system west of the Carp River between Hazeldean Road and the Carp Tributary.  The constraint area is identified on the Grading Plan and may lead to reduced sewer cover, sewer insulation, units without basements, or geotechnical techniques to raise the grade such as pre-loading or light-weight fill.  Resolution of this local constraint will be addressed at detailed design stage in conjunction with Plans of Subdivision.

 

 


 

 

5.                   ZONING - PART OF 6111 HAZELDEAN ROAD

 

                ZONAGE - PARTIE DE 6111, CHEMIN HAZELDEAN

 

 

Committee recommendation

 

(This application is subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of part of 6111 Hazeldean Road from Development Reserve Zone (DR) to General Mixed-Use Exception Holding Zone (GM [xxxx] H (11) -h) as shown in Document 2 and as detailed in Document 3.

 

 


 

6.                   ZONING - 1001 CANADIAN SHIELD AVENUE

 

                ZONAGE - 1001, AVENUE CANADIAN SHIELD

 

 

Committee recommendation

 

(This application is subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve an amendment to Zoning By law 2008 250 to change the zoning of 1001 Canadian Shield Avenue from DR (Development Reserve) to MCxx Sxxx (Mixed-use Centre Subzone xx Schedule xxx) as detailed in Document 2 and as shown in Documents 1 and 3.

 

 

 

7.                   Zoning – 131, 135 AND 137 Holland Avenue

 

                ZONAGE – 131, 135 ET 137, AVENUE HOLLAND

 

 

Committee recommendation

 

(This application is subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve an amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 131, 135 and 137 Holland Avenue as shown in Document 1 from “GM[130] F(3.0) H(19) and GM[130] F(1.5) H(11) – General Mixed-Use Zone" to a new GM [xxxx] F(3.86) Sxx – General Mixed-Use Zone with exceptions and a schedule as detailed in Document 2 and Document 3.

 

8.                   URBAN TREE CONSERVATION STRATEGY

 

STRATÉGIE DE CONSERVATION DES ARBRES URBAINS

 

 

Committee recommendationS as amended

 

That Council:

 

1.         Enact the Urban Tree Conservation By-law for private land as detailed in Document 1 with an immediate effective date for Part II and an effective date of 1 September 2009 for Part III;

 

2.         Approve the Tree Conservation Report Guidelines (previously the Tree Preservation and Protection Plan) as detailed in Document 2 for use in the development review process.

 

3.         Amend the draft Urban Tree Conservation By-law (Document 1) to include, in addition to the Urban Area, the proposed urban boundary expansion areas and a one-kilometre buffer.

 

4.         Amend the proposed Urban Tree Conservation By-law to state that:

(a)        The Urban Tree Conservation By-law shall apply to the circumstance where a distinctive tree straddles the boundary of municipal and private property and the Municipal Trees and Natural Areas Protection By-law shall not apply;

(b)        The consent of all property owners is required for the injury or destruction of such a distinctive tree; and

(c)        The issuance of a distinctive tree permit by the City constitutes the consent of the City to the injury or destruction of the distinctive tree.

 

 

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 54

 

 

1.                   DEVELOPMENT CHARGES POLICY REPORT

 

RAPPORT SUR LA POLITIQUE DES REDEVANCES D’AMÉNAGEMENT

 

 

Committee recommendations as amended

 

That Council approve:

 

1.         The revised City of Ottawa Development Charge Background Study dated June 8, 2009 and the City of Ottawa Area-Specific Development Charge Background Study dated June 8, 2009, issued separately, with the following amendments:

 

a.   That the three large area Single Dwelling Unit (SDU) residential rates as described in the City of Ottawa Development Charges Background Study, dated June 8, 2009 be amended, based on anticipated funding from the Stimulus Program, as follows: Inside the Greenbelt SDU charge of $15,536 (was $16,111), Outside the Greenbelt SDU charge of $22,071 (was $22,546) and Rural SDU charge of $14,769 (was $15,244);

 

b.   That the Non-residential General development charge be amended, based on anticipated funding from the Stimulus Program, as follows: $16.06 per square foot for full service rate (was $16.63), Non-residential Commercial/Institutional/Industrial rate be capped at $13.01 (was $13.47) and that the (full service) rate for Limited Industrial uses be set at $7.39 (was $7.65);

 

2.         That the current list of non-statutory exemptions, subject to the proposed transitional provisions, be modified as follows:

 

a.   That the development charge exemptions for non-profit health care facilities be limited to the portion that is not reimbursed or subsidized by either the Provincial or Federal government;

b.      The types of non-profit uses that will be exempt by resolution of Council was narrowed to include child care and long term care facilities, which are both municipally mandated services;

c.       The residential Development Charges exemption within the designated areas fronting lsabella Street and Chamberlain Avenue, was removed;

d.   The area-based exemption for residential properties in downtown Ottawa will be discontinued after two years, as of August 1, 2011, and no transitional provisions will apply.

 

3.         That rates be indexed on an annual basis, commencing on August 1, 2010 in accordance with the Statistics Canada Infrastructure Development Charges Price Index;

 

4.         That the current Development Charges By-laws be repealed and that the successor general development charge by-law and the area-specific stormwater by-laws, substantially in the form and content included in the City of Ottawa Development Charges Background Study, dated June 8, 2009 and the City of Ottawa Area-specific Development Charges Background Study for Individual Stormwater Management Ponds and Drainage Systems, dated June 8, 2009 be enacted;

 

5.         The policy regarding front-ending agreements as detailed in Document 3 be approved including the provision for the award of contracts for front-ended works upon certification by an independent engineer that the contract provides for a competitive price;

 

6.         Subject to 2(d), that owners who have filed a building permit application prior to September 15, 2009 and obtain a building permit prior to December 31, 2009 be subject to the lesser of the total rates in place as of June 23, 2009 and June 25, 2009;

 

7.         That the requirement for being eligible for current provisions within the exemption zone be based on entering into an approved site plan agreement with the City before the end of the 24-month transition time frame;

 

8.         That the requirement for being eligible for current provisions provided to the application of redevelopment credits applied to the demolition of buildings that are statutorily exempt be based on entering into an approved site plan agreement with the City before the end of the 24-month transition time frame;

 

9.         That the proposed increase in the development charge rates be phased in, according to the following schedule:

 

a.   From the time of By-law enforce date to January 15, 2010 the rates in the current by-law will be in effect;

b.   January 16, 2010 to January 15, 2011 - current rates plus 25 per cent of difference between current and calculated charges;

c.   January 16, 2011 to January 15, 2012 - current rates plus 50 per cent of difference between current and calculated charges;

d.   January 16, 2012 to January 15, 2013 - current rates plus 75 per cent of difference between current and calculated charges;

e.   January 16, 2013 to by-law expiry -full calculated rates.

 

 

10.       That the timing of payment of non-residential development charges be calculated in two instalments - the non-discounted portion of the charge shall be paid at the time of issuance of the building permit and the discounted portion of the charge shall be payable at a maximum of two years from the date of issuance of the initial building permit subject to certain conditions.  This option will not be available to institutional developments.

 

11.       That the development in the vicinity of transit stations reduction due to the proximity to rapid transit networks are consistent with the zoning bylaw.

 

12.       That the redevelopment of land credits be amended so that any demolitions of pre-existing residential and non-residential buildings that have taken place prior to the passage of the new by-law, excluding a type of use exempt from paying development charges, be subject to redevelopment credit expiry period ending January 1 2019.

 

13.       That as part of the passage of the main by-law a mid-term review will be undertaken to determine if sufficient revenue is being contributed to meet development-related cost requirements.

 

14.       That pursuant to the Development Charges Act, subsection 12(3), no further notice or meeting is required. 

 

 

TRANSIT COMMITTEE REPORT 28

 

    

1.             TRANSIT SERVICES ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT 2008

 

RAPPORT ANNUEL SUR LE RENDEMENT DES SERVICES DE TRANSPORT EN COMMUN 2008

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

 

    

2.             TRANSIT SERVICES: PROGRESS ON REFINEMENT TO POLICY STANDARDS

 

Service de Transport en commun : Progrès sur le raffinement de Normes liées aux Politiques

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.         Approve the new policy standards and related performance measures, area coverage (reach), occupancy and service reliability (on-time performance), as detailed in this report.

 

2.         Receive for information the status of the Accessibility Audit.

 

3.         Direct that the six Transit System Management Policies adopted by Council in 2005 be replaced by the resulting set of policy standards of the Transit Services Strategic Branch Review.

 

 

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT 31

 

 

1.             OTTAWA PEDESTRIAN PLAN

 

PLAN DE CIRCULATION PIETONNIERE D’OTTAWA

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Approve the draft Ottawa Pedestrian Plan (Document 1) including:

 

(a)               The policy and technical recommendations (Document 2);

 

(b)               The Pedestrian Improvement Process (Document 3) to be utilized for network refinement and proactive implementation of new sidewalks;

 

(c)                The Rating System for New Sidewalk and Pathway Requests (Document 4) to be utilized for analysis and priority ranking for responsive implementation of new sidewalks;

 

(d)               The Pathway Winter Maintenance Criteria for determining pathways to receive winter maintenance including operating and maintenance cost impacts of applying the new criteria.

 

2.         Direct staff to put forward, for consideration as part of the annual Capital Budget deliberations a request for funding of $3.5 Million per year to support, planning and implementation of sidewalks and pathways and pedestrian education and promotion activities.

 

3.         That Ottawa East, Ottawa Inner and Ottawa Centre be moved to the High/Short Term Priority section of Table 7.7.

 

4.         That the last two words of Recommendation 8.8 be deleted.

 


5.         That the review of design elements of street crossings at wide arterial intersections that involve pedestrian islands (Recommendation 9.1), include the consideration of pedestrian signal activation devices on these pedestrian islands.

 

6.         That Document 3 be amended by adding:

 

“Concerning what is ‘desirable in any given community’, Guidelines attached to any of the City’s Heritage Conservation Districts (HCDs) will determine desirability for pedestrian improvements.”

 

at the end of the first paragraph.

 

7.         That a new criteria (and weighting) be added to “Pedestrian Destination/Generators” at Document 4:

 

Pedestrian connections between separated communities……………10.

 

8.         That all Community Design Plans be required to have a local pedestrian plan;

 

And that local pedestrian plans from Community Design Plans then be applied to the master Pedestrian Plan.

 

9.         That financial resources sufficient to fund an Environmental Assessment for the Clegg/Fifth Avenue bridge be included for debate in the 2010 budget.

 

10.       That a permanent pedestrian connection between Donald Street and Somerset Street East be examined in 2010 and that provision for the study be included in the draft 2010 budget.

 

 

    

2.             READY TO GO INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FUNDING REQUEST: ADDITIONAL NEW SIDEWALK LIST

 

DEMANDE DE FINANCEMENT DES PROJETS D’INFRASTRUCTURES PRIORITAIRES PRETS POUR LA MISE EN CHANTIER : NOUVELLE LISTE DE TROTTOIRS SUPPLEMENTAIRES

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the priority list of additional sidewalks, as outlined in Document 1, as a base for implementation through the Ready-To-Go Infrastructure Funding.


    

3.             PLEASANT PARK AREA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT STUDY

 

ÉTUDE DE GESTION DE LA CIRCULATION LOCALE DU CHEMIN PLEASANT PARK

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.         Approve the revised Pleasant Park Area Traffic Management Study recommendations, as indicated in Document 2, subject to stimulus funding availability for constructing the proposed new sidewalk along Pleasant Park Road.

 

2.         Should stimulus funding for the new sidewalk not be available, approve the initial Pleasant Park Area Traffic Management Study recommendations, as indicated in Document 3.

 

3.      Approve that the implementation of the recommended intersection narrowings and mid-block narrowings be in accordance with the process set out in the Area Traffic Management Guidelines and funding approval as part of future Capital Budget considerations.

 

4.      Direct staff to report back to the Transportation Committee, via an IPD, with a review of the efficacy of the measures to facilitate safe crossing of Pleasant Park to the transitway one year after construction of the sidewalk.

 

 

    

4.             FRONT-ENDING AGREEMENT – WIDENING OF BELCOURT BOULEVARD SOUTH OF INNES ROAD

 

ACCORD DE FINANCEMENT INITIAL – ÉLARGISSEMENT DU BOULEVARD BELCOURT AU SUD DU CHEMIN INNES

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.         Authorize the City to enter into a Front-Ending Agreement with Riotrin Properties (Belcourt) Inc. for the design and construction of widening Belcourt Boulevard from Innes Road south for approximately 330 metres, based upon the Front-Ending principles set forth in Document 2 and the Council approved Front Ending Policy in Document 3, with the final form and content of the Front-Ending Agreement being to the satisfaction of the Deputy City Manager, Infrastructure Services and Community Sustainability Department and the City Solicitor.

 

2.         Authorize the expenditure of $630,235 plus all applicable taxes in 2010 for the reimbursement to Riotrin Properties (Belcourt) Inc. for the oversizing portion of the design and construction of widening Belcourt Boulevard from Innes Road subject to the execution of the Front-Ending Agreement.

 

3.         Approve a pre-commitment of $303,000 against the 2010 Capital Budget, in accordance with the Council approved Front-Ending Agreement Policy.

 

 

12.     Motion to Adopt Reports

(Councillors D. Thompson and E. El-Chantiry)

 

 

13.     Motions of Which Notice has Been Given Previously

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor C. Leadman

Seconded by Councillor D. Holmes

 

WHEREAS Council recently approved the Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland policy to allocate a portion of funds collected to be used for projects in the local proximity in which they were collected;

 

AND WHEREAS there is expected to be a remaining balance in the city wide Cash-in-Lieu fund after committed allocations are implemented;

 

AND WHEREAS determining the areas where the remaining balance originated from would assist in the appropriate distribution of the remaining balance in the spirit of the approved Cash-in-Lieu of parkland policy;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City staff be directed to determine contributions and expenditures in Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland fund from 2003 to present on a ward-by-ward basis;

 

AND FURTHER THAT City staff be directed to allocate the residual balance in the Cash-in-Lieu of Parkland according to the ward contributions to the fund.

 

 


14.     Notices of Motion (For Consideration at Subsequent Meeting)

 

 

15.     Motion to Introduce By-laws                                                     Three Readings

(Councillors D. Thompson and E. El-Chantiry)

 

a)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to appoint a Deputy Treasuer, Revenue and a Deputy Treasurer, Corporate Finance for the City of Ottawa.

 

b)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2007-268 respecting fees and charges for public transit services.

 

c)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume them for public use (Cumberland Ridge Drive).

 

d)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume them for public use (Appleton Drive).

 

e)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to stop up and close part of Brunswick Street on Registered Plan 110574.

 

f)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to protect trees on private property in the urban area.

 

g)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume them for public use (Brisebois Crescent).

 

h)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume them for public use (St. Joseph Boulevard).

 

i)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2002-189 respecting the licensing, regulation and governing of body-rub parlours.

 

j)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning for part of the property known municipally as 3800 Heuvelmans Road.

 

k)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning for the properties known municipally as 131, 135 and 137 Holland Avenue.

 

l)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan for the City of Ottawa to implement the Fernbank Community Design Plan.

 

m)                A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning for the property known municipally as 1001 Canadian Shield Avenue.

 

n)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning for part of the property known municipally as 6111 Hazeldean Road.

 

o)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan for the City of Ottawa to implement changes brought forward from the five year review of the Official Plan as required by the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, as amended.

 

p)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2006-273 to appoint certain Municipal Law Enforcement Officers.

 

q)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2004-60 to appoint Municipal Law Enforcement Officers in accordance with private property parking enforcement.

 

r)                   A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 58 of 1995 of the old Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton (Appointment of Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers By-law) for collection, removal and disposal of waste enforcement.

 

s)                   A by-law of the City of Ottawa amend By-law No. 2003-499 respecting Fire Routes and to repeal By-law 2007-364.

 

t)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at 100 to 140 Whispering Winds Way, 109 to 115 Whispering Winds Way, 141 to 153 Whispering Winds Way as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

 

u)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands on Jersey Tea Circle, North Bluff Drive, Eyebright Crescent and Bowercrest Crescent as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

 

v)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges.

 

w)                A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Riverside South - South Urban Centre Stormwater Facilities.

 

x)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Leitrim - South Urban Centre Stormwater Facilities.

 

y)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Nepean - South Urban Centre Stormwater Facilities.

 

z)                   A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Nepean Ponds in Parks - South Urban Centre Stormwater Facilities.

 

aa)               A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Inner Greenbelt Ponds Stormwater Facilities.

 

bb)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Monahan Drain Stormwater Facilities.

 

cc)               A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Shirley’s Brook Stormwater Facilities.

 

dd)              A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Cardinal Creek Erosion Works Stormwater Facilities.

 

ee)               A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Gloucester Stormwater Facilities.

 

ff)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for N4 and N5 Channelization Stormwater Facilities.

 

gg)               A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for N5 and Channelization Stormwater Facilities.

 

hh)               A by-law of the City of Ottawa for the imposition of development charges for Osgoode/Greely Erosion Control Stormwater Facilities.

 

16.     Confirmation By-law (Councillors D. Thompson and E. El-Chantiry)

 

17.     Inquiries

 

18.     Adjournment  (Councillors D. Thompson and E. El-Chantiry)

 

 

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