Planning and Environment Committee
Comité de l’urbanisme et de l’environnement
Disposition 71 / Suite À donner 71
Tuesday, 13 April 2010
le mardi 13 avril 2010
Note 1: Reports requiring Council consideration will be presented to Council on 28 April 2010 in Planning and Environment Committee Report 67.
Nota 1: Les rapports nécessitant un examen par le Conseil municipal devraient être présentés au Conseil le 28 avril 2010 dans le rapport no 67 du Comité de l’urbanisme et de l’environnement.
Ratification dU procÈs-verbaL
Minutes 70 of the Planning and Environment Committee meeting of Tuesday, 23 March 2010 were confirmed.
Responses to Inquiries: / Réponses aux demandes de renseignements:
OCC 28-08 Designation of Two Communities for Increased Density/ Désignation de deux communautés en vue de l’augmentation de la densité
OCC 09-10 Heritage Demolition by Neglect/ Démolition patrimoniale par négligence
(This matter is not subject to Bill 51)
That Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve:
1. An amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of parts of 6151 Renaud Road and 6255 Renaud Road from DR Development Reserve to R3YY[x], Residential Third Density, Subzone YY, Exception [x] and Parks and Open Space [O1] as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.
2. An amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of part of 6151 Renaud Road from DR Development Reserve to Residential Third Density, Subzone Z, Exception [x1], [x2], and [x3] Zones, R3Z[x1], R3Z[x2] and R3Z[x3] and Parks and Open Space [O1] as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.
(This matter is subject to Bill 51)
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 1105 Normandy Crescent from R1FF, Residential First Density Zone to R2M [xxx] S xxx, Residential Second Density Exception Zone, as shown on Document 1, and as detailed in Documents 2 and 3.
3. 2009 Annual Report on Building Code Fees
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend that Council approve the 2009 Annual Report on Building Code Fees.
4. Building Permit Fee Rate Reduction
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend that Council approve, effective May 1, 2010:
1. A reduction in the building permit fee rate from $12.50 to $12.00 per $1,000 in construction value for all construction except farm buildings;
2. A reduction in the building permit fee rate for farm buildings from $8.75 to $8.40 per $1,000 in construction value, and
3. That the Building By-law 2005-303 be amended accordingly.
5. BUILDING INSPECTOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
That the Planning and Environment Committee receive this report for information.
6. PLANNING INNOVATION: A POLICY SUMMIT – OUTCOMES AND ACTION PLAN
That the Planning and Environment Committee receive this report for information
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve a by-law to undertake the construction of a sanitary sewer on Swans Way South as petitioned Local Improvement works in accordance with the cost apportionment as outlined in this report.
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve:
1. The 5-year Plan for Promoting Municipal Drinking Water set out in this report.
2. That the City of Ottawa launch a competition to name the water trailers.
CARRIED, as amended
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend that Council approve:
2. Full cost recovery by service area, specifically: different rates for the provision of drinking water services, and sanitary and stormwater services.
3. That staff further examines options for the recovery of stormwater and drainage costs in 2010, for report back to Council in 2011.
4. That staff further examine options for the recovery of costs from Russell Township and report back in Q4, 2010.
5. That staff be directed to bring forward a companion report to the phase 2 water efficiency strategy, which outlines options for different volumetric rates based on levels of consumption that would be more supportive and encourage greater conservation efforts, as well as the option of phasing the base charge in over five years.
6. That the options for different volumetric charges include a rate structure that would effect no increase in costs (when comparing the existing and proposed rate structures using base year 2010) to those with an average consumption of or less than 18 m3/mo. and shift resulting impact to those with an average consumption higher than 18 m3/mo.
CARRIED, as amended
10. DISPOSITION OF 2009 RATE SUPPORTED OPERATING DEFICIT
Suivi du déficit de fonctionnement 2009 financé par les tarifs
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve the following:
1. That the 2009 deficit of $5.579 million in the drinking water program be funded from a transfer from the Water Capital Reserve Fund.
2. That the 2009 deficit of $11.177 million in the wastewater program be funded from a transfer from the Wastewater Capital Reserve Fund.
3. That the capital project authorities and financing adjustments, as detailed in Document 2 to this report, be approved, and that $5.579 million be returned to the Water Capital Reserve Fund and $11.177 million be returned to the Wastewater Capital Reserve Fund.
11. SEWER CHARGE ADJUSTMENT FOR PROPERTIES WITH NO WATER SERVICES
AJUSTEMENT DES REDEVANCES D’ÉGOUTS POUR LES PROPRIÉTÉS SANS SERVICE D’EAU
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council:
1. Approve a credit program for current owners to offset or adjust the sewer service charges collected by property taxes for the period of ownership between 2001 and 2009 to be applied to the 2010 Final Tax Bills issued in May 2010.
2. That such credit program include interest and provision in the same manner as authorized by the Municipal Act Section 345 and Education Act Section 257.11 for overpayments.
3. That the estimated cost of this program in the amount of $797,000 be funded by the Sewer Reserve.
12. requireMENT FOR Inlet Control Devices
EXIGENCE POUR LES DISPOSITIFS DE CONTRÔLE DU DÉBIT
That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve that, until such time as new protocols are finalized and approved by Council, staff be directed to permit connections to the existing storm sewer system provided that a flow limiting orifice plate, designed by an engineer to the satisfaction of the City, be installed at the storm water outlet prior to connecting upstream storm sewers.
MOTIONS EXIGEANT LA SUSPENSION DES RÈGLES DE PROCÉDURE
MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
BE IT RESOLVED THAT that, pursuant to the Rules of Procedure, subsection 84(3), the following item be added onto the agenda of the Planning and Environment Committee meeting of 13 April 2010.
WHEREAS at its meeting of 8 December 2009, Planning and Environment Committee considered a report with respect to the possible deletion of the requirement for sidewalks for certain streets within Half-Moon Bay and Madrid Ave, Waterlily Way and Kenton Ave across Blocks 8, 9, 10, 11 & 23;
AND WHEREAS Committee deferred consideration of the recommendations until April, 2010;
AND WHEREAS the Ward Councillor has indicated that further consultation is required;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Community Sidewalks items be further tabled.
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