On January 25, City Council approved a proposed settlement agreement with Rideau Transit Group which would resolve a number of issues between the City and RTG. The terms presented to Council during the in camera briefing are confidential, as they relate to litigation and are covered by solicitor-client and settlement privilege. More information will be provided when the agreement becomes effective
Council proclaimed January 27 as International Holocaust Remembrance Day to create greater public understanding and awareness of this horrific period in history from 1933 to 1945.
Council deferred the funding model and business case today for the Zero-Emission Bus program to the Transit Commission for further discussion.
Council approved applications to alter three heritage properties, including:
- Alterations, an addition and a new garage at 280 Thorold Road
- Efforts to restore heritage attributes lost at 187 Billings Avenue as a result of earlier work
- A two-storey addition and changes to existing porches at 245 Sylvan Avenue
Council also extended recruitment period for the public member for the Ottawa Police Service Board to the end of February 2023.
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