Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/6/2017 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
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17-A-023 2  Student/Mayor ItemSWEARING IN OF NEW STUDENT MAYOR(S) Dawn McAlpine, City Clerk called upon Ewan MacKinnon of Barrie North Collegiate to be sworn into office as Student Mayor. After being sworn into office, Ewan assumed his seat next to Mayor Lehman. Mayor Lehman introduced the members of City Council to Ewan. He noted that the members of City staff and representatives of the community’s media were also in attendance.Sworn In  Action details Not available
17-A-024 2  MinutesThe minutes of the City Council meeting held on February 13, 2017 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
17-A-025 2  Awards and RecognitionRECOGNITION OF ROBERT GEORGE, JOHN MCEACHERN, WILLIAM (BILL) BECKETT, JEREMY BONNAR, FERNAND TAILLEFER AND ANTHONY BERESFORD RECIPIENTS OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF CANADA SOVEREIGN’S MEDAL FOR VOLUNTEERS Mayor Lehman announced the six recipients of the Governor General of Canada Sovereign’s Medals for Volunteers were are Robert George, John McEachern, William (Bill) Beckett Jeremy Bonnar, Fernand Taillefer and Anthony Beresford. Mayor Lehman commented that the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers recognizes the exceptional volunteer achievements of Canadians from across the country in a wide range of fields. Mayor Lehman invited Robert George, John McEachern, William (Bill) Beckett, Jeremy Bonnar, Fernand Taillefer and Anthony Beresford each to the podium to receive their Governor General of Canada Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers. He provided highlights related to each recipient as follows: Robert George, Barrie, Ontario Mayor Lehman discussed that Robert George is a Canadian Forces veteran and has committed countless hours soliciting local businesses and fundraising for the creatiReceived  Action details Not available
17-A-026 1  Committee ReportGeneral Committee Report dated February 27, 2017, Sections A, B, C, D, E and F (APPENDIX “A”).Adopted  Action details Not available
17-G-026 2  Committee ReportREPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED FEBRUARY 1, 2017. The Report of the Community Services Committee dated February 1, 2017, was received.Received  Action details Not available
17-G-027 2  Committee ReportREPORT OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE, INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED FEBRUARY 8, 2017.Received  Action details Not available
17-G-028 3  Staff ReportVICTORIA VILLAGE WOODSHOPAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-029 3  Staff ReportGOVERNING BACKFLOW PREVENTION AND CROSS CONNECTION CONTROLAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-030 2  Staff ReportSALE OF CITY OWNED INDUSTRIAL LAND - 300 SAUNDERS ROAD (WARD 8)Adopted  Action details Not available
17-G-031 2  Staff ReportWATER OPERATIONS BRANCH 2016 ANNUAL REPORT TO COUNCILAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-032 2  Staff ReportPUBLIC NOTICE BY-LAW UPDATEAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-033 2  Staff ReportREVIEW OF LICENSING, REGULATING AND GOVERNING RESIDENTIAL RENTAL UNITSAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-034 3  Discussion ItemINVESTIGATION - FEASIBILITY OF RESTRICTIONS OR ALTERNATE PARKING ON GADWELL AVENUEAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-035 2  Discussion ItemOPTIONS TO IMPROVE PEDESTRIAN SAFETY - HURONIA ROAD BETWEEN YONGE STREET AND LITTLE AVENUEAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-036 2  Public MeetingAPPLICATION FOR AN OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AN AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING BY-LAW AND A DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 1934811 ONTARIO LIMITED (JOHN DUIVENVOORDEN) - NORTHWEST OF ARDAGH ROAD AND WRIGHT DRIVE (FILE: D09-OPA31/D12-404/D14-1556) (WARD 6)Received  Action details Not available
17-G-037 4  Staff ReportDOWNTOWN THREE (3) HOUR PARKING LIMIT - BERCZY STREET (WARD 2) AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, B. Ward Seconded by: Councillor, R. Romita That motion 17-G-037 of Section “D” of the General Committee Report dated February 27, 2017 concerning Downtown Three (3) Hour Parking Limit - Berczy Street (Ward 2) be amended by deleting the words under Column 3 and replacing the words with the following: “8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except Saturdays, Sundays and Statutory Holidays”Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
17-G-038 2  Staff ReportAGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITY PLANNING PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN AND PROJECT FINAL REPORTAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-039 2  Staff ReportAPPLICATIONS FOR OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - NORTH SIDE OF CONCERT WAY, WEST OF BAYVIEW DRIVE (WARD 8)Adopted  Action details Not available
17-G-040 2  Staff ReportON-STREET PARKING - BIG BAY POINT ROAD (WARD 8, 9 AND 10)Adopted  Action details Not available
17-G-041 2  CorrespondenceINVITATION FOR A PRESENTATION - SIMCOE COUNTY ALLIANCE TO END HOMELESSNESSAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-042 2  CorrespondenceINVITATION FOR A PRESENTATION - YMCA OF SIMCOE MUSKOKAAdopted  Action details Not available
17-G-043 2  Staff ReportDISCUSSION OF A CONFIDENTIAL POTENTIAL ACQUISITION AND DISPOSITION OF LAND MATTERS - BRADFORD STREET AND DUNLOP STREETReceived  Action details Not available
17-G-044 2  Information ItemPOTENTIAL ACQUISITION AND DISPOSITION OF LAND MATTERS - BRADFORD STREET AND DUNLOP STREET   Action details Not available
17-A-027 2  PresentationPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE 20,000 HOMES CAMPAIGN IN SIMCOE COUNTY Ms. Sara Peddle, Chair of the Simcoe County Alliance to End Homelessness and Irena Pozgaj-Jones, Program Supervisor, County of Simcoe provided a presentation regarding the 20,000 Homes Campaign in Simcoe County. They discussed slides concerning the following matters: · The background associated with the 20,000 Homes Campaign; · An outline of Simcoe County Registry Week and the steps associated with the collection of survey responses from people experiencing homelessness; · An outline of the Vulnerability Index - Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT) used for the collection of data from the 292 completed surveys; · The five factors utilized as part of the VI-SPDAT measurements of acuity related to homelessness; · The survey results related to the high acuity, moderate acuity and low acuity of survey participants; · The definitions of episodic and chronic homelessness and the survey results related to their measures; · The key findings from the data collected from the 292 surveyed participants; ·Received  Action details Not available
17-A-028 2  PresentationPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE YMCA OF SIMCOE / MUSKOKA’S THIRD ANNUAL MOVE TO GIVE EVENT, BUILDING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES, TO BE HELD ON APRIL 1, 2017. Mr. Jared Baille of YMCA of Simcoe / Muskoka provided a presentation concerning the YMCA of Simcoe / Muskoka’s Third Annual Move to Give Event, Building Healthy Communities. Mr. Baille commented that event focuses on promoting better health and physical activity while also raising money to support the YMCA of Simcoe / Muskoka programs. Mr. Baille highlighted that the YMCA of Simcoe / Muskoka will be hosting Move to Give Events at each of their eight locations on April 1, 2017. He invited Members of Council to participate in the event. The Mayor asked questions of the presenter and received responses.Received  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2017-012 1  By-LawBill #013 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to further amend By-law 2014-171 as amended, being a by-law to appoint members to various committees, boards and commissions. (16-G-242 and 17-G-021) (Appointment to the Greater Barrie Chamber of Commerce and Appointments to the Council Compensation Review Committee) (Item for Discussion 8.3, October 31, 2016 and LCS002-17) (File: C06)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2017-013 1  By-LawBill #014 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to permanently close the soil and freehold described as Teck Road (not travelled), Plan 51M-867, City of Barrie. (16-G-275) (Surplus of Property - Teck Road) (Ward 6) (LGL009-16) (File: L17-91)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2017-014 1  By-LawBill #015 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie with respect to the establishment and requirement of the payment of fees for information, services, activities and use of City property and to repeal By-law 2016-011, as amended. (17-G-024 as amended) (EMT001-17) (File: F00)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2017-015 2  By-LawBill #016 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt Lots 3, 4 & 5, Plan 1101 being Part 1, Plan 51R-40546, designated as Parts 3, 4, and 5, Plan 51R-40831, in the City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (1291261 Ontario Limited - 534, 536 and 540 Essa Road) (Ward 7) (PLN026-12) (File: D23-ESS) AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, A. Khan Seconded by: Councillor, A. Prince That Bill #016 be amended by deleting all references to the words “designated as Parts 3, 4, and 5, Plan 51R-40831” contained within the bill.Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2017-016 1  By-LawBill #017 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held on the 6th day of March, 2017.Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available