Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/27/2020 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Virtual Meeting
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20-A-040 1  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on March 2, 2020 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
20-A-041 1  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on March 9, 2020 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
20-A-042 1  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on March 30, 2020 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
20-A-043 1  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on April 15, 2020 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
20-A-044 1  Committee Report CCPlanning Committee Report dated March 3, 2020, Sections A, B and C. (APPENDIX “A”)Received  Action details Not available
20-P-009 2  Staff Report - PCAPPLICATION FOR ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT (ADA CUSTOM HOMES LTD.) - 435 BIG BAY POINT ROAD (WARD 9) 1. That the Zoning By-law Amendment application submitted by Innovative Planning Solutions on behalf of ADA Custom Homes Ltd., to rezone the lands known municipally as 435 Big Bay Point Road from Residential Single Detached First Density (R1) to Residential Multiple Dwelling Second Density with Special Provisions (RM2)(SP-XXX) and Environmental Protection (EP), be approved. 2. That the following Special Provisions (SP) be referenced for the Residential Multiple Dwelling Second Density (RM2) zone in implementing Zoning By-law 2009-141 for the subject lands: a) Permit a reduced parking standard to 1.25 spaces per unit, whereas 1.5 spaces per unit is required; b) Permit an increased building height of 12 metres for the stacked townhouse built form, whereas a maximum of 10 metres is permitted; c) Permit a reduced rear yard setback and reduced secondary means of access of 6 metres whereas 7 metres is required; d) Permit an increased density of 45 units per hectare, whereas a density ofAdopted  Action details Not available
20-P-010 2  Staff Report - PCAPPLICATION FOR ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - (BALLYMORE BUILDING (BARRIE) CORP. C/O BALLYMORE HOMES) 750 LOCKHART ROAD (WARD 10) 1. That the Zoning By-law Amendment application submitted by KLM Planning on behalf of Ballymore Building (Barrie) Corp. c/o Ballymore Homes to rezone lands known municipally as 750 Lockhart Road, Barrie (Ward 10) from 'Agricultural General' (AG) and 'Environmental Protection' (EP) to 'Neighbourhood Residential Special Provision No. XXX' (R5)(SP-XXX), 'Residential Hold Special Provision No. XXX' (RH)(SP-XXX) and 'Environmental Protection' (EP), be approved. 2. That the following Special Provisions (SP) be referenced in the implementing of Zoning By-law 2009-141 for the subject lands: a) The porches and steps shall be permitted to encroach into any required front yard and/or required exterior side yard up to 0.8 metres from the front or exterior side lot line in the 'Neighbourhood Residential Special Provision No. XXX' (R5)(SP-XXX) Zone, whereas a building, porch or balcony, with or without a foundation, may encroach into the front or exterior side yard setAdopted  Action details Not available
20-P-011 3  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATION FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - INNOVATIVE PLANNING SOLUTIONS ON BEHALF OF THE HEDBERN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - 180 AND 198 ARDAGH ROAD (WARD 6) (FILE: D14-1685) Greg Barker from Innovation Planning Solutions Consulting advised that the purpose of the Public Meeting is to review an application for a Zoning By-law Amendment for lands municipally known as 180 and 198 Ardagh Road, Barrie. Mr. Barker discussed slides concerning the following topics: * The application context and surrounding areas; * The existing land use designations and zoning for the subject lands and surrounding areas; * The concept plan for the subject lands; * The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment; * The community comments and concerns raised at the neighbourhood meeting; and * A summary and studies prepared in support of the application. Celeste Kitsemetry, Planner, Development Services provided an update concerning the status of the application. She reviewed the public comments received during the neighbourhood meeting held on January 15, 2020. She advised that the primary planning and land usReceived  Action details Not available
20-P-012 3  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATIONS FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND A DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - INNOVATIVE PLANNING SOLUTIONS ON BEHALF OF THE HEDBERN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. - 158, 162, 166 AND 170 ARDAGH ROAD (WARD 6) (FILE: D12-448 AND D14-1684) Greg Barker from Innovation Planning Solutions Consulting advised that the purpose of the Public Meeting is to review applications for a Zoning By-law Amendment and a Draft Plan of Subdivision for lands municipally known as 158, 162, 166 and 170 Ardagh Road, Barrie. Mr. Barker discussed slides concerning the following topics: * The application context and surrounding area; * The existing land use designations; * The existing zoning for the subject lands and surrounding area; * Architectural Renderings illustrating the conceptual site plan; * A photograph illustrating the proposed conceptual unit designs for the development; * The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment; * The proposed Draft Plan of Subdivision; * The community comments and concerns raised at the neighbourhood meeting; * The studies prepared in support of the applications; and * A summary of Received  Action details Not available
20-P-013 3  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATION FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - INNOVATIVE PLANNING SOLUTIONS ON BEHALF OF 2667340 ONTARIO INC. - 272 INNISFIL STREET (WARD 8) (FILE: D14-1689) James Hunter from Innovation Planning Solutions advised that the purpose of the Public Meeting is to review an application for a Zoning By-law Amendment for lands municipally known as 272 Innisfil Street, Barrie. Mr. Hunter discussed slides concerning the following topics: * The application context and surrounding area; * Pictures illustrating the existing land use; * The development concept for the subject land; * Architectural Renderings illustrating the conceptual site plan; * The existing land use designations; * A photograph illustrating the proposed conceptual unit designs for the development; * The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment; * The community comments and concerns raised at the neighbourhood meeting; and * A summary of the application. Celeste Kitsemetry, Planner, Development Services provided an update concerning the status of the application. She reviewed the public comments received during the neighbourhoodReceived  Action details Not available
20-P-014 3  Staff Report - PCAPPLICATION FOR ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 34-50 BRADFORD STREET AND A PORTION OF 125 DUNLOP STREET WEST (WARD 2) Councillor, A. Kungl declared a potential pecuniary interest on the foregoing matter as she is a member of the Board for the Simcoe/Muskoka YMCA. She did not participate in the discussion or vote on the matter. She left the virtual meeting. AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, C. Riepma Seconded by: Councillor, S. Morales That Section “C” of Planning Committee Report dated March 3, 2020, be amended to add the following to paragraph 2: f) That any land deemed surplus by any extension of Simcoe Street that is contiguous to the subject lands would be interpreted to be zoned C1-2 (SP-XXX); and g) That the final site plan be presented to City Council for final approval. CARRIED Upon the question of the main motion moved by Deputy Mayor, B. Ward and seconded by Councillor, R. Thomson the motion was CARRIED AS AMENDED BY AMENDMENT #1.Adopted  Action details Not available
20-A-045 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated March 9, 2020, Sections A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. (APPENDIX “B”)Received  Action details Not available
20-G-036 2  Reports of Committees - GCREPORT OF THE CITY BUILDING COMMITTEE DATED FEBRUARY 3, 2020Received  Action details Not available
20-G-037 2  Staff Report - GCREPORT OF THE CITY BUILDING COMMITTEE DATED MARCH 3, 2020Received  Action details Not available
20-G-038 2  Recommendation - AC/RCMUNICIPAL HERITAGE REGISTRAR - CENOTAPH AND THE MILITARY HERITAGE PARK That the Barrie Cenotaph and the Military Heritage Park be added to the Municipal Heritage Registrar as listed properties.Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-039 2  Recommendation - AC/RCREQUEST FOR REVIEW OF THE LAKE SIMCOE PROTECTION ACT WHEREAS a healthy environment provides the foundation for healthy communities, healthy people, and a healthy economy; and WHEREAS the passage of the Lake Simcoe Protection Act received unanimous, all party support in the Ontario legislature in 2008. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: 1. That The Corporation of the City of Barrie calls on the Ontario Government to demonstrate its commitment to clean water and protecting what matters most in the provincial statutory review of the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan, by ensuring that provisions in the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan that protect water quality are not weakened and that policies protecting natural heritage be strengthened, in order to meet the targets of the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan. 2. That the Ontario Government be requested to work collaboratively with affected Provincial Ministries and all levels of government, including First Nations and Métis, to achieve the goals and targets of the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan and to resource the programs that improve LakAdopted  Action details Not available
20-G-040 2  Recommendation - AC/RCLAKE SIMCOE REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (LSRCA) FUNDING FOR SCANLON CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE That staff investigate the feasibility of granting the capital funding request of $150,000 from the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) for the Scanlon Creek Environmental Centre including potential funding sources and report back to the Finance and Corporate Services Committee.Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-041 2  Recommendation - AC/RCLAKE SIMCOE REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (LSRCA) THERAPY IN THE WOODS FUNDING FOR 2020 PROGRAMS That the fees associated with renting the Dorian Parker Centre for the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) Therapy in the Woods program in 2020 be funded from the Council Strategic Priorities Reserve in the amount of $1800.00 pending the approval of all required permits for use of Sunnidale Park and associated facilities.Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-042 2  Staff Report - GCBARRIE COLLINGWOOD RAILWAY (BCRY) - MARKET FEASIBILTY STUDY AND SERVICE DELIVERY AND MODERNATION REVIEW 1. That the CPCS Transcom Limited Market Feasibility Study attached as Appendix “A” to Staff Report ECD001-20 concerning the Barrie Collingwood Railway (BCRY), be received. 2. That staff in the Economic and Creative Development and Operations Departments be authorized to engage with the County of Simcoe and relevant stakeholders to analyze the recommendations presented in the Deloitte Service Delivery and Modernization Review to determine the possible future operations of the BCRY and report back to General Committee. (ECD001-20) (P4/18)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-043 2  Staff Report - GCWATER OPERATIONS BRANCH 2019 DRINKING WATER SYSTEM REPORTS That Staff Report INF001-20 regarding the City of Barrie’s Drinking Water System and the following Schedules ‘A’ - ‘E’ attached to Staff Report INF001-20 be received for information purposes: a) Schedule ‘A’ - 2019 Drinking Water System Operations Report; b) Schedule ‘B’ - 2019 Annual Report, Section 11, Ontario Regulation (O.Reg.) 170/03; c) Schedule ‘C’ - 2019 Municipal Summary Report, Schedule 22, O.Reg. 170/03; d) Schedule ‘D’ - Ministry Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) Standard of Care; and e) Schedule ‘E’ - Quality Management System (QMS) Management Review Meeting Minutes. (INF001-20)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-044 2  Item of Discussion - GCCOMMUNITY SPACE AT HEWITT’S COMMUNITY CENTRE That staff in Corporate Facilities Department connect with Sarah Uffelmann of the Ethnic Mosaic Alliance to review the current proposed design for the Hewitt’s Community Centre and investigate the feasibility to right-size any increase in facility needs (kitchen, office space, gymnasium) in order to accommodate the Ethnic Mosaic Alliance and its cultural group partners using the community space and report back to General Committee. (Item for Discussion 8.2, March 9, 2020)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-045 2  Item of Discussion - GCPUBLIC ART ACQUISITIONS That staff in the Economic and Creative Development Department in consultation with the Public Art Committee provide a report to the City Building Committee regarding the practice of paying the appraised value for insurance purposes for public art acquisitions, specifically the discrepancy between insured values and fair market values. (Item for Discussion 8.3, March 9, 2020)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-046 3  Recommendation - AC/RCMUNICIPAL HERITAGE REGISTAR - 92 CLAPPERTON STREET AND 151, 155 AND 161 BRADFORD STREET 1. That the property municipally known as 92 Clapperton Street be added to the Municipal Heritage Register as a listed property. 2. That staff in the Development Services Department review the addition of the City-owned properties municipally known as 151, 155 and 161 Bradford Street to the Municipal Heritage Register as listed properties and report back to General Committee. 3. That the Heritage Barrie Committee be requested to provide a memorandum concerning the Committee’s rationale of adding the City-owned properties of 151, 155 and 161 Bradford Street to the Municipal Heritage Register as listed properties.Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-047 3  Item of Discussion - GCCOMMITTEE APPOINTMENTSReceived  Action details Not available
20-G-048 2  Item of Discussion - GCUNHCR STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY That Mayor Lehman be authorized to complete and sign the UNHCR (United Nations Refugee Agency of Canada) Statement of Solidarity with Refugees that represents local authorities who are working to promote inclusion, support refugees and bring communities together, on behalf of the City of Barrie. (Item for Discussion 8.4, March 9, 2020)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-049 3  Item of Discussion - GCCLOTHING AND TEXTILE COLLECTION That staff in the Development Services Department report back to General Committee on the opportunity to work with "Cornerstone" for the placement of their textile collection bins at City facilities on a sole source basis subject to confirmation of Cornerstone's operational model being such that revenues from the Barrie collections will be allocated to fund an addiction treatment centre in the City of Barrie to be operated by "Cornerstone", similar to a program currently being undertaken by the Town of Aurora. (Item for Discussion 8.5, March 9, 2020)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-G-050 2  Staff Report - GCCONFIDENTIAL MEMORANDUM FROM THE INTEGRITY COMMISSIONER DATED JANUARY 29, 2020 REGARDING A CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL INFORMATION MATTER - IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL(S)Received  Action details Not available
20-G-051 2  Staff Report - GCCONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL INFORMATION MATTER - APPOINTMENTS TO THE ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY AND ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEESReceived  Action details Not available
20-G-052 2  Staff Report - GCAPPOINTMENTS TO THE ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND THE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 1. That Sandra Watson and Carolyn Moran be appointed to the Accessibility Advisory Committee for a term of office to expire on November 14, 2022, unless otherwise noted. 2. That the membership of the Active Transportation and Sustainability Advisory Committee be increased by two citizen members. 3. That Eric van Wesenbeeck, Maria Kavanagh and Wilf Steimle be appointed to the Active Transportation and Sustainability Advisory Committee for a term of office to expire on November 14, 2022, unless otherwise noted. (LCS001-20) (File: C06)Adopted  Action details Not available
20-A-046 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated March 30, 2020, Sections A and B. (APPENDIX “C”)Received  Action details Not available
20-G-053 2  Presentation - GCPRESENTATION CONCERNING A CONFIDENTIAL LABOUR RELATIONS MATTER - COVID-19 UPDATEReceived  Action details Not available
20-G-054 4  Recommendation - AC/RCKEEPING OF BACKYARD HENS - COMMUNITY SUGGESTION (CITY WIDE) That the Memorandum from M. Snow, Planner, T. Truen, Zoning Officer and T. Banting, Manager of Enforcement Services dated March 30, 2020 regarding the Keeping of Backyard Hens - Community Suggestion (City Wide) from the Circulation List dated March 30, 2020 be referred to staff to prepare a report concerning the Keeping of Backyard Hens including a review of the program in Orillia and report back to General Committee.Adopted  Action details Not available
20-A-047 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated April 8, 2020, Sections A and B. (APPENDIX “D)Received  Action details Not available
20-G-055 2  Presentation - GCPRESENTATION CONCERNING A TASK FORCE UPDATEReceived  Action details Not available
20-G-056 1  Presentation - GCPRESENTATION CONCERNING A COVID-19 UPDATEReceived  Action details Not available
20-G-057 2  Presentation - GCPRESENTATION CONCERNING A CONFIDENTIAL LABOUR RELATIONS MATTER - COVID-19 UPDATEReceived  Action details Not available
20-A-048 2  Direct MotionEMERGENCY MEASURES AND CIVIL PROTECTION ACT - OUTDOOR COMMUNITY GARDENS Moved by: Councillor, K. Aylwin Seconded by: Councillor, A. Kungl WHEREAS food security has been identified as a key challenge by the Mayor’s Social Support Task Force; AND WHEREAS locally grown food contributes to a healthy and resilient food system. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: 1. That staff in the Operations Department, in consultation with the Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit, review the proposed COVID-19 comprehensive safety recommendations for community gardens released by the Community Growing Network of Sustain Ontario in order to prepare for the safe of local community gardens at Eastview Community Park (Ward 1), Sunnidale Park (Ward 4), Shear Park (Ward 8), and Golden Meadow Park (Ward 10). 2. That staff in the Operations Department investigate the creation of a backyard garden program that provides supplies (e.g. topsoil, compost, seedlings, seeds) and information to support residents to grow produce and herbs for their own consumption and for donation to local food banks and commAdopted  Action details Not available
20-A-049 1  Presentation - CCPRESENTATION CONCERNING A COVID-19 UPDATE M. Prowse, Chief Administrative Officer provided a presentation concerning a COVID-19 update. Mr. Prowse discussed slides concerning the following topics: · On overview of the current status on the number of COVID-19 cases, the hours of operations of the Huronia Road COVID-19 Assessment Centre and the critically low inventory of safety masks at Royal Victoria Health Centre (RVH); · An update on City Services including the financial hardship applications, payment due date grace periods extended and free Barrie Transit extended until May 31, 2020; · A summary of Enforcement Services activities from April 20 to April 26, 2020; · The City staffing changes during the COVID-19 crisis; · Positive news for Barrie and County of Simcoe residents; and · An update on the Barrie Business Response Action Plan.   Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2020-036 1  By-lawBill #037 By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to accept the “as-constructed” municipal services within and complementary to the Baywood Homes Subdivision Registered as Plan 51M-0906 as shown in the attached map, and to assume the streets within this plan of subdivision for public use. (11-G-276) (Assumption of Streets - Baywood Homes Subdivision) (Ward 10) (File: D12-309)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2020-037 1  By-lawBill #038 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to further amend By-law 2019-100 being a by-law to govern the proceedings of Council. (File: C05) (Note: Circulation List dated April 27, 2020, A4 Memorandum regarding the Council and Committee Meeting Status and update to Procedural By-law 2019-100 - Public).Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2020-038 1  By-lawBill #039 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held on the 27th day of April, 2020.Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available