Meeting Name: General Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/19/2011 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
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11-G-258 2  Committee Report - GCREPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED SEPTEMBER 7, 2011. The Report of the Community Services Committee dated September 7, 2011 was received. (File: C05)recommended for receipt (Section "A")  Action details Not available
11-G-259 2  Committee Report - GCREPORT OF THE FINANCE AND CORPORATE SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED AUGUST 30, 2011. The Report of the Finance and Corporate Services Committee dated August 30, 2011 was received. (File: C05)recommended for receipt (Section "A")  Action details Not available
11-G-260 2  Committee Report - GCREPORT OF THE TRANSPORTATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE DATED SEPTEMBER 7, 2011. The Report of the Transportation and Economic Development Committee dated September 7, 2011 was received. (File: C05)recommended for receipt (Section "A")  Action details Not available
11-G-261 3  Staff Report - GCLONG RANGE FINANCIAL PLAN AND FINANCIAL POLICY FRAMEWORK UPDATErecommended for receipt (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-262 1  Committee Report - GCPILOT PROJECT - GEORGIAN COLLEGE AREA - THREE HOUR PARKINGrecommended for receipt (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-263 1  Staff Report - GCTALK IS FREE THEATRE TECHNICAL THEATRE EQUIPMENT PURCHASE That the City Clerk be authorized to enter into a single source agreement to be negotiated and executed in accordance with the Purchasing By-law 2008-121 for the technical theatre equipment identified in Appendix “B” of Staff Report DOC003-11 with Talk is Free Theatre in an amount not to exceed $40,000 and that the purchase be funded from the Tax Capital Reserve (13-04-0440). (DOC003-11) (File: R05-DOW)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-264 1  Staff Report - GCEVALUATION OF SANITARY SERVICING FOR CURRENTLY UNSERVICED AREAS That the following sanitary servicing strategy be utilized for currently unserviced areas through the capital planning process: a) That the timing of the sanitary sewer servicing maximize the useful life of the septic systems while minimizing the number of septic system replacements that are required; and b) That the condition of all other infrastructure in the right-of-way be considered in the recommended timing of sanitary sewer servicing, in order to maximize the investment in existing infrastructure. (ENG049-11) (W03-SA)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-265 1  Staff Report - GCSOLE AND SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS AND AWARDSrecommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-266 1  Staff Report - GCENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT, 49 MARY STREET That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to enter into an encroachment agreement with Gord Knox and Laura Knox, current owners of the property known municipally as 49 Mary Street, to permit the pre-existing encroachment of landscape improvements on City owned land subject to the following: a) That the existing landscaping features which incorporate tiered flower gardens, stone retaining wall and a central stone stairway and path leading from the sidewalk to the front patio and building entrance be subject to building code standards and approval; b) The owners provide proof of public liability insurance in the amount of $2,000,000.00 and naming the City of Barrie as an additional insured and be required to pay the annual encroachment fee as established by Council; c) The owner’s be permitted to assign the Encroachment Agreement to Marco Orlando owner of The North Restaurant when the proposed sale closes; and d) The contents of the agreement be to the satisfaction of the Director of Legal Services and that all costs associated wirecommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-267 1  Staff Report - GCACCEPT TRANSFER OF LAND AND GRANT EASEMENT TO FACILITATE ACCESS FOR RESIDENT 1. That the City of Barrie accept from Michal Goralski the dedication of land legally described as Part of Block A, Plan 602, Innisfil being Part 2 and 3, Reference Plan 51R- 38102; Barrie as shown in Appendix “A” of Staff Report LGL020-11 (the “access lands”). 2. That the City of Barrie transfer an easement across the access lands to the adjoining property owners, being Jody and Jennifer Fiegehen. (LGL020-11) (File: L07-883)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-268 1  Staff Report - GCREMOVAL OF HOLDING PROVISION - SUNFIELD HOMES (BARRIE) LIMITED - 30 WHITE CRESCENT 1. That the Holding Provision (H-35) of By-law 85-95, as amended by By-law 95-36, for the lands owned by Sunfield Homes (Barrie) Limited, legally described as Block 81, Registered Plan 51M-835 and Part 3, Reference Plan 51R-24996 and known municipally as 30 White Crescent, be lifted subject to the following condition: a) That the owner/applicant be required to pay the outstanding municipal property taxes on the subject lands, all to the satisfaction of the Director of Finance prior to the by-law for removal of the hold being presented to Council for approval. 2. That the City Clerk be directed to provide the appropriate notice for the lifting of the Holding Provision (H-35) pursuant to Section 36 of the Planning Act. (PLN022-11) (File: D14-1461)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-269 1  Staff Report - GCONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD APPEAL - 99-105 MAPLEVIEW DRIVE WEST AND 133-147 MAPLEVIEW DRIVE WEST 1. That an application for an Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendment submitted by Mapleview Veteran’s Drive Investments to redesignate and rezone lands known municipally as 99-105 Mapleview Drive West from a General Industrial land use designation and a Service Industrial EM3 zoning to a General Commercial designation and General Commercial C4 zoning be denied. 2. That an application for an Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendment submitted by Veteran’s Drive Holdings Inc. to redesignate and rezone lands known municipally as 133-147 Mapleview Drive West from a General Industrial land use designation and a Service Industrial Special EM3-SP zoning to a General Commercial designation and General Commercial C4 zoning be denied. (PLN023-11) (File: D09-OPA 005, D09-OPA 006, D14-1497 and D14-1498)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-270 1  Item of Discussion - GCSCHEDULE OF COUNCIL AND GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR 2011 - OCTOBER 31, 2011recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-271 1  Item of Discussion - GCPRESENTATION REQUEST - LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITYrecommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
11-G-272 2  Staff Report - GCCONFIDENTIAL DISPOSITION OF PROPERTY MATTER - LOCKHART ROADrecommended for adoption (Section "C")  Action details Not available
11-G-273 2  Staff Report - GCCONFIDENTIAL ACQUISTION OF PROPERTY MATTER - CAPPS DRIVErecommended for adoption (Section "C")  Action details Not available
11-G-274 2  Confirmation of MinutesNORTH SHORE TRAIL VEGETATION MANAGEMENT PLAN REVIEW That the North Shore Trail Vegetation Management Plan be updated as detailed in Appendices “A” and “B” of the staff report to Community Services Committee entitled “North Shore Trail Vegetation Management Plan Review” dated September 7, 2011. (Community Services Committee dated September 7, 2011) (File: E04) Mayor Lehman declared a potential pecuniary interest in the foregoing matter as his parents own property along the North Shore Trail. He did not participate, discuss or vote on the matter and he remained in the Council Chamber.recommended for adoption (Section "D")  Action details Not available
11-G-275 2  Committee Report - GCUSE OF VOLUNTEER GROUPS - NORTH SHORE TRAIL That staff investigate the feasibility of volunteer groups assisting with the maintenance of the North Shore Trail under the direction of Engineering and Parks, Roads and Fleet Department staff and report back to the Community Services Committee. (Community Services Committee September 7, 2011) File: E04) Mayor Lehman declared a potential pecuniary interest in the foregoing matter as his parents own property along the North Shore Trail. He did not participate, discuss or vote on the matter and he remained in the Council Chamber.recommended for adoption (Section "E")  Action details Not available
11-G-276 1  Staff Report - GCREVISION TO CURRENT PRACTICE REGARDING COUNCIL APPROVAL OF ACCEPTANCE AND ASSUMPTION OF PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 1. That the Director of Engineering or designate be delegated the authority to accept the municipal infrastructure within Plans of Subdivision. 2. That prior to submitting an Assumption By-law to City Council for consideration Members of Council be given an opportunity to review/comment on the proposed assumption action and, if requested, the assumption process would be bumped up to General Committee for further consideration. (ENG047-11) (File: D12-GE)recommended for adoption (Section "F")  Action details Not available
11-G-277 3  Staff Report - GCPARKING LOT - SALVATION ARMY 1. That the current lease arrangement remain in effect with the Salvation Army to use their parking lot for general public parking until such time as the recommendations of the Parking Strategy Review have been adopted. 2. That a new lease be negotiated within six months of the Parking Strategy being adopted. (ENG048-11) (File: T02-PA) (P81/09)recommended for adoption (Section "F")  Action details Not available
11-G-278 2  Item of Discussion - GCRECREATIONAL FACILITY IN SOUTH BARRIE The Committee met and discussed the following motion concerning the Recreational Facility in South Barrie: “That the Parks and Recreation Master Plan adopted in principle by City Council and any related documents and capital budgets be adjusted to reduce the size of the single consolidated recreational facility for the south end and replace it with a smaller community recreation centre as was discussed prior to the adoption of the Master Plan.” A vote was taken on the above motion and was lost. The Committee provided no further direction with respect to the matter of the Recreational Facility in South Barrie. (Item for Discussion, September 19, 2011) (File: R00)recommended for receipt (Section "G")  Action details Not available
11-G-279 2  Presentation - AC/RCCONFIDENTIAL LABOUR RELATIONS MATTER - UPDATE CONCERNING B.P.F.F.A. NEGOTIATIONS. That motion 11-G-279 contained within the confidential notes of the General Committee Report dated September 19, 2011 concerning a confidential labour relations matter - update concerning B.P.F.F.A. negotiations be received. (Information item, September 19, 2011) Councillor J. Brassard declared a potential pecuniary interest in the foregoing motion as he is employed by a Fire Department. He did not participate in the discussion or vote on the question and he left the Sir Robert Barrie Room at 9:23 p.m.recommended for receipt (Section "H")  Action details Not available