Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/8/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers/Virtual Meeting
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21-A-114 2  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on October 25, 2021 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
21-A-115 2  DeputationDEPUTATION BY CATHY COLEBATCH CONCERNING MOTION 21-G-259, PRIVATE TREE BY-LAW REVIEW Cathy Colebatch provided a deputation concerning motion 21-G-259, the Private Tree By-law Review. She advised that she felt the Staff Report was not comprehensive and did not contain enough detailed information. Ms. Colebatch noted that she agreed with the costs associated to hiring a consultant to conduct a comprehensive review. Ms. Colebatch questioned whether or not the municipality reviewed implementing a private tree by-law review in the past. Ms. Colebatch discussed her concerns associated with the potential impacts to the environment, climate change, health and well being of residents and the tree canopy resulting from the significant growth that is anticipated. She suggested that the site plan control process include provisions for the removal of trees and replanting of trees, as well as green space. Ms. Colebatch also suggested that the City should engage the public and provide education on trees.Received  Action details Not available
21-A-116 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated October 25, 2021 (APPENDIX “A”).Received  Action details Not available
21-G-244 2  Presentation - GCCONFIDENTIAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SESSION - SOCIAL MEDIA TRAININGReceived  Action details Not available
21-A-117 1  Committee Report CCPlanning Committee Report dated October 26, 2021 (APPENDIX “B”).Received  Action details Not available
21-P-026 3  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATIONS FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT AND DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - SUBMITTED BY THE JONES CONSULTING GROUP LTD. ON BEHALF OF MATTAMY HOMES - 620 LOCKHART ROAD (FILE: D30-012-2021) (WARD 9) Ray Duhamel of The Jones Consulting Group advised that the purpose of the Public Meeting is to review the applications for a Zoning By-law Amendment and a Draft Plan of Subdivision for lands known municipally as 620 Lockhart Road. Mr. Duhamel discussed slides concerning the following topics: * An aerial photograph of the subject lands; * The applications' alignment with Provincial Policy, Growth Plan and Lake Simcoe Protection Plan; * The subject lands associated to the development phases of the City's Hewitt's Secondary Plan and Hewitt's Master Plan; * The Conformity Review Plan; * The studies completed in support of the applications; * The Draft Plan of Subdivision; * The Pedestrian Circulation Plan; * Conceptual renderings of the proposed development; and * The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment. Michelle Banfield, Director of Development Services provided an update concerning thReceived  Action details Not available
21-A-118 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated November 1, 2021, Sections A, B, C, D and E (APPENDIX “C”).Received  Action details Not available
21-G-246 3  Reports of Committees - GCREPORT OF THE CITY BUILDING COMMITTEE DATED OCTOBER 26, 2021Received  Action details Not available
21-G-245 3  Committee Report - GCREPORT OF THE FINANCE AND CORPORATE SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED OCTOBER 19, 2021Received  Action details Not available
21-G-247 3  RecommendationWATER SERVICE REPAIR - 352 YONGE STREETAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-248 2  RecommendationREGULATORY MATTERS BY-LAW 2010-036 EXEMPTION TO PERMIT AN INDOOR GUN RANGEAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-249 3  RecommendationCYCLING AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY ON HURONIA ROADAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-250 3  RecommendationINVESTIGATION - ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLANNERAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-251 2  Staff Report - GCCOST RECOVERY FOR WATER AND SANITARY SERVICING (ONTARIO REG 586/06 LOCAL IMPROVEMENT CHARGES) FOR PROJECT - EN 1097 MAPLEVIEW DRIVE EAST (MADELAINE DRIVE TO YONGE STREET) (WARD 9)Adopted  Action details Not available
21-G-252 3  Item of Discussion - GCINVESTIGATION - NO STOPPING ANYTIME - MAPLETON AVENUE That staff in the Development Services Department investigate the feasibility of implementing “No Stopping Anytime” on Mapleton Avenue between Ardagh Road and Batteau Street/Silvercreek Crescent and report back to General Committee. (Item for Discussion 8.1, November 1, 2021)Adopted  Action details Not available
21-G-253 3  Item of Discussion - GCINVITATION FOR PRESENTATION - YMCA - POTENTIAL PLANS FOR NEW YMCAAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-254 3  Item of Discussion - GCTOXIC DRUG CRISISAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-255 3  Item of Discussion - GCCOVID-19 IMMUNIZATION CLINICS - YOUTH UNDER 12Adopted  Action details Not available
21-G-256 3  Item of Discussion - GCAPPLICATION TO FCM GREEN FUNDS PROGRAM OR MaRS DISCOVERY DISTRICT - MUNICIPAL INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT FUNDAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-257 5  RecommendationNOISE BY-LAW ENFORCEMENTAdopted  Action details Not available
21-G-258 5  Staff Report - GCLONG RANGE FINANCIAL PLAN AND FINANCIAL POLICY FRAMEWORK UPDATE AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Deputy Mayor, B. Ward Seconded by: Councillor, R. Thomson That paragraph 1b) of motion 21-G-258 in Section “D” of the General Committee Report dated November 1, 2021 concerning the Long Range Financial Plan and Financial Policy Framework Update be separated and re-introduced as Section “F”, motion 21-G-260. CARRIED Upon the question of the original motion moved by Deputy Mayor, B. Ward and seconded by Councillor R. Thomson the motion was CARRIED AS AMENDED BY AMENDMENT #1Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
21-G-259 2  Staff Report - GCPRIVATE TREE BY-LAW REVIEW AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, A. Kungl Seconded by: Councillor, J. Harris That motion 21-G-259 of Section “E” of the General Committee Report dated November 1, 2021 concerning the Private Tree By-law Review be amended by deleting the motion and replacing it with the following: 1. That staff in Access Barrie in consultation with the Operations and Development Services Departments conduct public consultations through online platforms such as a survey to obtain public feedback on private tree by-law options in the first quarter of 2022. 2. That staff in Access Barrie report back to the City Building Committee in the early second quarter of 2022 with the results of the public consultation. CARRIED Upon the question of the original motion moved by Deputy Mayor, B. Ward and seconded by Councillor, R. Thomson, the motion was CARRIED AS AMENDED BY AMENDMENT #1.Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
21-G-260 1  RecommendationLONG RANGE FINANCIAL PLAN AND FINANCIAL POLICY FRAMEWORK UPDATE - ALLOCATION OF BHHI DIVIDENDS Councillor, M. McCann declared a potential pecuniary interest with respect to the foregoing matter as he owns an energy management company. He did not participate in the discussion or vote on the matter. He remained at the Council table.Referred  Action details Not available
21-A-119 3  Presentation - CCPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE 2022 BUSINESS PLAN AND OPERATING BUDGET C. Millar, Director of Finance/Treasurer provided a presentation on the 2022 Business Plan and Operating Budget. Mr. Millar discussed slides concerning the following topics: · The process of the 2022 Business Plan; · The 2022 budget directions related to operating costs; · A summary of the proposed 2022 tax rate impacts; · The 2022 sources of operating revenue; · The user rate budgets for water, wastewater and parking; · Council’s directions associated with the 10-year Capital Plan; · 2022 budget directions related to the Capital Plan; · The process of the 2022 Capital Plan; · A summary of the 2022 Capital Plan; · The requested capital spending authority by funding source from 2022 to 2026; · The consolidated reserve and reserve fund forecast from 2021 to 2026 and the five year average draws and contributions; · The forecasted debt levels and expected servicing cost from 2022 to 2026; and · The next steps and timelines. Members of Council asked a number of questions of City staff, received responses and waReceived  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2021-093 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held on the 8th day of November, 2021.Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available