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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/22/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers/Virtual Meeting
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21-A-120 1  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on November 8, 2021 were adopted as printed and circulated.   Not available Not available
21-A-121 2  Tax ApplicationTAX APPLICATIONS DATED NOVEMBER 22, 2021 Moved by: Deputy Mayor, B. Ward Seconded by: Councillor R, Thomson That the list of applications for cancellation, reduction or addition to taxes to Council dated November 22, 2021, submitted by the Treasurer in the amount of $291,677.94, be approved.   Not available Not available
21-A-122 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated November 15, 2021, Sections A, B, C, D and E (APPENDIX “A”).   Not available Not available
21-G-261 2  Staff Report - GCSUNNIDALE ROAD OVERPASS (WARDS 2 AND 4)   Not available Not available
21-G-262 2  Staff Report - GCBARRIE ARTS AND CULTURE INVESTMENT PROGRAM - 2022 PROGRAM - (IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS - CULTURAL GRANT PROGRAM REVIEW)   Not available Not available
21-G-263 3  Item of Discussion - GCINVESTIGATION FOR NO PARKING ANYTIME ON GOLFDALE ROAD (WARD 4)   Not available Not available
21-G-264 3  Item of Discussion - GCSUPPORT TO MOVE FORWARD WITH HOLLAND MARSH POLDER PHOSPHORUS RECYCLING FACILITY Councillor, G. Harvey declared a potential pecuniary interested in the foregoing matter as he is employed by the Regional Municipality of York. He rolled his chair back from the Council Table. He did not participate in the discussion or vote on the matter.   Not available Not available
21-G-265 4  Staff Report - GCHURRICANE STRAPS AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO HOMEOWNERS AFFECTED BY THE 2021 BARRIE TORNADO   Not available Not available
21-G-266 4  Staff Report - GCCONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL INFORMATION MATTER - APPOINTMENTS TO ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE   Not available Not available
21-G-267 2  RecommendationAPPOINTMENT(S) TO THE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE   Not available Not available
21-A-123 1  Direct MotionSUPPORT FOR THE TOWN OF INNISFIL’S APPLICATION FOR MINISTER’S ZONING ORDER (MZO) - ROYAL VICTORIA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE SOUTH CAMPUS - INNISFIL Moved by: Councillor, M. McCann Seconded by Councillor, A.M. Kungl That correspondence be sent on behalf of City Council in support of the Town of Innisfil’s request for a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) to accelerate development of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre’s future South Campus at the southwest corner of Innisfil Beach Road and Yonge Street. The recorded vote was taken as follows: Yes: 11 - Mayor, J. Lehman Councillor, C. Riepma Councillor, K. Aylwin Councillor, A. Kungl Deputy Mayor, B. Ward Councillor, R. Thomson Councillor, N. Harris Councillor, G. Harvey Councillor, J. Harris Councillor, S. Morales Councillor, M. McCann.   Not available Not available
21-A-124 1  Presentation - CCPRESENTATION REGARDING THE BARRIE POLICE SERVICE PROPOSED 2022 BUDGET REQUEST Greg Ferguson, Chair of the Barrie Police Services Board advised that members of the Barrie Police Services Board, the Senior Leadership Team and members of the Barrie Police Service (BPS) were in attendance of the virtual Council meeting. He highlighted key factors that have impacted the BPS 2022 budget including strategic business plan requirements to fulfill policing responsibilities, public expectations, evidence-based delivery of police services and increasing financial pressures. Mr. Ferguson explained that as the City of Barrie continues to grow, that 2022 budget request of 2.88% represents a balance between the effective service delivery to the community, fiscal concerns and their obligations under the Police Services Act to meet the expectations of the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan. Police Chief, Kimberly Greenwood discussed the slides concerning the following topics: · A summary of BPS policing today associated to changing requirements for Policing, serious incidents and community expe   Not available Not available
21-A-125 2  Presentation - CCPRESENTATION REGARDING THE BARRIE PUBLIC LIBRARY’S PROPOSED 2022 BUDGET REQUEST Lauren Jessop, CEO of the Barrie Public Library and Austin Mitchell, Chair of the Barrie Public Library Board provided a presentation concerning the Barrie Public Library’s Proposed 2022 Budget Request. She highlighted that main goal of the BPL Library is to expand it’s community outreach to families in the municipality. She acknowledged that the BPL intends to move forth with their strategic priorities while adhering to the 2% budget increase recommended by Council Ms. Jessop and Mr. Mitchell discussed slides concerning the following topics; · The expansion of the BPL digital library services, online learning, technology and eResource usages; · The Barrie Public Library Strategic Plan; · A summary of the innovative and adaptation of services of Barrie Public Library (BPL) during the COVID-19 pandemic; · The social supports, services and programs available to the community in partnership with community partners, volunteers and social agencies; · A review of the number of services provided to the    Not available Not available
21-A-126 2  Presentation - CCPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE COUNTY OF SIMCOE’S 2022 PROPOSED BUDGET REQUEST Trevor Wilcox, General Manager of Corporate Performance from the County of Simcoe advised that Jane Sinclair, General Manager of Health and Emergency Services, Greg Bishop, General Manager of Social and Community Services, and Lealand Sibbick, Treasure of the County of Simcoe were in attendance of the meeting concerning the 2022 County of Simcoe Budget Request. · The County Simcoe’s Operating and Capital Budgets from 2019 to 2022 for services provided by the County of Simcoe to the City of Barrie; · A summary of the Municipal Services Agreement associated to services and cost sharing; · The Social and Community Services 2022 Budget impacts; · The Health and Emergency Services 2022 Budget impacts; · The County of Simcoe’s COVID-19 pandemic expenditures; · The County Safe Restart Funding allocated to the City of Barrie and County of Simcoe; · The 2022 Capital Budget associated to Municipal and Non-Municipal Funding Capital Projects; and · A summary of the 2022 Budget impacts. Members of Council asked a numbe   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-094 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to amend By-law 89-86 being a by-law to designate private roadways as Emergency Fire Routes along which no parking of vehicles shall be permitted.(05-G-514) (49 Cyngus Crescent) (CLK105-05) (File: P19-FI)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-095 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt Part of Block 4 on Plan 51M-1187 being Parts 1 through 26 (inclusive) on Plan 51R-43188; City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being Part of PIN: 58091-3838 (LT) from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (H. Hansen Development Inc. - Part of Block 4 on Plan 51M-1187) (File: D23-YON)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-096 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt Part of Block 5 on Plan 51M-1187 being Parts 1 through 26 (inclusive) on Plan 51R-43187; City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being Part of PIN: 58091-3839 (LT) from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (H. Hansen Development Inc. - Part of Block 5 on Plan 51M-1187) (File: D23-YON)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-097 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt all of Block 231 on Plan 51M-1194 being Parts 1 through 16 (inclusive) on Plan 51R-43200; City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being all of PIN: 58091-4141 (LT) from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (H. Hansen Development Inc. - Block 231 on Plan 51M-1194) (File: D23-FER)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-098 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt all of Block 234 on Plan 51M-1194 being Parts 1 through 12 (inclusive) on Plan 51R-43204; City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being all of PIN: 58091-4144 (LT) from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (H. Hansen Development Inc. - Block 234 on Plan 51M-1134) (File: D23-FER)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-099 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt all of Block 235 on Plan 51M-1194 being Parts 17 through 32 (inclusive) on Plan 51R-43200; City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being all of PIN: 58091-4145 (LT) from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (H. Hansen Development Inc. - Block 235 on Plan 51M-1194) (File: D23-FER)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-100 1  By-lawA By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to exempt all of Block 236 on Plan 51M-1194 being Parts 33 through 47 (inclusive) on Plan 51R-43200; City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being all of PIN: 58091-4146 (LT) from Part Lot Control imposed by Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13. (12-G-190) (H, Hansen Development Inc. - Block 236 on Plan 51M-1194) (File: D23-FER)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2021-101 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 22nd day of November, 2021.   Not available Not available