Meeting Name: Planning Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/21/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Virtual Meeting
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21-P-020 2  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATION FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - SUBMITTED BY MHBC PLANNING LIMITED ON BEHALF OF ARTEN DEVELOPMENT GROUP - 284 AND 286 DUNLOP STREET WEST AND 119 AND 121 HENRY STREET (FILE: D30-009-2021) (WARD 2) Kory Chisholm from MHBC Planning Limited advised that the purpose of the Public Meeting is to review an application for a Zoning By-law Amendment on behalf of Arten Development Group for lands known municipally as 284 and 286 Dunlop Street West and 119 and 121 Henry Street, Barrie. Mr. Chisholm discussed slides concerning the following topics: * The existing site context and surrounding land uses; * Architectural renderings illustrating the development proposal; * The application's alignment with the Provincial and City policies; * The current zoning of the subject properties; * The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment and Special Provisions; * Comments received from Service Partners, Ministry of Transportation, City Departments and outside organizations; * An overview of the public comments received at the Neighbourhood Meeting; * The studies completed in support of the applirecommended for receipt (Section "A")  Action details Not available
21-P-021 2  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATION FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - SUBMITTED BY INNOVATIVE PLANNING SOLUTIONS INC. ON BEHALF OF MORRIELLO CONSTRUCTION LTD. - 520 AND 526 BIG BAY POINT ROAD (FILE: D30-006-2021) (WARD 8) James Hunter from Innovative Planning Solutions Inc. advised that the purpose of the Public Meeting to review an application for a Zoning By-law Amendment on behalf of Morriello Construction Ltd. for the lands known municipally as 520 and 526 Big Bay Point Road. Mr. Hunter discussed slides concerning the following topics: * The existing site context and surrounding land uses; * A rendering illustrating the development proposal; * A conceptual elevation of the proposed development; * The Official Plan designations for the subject lands; * The current zoning and proposed rezoning; * The proposed site-specific special provisions; * The studies completed in support of the application; and * A summary of the application. Michelle Banfield, Director of Development Services provided an update concerning the status of the application. She reviewed the public comments received during the nerecommended for receipt (Section "A")  Action details Not available
21-P-022 1  Staff Report - PCCOMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN GRANT APPROVALS SUMMARY - FEBRUARY TO MAY 2021 1. That Staff Report DEV019-21 regarding the status of the Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Grant Program be received for information purposes. 2. That 50 percent of the funds from the current balance associated with allocations for redevelopment and preservation of built heritage grant programs within the CIP Reserve be reallocated to the Affordable Housing Grant Program, to replenish the balance and continue funding development charges and per door grants for affordable housing projects in 2021. (DEV019-21) (File: F11-CIP)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
21-P-023 2  Staff Report - PCPROPOSED CITY-WIDE AMENDMENT TO COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 2009-141 FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, G. Harvey Seconded by” Councillor, J. Harris That motion 21-P-023 of Section “C” of the Planning Committee Report dated September 21, 2021 concerning the Proposed City-Wide Amendment to Comprehensive Zoning By-law 2009-141 for Affordable Housing be amended by adding the following paragraphs: “That staff in the Development Services and Legislative and Court Services Departments investigate proactive enforcement of second suites and detached accessory dwelling units for a period of 18 months with allocation for one additional zoning officer and one additional municipal law enforcement officer for this same period and report back to General Committee on compliance success. That the additional cost for staff for a period of 18 months be presented for consideration as part of the 2022 annual operating budget.” CARRIED AMENDMENT #2 Moved by: Councillor, S. Morales Seconded by: Councillor, M. McCann That motion 21-P-023 of Section “C” of the Planning Corecommended for adoption (Section "C")  Action details Not available