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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/17/2022 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Virtual Meeting
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22-A-001 1  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting dated December 13, 2021 were adopted as printed and circulated.   Not available Not available
22-A-002 2  DeputationDEPUTATION BY NICOLA MITCHINSON OF MITCHINSON PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AND GERRY PILON OF SALTER PILON ARCHITECTS ON BEHALF OF THE OWNERS 2012292 ONTARIO LIMITED (PBM REALTY HOLDINGS INC.) CONCERNING MOTION 21-P-033, ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT APPLICATION - 217 DUNLOP STREET EAST (PBM REALTY HOLDINGS INC.) (WARD 2) Nicola Mitchinson of Mitchinson Planning and Development and Gerry Pilon of Salter Pilon Architects provided a Deputation on behalf of the owners, 2012292 Ontario Limited (Pbm Realty Holdings Inc.) concerning motion 21-G-033, Zoning By-law Amendment application for 217 Dunlop Street East. Ms. Mitchinson discussed slides concerning the following topics: · An aerial photograph identifying the site location and surrounding areas; · The proposed site plan for 217 Dunlop Street East; · An overview of the comparative developments and locations; · Architectural renders illustrating the buildings envelope perspective and conceptual elevations; and · The massing comparison from the South East and West and North West and East views. In conclusion, Ms. Mitchinson advised that in her   Not available Not available
22-A-003 1  DeputationDEPUTATION BY JENNIFER VAN GENNIP ON BEHALF OF THE SCATEH BARRIE CHAPTER CONCERNING MOTION 22-G-007, HOUSING AFFORDABILITY TASK FORCE Jennifer van Gennip on behalf of the SCATEH Barrie Chapter thanked the Housing Affordability Task Force for the important work accomplished and identified in the Housing Affordability Report, and members of Council initial support of the Task Force’s recommendations at the January 10th General Committee meeting. Ms. van Gennip commented that housing is a human right and priority must be given to those who currently have no housing options. She provided an example from the United Nations wherein the law requires governments to implement reasonable policies and programs with available resources to ensure that all people have access to housing and within the shortest possible timeframe. Ms. van Gennip noted that the policy puts the responsibility on governments and not the individual in a housing crisis to prevent homelessness. Ms. van Gennip expressed SCATEH’s appreciation to seeing the commitment of $5 million to create a fund for supportive housi   Not available Not available
22-A-004 1  DeputationDEPUTATION BY CATHY COLEBATCH CONCERNING MOTION 22-G-006, HOLLY COMMUNITY CENTRE NAMING RIGHTS Councillor N. Harris stated that in consultation with the Integrity Commissioner regarding her Code obligations, including those that arise under the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, she did not have a pecuniary interest in the matter that required her to abstain from voting on this matter, in accordance with her obligations under the Council and Committee Code of Conduct and upon advice of the Integrity Commissioner, she did not participate or vote on the foregoing matter. She left the virtual City Council meeting. Cathy Colebatch provided a Deputation concerning motion 22-G-006, Holly Community Centre Naming Rights. Ms. Colebatch recognized the Peggy Hill Team for its sponsorship to the renaming of the Holly Community Centre and the integral part the Peggy Hill Team contributions to the community by sponsoring organizations such as the YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka, Barrie Food Bank, Autism Ontario, Gilda’s Club and Hospice Simcoe. Ms. Colebatch discussed her concerns with the renaming   Not available Not available
22-A-005 1  Committee Report CCPlanning Committee Report dated December 7, 2021, Sections A, B, C and D. (APPENDIX “A”)   Not available Not available
21-P-030 3  Staff Report - PCZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT APPLICATION - 112 AND 136 BAYFIELD STREET, 14 SOPHIA STREET WEST, 113 AND 115 MAPLE AVENUE (ROCKAP HOLDINGS INC.) (WARD 2)   Not available Not available
21-P-031 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 MAPLEVIEW DRIVE SOUTH (INNISFIL) LTD - 953 MAPLEVIEW DRIVE EAST (WARD 10) (FILE: D30-015-2021)   Not available Not available
21-P-032 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 ASA DEVELOPMENT INC. - 108, 116 AND 122 HARVIE ROAD (WARD 6) (FILE: D30-018-2021)   Not available Not available
21-P-033 3  Staff Report - PCZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT APPLICATION - 217 DUNLOP STREET (PBM REALTY HOLDINGS INC.) (WARD 2)   Not available Not available
21-P-034 3  Staff Report - PCZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT APPLICATION - 407, 411, 413, 417 AND 419 MAPLEVIEW DRIVE WEST (407-419 MAPLEVIEW INC AND ENCORE GROUP) (WARD 7)   Not available Not available
22-A-006 1  Committee Report CCPlanning Committee Report dated December 14, 2021. (APPENDIX “B”)   Not available Not available
21-P-035 3  Public Meeting - PCAPPLICATION FOR A ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - SUBMITTED BY INNOVATIVE PLANNING SOLUTIONS ON BEHALF OF SEAN MASON HOMES (405 ESSA) INC. - 405 ESSA ROAD (WARD 6) (FILE: D30-011-2021)   Not available Not available
22-A-007 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated January 10, 2022, Sections A, B, C and D. (APPENDIX “C”)   Not available Not available
22-G-001 3  Staff Report - GCICE ALLOCATION POLICY - 5 YEAR REVIEW That the revised Ice Allocation Policy attached as Appendix "A" to Staff Report REC001-22, governing the equitable assignment and management of indoor ice within City of Barrie owned facilities, be approved and implemented for the 2022/2023 ice allocation season commencing on September 1, 2022. (REC001-22) (File: R06)   Not available Not available
22-G-002 2  Item of Discussion - GCINVITATION TO PRESENT - COUNTY OF SIMCOE AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, R. Thomson Seconded by: Deputy Mayor, B. Ward That motion 22-G-002 of Section “A” of the General Committee Report dated January 10, 2022 be amended by adding the following paragraph: “That the County of Simcoe be requested to work with the City of Barrie and appropriate community partners on developing additional permanent warming space options, and that City staff report back to General Committee at the September 12, 2022 General Committee meeting.” 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.   Not available Not available
22-G-003 2  Item of Discussion - GCREVIEW OPTIONS FOR DELIVERY OF LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES That staff review options available for the delivery of Long Term Care facilities for Barrie and report back to General Committee. (Item for Discussion 8.2, January 10, 2022)   Not available Not available
22-G-004 2  Item of Discussion - GCREINSTATING PROGRAM FOR RESIDENTS SUPPORTING LOCAL RESTAURANTS - PARKING TICKETS   Not available Not available
22-G-005 2  Presentation - GCPRESENTATION CONCERNING A HOUSING AFFORDABILITY TASK FORCE UPDATE   Not available Not available
22-G-006 3  Staff Report - GCHOLLY COMMUNITY CENTRE NAMING RIGHTS Councillor N. Harris stated that in consultation with the Integrity Commissioner regarding her Code obligations, including those that arise under the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, she did not have a pecuniary interest in the matter that required her to abstain from voting on this matter, in accordance with her obligations under the Council and Committee Code of Conduct and upon advice of the Integrity Commissioner, she did not participate or vote on the foregoing matter. She left the virtual City Council meeting.   Not available Not available
22-G-007 3  Item of Discussion - GCHOUSING AFFORDABILITY TASK FORCE AMENDMENT #1 Moved by: Councillor, N. Harris Seconded by: Councillor, G. Harvey That motion 22-G-007 of Section “D” of the General Committee Report dated January 10, 2022 be amended by adding the following paragraph: “That staff be directed to prepare a fulsome report regarding possible ways to use City facilities beyond the transit terminal for warming, such as the City Hall Rotunda, and that the report consider the hiring of security trained in de-escalation techniques for these locations.” CARRIED Upon the question of the original motion moved by Deputy Mayor, B. Ward and Councillor, R. Thomson, the motion was CARRIED AS AMENDED BY AMENDMENT #1.   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2022-001 1  By-lawBill #001 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to provide for an interim tax levy on all property classes in the City of Barrie. (13-G-316) (2022 Interim Property Tax By-law) (File: F22)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2022-002 1  By-lawBill #002 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to accept the “as-constructed” municipal services within and complementary to the Gilroy Innishore Residential Development (Gilroy Innishore Subdivision) Registered as Plan 51M-1114 as shown in the attached map, and to assume the streets within this plan of subdivision for public use (11-G-276) (Gilroy Innishore Subdivision - Prince George Crescent) (File: D12-411)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2022-003 1  By-lawBill #003 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to accept the “as-constructed” municipal services within and complementary to the Harvey Island Estates Subdivision Registered as Plan 51M-862 as shown in the attached map, and to assume the street within this plan of subdivision for public use. (11-G-276) (Harvey Island Estates Subdivision - Megan Crescent) (File: D12-324)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2022-004 1  By-lawBill #004 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to appoint Megan Lee Williams as Deputy City Clerk for the City of Barrie. (Appointment - Deputy City Clerk, Megan Lee Williams) (File: H00)   Not available Not available
BY-LAW 2022-005 1  By-lawBill #005 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held on the 17th day of January, 2022.   Not available Not available