2. CHANGES TO THE AGENDA
3. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
4. ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES
A resolution to adopt the minutes of the meeting of February 8th, 2000.
5. DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST
A. Transition Issues
7. PUBLIC MEETINGS/HEARINGS
A. Public Hearing with respect to the closing of a road known as Ambassador Avenue and part of Ogilvie Walk Crescent (Relates to Item 12.F, By-law No. 36 of 2000) (Angela Gatto, Legislative Services, ext. 4107).
A. Mr. Roland Lamarche, Chair, Henry Larsen Elementary School Parent Council to speak to Council in respect to the "Voyage of Rediscovery" by the RCMP ship "NADON".
11. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
A. Resolution - To enact the following by-laws:
By-law No. 24 of 2000; To authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the transfer of the two Mer Bleue sites in accordance with the Master Agreement between the City of Gloucester and the National Capital Commission. (Joanne Nesbitt, Landscape Architect, Community Development, ext. 4129).
By-law No. 25 of 2000; To authorize the execution of an agreement with the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority to continue the delegation of responsibilities for private sewage systems under the Building Code Act and Ontario Building Code (Liz Hilfrich, Chief Building Official, Community Development, ext. 4184).
By-law No. 26 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding a dedication of a road widening as a public highway to form part of Rosebella Avenue (Angela Gatto, Legislative Services, ext. 4107).
By-law No. 27 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding two minor amendments to Building By-law No. 120 of 1995 (Liz Hilfrich, Chief Building Official, ext. 4184).
By-law No. 222-553 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding a Zoning By-law Amendment application submitted by Urbandale Corporation for property located on Armstrong Road (new alignment) and River Road (Sandra Candow, Planner, ext. 4171).
By-law No. 28 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding an application for a Plan of Subdivision submitted by The Estate of Samuel Greenberg for property located on Roslyn Avenue (Mike Michaud, Planner, ext. 4170).
12. CORPORATE SERVICES
A. Resolution - To adopt the recommendations of the Ad-hoc Grants Committee (Maria Guevremont, Secretary, Ad-Hoc Grants Committee, ext. 4102).
B. Resolution - To approve a funding request to Main Street Ontario with respect to the St. Joseph Boulevard Revitalization Project (Maria Guevremont, Coordinator, Legislative Services, ext. 4102).
C. Resolution - To inform Council of the insurance coverage related to bonding of City employees as required by Section 93 (3) of the Municipal Act (Warren Whyte, Manager, Purchasing & Risk, ext. 4202).
D. Resolution- To approve the 2000 Accessibility Issues Action Plan and to receive information on the 1999 Accomplishments of the City's Advisory Committee on Accessibility Issues (Ann Marie Foley, A/Manager, Corporate Communication, ext. 4283).
E. Resolution - To amend Schedule "A" of the City's Fire Route By-law No. 201 of 1985 and to approve the following by-laws;
By-law No. 29 of 2000; for property located at Ridgebrook Estates, C.C.C.#56
By-law No. 30 of 2000; for property located at Loyola Court, C.C.C. #13
By-law No. 31 of 2000; for property located at 1021 and 1055 St. Laurent Boulevard (Loeb/Zellers)
By-law No. 32 of 2000; for property located at Brookmill Gardens - (Foxwell, Dondale and Ambrose Streets)
By-law No. 33 of 2000; for property located at Donald Plaza - Donald Street
By-law No. 34 of 2000; for property located at 1600 James Naismith Drive
By-law No. 35 of 2000; for property located at 1199 Joseph Cyr and 1211 Lemieux (Derek Petch, Municipal Standards Officer, ext. 3617).
F. Resolution - To enact the following by-laws:
By-law No. 36 of 2000; To stop up and close the public highway known as Ambassador Avenue and described as part of Block 4, Plan 4M-648 and part of Ogilvie Walk Crescent Plan 4M-1043 (Angela Gatto, Legislative Services, ext. 4107).
By-law No. 37 of 2000; To amend By-law No. 99 of 1995, as amended, being a By-law to appoint Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers as Peace Officers (Merrill Cutts, Deputy City Clerk, ext. 4103).
By-law No. 38 of 2000; To amend the 2000 Interim Levy By-law for the Capped Classes (Karen Tippett, Treasurer, ext. 4159).
13. OPERATIONS AND FIRE
A. Resolution - To enact the following by-laws:
By-law No. 39 of 2000; To authorize entering into a Professional Services Agreement with G.A. Clark & Associates Ltd. for the provision of services related to the data collection and flow monitoring of City sewers in the Chapel Hill community (Kelly Martin, Manager of Capital Works, ext. 4192).
By-law No. 40 of 2000; To approve the purchase of a replacement energy management control system for selected City buildings (Pierre Jolicoeur, Director of Building Operations, ext. 4224).
By-law No. 41 of 2000; To amend the City's Traffic and Parking By-law No.1 of 1996 with respect to:
(i) removing the Community Safety Zone (C.S.Z) on Innes Road in Blackburn Hamlet and;
(ii) establishing a new Community Safety Zone (C.S.Z) on Bearbrook Road in Blackburn Hamlet (Rodney Pitchers, Head of Traffic Operations, ext. 4190).
14. OTHER MOTIONS AND BY-LAWS
15. NOTICES OF MOTION
17. INQUIRIES & ANSWERS
18. CONFIRMATION BY-LAW
A. By-law No. 42 of 2000; To confirm the proceedings of Council.