1. CALL TO ORDER
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 August 22, 2000.
5. DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST
A. Transition Issues
7. PUBLIC MEETINGS/HEARINGS
A. To acknowledge receipt of a petition from the residents regarding the speed limit on Greywood Drive and a regulatory sign showing children playing at each end of Greywood Drive (Relates to Item 13.A, By-law No. 159 of 2000).
B. To acknowledge receipt of a petition from the residents regarding traffic and noise issues on Roslyn Avenue (A report in regards to this issue will be presented to Council at the meeting of October 17th, 2000).
A. Presentation by Mr. Rick Chevier, Lafarge Canada Inc. to speak to Council regarding license fees collected from Aggregate Producers and an update on the industry and the rehabilitation efforts undertaken on behalf of the aggregate industry.
B. Michèle Andre-St. Cyr to speak to Council to discuss the installation of turtle crossing signs to warn drivers of locations on the roads where turtles frequently cross.
11. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
A. Resolution - To enact the following
By-law No. 156 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding a dedication of a road widening with respect to Kenaston Street (Richard Bellefeuille, Coordinator, Legal Services, ext. 4107).
By-law No. 140 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding an Official Plan Amendment submitted by J. E. Ironside Consulting Ltd., for property located on Albion Road (Cheryl McWilliams, Planner, ext. 4176).
By-law No. 333-17 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding a Zoning By-law Amendment submitted by J.E. Ironside Consulting Ltd., for property located on Albion Road (Cheryl McWilliams, Planner, ext. 4176).
By-law No. 333-18 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding a Zoning By-law Amendment submitted by Arnold Kimmel Limited and Hartman Management Corporation #45 for property located at the south west corner of Stevenage Drive and Glenfield Road (Cathlyn Kaufman, Planner, ext. 4261).
By-law No. 333-19 of 2000; To adopt the Committee's recommendation regarding a Zoning By-law Amendment submitted by Harold Keenan and Donald Booth for property known as Part Lots 28 and 29 Broken Front Concession, Rideau Front (Debbie Shiells, Planner, ext. 4243).
By-law No. 157 of 2000; To approve the sale of a 2 acre parcel of City owned land Part of Lot 15, Concession 1, Ottawa Front, located on the east side of Shefford Road to Skate Canada (Don Loguisto, Director, Economic Development, ext. 4300).
12. CORPORATE SERVICES
A. Resolution - To accept the March, April, May & June 2000 Delegated Authority reports as information (Suzanne Bertrand, Manager, General Accounting, ext. 4263).
B. Resolution - To enact the following by-law:
By-law No. 158 of 2000; To amend By-law No. 176 of 1996, (Animal Care and Control By-law) in order to harmonize dog licensing fees for Day 1 in new City of Ottawa (Linda Anderson, Manager, Municipal Standards, ext. 4127).
13. OPERATIONS AND FIRE
A. Resolution - To enact the following by-laws:
By-law No. 159 of 2000; To amend the City's Traffic and Parking By-law No.1 of 1996 with respect to:
(i) establishing a "No Parking" zone on Sable Ridge Drive in Blossom Park and;
(ii) establishing a 40 km/h speed limit on Greywood Drive and Cedar Mills Road in Orléans (Rodney Pitchers, Head of Traffic Operations, ext. 4190).
By-law No. 160 of 2000; To authorize the purchase of crushed rock salt for the winter of 2000/2001 (Marco Lalonde, Manager of Works Maintenance, ext. 4220).
By-law No. 161 of 2000; To extend the existing pouring rights agreement between the Corporation of the City of Gloucester and the Coca-Cola Bottling Company (Pierre Jolicoeur, Acting Deputy City Manager, Operations and Fire, ext. 4139).
14. OTHER MOTIONS AND BY-LAWS
15. NOTICES OF MOTION
17. INQUIRIES & ANSWERS
18. CONFIRMATION BY-LAW
A. By-law No. 162 of 2000; To confirm the proceedings of Council.