Regional Council

Ottawa-Carleton

9 December 1998

2:30 P.M.

 

DRAFT AGENDA

 

 

A. PRAYER

B. ROLL CALL

C. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

Confirmation of the minutes of the Regular Council meeting of 25 November, 1998.

 

D. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST ARISING FROM PRIOR MEETINGS OF COUNCIL AND COMMITTEES

E. COMMUNICATIONS*

Issued separately.

 

* COMMUNICATIONS HELD ON FILE WITH THE REGIONAL CLERK.

F. REGRETS

The following members of Council advising that they will be absent from Council and Committee meetings during the dates indicated:

No regrets have been filed to date.

G. POSTPONEMENTS AND DEFERRALS

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor J. Legendre

WHEREAS the Region has the delegated responsibility for residential development and this development depends on adequate educational facilities;

WHEREAS there is a concern about inadequate suburban public education facilities throughout our region ;

WHEREAS suburban regional planning and development is based on the availability of schools for new residents and the Region is responsible for ensuring this availability, prior to approving developments;

WHEREAS intensification of residential development within the greenbelt is an Official Plan priority and it has come to our attention that many inner-city schools are slated for closure by the Provincial Government;

THEFEFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council:

  1. discuss facilities in place;
  2. discuss the implications for regional planning and development priorities of school closures within the Greenbelt and inadequate facilities in the suburban municipalities and possible actions to mitigate the impact of school closures and consequent loss of public space.

 

 

H. MOTION TO INTRODUCE COMMITTEE REPORTS

1999 BUDGET SUB-COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 1

COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 21

CORPORATE SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 26 AND REPORT NOS. 27 and 28 (IN CAMERA)

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 20

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 26

 

 

I. MOTION TO ADOPT COMMITTEE REPORTS

J. MOTION TO INTRODUCE BY-LAWS THREE READINGS

1. Being a By-law to authorize the borrowing of monies (not to exceed an amount of twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000.00) at any one time in 1999 to meet the current expenditures until levies and other revenues are received.)

2. Being a by-law to approve area municipality by-laws (regulating traffic

on local streets as follows):

Township of Goulbourn 46-98

 

K. MOTIONS (OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN)

L. NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT NEXT REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING)

M. CONFIRMATION BY-LAW

N. INQUIRIES

  1. ADJOURNMENT

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL ARE REMINDED THAT THE COUNCIL MEETING WILL BEGIN AT 2:30 P.M. ON DECEMBER 9TH OWING TO THE CEREMONY REGARDING THE PRESENTATION OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNORíS MEDAL TO MERV BECKSTEAD, CAO, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE AT 11:45 A.M.

 

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL ARE ADVISED THAT AN IN CAMERA MEETING OF THE OTTAWA-CARLETON REGIONAL TRANSIT COMMISSION WILL COMMENCE IMMEDIATELY UPON ADJOURNMENT OF THE COUNCIL MEETING.