Regional Council

13 October 1999
Haydon Hall
1:30 p.m.

draft agenda

A. National Anthem

B. Prayer

C. Roll Call

D. Confirmation of Minutes

Confirmation of the minutes of the Regular Council meeting of 22 September 1999.

E. Declarations of Interest Arising From Prior Meetings of Council and Committees

F. Communications

Issued separately.


Simultaneous translation of these proceedings is available. Please speak to the attendant at reception. L’interprétation simultanée de ces délibérations est offerte. Veuillez parler au préposé à l’accueil.

G. Regrets

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

Councillor M. Bellemare 10 - 14 October 1999 {Transit Commission Business}

Councillor W. Byrne 11 - 14 October 1999 {Transit Commission Business}

Councillor L. Davis 10 - 14 October 1999 {Transit Commission Business}

Councillor D. Holmes 10 - 14 October 1999 {Transit Commission Business}

Councillor J. Legendre 10 - 14 October 1999 {Transit Commission Business}

Councillor A. Loney 10 - 14 October 1999 {Transit Commission Business}

H. Motion to Introduce Committee Reports

Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report Nos. 47 and 48

Planning and Environment Committee Report No. 42

Transportation Committee Report Nos. 45 and 46


I. Motion to Adopt Committee Reports

J. Motion to Introduce By-laws Three Readings

1. Being a by-law to amend the Regional Road System (as established by By-law No. 16 of 1968).

2. Being a by-law to approve area municipality by-laws (regulating traffic on local streets as follows):

City of Cumberland 61-99

City of Kanata 30-99

City of Kanata 146-99

City of Kanata 147-99

City of Nepean 74-99

City of Nepean 75-99

3. Being a by-law to assume for public use and establish as common and public highways certain lands to become part of the Regional Road System.


K. Motions (Of Which Notice Has Been Previously Given)

L. Notices of Motion (For Consideration at Next Regular Council Meeting)

Moved by Councillor M. McGoldrick-Larsen

Seconded by Councillor A. Loney

WHEREAS READY 2000, the Regional Emergency Advisory Directorate on Year 2000, is a private-public partnership working together sharing information and solutions so that our communities can continue to have safe, reliable service through January 1, 2000 and beyond;

AND WHEREAS READY 2000 consists of essential and emergency providers, area municipalities, local utilities and agencies and organizations that have developed a region-wide YEAR 2000 emergency plan by sharing and exchanging information, co-ordinating messages to citizens, sharing contingency plans and assisting and co-ordinating action plans;

AND WHEREAS little or no service disruption is expected because of the steps we are taking, however, as a precaution, emergency preparedness plans are being developed;

AND WHEREAS the Region of Ottawa-Carleton wishes to encourage citizens to take steps to prepare prudent emergency plans for their families and their businesses as a precaution and to encourage residents to help others on a neighbourhood basis to cope with their situations;

AND WHEREAS READY 2000 is hosting READY 2000 days focusing on individual and family preparedness through three community forums on 2 November at Gloucester High School, 9 November at St. Pius High School and 16 November at Bell High School;

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Region of Ottawa-Carleton endorse the messages of READY 2000 to Be Ready and to Be Safe.

M. Confirmation By-law

N. Inquiries

O. Adjournment