Regional Council

28 June 2000

Haydon Hall

1:30 p.m.

draft agenda



A. Prayer


B. Roll Call


C. Confirmation of Minutes

Confirmation of the minutes of the Regular Council meeting of 14 June 2000.


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


E. 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.

F. Regrets

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

Councillor W. Byrne 4 - 31 July 2000


G. Motion to Introduce Committee Reports

Community Services Committee Report No. 49

Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report

No. 68

Planning and Environment Committee Report No. 59

Transportation Committee Report Nos. 64 and 65


H. Motion to Adopt Committee Reports


I. Motion to Introduce By-laws Three Readings

1. Being a by-law to adopt Amendment 7 to the Official Plan (1997) of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.

2. Being a by-law to adopt Amendment 10 to the Official Plan (1997) of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.



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

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor G. Hunter

WHEREAS recent population projection and economic growth projections have been revised upwards across the Region including for the central areas;

WHEREAS the new City’s New Official Plan and infrastructure requirements will have to be revised to reflect this change;

WHEREAS the city is presently in transition from 11 municipalities to one, and no municipality presently controls its budget or planning process;

WHEREAS schools are presently slated to be closed based on population projections for a decrease, not an increase in communities within the Greenbelt but present numbers are showing increases and this is the projected trend until 2021;

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Regional Council formally request school boards delay school closures until the new single City Council and the new school boards have been elected.


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


L. Confirmation By-law


M. Inquiries


N. Adjournment





Members of Council are advised that a meeting of the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission will commence immediately upon adjournment of the Council meeting on 28 June 2000.