Community and Protective Services Committee
Comité des services communautaires et de protection
Disposition 13 / Suite À donner 13
Wednesday, 15 February 2012, 9:30 a.m.
le mercredi 15 février 2012, 9 h 30
Notes: 1. Please note that any written or verbal submissions (including your name but excluding personal contact information) will form part of the public record and be made available to City Council and the public. Underlining indicates a new or amended recommendation approved by Committee.
Nota : 1. Veuillez noter que toute présentation écrite ou orale (accompagnée de votre nom, mais sans vos coordonnées) sera versée aux dossiers publics et sera mise à la disposition du Conseil municipal et de la population. Le soulignement indique qu'il s'agit d'une nouvelle recommandation ou d'une recommandation modifiée approuvée par le Comité.
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
RATIFICATION DES PROCÉS-VERBAL
Minutes 12 of the meeting held on Thursday, 19 January 2012 were confirmed.
COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES
1. UpDate on the Transition of COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Framework (CDF) AND ALLOCATION OF FUNDS TO SOUTH EAST OTTAWA COMMUNITY HEALTH AND RESOURCE CENTRE
That Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve the new direction of the Community Development Framework (CDF) model outlined in this report, including the allocation of the annual funding of $255,000 for the community development activities outlined this report to the South East Ottawa Community Health and Resource Centre, acting as the lead community partner for the Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres, subject to the South East Ottawa Community Health and Resource Centre entering into a contribution agreement with the City that satisfies the requirements of the Community Funding Framework Policy – Phase II that was approved by City Council on February 8, 2006.
2. Creation of a Twelve Bed Behavioural Support Unit in the Bungalows of the Peter D. Clark Long Term care Home
That the Community and Protective Services Committee recommend that Council approve that staff work with the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), Champlain Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre (ROMHC), the Alzheimer’s Society, and other community partners at the discretion of the Manager, Operations Branch, to develop a proposal to the Champlain LHIN to establish a 12 bed Behavioural Support Unit (BSU) in the Peter D. Clark Long Term Care Home Bungalows as outlined in this report, and upon acceptance of the proposal by the Champlain LHIN, to implement the proposal subject to the requirements as outlined in this report.
EMERGENCY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES
SERVICE DE PROTECTION ET D’URGENCE
3. EXPANDING SMOKE-FREE SPACES- LET’S CLEAR THE AIR: A RENEWED STRATEGY FOR A SMOKE-FREE OTTAWA
1. Receive the Board of Health Report “Let’s Clear the Air: A Renewed Strategy for a Smoke-Free Ottawa” (Document A), and the disposition from the Board of Health February 6, 2012 meeting (Document B);
2. Approve the amendments to its By-laws to provide for more smoke-free spaces as follows:
a) The Parks and Facilities By-law (By-law No. 2004-276) to prohibit smoking on all municipal properties such as parks, beaches, sports fields and outdoor areas around City facilities, as detailed in Document 3;
b) The Parkdale Market By-law (By-law No. 2008-448) and ByWard Market Program By-law (By-law No. 2008-449) to require the holder of a stand permit to ensure smoking is not permitted in the stand, as detailed in Document 4;
c) With respect to patios:
i. The Public Places By-law (By-law No. 2001-148) to prohibit smoking on an outdoor patio located on private property, as detailed in Document 5;
ii. The Encroachment By-law (By-law No. 2003-446) to require the holder of an encroachment permit for a patio located in the right-of-way to ensure that smoking is not permitted on the patio, as detailed in Document 6.
3. Direct staff to review the Parks and Facilities By-law and report back on the appropriate methods to prohibit lighted water pipes and similar smoking implements at all City parks, beaches, facilities, including administrative buildings.
4. Request that the Mayor write a letter to the Ontario Minister of Finance requesting clarification with respect to the authority of tobacco enforcement officers to inspect and seize contraband tobacco and, if necessary, provide additional authorization pursuant to the Tobacco Tax Act or amend the above-noted legislation as required.
5. Ask the Board of Health to work with By-Law Services and our BIAs to advise those businesses which consult with them of pending policy proposals.
6. Delete the word “are” in document 5, Clause (2)(a) and replace it with the words “may be”.
CARRIED, as amended
ARTICLES DES CONSEILLERS
Councillor / ConseillER MARK TAYLOR
4. REALLOCATION OF CAPITAL FUNDS FROM BELLTOWN DOME ADDITION TO RON KOLBUS/LAKESIDE GARDENS COMMUNITY CENTRE
RÉAFFECTATION DU FONDS POUR DÉPENSES EN CAPITAL DE L’AJOUT AU DÔME BELLTOWN AU CENTRE COMMUNAUTAIRE RON-KOLBUS LAKESIDE
That the Community and Protective Services Committee approve that the $1.067M balance of capital project funds from the Belltown Dome improvement project be re-allocated for improvements to the Ron Kolbus/Lakeside Gardens Centre.
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NOTICE OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)
AVIS DE MOTION (POUR EXAMEN LORS D’UNE RÉUNION SUBSÉQUENTE)
WHEREAS 1397 Richmond Road is a City owned property and the location of Ottawa Fire Station Number 22; and
WHEREAS this property includes undeveloped and unused green space behind the Fire Station; and
WHEREAS Ottawa Fire Services has confirmed that it has no present or future operational need for the undeveloped space behind the Fire Station and are agreeable to its conversion to community use; and
WHEREAS Winthrop Court is an Ottawa Community Housing development immediately adjacent to the Fire Station property, with no green space or park amenities within a reasonable distance; and
WHEREAS the residents of Winthrop Court would benefit greatly from having convenient access to a park with active play opportunities in close proximity to their homes; and
WHEREAS formal dedication of the green space area would facilitate its development into a neighbourhood park;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the green space portion of the property behind Fire Station 22 at 1397 Richmond Road be dedicated as a park.