OTTAWA CITY COUNCIL

3 SEPTEMBER 2003

ANDREW S. HAYDON HALL

1:30 p.m.

 

MINUTES 59

 

 

The Council of the City of Ottawa met at Andrew S. Haydon Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, on 3 September 2003 at 1:30 p.m.

 

The Mayor, Bob Chiarelli, presided and led Council in prayer.

 

The National Anthem was sung by. Tracy Annand-Robichaud.

 

 

Announcements/Ceremonial Activities

 

The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa

 

On behalf of Council and the citizens of Ottawa, Mayor Chiarelli presented Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Kelly of Ottawa’s Regiment, the Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa, with a silver bowl depicting the City of Ottawa’s Coat of Arms and a new pipe banner for the Regiment’s Pipe & Drum Band.  Lieutenant Colonel Kelly presented the Mayor with the Cameron Highlander’s Regimental flag, to be flown outside City Hall in Festival Plaza.

 

MOTION NO. 59/1

 

Moved by Councillor E. Arnold

Seconded by Councillor S. Little

 

WHEREAS the Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa trace their origins back to the formation of the 43rd Battalion of Infantry located in Bells Corners, in October 1866 in response to the Fenian Raids;

 

AND WHEREAS permission was granted on January 13, 1882 for the unit to adopt the motto of the City of Ottawa – “Advance”, which is still worn on the unit’s badges today;

 

AND WHEREAS individual members of the Battalion served with the military forces during the North West Rebellion in 1885 and comprised a company of the Royal Canadian Regiment for service during the South African War (1899-1902);

 

AND WHEREAS during the First World War (1914-1918), the Battalion contributed a significant number of soldiers to Canada’s oversees units, where two members were awarded the Victory Cross;

 

AND WHEREAS the unit was renamed the Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa on December 15, 1936;

 

AND WHEREAS, during the Second World War (1939-1945), the unit served on garrison duty in Iceland, trained in the United Kingdom, and was the only Ottawa unit to land on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944;

 

AND WHEREAS, during the last half-century, the Camerons have continued to train and carry out various operational functions overseas, including peacekeeping, as well as to support domestic operations, such as the Great Ice Storm of 1998, and to fulfill other ceremonial duties;

 

AND WHEREAS on May 29, 1969, the Camerons were accorded the privilege of the, “Freedom of the City” by his Worship Donald Reid, the Mayor of the City of Ottawa, in a ceremony held at City Hall;

 

AND WHEREAS at its meeting of February 14, 2001, Ottawa City Council resolved that, “the Cameron Highlanders be retained as the official military unit for the new City of Ottawa”;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City Council formally re-affirm its longstanding relationship with the Cameron Highlanders as “Ottawa’s regiment”.

 

CARRIED

 

 

Roll Call

 

ALL MEMBERS WERE PRESENT EXCEPT COUNCILLORS J. LEGENDRE AND

C. DOUCET.

 

 

Declarations of Interest Arising from Prior Meetings of Council and Committees

 

See specific agenda item for declaration (Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 54, Item 7).

Confirmation of Minutes

 

The Minutes of the regular Council meeting of 23 July 2003 were confirmed.

 

 

Communications

 

The following communication was received by City Council:

 

From the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee supporting the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommendation respecting the National Firearms Registry.

 

 

Regrets

 

The following members of Council advised that they would be absent from the Council meeting on the dates indicated:

 

Councillor J. Legendre 3 September 2003

Councillor C. Doucet 3 September 2003 (City business)

 

 

Motion to Introduce Committee Reports

 

MOTION NO. 59/2

 

Moved by Councillor P. Hume

Seconded by Councillor S. Little

 

That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Reports 25 and 26, Audit Committee Report 15, Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Reports 54 and 54A (In Camera), Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee and Audit Committee Joint Report 1, Planning and Development Committee Report 56 and Transportation and Transit Committee Reports 48 and 49 be received and considered.

 

CARRIED

 


AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 25

 



 

1. Monahan Municipal Drain

 

 

Court Recommendation

 

That Council give third reading to the Monahan Municipal Drain By-law.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

2.                   van gaal Municipal Drain

 

 

Court Recommendation

 

That Council give third reading to the Van Gaal Municipal Drain By-law.

 

CARRIED

 

 

AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 26

 



 

1. FAULKNER MUNICIPAL DRAIN MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council adopt the Engineer’s Report for the Faulkner Municipal Drain, and give first and second reading to the attached By-law in accordance with Sections 42 and 45 of the Drainage Act of Ontario.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

2.                   NATIONAL FIREARMS REGISTRY - BILL C-68

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

WHEREAS the federal government committed to the taxpayers of Canada that the National Firearms Registry for long guns under Bill C-68 would cost no more than $2 million dollars;

AND WHEREAS the Auditor General’s Report submitted to Parliament on December 3, 2002 determined that the minimum cost of the federal firearms registry for long guns will exceed $1 billion dollars; that a recent administrative review by a consultant for the Justice Department verified that the gun registry will cost an additional $541 million before being fully implemented, and another $1 billion to operate; and that these spending estimates do not include the cost of associated programs;

 

AND WHEREAS the Canadian Taxpayers Federation has recently announced that they believe that the firearms registry for long guns will cost the taxpayers of Canada at least $2 billion;

 

AND WHEREAS the Auditor General of Canada determined that the Justice Department has consistently failed to provide both the Members of Parliament and the Auditor General with accurate information regarding cost overruns of the registry;

 

AND WHEREAS the government has failed to provide any conclusive or verifiable evidence that the registration of long guns is preventing crime or keeping guns out of the hands of criminals;

 

AND WHEREAS the money spent on the firearms registry for long guns would have provided MRI’s for every hospital in Canada, or provided for the hiring of at least 10,000 police officers;

 

AND WHEREAS municipalities across Canada are in dire need of funding assistance to assist with the provision of local services including public transit, the maintenance of local infrastructure such as roads, bridges, sewers, hospitals, and local law enforcement;

 

AND WHEREAS eight Provinces, three Territories, numerous police associations, police chiefs and police officers across Canada have withdrawn their support of the firearms registry for long guns; five recent public opinion polls have demonstrated that a majority of Canadian taxpayers support the abolition of the firearms registry in favour of spending on other national priorities; and that six provinces are refusing to prosecute charges associated with the firearms registry;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council requests Parliament to retain the licensing component of Bill C-68; to strengthen the sentencing and penalties associated with the use of a firearm in the commission of a crime; and abolish the unworkable national firearms registry for long guns and redirect the tax dollars being spent on the registry to programs in support of municipal infrastructure, health care, education, and local law enforcement.

 

LOST on a division of 6 YEAS to 11 NAYS as follows:

Yeas (6): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Thompson, D. Eastman, J. Harder, J. Stavinga and

S. Little.

 

Nays (11): Councillors D. Deans, A. Munter, M. Meilleur, E. Arnold, R. Bloess,

M. Bellemare, H. Kreling, P. Hume, R. Chiarelli, A. Cullen and

Mayor Chiarelli.

 

 

AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT 15

 

1. Audit of the Implementation of the M4 Fleet Management Information System

 

Committee Recommendations

 

1. That Council receive Document 1, Report on the Audit of the Implementation of the M4 Fleet Management Information System and its recommendations be approved.

 

2. That the A/City Manager submit a progress report on implementation of the audit recommendations to Committee and Council, no later than six months after Council approval of the recommendations.

 

CARRIED

 

 


 

2. AUDIT OF THE TRANSITION OF CITY LIVING AND OTTAWA HOUSING CORPORATION

 

Committee Recommendations as amended

 

1. That Council receive Document 1, Report on the Audit of the Transition of City Living and Ottawa Housing Corporation, and its recommendations, as amended by the following, be approved:

That the last recommendation under Section 5.4 - OCHC and Shareholder Relationship, be amended to replace the word “liaison” with the word “adviser”, to read: “That Housing Branch Management define their role as the Shareholder’s adviser with respect to OCHC.

 

2. That the A/City Manager submit a progress report on implementation of the audit recommendations to Committee and Council, no later than six months after Council approval of the recommendations.

 

3. That Council, as the Shareholder of the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation (OCHC), refer the report to the OCHC Board of Directors for consideration, receive the OCHC Board of Directors’ response and that OCHC report back to the Shareholder on any actions resulting from this report no later than six months after Council approval of this report.

 

4. That Council receive the response from the General Manager People Services Department for information.

 

CARRIED

 

 

3. 2002 CITY OF OTTAWA CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve the 2002 City of Ottawa Consolidated Financial Statements.

 

CARRIED

 

 

Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 54

 

1. DISPOSITION OF SINKING FUND SURPLUS AND 2002 SINKING FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council receive the Sinking Fund Financial Statements for 2002 and approve the distribution of the sum of $1,035,907.00 from the City of Ottawa Sinking Fund representing surpluses in excess of certain debenture commitments, to the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board and to the City in amounts provided herein.

 

CARRIED

 

 

2. SALE OF LAND – 53 YOUNG STREET

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Declare a vacant parcel of land shown on Annex “A” attached, containing approximately 0.218 ha (0.54 acres), described as being part of Block D, Registered Plan 73, City of Ottawa, and shown as Part 1, Plan 5R-8356, as surplus to the City’s needs;

 

2. Approve the sale of the land detailed in Recommendation 1, subject to any easements that may be required, to International Prosper Corporation, for the amount of $235,000.00, plus GST, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

CARRIED

 

 

3. SALE OF LAND –  ROAD ALLOWANCE – FLAMBOROUGH WAY (PART 4, PLAN 4R-17922)

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Declare a vacant parcel of land indicated as Parcel “A” on Annex ‘A’ attached, containing approximately 36.3m2 (390.74 square feet), described as being part of Flamborough Way geographic Township of March, City of Ottawa, and shown as Part 4 on Plan 4R-17922, subject to the road being stopped up and closed by By-law, as surplus to the City’s needs;

 

2. Approve the sale of the land detailed in Recommendation 1, subject to an easement required by Hydro Ottawa and any other easements that may be required, to Minto Land Development Corporation, for the amount of $5,900.00, plus GST, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

CARRIED

 

 

4. SALE OF LAND – ROAD ALLOWANCE BETWEEN CONCESSIONS 9 AND 10 – PART 1, PLAN 4R-18552

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Declare a vacant parcel of land shown on Annex “A” attached, containing approximately 1737.9m2 (0.429 acres), described as being part of road allowance between Concessions 9 and 10, geographic Township of Cumberland, City of Ottawa and shown as Part 1, Plan 4R-18552, closed by Township of Cumberland By-law 5-96, as surplus to the City’s needs;

 

2. Approve the sale of the land detailed in Recommendation 1, subject to any easements that may be required, to Minto Developments, for the amount of $74,676.00, plus GST, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

CARRIED

 

 

5. SALE OF LAND – 2163 DUNNING ROAD

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Declare a vacant parcel of land shown on Annex “A” attached, containing approximately 1.62 ha (4 acres), described as being part of Lot 12, Concession 4, geographic Township of Cumberland being all of PIN 14540-0024, City of Ottawa, as surplus to the City’s needs;

 

2. Approve the sale of the land detailed in Recommendation 1, subject to any easements that may be required, to Richard Gerson, for the amount of $27,500.00, plus GST, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

CARRIED

 

 

6. SALE OF LAND – 2510 DON REID DRIVE

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve the sale of a 1.4322 ha parcel of vacant land located at 2510 Don Reid Drive, described as Parts 1 and 2 on Reference Plan 5R-13263, to Darcy Cullum “In Trust” for a company to be incorporated, for $480,000.00, plus GST, subject to any easements that may be required, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

CARRIED

 

 

7. HIRING and employment of family members POLICY –
Municipal Act, 2001  S. 270


 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council approve:

 

1.                  The Hiring and Employment of Family Members Policy found at Appendix “A”; and

 

2. That implementation of this policy shall take effect with the new term of City Council on December 1st, 2003.

 

 

DECLARATION OF INTEREST

 

Councillor Brooks declared an interest on Item 7 of Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 54 as he has a family member currently employed.

 

Councillor Brooks did not take part in the discussion or vote on this item.

 

 


MOTION NO. 59/3

 

Moved by Councillor A. Cullen

Seconded by Councillor P. Hume

 

That Appendix “A” of the Hiring and Employment of Family Members Policy be amended to add under “Definitions – Family” the following:

 

Siblings – brothers or sisters related through a common parent.

 

LOST on a division of 8 YEAS to 9 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (8): Councillors P. McNeely, D. Deans, A. Munter, M. Meilleur, E. Arnold,

P. Hume, A. Cullen and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

Nays (9): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Eastman, J. Harder, R. Bloess, M. Bellemare,

H. Kreling, J. Stavinga, S. Little and R. Chiarelli.

 

 

Item 7 of Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee 54 was then put to Council and CARRIED.

 

 

8. PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (P3) PROJECT - DOMED / INDOOR PLAYING FACILITIES

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Authorize staff to enter into negotiations with Thunderbird Management Services Inc. (TMSI) for the construction and operation of a year round, air supported, domed playing facility at Hornet’s Nest on Bearbrook Road; and

 

2. Direct staff to report to Council on the outcome of the negotiations in September 2003.

 

CARRIED

 

 

9. PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (P3) - GARRY J. ARMSTRONG LONG-TERM CARE CENTRE

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Authorize staff to enter into negotiations with PCL Constructors Canada Inc., Central Park Lodges Ltd. and Retirement Residences Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) for the construction of the new Garry J. Armstrong Long-Term Care Centre and the redevelopment of the existing Allan House on Porter Island; and

 

2. Direct staff to report to Council on the outcome of the negotiations in September 2003.

 

CARRIED with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 

 

10. PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (P3) - EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES HEADQUARTERS

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1. Authorize staff to request proposals for the design, construction, financing and operation of an Emergency Medical Services headquarters at 2465/2495 Don Reid Drive; and

 

2. Approve the framework for the development of the Request for Proposal (RFP) as presented in this report.

 

CARRIED with Councillor Cullen dissenting.

 

 

11. VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL FUNDING REQUEST

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve partnership funding in the amount of $75,000 towards the establishment of a Vocational and Technical Training High School.

 

CARRIED

 

 

12. Type III OMERS supplementary benefits

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council approve:

 

1. The distribution of the surplus funds held with OMERS and the creation of two new reserves identified as Ottawa Police Service and the Ottawa Fire Service Type III Supplementary Benefit Account and;

 

2. That the funds be allocated as indicated in the attached Memorandum of Agreement dated December 3, 2002 and

 

3. The method by which the City is to recover the surplus, (also recommended by OMERS), reducing the employer’s contributions to OMERS for all City and Police employees until the surplus is exhausted.

 

CARRIED

 

 

13. Ottawa neighbourhood services funding request

 

Committee RecommendationS as amended

 

That Council approve:

 

1. That the provision of the Notice By-law (By-law No. 2002-522) requiring that requests for funding outside of the budget process be advertised in advance of consideration at the Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee, be waived.

 

2. A one-time grant of $19,000 to Ottawa Neighbourhood Services, to be funded from the City-Wide General Reserve Fund.

 

CARRIED with Councillors G. Hunter, J. Stavinga and S. Little dissenting.

 

 

14. CAPITAL FUNDING SUPPORT – CHEO

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve that the CHEO be remitted $14,093.92, the amount being equivalent to the fees paid to the City for construction undertaken by the Hospital pursuant to the Hospital’s approved 10 Year Capital Program.

 

CARRIED

 

 

15. SALE OF LAND – ROAD ALLOWANCE BETWEEN LOTS 20 & 21, CONCESSION 10 ADJACENT TO 6545 FERNBANK ROAD

 

Committee RecommendationS

 

That Council:

 

1. Declare a vacant parcel of land shown on Annex “A” attached, containing approximately 722.6m2 (7,778 square feet), described as being part of road allowance between Lots 20 and 21, Concession 10, geographic Township of Goulbourn, City of Ottawa, subject to the road being stopped up and closed by by-law, as surplus to the City’s needs;

2. Approve the sale of the land detailed in Recommendation 1, subject to any easements that may be required, to Donald Bernier and Tanya Bernier, for the amount of $6,800.00, plus GST, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

CARRIED

 

 


Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee

Report 54A

 

1. DISPUTE RESOLUTION - NICHOLAS WALLER TRIANGLE LES JARDINS PONDEV LTEE/GROUPE LEPINE - 170-160 WALLER

 

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council approve the following:

 

1. In lieu of the reconstruction of the buildings previously located at 160 and 162 Waller Street a financial consideration of $250,000 be provided to the City by the Owner, Les Jardins Pondev Ltée/Groupe Lépine.

 

2. In recognition of this settlement the City will confirm compliance with the Work Order(s) issued on 170 Waller Street and that all charges filed under the Building Code Act and the Provincial Offences Act be withdrawn.

 

3. The Owner will file, within 30 days of City Council’s approval of the In-camera report recommendations, a revised Site Plan Control application that will include the following:

 

a) the retention and rehabilitation of 170 Waller Street in accordance with the plans and specifications filed with and approved by the City of Ottawa;

b) approval of the landscaping/site grading changes to the east side of the site formally occupied by 160 and 162 Waller Street;

c) the reconstruction of the interior framing of 170 Waller Street in accordance with plans and specification filed and approved by the City of Ottawa, which plans and specifications shall provide for adequate support of the existing brick façade;

d) an Easement Agreement(s) shall be registered on title to ensure that 170 and 180 Waller Street are protected, maintained and insured in perpetuity;

e) the report of an approved masonry restoration expert  with respect to the repair of 170 Waller Street and confirming the structural integrity/design of the brick masonry repair and a final report confirming compliance with the recommendations for repair.

 

4. The City will request the National Capital Commission to relieve the Owner of its requirement to reconstruct 160 and 162 Waller which forms part of the Federal Design Approval for the Nicholas Waller Triangle dated July 23, 2001 and revised December 23, 2002.

 

5. The Development Services Department confer with the Ward Councillor, the Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee and the Heritage Advisory Committee, and bring forward a recommendation to Planning and Development Committee on the disbursement of the $250,000 settlement.

 

CARRIED

 

 

Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee and Audit Committee Joint Report 1

 

1. REPORT OF MR. dENIS DESAUTELS ON THE CITY’S AUDIT FUNCTION

 

 

Committee RecommendationS as amended

 

That Council:

 

1. Approve the recommendations contained in Mr. Denis Desautels’ report as follows:

 

a) Establish the position of Auditor General for the City of Ottawa, with all of the essential attributes of such a position and with the staffing and resources necessary to form the office supporting such a position.

 

b)      The position of Auditor General, its attributes and obligations and those of the Audit Office should be enshrined in the provincial statutes pertaining to the City of Ottawa.

 

c) The Auditor General should have the responsibility of carrying out financial, compliance and performance (value-for-money) audits of all programs, activities and functions of the City and to report his/her findings directly to Council through its Audit Committee. The auditor must be given all the powers necessary to carry out those responsibilities.

 

d) The Auditor General would be appointed by Council on the recommendation of the Audit Committee for a seven-year term.

 

e) In order to enhance the independence of the Auditor General, the position should be at the same level as other senior (general) managers.

 

f) The Office of the Auditor General should be established using the appropriate resources from the existing Audit and Consulting Services group.

 

g) Management should have the option of requesting that the Auditor General carry out internal audit assignments following an established protocol or alternatively contracting out assignments to external providers.

 

h) i. The Auditor General should report to Council through the Audit Committee of Council. This would apply to individual audit reports as well as to budgets and annual work plans.

 

ii. Council should adopt a clear set of operating rules or a convention governing requests for special audits by individual members of Council or by Council as a whole. The Auditor General should be given freedom to decide whether or not to carry out such audits and his/her regular duties must take precedence over special requests.

 

iii. The Auditor General should report his/her findings on an ongoing basis as projects are completed.

 

iv. In addition to individual reports, the Auditor General should prepare an annual report to Council commenting on the trends observed, the implementation of recommendations and other matters which should be brought to the attention of Council.

 

v. The Auditor General should report on the performance of his/her office on an annual basis.

 

i) The Audit Committee of Council should continue to have the prime responsibility for engaging the external auditors and for overseeing the execution of the audit of the City’s annual financial statements.

 

2. Direct staff to bring forward by October an action plan to implement the Desautels report and all of its recommendations, including any special transition measures and reporting protocols vis-à-vis external boards and agencies that may be needed.

 

3. Approve that the title of the new fully independent audit office be called the “City Auditor General”.

 


MOTION NO. 59/4

 

Moved by Councillor G. Hunter

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

That Recommendation 2 be replaced with the following:

 

That staff bring forward by October an action plan to implement recommendations based on the Desautels Report including any special transition measures and reporting protocols vis a vis external boards and agencies that may be required.

 

CARRIED on a division of 9 YEAS to 8 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (9): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Eastman, J. Harder, E. Arnold, R. Bloess,

G. Hunter, G. Brooks, S. Little and A. Cullen.

 

Nays (8): Councillors D. Thompson, P. McNeely, A. Munter, M. Meilleur,

M. Bellemare, H. Kreling, J. Stavinga and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

Item 1 of Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee and Audit Committee Joint Report 1 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 59/4 and with Councillor D. Eastman dissenting.

 

 

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 56

 



1. EXEMPTION TO THE RESIDENTIAL FENCE BY-LAW (FORMER GLOUCESTER) - 3051 APPLE HILL DRIVE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve an exemption to the Residential Fence By-law 81of 1998 (former City of Gloucester) for sections of fencing located along the rear yard at 3045, 3047, 3049, 3051, 3053, 3055 and 3057 Apple Hill Drive, as detailed in Document 1; and,

 

That this approval be conditional on the sub-division condition for the construction of the retaining wall be to the satisfaction of the City.

 


MOTION NO. 59/5

 

Moved by Councillor D. Deans

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

WHEREAS Planning and Development Committee, on July 24, 2003, tentatively carried the fence height exemption for the Apple Hill Drive properties with the amendment that “this approval be conditional on the subdivision condition for the construction of the retaining wall to the satisfaction of the City”;

 

WHEREAS the conditions of this amendment have not yet been met;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT this item be referred back to Planning and Development Committee, not to appear on an agenda until this agreement has been reached.

 

CARRIED

 

Item 1 of Planning and Development Committee Report 56 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 59/5.

 

 



2. OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING - 7 DEAKIN STREET

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Approve an application to amend the Region of Ottawa-Carleton Official Plan to allow a noise-sensitive land-use within the Ottawa Airport Operating Influence Zone, for 7 Deakin Street and direct staff to prepare such an amendment for adoption.

 

2.                  Approve an application to amend the former City of Nepean Zoning By-law to rezone 7 Deakin Street from Industrial Park (MP) to Institutional (I) and revise Sections 13.3.1 and 10.1 to permit a Place of Worship.

 

3.      Provide no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act RSO 1990 c.

 

CARRIED

 

 



3. ZONING AND OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 320 MCLEOD STREET

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1. refuse an application to amend “Schedule H – Plan of Centertown” of the former City of Ottawa Official Plan to change the land use designation applying to the property at 320 McLeod Street from ‘Medium Profile Residential Area’ to ‘High Profile Residential Area’.

 

2.                  approve an application to amend the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law 1998 for 320 McLeod Street from a Low Rise Apartment R5D [82] H(10.7) zone to a High Rise Apartment R6A H(28) zone with exceptions as detailed in Document 2.

 

3. WHEREAS the revised application for this site is significantly improved over previous proposals for 320 McLeod Street;

 

AND WHEREAS there remains community concern over the height and massing of the proposal;

 

AND WHEREAS the current proposal does not include any setbacks along the south and west facades of the building;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Planning and Development Committee Amend the staff report – Document 4 to reflect:

·                    A setback of 1 metre at a height of 10.7 metres along the west and south facades of the building.

 

4. Provide no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.

 

 

MOTION NO. 59/6

 

Moved by Councillor E. Arnold

Seconded by Councillor S. Little

 

WHEREAS the revised application for this site is significantly improved over previous proposals for 320 McLeod Street;

 

AND WHEREAS there remains community concern over the height and massing of the proposal;

AND WHEREAS Planning and Development Committee amended the staff report – Document 4 to reflect:

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Planning and Development Committee Report 56, Item 3 be amended to reflect a maximum height of 22.5 metres or seven storeys.

 

LOST on a division of 7 YEAS to 13 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (7): Councillors W. Stewart, P. McNeely, M. Meilleur, E. Arnold, J. Stavinga,

S. Little, A. Cullen.

 

Nays (13): Councillors D. Thompson, D. Eastman, D. Deans, J. Harder, A. Munter,

R. Bloess, M. Bellemare, G. Hunter, H. Kreling, P. Hume, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

Item 3 of Planning and Development Committee Report 56 was then put to Council and CARRIED with Councillors W. Stewart, M. Meilleur, E. Arnold, J. Stavinga and A. Cullen dissenting..

 

 



4. OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 2101, 3101 and 4101 INNOVATION DRIVE - ZONING BY LAW AMENDMENT - 2101 and 3101 INNOVATION DRIVE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS as amended

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Approve and adopt an Official Plan Amendment to the former Region of Ottawa-Carleton and City of Kanata Official Plan to permit residential development within the Kanata North Business Park as detailed in Document 2 and 3.

 

2.                  Approve an amendment to the former City of Kanata Zoning By-law to rezone 4101 and 5025 Innovation Drive from M2 and M2S(11) General Industrial to CG-1 General Commercial Exception and 5RA-1 Residential Type 5A Exception as shown in Document 4 and detailed in Document 5.

 

3. Approve a technical amendment to Document 5 (Zoning Details) to correct wording and omissions as follows:

 

i) Residential Type 5A Zone Subsection A (ii), (iii) and (iv) “Coverage” be changed to replace the word “minimum” with the word “maximum”;

ii) Residential Type 5A Zone Subsection A be changed to add (v) Minimum Density 35 units/net residential hectare; and

iii) General Commercial Zone Subsection A (1)(b) be changed to replace “an automobile car” with “an automobile gas bar”.

 

4. Provide no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.

 

CARRIED

 

 



5. OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING AMENDMENT - 300 HUNT CLUB ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Approve and Adopt an amendment to the Official Plan of the former Region of Ottawa-Carleton to modify Section 4.1.2, Policy 13 “MacDonald-Cartier International Airport” as set out in Document 1 to permit commercial retail uses at 300 Hunt Club Road.

 

2.                  Approve and Adopt an amendment to the Official Plan of the former City of Ottawa to modify Site Specific Policy 9.0 “MacDonald-Cartier International Airport” as set out in Document 2 to allow commercial retail development at 300 Hunt Club Road.

 

3. Approve an amendment to the Zoning By-law 1998 of the former City of Ottawa from an “Industrial Business Park” IP F(1.0) Zone and “Transportation” T1 Zone to an “Industrial Business Park” IP F(1.0) exception zone to permit commercial retail uses at 300 Hunt Club Road as detailed in Document 4.

 

CARRIED with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 



6. ZONING - 560 RIDEAU STREET

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the application to amend the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law 1998, to change the zoning of 560 Rideau Street from a CN7 F(2.0)

Neighbourhood Linear Commercial  Zone to a CN7 F(4.25) Neighbourhood Linear Commercial Zone with an exception, as detailed in Document 3 and shown in Document 4.

 

CARRIED on a division of 14 YEAS to 6 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (14): Councillors D. Thompson, D. Eastman, D. Deans, J. Harder, A. Munter,

R. Bloess, M. Bellemare, G. Hunter, H. Kreling, P. Hume, G. Brooks,

S. Little, R. Chiarelli and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

Nays (6): Councillors W. Stewart, P. McNeely, M. Meilleur, E. Arnold, J. Stavinga and A. Cullen

 

 



7. ZONING - 125 BOTELER STREET

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the application to amend the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law, 1998, for 125 Boteler Street, from Urban Reserve UR to CG [543] F(1.0) to permit a Diplomatic Chancery (office) as shown on Document 2.

 

CARRIED

 

 



8. Zoning - 10 Range Road

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council amend the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law, 1998, to establish a further exception to the R4C [87] zoning for the property at 10 Range Road as


detailed in Document 2 and shown in Document 3 to allow “office limited to a diplomatic mission” as a permitted use.

 

CARRIED

 

 



9. ZONING - 1075 Bank Street

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law 1998 to add a temporary use provision to the CN4 [516] F(1.5) Neighborhood Linear Commercial zone for the property at 1075 Bank Street to permit a restaurant, take-out for a period of three years as detailed in Document 2, subject to the following amendments:

 

1. That Document 2 be amended by inserting the phrase ‘of not more than 24 square metres’ immediately after the phrase ‘take-out’.

 

2. That no further notice be provided pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.

 

CARRIED

 

 



10. ZONING - 2825 CARP ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of West Carleton Zoning By-law, to amend the zoning of the portion of the property at 2825 Carp Road, from Rural Industrial Zone, MR-4, to Rural Industrial Exception Zone, MR-, as shown on Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.

 

CARRIED

 

 



11. ZONING - 2710 CARP ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of West Carleton Zoning By-law for 2710 Carp Road to permit a business office, a professional office, a retail store accessory to a permitted MR-23 use, and a showroom in the MR-23 – Rural Industrial Exception 23 Zone as detailed in Document 2, subject to the following amendments:

 

1. WHEREAS over 200 businesses located along the Carp Road Corridor provide employment to over 3000 employees on a daily basis;

 

AND WHEREAS the same corridor is currently home to hundreds of permanent residents and that number will more than double as approved developments come on stream over the next few years;

 

AND WHEREAS both the business and residential communities would benefit from the convenient availability of financial services in their area;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT “Financial Office” be added to the list of permitted uses for this site.

 

2. That no further notice be provided pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.

 

CARRIED

 

 



12. ZONING - 2162 PRINCE OF WALES DRIVE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Nepean Zoning By-law to rezone a portion of 2162 Prince of Wales Drive from MP Block 6 Industrial Park, Exception 6 Zone to CA3 (CN) Block 9, Commercial Automotive Zone 3 and Neighbourhood Commercial Exception 9 and to permit access to Prince of Wales Drive as shown in Document 1.

 

CARRIED

 

 



13. ZONING - 6158 RIDEAU VALLEY DRIVE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of Rideau Zoning By-law, to change the zoning of 6158 Rideau Valley Drive from A1-Restricted Rural to A1-8 Restricted Rural Exception 8 to permit a rural home occupation and a craft shop as shown in Document 2 and detailed in Document 3.

 

CARRIED

 

 



14. ZONING - 5935 McCORDICK ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of Rideau Zoning By-law, to change the zoning of 5935 McCordick Road from A2-44 - General Rural Special Zone 44 to RE-26 - Estate Residential Special Zone 26 as shown in Document 1.

 

CARRIED

 

 



15. ZONING - 6330 SECOND LINE ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of Rideau Zoning By-law, to change the zoning of 6330 Second Line Road from A2 - General Rural Zone to RE-35 - Estate Residential Special Zone 35 and RE-8 - Estate Residential Special Zone 8 as shown in Document 1.

 

CARRIED

 

 



16. ZONING - 7149 GALLAGHER ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of Rideau Zoning By-law, to change the zoning of 7149 Gallagher Road from A2 - General Rural Zone to RE - Estate Residential Zone, A2-28 - General Rural Special Zone 28 as shown in Document 2.

 

CARRIED

 

 



17. ZONING - 910 EARL ARMSTRONG ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an application to amend the former City of Gloucester Zoning By-law from Future Growth, Fg to Institutional Service (Exception 13), Is(E13) to permit a fire station together with an ambulance and police depot at 910 Earl Armstrong Road, as detailed in Document 1.

 

CARRIED

 

 



18. ZONING - 1422 GOTH STREET/3797 ALBION RD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the application to amend the former City of Gloucester Zoning By-law, to rezone 1422 Goth Street / 3797 Albion Road from Commercial Neighborhood Zone (Cn) to Low Density Apartment Zone (Ra1) to allow the property owners to convert the existing two unit structure and attached convenience store to an apartment dwelling, as detailed in Document 1 and shown in Document 2.

 

CARRIED

 

 



19. ZONING - 1428 HERON ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law, 1998, for 1428 Heron Road as detailed in Document 2 and shown in Document 3 to:

 

1.                  Permit a dry stormwater management pond on the southern portion of the ES1 Zone; and

 

2. To expand the eastern portion of the ES1 zone into the R6A[606] F(1.0) zone.

 

CARRIED

 

 



20. ZONING - 4191, 4195 AND 4199 INNES ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Cumberland Zoning By-law to rezone 4191, 4195 and 4199 Innes Road from R1A (RAU) Block “A” - Residential - Alternative Use - Block “A” to R4A-X1 - Residential – Multiples - Exception One as detailed in Document 1.

 

CARRIED

 

 



21. ZONING AMENDMENT TO ESTABLISH A THREE-KILOMETRE SEPARATION DISTANCE FOR INTENSIVE LIVESTOCK OPERATIONS

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council reject amendments to the zoning by-laws of the former municipalities of Nepean, Kanata, West Carleton, Goulbourn, Gloucester, Cumberland, Osgoode and Rideau in order to:

 

1.                  define “intensive hog farm operation” and list the use in the existing agricultural zones;

 

2.                  set a maximum of 150 livestock units per intensive hog farm operation; and

3.                  set out provisions requiring that intensive hog farm operations not be established within a separation distance of three kilometres from one another and from any village, residential, recreational, institutional and environmental zones.

 

And provide no further notice pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act.

 

MOTION 59/6

 

Moved by Councillor D. Eastman

Seconded by Councillor D. Thompson

 

WHEREAS the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MAH) have concluded their review of the City of Ottawa’s new Official Plan and those comments will be formally transmitted as early as today to our General Manager, Planning and Development;

 

WHEREAS MAH has made it abundantly clear that they will strike down any reference in our new Official Plan to a three kilometer buffer zone surrounding pig farms;

 

WHEREAS the Ministry of Agriculture and Food have also clearly indicated that the Province’s new Nutrient Management Act does not permit municipalities to pass such restrictive and discriminatory regulations;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the “Zoning Amendment to Establish a Three-Kilometer Separation Distance for Intensive Livestock Operations” be deferred until written confirmation of the Ministry’s position has been received by the City.

 

LOST on a division of 9 YEAS to 10 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (9): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Thompson, D. Eastman, J. Harder, G. Hunter,

J. Stavinga, P. Hume, G. Brooks and S. Little.

 

Nays (10): Councillors P. McNeely, D. Deans, A. Munter, E. Arnold, R. Bloess,

M. Bellemare, H. Kreling, R. Chiarelli, A. Cullen and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

 

MOTION NO. 59/7

 

Moved by Councillor P. McNeely

Seconded by Councillor H. Kreling

 

WHEREAS it is in the best interest of the residents of Ottawa to be absolutely clear on this issue,

 

BE IT RESOLVED that Council amends the report to read:

That Council approve amendments to the zoning bylaws of the former municipalities of Nepean, Kanata, West Carleton, Goulbourn, Gloucester, Cumberland, Osgoode and Rideau in order to:

 

1. define “intensive hog farm operation” and list the use in the existing agriculutural zones;

 

2. set a maximum of 150 livestock units per intensive hog farm operations; and

 

3. set out provisions requiring that intensive hog farm operations not to be established within a separation distance of three kilometres from one another and from any village, residential, institutional and environmental zones.

 

MOTION NO. 59/8

 

Moved by Councillor G. Hunter

Seconded by Councillor J. Harder

 

That Motion No. 59/7 be amended to delete reference to the Nepean, Kanata, West Carleton, Goulbourn, Gloucester, Osgoode and Rideau zoning by-laws.

 

LOST on a division of 6 YEAS to 12 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (6): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Thompson, J. Harder, G. Hunter, P. Hume and

R. Chiarelli..

 

Nays (12): Councillors P. McNeely, D. Eastman, D. Deans, A. Munter, E. Arnold,

R. Bloess, M. Bellemare, H. Kreling, J. Stavinga, G. Brooks, A. Cullen and

Mayor Chiarelli.

 

Motion No. 59/7 was then put to Council and CARRIED on a division of 10 YEAS to 8 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (10): Councillors P. McNeely, D. Deans, A. Munter, E. Arnold, R. Bloess,

M. Bellemare, H. Kreling, R. Chiarelli, A. Cullen and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

Nays (8): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Thompson, D. Eastman, J. Harder, G. Hunter,

J. Stavinga, P. Hume and G. Brooks.

 

 


MOTION NO. 59/9

 

Moved by Councillor W. Stewart

Seconded by Councillor J. Harder

 

That Item 21 of Planning and Development Committee Report 56 be RECONSIDERED at the next regular Council meeting.

 

Notice of Reconsideration was CARRIED pursuant to Subsection 61 (4) of Procedure By-law No. 2002-247 on a division of 7 YEAS to 11 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (7): Councillors W. Stewart, D. Thompson, D. Eastman, J. Harder, G. Hunter,

J. Stavinga, and G. Brooks.

 

Nays (11): Councillors P. McNeely, D. Deans, A. Munter, E. Arnold, R. Bloess,

M. Bellemare, H. Kreling, P. Hume, R. Chiarelli, A. Cullen and

 Mayor Chiarelli.

 

 



22. ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD APPEAL - ABBOTT STREET, STITTSVILLE - SUBDIVISION AND ZONING AMENDMENT

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

1. WHEREAS the relevant Official Plan policies indicate that Council should seek the advice of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) for matters pertaining to Provincially Significant Wetlands;

 

AND WHEREAS MNR has reiterated that the most recent wetland boundary interpretation, which shows the wetland extending to the northerly most limit of the subject land, remains the information upon which the City should base subdivision design decisions;

 

AND WHEREAS City Council in August 2002 approved a proposal to relieve development pressures on the provincially significant wetland known as the Upper Poole Creek Wetland by approving residential development in the easterly portion of Westridge IIIB, and made any further impact on the nearby Upper Poole Creek Wetland contingent upon a study of the community’s future transportation needs;

 

AND WHEREAS consideration of the extension of West Ridge Drive was not to be entertained until such time as the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) decision had been rendered for the subdivision adjacent to the south, known as the Westwood Subdivision Phase II;

AND WHEREAS once the decision on the Westwood subdivision was known, the number of units to be developed in that subdivision could be calculated and then the need for the extension of West Ridge Drive could be verified;

 

AND WHEREAS in April 2003, the Ontario Municipal Board decision on the Westwood subdivision was issued, concluding that in excess of 500 units are to be developed in this subdivision and, City staff has since verified that the traffic generated from a development of this size necessitates the southerly extension of West Ridge Drive through to Abbott Street to provide an additional north/south collector road through the Stittsville community;

 

AND WHEREAS this recent review underscores the continuing relevancy of policies in the former Goulbourn Official Plan and reiterated in the new Official Plan of the City for the provision of an additional north/south collector road through the Stittsville community known as Westridge Drive;

 

AND WHEREAS the southerly most extension of West Ridge Drive is proposed along the east boundary of the Upper Poole Creek Wetland and in order to achieve extension of the existing minor collector, it is necessary to encroach on the wetland;

 

AND WHEREAS there is no alignment that can avoid this encroachment and the proposed alignment has been recommended by staff and endorsed by the former Township of Goulbourn Council as it provided the least impact possible and crosses at the narrowest point of the wetland within the subject property and most downstream part of the wetland;

 

AND WHEREAS the staff recommendation to permit the construction of a local road serving only the internal workings of the subdivision and the building of homes across the northern extension of the provincially significant Upper Poole Creek Wetland cannot be viewed in the same policy context or degree of importance to the transportation infrastructure network for the village of Stittsville as the southerly extension of West Ridge Drive;

 

AND WHEREAS the staff recommendation of the proposed subdivision layout does not conform to applicable Provincial Policies and Regional Official Plan policies for the protection of wetlands;

 

AND WHEREAS approval of the staff recommendation will contribute to further degradation of the biological integrity of a provincially significant wetland and can be expected to set a precedent as to how the City will deal with provincially significant wetlands within urban boundaries in future applications;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Planning and Development Committee recommend that Council reject the staff recommendation and endorse the following position at the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB):

 

A.                 That the Subdivision Layout as shown in Document 2 be revised to reflect:

 

a) approval of residential development in the easterly portion of the subdivision east of the provincially significant Upper Poole Creek Wetland;

 

b) establishment of a cul de sac in the western portion of the easterly section of approved residential development; and,

 

c) that the approval be subject to the following special conditions:

 

i. That the Owner shall include in the Detailed Conservation and Tree Planting Plan the provision of a buffer area adjacent to the wetland and the provision of additional plantings in areas of the buffer required by the City.

 

ii. That the Owner shall provide appropriate signage to inform residents of the sensitive nature of the wetland and indicate that no intrusion is permitted.  Signs shall be designed and posted to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning and Infrastructure Approvals.

 

B.                 That the implementing zoning by-law to rezone the lands be in keeping with the intent outlined in Recommendation A as stated above;

 

C.                 That the appropriate staff resources from the Corporate Services Department be committed for participation in the OMB hearing.

 

2.                  That the Owner shall consider design of Westridge Dr., as it crosses the wetland (linking to Abbott St.) in such a manner as to:

 

a)                  Preserve the existing crossing of Poole Creek in the West-East direction parallel to the adjacent to Abbott Street, from the fish habitat connecting into the T-culvert;

 

b)                  Preserve the existing path and slope and flow of Poole Creek from the T-culvert (at Abbott Street) approximately 400 feet north into the creek at the old culvert;

c)                  preserve the existing Poole Creek, West-East direction, at the old culvert, located approximately 400 feet north of Abbott Street;

 

d)                  The proposed road is many feet higher than the current land.  Protect the creek and create a buffer/barrier to block winter snowplow salt and other surface debris.

 

3.                  WHEREAS the relevant Official Plan policies indicate that Council should seek the advice of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) for matters pertaining to Provincially Significant Wetlands;

 

AND WHEREAS MNR has reiterated that the most recent wetland boundary interpretation, which shows the wetland extending to the northerly most limit of the subject land, remains the information upon which the City should base subdivision design decisions;

 

AND WHEREAS Council has established policies for the protection of environmental lands that are of provincial and regional significance including avenues of acquisition;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to explore avenues for the exchange of lands owned by the City with the lands in the westerly portion of Westridge IIIB and this matter be undertaken expeditiously with a progress report to Council by 27 August 2003.

 

CARRIED with Councillor G. Hunter dissenting.

 

 



23. ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD APPEAL - zoning - 7640 hwy #7 - Henderson quarry

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council endorse the following position at the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) that the Zoning By-law Amendment to Extractive Mineral Quarry (MXQ) for 7640 Highway #7 be approved subject to the approval of the license application under the Aggregate Resources Act by the OMB, subject to the following amendment:

That the following technical amendment be approved for inclusion as site plan conditions:

 

1. That the company shall construct (3) multi-level water monitoring wells to be generally located on the North, West, and South side of the designated Henderson Quarry property;

 

2. That the company will make at minimum monthly measurements for the three multi-level monitoring wells.  Records shall be provided to the North West Goulbourn Community Association monthly from first reading after constructionn and continuing for the life of the permit to take water (PTTW).

 

CARRIED

 

 



24. HARMONIZATION OF FENCE BY-LAWS

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve:

 

1.                  the enactment of a new harmonized Fence By-law similar to the draft by-law outlined in Document 1,

2.                  the Planning and Infrastructure Approvals Branch of the Department of Development Services take appropriate steps to repeal provisions, which established fence standards in various zoning by-laws of former municipalities,

 

3.                  the effective date for the new Fence By-law of October 1, 2003,

 

4.                  the new Fence By-law be administered and enforced by the By-law Services Branch of Emergency and Protective Services Department.

 

 

MOTION NO. 59/10

 

Moved by Councillor D. Deans

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

WHEREAS the Planning and Development Committee recommended to City Council on July 24, 2003 the proposed new harmonized Fence By-law, which pursuant to Recommendation 3 would take effect October 1, 2003;

 

AND WHEREAS there is a need to delay the implementation of the new harmonized Fence By-law pending the satisfactory resolution of an outstanding deficiency pursuant to a development agreement affecting a retaining wall located at the back boundary between properties along Sable Ridge and Applehill Drives in the former City of Gloucester, which resolution is scheduled to be addressed this fall;

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that Recommendation 3 of the report proposing the new harmonized Fence By-law be amended to reflect a new implementation date of January 1, 2004.

 

CARRIED

 

Item 24 of Planning and Development Committee Report 56 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 59/10 and with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 



25. SIGNS BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 301 LAURIER AVENUE E.

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the application to amend Signs By-law 36-2000, of the former City of Ottawa, to permit an illuminated identification ground sign in a District 2 Use zone, subject to the sign being externally illuminated only, as specified under Details of Recommended Amendment.

 

CARRIED

 

 



26. MOFFATT FARM SECONDARY PLANNING STUDY

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Receive the Moffatt Farm Secondary Study Reports, Phase 1 and 2, prepared by J. L. Richards and Associates;

 

2.                  Endorse:

 

a.                  The concept plan attached as Schedule “A”;

b.                  The preparation and submission to the Ontario Municipal Board of a draft subdivision plan reflecting the concept plan;

c.                   The preparation and subdivision to the Ontario Municipal Board of draft conditions implementing the draft subdivision plan;

d.                  The full integration of the 9 acre Melfa Crescent parcel (the “9 acre parcel”) with the draft subdivision plan for both its open space and development potential; and,

e.                  The preparation and submission to the Ontario Municipal Board of draft official plan and zoning amendments to implement the concept plan for the Moffatt Farm and the 9 acre parcel.

 

3.                  Consider a financial contribution to the procurement of the additional open space of approximately 1.57 hectares, with the National Capital Commission and DCR Phoenix, each to contribute equally one-third; and,

 

4.                  Direct staff to ensure that the Moffatt Farm Citizens Coalition is to be informed about and involved in the subdivision design, particularly related to the development of the open space areas and parkland, on both the Moffatt Farm site and the 9 acre parcel.

 

CARRIED

 

 

TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT COMMITTEE REPORT 48

 



 

1. Transportation Master Plan

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Approve the City of Ottawa Transportation Master Plan (TMP), dated June 2003 (Document 1), as amended by the following:

 

a.                  That Chapter 5.2 Sidewalks and Pedestrian Crossings (page 36), Policy 1.a) be amended to add: including recognition of demographic shifts, such as population aging.

 

b.                  That Chapter 5.3 Multi-Use Pathways (page 37), be amended to add the following new Policy 7: Design multi-use pathways to minimize conflicts between cyclists, pedestrians, and other multi-use pathway users.

 

c.                   That Chapter 7.2.2 Fares and Funding (page 47), Policy 2 be amended to read: Set transit revenue, including fares, in a manner that meets the key service objectives described in Chapter 7.2.1 annually such that transit revenue is, at least, kept constant in real dollars.

 

d.                  That Chapter 7.2.4. Interprovincial Transit Service (page 48),

i. Policy 1 be amended to read: Seek to provide seamless coordination of transit services and fares with the STO.

ii. Policy 2 be amended to add: including the possible extension of LRT service across such bridges as the Lemieux Island Rail Bridge, the Portage Bridge or the Chaudière Bridge, to create an integrated GO (Gatineau-Ottawa) Light Rail Transit Service.

 

e.                  That Chapter 7.6.2 Vehicle Propulsion (page 54), Policy 1 be amended to remove reference to the clean generation of electricity.

 

f.                    That Chapter 8.3 Carpool Lanes (page 60), be amended to include the Rideau Street/Montreal Road Corridor, between downtown and Blair Road, in the list of roads, which have the potential to support carpool lanes.

 

g.                  That the TMP be amended by including specific mention that the 30‑minute averaging protocol (Leq – 30 min.), incorporated in the City’s Official Plan, applies to the Chapter 9.8 Goods Movement (pages 72–73), Policy 7.

 

h.                  WHEREAS the City’s Official Plan has adopted the principle that noise measurements for road, rail & transit corridors will be based on 30‑minute averages – Leq (30 min.) (see O.P. Section 4.8.8);

 

BE IT RESOLVED that Chapter 12 Environmental Protection (page 81) be amended by including specific mention that the 30-minute averaging protocol (Leq – 30 min.), incorporated in the City’s Official Plan, applies to the numbered sections 8, 9, 10 and 11.

 

i.                    That Chapter 14.1 Capital Works Plan (page 89), be amended

i. To delete under Roads – Phase 1: Carling Avenue (Richmond Road to Holly Acres Road); and that Annex A (page 109) be amended accordingly.

ii. To move Richmond Road widening project from Carling Avenue to Golden Avenue from Phase 1 to Phase 3.

iii. To move Southwest Transitway (Fallowfield to Berrigan) from Phase 2 to Phase 1.

 

j.                    BE IT RESOLVED that a streetscaping and tree planting design be part of the reconstruction and new construction program for all City collector streets and above.

 

k.                  That the Noise Control Guidelines mentioned in the TMP be amended by including specific mention that the 30 minute averaging protocol (Leq – 30 min.), incorporated in the City’s Official Plan, applies to the Guideline document within the City of Ottawa.

 

l.                    WHEREAS Clients of the O-Train have come to appreciate and rely on that service;

 

WHEREAS it is the usual practice, when undertaking major roadway rehabilitation projects, that the roadway corridor continue to provide uninterrupted service (e.g. Laurier Street Bridge, Cummings Bridge, Bytown Bridges);

 

BE IT RESOLVED that Council support the principle that necessary O‑Train rail upgrades or transitions to electric-rail systems be accomplished in a similar manner, that is with no interruption in the rail service or at most minimum interruptions in off-peak periods (e.g. weekends).

 

m.                WHEREAS there are several studies underway that significantly affect transportation in the east and of Ottawa, including:

1.                  The 417 study from 416 to Anderson Road

2.                  The Vars to Kars Ring Road

3.                  The East End Bridge Environmental Assessment

4.                  The Environmental Assessment for the Innes/Walkley connection;

 

AND WHEREAS the results of these studies will identify needed road improvements in Ottawa’s East End;

 

AND WHEREAS it has been identified that Light Rail Transit is 15 to 16 years in the future for Orleans, though the area continues to enjoy significant growth;

 

AND WHEREAS the split at the junction of highways 174 and 417 is already operating at or near capacity during the a.m. and p.m. rush hours;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that solving traffic problems at the split be a priority project for the City of Ottawa and that the Transportation Master Plan be updated when these studies are completed.

 

n.                  WHEREAS the first priority for light rail expansion is the North-South line with service to the airport, yet twinning the airport parkway remains in the Transportation Master Plan;

 

WHEREAS the parkway runs parallel to the North-South line;

 

WHEREAS it does not make sense to expand a single occupancy vehicle roadway at the same time that millions are being spent on a parallel transit service;

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the twinning of the Airport Parkway be deleted from the Transportation Master Plan.

 

2.                  Direct staff to establish a monitoring program and report to Council on a regular basis on progress made toward achieving the TMP objectives and to update the infrastructure phasing as necessary.

 

MOTION NO. 59/11

 

Moved by Councillor J. Harder

Seconded by Councillor R. Bloess

 

That Transportation and Transit Committee Report 48, Item 1 – Transportation Master Plan be DEFERRED to the next regular Council meeting.

 

DEFERRAL CARRIED with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 

TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT COMMITTEE REPORT 49

 



 

1. HUNTMAR DRIVE EXTENSION - MAPLE GROVE ROAD TO HAZELDEAN ROAD, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY - STATEMENT OF WORK (DRAFT)

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the draft Statement of Work for the Huntmar Drive Extension environmental assessment to be initiated this year

 

CARRIED with Councillor J. Harder dissenting.

 

 



 

2. CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD MODIFICATIONS TO STRANDHERD DRIVE EAST OF LONGFIELDS DRIVE TO ACCOMMODATE ACCESS TO THE C. FLEMING COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

 

committee recommendations

 

That Council approve the construction of an eastbound left-turn lane, an extension of the existing westbound right-turn lane on Strandherd Drive at Longfields Drive, and, associated roadway modifications to accommodate access to a proposed commercial plaza and auto service centre, providing that the proponent, C. Fleming Developments Limited:

 

1.                  Fund the total cost for the roadway modifications plus ancillary costs such as utility relocations, and,

 

2.                  Execute a legal agreement with respect to the above, plus agreement including but not limited to the following conditions:

 

a.                  The City, at the expense of the proponent, will monitor the operation of the site’s westerly access to Strandherd Drive.  If, in the opinion of the General Manager, Transportation, Utilities and Public Works, the operation of the access contributes to a traffic safety or operational concern, then the proponent will, within 30 days of notice, modify the access to install physical measures to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Transportation, Utilities and Public Works, to limit vehicle movement to right-in / right-out only.

 

b.                  In the future, Strandherd Drive may be widened to a multi-lane, median-divided roadway.  When this happens, the site’s westerly access will be limited to right-in traffic movement only.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

3. MODIFICATIONS TO STAR TOP ROAD AND TO THE INTERSECTION OF INNES ROAD AND STAR TOP ROAD/WINDMILL LANE TO ACCOMMODATE AN OFFICE DEVELOPMENT AT 1600 STAR TOP ROAD

 

 

committee recommendations

 

That Council approve the following modifications on Star Top Road and on Innes Road to accommodate the office development at 1600 Star Top Road:

 

1.                  The extension of the eastbound left-turn lane on Innes Road west of Star Top Road;

 

2.                  The construction of a back-to-back left-turn lane on Star Top Road extending from Innes Road north to the site access;

 

3.                  Widening of the southbound lane on Star Top Road and the flaring of this lane at the intersection with Innes Road;

 

4. The construction of a 2m wide sidewalk on the west side of Star Top Road extending from the site’s southern boundary north to 25m north of the site driveway, along with a bus pad to be situated immediately north of the site access.

 

Providing that the proponents, 519719 Ontario Inc. c/o Arnon Corporation:

 

1. Enter into a Road Modification Agreement with the City of Ottawa, which will include but not be limited to the funding of all costs associated with the design and construction of the above-noted roadway modifications, plus applicable traffic signal adjustments at the intersection of Innes Road and Star Top Road/Windmill Lane; and,

 

2. Provide financial guarantees acceptable to the City to cover the above-noted road works.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

4. CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD MODIFICATIONS AT THE JOHNSTON ROAD, CONROY ROAD INTERSECTION FROM ALLANFORD AVENUE TO LANGSTROM STREET TO ACCOMMODATE THE HUNT CLUB ENCLAVE SUBDIVISION

 

 

committee recommendations

 

That Council approve the construction of the roadway modifications to accommodate the residential development known as Hunt Club Enclave Subdivision, as amended by the Road Opening Agreement registered on June 30, 1999, providing that the proponent Conroy Road Development Inc.:

 

1.                  Fund all costs associated with design and construction of the roadway modifications as detailed in the report and shown on Annex “C” of the report.

 

2.                  Fund all costs associated with the required modifications to the existing Conroy Road/Johnston Road traffic control signals.

 

3. Execute a legal agreement with respect to the above, and agree to provide financial guarantees acceptable to the City to address all costs associated with the design and construction of the roadway modifications and modifications to the existing Conroy/Johnston Road traffic control signals.

 

CARRIED

 



 

5. REQUEST FOR A WAIVER TO THE FORMER CITY OF GLOUCESTER PRIVATE APPROACH BY-LAW 84 OF 1993 FOR LOTS 1 TO 17, 20 TO 24, 28 AND 31 OF PLAN UB1-3 ON GREEN GABLES LANE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the waiver of Section 19(c) of By-law 84 of the former City of Gloucester and permit double width driveways where the frontage is only sufficient for single.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

6. MODIFICATIONS TO BANK STREET AT FINDLAY CREEK DRIVE RELATED TO THE FINDLAY CREEK VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT

 

 

committee recommendations AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve the following modifications to Bank Street at the new intersection with Findlay Creek Drive as described herein, subject to the proponent, Tartan Development Corporation:

 

1. Funding all costs associated with design and construction of the following roadway modifications:

 

a. Provision of a four-lane divided Findlay Creek Drive at its intersection with Bank  Street including the construction of concrete sidewalks on both sides.

b. Widening of Bank Street through the Findlay Creek Drive intersection to   accommodate;

 

i) a southbound right-turn lane;

ii) a southbound bicycle pocket located between the southbound through and right-turn lanes;

iii) a northbound left-turn lane; and

iv) paved shoulders in both directions.

 

c. Installation of traffic control signals at the Bank/Findlay Creek intersection; and

 

d. Installation of the appropriate intersection street lighting to City standards.

2. Funding the traffic control signal annual maintenance and energy costs in accordance with Council policy;

 

3. Funding the total cost of regular monitoring and analysis to determine when additional site access/egress capacity is required, and subject to any other subdivision and/or site plan agreement conditions, the incremental costs associated with the Stage One component of the requirement for that access.

 

4. Executing a legal agreement with respect to the above, with construction in 2003.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

7. PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE INTERSECTION OF MERIVALE ROAD AND MACFARLANE ROAD IN RESPONSE TO THE FINDINGS OF THE MERIVALE ROAD – CN RAIL GRADE CROSSING SAFETY ASSESSMENT

 

 

committee recommendation

 

That Council approve:

 

1. the modifications to MacFarlane Road and Merivale Road, as illustrated in Annex C (McCormick-Rankin Drawing 5032-500-02) dated August 2003

 

2. the transfer of funds from the Railway Crossing Upgrades account ($134,000) to the Intersection Modification Program account to supplement the funding allocation for the  modifications to the intersection of MacFarlane Road and Merivale Road.

 

3. the deferral of the intersection modification proposed at Coventry Road and Vanier Parkway in favour of funding for the modifications at the intersection of Merivale Road and MacFarlane Road.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

8. INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT FERNBANK ROAD AND MAIN STREET AND FERNBANK ROAD AND HARTSMERE/LIARD STREET TO ACCOMMODATE THE WESTWIND SUBDIVISION

 

 

committee recommendations AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve the following roadway modifications required to accommodate the Westwind Subdivision:

 

1. At the intersection of Fernbank Road and Main Street:

a. The construction of northbound, southbound, eastbound and westbound left-turn lanes;

b. The construction of a westbound right-turn lane;

c. The construction of a bicycle pocket located between the westbound through and right-turn lanes; and,

d. The installation of traffic control signals;

 

Provided that the proponent, 1534068 Ontario Incorporated (Cavanaugh Construction with respect to those items identified in 1 above):

a. Fund the total cost for the roadway modifications and any associated works;

b. Pay the costs for the installation of the traffic control signals (including their annual operating and maintenance costs until installation warrants are met) in accordance with council policy; and,

c. Execute a legal agreement,

 

2. a. On Fernbank Road between Main Street and Hartsmere Street/Liard Street, the construction of an asphalt sidewalk along the south side of the roadway with consideration to be given to offsetting the sidewalk from the roadway as part of the detailed design; and,

 

3. At the intersection of Fernbank Road and Hartsmere Street/Liard Street:

a.                  The construction of eastbound and westbound left-turn lanes; and,

b.                  The construction of paved shoulders along the north and south sides of Fernbank Road throughout the area of construction,

 


Provided that the proponent, 1302042 Ontario Inc. (Olympia Homes with respect to those items identified in 2 and 3 above):

a. Fund the total cost for the roadway modifications and any associated works; and,

b. Execute a legal agreement.

 

CARRIED

 

 



 

9. Holland Avenue Reconstruction: Tyndall Street to Carling Avenue – PROPOSED ROADWAY MODIFICATIONS

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve the proposed roadway modifications to Holland Avenue, between Tyndall Street and Carling Avenue as shown in Annexes 2A and 2B, amended by the following:

 

That the sidewalk portion of the Holland Avenue reconstruction project be designed to further minimize the “roller coaster” effect by implementing a ramp component for driveway access based on the Toronto model as a pilot project;

 

And that staff report to Committee on the design implications of this model on this project.

 

CARRIED

 

 

Motion to Adopt Committee Reports

 

MOTION NO. 59/12

 

Moved by Councillor W. Stewart

Seconded by Councillor E. Arnold

 

That Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Reports 25 and 26, Audit Committee Report 15, Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Reports 54 and 54A (In Camera), Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee and Audit Committee Joint Report 1, Planning and Development Committee Report 56 and Transportation and Transit Committee Reports 48 and 49 be received and adopted as amended.

  CARRIED

 

Motions of which Notice has been given previously

 

MOTION NO. 59/13

 

Moved by Councillor E. Arnold

Seconded by Councillor D. Deans

 

WHEREAS the Owner of the property at 234-250 Slater Street established a surface parking lot on their property in contravention of the Former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law 1998;

 

AND WHEREAS the Owner subsequently submitted an application for a temporary zoning to allow the parking lot for a period of three years;

 

AND WHEREAS City Council on February 12, 2003 approved this application along with a motion which directed that the by-law to implement the approved zoning change not be enacted until such time as the Owner enters into an operating agreement acceptable to the Ward Councillor, and the Director of Traffic and Parking Operations, and the Director of Planning and Infrastructure Approvals for the operation of the parking lot to provide short term parking;

 

AND WHEREAS no time limit was established for having the Owner enter into and have executed this operating agreement;

 

AND WHEREAS ongoing discussions with the current Owner has not resulted and will not likely result in an operating agreement being entered into with the City that would allow a by-law to implement the approved zoning to be enacted;

 

AND WHEREAS the property is being sold with the potential new owner having expressed to staff a desire to negotiate an agreement with the City that would provide for the City operating the surface parking lot as a municipal parking facility for short term parking;

 

AND WHEREAS the site continues to be used for surface parking in contravention of the Zoning By-law

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the conditions precedent to enacting the Zoning By-law amendment to implement the approved temporary zoning be modified to require that the Operating Agreement provide for the City to operate the parking lot as a municipal parking lot and that this agreement be satisfactory to the Ward Councillor, and the Director of Traffic and parking Operations and the City Solicitor and be executed by September 30, 2003, failing which the approval of the temporary zoning is rescinded and that if the parking continues, enforcement be initiated.

 

CARRIED

 

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor P. Hume

 

WHEREAS the City has no sign on the building indicating the building is City Hall;

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the Ottawa logo be replaced by a sign which says simply City Hall/ Hôtel de ville.

 

MOTION NO. 59/14

 

Moved by Councillor A. Cullen

Seconded by Councillor E. Arnold

 

That Councillor Doucet’s motion of which has been previously been given be DEFERRED to the next regular Council meeting.

 

DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 

Motions (Requiring Suspension of the Rules of Procedure)

 

MOTION NO. 59/15

 

Moved by Councillor E. Arnold

Seconded by Councillor D. Deans

 

THAT the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider and approve the following motion:

 

WHEREAS on January 8, 2003, City Council determined that the zoning should be amended regarding 555 Ottawa River Parkway as hereinafter set out;

 

AND WHEREAS the blocks to be rezoned were based on a previously established road pattern and proximity to the sloping land adjacent to the tailrace;

 

AND WHEREAS the applicant has subsequently submitted an application for Subdivision Approval;

 

AND WHEREAS this subdivision application indicates a slightly different size and shape for areas 5 and 6;

 

AND WHEREAS this is a result of the relocation of LeBreton Boulevard, which creates more open space;

 

AND WHEREAS this is also a result of being able to develop closer to the slope adjacent to the tailrace;

AND WHEREAS the zoning should reflect the location of the block boundaries created by the Plan of Subdivision;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the zoning for 555 Ottawa River Parkway, as it pertains to Areas 5 and 6, be amended to include Areas 7, 8 and 9, which will incorporate all the lands established through the subdivision that were intended to be rezoned, as shown on the attached plan.

 

CARRIED


By-laws

 

First and Second Readings

 

First and Second readings were given to a by-law of the City of Ottawa to provide for the improvement of drainage works in the City of Ottawa – Faulkner Municipal Drain.

 

MOTION NO. 59/16

 

Moved by Councillor W. Stewart

Seconded by Councillor E. Arnold

 

That the following by-laws be enacted and passed:

 

2003-396                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to provide for the improvement of drainage works in the City of Ottawa – Monahan Creek Municipal Drain.

 

2003-397                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to provide for the improvement of drainage works in the City of Ottawa – Van Gaal Municipal Drain.

 

2003-398                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to change the names of municipal highways in the City of Ottawa (Goulbourn Ward – Brightside Drive to Brightside Avenue).

 

2003-399                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to dedicate and lay out certain lands as common and public highways in the City of Ottawa (Rainbow Street).

 

2003-400                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Zoning By‑law for the Urban Area of the City of Nepean, being By-law Number 100-2000 of the former City of Nepean - 2162 Prince of Wales Drive.

 

2003-401                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 84-77, as amended, a by-law of the former Corporation of the Township of Rideau – 6158 Rideau Valley Drive.

 

2003-402                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 266-81, as amended, a by-law of the old Corporation of the Township of West Carleton – 2825 Carp Road.

 

2003-403                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Zoning By‑law of the Corporation of the Township of Osgoode, being By-law Number 2003-230 of the City of Ottawa – 2485 8th Line Road.

 

2003-404                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend The City of Gloucester Zoning By-law, being By-law No. 333 of 1999 of the former City of Gloucester – 1422 Goth Street, 3797 Albion Road.

 

2003-405                 A by‑law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 266 of 1981 of the former Corporation of the Township of West Carleton – 2710 Carp Road.

 

2003-406                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 84-77, as amended, a by-law of the former Corporation of the Township of Rideau – 2469 Church Street.

 

2003-407                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Zoning By-law No. 1-84 of the old Corporation of the City of Cumberland – 4191, 4195 and 4199 Innes Road.

 

2003-408                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend Zoning By-law 84-77, as amended, a by-law of the former Corporation of the Township of Rideau – 7171 Harnett Road.

 

2003-409                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 84-77, as amended, a by-law of the former Corporation of the Township of Rideau – 5935 McCordick Road.

 

2003-410                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend Zoning By-law 84-77, as amended, a by-law of the former Corporation of the Township of Rideau – 6330 Second Line.

 

2003-411                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend Zoning By-law 84-77, as amended, a by-law of the former Corporation of the Township of Rideau – 7149 Gallagher.

 

2003-412                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the former City of Ottawa – 10 Range Road.

 

2003-413                 A By-law of the City of Ottawa to amend The City of Gloucester Zoning By-law, being By-law 333 of 1999 of the former City of Gloucester – 910 Earl Armstrong.

 

2003-414                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to dedicate and lay out certain lands as common and public highways in the City of Ottawa (Lords Manor Lane).

 

2003-415                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to dedicate and lay out certain lands as common and public highways in the City of Ottawa (Stevenage Drive).

 

2003-416             A by-law of the City of Ottawa to dedicate and lay out certain lands as common and public highways in the City of Ottawa (Steeplechase Drive, Springwater Drive, Bonnechere Drive, Greenbank Road).

 

2003-417                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the old City of Ottawa – 560 Rideau Street.

 

2003-418                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to close part of the Road Allowance between Concessions 1 and Broken Front, Geographic Township of Marlborough, City of Ottawa.

 

2003-419                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to close part of a Lane Registered Plan 15558, Geographic Township of Nepean, City of Ottawa.

 

2003-420                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan of the former Corporation of the City of Ottawa – Lebreton Flats.

 

2003-421                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan of the Corporation of the City of Ottawa – Lebreton Flats.

 

2003-422                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan of the former Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton – Lebreton Flats.

 

2003-423                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to exempt 153-173 Borealis Crescent from Part Lot Control.

 

2003-424                 A by‑law of the City of Ottawa amending the Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the old city of Ottawa – 320 McLeod.

 

2003-425                 A by‑law of the City of Ottawa amending the Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the old city of Ottawa – 125 Boteler.

 

2003-426                 A by‑law of the City of Ottawa amending the Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the old city of Ottawa – Anomalies By-law.

 

2003-427                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands on Macassa Circle, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

 

2003-428                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan of the former Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton and the Official Plan of the City of Ottawa – 7 Deakin Street.

 

2003-429                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa amending the Urban Area Zoning By-law, being By-law Number 100-2000 of the former City of Nepean – 7 Deakin Street.

 

2003-430                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 135-2000 of the old Corporation of the City of Nepean to harmonize certain licensing provisions.

 

2003-431                 A by‑law of the City of Ottawa adopting an amendment to the official plan of the former Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton - 300 Hunt Club.

 

2003-432                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa adopting an amendment to the official plan of the old City of Ottawa – 300 Hunt Club.

 

2003-433                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa amending Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the former City of Ottawa – 300 Hunt Club.

2003-434                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Zoning By‑law, 1998, being By-law Number 93-98 of the old City of Ottawa – Bank Street South.

 

2003-435                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan for the City of Ottawa, Volume 1, and the Official Plan of the Township of Goulbourn , and the Official Plan of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa Carleton – 6043 Hazeldean Road.

 

2003-436                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate 121 – 123 Columbia Avenue, as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

 

CARRIED

 

 

Confirmation By-law

MOTION NO. 59/17

 

Moved by Councillor W. Stewart

Seconded by Councillor E. Arnold

 

THAT By-law 2003- 437 to confirm the proceedings of Council be enacted and passed.

 

CARRIED

Adjournment

 

Council adjourned the meeting at 5:00 p.m. with the following Members in attendance:

 

Councillors W. Stewart, D. Eastman, D. Deans, J. Harder, A. Munter, M Meilleur,

E. Arnold, R. Bloess, M. Bellemare, G. Hunter, H. Kreling, J. Stavinga, R. Chiarelli,

A. Cullen and Mayor Chiarelli.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CITY CLERK

 

MAYOR