OTTAWA CITY COUNCIL

28 March 2007

ANDREW S. HAYDON HALL

10:00 a.m.

 

MINUTES 10

 

 

The Council of the City of Ottawa met at Andrew S. Haydon Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, on 28 March 2007 at 10:00 a.m.

 

The Mayor, Larry O’Brien, presided and the Clerk led Council in prayer.

 

The National Anthem was performed by Bayshore Public School Choir.

 

 

MOMENT OF SILENCE – Stewart Baird

 

A Moment of Silence was observed in memory of Stewart Baird.  Mr. Baird served as a Councillor for the Township of West Carleton from 1986 to 1991.

 

 

Announcements/Ceremonial Activities

 

RECOGNITION - BARB TIFFIN

 

Mayor O’Brien presented Barb Tiffin, Coordinator, Volunteer Sector Secretariat, with a certificate of recognition on behalf of the Ontario Network of the Canada Volunteerism Initiative, for her work on the Municipal Toolkit.

 

 

Roll Call

 

ALL MEMBERS WERE PRESENT.

 

 

Confirmation of Minutes

 

The Minutes of the regular and In Camera meetings of 23 February 2007 and the special meeting of 19, 20, 21, 22 and 26 February 2007 were confirmed.


 

Declarations of pecuniary interest including those originally arising from prior meetings

 

No Declarations of Interest were filed.

 

 

Communications

 

The following communications were received:

 

·                     Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Alerts:

·        AMO Releases Rural-Northern Discussion Paper

·        AMO President’s Remarks to ROMA/OGRA Conference

·        Opportunity to Offer Your Input to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Imbalance

·        Use of Enhanced 911 Information for Community Notification Services

·        Canada-Ontario Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund (COMRIF) Asset Management Program Deadline March 31, 2007

·        HealthForce Ontario Recruitment Centre

·        Notification Process for Permits Seized under Ministry of Transportation’s (MTO) Accessible Parking Permit (APP) Program

·        The Ontario Rural Council (TORC) Public Issue Forum

·        2007 Federal Budget a Step in the Right Direction for Municipal Infrastructure

·        Ontario Budget 2007

·        Rural Infrastructure Investment Initiative Final List of Approved Grants now Available

 

·                    E-mail from Lee Alexander Weiler, Vice-President External, Graduate Students' Association, Carleton University, in support of the Motion - City Of Ottawa Support for a $10 Minimum Wage

·                     E-mail from Eugene Williams, Health Promotion Coordinator, Somerset West Community Health Centre, in support of the Motion - City Of Ottawa Support for a $10 Minimum Wage

 

 

Regrets

 

No regrets were filed.

 

 


Postponements and Deferrals

 

MOTION NO. 9/5

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor R. Bloess

 

That the Rules of Procedure, with respect to revisiting a prior decision of Council, being the Governance Report in December 2006, be waived to permit the introduction of a motion to restructure the Transportation Committee and the Transit Committee.

 

                                                                                                            WITHDRAWN

 

 

Motion to Introduce Committee Reports

 

MOTION NO. 10/1

 

Moved by Councillor M. McRae

Seconded by Councillor P. Feltmate

 

That the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Reports 3, 4 and 4A (In Camera), Community and Protective Services Committee Report 4, Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Reports 3, 4 and 4A (In Camera), Ottawa Police Services Board Report 3, Planning and Environment Committee Report 4, Police Services Board Citizen Appointment Selection Committee Report 1 (In Camera), Transit Committee Report 4 and Transportation Committee Report 1 be received and considered.

 

And that the Rules of Procedure be suspended to receive and consider Planning and Environment Committee Report 5.

 

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 


AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 3

 



 

1.             ZONING - 6629 FLEWELLYN ROAD AND 6650 FERNBANK ROAD

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Township of Goulbourn Zoning By-law to change the zoning of 6629 Flewellyn Road and 6650 Fernbank Road from Rural (RU) to Estate Residential (ER), Estate Residential Exception (ER-x), Estate Residential Exception (ER-xy), Private Open Space (OS-x) and Environmental Protection Area (EPA) as shown in Document 1 and Document 2 and as detailed in Document 3.

 

CARRIED with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 



 

2.             ZONING - PART OF 5707 FIRST LINE ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Rideau Zoning By-Law to change the zoning of 5707 First Line Road from "A1" Restricted Rural Zone and "R" General Residential Zone to "A1-XX" Restricted Rural Zone - Exception 'X' as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.

 

MOTION NO. 10/2

 

Moved by Councillor R. Jellett

Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry

 

That Item 2 of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 3 be deferred to the next regular Council meeting scheduled for 11 April 2007.

 

                                                                                                            DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 


 



 

3.             ZONING - 7156 AND 7162 GALLAGHER ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Rideau Zoning By-law to change the zoning of 7156 Gallagher Road from "A2" General Rural to "A1-XX" Restricted Rural - Exception and 7162 Gallagher Road from "A2" General Rural to "A2-XX" General Rural - Exception as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.  

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 



 

4.             ZONING - 3800 PADEN ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Rideau Zoning By-law 2004-428 to change the zoning of 3800 Paden Road from "A2" General Rural to "RE" Estate Residential as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.  

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 



 

5.             ZONING - 1775 DUNROBIN ROAd

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Kanata Zoning By-law 74-79 to change the zoning of 1775 Dunrobin Road from Estate Residential Zone (ER) to Rural Residential Exception XX Zone (RR-XX) as shown in Document 1 and detailed in Document 2.

 

CARRIED with Councillor A. Cullen, D. Thompson and P. Feltmate dissenting.

 

 


AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 4

 



 

1.             RURAL ASSOCIATION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That the City Council:

 

1.                  Approve the Rural Association Partnership Program as an ongoing program for rural business organizations, fairs and farmers markets

 

2.         Approve amendments to the program guidelines and application form, as outlined in this report.

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 



 

2.             HARMONIZATION – KENNEL LICENSING FEES AND EXPIRY DATES

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve amendments to the appropriate by-laws to:

 

1.                  Harmonize kennel license fees to $65 for each license and the expiry date for each kennel license to April 30 of each year commencing in 2007; and,

 

2.                  Include provisions to extend the expiry dates of those licenses that have been issued for 2007 in order to facilitate the transition to the proposed expiry date.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 



 

3.             SELECTING A PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNER TO COMPLETE RURAL

            BROADBAND COVERAGE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That City Council:

 

1.         Endorse Barrett Xplore Inc. (BXI) as preferred partner in a Public-Private Partnership (P3) to complete broadband coverage in rural Ottawa; and

 

2.         Authorize the Deputy City Manager of Planning, Transit, and the Environment, to finalize negotiations and conclude and execute all necessary agreements with Barrett Xplore Inc. for the design, construction, financing and operation of the required broadband infrastructure and service delivery in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Request for Proposals (RFP), the proposal submitted, the subsequent negotiations between the parties, and the framework set out in this report.

 

MOTION NO. 10/3

 

Moved by Councillor G. Brooks

Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry

 

WHEREAS completion of broadband coverage to those parts of rural Ottawa where it is currently unavailable will enable the City to meet the goal of the 20/20 economic Strategy and accompanying Broadband Plan to extend broadband service to every Ottawa address;

 

AND WHEREAS completion of this coverage will improve quality of life for Ottawa’s rural residents by facilitating access to online health care, commercial and government services;

 

AND WHEREAS the City will now be in a position to provide broadband access to the four remaining City facilities in the rural area that are currently without such service;

 

AND WHEREAS, pursuant to section 10 of the Municipal Act, 2001, a single tier municipality such as Ottawa may provide any service or thing that the municipality considers necessary or desirable for the public;

 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following recommendation is added to the Report entitled “Selecting a Private Sector Partner to complete Rural Broadband Coverage”:

 

3.         (a)        declare pursuant to section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001, the broadband infrastructure established by Barrett Xplore Inc. in partnership with the City to complete broadband coverage in rural Ottawa is a municipal capital facility for the purposes of the provision of telecommunications and general administration of the City; and,

 

            (b)        authorize the Deputy City Manager of Planning, Transit and the Environment to negotiate and execute a standard form municipal capital facilities agreement with Barrett Xplore Inc. and the City Solicitor to place the necessary by-law on the Agenda of Council upon execution of the agreement.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 4, Item 3 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 10/3 on a division of 23 YEAS to 1 NAY as follows:

 

Yeas (23):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, D. Holmes, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, R. Jellett, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, D. Deans, C. Doucet, R. Bloess, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (1):          Councillor A. Cullen.

 

Council held Items 1 and 2 of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 4A until the end of the meeting and at that point, they moved In Camera to consider these two items and one additional item.  For ease of reference, the Motion to move In Camera and the minute for Items 1 and 2 of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 4A appears below.

 

MOTION NO. 10/4

 

Moved by Councillor P. Feltmate

Seconded by Councillor M. Wilkinson

 

That City Council resolve In Camera to consider:

 

Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Report 4A, In Camera, Item 1 Appointments to the Rural Issues Advisory Committee - Personal Matters About Identifiable Individuals and Item 2 - Commemorative Naming Application – Stuart Holmes Arena - Personal Matters About An Identifiable Individual

 

 pursuant to Subsection 13. (1):

(b)        personal matters about an identifiable individual, including staff.

 

And that the Rules of Procedure be waived to consider, In Camera, the Judicial Review of the Health Tax Award with the A.T.U.

 

pursuant to Subsection 13. (1):

(d)        labour relations or employee negotiations;

(e)        litigation or potential litigation affecting the City, including matters before administrative tribunals; and

(f)        the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose.

 

of Procedure By-law 2006-462.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED


 

IN CAMERA SESSION

 

IN COUNCIL

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 4A (IN CAMERA)

 



 

1.             APPOINTMENTS TO THE RURAL ISSUES ADVISORY COMMITTEE – IN CAMERA - PERSONAL MATTERS ABOUT IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUALS  – REPORTING OUT DATE: AFTER COUNCIL APPROVAL

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council approve the following appointments of individuals to the Rural Issues Advisory Committee.  All voting members’ terms to expire as indicated:

 

Term to end November 30, 2009:

Sue Cannon

Richard Fraser

Bruce Webster

 

Term to end November 30, 2008

Glenn Edwards

Terry Hale

Earl Stanley

Agnes Warda

 

Term to end November 30, 2007:

Cecil Cavanagh

Sterling Knox

Dale Skaarup

 

Martin Vervoot, Reserve Member 1

William Schofield, Reserve Member 2

 

Bob Cox, Conservation Authority representative (non-voting)

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 


 



 

2.             COMMEMORATIVE NAMING APPLICATION – STUART HOLMES ARENA - IN CAMERA - PERSONAL MATTERS ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL.  REPORTING OUT DATE: MARCH 28, 2007

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the commemorative naming proposal to name the ice arena within the Osgoode Community Centre, located at 5660 Main Street – Ward 20 – Osgoode - to the Stuart Holmes Arena.

 

CARRIED with Councillor J. Legendre dissenting.

 

 

COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT 4

 

 

1.                   SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2007 WORKPLAN AND 2006 ANNUAL REPORT

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Receive the 2007 Annual Report of the Seniors Advisory Committee as detailed in Attachment 1; and

 

2.         Approve the objectives contained in the 2007 Workplan, as detailed in Attachment 2

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

2.                   POVERTY ISSUES ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2006 ANNUAL REPORT, 2007 WORKPLAN AND REVISED TERMS OF REFERENCE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Receive the 2007 Annual Report of the Poverty Issues Advisory Committee as detailed in Attachment 1;

 

2.                  Approve the objectives contained in the 2007 Workplan, as detailed in Attachment 2; and

 

3.         Approve the revised Terms of Reference, as detailed in Attachment 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

 

3.             PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2006 ANNUAL REPORT, 2007 WORKPLAN AND REVISED TERMS OF REFERENCE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Receive the 2007 Annual Report of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee as detailed in Attachment 1;

 

2.                  Approve the objectives contained in the 2007 Workplan, as detailed in Attachment 2; and

 

3.         Approve the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee revised Terms of Reference, as detailed in Attachment 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

 

4.             ARTS, HERITAGE AND CULTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE – 2006 ANNUAL REPORT, 2007 WORK PLAN AND REVISED TERMS OF REFERENCE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

a.                  receive the 2006 Annual Report of the Arts, Heritage and Culture Advisory Committee as detailed in Attachment 1;

 

b.                  approve the objectives contained in the 2007 workplan, as detailed in Attachment 2; and

 

c.         approve the revised Terms of Reference, as detailed in Attachment 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

 

5.             TAXI ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 2006 ANNUAL REPORT, 2007 WORKPLAN AND REVISED TERMS OF REFERENCE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

a.                  receive the 2006 Annual Report of the Taxi Advisory Committee as detailed in Document 1;

 

b.                  approve the objectives contained in the 2007 workplan, as detailed in Document 2; and

 

c.         approve the Taxi Advisory Committee’s revised Terms of Reference as outlined in Document 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 


 

6.                   HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE – 2006 ANNUAL REPORT, 2007 WORK PLAN

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

a.                  receive the 2006 Annual Report of the Health and Social Services Advisory Committee as detailed in Attachment 1; and

 

b.                  approve the objectives contained in the 2007 workplan, as detailed in Attachment 2.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 


 

7.                   ENDORSEMENT OF 211 SERVICE PROVIDER

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

That Council:

 

 

1.                  1.Endorse the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region as the service provider of 211 in Ottawa; and,

 

2.         Direct staff to work with United Way Ottawa and the Provincial government to pursue a detailed business case that identifies operating costs and potential funding sources for the implementation of 211 in Ottawa and to report back to Committee and Council prior to the 2008 budget process.

 

CARRIED on a division of 15 YEAS to 8 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (15):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, G. Brooks, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, M. Wilkinson, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, A. Cullen, D. Deans, C. Doucet, R. Bloess and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (8):          Councillors R. Chiarelli, S. Desroches, R. Jellett, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El‑Chantiry, D. Thompson and G. Hunter.

 

 

 

8.                   City of ottawa aboriginal working committee

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AS AMENDED

 

That Council approve the establishment of the City of Ottawa Aboriginal Working Committee and endorse the proposed Terms of Reference, as amended by the addition of the following to bullet one under Responsibilities:  “and advocate on behalf of the Aboriginal community”.

 

CARRIED with Councillor G. Hunter dissenting.

 

 

 

9.                   NOMINATION TO SOCIAL HOUSING SERVICES CORPORATION (SHSC) BOARD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve the nomination of Councillor Diane Deans to the Social Housing Services Corporation Board.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 


 

10.          PROVINCIAL REVIEW OF PUBLIC HEALTH MANDATORY HEALTH PROGRAMS AND SERVICES GUIDELINES (MHPSG)

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council:

 

1.         rReceive the draft renewed Ontario Mandatory Health Programs and Services (now called the Ontario Public Health Standards), attached as Document 1, for information.

 

2.         dDirect Ottawa Public Health to compile feedback on the draft Ontario Public Health Standards and submit it to the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Technical Review Committee (TRC) as the response from the City of Ottawa, pending final Council approval at its meeting of April 11, 2007.

 

3.         dDirect Ottawa Public Health staff to report back to Community and Protective Services Committee and Council with the final compiled results on the draft Public Health Standards, for final approval.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 


 

11.          PURCHASE OF SERVICE CONTRACT DAILY PER DIEM RATES FOR CHILD CARE AGENCIES PROVIDING SUBSIDIZED LICENSED DAY CARE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve $900K from capital WIP (works in progress) closures for a 2% increase in purchase of service contract daily per diem rates for childcare agencies providing subsidized licensed day care.

 

Mayor O’Brien ruled that Council would require Suspension the Rules of Procedure to deal with Item 11.  Councillor A. Cullen appealed the Mayor’s ruling.  Mayor O’Brien was sustained on a division of 15 YEAS to 9 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (15):        Councillors G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, B. Monette, S. Desroches, R. Jellett, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, R. Bloess, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (9):          Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, D. Holmes, P. Feltmate, M. Wilkinson, A. Cullen, D. Deans and C. Doucet.

 

Pursuant to Subsection 1 (2) of Procedure By-law 2006-462, Suspension of the Rules of Procedure for Item 11 LOST on a division of 14 YEAS to 10 NAYS (18 votes required) as follows:

 

Yeas (14):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, D. Holmes, P. Feltmate, M. Wilkinson, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, J. Harder, A. Cullen, D. Deans and C. Doucet.

 

Nays (10):        Councillors G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, B. Monette, S. Desroches, R. Jellett, E. El‑Chantiry, R. Bloess, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

 

CORPORATE SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 3

 

 

1.             2006 STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION, BENEFITS & EXPENSES
PAID TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND COUNCIL APPOINTEES

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

                                                                                                RECEIVED

 

 

 

2.             rEQUEST FOR DEVELOPMENT CHARGE EXEMPTIOn

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council resolve to exempt the River Parkway Preschool Centre from development charges as a non-profit corporation under Section 7(s) of the Development Charges By-law 2004-298.

 

MOTION NO. 10/5

 

Moved by Councillor A. Cullen

Seconded by Councillor R. Chiarelli

 

That Item 2 of Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 3 be deferred to the next regular Council meeting scheduled for 11 April 2007.

 

                                                                                                            DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 


 

 

3.             MOTION - GRANT TO THE ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve that funding in the form of a grant in the amount of $890.00 be allocated from the City-Wide Capital Reserve Fund to reimburse the St. Vincent De Paul Society to offset the building permit fees paid to the City for the rehabilitation of the drop-in centre.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

CORPORATE SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 4

 

 

1.             oTTAWA BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT STRATEGY AND BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAn

 

Mayor O’Brien ruled the recommendations of the Planning and Environment Committee and the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee were redundant, as they effectively cancelled one another out.  Council therefore dealt only with the recommendations of the Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee.

 

Planning and environment Committee Recommendations AS AMENDED

 

That Council:

 

1.         Approve the Ottawa Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy, as shown in Document 1.

 

2.         Enact a by-law to designate the following as the “Ottawa Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Project Area”:

 

a)         the area within the “Urban Area Boundary” as designated in the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as amended from time to time.

 

b)         the areas designated “Village”, in the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as amended from time to time.

 

3.         Direct staff to make the necessary text modifications to the Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Plan (August 2006), as shown in Document 2, to reflect the new definitions and approval requirements resulting from the January 1, 2007 proclamations of Bill 130 and Bill 51 before the plan rises to Council for adoption by by-law and that a by-law be enacted to adopt the revised Ottawa Brownfields Community Improvement Plan.

 

4.         Approve the guidelines for the Development Charge Reduction Program Due to Site Contamination, including requirements for applications received prior to January 16, 2007, as shown in Document 3.

 

5.         Approve the concept of the Nicholas-Mann Gateway project as a signature brownfields redevelopment project, as shown in Document 4; and, direct staff to prepare a request for funding to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities under the Green Municipal Funds to obtain a grant to undertake a sustainable community planning study for this area.

 

6.         Delegate to the Director, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy the authority to approve project feasibility and environmental site assessment grant applications, subject to an annual reporting to Council.

 

7.         Establish a Municipal Leadership revolving fund (capital account) to help implement the Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy funded in the future from the 30% property tax increment that is retained by the City as a result of properties participating in the Rehabilitation Grant program.

 

8.         Direct staff to report back to Council prior to the 2008 budget process on the outcomes of the 2007 program.

 

9.         Refer the $35,000 annual cost to administer the property tax assistance programs by the Revenue Division of the Corporate Services Department to the 2007 budget process.

 

                                                                                                RULED REDUNDANT

 

aGRICULTURE and RURAL AFFAIRS Committee Recommendations AS AMENDED

 

That Council not:

 

1.         Approve the Ottawa Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy, as shown in Document 1.

 

2.         Enact a by-law to designate the following as the “Ottawa Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Project Area”:

 

a)         the area within the “Urban Area Boundary” as designated in the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as amended from time to time.

 

b)         the areas designated “Village”, in the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as amended from time to time.

 

3.         Direct staff to make the necessary text modifications to the Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Plan (August 2006), as shown in Document 2, to reflect the new definitions and approval requirements resulting from the January 1, 2007 proclamations of Bill 130 and Bill 51 before the plan rises to Council for adoption by by-law and that a by-law be enacted to adopt the revised Ottawa Brownfields Community Improvement Plan.

 

4.         Approve the guidelines for the Development Charge Reduction Program Due to Site Contamination, including requirements for applications received prior to January 16, 2007, as shown in Document 3.

 

5.         Approve the concept of the Nicholas-Mann Gateway project as a signature brownfields redevelopment project, as shown in Document 4; and, direct staff to prepare a request for funding to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities under the Green Municipal Funds to obtain a grant to undertake a sustainable community planning study for this area.

 

6.         Delegate to the Director, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy the authority to approve project feasibility and environmental site assessment grant applications, subject to an annual reporting to Council.

 

7.         Establish a Municipal Leadership revolving fund (capital account) to help implement the Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy funded in the future from the 30% property tax increment that is retained by the City as a result of properties participating in the Rehabilitation Grant program.

 

8.         Direct staff to report back to Council prior to the 2008 budget process on the outcomes of the 2007 program.

 

9.         Refer the $35,000 annual cost to administer the property tax assistance programs by the Revenue Division of the Corporate Services Department to the 2007 budget process.

 

                                                                                                RULED REDUNDANT

 

corporate services and economic development Committee Recommendations       

 

That Council:

 

1.         Approve the Ottawa Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy, as shown in Document 1;

 

2.         Enact a by-law to designate the following as the “Ottawa Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Project Area”:

 

(a)        the area within the “Urban Area Boundary” as designated in the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as amended from time to time; and

 

(b)        the areas designated “Village”, in the City of Ottawa Official Plan (2003), as amended from time to time;

 

3.         Direct staff to make the necessary text modifications to the Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Plan (August 2006), as shown in Document 2, to reflect the new definitions and approval requirements resulting from the January 1, 2007 proclamations of Bill 130 and Bill 51 before the plan rises to Council for adoption by by-law and; that a by-law be enacted to adopt the revised Ottawa Brownfields Community Improvement Plan;

 

4.         Approve the guidelines for the Development Charge Reduction Program Due to Site Contamination, including requirements for applications received prior to January 16, 2007, as shown in Document 3;

 

5.         Approve the concept of the Nicholas-Mann Gateway project as a signature brownfields redevelopment project, as shown in Document 4; and, direct staff to prepare a request for funding to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities under the Green Municipal Funds to obtain a grant to undertake a sustainable community planning study for this area;

 

6.         Delegate to the Director, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy the authority to approve project feasibility and environmental site assessment grant applications, subject to an annual reporting to Council;

 

7.         Establish a Municipal Leadership revolving fund (capital account) to help implement the Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy funded in the future from the 15 per cent property tax increment that is retained by the City as a result of properties participating in the Rehabilitation Grant program;

 

8.         Direct staff to report back to Council prior to the 2008 budget process on the outcomes of the 2007 program; and

 

9.         Direct staff to make the necessary text modifications to the Brownfields Redevelopment Community Improvement Plan, Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy, and the Guidelines for the Development Charge Reduction Program Due to Site Contamination, as shown in Documents 1, 2, and 3 respectively, to revise the incentive package to ensure that not more than 50 per cent of the remedial work and associated studies (to the maximum in the reports) be covered through grants, tax assistance, building permit fees or development charges, before the community improvement plan rises to Council for adoption by by-law and; that a by-law be enacted to adopt the revised Ottawa Brownfields Community Improvement Plan.

 

 

MOTION NO. 10/6

 

Moved by Councillor R. Jellett

Seconded by Councillor G. Brooks

 

That Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 4, Item 1 be amended by the addition of the following recommendation:

 

That the benefit of this policy only be available to applicants who have acquired the property in an arm’s length transaction subsequent to 28 March 2007.

 

                                                                                                WITHDRAWN

 

Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Report 4, Item 1 (Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Recommendations), was then put to Council and CARRIED with Councillors G. Hunter and G. Brooks dissenting.

 

 

 

2.             PROPERTY ACQUISITION - PARKS CANADA, BRIDGE STREET, MANOTICK

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve the property acquisition, in fee simple, totalling an area of 3,245m2, described as Part Lot 8, Concession Long Island, PIN 04589-0865, geographic Township of Gloucester, City of Ottawa, from Parks Canada, as shown on the attached Annex “A” sketch, for the total consideration of $85,000, plus GST and closing costs.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 


 




 

3.             SALE OF LAND - PART OF ROAD ALLOWANCE ADJACENT TO 6122 RENAUD ROAD

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1.         Declare a vacant parcel of land, shown hatched on Annex “A” attached, containing an area of 1.6 ha, described as part of the Road Allowance between Lots 5 & 6, Concession 4 (Ottawa Front), geographic Township of Gloucester, now City of Ottawa, subject to final survey and subject to the lane 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 Claridge for $352,800.00 plus GST, pursuant to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale that has been received.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

4.         iNTENTION TO EXPAND THE preston street
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA BOUNDARY


 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council:

 

1.         Designate the area described by Document 1 as an expanded Business Improvement Area (BIA), under Sections 204 and 209 of the Municipal Act, 2001;

 

2.         Authorize and direct the City Clerk to send out a notice of Council's intention to pass a by-law to alter the existing BIA boundaries, as defined in Document 1, in accordance with Section 210 of the Municipal Act, 2001;

 

3.         Authorize and direct the City Solicitor to prepare a by-law to designate the area as an expanded Business Improvement Area, as described in Document 1, in accordance with Sections 204 and 209 of the Municipal Act, 2001;  and

 

4.         Enact the aforementioned by-law in accordance with section 204  and 209 of the Municipal Act, 2001, subject to the    City Clerk receiving favourable results on the notices referred to in Recommendation 2, advising of the intention to pass a by-law expanding the boundary.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

 

5.             MOTION - CITY OF OTTAWA SUPPORT FOR A $10 MINIMUM WAGE

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

WHEREAS the current Provincial minimum wage provides an annual income that falls below the Statistics Canada poverty line;

 

AND WHEREAS increasing the minimum wage to $10 an hour will assist working poor families, new immigrants, students and women (particularly in the service sector) earn a decent living wage above the Statistics Canada poverty line;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:

 

1.         That Ottawa City Council endorse Provincial Bill 150, which would raise the minimum wage to $10 an hour;

 

2.         That Ottawa City Council petition the Legislature of Ontario to enact Bill 150; and

 

3.         That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Premier of Ontario, the Minister of Labour, the Minister of Municipal Affairs & Housing, the Leader of the Opposition, the Leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party, and to Ottawa-area Members of Provincial Parliament.

 

CARRIED with Councillor S. Desroches dissenting.

 

 

CORPORATE SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 4A (IN CAMERA)

 

 

1.             APPOINTMENTS TO THE PINEVIEW MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE BOARD - in camera - Personal matters about identifiable individuals - REPORTING OUT DATE, UPON COUNCIL APPROVAL

 

Committee Recommendations

 

That Council approve:

 

1.         The appointment of Virendra (Vinni) Sahni to the Pineview Municipal Golf Course Board as a voting member– term to expire 30 November 2009.

 

2.         That an exception be granted for the extension of Patrick Dion’s term to 30 November 2008.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD REPORT 3

 

 

1.                   AUDITOR GENERAL'S FOLLOW-UP REPORT ON THE GOVERNANCE AUDIT OF THE OTTAWA POLICE SERVICES BOARD

 

 

BOARD RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

MOTION NO. 10/7

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor D. Holmes

 

That Item 1 of Ottawa Police Services Board Report 3 be deferred to the next regular Council meeting scheduled for 11 April 2007.

 

                                                                                                            DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 

 

2.              AUDITOR GENERAL'S FOLLOW-UP REPORT ON THE AUDIT OF THE OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE BUDGET DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES

 

BOARD RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

MOTION NO. 10/8

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor D. Holmes

 

That Item 2 of Ottawa Police Services Board Report 3 be deferred to the next regular Council meeting scheduled for 11 April 2007.

 

                                                                                                            DEFERRAL CARRIED

 

 

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 4

 

 

1.                   ZONING - 608 RIVER ROAD AND 110 RYEBURN DRIVE

 

 

 

Committee recommendation as amended

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former Gloucester Zoning By-law to change the zoning of 608 River Road and 110 Ryeburn Drive from Fg (Future Growth) to Rc3 (Special Mixed Residential Dwelling Zone) and OS(EXX), [Open Space (Exception XX) Zone] with an expansion to Constraint Area 1 as shown on Documents 1, 3 and 4 and as detailed in Document 2.

 

WHEREAS the Applicant has requested a change to the zone boundary of Area A illustrated on Document 3 of report ACS2007-PTE-APR-0034 that will accommodate a six metre pathway corridor;

 

AND WHEREAS the Applicant has submitted drawings to staff reflecting the requested change;

 

AND WHEREAS the requested change is acceptable to City staff and does not alter the intent of zoning amendment to permit the development of an urban residential subdivision.

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council substitute Document 3 of the said report with the attached Zoning Key Map entitled Revised Document 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

 

2.             MOTION 4/29 – OTTAWA CITY COUNCIL, 15 JANUARY 2007: Incentives
to construct buildings that achieve a leed designation

 

 

Committee recommendation

 

That Council receive this report for information.


 

MOTION NO. 10/9

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

That Council direct staff to investigate the establishment of incentives specifically aimed at encouraging the construction of buildings that achieve a LEEDS designation and present a report on findings and recommendations by September 2007.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

Planning and Environment Committee Report 4, Item 2 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 10/9.

 

 

 

3.          SCOPING OF THE INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL (IC&I) 3R STRATEGY

 

 

Committee recommendationS AS AMENDED

 

1.         That Council approve the proposed expanded scope and budget for the Industrial, Commercial & Institutional (IC&I) 3R Strategy, as set out herein.

 

2.         That the Mayor write a letter to the Premier and Minister of the Environment urging the Provincial Government to enforce their current legislation regarding reduction of wastes in the IC&I sector.

 

3.         WHEREAS the City of Ottawa undertakes pilot diversion programs for residential waste (as example organics), and;

 

            WHEREAS these programs are funded by the waste diversion reserve fund which currently has a balance of $27.5 M and at the end of 2007 will have an uncommitted balance of $15.5 M, and;

 

BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to develop pilot diversion programs applicable to both the IC&I and residential waste sectors in such areas as asphalt roofing shingles, carpets, metals (BBQ) and plastic furniture (lawn furniture) and report back with an IPD report as pilot projects are ready to be implemented.

 

4.         WHEREAS other provinces have integrated bottle and can recycling legislation, which reduces waste management costs for municipalities

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor writes to the provincial government on behalf of Council to request provincial legislation similar to Quebec’s and Nova Scotia’s that will deliver an integrated bottle and can recycling requirement for the producers and users of these products.

 

5.         WHEREAS the I.C & I sector generates 70 percent of the waste that must be disposed of within the municipality, and;

 

WHEREAS the province has required a 60 percent diversion target for residential waste generated within the city but comprises only 30 percent of the waste generated by the municipality;

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor write to the provincial government on behalf of Council requesting that similar diversion targets be established for the IC&I sector.

 

6.         WHEREAS primary responsibility for IC&I waste lies within the Provincial Government;

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa request the provincial Ministry of the Environment participate in the City’s Industrial Commercial and Institutional 3R Strategy Study through:

 

i)    Participating in the City Study (including representation on the Study: Technical Advisory Committee).

 

ii)   Providing funding to support the study’s activities.

 

MOTION NO. 10/10

 

Moved by Councillor P. Feltmate

Seconded by Councillor S. Qadri

 

WHEREAS, the purpose of the IC&I 3R Strategy is to help reduce the reliance on landfills by finding ways to increase diversion of IC&I waste from landfills;

 

AND WHEREAS, provincial legislation on waste management means that efforts by the City to divert IC&I waste from landfills will require the voluntary participation of the IC&I sectors;

 

AND WHEREAS, the fact participation will be voluntary means that the IC&I 3R Strategy will only succeed if the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional sectors are involved in the process of preparing the strategy so that issues that could reduce participation are addressed;

 

AND WHEREAS, staff have reported that, “It proved very difficult to engage segments of the waste generator population”;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT City staff be directed to strengthen the participation of the IC&I sector in the development of the IC&I 3R Strategy through:

 

1.                  Working with other City departments that deal with the IC&I sectors to get information to other interested parties (e.g., Bylaw Services for business licenses, Economic Development, Rural Affairs Office, Planning, Infrastructure and Approvals for homebuilders etc.);

 

2.                  Working with sector organizations (e.g., OCRI, Ottawa Tourism, Rural Tourism Council, Ottawa Life Sciences, Ottawa Construction Association, Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), Business Advisory Committee, Public and Catholic School Boards, Algonquin College and Universities). 

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

Planning and Environment Committee Report 4, Item 3 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 10/10.

 

 

 

4.             ZONING - PARTS OF 5271 FERNBANK ROAD

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Kanata Zoning By-law 168-94 to change the zoning for parts of 5271 Fernbank Rd. from R3A-4 and OS1 to R3A-X and CG-7 as detailed in Document 2 and as shown in Document 1.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 

 

5.             ZONING - 2720 QUEENSVIEW DRIVE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-Law to change the zoning of 2720 Queensview Drive, as shown on Document 1, to add an exception to the IP3 F(1.0) H(13.8) Industrial Business Park Zone as detailed in Document 2.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

6.             KING EDWARD PRECINCT STRATEGY - UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report on the King Edward Precinct Strategy prepared for the University of Ottawa.

 

RECEIVED with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 

 

7.                   OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING AMENDMENT- 545-729 KING EDWARD AVENUE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS AS AMENDED

 

1.                  That Council approve and adopt an amendment to the City of Ottawa Official Plan to:

 

a)                  Modify Schedule J, the Land Use Schedule of the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan included in Volume 2-A to redesignate the lands located south of Laurier Avenue East to Templeton Street, on the east side of King Edward Avenue from Residential to Institutional;

 

b)                  Modify Schedule J, the Land Use Schedule of the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan included in Volume 2-A to redesignate the lands located east of King Edward Avenue and west of Henderson Avenue on the north side of Osgoode Street from Residential to Local Commercial; and

 

c)                  Modify the Institutional Policy (5.3.2 i.) in the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan to allow a mix of institutional, commercial and residential uses along the King Edward Corridor.

 

d)                  Modify Schedule L, Design Control Areas to include the lands located south of Laurier Avenue East to Templeton Street on the east side of King Edward Avenue within the area that is subject to Design Approval,

 

all as detailed in Document 2.

 

2.         That Council approve an amendment to the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law, 1998, to:

 

a)                  Establish a new Institutional I2E Subzone to be known as the University of Ottawa King Edward Precinct Zone that allows for mixed uses,

 

b)                  Change the zoning for the lands located on the east side of King Edward Avenue, south of Laurier Avenue East and north of Templeton Street from Residential R5C[89] H(13.8), CL2[455] F(1.0), CL2 F(1.0), CL2[456] F(1.0)  to the new Institutional I2E Subzone with exceptions,

 

c)                  Change the Institutional I2A [573] F(3.0) zone for the lands located along the west side of King Edward Avenue south of Laurier Avenue East to the new Institutional I2E subzone with exceptions and a 3.0 FSI,

 

d)                  Delete specific provisions in the Residential R5C[89] H(13.8) exception zone for the lands located on the west side of Henderson Avenue south of Laurier Avenue East and north of Templeton Street,

 

e)                  Delete specific provisions pertaining to gross floor area located in the Residential R5C[89] H(13.8) zone from the Institutional I2A [573] F(3.0) zone and from the Local Commercial CL2 [456] zone for the lands on the south side of Osgoode Street, east of King Edward Avenue

 

f)                   Change the zoning for the lands located along the east side of King Edward Avenue south of Templeton Street and north of Mann Avenue from a Residential R5C[89] H(13.8) zone and a Leisure L3 [327] zone to an I2A Subzone with an exception to allow for a sports complex,

 

g)                  Change the zoning for 109 and 113 Osgoode Street from Residential R5C[89] H(13.8) to a Local Commercial CL1 F(1.0) zone,

 

h)         Modify Neighbourhood Monitoring Area Number 20, Sub-Area 1, and Sub-Area 2 to include an Heritage Overlay,

 

all as shown on Document 1 and detailed in Documents 3 and 3A.

 

3.         That Document 3, Details of Recommended Zoning contained within Report Reference ACS2007-PTE-APR-0022 dealing with an Official plan Amendment and Zoning Amendment for 545-729 King Edward (the King Edward Precinct of the University of Ottawa) be modified as follows:

 

Replace the term "minimum requirement" where it appears in Section 3(b) of Document 3 with the word "maximum".

 

And that no further notice be provided pursuant to Section 34(17) of the Planning Act, RSO 1990.

 

4.         That Document 3, Details of Recommended Zoning contained within Report Reference ACS2007-PTE-APR-0022 dealing with an Official plan Amendment and Zoning Amendment for 545-729 King Edward (the King Edward Precinct of the University of Ottawa) be modified to delete "bar" from the list of permitted commercial uses set out in Section 3(b), and;

 

That no further notice be provided pursuant to Section 34(17) of the Planning Act, RSO 1990.

 

MOTION NO. 10/11

 

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

That the redevelopment of King Edward Avenue on the east side, be limited to six stories.

 

LOST on a division of 4 YEAS to 18 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (4):          Councillors J. Legendre, S. Qadri, A. Cullen and C. Doucet.

 

Nays (18):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, D. Holmes, G. Brooks, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, R. Jellett, C. Leadman, M. McRae, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, D. Deans, R. Bloess, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

MOTION NO. 10/12

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor G. Bédard

 

That the removal of a “bar” from the list of permitted uses mentioned in recommendation 4 apply to the east side of King Edward only;.

 

And that no further notice be provided pursuant to Section 34(17) of the Planning Act, RSO 1990.

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

Planning and Environment Committee Report 4, Item 7 was then put to Council and CARRIED as amended by Motion No. 10/12 with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 

 

8.             DEMOLITION CONTROL-721-723, 727, 729 KING EDWARD AVENUE AND 208-210, 212-214 HENDERSON AVE

 

 

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

1.         That Council approve the demolition of the buildings at 721-723, 727, 729 King Edward Avenue and 208-210, 212-214 Henderson Avenue subject to the following conditions:

 

a.         That the Registered Owner shall seed/sod and maintain the property as open space and not use the property for other interim use between the demolition of the existing building and the time of construction of the replacement building. 

 

b.         That the Registered Owner acknowledges that if the site is not maintained to City standards after demolition, the Property Standards By-law will come into effect. 

 

c.         That the Registered Owner submit to the City of Ottawa redevelopment plans for a replacement building within five years from the date of the signing of the agreement.

 

2.         That the Registered Owner sign an agreement with the City of Ottawa including the forgoing conditions and pay all the costs associated with the registration of the said agreement.  At such a time as a building permit is issued to redevelop the site and the replacement building is in place, the agreement will become null and void and be released upon request by the Registered Owner. The Registered Owner shall pay all costs associated with the registration of the release from this agreement.

 

3.         That the approval be considered null and void if the provisions of Recommendation 2 have not been fulfilled within six months of the date of approval.

 

CARRIED with Councillor A. Cullen dissenting.

 


 

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 5

 

 

1.                   RESPONSE TO CARP LANDFILL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR)

 

 

Committee recommendations as amended

 

That Council endorse the comments contained in Document 2 as the City’s comments on Waste Management of Canada Corporation’s (WM) Environmental Assessment Terms of Reference for the Carp Landfill, as amended by the following:

 

1.   WHEREAS on March 2, 2007 Waste Management of Canada Corporation (WM) provided notice to the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) requesting the suspension of the timing of the government review to consider amendments to the proposed Terms of Reference (ToR) and provide responses to the large number of comments received on the ToR;

 

AND WHEREAS the MOE does not require WM to provide for a formal public notification and review period on their amendments the ToR;

 

AND WHEREAS the City and the community are unaware of the magnitude of WM's amendments to the ToR;

 

AND WHEREAS WM is allowed up to 56 days to make amendments to their ToR , yet the City and community is provided with no prescribed formal public comment period on these amendments;

 

AND WHEREAS on or about April 12, 2007 WM has committed to host a public meeting on their amendments to the TOR;

 

THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that Council request that MOE ensures the City, the community and any other interested parties be given a minimum of 30 days to allow a fair opportunity and full comment on the amendments to the ToR following the public meeting convened by WM on or about April 12, 2007; and,

 

That this motion be circulated to the Premier of Ontario, Minister of the Environment and all Ottawa area M.P.P.s.

 

 

2.   WHEREAS the City’s new initiatives in the integrated WM plan will lead towards a 21st century solution for managing solid waste and maximizing waste diversion; 

 

AND WHEREAS the City’s comments on WM ToR support a full EA in accordance with Section 6(2)(a) and subsection 6.1(2) of the Environmental Assessment (EA) Act.;

 

AND WHEREAS the City requests consideration of a stand alone waste combustion with Energy from Waste (EFW) alternative;

 

AND WHEREAS the City emphasizes that any significant issues as deemed by the appropriate authorities that arise be addressed in the detailed assessment work;

 

AND WHEREAS the City directs WM to ensure that environmental affects are assessed and that all assessments include the greater communities of Stittsville and Kanata;

 

AND WHEREAS the City and the community has collaborated collectively on the city’s submission to the ToR;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council strongly endorse the comments contained in Document 2 as the City’s comments on Waste Management of Canada Corporation’s (WM) Environmental Assessment Terms of Reference for the Carp Landfill; and,

 

That this motion be circulated to the Premier of Ontario, Minister of the Environment and all Ottawa area M.P.P.s.

 

3.   WHEREAS the City has substantial interest in the outcome of the EA process because of potential environment, social and economic impacts that the proposed expansion could have on the residents and businesses of the City of Ottawa;

WHEREAS recognizing the complexity of the EA process the City requires Waste Management (WM) to support the creation of a multi-disciplinary Independent Peer Review Team to represent the interests of the municipality;

WHEREAS, the purpose of the Peer Review Team will be to comprehensively review, comment on and provide independent analysis and advice on all aspects of the proposed expansion, its impact on the municipality and on other stakeholders as well as the EA process;

WHEREAS, Independent Peer Review Teams were established for the Greater Town of Napanee through a MOU with Waste Management (formerly Canadian Waste Services) for the EA process and a similar agreement was undertaken between the Township of Warwick and WM through the EA process;

WHEREAS, a Public Advisory Committee (PAC) as proposed in the ToR is not a substitute for an Independent Peer Review Team and the proposed PAC is completely inadequate to respond to the complexity of the EA process;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council requests the ToR be amended to include an Independent Peer Review Team; and,

That this motion be circulated to the Premier of Ontario, Minister of the Environment and all Ottawa area M.P.P.s.

4.   WHEREAS on June 14, 2006 City Council unanimously approved a motion seeking the express assurance of the Minister of the Environment of the operational compliance of Waste Management of Canada's waste management facility on Carp Road;

 

AND WHEREAS the record of compliance with environmental law of any proponent that seeks a new or amended Certificate of Approval must come before the Minister for consideration;

 

AND WHEREAS consideration of the environmental record of a proponent will both encourage compliance with environmental law in this province and ensure that the risk to our environment is minimized by removing from the industry companies with a history of violations;

 

AND WHEREAS companies that operate waste disposal facilities have a responsibility to the people living nearby, to the environment, and to the generations that will inhabit the local environment in the future; 

 

AND WHEREAS the Ontario Protocol for Updating Certificates of Approval for Waste Management Protocol Guidance and Direction issued by Ministry of the Environment in January 2005, helps guide the Minister in her decision, gives assistance to proponents and opponents alike in understanding the kind of information the Minister will consider, and provides a mechanism by which existing Certificates of Approval may be re-evaluated;

 

AND WHEREAS the Ministry may review an existing Certificate of Approval when an owner makes an application to the Ministry for a change to the existing equipment, processes, production rates or for an expansion of plant capacity (excluding applications for minor changes and administrative amendments);

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council reiterates its request that the Minister of the Environment:

 

1.   Provide a complete copy of Waste Management of Canada Corporation’s (WM) Carp Road waste management facility’s Certificate of Approval, and any other related provincial, municipal or federal permits, approvals and/or agreements, to the City and be placed on the public record for review;

 

2.   Provide all regulatory compliance reports and complaint/response records for the Carp Road waste management facility, submitted by the proponent, WM to the MOE for the last 10 years of operation, to the City and be placed on the public record for review;

 

3.   Hold in abeyance any further review of the draft Terms of Reference until the regulatory compliance status of the Carp Road site and operations of WM is confirmed; and

 

4.   BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Council circulate this motion to the Premier of Ontario, the Minister of the Environment, all Ottawa area M.P.P.s, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario and the appropriate staff at the Ministry of the Environment.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 

POLICE SERVICES BOARD CITIZEN APPOINTMENT SELECTION COMMITTEE REPORT 1

(IN CAMERA)

 

 

1.             CITIZEN APPOINTMENT to the city of ottawa police services board -
IN CAMERA - PERSONAL MATTERS ABOUT AN IDENTIFIABLE INDIVIDUAL


 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council approve the appointment of Mr. Jim MacEwen to serve as the City of Ottawa’s citizen appointment to the Ottawa Police Services Board for the duration of the term of Council, effective immediately.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 


TRANSIT COMMITTEE REPORT 4

 

 

1.             TRANSIT FARES IN 2007

 

 

Committee recommendation

 

That Council approve the fare structure in Attachment 1, that represents a two percent increase in average fares.

 

MOTION NO. 10/13

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor R. Bloess

 

WHEREAS the 2007 City Budget, recently adopted by Council, called for a cost-of-living (2% ) fare increase;

 

WHEREAS many of the increases proposed actually depart significantly  from that decision (i.e.: 3.3%, 3.2%, 2.8%, 2.7%, 2.6% & 2.5%);

 

AND WHEREAS these higher rates of increase affect client groups that are least able to support increased costs;

 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council approve an amended fare structure (from those fares proposed in attachment 1) for the following categories:

 

                                                                                                Fare             % Increase

·                    Regular Student Pass                                    $ 59.40                  1.97

·                    Express Student Pass                                    $ 69.10                  1.99

·                    Regular Student Semester Pass                   $ 220.30                1.99

·                    Express Student Semester Pass                   $ 256.00                1.99

·                    Rural Student Pass                                        $ 90.25                  1.98

·                    Senior Pass                                                     $ 28.80                  1.95

·                    Community Pass                                            $ 28.80                  1.95

·                    Regular Student Annual Pass                       $ 570.00                1.92

·                    Express Student Annual Pass                       $ 663.00                1.92

·                    Senior Ecopass                                               $ 24.49                  2.0

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Council approve that the amended 2007 fare structure be implemented as of June 1st instead of July 1st 2007.

 

 


MOTION NO. 10/14

 

Moved by Councillor G. Hunter

Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry

 

That Motion No. 10/13 be referred to Transit Committee.

 

LOST on a division of 2 YEAS to 21 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (2):          Councillors E. El-Chantiry and G. Hunter.

 

Nays (21):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, D. Holmes, G. Brooks, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, R. Jellett, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, J. Harder, A. Cullen, D. Deans, C. Doucet, R. Bloess, D. Thompson and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Motion No. 10/13 was then put to Council and CARRIED on a division of 12 YEAS to 11 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (12):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, D. Holmes, B. Monette, R. Jellett, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, A. Cullen, D. Deans, C. Doucet and R. Bloess.

 

Nays (11):        Councillors P. Hume, G. Brooks, P. Feltmate, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

 

MOTION NO. 10/15

 

Moved by Councillor M. Wilkinson

Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry

 

That Motion 10/13 be RECONSIDERED at the next regular meeting of Council scheduled for 11 April 2007.

 

Pursuant to Subsection 64 (4) of Procedure By-law 2006-462, notice of reconsideration CARRIED on a division of 9 YEAS to 15 NAYS (8 votes required) as follows:

 

Yeas (9):          Councillors P. Feltmate. B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, R. Jellett, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry and G. Hunter.

 

Nays (15):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, D. Holmes, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, A. Cullen, D. Deans, C. Doucet, R. Bloess, D. Thompson and Mayor O’Brien.

 


TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT 1

 

 

1.             the Citizens for Safe Cycling Program FUNDING

 

 

Committee recommendation

 

That Council suspend the Rules of Procedure to consider the following:

 

That $50,000 funding from citywide reserves be allocated to Citizens for Safe Cycling for educational and safety programming in 2007 in accordance with the normal conditions attached to City Grants.

 

Suspension of the Rules of Procedure to consider this item LOST on a division of 14 YEAS to 10 NAYS (18 votes required) as follows:

 

Yeas (14):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, D. Holmes, P. Feltmate, M. Wilkinson, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, A. Cullen, D. Deans, C. Doucet, R. Bloess and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (10):        Councillors P. Hume, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, B. Monette, S. Desroches, R. Jellett, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, D. Thompson and G. Hunter.

 

 

Motion to Adopt Reports

 

MOTION NO. 10/16

 

Moved by Councillor M. McRae

Seconded by Councillor P. Feltmate

 

That the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Reports 3, 4 and 4A (In Camera), Community and Protective Services Committee Report 4, Corporate Services and Economic Development Committee Reports 3, 4 and 4A (In Camera), Planning and Environment Committee Reports 4 and 5, Police Services Board Citizen Appointment Selection Committee Report 1 (In Camera), Transit Committee Report 4 and Transportation Committee Report 1 be received and adopted as amended.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 


MOTION NO. 10/17

 

Moved by Councillor E. El-Chantiry

Seconded by Councillor G. Brooks

 

WHEREAS during the past municipal election campaign a number of residents expressed concerns related to the duration of the visual blight caused by the proliferation, placement and condition of election signage;

 

AND Whereas in 2004, Council approved provisions allowing for the placement of election signs sixty (60) days preceding the election date, despite the staff recommendation of thirty (30) days;

 

AND WHEREAS the proposed placement period for election signage of thirty (30) days is consistent with provisions in place historically prior to 2004, and such timeframes are typical in other municipalities;

 

AND WHEREAS a 30-day limit will reduce the burden of enforcement and related costs and is not expected to negatively impact candidates;

 

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that Council approve the following by-law amendment to reduce the current timeframe that election signage may be erected on public rights-of-ways prior to the election day from sixty (60) days to thirty (30) days as follows:

 

Section 10(a) of By-law 2003-520 be repealed and substituted therefore by the following:

 

10. (a) the sign is not placed more than thirty (30) days immediately preceding the election date;

 

MOTION NO. 10/18

 

Moved by Councillor R. Chiarelli

Seconded by Councillor G. Hunter

 

That the question be now put.

 

CARRIED on a division of 12 YEAS to 9 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (12):        Councillors P. Hume, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, B. Monette, S. Desroches, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, R. Bloess, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (9):          Councillors G. Bédard, D. Holmes, P. Feltmate, M. Wilkinson, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, A. Cullen and D. Deans.

 

Motion No. 10/17 was then put to Council and CARRIED on a division of 19 YEAS to 3 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (19):        Councillors G. Bédard, P. Hume, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, J. Legendre, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, D. Deans, R. Bloess, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (3):          Councillors D. Holmes, R. Jellett and A. Cullen.

 

 

MOTION NO. 10/19

 

Moved by Councillor S. Desroches

Seconded by Councillor J. Harder

 

WHEREAS Ward 22 is a ward physically divided by the Rideau River and a bridge will provide the missing link between these business, retail and residential communities;

 

WHEREAS the Transportation Master Plan identifies the Strandherd-Armstrong Bridge as a key link in the transportation network serving the south;

 

WHEREAS development in the south urban communities of Riverside South, South Gloucester and Barrhaven continue to grow despite the decision to not proceed with the North-South LRT project;

 

WHEREAS the relocation of the RCMP headquarters to the former JDS site will escalate the demand on our transportation network and spark new planned development in the South Merivale Business Park;

 

WHEREAS a new Rideau River Crossing at Strandherd-Armstrong will relieve critical pressure on the existing bridges at Hunt Club and in Manotick by distributing the network traffic more effectively;

 

AND WHEREAS the new Strandherd-Armstrong Bridge can also accommodate transit lanes, thereby improving transit service for these southern communities;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to report back to Transportation Committee by June 2007 on the opportunities and timelines to implement the Strandherd-Armstrong Bridge link and its associated road works to enhance transit service, including funding discussions with the Federal and Provincial governments.

 

 


MOTION NO. 10/20

 

Moved by Councillor J. Legendre

Seconded by Councillor M. McRae

 

That the question of the Strandherd–Armstrong Bridge and its priority be referred to Transportation and Transit Committees after the Mayor’s Task Force on Transportation has reported.

 

LOST on a division of 7 YEAS to 16 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (7):          Councillors P. Hume, D. Holmes, R. Jellett, J. Legendre, M. McRae, A. Cullen and C. Doucet.

 

Nays (16):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, C. Leadman, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El‑Chantiry, D. Deans, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Motion No. 10/19 was then put to Council and CARRIED on a division of 21 YEAS to 3 NAYS as follows:

 

Yeas (21):        Councillors G. Bédard, M. Bellemare, P. Hume, G. Brooks, R. Chiarelli, P. Feltmate, B. Monette, S. Desroches, M. Wilkinson, R. Jellett, C. Leadman, M. McRae, S. Qadri, J. Harder, E. El-Chantiry, A. Cullen, D. Deans, R. Bloess, D. Thompson, G. Hunter and Mayor O’Brien.

 

Nays (3):          Councillors D. Holmes, J. Legendre and C. Doucet.

 

 

MOTION NO. 10/21

 

Moved by Councillor D. Deans

Seconded by Councillor M. McRae

 

That City staff be directed to consider a stand-alone graffiti by-law and policy that would address graffiti vandalism of both public and private property, and that By-law Services staff report to a joint meeting of the Community and Protective Services Committee and Transportation Committee on such a by-law.

 

                                                                                                            CARRIED

 

 


Motions (Requiring Suspension of the Rules of Procedure)

 

MOTION NO. 10/22

 

Moved by Councillor D. Holmes

Seconded by Councillor M. McRae

 

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

 

WHEREAS Provision 25(l) of the Private Approach By-law, states that, where a property abuts on or is within 46 metres of an arterial or major collector highway as designated in the City of Ottawa Official Plan, the minimum distance between the private approach and the nearest intersecting street line or its extension shall be 75 metres; 

 

AND WHEREAS the existing private approach on Slater Street serving 180 Kent Street is located approximately 45 metres west of Kent Street, and the proposed private approach shall be located approximately 30 metres west of Kent Street;

 

AND WHEREAS the application has been circulated to City staff through the Site Plan Control process as file D07-12-05-0162, and no technical or safety concerns were expressed with respect to the private approach;

 

AND WHEREAS projected peak hour vehicle volumes are 30 vehicles per hour with volumes substantially less during all other hours of the day and thus the private approach is not expected to compromise the operation of the adjacent Slater/Kent Street intersection;

 

AND WHEREAS Slater Street is a one-way eastbound, and has sufficient distance from Lyon Street, thus making the potential for inbound queues is negligible;

 

AND WHEREAS the 15 metre easterly shift of the ramp will increase the offset from the adjacent bus stop to the west thus improving sight lines for vehicles exiting the garage;

 

AND WHEREAS the primary function of the private approach is to accommodate right-in/right-out movements to the truck court and the secondary function is to serve as a an alternate exit to the Laurier Street exit for outbound pass-holders during the afternoon peak period;

 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that Provision 25 (l) of the Private Approach By-law 2003-447 be waived to permit the existing private approach on Slater Street serving 180 Kent Street to be relocated approximately 30 metres from the Kent Street street line.

 

                                                                                      CARRIED

 

MOTION NO. 10/23

 

Moved by Councillor C. Leadman

Seconded by Councillor M. McRae

 

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

 

WHEREAS on 14 December 2006, Ottawa City Council considered and approved a recommendation from the Nominating Committee, which recommended the appointment of Mayor O’Brien to the Congress Centre Board of Directors and directed that the 2 remaining City of Ottawa seats on the Congress Centre Board of Directors be filled by “2 business leaders to be appointed through a public selection process”;

 

AND WHEREAS having reviewed the applications received through the public recruitment process and considered the matter further, the Selection Panel would like to recommend the appointment of 1 business leader and 1 Councillor to the Ottawa Congress Centre Board of Directors in addition to Mayor O’Brien;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council waive the rules of procedure to revisit its decision of 14 December 2006 and approve the following;

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Council approve the appointment of Councillor Georges Bédard and Mr. Cyril Leeder to fill the 2 remaining City of Ottawa seats on the Congress Centre Board of Directors for the balance of this term of Council.

 

                                                                                      CARRIED

 

Notices of Motion (For Consideration at Subsequent Meeting)

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor J. Harder

 

WHEREAS the existing MPAC tax assessment system is unpredictable and volatile; 

 

WHEREAS the changes in property taxes due to MPAC assessments often dwarf changes in the city’s budget;

 

WHEREAS the volatility of MPAC assessments forces many people on fixed incomes to sell their homes because the taxes they pay rise much faster than the rate of inflation;  

 

WHEREAS the cost of running the city and providing services is not being shared by all residents equitably as a result of the provincially mandated assessment system; 

 

WHEREAS the lifting of the freeze on tax assessments will make the potential for zero tax increases impossible to achieve real for a substantial portion of Ottawa;

 

WHEREAS the City of Ottawa must pay MPAC over $10 million a year and their annual “fee” has been rising beyond the rate of inflation even while assessments have been frozen.

 

WHEREAS the recent provincial budget announced that "Residents will be assessed once every four years.  In the case that their assessment rises, the increase will be spread over four years”;

 

WHEREAS the change announced will not address fundamental inequities, volatility or fairness;

 

WHEREAS reduction in assessment frequency does not come with an accompanying reduction in the cost of MPAC;

 

WHEREAS the four year timing of assessments will highlight problems closer to municipal elections and hence make them less evident during provincial elections;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa ask Queens Park to reconsider the fundamental nature of the assessment system and of MPAC’s legislated monopoly with an objective of introducing assessment reform which is predictable, fair and empowers municipalities rather than making them scapegoats.

 

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor M. Wilkinson

Seconded by Councillor S. Desroches

 

WHEREAS there is an increasing concern over the use of landfill sites situated in proximity to local communities; and

 

WHEREAS one way to extend the life of existing landfill sites while alternative ways of dealing with waste are explored is to find ways to re-use items that might otherwise be discarded in the garbage; and

 

WHEREAS the Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association held a successful Give-Away Day in 2006 where residents placed unwanted items at the curb for others to take; and

 

WHEREAS staff of the City of Ottawa agree that holding a City-wide Give-Away Day would be both a useful way to reduce waste going to landfill and a financial saving for the City of Ottawa; and

 

WHEREAS a Give-Away Day only requires information and publicity to be successful;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Ottawa support a City-wide Give-Away Day on June 23rd, 2007 with a rain date of June 24, 2007 where residents can clear out their unwanted items while benefiting others; and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that staff work with residents who have held successful Give-Away Days to develop the necessary information and publicity for the event; and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that staff provide an evaluation of this event with the objective of holding two Give-Away Days per year if the event is deemed successful.

 

 

By-laws                                                                                      Three Readings

MOTION NO 10/24

 

Moved by Councillor P. Feltmate

Seconded by Councillor M. Wilkinson

 

That the following by-laws be enacted and passed:

 

2007-103                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 333 of 1999 of the former City of Gloucester to change the zoning for part of the property known municipally as 4798 Bank Street.

 

2007-104                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to govern the proceedings of its Advisory Committees and to repeal By-law No. 2006-64.

 

2007-105                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2005-322 respecting certain fees and charges.

 

2007-106                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish fees and charges in the Building Services Branch for agency letters.

 

2007-107                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-69 respecting fees for compliance reports.

 

2007-108                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2005-303 respecting fees for view and release of building permits.

 

2007-109                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-446 respecting fees for encroachments.

 

2007-110                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-497 respecting permit fees for over-dimensional vehicles.

 

2007-111                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-447 respecting fees for private approaches.

 

2007-112                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law Number 191-95 of the old Corporation of the City of Ottawa respecting fees for the By Ward and Parkdale Markets.

 

2007-113                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-445 with respect to road cut fees.

 

2007-114                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-513 respecting sewer connection charges.

 

2007-115                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2005-145 respecting the fees for a civil marriage ceremony.

 

2007-116                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2003-77 respecting pet registration and pound redemption fees.

 

2007-117                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2006-300 respecting fees and charges for solid waste services.

 

2007-118                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2006-76 respecting fees and charges for Ottawa Fire Services.

 

2007-119                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2004-159 respecting fees and charges for inspections and file searches by Ottawa Fire Services.

 

2007-120                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2002-189 respecting the licensing, regulating and governing of Driving School Operators and Driving School Instructors.

 

2007-121                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to repeal By-law 34-87 of the Former Township of Goulbourn, designating the Fernbank School located at 5906 Fernbank Road to be of cultural heritage value or interest.

 

2007-122                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2007-101 respecting fees in the City Clerk’s Branch.