Ottawa bw

 

OTTAWA CITY COUNCIL

22 September 2010

ANDREW S. HAYDON HALL

10:00 a.m.

 

AGENDA 97

 

 

1.       Prayer

 

 

2.                 National Anthem (Councillor R. Jellett)

 

 

3.                 Announcements/Ceremonial Activities

 

·                     Presentation – Governor General’s Certificate to Mr. Jeron Poirier

·                     Recognition – Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month

 

 

4.       Roll Call

 

 

5.       Confirmation of Minutes

 

Confirmation of the Minutes of the regular meeting of 8 September 2010.

 

 

6.       Declarations of interest including those originally arising from prior meetings

 

 

7.       Communications

 

 

Responses to Inquiries:

·         27-10 - Ontario Heritage Trust Heritage Easement Agreement for the Aberdeen Pavilion

 

·         Correspondence received from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Industry with respect to the 2011 Census.

 

8.       Regrets

 

No regrets filed to date.

 

 

9.       Motion to Introduce Reports

(Councillors R. Bloess and M. McRae)

 

CITY CLERK AND SOLICITOR

 

 

STATUS UPDATE – COUNCIL INQUIRIES AND MOTIONS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING 8 SEPTEMBER 2010

 

RAPPORT DE SITUATION – DEMANDES DE RENSEIGNEMENTS ET MOTIONS DU CONSEIL POUR LA PÉRIODE SE TERMINANT LE 8 septembre 2010

 

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council receive this report for information.

 

 

DEPUTY CITY MANAGER, INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES AND COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY’S REPORT

 

 

 

INFRASTRUCTURE STIMULUS FUND PROGRAM - ADDITIONAL PROJECTS FUNDED BY RECYCLING OF SURPLUS FUNDS - COUNCILLOR REQUESTED PROJECTS

 

PROGRAMME DU FONDS DE STIMULATION INFRASTRUCTURE – PROJETS SUPPLÉMENTAIRES FINANCÉS PAR LE RÉINVESTISSEMENT DE FONDS EXCÉDENTAIRES – IDENTIFIÉS PAR LES CONSEILLERS

 

 

REPORT RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council, at its meeting of 22 September 2010:

 

1)                  Approve the list of additional Infrastructure Stimulus Fund (ISF) projects as detailed in Document 1, which can be completed by 31 March 2011 and will be funded by recycling of surplus funds from delivery of the ISF projects that were approved by the Federal and Provincial Governments on 5 June 2009;

 

2)                  Direct staff to finalize the official funding request for the additional projects as detailed on Document 1, and to initiate the projects as soon as approval of the funding requests has been received;

 

3)                  Direct the City Treasurer to increase the City’s debt authority by $447,000 as an interim financing measure and to report back with the identification of the sources of funding for the City’s share of the projects for Council approval; and

 

4)                  Receive the list of additional Infrastructure Stimulus Fund (ISF) projects as detailed in Document 2, and direct staff to report back to Corporate Services Committee and Council, should an extension of the ISF completion deadline to 31 December 2011 be approved by the Federal and Provincial governments.

 

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 56A

 

 

1.            comprehensive zoning by-law 2008-250:  anomalies
and minor corrections – third quarter 2010, rural area

 

                  RÈGLEMENT DE ZONAGE GÉNÉRAL 2008-250 :  ANOMALIES ET
CORRECTIONS MINEURES – troisiÈme TRIMESTRE 2010, SECTEUR rurale

 

 

Committee recommendationS AS AMENDED

 

(This matter is Subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve the amendments recommended in Column 3 of Document 1 a, to correct anomalies in Zoning By-law 2008-250, as further amended by the following:

 

Deleting the text in Column III of Document 2, regarding the property located at 4497 O’Keefe Court, and replacing it with,

 

“ Amend Section 240, Exception [401r] as follows:

 

1.         Add the following uses to Column III – Additional Land Uses Permitted:

–artist studio, -bank, -hotel, -office, -place of assembly limited to a convention facility, -production studio, -recreational and athletic facility, -research and development centre, -technology industry

 

2.         Delete the following uses from Column IV – Land Uses Prohibited:

-bank, -hotel, -office, -place of assembly limited to a convention facility, -recreational and athletic facility

 

3.           Add the following words to Column IV after the words “light industrial use”, “limited to the manufacturing or assembly of small products”

 

4.         Add the following provisions to Column V – Provisions, “- any single warehouse use may occupy up to a maximum of 50% of the gross floor area of a building,  - more than one warehouse use is permitted in a building, - accessory display and sales area:  i) must be within the same building as the use to which it is accessory, and, ii) may occupy a maximum of 15%, or  in the case of large appliances, 30% of the gross floor area of the warehouse use to which it is accessory,  -display and sales to the public is only permitted in the display and sales area”

 

5.         Replace the word “buffer” with the word “area” in Column V

 

6.         Add the words “designation of the Secondary Plan of South Nepean Urban Areas 9 & 10” after the words “Prestige Business Park” in Column V, and;

 

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

 

 

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT 57

 

 

1.             UPPER FLOWING CREEK MUNICIPAL DRAIN

 

INSTALLATIONS MUNICIPALES DE DRAINAGE UPPER FLOWING CREEK

 

 

Committee meeting information

 

Note:   Committee has met four times on this matter:

·         27 May (original meeting; decision deferred to allow for additional discussion with affected residents to try to achieve workable solution);

·         08 July (further deferred as time was insufficient);

·         26 August (again deferred to ‘Special’ meeting of ARAC); and

·         7 September, 2010 (potential resolution).

 

Delegations:   Approx. 20-25 delegation spoke to this item (on different occasions throughout four meetings, some on more than one occasion), mostly opposed to having to pay fees that, to 25 May had already risen to $1.2M (residents’ portion of proposed drainage works); originally told cost would be in the range of $250k. 

 

Debate:           Overall, 2-3 hours’ worth of discussion/debate by Committee, not including presentations by Drainage Engineer and presentations by members of public.  Overall meeting time over four meetings; approx 7-8 hours (including debate).

 

Vote:               The final decision was “Carried” unanimously, by Committee at its meeting of 7 September 2010. 

 

Position of Ward Councillor: Councillor Brooks (21 – Rideau-Goulbourn) in support of the solution presented to allow applicants to withdraw and not be liable for $381,000.00 expense, with acknowledgement that costs escalated beyond what residents were led to expect at outset of process. 

 

Committee Recommendation AS AMENDED

 

WHEREAS, the majority of the original petitioners who signed the original petition for the Upper Flowing Creek Municipal Drain have signed a letter requesting the City to cancel the drainage works project described in the Engineer’s Report dated March 2010,

 

AND WHEREAS, the expenses in connection with the petition and the Engineer’s Report to date are approximately $381,000;

 

AND WHEREAS, the cost of the drainage works, as described in the Engineer’s Report, is $1,640,000 of which $1,200,000 is to be assessed to the landowners within the watershed and $440,000 to the City;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council settle the petitioners’ liability under the Drainage Act for the sum of $0.00, on the condition that the petition does not, at the end of the Council meeting to consider the Engineer’s Report, contain a sufficient number of names to comply with Section 4 of the Drainage Act.

 

 


COMMUNITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT 59

 

 

1.         School Travel Planning Program -
request for Provincial Support and Funding

 

Demande de soutien et de financement auprès de la province
pour le programme de Planification du transport scolaire

 

 

 

Committee RecommendationS

 

That Council:

 

1.         Approve that the City of Ottawa request that the Province of Ontario make this initiative a priority for the school children of the Province and commit for providing support and funding for a Provincial School Travel Planning Program, and;

 

2.         Recommend that the Ontario Government adopt the recommendation contained in the Green Communities Canada’s “Saving Time and Money with Active School Travel” report.

 

 

 

2.         FEDERAL BILL C-304 - AN ACT TO ENSURE SECURE, ADEQUATE,
ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR CANADIANS

 

PROJET DE LOI FÉDÉRAL C-304 - LOI VISANT À ASSURER AUX
CANADIENS UN LOGEMENT SÛR, ADÉQUAT, ACCESSIBLE ET ABORDABLE

 

 

 

Committee RecommendationS as amended

 

That City Council support, in principle, Bill C-304, and notify the Federal Government, Opposition House Leaders and Local Area MPPs of this support, to include the following:

 

·         have at its core a commitment to ongoing, sustainable funding for adequate, safe, secure affordable housing for Canadians of all income levels;

·         include funding for a wide range of supports for people with complex needs to obtain and maintain their housing, and;

·         be integrated with a strategy to end homelessness.

 

 

 

6.             FAMILY HEALTH TEAMS

 

ÉQUIPES SANTÉ FAMILIALE

 

 

 

Committee Recommendation

 

That Council call on the Provincial Government to establish one of its 30 new Family Health Teams at Algonquin College.

 

 

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT 76

 

 

4.            OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING - 100 CHAMPAGNE AVENUE SOUTH

 

                  MODIFICATION DU PLAN OFFICIEL ET ZONAGE - 100, AVENUE CHAMPAGNE SUD

 

 

Committee meeting information

 

Delegations:    Two delegations spoke to this item, one in support, one in opposition.

Debate:            Approximately one hour was spent in discussion and debate on this item.

Vote:               The item was carried on a vote of 7 to 1

Position of Ward Councillor:  Councillor Leadman did not support the report recommendations.

 

Committee recommendationS

 

(This matter is Subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council:

 

1.                  Approve and adopt an amendment to the Official Plan Volume 2A: Secondary Plans for the Preston-Champagne Secondary Plan to re-designate 100 Champagne Avenue South from “Residential Low Profile” to “Residential High Profile”, as detailed in Document 2; and

 

2.                  Approve an amendment to Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 100 Champagne Avenue South from R4M (Residential Fourth Density Subzone M) to R5P Sxxx (Residential Fifth Density Subzone P, Schedule xxx) zone as detailed in Document 3, and shown in Document 4.

 

 


 

 

5.            Zoning – LansdownE Park (Lansdowne Partnership Plan)

 

                  ZONAGE – PARC LANSDOWNE (PLAN DE PARTENARIAT POUR LE PARC LANSDOWNE)

 

 

Committee meeting information

 

Delegations:    22 delegations spoke to this item, in opposition to the report recommendations.

Debate:            Approximately five hours were spent in discussion and debate on this item.

Vote:               The item was carried, as amended, on a vote of 5 to 4

Position of Ward Councillor:  Councillor Doucet did not support the report recommendations.

 

Committee recommendationS as amended

 

(This matter is Subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve:

 

1.                  An amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250 to establish a new L2, Major Leisure Facility Subzone to be known as “L2C Subzone – Lansdowne” and to change the zoning for Lansdowne Park shown as Area A on  Document 1, from  L2[338]F(1.5), Major Leisure Facility exception zone to L2C[338]SXXX-h, Major Leisure Facility Subzone exception zone with a Schedule and holding symbol, to accommodate the Lansdowne Partnership Plan as detailed in Document 2, subject to the following amendment:

a.         That the maximum height permitted for the Horticulture Building, once relocated, should be identical to its current height and that it be a requirement that the historic overlay also move with the building.

 

2.                  An amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of the Lansdowne Community Park shown as Area B on Document 1 from L2[338] F(1.5) to L2 F(1.5), subject to the following amendments:

a.      That  the portion of area B identified as the Lansdowne Community Park be rezoned from L2(338) F(1.5) to L1

b.      That the maximum permitted building heights in the Urban Park be limited to 2 stories (6m).

 

 


 

 

6.            ZONING – 100, 300 and 645 Longfields drive

 

zonage – 100, 300 et 645, promenade longfields

 

 

Committee recommendationS as amended

 

(This matter is Subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve an amendment to the Zoning By-law 2008-250 to change the zoning of 100, 300 and 645 Longfields Drive, as shown on Document 2 and as detailed in Document 4, as amended by adding the following provisions to Item 1 of Document 4:

 

Section 239, Exception 1650 amended as follows:

In Column V Provisions, insert the following:

The provisions for detached dwellings are:

- minimum lot width: 12m

- minimum lot area: 300 m2

- minimum front yard setback: 3m

- minimum interior side yard setback: 0.6m

- minimum corner side yard setback: 3m

- maximum lot coverage: 60%

- minimum rear yard setback:  6 m

- maximum building height:  11 m

-  minimum front yard – attached single car garage: 6m from main elevation of dwelling

- minimum front yard – attached two car garage: 3m from main elevation of dwelling for first garage, and 6m from main elevation for second garage

- unenclosed covered porch may project 2 m into front yard as long as the steps attached come no closer than .5 m to the property line

 

The provisions for semi-detached dwellings are:

- minimum lot width: 9m

- minimum lot area: 270m2

- maximum lot coverage: 60%

- minimum front yard setback: 3m

- minimum interior side yard setback: 0.6m

- minimum corner side yard setback: 3m

- minimum rear yard setback: 6m

- maximum building height:  11m

- minimum front yard – attached single car garage: 6m from main elevation of dwelling

- unenclosed covered porch may project 2m into front yard as long as the steps attached come no closer than 0.5m to the property line

 

That pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given.

 

 

 

8.            comprehensive zoning by-law 2008-250: anomalies and minor corrections – third quarter 2010, urban area (REVISED)

 

                  RÈGLEMENT DE ZONAGE GÉNÉRAL 2008-250 : ANOMALIES ET CORRECTIONS MINEURES – troisiÈme TRIMESTRE 2010, SECTEUR URBAIN (RÉVISÉ)

 

 

Committee recommendationS as amended

 

(This matter is Subject to Bill 51)

 

That Council approve the amendments recommended in Column 3 of Documents 1 and 2, to correct anomalies in Zoning By-law 2008-250, as amended by:

 

1.      adding the following item to Document 1, regarding the property located at 429-435 (odd numbers only) Haileybury Street, 681-695 (odd numbers only) Paul Metivier Drive, part of 125 Bren Maur Road,

 

Item

Objective of Amendment

Proposed Amendment

Zoning Map Corrections

 

Lands located at 429-435 (odd numbers only) Haileybury Street; 681-695 (odd numbers only) Paul Metivier Drive; part of 125 Bren Maur Road

 

 

 

Ward 22

By-law 2007-171 amended the former Nepean Zoning By-law 100-2000 to permit the development of a residential subdivision. The subdivision plan received draft approval and was registered after the zoning amendment was approved.  The zoning in the former Nepean Zoning By-law 100-2000 and By-law 2008-250 does not reflect the approved land uses as shown in the registered Plan of Subdivision.

Amend the Zoning Map, to rezone the subject lands, as shown in Document 4, from O1 to R3Z.

 

 

 

 

2.      Adding the attached zoning/location map to Document 4.

 

That pursuant to the Planning Act, subsection 34(17) no further notice be given.

 

 

10.     Bulk Consent Agenda

 

That Council approve the Bulk Consent Agenda attached as Document 1.

 

 

11.      Disposition of Items Approved by Standing Committees Under Delegated Authority

 

That Council receive the list of items approved by its Standing Committees under Delegated Authority, attached as Document 2.

 

 

12.     Motion to Adopt Reports

(Councillors R. Bloess and M. McRae)

 

 

13.     Motions of Which Notice has been Given Previously

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor R. Chiarelli

Seconded by Councillor A. Cullen

 

WHEREAS the Ottawa West Golden Knights Junior B hockey team has been operating out of the Bob Rosebrook Team Room and associated offices of the Barbara Ann Scott Arena at the Pinecrest Recreation Complex for over 30 years; and

 

WHEREAS the Ottawa West Golden Knights Junior B hockey team has engaged in a number of important community programs and contributed financially to significant improvements to the Barbara Ann Scott Arena including the purchase of new television sets;

  

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that from this point going forward the Ottawa West Golden Knights Junior B hockey team receive a commitment from the City Council that they may continue to use the Bob Rosebrook Team Room and associated offices on game nights, including play offs, and sell alcohol on regular game nights and during the play off season from 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm given that they post in plain site a copy of the special occasions and alcohol permit; 

 

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the applicable hourly rental fee for the Bob Rosebrook Team Room be waived for the Ottawa West Golden Knights for each of the regular season and playoff game nights.

 

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor G. Brooks

Seconded by Councillor D. Thompson

 

Whereas in 1992 the former Township of Rideau established a trust fund for the management of the bequest of the late Elizabeth Jane Georgina Falls, the Georgina Falls Memorial Trust Fund, pursuant to By-law No. 85-92 (the “Trust Fund”);

 

And Whereas the Trust Fund is to be used for the operation of the Rideau Township Arena including improvements to Centennial Park;

 

And Whereas the Council of the former Township of Rideau was to decide on the actual expenditures

 

And Whereas pursuant to the City of Ottawa Act, 1999, the Township amalgamated with other area municipalities and the former Region to form the City of Ottawa in 2001;

 

And Whereas City Council in 2003 approved the establishment of an advisory committee to develop further requests for funding;

 

And Whereas this Committee was to be comprised of the legal counsel of the Trust Fund and one representative of the Manotick Community Association and the Kiwanis, Kinsmen, Lions Club;

 

And Whereas the two organizations no longer exist in their original form and the legal counsel is no longer managing the Trust Fund;

 

And Whereas there has been a request by the Parks and Pathways Committee of the Manotick Village and Community Association to allocate $7,500 from the Trust Fund to the Centennial Park Pathway Project;

 

And Whereas the current balance of the Trust Fund is $80,935;

 

And Whereas this request will comply with the stipulation in By-law No. 85-92 that the value of the Trust Fund not be reduced below the original bequest of $65,628.00;

 

Now Therefore be it resolved that Council approve a grant to the Manotick Village and Community Association of $7,500.00 for the Centennial Park Pathways Project.

 

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor G. Brooks

Seconded by Councillor D. Thompson

 

WHEREAS the standard City protocol with respect to the deferral of development charges is, in respect of any building, to permit the deferral to the earlier of 12 months from the issuance of the building permit or the sale of the property;

 

AND WHEREAS with a standard residential dwelling when a closing occurs, the full value of the land and building is received by the Vendor, thereby enabling the payment of the deferred development charges;

 

AND WHEREAS Hyde Park Residences is a seniors development whose tenure for residents is based upon a life-lease format;

 

AND WHEREAS therefore as each life-lease is entered into, only a small portion of the value of the building and land is received;

 

AND WHEREAS it is therefore appropriate, in encouraging this form of development, to permit a longer period for the deferral of development charges;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Hyde Park Residences be permitted to defer its development charges to a maximum of twenty-four months from the issuance of a building permit, subject to entering into a deferral agreement in a form satisfactory to the City Clerk and Solicitor.

 

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor J. Legendre

 

WHEREAS the Zoning - Lansdowne Park (Lansdowne Partnership Plan) report is scheduled to be tabled at Planning and Environment Committee (PEC) on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 and considered by Council on Wednesday, September 22, 2010; and

 

WHEREAS a 1994 City of Ottawa policy states that “when Council considers the disposal of parkland, no parkland shall be disposed except by approval of 2/3 of the full Council”; and

 


WHEREAS Sylvia Holden Park has been approved by City Council for future park dedication as per the 1994 report cited above which states:   “The City of Ottawa currently has an inventory of approximately 184 parks, 104 of which have been dedicated by by-law for park or recreational purposes, and 80 parks which have been approved by City Council for future park dedication…It is the inventory of 184 dedicated parks and parks which have been approved for dedication that the proposed new Policy serves to protect”; and

 

WHEREAS the rezoning of Lansdowne Park assumes the complete loss of Sylvia Holden Park (0.46 ha) which was named on December 21, 1994 and is situated at the corner of Bank Street and Holmwood Avenue with a street address of 945 Bank Street; and

 

WHEREAS, since 1994, Sylvia Holden Park has been enjoyed as parkland and always referred to as such by the local community and the City Parks Department, and is listed as a park in the City of Ottawa Park Inventory Report; and

 

WHEREAS the disposal (lease longer than 5 years) of an entire City owned park for development purposes is extremely unusual and may be unprecedented; and

 

WHEREAS PEC and Council should delay the rezoning of Lansdowne Park until this outstanding policy question is clarified; and

 

WHEREAS, it is reasonable to believe that the policy should still apply within the boundaries of the old City of Ottawa which includes the Glebe;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council be required to receive and consider the opinion of legal services on this policy and any resulting requirements for a 2/3 weighted vote of Council, prior to the consideration of the rezoning of Lansdowne Park at Council on September 22, 2010

 

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor C. Doucet

Seconded by Councillor C. Leadman

 

WHEREAS the sidewalk encroachment by-laws that enable patio or vendor use of spaces is a cumbersome, expensive and unnecessarily prolonged process; and

 

WHEREAS simplifying the process would enable a more efficient approach to the process by small businesses;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that staff be directed to prepare a flat fee schedule for small businesses that is based on the number of small tables (café style) and chairs requested, and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that staff be directed to prepare a small business flat fee schedule for vendors wishing to sell produce adjacent to their storefront from small stalls, and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that staff be directed to have a response to requests for sidewalk encroachment requests within 60 days of the request from an applicant.

 

MOTION

 

Moved by Councillor J. Harder

Seconded by Councillor E. El-Chantiry

 

WHEREAS on June 28, 2010 Council accepted a proposal from Shenkman Corporation (“Shenkman”) for the design, construction, operation and financing of an Exposition Hall facility and approved the provisions of a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) between the City and Shenkman;

 

AND WHEREAS the City Manager was also authorized by Council to negotiate and enter into, on behalf of the City, a Municipal Capital Facilities agreement with Shenkman for the design, construction, operation and financing of the Exposition Hall facility as outlined in the staff report and as set out more specifically in the provisions of the MOU;

 

AND WHEREAS the MOU between the City and Shenkman specified that the new Exposition Hall facility should be open for use by no later than January 1, 2012 so that the Trade and Consumer Show industry would not ‘go dark’ as a result of the construction planned for Lansdowne Park by Council’s approval of the Lansdowne Partnership Plan (“LPP”) on June 28, 2010;

 

AND WHEREAS the Traffic Impact Study for the project has subsequently been completed and indicates that there would be no significant traffic issues;

 

AND WHEREAS in the staff report that was approved by Council on June 28, 2010 major milestone assumptions were set out so as to achieve the facility opening of January 1, 2011, one of which was that Site Plan agreement would be obtained by November 16, 2010 to allow construction to proceed on November 17, 2010;

 

AND WHEREAS the 28 calendar day circulation period for site plan approval will not expire until September 22, 2010, with a further 7 working day period (i.e. October 1, 2010) for the Ward Councillor, in conjunction with Shenkman and City staff to attempt to finalize it;

 

AND WHEREAS Shenkman Corporation has advised City staff within the last week that it is essential for it to complete the preliminary engineering work (e.g. soil compaction, tree removal, ect.) by mid-October 2010 before the frost hits so the project will not lose the entire winter construction period;

 

AND WHEREAS the Memorandum of Understanding for the project that was approved by Council on June 28, 2010 provided, in part, in Section 9a) and b) that “... the City’s equity contribution [of] $8.5 million was to be provided in the form of a grant/loan ...” and that “the City’s equity contribution would be made on a “drawn down” basis as actual costs are incurred and invoiced by Shenkman and each “drawn down” amount shall not exceed the amount being drawn down from Shenkman’s equity contribution of $8.5 million”;

 

AND WHEREAS Shenkman’s current estimated costs to allow for completion of design and planning work, as well as site preparation work that total $1.4 million, are comprised of the following:

 

-          Architectural - $300,000

-          Planning - $150,000

-          Engineering - $200,000

-          Legal - $200,000

-          Site work - $550,000

 

AND WHEREAS the MOU as a whole contemplated that the City would fund 50% of the above costs though there was no specific provision in that regard and, further, that these costs would be lost by both the City and Shenkman should the necessary approvals not subsequently be obtained;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

 

1.      Authority for the determination of application for site plan approval for the Exposition Hall Facility be vested in Council should it not be approved on or before October 1, 2010 pursuant to delegated authority in favour of City staff with the concurrence of the Ward Councillor;

2.      A report on the application for site plan approval be submitted to the Planning and Environment Committee meeting of October 4th, 2010 for the receiving of delegations, consideration by Committee and recommendation to Council;

3.      The Rules of Procedure be waived, such that the report will rise to the Council meeting of October 6th, 2010; and,

4.      That the City’s 50% contribution of $700,000 to Shenkman Corporation’s current estimated costs to allow for completion of design and planning works as well as site preparation works be confirmed.

 

 

14.     Notices of Motion (For Consideration at Subsequent Meeting)

 

 

15.     Motion to Introduce By-laws                                                     Three Readings

(Councillors R. Bloess and M. McRae)

 

a)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to establish certain lands as common and public highway and assume it for public use (Corkery Road).

 

b)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2004-60 to appoint Municipal Law Enforcement Officers in accordance with private property parking enforcement.

 

c)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to designate certain lands at 296 Celtic Ridge Crescent and 400 and 401 Arncliffe Avenue as being exempt from Part Lot Control.

 

d)                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to impose special annual drainage rates upon lands in respect of which money is borrowed under the Tile Drainage Act.

 

e)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 58 of 1995 of the old Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton (Appointment of Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers By-law) for collection, removal and disposal of waste enforcement.

 

f)                   A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to amend technical anomalies and make minor corrections.

 

g)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to amend technical anomalies and make minor corrections.

 

h)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to amend technical anomalies and make minor corrections.

 

i)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to amend technical anomalies and make minor corrections.

 

j)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 100 Champagne Avenue South.

 

k)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend the Official Plan for the City of Ottawa to change the designation of the lands known municipally as 100 Champagne Avenue South.

 

l)                    A by-law of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands known municipally as 100, 300 and 645 Longfields Drive.

 

m)                A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of part of the lands known municipally as 940 Old Montreal Road.

 

n)                  A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to change the zoning of lands which are the subject of PEC Agenda 80, Item 5, Report Reference Number acs2010-ICS-PGM-0154.

 

o)                 A by-law of the City of Ottawa to amend By-law No. 2008-250 of the City of Ottawa to remove the holding symbol from the properties known municipally as 2781, 2791 & 2797 Baseline Road.

 

 

 

16.     Confirmation By-law (Councillors R. Bloess and M. McRae)

 

 

17.     Inquiries

 

 

18.     Adjournment  (Councillors R. Bloess and M. McRae)

 

 

 

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