Town of Newmarket

Agenda

Council

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Council Chambers
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395 Mulock Drive
Newmarket, ON L3Y 4X7

Note: This Workshop dealt with the Development Charges Background Study.

    1. That the Council Workshop meeting Minutes of March 18, 2019 be received.
    1. That the Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes of March 18, 2019 be received and the recommendations noted within be adopted.
  • 1. That the deputation by Paulo Carvalho regarding an Amendment to Interim Control By-law 2019-04 be received.

  • Whereas Mr. Paulo Carvalho, owner of 257 Hodgson Drive in Newmarket, prepared to file an application for addition to his existing dwelling, just a few days after the interim bylaw was passed; and,

    Whereas his proposal is for an addition and not a new structure; and,

    Whereas Twenty four (24) signatures of property owners of neighbouring properties, signed a petition in support of the addition to 257 Hodgson Drive; 

    Therefore let it be resolved:

    2. That Council exempt the application of 257 Hodgson Drive from the Interim Control bylaw 2019-04.

    1. That the deputation by Robert Hansen regarding Construction Vibration Issues be received.
    1. That the presentation regarding the 2018 Annual Water Quality Summary Report be received; and,
    2. That the report entitled Development & Infrastructure Services – Public Works Services Report dated March 18, 2019 be received; and,
    3. That members of the public be directed to view any documents referenced herein as attached (where applicable), online at newmarket.ca, by request at the customer service counter, 395 Mulock Drive, as well as at the Newmarket Operations Centre, 1275 Maple Hill Court; and,
    4. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled Construction Vibration issues dated March 18, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That staff require vibration impact assessments as part of a complete application for development proposals; and,
    3. That Council endorse the proposed notice and complaint process identified in this report; and,
    4. That staff investigate options for existing sites where construction activity will cause significant vibrations; and,
    5. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled Community Improvement Plan Partnerships dated March 18, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That staff be directed to begin the process to amend the Official Plan substantially as presented in Attachment 1 to authorize the Town to participate in Community Improvement Plans implemented by the Regional Municipality of York and to bring such an amendment to a statutory public meeting as required by the Planning Act; and,
    3. That following the public meeting, that comments from the public, Committee, and those received through the agency and departmental circulation of the application, be addressed by staff in a comprehensive report to the Committee of the Whole, if required; and,
    4. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled 1015-1029 Davis Drive Application dated March 18, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That the application be referred to a statutory public meeting as required by the Planning Act; and,
    3. That following the public meeting, issues identified in this Report, together with comments of the public, Committee, and those received through the agency and departmental circulation of the application, be addressed by staff in a comprehensive report to the Committee of the Whole, if required; and,
    4. That Ryan Guetter, Weston Consulting, of 201 Millway Avenue, Suite 19, Vaughan, ON L4K 5K8 be notified of this action; and,
    5. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled Oracle Licenses – Non-Competitive Acquisition dated March 3, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That a non-competitive acquisition for Oracle Licences and Annual Support and Maintenance to Oracle Canada, ULC for a period of five (5) years, commencing in 2019, for an estimated amount of $1,200,000.00 be approved; and,
    3. That the non-competitive provisions of the Procurement Bylaw, specifically Section 13.6, Subsection (iii), as well as the Limited Tendering provisions of the applicable trade treaties, as described below, be considered in support of this acquisition; and,
    4. That the Director, Information Technology Services and the Manager, Procurement Services be authorized to execute all required documentation; and,
    5. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the Appointment Committee Meeting Minutes of January 17, 2019 be received.
    1. That the Main Street District Business Improvement Area Board of Management Meeting Minutes of September 18, 2018 be received.
    1. That the presentation regarding application for Site Plan Approval for File Number D-11-NP-18-21 be received; and,
    2. That staff be directed to continue the technical review of the application to ensure conformity with the Zoning By-law, Official Plan, and all other applicable policies; and,
    3. That the staff comments as provided in the "Notes to Committee" dated March 4, 2019 be addressed to the satisfaction of staff; and,
    4. That staff be directed to ensure full consideration is given to all comments provided by Committee, including exploration of all opportunities for visitor parking; and,
    5. That Joanne Barnett, Marianneville Developments Limited, 3-26 Lesmill Road, Toronto ON M3B 2T5 be notified of this action; and,
    6. That Kerigan Kelly, Groundswell Urban Planners Inc., 95 Mural Street, Suite 402, Richmond Hill ON L4B 3G2 be notified of this action.
    1. That the presentation regarding Proposed Regulations for Smoking By-law be received; and,
    2. That the report entitled Proposed Regulations for Smoking By-law dated March 18, 2019 be received; and,
    3. That Staff be directed to compile a list of key questions that relate to the options for public consultation; and,
    4. That Staff be directed to conduct community consultation for a period of no less than 30 days on Council’s proposed regulations for smoking in the Town of Newmarket; and,
    5. That Staff be directed to report back with proposed amendments to the Town’s Smoking By-law after the community consultation period has ended; and,
    6. That Council repeal Odour By-law 2002-111; and,
    7. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That items 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 of the draft Appointment Committee (Closed Session) Minutes of March 1, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That the individuals identified in items 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 of the draft Appointment Committee (Closed Session) Minutes of March 1, 2019 be appointed to the Accessibility Advisory Committee, Appeal Committee, Committee of Adjustment, Elman W. Campbell Museum Board and Property Standards Committee; and,
    3. That the applicants be notified of their appointments; and,
    4. That staff be directed and authorized to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

2019-15 A By-law to appoint a Chief Administrative Officer for the Corporation of the Town of Newmarket (Jagdeep Sharma)

2019-16 A By-law to grant a site specific exemption for the property with the Municipal address of 257 Hodgson Drive, Newmarket, from Interim Control By-law 2019-04.

2019-17 A Bylaw to exempt certain lands from the Part Lot Control Provisions of the Planning Act. (1209104 Ontario Limited, Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 29 and 30, Plan 65m-4523).

2019-18 A By-law to repeal Odour By-law 2002-111.

    1. That By-laws 2019-15, 2019-16, 2019-17 and 2019-18 be enacted.

12.

  • Whereas climate change is the biggest environmental threat to our planet and a major concern for all Canadians; and,

    Whereas at exactly 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, 2019, major cities around the world will turn off their lights and electrical power for one hour to raise awareness about climate change and to symbolize that, working together, the people of the world can make a difference in the fight against global warming; and,

    Whereas the event, called “Earth Hour”, began in Sydney, Australia in 2007 as 2.2 million people turned off their lights to take a stand against climate change; and,

    Whereas since then, it has become an annual, globally-observed event; and,

    Whereas participating in Earth Hour sends a powerful message to every citizen and business around the world that it’s possible to take action on climate change and that switching off our lights and electrical power is just one simple action we can take to help make a difference; and,

    Whereas in the last several years, Newmarket has continued to be a leader in this effort, with one of the highest rates of reduction in electricity consumption in the GTA; and,

    Therefore be it enacted by the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the Town of Newmarket as follows:

    1. That at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, 2019, the Corporation of the Town of Newmarket will join other cities around the world in literally “turning out the lights” by shutting off all non-essential lighting and power in all of its facilities, where feasible, and without jeopardizing safety, for one full hour; and,
    2. That participation in Earth Hour by the Corporation of the Town of Newmarket will be widely promoted and publicized in order to raise awareness about this important issue and in order to encourage every individual, household and business in town to join in by turning off their lights and electrical power for one hour at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, 2019 wherever possible to safely to so; and,
    3. That a copy of this Resolution will be forwarded to every municipality in the GTA.

Personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees, as per Section 239 (2) (b) of the Municipal Act, 2001.

    1. That in accordance with subsection 239(2)(b) Council resolve into closed session to consider:
      • Personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees [Appointments to Accessibility Advisory Committee, Appeal Committee, Committee of Adjustment, Elman W. Campbell Museum Board and Property Standards Committee]

2019-19 A By-law to Confirm the Proceedings of the March 25, 2019 Council meeting

    1. That By-law 2019-19 be enacted.
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