Town of Newmarket

Agenda

Council

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Council Chambers
Municipal Offices
395 Mulock Drive
Newmarket, ON L3Y 4X7

Note: Additional items are marked by an asterisk*.

    1. That the Council Meeting Minutes of October 21, 2019 be approved.

Note: This workshop dealt with the Procedure By-law Review.

    1. That the Council Workshop meeting Minutes of October 28, 2019 be received.

Note: This meeting dealt with the Rate Supported Operating Budget & Capital Budget.

    1. That the Special Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes of October 28, 2019 be received and the recommendations noted within be adopted.
    1. That the presentation provided by the Director of Financial Services/Treasurer regarding the 2020 Rate-Supported Operating Budget and Capital Budget be received. 
    1. That the deputation provided by Sonya Reiter regarding the Old Main Street Tertiary Plan be received. 
    1. That the deputation provided by Trudy Baker regarding the Old Main Street Tertiary Plan be received. 
    1. That the deputation provided by Erin Cerenzia, Neighbourhood Network, and Kim Clark, Gazelle and Company, regarding Neighbourhood Network be received. 
    1. That the report entitled 2020 Preliminary Draft Rate-Supported Operating Budgets dated October 28, 2019 be received; and,

    2. That subject to any additional direction from Committee, that the proposed budgets be incorporated into the Draft Budgets to be presented to Committee of the Whole on November 25, 2019.

    1. That the report entitled 2020 Preliminary Draft Capital Budget dated October 28, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That subject to any additional direction from Committee, that the proposed budgets be incorporated into the Draft Budgets to be presented to Committee of the Whole on November 25, 2019; and,
    3. That Staff report to Council with additional information regarding items raised by Council in the capital decision packages.
    1. That the correspondence related to the 2020 Preliminary Draft Capital Budget be received. 
    1. That the Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes of November 4, 2019 be received and the recommendations noted within be adopted.
    1. That the deputation provided by David Kempton regarding Prioritizing Cycling Infrastructure on Mulock Drive be received. 
    1. That the report entitled Site Specific Exemption to Interim Control By-law 2019-04 for 178 Parkview Crescent dated November 4th, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That Council approve the requested site-specific exemption to Interim Control By-law 2019-04 for 178 Parkview Crescent and adopt the attached exemption by-law.
    1. That the report entitled Site Specific Exemption to Interim Control By-law 2019-04 for 844 Magnolia Avenue dated November 4th, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That Council approve the requested site-specific exemption to Interim Control By-law 2019-04 for 844 Magnolia Avenue and adopt the attached exemption by-law.
    1. That the report entitled Application for Zoning By-Law Amendment 247 and 251 Kathryn Crescent dated May 21, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That application for Zoning By-Law amendment, as submitted by Kariminejad Nobari, for lands on the north side of Kathryn Crescent, be denied; and,
    3. That Reza Hayati, Sunrise Constrade Corp., 7368 Yonge Street, Unit 210, Thornhill, L4J 8H9 be notified of this action.

Note: Report entitled Drew Residence: Reasons for Designation, Humber College, 2002 is attached for information purposes.

    1. That the report entitled Request for Demolition Permit - 1075 Gorham Street dated November 4, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That the subject property known as 1075 Gorham Street be Designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act; and,
    3. That Staff be authorized to publish and serve Council’s Notice of Intention to Designate as per the requirements of the Ontario Heritage Act; and,
    4. That if there are no objections to the designation in accordance with the provisions of the Ontario Heritage Act, Staff be authorized to place a designation by-law before Council for adoption; and,
    5. That if there are any objections in accordance with the provisions of the Ontario Heritage Act, the Clerk be directed to refer the proposed designation to the Ontario Conservation Review Board; and,
    6. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled Prioritizing Cycling Infrastructure on Mulock Drive dated November 4, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That the 5-year Active Transportation Implementation Plan now includes the Mulock MUP as a priority; and,
    3. That Staff proceed with a Feasibility Study and Design for the Mulock Drive multi-use path (MUP); and,
    4. That funding sources be sought from York Region, or from provincial and federal grant programs for the study, design and construction of the Mulock MUP; and,
    5. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled Electric Vehicle Charging Station Project – Notification of OPG Grant Partnership Submission dated November 4, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That Council supports Newmarket’s inclusion in Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) grant application to Natural Resources Canada’s Zero-Emissions Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) to apply for funding to purchase and install electric vehicle charging stations in public parking locations owned by the Town; and,
    3. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the report entitled Parking Enforcement Initiative – Pay It Forward Program dated November 4, 2019 be received; and,
    2. That Council approve Staff initiating a Pay It Forward Pilot Program to be applied to the Town of Newmarket CARE Fund (Creating Accessible Recreation for Everyone) in lieu of monetary fines for parking enforcement at various times throughout the year; and,
    3. That Staff report back to Council within 18 months; and,
    4. That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.
    1. That the Heritage Newmarket Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes of September 3, 2019 be received. 
    1. That the Appointment Committee Meeting Minutes of September 3, 2019 be received. 
    1. That the Appointment Committee Meeting (Closed Session) Minutes of September 3, 2019 be received.
    1. That the Main Street District Business Improvement Area Board of Management Meeting Minutes of September 18, 2019 be received. 
    1. That the Newmarket Public Library Board Meeting Minutes of September 18, 2019 be received.
    1. That the list of outstanding matters be received.
    1. That the petition regarding Traffic Calming Measures/Speed Mitigation at William Roe Boulevard and Dixon Boulevard be referred to Staff.
    1. That Council direct staff to work with Indigenous community members and organizations in Newmarket to create a land recognition statement to be permanently installed on the front of the Town Offices on National Indigenous Peoples Day 2020.
    1. That Council direct Staff to report back in 2020 regarding the best practices and options for improving the signage and markings on the Tom Taylor Trail system.  
  • That the Newmarket – Tay Power Distribution Ltd. Report of the President dated November 6, 2019 regarding the process for a director search for the board of directors of Newmarket – Tay Power Distribution (“NT Power”) be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

    Whereas the existing NT Power Board of Directors consists of four Non-Municipal appointees, the Mayor of Newmarket, the Mayor of Tay and the President of NT Power; and,

    Whereas a new strategic framework developed by NT Power in 2018 recommended that the Board of Directors be comprised of five Non-Municipal Directors, the Mayor of Newmarket and the Mayor of Tay; and,

    Whereas the Municipal Council of the Town of Newmarket and the Municipal Council of the Township of Tay approved the new composition of the NT Power Board of Directors in May of 2018; and,

    Whereas in accordance with Article 3 of the NT Power Shareholders Agreement, the NT Power Board of Directors (the “Board”), with input from the professional recruiting firm of Boydens has identified a list of candidates from which to select a nominee to be appointed as the fifth Non-Municipal Director at the next NT Power annual general meeting;

    Now therefore be it resolved by the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the Town of Newmarket as follows:

    1. That the Mayor, one Councillor to act as Committee Chair and one Councillor to act as a Committee member be appointed to an ad-hoc joint committee of the Councils of the Town of Newmarket and the Township of Tay (the “Joint Committee”) for the express purposes of considering the list of candidates for the fifth Non-Municipal Director.

2019-69 A By-law to amend Traffic By-law 2011-24 (Stop Signs - Knapton Drive and William Booth Avenue)
2019-70 A By-law To Exempt Certain Lands From The Part Lot Control Provisions Of The Planning Act (Marianneville Developments Limited) Blocks 121 and 122, Registered Plan 65M-4587
2019-71 A By-law to grant a site specific exemption from Interim Control By-law 2019-04 (178 Parkview Crescent)
2019-72 A By-law to grant a site specific exemption from Interim Control By-law 2019-04 (844 Magnolia Avenue)
2019-73 A By-law to amend Parking By-law 2019-63 (No Parking - Harry Walker Parkway).

    1. That By-laws 2019-69, 2019-70, 2019-71, 2019-72 and 2019-73 be enacted.

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2019-74 A By-law to Confirm the Proceedings of the November 11, 2019 Council meeting

    1. That By-law 2019-74 be enacted.
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