OPEN FORUM 6:45 P

The meeting of the Committee of the Whole was held on Monday, August 29, 2016 in Council Chambers, 395 Mulock Drive, Newmarket.

 

Members Present:

Mayor Van Bynen

Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

Councillor Vegh

Councillor Kerwin

Councillor Twinney

Councillor Hempen (1:30 to 6:49 p.m.)(7:00 to 7:01 p.m.)

Councillor Broome

Councillor Bisanz

NOTE – Vacant Ward 5 Council seat

 

 

Staff Present:

R. N. Shelton, Chief Administrative Officer

E. Armchuk, Commissioner of Corporate Services

I. McDougall, Commissioner of Community Services

P. Noehammer, Commissioner of Development and Infrastructure Services

A. Brouwer, Director of Legislative Services/Town Clerk

M. Mayes, Director of Financial Services/Treasurer

A. Mollicone, Senior Solicitor

R. Prudhomme, Director of Engineering Services

K. Reynar, Director of Legal Services/Town Solicitor

C. Service, Director of Recreation and Culture

C. Finnerty, Council/Committee Coordinator

 

The meeting was called to order at 1:30 p.m.

 

Mayor Van Bynen in the Chair.

 

Additions & Corrections to the Agenda

 

The Chief Administrative Officer advised of the addendum items, being presentation materials related to Item 1 of the agenda, a presentation by Mr. Ron Palmer, The Planning Partnership related to Item 6 of the agenda, being the proposed Parkland Dedication By-law, Development and Infrastructure Services - Engineering Services Report 2016-36 dated August 24, 2016 regarding Water Street Crossing - Update #4, correspondence from Big Brothers Big Sisters of York requesting proclamation of September, 2016 as 'Big Brother Big Sister' month, correspondence requesting that Riverwalk Commons be lit in red from September 5 to 9, 2016 in honour of Stand Up To Cancer, correspondence requesting deferral of Item 7 of the agenda, being the Coordinated Provincial Plans Review, presentation materials related to Item 9 of the agenda, being Ray Twinney LID and Lion's Park Drainage Update, a deputation related to Item 12 of the agenda, being potential regulation of driving school instructors and presentation materials related to Item 30 of the agenda, being the Water Street Crossing.  In addition, the Chief Administrative Officer advised that there are three matters for consideration in Closed Session, all related to potential acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality.  In addition, Mayor Van Bynen noted an administrative correction to Item 5 of the Agenda, being Joint Community Services and Corporate Services - Recreation and Culture and Financial Services Report 2016-25 dated August 16, 2016 regarding 2017 Recreation Rates and Fees as one of the pages in Schedule ‘A(11)’ to the report was duplicated. 

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Bisanz

 

 

THAT the addendum items be included on the agenda. 

 

Carried

 

Declarations of Pecuniary Interest

 

a)

Councillor Hempen declared an interest in Item 27 of the agenda, being a Closed Session matter related to a proposed acquisition of land by the municipality in Ward 4 as he owns property in the area.  He advised that he would not take part in the discussion or voting of the foregoing matter.

 

Deputations

 

1.

Mr. Sam Hindel, Leader Laminators Ltd. addressed the Committee requesting protection of his property from snow and refuse dumping, parking and water pooling.  He further requested that the adjacent property owners install concrete curbs in accordance with their site plan. 

 

Moved by:      Councillor Twinney

 

Seconded by: Councillor Vegh

 

 

THAT the deputation by Mr. Sam Hindel, Leader Laminators Ltd. regarding his property on Steven Court and related issues be received and referred to staff for any required follow-up and to prepare a summary of issues for Council’s information.    

 

Carried

 

 

 

 

Consent Items

 

Moved by:      Councillor Hempen

 

Seconded by: Councillor Twinney

 

 

THAT the following items be adopted by consent:

 

2.

Corporate Services Report - Financial Services 2016-37 dated August 18, 2016 regarding 2017 Fees and Charges - Overview.

 

a) THAT Corporate Services Report - Financial Services 2016-37 dated August 18, 2016 regarding 2017 Fees and Charges - Overview be received for information purposes.

 

3.

Joint Corporate Services Report - Legislative Services and Financial Services 2016-32 dated August 10, 2016 regarding 2017 User Fees and Charges - Licensing Fees.

 

a) THAT Joint Corporate Services Report - Legislative Services and Financial Services 2016-32 dated August 10, 2016 regarding 2017 User Fees and Charges - Licensing Fees be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the attached Schedule 'A' marked as the '2017 Legislative Services (Licensing) Fees and Charges' be approved and forwarded to Council for final adoption by by-law:

 

ii) AND THAT the fee adjustments come into full force and effect as of January 1, 2017.

 

4.

Development and Infrastructure Services - Planning and Building Services Report 2016-30 dated August 29, 2016 regarding Application for Zoning By-law Amendment - 507 Mulock Drive, Town of Newmarket, Gianni Kinno Developments Inc.

 

a) THAT Development and Infrastructure Services - Planning and Building Services Report 2016-30 dated August 29, 2016 regarding Application for Zoning By-law Amendment be received and the following recommendations be adopted: 

 

i) THAT the Application for Zoning By-law Amendment as submitted by Gianni Kinno Developments Inc. for lands municipally known as 507 Mulock Drive be referred to a public meeting;

 

ii) AND THAT following the public meeting, issues identified in this Report, together with 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;

 

iii) AND THAT Mr. Ryan Guetter, Weston Consulting, 201 Millway Avenue, Suite 19 Vaughan, ON L4K 5K8 be notified of this action.

 

5.

Corporate Services - Legislative Services Report 2016-15 dated August 12, 2016 regarding Ward 5 By-Election - Alternative Vote Method.

 

a) THAT Corporate Services - Legislative Services Report 2016-15 dated August 12, 2016 regarding Ward 5 By-Election - Alternative Vote Method be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT Council endorses the use of Optical Scan Vote Tabulators for the Ward 5 By-election and a by-law be brought forward to authorize the use of alternative voting equipment and an alternative voting method in accordance with Section 42 (1) (a) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996;

 

ii) AND THAT a by-law be enacted to include other languages in addition to English and French in order to relay election related information to the general public.

 

6.

Newmarket Public Library Board Minutes of May 18, 2016.

 

a) THAT the Newmarket Public Library Board Minutes of May 18, 2016 be received.

 

7.

Main Street District Business Improvement Area Board of Management Minutes of May 17 and June 21, 2016.

 

a) THAT the Main Street District Business Improvement Area Board of Management Minutes of May 17 and June 21, 2016 be received.

 

8.

Newmarket Downtown Development Committee Minutes of April 29, 2016.

 

a) THAT the Newmarket Downtown Development Committee Minutes of April 29, 2016 be received.

 

9.

Correspondence dated June 17, 2016 from Mr. James Papple, Chair, Teachers of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario requesting proclamation of November 20 to 26, 2016 as 'English as a Second Language Week'.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Mr. James Papple, Teachers of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim November 20 to 26, 2016 as 'English as a Second Language Week';

 

ii) AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website at www.newmarket.ca

 

10.

Correspondence dated July 20, 2016 from Ms. Mary Beatson, Executive Director, Bereaved Families of York Region requesting proclamation of 2016 as the 25th Anniversary of this organization serving our communities.   

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Ms. Mary Beatson, Bereaved Families of York Region be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim 2016 as the 25th Anniversary of Bereaved Families of York Region serving our communities;

 

ii) AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website www.newmarket.ca

 

11.

Correspondence dated July 20, 2016 from Ms. Stephanie Cole, Prostate Cancer Canada requesting proclamation of September, 2016 as 'Prostate Cancer Awareness Month'.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Ms. Stephanie Cole, Prostate Cancer Canada be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim September, 2016 as 'Prostate Cancer Awareness Month';

 

ii) AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website www.newmarket.ca

 

12.

Correspondence dated August 2, 2016 from Ms. Carolyn Demelo, Vice-President Public Relations, The Court of Blarney requesting proclamation of October, 2016 as 'Toastmasters Month' in the Town of Newmarket.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Ms. Carolyn Demelo be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

 

i)  THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim October, 2016 as 'Toastmasters Month';

 

ii)  AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website www.newmarket.ca

 

13.

Correspondence dated August 13, 2016 from Ms. Laurie Osborne requesting proclamation of September 12 to 18, 2016 as 'Terry Fox Week'.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Ms. Laurie Osborne be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim September 12 to 18, 2016 as 'Terry Fox Week';

 

ii) AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website www.newmarket.ca

 

14.

Correspondence dated August 15, 2016 from Ms. Laura Catone-Tarcea, Co-Chair, Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario requesting proclamation of November 21 to 25, 2016 as 'Family Dispute Resolution Week' in the Town of Newmarket.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Ms. Laura Catone-Tarcea, Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim November 21 to 25, 2016 as 'Family Dispute Resolution Week';

 

ii) AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website www.newmarket.ca

 

15.

List of Outstanding Matters.

 

a) THAT the List of Outstanding Matters be received.

 

16.

Correspondence dated August 23, 2016 from Ms. Rhonda Flanagan, Director of Resource Development, Big Brothers Big Sisters of York requesting proclamation of September, 2016 as 'Big Brother Big Sister' month in the Town of Newmarket.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Ms. Rhonda Flanagan, Big Brothers Big Sisters of York be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Town of Newmarket proclaim September, 2016 as 'Big Brother Big Sister' month;

 

ii) AND THAT the proclamation be advertised in the Town Page advertisement and on the Town's website www.newmarket.ca

 

17.

Correspondence dated August 23, 2016 from Mr. Adam Miller, Rubenstein Communications, requesting that Riverwalk Commons be lit in red from September 5 to 9, 2016 in honour of Stand Up To Cancer.

 

a) THAT the correspondence from Mr. Adam Miller, Rubenstein Communications be received and the following recommendation be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Riverwalk Commons be lit in red from September 5 to 9, 2016 in honour of Stand Up To Cancer.

 

Carried

 

18.

Ms. Victoria Curran addressed the Committee in support of staff’s recommendations regarding potential regulation of Driving School Instructors as there have been considerable nuisance and traffic blockages associated with driving school vehicles in the community.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Twinney

 

Seconded by: Councillor Kerwin

 

 

THAT the deputation by Ms. Victoria Curran regarding potential regulation of Driving School Instructors be received.

 

Carried

 

19.

Ms. Thelma Evenden addressed the Committee in support of staff’s recommendations regarding potential regulation of Driving School Instructors.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Twinney

 

 

THAT the deputation by Ms. Thelma Evenden regarding potential regulation of Driving School Instructors be received. 

 

Carried

 

 

 

 

20.

Corporate Services Report - Legislative Services 2016-17 dated August 12, 2016 regarding 'Potential Regulation of Driving School Instructors Operating in the Town of Newmarket'.

 

An alternate motion was presented and discussion ensued.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Twinney

 

Seconded by: Councillor Kerwin

 

 

a) THAT Corporate Services Report - Legislative Services 2016-17 dated August 12, 2016 regarding 'Potential Regulation of Driving School Instructor Operating in the Town of Newmarket' be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT staff host a Public Information Centre (PIC) in November, 2016 to seek Council, public and industry input on the potential regulation of driving school instructors operating in the Town of Newmarket;

 

ii) AND THAT staff continue to work with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and driving school instructors operating in the Town of Newmarket to mitigate traffic and perceived safety concerns raised by residents;

 

iii) AND THAT staff bring back a report in the first quarter of 2017 regarding the potential regulation of driving school instructors operating in the Town of Newmarket. 

 

Carried

 

Presentations & Recognitions

 

21.

The Financial Business Analyst and Mr. James Douglas, Owner, Util-Assist Inc. addressed the Committee with a PowerPoint presentation which provided an overview of the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project, including benefits, cost recovery mechanisms, partnerships with Newmarket-Tay Hydro, calendar billing and benchmarking and the project timeline.  Discussion ensued regarding the anticipated lifespan of the equipment and associated project costs.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Hempen

 

 

THAT the presentation by the Financial Business Analyst regarding the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Project be received.

 

Carried

 

 

 

22.

Joint Development and Infrastructure Services - Public Works Services and Corporate Services Report - Financial Services 2016-36 dated August 18, 2016 regarding Advanced Metering Infrastructure Update.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Hempen

 

 

a) THAT Joint Development and Infrastructure Services - Public Works Services and Corporate Services Report - Financial Services 2016-36 dated August 18, 2016 regarding Advanced Metering Infrastructure Update be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT authorization be given to continue the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Project as outlined in this report, within the limits of the previously approved Water Meter Replacement Program budget;

 

ii) AND THAT any request for additional funding for the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Project be submitted with the 2017 capital budget. 

 

Carried

 

23.

The Senior Planner – Policy addressed the Committee with an update on actions related to the Parkland Dedication By-law since the previous presentation to the Committee in June, 2016.  He introduced Mr. Ron Palmer, Principal, The Planning Partnership, who provided an overview of the proposed by-law and associated terminology and designations.  Mr. Palmer provided further rationale on reasons to deviate from the Planning Act’s prescribed parkland dedication requirements and why the proposed approach is appropriate.   Discussion ensued regarding removal of a cap over time, legal impediments and Ontario Municipal Board appeals. 

 

Moved by:      Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

Seconded by: Councillor Hempen

 

 

THAT the presentation by Mr. Ron Palmer, Principal, The Planning Partnership regarding the proposed Parkland Dedication By-law be received.

 

Carried

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24.

Joint Development and Infrastructure Services and Corporate Services - Planning and Building Services and Financial Services Report 2016-27 dated August 29, 2016 regarding Newmarket Parkland Dedication By-law and Marketing the Corridors.

 

Amendments to the staff recommendations were presented and discussion ensued. Staff will endeavor to provide final wording for incorporation into the by-law prior to its adoption.   

 

Moved by:      Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

Seconded by: Councillor Hempen

 

 

THAT the Parkland Dedication By-law include wording to reflect that the cap will be increased to 50% at the end of a three year period, or the provisions of the Planning Act, whichever is less. 

 

Carried

 

Moved by:      Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

Seconded by: Councillor Hempen

 

 

a) THAT the following motion be referred to Council:

 

THAT staff be directed to include language in the Parkland Dedication By-law indicating that the 25% cap is only available in the absence of an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board.

 

Carried

 

Moved by:      Councillor Hempen

 

Seconded by: Councillor Twinney

 

 

a) THAT Joint Development and Infrastructure Services and Corporate Services - Planning and Building Services and Financial Services Report 2016-27 dated August 29, 2016 regarding Newmarket Parkland Dedication By-law and Marketing the Corridors be received and the following recommendation be adopted:

 

i) THAT Council adopt the Parkland Dedication By-law for the Town of Newmarket, as contained in Attachment #1,  amended as follows:

 

1) to reflect that the cap will be increased to 50% at the end of a three year period, or the provisions of the Planning Act, whichever is less; and

 

ii) AND THAT the following motion be referred to Council:

 

1) THAT staff be directed to include language in the Parkland Dedication By-law indicating that the 25% cap is only available in the absence of an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board.

 

Carried

 

The Committee of the Whole recessed at 3:38 p.m.

 

The Committee of the Whole reconvened at 3:54 p.m.

 

25.

The Commissioner of Development and Infrastructure Services and the Director of Engineering Services addressed the Committee with a PowerPoint presentation which provided an overview of the Ray Twinney low impact development and Lion’s Park Drainage projects, including project rationale, background, costs and funding sources. 

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Broome

 

 

THAT the PowerPoint presentation by the Commissioner of Development and Infrastructure Services and the Director of Engineering Services regarding the Ray Twinney LID and Lion's Park Drainage Update be received.

 

Carried

 

26.

Development and Infrastructure Services - Engineering Services Report 2016-34 dated August 4, 2016 regarding Ray Twinney LID and Lion's Park Drainage Update.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Broome

 

 

a) THAT Development and Infrastructure Services – Engineering Services Report 2016-34 dated August 4, 2016 regarding “Ray Twinney LID and Lions Park Drainage Update” be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the Ray Twinney Low Impact Development Drainage Improvement budget be increased to $450,000 (from the original $350,000), with $150,000 of the total being funded by the LSRCA, an additional $100,000 being funded by Environment Canada, and $200,000 being funded by the Town’s Asset Replacement Fund;

 

 

 

 

 

ii) AND THAT the Lions Park Drainage Improvement budget be increased to $615,000 (from the original $304,000), with $171,000 being funded by grants from the LSRCA and Environment Canada, and $444,000 from the Asset Replacement Fund.

 

Carried

 

27.

The Commissioner of Development and Infrastructure Services and the Director of Engineering Services addressed the Committee with a PowerPoint presentation that provided an update on plans for the Water Street pedestrian crossing.   

 

Moved by:      Councillor Vegh

 

Seconded by: Councillor Bisanz

 

 

THAT the PowerPoint presentation by the Commissioner of Development and Infrastructure Services and the Director of Engineering Services regarding the Water Street Crossing be received.

 

Carried

 

28.

Development and Infrastructure Services - Engineering Services Report 2016-36 dated August 24, 2016 regarding Water Street Crossing - Update #4.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Vegh

 

Seconded by: Councillor Kerwin

 

 

a) THAT Development and Infrastructure Services Report - Engineering Services 2016-36 dated August 24, 2016 regarding Water Street Crossing – Update #4 be received.

 

Carried

 

29.

Joint Community Services and Corporate Services - Recreation and Culture and Financial Services Report 2016-25 dated August 16, 2016 regarding 2017 Recreation Rates and Fees.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Twinney

 

Seconded by: Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

 

a) THAT Joint Community Services and Corporate Services - Recreation and Culture and Financial Services Report 2016-25 dated August 16, 2016 regarding 2017 Recreation Rates and Fees be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

 

 

i) THAT the attached Schedules "A(1)" to "A(20)" marked as the Town of Newmarket Recreation & Culture Services Fees and Charges Schedules, be approved and adopted by by-law;

 

ii) AND THAT the fee adjustments come into full force and effect as of January 1, 2017.

 

Carried

 

30.

Development and Infrastructure Services Report - Planning and Building Services Report 2016-28 dated August 29, 2016 regarding Coordinated Provincial Plans Review.

 

An alternate motion was presented and discussion ensued. 

 

Moved by:      Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

Seconded by: Councillor Kerwin

 

 

a) THAT Development and Infrastructure Services Report - Planning and Building Services Report 2016-28 dated August 29, 2016 regarding Coordinated Provincial Plans Review be deferred to the September 26, 2016 Committee of the Whole meeting;

 

b) AND THAT the correspondence from Mr. Paul Bailey, Bazil Developments Inc. requesting deferral of Development and Infrastructure Services - Planning and Building Services Report 2016-28 regarding Coordinated Provincial Plans Review for one Committee of the Whole cycle be received. 

 

Carried

 

31.

Development and Infrastructure Services and Corporate Services (Financial Services) Joint Report - Engineering Services 2016-35 dated August 10, 2016 regarding Mosaik Park Development.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

 

a) THAT Development and Infrastructure Services and Corporate Services (Financial Services) Joint Report - Engineering Services 2016-35 dated August 10, 2016 regarding Mosaik Park Development be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT Council authorize early budget approval for the funding of $700,000.00 to develop the Mosaik Park;

 

 

 

ii) AND THAT the project be funded $450,000.00 from Development Charges and $250,000.00 from the Developer's Contribution.

 

Carried

 

32.

Correspondence dated July 11, 2016 from Mr. Nigel Bellchamber, Amberley Gavel Ltd. regarding Investigation of Closed Meeting of Council held on February 22, 2016.

 

Moved by:      Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

Seconded by: Councillor Bisanz

 

 

a) THAT the correspondence dated July 11, 2016 from Mr. Nigel Bellchamber, Amberley Gavel Ltd. regarding Investigation of Closed Meeting of Council held on February 22, 2016 be received for information. 

 

Carried

 

33.

Heritage Newmarket Advisory Committee Minutes of May 3, 2016.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Twinney

 

Seconded by: Councillor Broome

 

 

a) THAT the Heritage Newmarket Advisory Committee Minutes of May 3, 2016 be received.

 

Carried

 

Action Items

 

34.

Appointment of Council Member to Newmarket Public Library Board.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Kerwin

 

Seconded by: Councillor Vegh

 

 

THAT Councillor Twinney be appointed to the Newmarket Public Library Board.

 

Carried

 

Reports by Regional Representatives

 

None. 

 

 

 

Notices of Motion

 

None. 

 

Motions

 

None. 

 

New Business

 

a)

Councillor Kerwin advised of an upcoming Public Open House and Information Meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Community Centre & Lions Hall, 200 Doug Duncan Drive.  The meeting is regarding 751 and 757 Gorham Street and a portion of the closed Lydia Street road allowance and is being hosted by the developer. 

 

b)

Councillor Hempen advised that he has communicated with a business owner on Davis Drive who has indicated concern related to the impact of construction on his business.  He is seeking relief from the Sign By-law.  The Director of Legislative Services/Town Clerk advised that he would provide information on how to seek relief from the fees associated with the Sign By-law.   

 

c)

Councillor Twinney requested information on recently placed traffic calming signs and plans for future placement of the signs.  The Commissioner of Development & Infrastructure Services advised that there have been three recent installations as a pilot project at locations determined to have chronic speeding issues.  Staff are working with residents and Councillors to assess the impacts of the signs and if the program is effective, it will be run into the fall months. 

 

d)

Councillor Twinney advised that there has been a reported increase in coyote encounters and inquired what can be done to ensure that residents and pets remain safe.  The Director of Legislative Services/Town Clerk advised that staff are assessing signage and reviewing examples in other municipalities, along with issuing tips on how to avoid encounters.

 

Public Hearing Matters

 

None. 

 

The Committee of the Whole recessed at 6:00 p.m.

 

The Committee of the Whole reconvened at 6:17 p.m.

 

Closed Session

 

35.

A proposed or pending acquisition of land by the municipality as per Section 239 (2) (c) of the Municipal Act, 2001 with respect to Development and Infrastructure Services - Planning and Building Services (Closed Session) Report 2016-26 regarding a potential acquisition of land in Ward 4.

 

36.

A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality as per Section 239 (2) (c) of the Municipal Act, 2001 with respect to Office of the Chief Administrative Officer and Corporate Services - Legal Services Joint (Closed Session) Report 2016-07 dated August 3, 2016 regarding Strategic Priorities Properties Matters Update.

 

37.

A proposed or pending acquisition of land by the municipality as per Section 239 (2) (c) of the Municipal Act, 2001 with respect to Office of the Chief Administrative Officer and Corporate Services - Legal Services (Closed Session) Report 2016-08 dated August 9, 2016 regarding a Proposed Acquisition of Land by the Town in Ward 6.

 

Moved by:      Councillor Twinney

 

Seconded by: Councillor Kerwin

 

 

THAT the meeting convene into Closed Session for the purpose of discussing proposed or pending acquisitions of land by the municipality as per Section 239 (2) (c) of the Municipal Act, 2001

 

Carried

 

The Committee of the Whole resolved into Closed Session at 6:17 p.m.

 

The Committee of the Whole (Closed Session) Minutes are recorded under separate cover.

 

The Committee of the Whole resumed into Public Session at 7:01 p.m.

 

Adjournment

 

Moved by:      Councillor Hempen

 

Seconded by: Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Taylor

 

 

THAT the meeting adjourn.

 

Carried

 

 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:01 p.m.

 

 

Tony Van Bynen, Mayor

 

Andrew Brouwer, Town Clerk