OPEN FORUM 6:45 P

Open Forum

 

Public Notices (if required)

 

Additions & Corrections to the Agenda

 

 

Additional items to this Agenda are shown under the Addendum header.

 

Declarations of Pecuniary Interest

 

Presentations & Recognitions

 

1.

Mayor Van Bynen and Members of Council to present a framed proclamation to the Newmarket Minor Hockey Executive honouring their 60th Anniversary.

 

Ms. Lynda Carusi - President, Mr. Kevin Winsor - Vice-President (Rep), Mr. Dan Levesque - Vice-President (House League), Mr. Roy George - Vice-President (Rep Alternate) and Mr. John Hartley - Sponsorship will be in attendance.

 

WHEREAS for 60 years, children in the Town of Newmarket have been learning and playing the game of hockey;

 

AND WHEREAS the sport of hockey has grown significantly over these 60 years in our Town;

 

AND WHEREAS the game of hockey promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, healthy lifestyle and also develops players at all levels of the game;

 

AND THAT the achievements of the players and teams is attributable to the coaches, volunteers, referees and the Newmarket Minor Hockey Executive over the past 60 years;

 

AND THAT supports the statement that the outcome of the player is more important than the outcome of the game;

 

AND FURTHER THAT residents and businesses in Town of Newmarket are encouraged to continue to support Newmarket Minor Hockey Association;

 

 

AND THAT the Newmarket Minor Hockey Association be officially recognized for its significant contributions to the youth in our community - let's celebrate!

 

THEREFORE be if proclaimed that the year 2016 be officially recognized as 'Year of Newmarket Minor Hockey' in the Town of Newmarket.

p. 1

 

Deputations

 

2.

Ms. Erin Cerenzia, on behalf of the Newmarket Historical Society to address Council with a PowerPoint presentation entitled 'Out of the Trenches'.

p. 2

 

3.

Mr. John Dowson, Very Useful Theatre Company to address Council with a presentation regarding a reading of 'A Christmas Carol' fundraiser for the Newmarket Food Pantry.

p. 10

 

Approval of Minutes

 

4.

Council Minutes of November 14, 2016.

p. 12

 

Reports by Regional Representatives

 

Reports of Committees and Staff

 

5.

Council Workshop of November 14, 2016.

p. 27

 

6.

Council Workshop of November 21, 2016.

p. 30

 

7.

Committee of the Whole Minutes of November 21, 2016.

p. 33

 

8.

Committee of the Whole Minutes of November 28, 2016.

p. 36

 

By-laws

 

 

2016-61

A By-law to provide for the conveyance of land and cash-in-lieu thereof for park and other purposes.

p. 56

 

 

2016-62

A By-law to adopt Amendment Number 14 to the Town of Newmarket Official Plan.

p. 67

 

 

2016-63

A By-law to amend By-law Number 201-40, as amended, being a Zoning By-law (281 Main Street North)

p. 73

 

 

 

2016-64

A By-law to adopt fees and charges for services or activities provided by the Town of Newmarket. (Fees and Charges - All Departments - General Fees)

p. 77

 

 

2016-65

A By-law to adopt Fees and Charges for Services or Activities provided by the Town of Newmarket. (Planning Department Application Fees)

p. 96

 

 

2016-66

A By-law to adopt Fees and Charges for Services or Activities provided by the Town of Newmarket. (Fees and Charges - Fire Services)

p. 103

 

 

2016-67

A By-law to adopt a Stormwater Management Services Charge by the Town of Newmarket.

p. 106

 

 

2016-68

A By-law to establish a combined utility rate structure in the Town of Newmarket.

p. 114

 

 

2016-69

A By-law to Establish a Stormwater Rate for the Town of Newmarket.

p. 116

 

 

2016-70

A By-law to Appoint Fire Prevention Officers for Central York Fire Services.

p. 118

 

Notices of Motions

 

Motions

 

Announcements & Community Events

 

New Business

 

Closed Session (if required)

 

19.

Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose as per Section 239 (2) (f) of the Municipal Act, 2001 with respect to Development and Infrastructure Services Commission - Public Works Services Commission - Procurement Services Department Joint Report 2016-30 dated November 23, 2016 regarding Joint Report on N6 Cooperative Contract CRFP2016-02 - Multi-Year Contract for Waste Collection.

 

 

 

 

Confirmatory By-law

 

 

2016-71

To confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting of December 5, 2016.

p. 119

 

Addendum (Additions and Corrections)

 

21.

Item 1 - Presentations - Addition of Mr. Clarence Robinson - HL Alternate # 1 and Mr. Mike McWilliams - Equipment Manager in attendance for Proclamation Presentation.

 

 

22.

Mr. Gordon Prentice and Mr. Gerald Fox on behalf of the Newmarket Branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario to address Council regarding Item 26 of the Committee of the Whole Minutes of November 28, 2016.

p. 120

 

23.

Removal of Item 9 of Council Agenda distributed on December 1, 2016 being Ratification of Action regarding Development and Infrastructure Services Commission - Public Works Services and Corporate Services Commission - Procurement Services Joint Report 2016-30 regarding Multi-Year Contract for Waste.

 

 

24.

Development & Infrastructure Services Commission - Public Works Services and Corporate Services Commission - Procurement Services Department Joint Report 2016-30 dated November 23, 2016 regarding N6 Cooperative Contract CRFP2016-02 - Multi-Year Contract for Collection and Transportation of Garbage, Recycling Material, Source Separated Organic Material, Yard Waste and Special Waste. (Referred from Special Committee of the Whole of December 5, 2016 - 1:30 p.m.)

 

The Commissioners of Development and Infrastructure Services and Corporate Services and the Director of Public Works Services and the Manager of Procurement Services recommend:

 

THAT Joint Report between Development & Infrastructure Services Commission – Public Works Services and Corporate Services Commission – Procurement Services Department 2016-30 regarding N6 Cooperative Contract CRFP2016-02 Multi-Year Contract for Collection and Transportation of Garbage, Recyclable Material, Source Separated Organic Material, Yard Waste and Special Waste be received and the following recommendation(s) be adopted:

 

 

 

 

 

a) THAT Joint Report between Development and Infrastructure Services Commission - Public Works Services and Corporate Services Commission - Procurement Services Department 2016-30 dated November 23, 2016 regarding N6 Cooperative Contract CRFP2016-02 Multi-Year Contract for Collection and Transportation of Garbage, Recycling Material, Source Separated Organic Material, Yard Waste and Special Waste be received and the following recommendations be adopted:

 

i) THAT the CRFP2016-02 Collection And Transportation Of Garbage, Recyclable Material, Source Separated Organic Material, Yard Waste and Special Waste for a period of eight (8) years, starting December 4, 2017 be awarded to Green For Life Environmental Inc. at an estimated annual cost of $  10,306,520 for all six municipalities, exclusive of all applicable taxes and set annual increases, subject to confirmation of approval of same from the other N6 Municipalities;

 

ii) AND THAT at the discretion of both the Contractor and the N-6, the contract may be extended for two (2) – one (1) year extensions (Year 9 and 10 of the contract) based on a one percent (1%) increase(s) per year;

 

iii) AND THAT the Director, Public Works Services and the Manager, Procurement Services shall be authorized to execute the agreement;

 

iv) AND THAT the Procurement Services Department be directed to notify the other Proponents after the execution of the contract;

 

v) AND THAT the recommendations of this report be ratified at the Council meeting to be held on December 5, 2016 in order to secure contractual arrangements.

p. 135

 

Adjournment