Council Agenda
Including Addeds

4th Meeting of City Council
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His Worship the Mayor will recognize the contributions made to London by the following citizens who were named to the 2023 Mayor's New Year's Honour List in the categories indicated:  Ashton Forrest (Accessibility); Beverly Farrell (Age Friendly); Karen Schindler (Arts); Edward Medzon (Distinguished Londoner); Jason Rip (Distinguished Londoner); Sydney Vickers (Distinguished Londoner); Joe Cardillo (Distinguished Londoner); Charlene Doak-Gebauer (Distinguished Londoner); Padre Frank Mantz (Distinguished Londoner); Carl Cadogan (Diversity and Race Relations); Tom Cull (The Environment); John Manness (Heritage); Nawaz Tahir (Humanitarianism); and Roop Chanderdat (Sports).  

A matter pertaining to labour relations and employee negotiations in regard to the Corporation’s association or unions, advice and recommendations of officers and employees of the Corporation including communications necessary for that purpose. (6.1/2/CSC)

A matter pertaining to information explicitly supplied in confidence to the municipality by the province and the subject matter being considered is a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instructions to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality pursuant to subsection 239(2)(k) of the Municipal Act. (6.1/2/CPSC)

A matter pertaining to advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose, regarding the the Humane Society London and Middlesex 2023 Budget Amendment grant request. (6.1/6/SPPC)

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By-laws to be read a first, second and third time:

A by-law to confirm the proceedings of the Council Meeting held on the 24th day of January, 2023. (City Clerk)

A by-law to raise the amount required for the purposes of the Argyle Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the year 2023 in accordance with section 208 of the Municipal Act, 2001. (2.1d/2/CSC)

A by-law to raise the amount required for the purposes of the Hamilton Road Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the year 2023 in accordance with section 208 of the Municipal Act, 2001. (2.2d/2/CSC)

A by-law to raise the amount required for the purposes of the Hyde Park Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the year 2023 in accordance with section 208 of the Municipal Act, 2001. (2.3d/2/CSC)

A by-law to raise the amount required for the purposes of the London Downtown Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the year 2023 in accordance with section 208 of the Municipal Act, 2001. (2.4d/2/CSC)

A by-law to raise the amount required for the purposes of the Old East Village Business Improvement Area Board of Management for the year 2023 in accordance with section 208 of the Municipal Act, 2001. (2.5d/2/CSC)

A by-law to approve the Amendment to the Municipality Contribution Agreement between the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and The Corporation of the City of London (“Amending Agreement”); and to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the Amending Agreement. (2.6/2/CSC)

A by-law to approve the Contribution Agreement between The Corporation of the City of London and the Ontario Aboriginal Housing Support Services Corporation (“Agreement”) and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the Agreement (2.4/2/CPSC)

A by-law to authorize and approve the Rapid Housing Initiative Agreement between the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation and The Corporation of the City of London and to delegate the authority to the Deputy City Manager, Planning and Economic Development to approve further schedules and amending agreements and to execute any documents, attestations or reports required pursuant to the Agreement (2.6/2/CPSC)

A by-law to approve a limiting distance agreement between the Corporation of the City of London and Southside Construction Management Limited for the property at 20-720 Apricot Drive and to delegate authority to the Deputy City Manager, Environment and Infrastructure, to execute the agreement on behalf of the City of London as the adjacent property owner. (2.6b/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend the Official Plan relating to 600 Third Street. (3.4a/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 88 Chesterfield Avenue. (3.1/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 634 Commissioners Road West. (3.2/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 867-879 Wellington Road. (3.3/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 600 Third Street. (3.4b/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 1350 Trafalgar Street. (3.5/2/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 942 Westminster Drive. (3.7/2/PEC)