Council

Agenda

Meeting #:The 17th Meeting of City Council
Date:
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Location:
Council Chambers
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The Council will break for dinner at approximately 6:30 PM, as required.

From London Police Service: D'Arcy Bruce, Brian Crossman, Ron Grasman, Rosemary Guil, Lori-Ann Kirk, Pat MacInnis, Jason McCulloch, Trevor Pitts, Bernadette Sladek, and Jeannette Veenstra.

From the City Manager’s Office: Julie Gaul and Zac Machado.

From Environmental & Engineering Services: Craig Duffenais, Cory Duncan, Daniel P. Entwistle, Shawn Essey, David Scott Gee, Paul S. Howard, Jim Humphries, Trevor Johnson, Tracey Lee, Patricia Lupton, Ulises A. Neira, Charles Ormerod, Giuseppi Joe Palmeri, Tony Pawlaszyk, Wayne Piper, Rick Postma, Brent Robinson, Roy F. Scott, John A. Simon, James Somerville, John Vermeeren, Peter Vriends, and Steven W. Welch.

From Finance and Corporate Services: Keith Gilbank, Bill Haas, Cheryl Intzandt, Robin Szwec, Kendra Teeter, and Catherine Van Aarsen.

From Housing, Social Services and Dearness Home: Katherine Biskupski, Flordeliza Bulzan, Lisseth D'Andrea, Jacqueline Harwood, Rosa Henriquez, Helen Martin, Dave McCormack, Mona Sankar, Justyna Sliwka, and Estela Ticman.

From Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services: Jeff Barrett, Jeff Brewster, Michael Duncan, Randy Evans, James Foster, Randy Geene, Joe Haygarth, Jeffrey Hoad, J. Scott Jackson, Jan Joosten, John MacDaniel, Mark Mandich, Gary Martin, Jason McLaren, Alan O'Neil, Robert Oud, Mike Padega, Keith Pugh, John Spiegelberg, Ron Vermeltfoort, and Scott Walsh.

From Parks and Recreation: Nancy Leblanc, Mike Skinner, and Dwayne Wright.

 

Motion for Council, In Closed Session (Council will remain In Closed Session until approximately 5:15 PM, at which time Council will rise and reconvene in Public Session; Council may resume In Closed Session later in the meeting, if required.)

A matter pertaining to personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees, litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board; and advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose. (6.1/15/PEC)

A matter pertaining to litigation or potential litigation and advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose and directions and instructions to officers and employees or agents of the municipality. (6.2/17/CSC)

A matter pertaining to advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose; advice or recommendations of officers and employees of the Corporation, including communications necessary for that purpose and for the purpose of providing instructions and directions to officers and employees of the Corporation. (6.3/17/CSC)

A matter pertaining to the proposed or pending acquisition of land by the municipality, including communications necessary for that purpose; advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; commercial and financial information, that belongs to the municipality and has monetary value or potential monetary value and a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instruction to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality. (6.1/17/CSC)

A matter pertaining to the proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality, including communications necessary for that purpose; advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; commercial and financial information, that belongs to the municipality and has monetary value or potential monetary value and a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instruction to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality. (6.5/17/CSC)

A matter pertaining to personal matters, including information regarding identifiable individuals, with respect to employment-related matters, advice or recommendations of officers and employees of the Corporation, including communications necessary for that purpose and for the purpose of providing instructions and directions to officers and employees of the Corporation; and advice subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose. (6.4/17/CSC)

13.

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 17th day of September, 2019. (City Clerk)

A by-law to amend By-law No. A-7613-327 being “A by-law to approve The Data Provision Agreement between The Corporation of the City of London and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada as represented by the Federal Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada, and to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute this Agreement”, by deleting any reference to the title “Managing Director, Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services” and by replacing it with the title “Managing Director, Housing, Social Services and Dearness Home” to reflect a change in the Service Area responsibility for Homeless Prevention Initiatives. (2.5a/10/CPSC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. A-7706-107 being “A by-law to approve the London Homeless Management Information System Hosting Agreement between The Corporation of the City of London and Homeless Serving Organization” and to authorize the Managing Director, Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services to execute this Agreement” by deleting all references to the title “Managing Director, Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services” and by replacing it with the title “Managing Director, Housing, Social Services and Dearness Home” to reflect a change in the Service Area responsibility for Homeless Prevention Initiatives. (2.5b/10/CPSC)

A by-law to approve the Ontario Transfer Payment Agreement between Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario as represented by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing and The Corporation of the City of London for the provision of funding for an independent third party review of the delivery of housing services and to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute same. (2.6/10/CPSC)

A by-law to approve a limiting distance agreement between the Corporation of the City of London and 947563 Ontario Limited o/a Bridlewood Homes for the property at 1648 Warbler Woods Walk, and to delegate authority to the Managing Director, Parks and Recreation to execute the agreement on behalf of the City of London as the adjacent property owner. (2.8/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend The London Plan for the City of London, 2016 relating to 220 and 244 Adelaide Street South. (3.3b/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend the Official Plan for the City of London, 1989 relating to 3493 Colonel Talbot Road. (3.6a/15/PEC)

A by-law to lay out, constitute, establish and assume lands in the City of London as public highway. (as widening to Southdale Road East west of Homeview Road) (as widening to Homeview Court and Homeview Road) (Chief Surveyor - pursuant to SPA18-114 and in accordance with Zoning By-law Z.-1)

A by-law to lay out, constitute, establish and assume lands in the City of London as public highway. (as widening to Pond Mills Road, east of Ailsa Place) (Chief Surveyor - road widening previously acquired by the County of Middlesex, now in the City of London has never been dedicated)

A by-law to authorize a New Sportspark (Capital Project PD218118). (2.7/9/CPSC)

A by-law to authorize New Field Houses (Capital Project PD223016). (2.7/9/CPSC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to remove a holding provision from the zoning for lands located at 447 Old Wonderland Road. (2.3/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to remove holding provisions from the zoning for lands located at 180 Villagewalk Boulevard. (2.4/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to remove holding provisions from the zoning for lands located at 3400 Singleton Avenue. (2.5/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to remove holding provisions from the zoning for lands located at 804-860 Kleinburg Drive. (2.7/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 915, 965, 1031 and 1095 Upperpoint Avenue. (3.2/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 244 Adelaide Street South. (3.3a/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 551 Knights Hill Road. (3.5/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 3493 Colonel Talbot Road. (3.6b/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to revise the wording of the existing h-18 holding provision in Section 3. (3.7/15/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 475 and 480 Edgevalley Road. (3.8/15/PEC)

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