Council
Agenda

The 21st Meeting of City Council
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From the City Manager’s Office: Karen Somers.

From Environmental & Engineering Services: Grace Ma Khin Than Aye, Don Bordynuik, Rob Burnard, Gary Burrows, Anthony Joseph Critch, Todd Hayter, Robert P. Jolliffe, Antonio A. Lima, Gary Medeiros, Barry Orr, Marcus Schaum, Jay Stanford, Paul Titus, Adrian Trotman, Tim Vanderbeeten, James R. Woolford, and Alan Zirul.

From Finance and Corporate Services: Rose V. Dinh, Jody Golinowski, and Joanna Wozniak.

From Housing, Social Services and Dearness Home: Kathleen Beamish, Maria Irene Chavez, Lisa Galbraith, Diane Gallant, Karyn Grealis, Candy Johnson, Shirley Locke, Melda M. Mantes (Banyai), Beth Risi, Leonor Tavares, and Heather Trevithick.

From London Fire Department, Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services: Stephen Charles Beasley, Sean Thomas Spencer Beer, Carl Britan, Craig Brown, Jay DeCaluwe, Douglas J. Ferguson, Stephen Garrett, Andrew Joice, Richard Kerr, Greg Knight, Tim Knight, Richard J. Koning, Matthew Lane, Scott Mckenzie, Dan McNeil, Brent Moore, Jamie Nardachioni, Mark Pegg, John Peter, Paul Prowse, Stephan Rodowa, and Terri Taylor.

From London Police Service: John Scott Ashley, William Berg, Mark Boughner, Matt Garwood, Dan McCoy, Alcindor Pierre, Dionne Skelton, Ross Sutherland, Trevor Telfer, and William Tennant.

This report can be considered in a meeting closed to the public as the subject matter being considered pertains to advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose from the solicitor and officers or employees of the Corporation; the subject matter pertains to litigation, or potential litigation with respect to an appeal at the Conservation Review Board (“CRB”) , and for the purpose of providing instructions and directions to officers and employees of the Corporation. (6.1/18/PEC)

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. (6.1/18/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. (6.2/18/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. (6.3/18/CSC)

A matter pertaining to the proposed or pending lease 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. (6.4/18/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. (6.5/18/CSC)

A personal matter pertaining to identifiable individuals, including municipal employees, with respect to the 2021 Mayor's New Year's Honour List. (6.1/18/SPPC)

A matter pertaining to personal matters about identifiable individuals, labour relations or employee negotiations, including communications necessary for that purpose and, advice and recommendations of officers and employees of the Corporation, including communications necessary for that purpose and for the purpose of providing instructions and direction to officers and employees of the Corporation. (6.2/18/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 24th day of November, 2020. (City Clerk)

A by-law to exempt from Part-Lot Control, lands located at 3620 Southbridge Avenue, legally described as Block 124 in Registered Plan 33M-785. (2.3/18/PEC)

A by-law to exempt from Part-Lot Control, lands located at 3740 Southbridge Avenue, legally described as Block 130 in Registered Plan 33M-785. (2.4/18/PEC)

A by-law to regulate the Injuring and Destruction of Trees and to encourage preservation and planting of Trees throughout the City of London. (3.2/18/PEC)

A by-law to amend By-law PS-113 entitled, “A by-law to regulate traffic and the parking of motor vehicles in the City of London.” (2.8/13/CWC)

A by-law to rename the portion of Lismer Way, from Paulpeel Avenue to Part 10 of Plan 33R-20105 within Registered Plan 33M-786, to Lismer Lane. (3.1/13/CWC)

A by-law to assume certain works and services in the City of London. (Riverbend West Subdivision; Plan 33M-517). (City Engineer)

A by-law to assume certain works and services in the City of London. (West Coronation Subdivision, Plan 33M-702). (City Engineer)

A by-law to assume certain works and services in the City of London. (Huron Subdivision; Plan 33M-745). (City Engineer)

A by-law to amend By-law No. Z.-1 to rezone an area of land located at 16035 Robin’s Hill Road. (3.1/18/PEC)