The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes
 
Amended Agenda
 
Regular Council Meeting

CC2021-10
Open Session Commencing at 1:00 p.m. - Electronic Participation
Council Chambers
City Hall
26 Francis Street, Lindsay, Ontario K9V 5R8
Members:
  • Mayor Andy Letham
  • Deputy Mayor Patrick O'Reilly
  • Councillor Ron Ashmore
  • Councillor Pat Dunn
  • Councillor Doug Elmslie
  • Councillor Tracy Richardson
  • Councillor Kathleen Seymour-Fagan
  • Councillor Andrew Veale
  • Councillor Emmett Yeo

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Regular Council Meeting Minutes, May 18, 2021

  • That the Minutes of the May 18, 2021 Regular Council Meeting, be received and adopted.

Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads
Glenda Morris

Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads
Ron McInnis

Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads
Michael McGregor

Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads
Bob McMillan

Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads
John Harper

Correspondence Regarding the Petition on the Legalization of Tiny Homes in the City of Kawartha Lakes
(Item 12.1 on the Agenda)
Jarrett Allan

Correspondence regarding Post Secondary Education in Canada
James Mulhern, Lindsay and District Labour Council

2020 Financial Statements Presentation
Carolyn Daynes, Treasurer

Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes, June 1, 2021

  • That the Minutes of the June 1, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 9.3 of the Agenda, be adopted.

9.3.1

  • That the presentation by Dr. Natalie Bocking, Medical Officer of Health for the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit, regarding the Safety of Off Road Vehicles on Roads, be received.

9.3.2

  • That the deputation of Richard Fedy, regarding the Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads Task Force Recommendations, be received.

9.3.3

  • That the deputation of Gordon Ferguson, regarding Access for All Terrain Vehicles in Lindsay, be received.

9.3.4

  • That the deputation of Maggie Upton and Marina Hodson, regarding the Placement of a Little Food Pantry at the Kirkfield Library, be received;

    That the Placement of a Little Food Pantry at the Kirkfield Library be referred to staff for review and report back, through a Memorandum, at the June 15, 2021 Regular Council Meeting.

9.3.5

  • That the deputation of Steve Podolsky and Charlie McDonald, of the Lindsay Downtown BIA, regarding the Downtown Parking Strategy, be received.

9.3.6

  • That the deputation of Peter Petrosoniak, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads, be received.

9.3.7

  • That the deputation of William Steffler, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads, be received.

9.3.8

  • That the deputation of Paul Steffler, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads, be received.

9.3.9

  • That the deputation of John Speirs, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads, be received.

9.3.10

  • That the correspondence from Dan Plancke, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads, be received.

9.3.11

  • That the correspondence from Peter Vandentillart, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use in Bobcaygeon, be received.

9.3.12

  • That the correspondence from Jamie Morris, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads, be received.

9.3.13

  • That the presentation by Mark Mitchell, Chief of Kawartha Lakes Police Services, regarding the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan, be received.

9.3.14

  • That the presentation by Adam Found, Manager of Corporate Assets, and Peter Richards, of IBI Group, regarding the Downtown Parking Strategy, be received.

9.3.15

  • That Report CA2021-003, Downtown Parking Strategy, be received; and

    That the Downtown Parking Strategy, attached as Appendix A to Report CA2021-003, be adopted as a master plan for the purpose of informing future recommendations, plans and budgets.

9.3.16

  • That Report PRC2021-004, Omemee Splash Pad Update, be received; and

    That staff review the servicing feasibility, including financing and capital costs, for a Splash Pad in Omemee and report back to Council with options by the end of Q4, 2021.

9.3.17

  • That Report HH2020-003, 2020 Annual Housing and Homelessness Plan (HHP) Report, be received for information.

9.3.18

  • That Report ED2021-017, Proposed Designation of 398 County Road 41, Bexley Township, be received;

    That the Municipal Heritage Committee’s recommendation to designate 398 County Road 41 under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act as being of cultural heritage value or interest be endorsed;

    That staff be authorized to proceed with the process to designate the subject property under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, including the preparation and circulation of a Notice of Intention to Designate, and preparation of the designating by-law; and

    That a designating by-law be brought forward to Council at the next Regular Council Meeting following the end of the notice period.

9.3.19

  • That Report ED2021-020, Winter Festival Communication and Promotions, be received; and

    That Council endorse the proposed framework for a Kawartha Lakes Winter Festival in Winter 2022 with the potential to continue in future years.

9.3.20

  • That Report ENG2021-011, Life Cycle Extension, Local Asphalt Road Section Candidates, be received.

9.3.21

  • That the budget for the 2021 Life Cycle Management Capital Program (9832107) be increased by $700,000.00 for the purpose of accommodating additional work outlined in Table 3 of Report ENG2021-11;

    That the added budget of $700,000.00 be funded from the Federal Gas Tax Reserve; and

    That, through the change order process, said work be added to the contract awarded under Tender 2021-33-CQ.

9.3.22

  • That Naylor Road, from Highway 35 to the gravel section of the road, be included in the 2021 Life Cycle Management Program at a cost of $85,000.00, to be funded from the Federal Gas Tax Reserve.

9.3.23

  • That Report ENG2021-012, Kenhill Beach Road and Long Beach Road Drainage Issues, be received.

9.3.24

  • That cost and design for the drainage work on Kenhill Beach Road, estimated at $45,000.00, be brought forward through the 2022 capital budgeting process; and

    That the cost and design for the drainage work on Long Beach Road, estimated at $20,000.00, be brought forward as a decision unit for consideration in the 2022 capital budgeting process.

9.3.25

  • That Report WM2021-009, Construction and Demolition Recycling Pilot Results and Recommendations, be received; and

    That Council approves a permanent Construction and Demolition recycling program at the Lindsay Ops landfill, with an operating budget of $155,000 in 2022.

9.3.26

  • That Report WM2021-010, Improvements to the Mattress Recycling Program, be received;

    That Council approves recycling all mattresses in the City of Kawartha Lakes and no longer accepts mattresses for disposal at the Laxton, Eldon, Somerville, and Fenelon landfills; and

    That Council direct staff to present an operating budget of $145,000 for 2022 to operate the enhanced mattress recycling program.

9.3.27

  • That Report RD2021-004, Enhanced Downtown Winter Level of Service, be received.

9.3.28

  • That the Pilot Project put in place for Lindsay's Downtown BIA District for the 2020/2021 winter season, waiving the current policy(cies) and By-Law one year and allowing Lindsay's Downtown BIA District to receive the same level of sidewalk winter maintenance as other downtown areas in the City be made permanent; and

    That By-Law 95-04, Clearing and Removing Snow and Ice from Sidewalks Downtown in Lindsay, be amended to reflect the maintenance responsibilities of the City of Kawartha lakes and adjacent property owners.

9.3.29

  • That the trigger height detailed in Table 4 - Snow Removal Level of Service, Urban/Built Up Areas, Roadside of Council Policy C 124 EPW 010 Roadway Level of Service Policy Winter Maintenance be adjusted for all instances detailed in the table to read 0.5m in place of the existing 0.9m.

9.3.30

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Dunn, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads Task Force Recommendations for Lindsay, be received.

9.3.31

  • That the following route be approved for the Off Road Vehicle Pilot Project, to provide access through Lindsay for all terrain vehicles,: the Victoria Rail Trail (VRT) trailhead at Logie Street to King Street, King Street to Lindsay Street, Lindsay Street to Wellington Street, Wellington Street to Victoria Avenue, Victoria Avenue to Elgin Street, Elgin Street to Angeline Street, Angeline Street to Thunderbridge Road, Thunderbridge Road to the VRT trailhead.

9.3.32

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Dunn, regarding Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads Task Force Recommendations for Bobcaygeon, be received.

9.3.33

  • That the recommendation on the proposed route through Bobcaygeon for the Off Road Vehicle Pilot Project be deferred until September, 2021.

9.3.34

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Elmslie, regarding Grove Road Limited Service Agreement, be received;

    That Staff continue to provide service on Grove Road, allowing the association to complete additional improvements until September 30, 2021, extending the deadline from June 30, 2021 previously imposed by Council;

    That Council acknowledges that the location of hydro poles, an armour stone wall, and bedrock encroach into the minimum width requirement on Grove Road; and

    That Staff be authorized to execute a Limited Service Agreement in lieu of the deficiencies noted above.

9.3.35

  • That the Terms of Reference for Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads Task Force be amended to increase the maximum number of members to nine(9); and

    That two (2) additional members be recruited for the Off Road Vehicle Use of City Roads Task Force before September of 2021.

9.3.36

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Ashmore, regarding Ditching and Drainage Issue on Stone Gate Road, be received; and

    That Staff investigate the drainage issue along Stone Gate Road and report back to Council with their findings by Q3 of 2021.

9.3.37

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Seymour-Fagan, regarding Noise By-law Review, be received; and

    That staff review the noise By-law, being By-Law 2019-124, for inconsistencies and report back in Q4, 2021.

9.3.38

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Seymour-Fagan, regarding Larger Setbacks for Refreshment Vehicle Businesses, be received;

    That Staff review By-Law 2016-245, being the current By-law to Regulate to Regulate and Govern Refreshment Vehicles, and report back to Council by Q4, 2021; and

    That the setback requirements for Refreshment Vehicle Businesses be looked at, increasing from one hundred and fifty meters to one kilometer, as part of the review.

Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes, June 2, 2021

  • That the Minutes of the June 2, 2021 Planning Advisory Committee Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 10.3 of the Agenda, be adopted.

10.3.1

  • That Report PLAN2021-032, Zoning By-law Amendment for 55 Angeline Street North, Lindsay, be received for information; and
    That Report PLAN2021-032, Zoning By-law Amendment for 55 Angeline Street North, Lindsay, be referred back to staff to address issues raised through the public consultation process for further review until such time that all comments have been addressed.

10.3.2

  • That Report PLAN2021-033, 57R-8491 Parts 1 to 3; Part of Lot 20, Concession 4, Geographic Township of Ops, Former Town of Lindsay, 2793853 Ontario Inc. – Application D06-2021-011, be received;
    That the zoning by-law amendment, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report PLAN2021-033, be referred to Council for approval and adoption; and
    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents required by the approval of this application.

10.3.3

  • That Report PLAN2021-034, Part of Lot 10, Concession 2, being Parts 1 & 3 to 6, 57R-9001, geographic Township of Eldon, City of Kawartha Lakes, identified as 152 Glenarm Road, Motara – D06-2021-010, be received; and
    That the application respecting the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment be referred back to staff until such time as all comments have been received and addressed from all circulated agencies, City Departments, and the public, and for further review and processing.

10.3.4

  • That Report PLAN2021-030, Validation of Title at 92 Queen Street, be received;
    That the validation by-law and certificate, respecting application D03-2020-037, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report PLAN2021-030 be approved for adoption by Council;
    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this application; and
    That prior to the registration of the Validation By-law the following Conditions shall be fulfilled:

    1. Submit to the Secretary-Treasurer payment of all past due taxes and charges added to the tax roll, if any, at such time as the deeds are stamped;
    2. The owners shall apply for, pay the prescribed fee and obtain variances for the lot to be validated such that any outstanding zoning issues are addressed;
    3. The owners shall pay all costs associated with the preparation and registration of the required documents;
    4. Payment to the City of Kawartha Lakes of the review fee prevailing at the time the certificate is validated, for the review and clearance of these conditions. The current fee is $229.00. Payment shall be by certified cheque, money order, or from a lawyers trust account;
    5. All of these Conditions shall be fulfilled within a period of twelve months from the date of Council approval for said application, failing which the Validation By-law shall be considered null and void, and the Certificate of Validation invalid; and
    6. The owners’ solicitor shall provide a written undertaking confirming that the Validation Certificate in respect of this application shall be attached to the respective deed and registered in the proper land registry office within 1 year from the date of the third and final reading of the respective Validation By-Law. The solicitor should also undertake to provide a copy of the registered deed to the City as conclusive evidence of the fulfillment of the above-noted undertaking.

10.3.5

  • That the deputation of Emma Drake, regarding Report PLAN2021-031, be received.

10.3.6

  • That the deputation of Joel Jamieson and Johanna Anderson, regarding Report PLAN2021-035, be received.

10.3.7

  • That the deputation of Richard Taylor, regarding Report PLAN2021-035, be received.

10.3.8

  • That the June 2, 2021 correspondence from Richard Taylor, regarding Report PLAN2021-035, be received.

10.3.9

  • That Report PLAN2021-031, Amend the Emily Zoning By-law 1996-30 at 914 Centreline Road - Gingrich, be received;
    That a Zoning By-law, respecting application D06-2020-010, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report PLAN2021-031 be approved for adoption by Council; and
    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this application.

10.3.10

  • That Report PLAN2021-035, respecting Block C, Plan 507, geographic Township of Emily, City of Kawartha Lakes, Rowles – D06-2020-016, be received;
    That a Zoning By-law, respecting application D06-2020-016, substantially in the form attached as Appendix C to Report PLAN2021-035 be approved for adoption by Council; and
    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this application.

  • That all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 11.1 of the Agenda be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered.

11.1

City Service Innovations and Enhancements
Ron Taylor, Chief Administrative Officer

  • That Report CAO2021-006, City Service Innovations and Enhancements, be received; and

    That the CAO continue to review service levels and changes with departments, and recommend service reviews, changes and efficiencies to Council in Q1 2022.

Water-Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan
Ron Taylor, Chief Administrative Officer

  • That Report CAO2021-009, Water-Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan, be received;

    That the Water-Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan be added as a project to the Studies and Special Projects program of the 2021 Water-Wastewater Capital Budget with an authorized expenditure of $700,000 financed equally by the Water Treatment and Wastewater Treatment accounts of the Development Charges Reserve Fund;

    That staff be authorized to initiate a request for proposals (RFP) for the purpose of retaining a consultant to prepare the Water-Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan.

Proposed Lease Agreement between The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes and Pigeon Lake Yacht Club Inc.
Laura Carnochan, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2021-020, Proposed Lease Agreement between The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes and Pigeon Lake Yacht Club Inc., be received; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the Lease Agreement attached as Appendix C on behalf of The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes, being a Lease Agreement with Pigeon Lake Yacht Club Inc. for its use of the City-owned property located at 121 Boyd Street, Bobcaygeon for the purpose of operating a yacht club.

Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure, and Sale of a Portion of Gilson Street, Little Britain
Laura Carnochan, Law Clerk – Realty Services

  • That Report RS2021-021, Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure, and Sale of a Portion of Gilson Street, Little Britain, be received;

    That the subject property, being a portion of road allowance legally described as Part of Gilson Street on Plan 343 Except Part 2 on Plan 57R-929; Part of Lot 5, Concession A, being Part 1 57R-929; S/T R407182, R256369, R373813 & R373140, in the Geographic Township of Mariposa, City of Kawartha Lakes, designated as Parts 1 and 2 on Plan 57R-9063, being Part of PIN: 63195-0381 (LT), be declared surplus to municipal needs;

    That the closure of the portion of road allowance and sale to the adjoining landowners be supported, in principle, in accordance with the provisions of By-Law 2018-020, as amended, and the Municipal Act, 2001, and subject to the parties entering into a conditional Agreement of Purchase and Sale;

    That, notwithstanding Section 3.05 Public Notice of Disposition By-law 2018-020, which section requires that disposition of any real property be advertised in a local newspaper and on the City website for a 3 week period prior to declaration of surplus by Council, that Council waive this requirement (as this land was originally conveyed to the City from the now-purchaser/ developer for road purposes);

    That, notwithstanding Section 4.04 of By-law 2018-020, the subject portions of road allowance be sold for nominal consideration (as this land was originally conveyed to the City from the now-purchaser/ developer for road allowance purposes, and thus the City did not pay for this land and nor does the purchaser acquire a financial advantage as a result of the conveyance and reconveyance);

    That staff be directed to commence the process to stop up and close the said portion of road allowance;

    That the by-law attached as Appendix H required to close the road and authorize its disposition shall be passed;

    That the deeming by-laws attached as Appendix I and Appendix J be passed contemporaneously with the disposition by-law; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign all documents to facilitate the road closing and sale of the lands.

Parking Meter Removal - Bobcaygeon
Aaron Sloan, Manager of Municipal Law Enforcement and Licensing

  • That Report MLE2021-007, Parking Meter Removal – Bobcaygeon, be received; and,

    That staff proceed with the removal of the parking meters in Bobcaygeon.

Release of Fenelon Falls Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Funds
LeAnn Donnelly, Executive Assistant, Community Services

  • That Report CS2021-005, Release of Fenelon Falls Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Funds, be received; and

    That; Fenelon Falls and District Chamber of Commerce be approved for funding in the amount of $8,000.00 with the allocation to come from the Fenelon Falls Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Reserve (3.24350).

ICIP: COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream Funding Update
Jenn Johnson, Manager, Parks, Recreation and Culture

  • That Report PRC2021-005, ICIP: COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream Funding Update, be received;

    That a capital project entitled Victoria Park Armoury HVAC - ICIP, as described in Report PRC2021-005, be created (9502105) with an authorized expenditure of $40,000;

    That a capital project entitled Replacement and Enhancement of Parks Infrastructure – ICIP be created (9502106) with three sub-projects entitled Playgrounds – Garnet Graham Park and Victoria Road Park, Janetville Ball Park Sport Court and Lindsay Trail System – Wilson Fields Area, as described in Report PRC2021-005, with authorized expenditures of $221,518, $30,760 and $180,000, respectively;

    That the Lindsay Trail System – Wilson Fields Area project be 45% financed by the Parks and Recreation account of the Development Charges Reserve Fund and 55% financed by the ICIP grant, where it is understood that, for the purposes of Section 5(2) of the Development Charges Act and Section 6 of O. Reg. 82/98, the grant is intended to support only the portion of the project deemed to benefit existing development;

    That the other foregoing projects be financed entirely by the ICIP grant; and

    That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute any agreements necessary for securing the ICIP grant.

2020 Surplus Disposition Report
Carolyn Daynes, Treasurer

  • That Report 2021-011, 2020 Surplus Disposition Report, be received;

    That the financial statements for 2020 be approved as circulated; and

    That Council authorize the transfer of the 2020 Surplus as follows:

    • The Winter Control surplus of $1,000,000 be transferred to the General Contingency Reserve committed to Winter Control; and
    • The Workman’s Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) claims surplus of $300,000 be transferred to the General Contingency Reserve committed to WSIB; and
    • That the remainder of the 2020 Surplus of $3,294,454 be transferred to the Asset Management Reserve (formerly the Capital Reserve).

Single Source for the Replacement of Cardiac Monitors
Ashley Wykes, Buyer

  • That Report PUR2021-016, 2021-161-SS Single Source for the Replacement of Cardiac Monitors, be received;

    That Stryker Canada ULC be awarded the single source purchase of ten (10) cardiac monitors for 2020-2021 for a total cost of $203,895.50 not including HST; and

    That the Procurement Division be authorized to issue a purchase order.

Supply of Hot Mix
Marielle Van Engelen, Buyer
Richard Monaghan, Senior Engineering Technician

  • That Report PUR2021-017, Supply of Hot Mix, be received;

    That Dufferin Construction Company, a division of CRH Canada Group Inc., be awarded the supply of hot mix for the estimated price of $103,284.00; and

    That upon receipt of the requested documents, the Procurement Division be authorized to issue a purchase order.

Updates to the Telecommunications and Antenna System Siting Policy
Ian Walker, Planning Officer - Large Developments

  • That Report PLAN2021-036, Updates to the Telecommunications and Antenna System Siting Policy, be received;

    That the Council Policy CP2018-014 be updated, substantially in the form attached as Appendix ‘C’;

    That Section 4.00 of By-law 2016-009 be amended, as outlined in Appendix ‘E’ to Report PLAN2021-036;

    That the necessary amending By-law for By-law 2016-009 be brought forward for adoption;

    That Uncontested Applications are supported by Council, conditional upon the applicant entering into a Telecommunication Facility Development Agreement with the City;

    That the Director of Development Services be delegated authority to issue a letter of concurrence to Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Canada for Uncontested Applications;

    That the Delegation of Council Powers and Duties Policy Number C 149 CAO 036 be amended to include this delegation of authority; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any Agreements required by the concurrence of any Uncontested Applications.

Removal of Holding Provision, Regis Homes Limited
Sherry L. Rea, Development Planning Supervisor

  • That Report PLAN2021-037, Blocks 79, 80, 105 and 106, Plan 57M-802, former Town of Lindsay, City of Kawartha Lakes, identified as vacant land on Alcorn Drive, Lindsay, Regis Homes Limited - D06-2021-014, be received;

    That the proposed zoning by-law amendment, substantially in the form attached as Appendix ‘C’ to Report PLAN2021-037, be referred to Council for approval and adoption; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents required by the approval of this application.

Kawartha Lakes SkillsAdvance Ontario Program Amending Agreements with Victoria County Career Services and Sir Sanford Fleming College
Danielle Harris, Economic Development Officer

  • That Report ED2021-021, Kawartha Lakes SkillsAdvance Ontario Program Amending Agreements with Victoria County Career Services and Sir Sandford Fleming College, be received; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute service agreements with Victoria County Career Services and Sir Sanford Fleming College to implement the Kawartha Lakes SkillsAdvance Ontario Program extension, substantially in the form as provided in Appendix D and F respectively to Report ED2021-021.

Rural Economic Development Program Budget Update
Rebecca Mustard, Manager of Economic Development

  • That Report ED2021-022, Rural Economic Development Program Budget Update, be received;

    That the Rural Economic Development application, Business and Workforce Attraction, project budget be increased for a total project cost of $145,000 with the City’s 50% contribution coming from the Economic Development 2021 and 2022 operating budgets; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this project funding application.

Extension of the Cultural Centre Feasibility Task Force Terms of Reference
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development - Arts and Culture

  • That Report ED2021-028, Extension of the CCFTF Terms of Reference, be received;

    That Council endorse the extension of the Cultural Centre Feasibility Task Force to June 30, 2022; and

    That Council extend the appointments of the current Cultural Centre Feasibility Task Force members to June 30, 2022:

    Barbara Doyle, Community Member at Large
    Beverly Jeeves, Kawartha Lakes Culture and Heritage Network
    Dianne Lister, Creative Economy Representative
    Patrick Murphy, Community Member at Large
    Susan Taylor, Kawartha Lakes Arts Council
    Councillor Tracy Richardson
    Councillor Kathleen Seymour-Fagan

Request for Sidewalk on Commerce Road
Mike Farquhar, Supervisor, Technical Services

  • That Report ENG2021-013, Request for Sidewalk on Commerce Road, Lindsay, be received.

Low Volume Gravel Roads
Mike Farquhar, Supervisor, Technical Services

  • That Report ENG2021-014, Low Volume Gravel Roads, be received.

Request for All-Way Stop – Sturgeon Road South and Mary Street West, Omemee
Joseph Kelly, Senior Engineering Technician

  • That Report ENG2021-015, Request for All-Way Stop – Sturgeon Road South and Mary Street West, Omemee, be received.

Request for Speed Reduction - CKL Road 48
Joseph Kelly, Senior Engineering Technician

  • That Report ENG2021-016, Request for Speed Reduction – CKL Rd 48, be received;

    That the speed limit of Portage Road (CKL Road 48) from 100m west of Mitchellview Road to 770m east of Mitchellview Road be reduced to 60 km/hr;

    That the Speed Zone By-law be amended to reflect the actual speed zones currently on the road between Kirkfield and 100m west of Mitchellview Road;

    That the necessary By-law for the above recommendations be forwarded to Council for adoption; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this application/agreement/decision.

Community Pandemic Recovery Fund: Round Two Grants
Rod Sutherland, Director of Human Services

  • That Report HS2021-004, Community Pandemic Recovery Fund: Round Two Grants, be received; and

    That the balance of $6,642.48 in City Contingency Reserve funds allocated to the Community Pandemic Recovery Fund but not awarded, be returned to the Contingency Reserve.

2021 Affordable Housing Target Program – Recommended Projects
Michelle Corley, Human Services Manager, Housing

  • That Report HH2021-004, Affordable Housing Target Program Recommendations, be received;

    That subject to the necessary by-law and agreement being forwarded to council for approval, and the successful completion of such planning and development processes as may be required, the recommended application received through the Affordable Housing Target Program, Intake CKL2021-001, providing a total of 1 affordable rental units in the City of Kawartha Lakes, as described in Report HH2021-004, be supported;

    That the municipal incentives identified in Table 1 of Report HH2021-004 be approved; and

    That the Director of Human Services and the Human Services Manager, Housing be authorized to execute necessary agreements to provide the incentives to these projects.

Petition Regarding the Legalization of Tiny Homes in the City of Kawartha Lakes
(A Full Copy of the Petition with 98 Signatures is Available from the Clerk's Office)

Peter Wallace

Memorandum Regarding Kirkfield Free Little Pantry Food Security Request
Craig Shanks, Director of Community Services

14.

  • That the By-Laws shown in Section 14.1 of the Agenda, namely: Items 14.1.1 to and including 14.1.24 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

By-Law to Stop Up and Close Part of Gilson Street on Plan 343 Except Part 2 on Plan 57R-929; Part of Lot 5, Concession A, being Part 1 57R-929; S/T R407182, R256369, R373813 & R373140, in the Geographic Township of Mariposa, City of Kawartha Lakes, designated as Parts 1 and 2 on Plan 57R-9063 and to Authorize the Sale of Land to the Abutting Landowners

By-Law to Deem Part of a Plan of Subdivision, Previously Registered for Lands Within the City of Kawartha Lakes, Not to be a Registered Plan of Subdivision in Accordance with the Planning Act, Described as Parcel 9-1, Section 57M764; Lot 9 on Plan 57M764, in the Geographic Township of Mariposa, City of Kawartha Lakes, being PIN: 63195-0134 (LT) (Gilson Street)

By-Law to Deem Part of a Plan of Subdivision, Previously Registered for Lands Within the City of Kawartha Lakes, Not to be a Registered Plan of Subdivision in Accordance with the Planning Act, Described as Parcel 10-1, Section 57M764; Lot 10 on Plan 57M764; Subject to an Easement in Gross over Part 9 on Plan 57R-9777 as in KL45996, in the Geographic Township of Mariposa, City of Kawartha Lakes, being PIN: 63195-0133 (LT) (92 Gilson Street)

By-Law to Authorize the Acquisition of Part of Lot 96 on Plan 25 as in R183217, in the Geographic Village of Fenelon Falls, City of Kawartha Lakes, designated as Part 6 on Plan 57R-10823 (53 Lindsay Street, Fenelon Falls)

By-Law to Authorize the Acquisition of Part of Lot 83 and Part of Lot 84 on Plan 25 as in R368772, in the Geographic Village of Fenelon Falls, City of Kawartha Lakes, designated as Part 27 on Plan 57R-10823 (143 Lindsay Street, Fenelon Falls)

By-Law to Amend By-Law 2005-328, being A By-Law to Establish Speed Limits in The City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Repeal By-Law 2014-311, Being a By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-Law Enforcement Purposes in the City of Kawartha Lakes (T. Montgomery)

By-Law to Repeal By-Law 2019-064, Being a By-Law to Appointment a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for the City of Kawartha Lakes (T. Montgomery)

By-Law to Repeal By-law 2019-065, Being a By-Law to Appointment a Weed Inspector for the City of Kawartha Lakes (T. Montgomery)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for the City of Kawartha Lakes (D. Jejna)

By-Law to Appoint a Weed Inspector for the City of Kawartha Lakes (D. Jejna)

By-Law to Amend the Town of Lindsay Zoning By-Law No. 2000-75 to Rezone Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (Alcorn Drive - Regis Homes Limited)

By-Law to Amend the Town of Lindsay Zoning By-law No. 2000-75 to Rezone Land within the City Of Kawartha Lakes (363 Kent Street West)

By-Law to Validate the Title of Land in the Former Town of Lindsay now within the City of Kawartha Lakes (92 Queen Street, Lindsay)

By-Law To Amend The Township of Emily Zoning By-Law No. 1996-30 To Rezone Land Within The City of Kawartha Lakes (914 Centreline Road)

By-Law To Amend The Township of Emily Zoning By-Law No. 1996‑30 To Rezone Land Within The City Of Kawartha Lakes (Block C, Plan 507 - Rowles)

By-Law to Amend By-Law 2016-009, being A By-Law to Provide Authority for the Execution of Certain Documents and Affix the Corporate Seal on Behalf the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Appoint an Acting Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of this Office in the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Repeal By-Law 2011-092, Being a By-Law to Appoint a Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of this Office for the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Appoint a Deputy Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of this Office in The City of Kawartha Lakes (Jones)

A By-Law to Appoint a Deputy Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of this Office in The City of Kawartha Lakes (Smith)

By-law to Repeal By-law 2007-198, being a By-law to Appoint a an Assistant Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of the Office in the City of Kawartha Lakes (Raymer)

By-law to Repeal By-law 2007-199, being a By-law to Appoint a an Assistant Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of the Office in the City of Kawartha Lakes (Twohey)

  • That Council convene into closed session at ___ p.m. pursuant to Section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001 s.25, in order to consider matters identified in Section 16.3 of the Regular Council Meeting Agenda of Tuesday, June 15, 2021, namely Items 16.3.1 to and including 16.3.7.

Confidential Closed Session Minutes, May 18, 2021 Regular Council Meeting
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal matters about identifiable individual(s).
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(d) Labour relations or employee negotiations.

Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(e) Litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board.
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose.

16.3.2

Victoria Manor Management Agreement Direction
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(k) 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 or local board.
Rod Sutherland, Director of Human Services

16.3.3

Disposition of 581 Highway 36, Lindsay
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(c) Proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land.
Robyn Carlson, City Solicitor

16.3.4

Policies Respecting Consultation with and Repatriation to First Nations, and Related Reconciliation Efforts
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose.
Robyn Carlson, City Solicitor

16.3.5

Mapleridge Mechanical Contracting Inc. v. The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes - Court File Number 19-142
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(e) Litigation or Potential Litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the Municipality or Local Board.
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose.

Robyn Carlson, City Solicitor

16.3.6

Paramedic Collective Bargaining
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(d) Labour relations or employee negotiations.
Liana Patterson, Manager, Human Resources

Staffing Update - Verbal Report
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal matters about identifiable individual(s).
Ron Taylor, Chief Administrative Officer

By-Law to Confirm the Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of Council of Tuesday, June 15, 2021

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