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

CC2020-03
Open Session Commencing at 1:00 p.m.
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 - February 18, 2020

Committee of the Whole Minutes - March 10, 2020

8.3.1

  • That the deputation of Frank Arnold and Anke Arnold, regarding relief from By-law 2018-039, being a By-law to Regulate Water and Wastewater Services, for 13 Sturgeon Rd. N., Omemee, be received.

8.3.2

  • That staff be directed to review the application of the flat rate charge versus the metered charge for sanitary sewer service, and how those fees are applied to single family dwellings and multi-unit properties, under By-law 2018-039, being a By-law to Regulate Water and Wastewater Services in the City of Kawartha Lakes; and

    That staff report back to the Committee of the Whole by the end of Q2, 2020 with the outcome of that review.

8.3.3

  • That the deputation of Peter Howarth, regarding sewer rate relief request, be received.

8.3.4

  • That staff apply a one time sewer rate relief credit of $100.00 the water account held by Peter Howarth.

8.3.5

  • That the deputation of James R. Webster and Larry Phillips, regarding assistance to resolve an issue on title to 1899 Pigeon Lake Road, be received.

8.3.6

  • That the request from James R. Webster and Larry Phillips, for assistance to resolve an issue on title to 1899 Pigeon Lake Road, be referred to staff for review and report back at the April 7, 2020 Committee of the Whole Meeting.

8.3.7

  • That the presentation by Dave Gordon, Senior Advisor, Waste Division, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, regarding the transition of the blue box program to full producer responsibility, be received and referred to staff for a report back in Q2 of 2020.

8.3.8

  • That the presentation by Sara Johnston, Deputy Chief, Quality Assurance, and Julie Milne, Community Paramedic, regarding the Community Paramedicine Pilot Project, be received.

8.3.9

  • That staff report back at the March 24, 2020 Regular Council Meeting to outline any funding sources that are available to extend the Community Paramedicine Pilot Project for a further three month time period.

8.3.10

  • That the presentation by Brenda Stonehouse, Strategy and Innovation Specialist, regarding the Strategic Plan 2016-2019 final report video presentation, be received.

8.3.11

  • That Report CAO2020-003, 2016-2019 Strategic Plan Final Progress Report, be received.

8.3.12

  • That the presentation by Barbara Condie, Accessibility Officer, regarding 2019 Municipal Accessibility Master Plan Progress Report, be received.

8.3.13

  • That Report CLK2020-003, 2019 Municipal Accessibility Master Plan Progress Report, be received.

8.3.14

  • That Report CLK2020-004, Kawartha Lakes AAC 2019 Annual Activities Report and Proposed 2020 Work Plan, be received.

8.3.15

  • That Report CEM2020-002, Kawartha Lakes Cemetery Board Annual Report and 2020 Work Plan, be received.

8.3.16

  • That Report PRC 2020-001, Parks Advisory Committee Annual Report and 2020 Work Plan, be received.

8.3.17

  • That Report PRC 2020-004, Fenelon Falls Museum Board Annual Report and 2020 Work Plan, be received.

8.3.18

  • That Report PLAN2020-008, Environmental Advisory Committee (CKLEAC) 2020 Workplan, be received; and

    That the 2020 proposed Environmental Advisory Committee Work Plan as outlined in Appendix B to Report PLAN2020-008 be approved.

8.3.19

  • That Report ED2020-006, Municipal Heritage Committee Work Plan, be received; and

    That the 2020 Municipal Heritage Committee Work Plan as outlined in Appendix B be approved.

8.3.20

  • That Report ED2020-010, Downtown Revitalization Committee Annual Report and 2020 Workplan, be received.

8.3.21

  • That Report ED2020-013, Agricultural Development Advisory Committee 2020 Work Plan, be received; and

    That the Agricultural Development Advisory Committee 2020 Work Plan as outlined in Appendix B to Report ED2020-013 be approved.

8.3.22

  • That Report WM2020-004, Fenelon Landfill Public Review Committee 2019 Work Summary and 2020 Work Plan, be received; and

    That the 2020 Fenelon Landfill Public Review Committee Work Plan, as outlined in Appendix “A” to Report WM2020-004, be approved.

8.3.23

  • That Report WM2020-005, Lindsay Ops Landfill Public Review Committee 2019 Work Summary and 2020 Work Plan, be received; and

    That the 2020 Lindsay Ops Public Review Committee Work Plan attached to this report as Appendix A be approved by Council.

8.3.24

  • That Report WM2020-006, Waste Management Advisory Committee 2019 Work Summary and 2020 Work Plan, be received; and

    That 2020 Waste Management Advisory Committee Work Plan attached to this report as Appendix A be approved by Council.

8.3.25

  • That Report ENG2020-006, Kawartha Lakes Airport Advisory Committee Annual Report and 2020 Work Plan, be received.

8.3.26

  • That Report RS2020-001, Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of the Shoreline Road Allowance adjacent to 8 Black River Road, Dalton, be received;

    That the subject property, being the shoreline road allowance adjacent to 8 Black River Road, Dalton and legally described as Part of the Shoreline Road Allowance, Part of Lot 31, Concession 13, in the Geographic Township of Dalton, City of Kawartha Lakes, be declared surplus to municipal needs;

    That the closure of the subject shoreline road allowance and sale to the adjoining landowner 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 staff be directed to commence the process to stop up and close the said portion of road allowance;

    That a by-law (with any amendments deemed necessary) to close the road and authorize its disposition shall be passed if appropriate; and

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

8.3.27

  • That Report RS2020-002, Land Disposition Procedure, be received;

    That By-law 2018-020 be amended to require that, for all properties that are for sale subject to appraisal, a report containing the appraisal be presented to Council prior to final disposition of the property; and

    That an amending by-law be put before Council.

8.3.28

  • That Report RS2020-003, 180 Kent Street Lease – Innovation Cluster, be received; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the Lease Agreement attached as Appendix A on behalf of the Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes, being a Lease Agreement with the Innovation Cluster, Peterborough and the Kawarthas.

8.3.29

  • That Report RS2020-005, Rescind Council Policy C169-CAO-041, be received; and

    That Council rescind the Council Policy C169-CAO-041: Protocol to Address Dormant Outstanding Council Resolutions for the Land Management Department.

8.3.30

  • That Report RS2020-006, Rescind Council Policy 102-CAO-019, be received; and

    That Council rescind the Council Policy 102-CAO-019: Collection and Write-off for Provincial Offences Act Fines.

8.3.31

  • That Report CORP2020-002, Special Rate Area (SRA) Tax Levy Review, be received.

8.3.32

  • That street lights be moved from the Special Rate Area Tax Levy to the General Rate Tax Levy; and

    That the Special Rate Area Tax Levy for street lights be phased into the General Rate Tax Levy over the next four year assessment period.

8.3.33

  • That Report CORP2020-003, 2019 Q4 Capital Close, be received;

    That the capital projects identified in Attachment A to Report CORP2020-003 be approved to be closed due to completion;

    That the balances in the table below as per Attachment A be transferred to or from the corresponding reserves;

    Capital Projects Reserve

    $1,155,055.61

    Police Reserves

    $59,242.53

    That the following projects be granted an extension to June 30, 2020:

    • 928171901 – P&R Software M/Y 2017-19
    • 932170201 – Bethany Fire Hall Replacement M/Y 2017-19
    • 932172201 - Coboconk Fire Hall Upgrades
    • 953180100 – B&P Facilities

    That the following projects be granted an extension to December 31, 2020:

    • 928151500 – ERP System M/Y 2015-19
    • 997130801 – Eldon Landfill
    • 953170501 – 68 Lindsay St M/Y 2017-19
    • 998170300 – Water Distribution & WW Collection
    • 983170800 – WWW Road Restoration
    • 983160600 – Urban/Rural Reconstruction
    • 997166101 – Pump Chamber Construction
    • 998160201 – Water Operating Monitoring System
    • 998160501 – Pinewood Production Well
    • 998160801 – Fenelon Falls Water main Upgrades
    • 998161101 – Peel/York Water main Design
    • 998161501 – Wastewater Operating Monitoring System
    • 983170100 – Bridges
    • 983170300 – Urban/Rural Reconstruction
    • 998170100 – Water main Replacement
    • 932180100 – Fire Facilities
    • 932180300 – Fire Equipment
    • 950180100 – Parkland Siteworks
    • 950180200 – Parkland Facilities
    • 983180100 - Bridges
    • 983180300 – Urban/Rural Reconstruction
    • 983180700 – Road Lifecycle Extension
    • 983181100 – Traffic Signal Program
    • 983181200 – Parking Lots
    • 998180300 – Water Distribution & WW Collection
    • 998180400 – Water Treatment Program
    • 998180500 – Wastewater Treatment
    • 950190300 – Recreation Facilities
    • 950190400 – P&R Equipment
    • 950190500 – Cemetery Siteworks
    • 953190100 – B&P Facilities

    That project 950180306 – Bike Repair/Tire Pump Station be reclassified as a multi-year project as funding was secured through the 2020 Special Project Budget;

    That project 953180119 – Old Gaole Wall be reclassified as a multi-year project with a closing date of June 30, 2021; and

    That project 953200501- City Hall Systems M/Y 2020-22 be closed and $400,000 be transferred to 953180102 – City Hall Systems M/Y 2018-21.

8.3.34

  • That Report ED2020-008, Listing Properties on the Heritage Register, be received; and

    That the proposed listing of non-designated properties listed in Appendix A, with the exception of 91 Hartley Road, Eldon Township, be approved.

8.3.35

  • That Report HS2020-002, Employment Service System Transformation Update, be received for information.

8.3.36

  • That Report HH2020-002, Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit, be received for information purposes.

8.3.37

  • That Report SOC2020-001, Community Drug Strategy, be received; and

    That the formation of a community-based Advisory Group to support the Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland Drug Strategy, facilitated by City staff, be endorsed.

8.3.38

  • That Report FIRE2020-001, Emergency Management Program, be received; and

    That, in accordance with the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter E.9, the by-law to repeal and replace By-law 2004-157, as outlined in Appendix A to the report, be enacted to adopt the City of Kawartha Lakes Emergency Management Program and Emergency Response Plan.

8.3.39

  • That Report ENG2020-003, Update of the Roads 5 Year Plan, be received.

8.3.40

  • That Report WM2020-002, Review of tire collection at City landfills, be received;

    That Staff communicates and educates customers to use producer operated collection sites for tire recycling; and

    That Kawartha Lakes stops accepting tires for recycling at the City’s landfill sites as of July 1, 2020.

8.3.41

  • That Report WWW2020-002, Septage Disposal Rate Review, be received;

    That Staff be directed to prepare the necessary amendments to Schedule B of By-law 2018-039 “A By-law to Regulate Water and Wastewater Services in Kawartha Lakes”, attached as Appendix A to Report WWW2020-002; and

    That staff review rates in five (5) years and report to Council if any adjustments are recommended.

8.3.42

  • That Report WWW2020-003, Water and Wastewater Services Costing Review, be received.

8.3.43

  • That the January 24, 2020 correspondence from the Township of Cavan Monaghan, regarding off-road vehicles on boundary roads, be received and referred to staff for a report back at the May 12, 2020 Committee of the Whole meeting.

8.3.44

  • That the correspondence from Barry Baxter, President, Kawartha Lakes Haliburton Federation of Agriculture, regarding Bill 156, Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, be received;

    That Council supports the new proposed legislation, Bill 156: Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act; and

    That this resolution be forwarded to the Honourable Ernie Hardeman, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.

8.3.45

  • That the February 13, 2020 correspondence from Ann Davidson and Brian Brethour, of Country Club Heights Association, regarding a petition to amend by-law 2018-196, be received and referred to staff for report back at the April 7, 2020 Committee of the Whole meeting.

8.3.46

  • That the memorandum from Councillor Yeo, regarding Increased Fees and Regulation Adjustments at Centennial Park, be received;

    That staff generate a report for Council outlining the rationale behind the increased fees/regulation adjustments and bring forward options to phase in, or restructure, new fees for park users; and

    That staff deliver the report to Council at the April, 2020 Council Meeting.

Planning Advisory Committee Minutes - March 11, 2020

  • That Report PLAN2020-007, respecting Part Lot 5, Concession 4, geographic Township of Verulam, Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities Inc. – Applications D01-2020-001 and D06-2020-003, be received; and

    That Report PLAN2020-007 respecting Applications D01-2020-001 and D06-2020-003 be referred back to staff to address any issues raised through the public consultation process and for further review and processing until such time that all comments have been received from all circulated agencies and City departments, and that any comments and concerns have been addressed.

  • That Report PLAN2020-010, respecting Part Lots 11 and 12, Concession 7, geographic Township of Emily, Applications D01-2019-006 and D06-2019-037, be received;

    That a By-law to implement an Official Plan Amendment respecting application D01-2019-006, be prepared by staff, and be referred to Council for approval and adoption;

    That a Zoning By-law Amendment respecting application D06-2019-037, be prepared by staff, and be referred to Council for approval and adoption; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of these applications.

  • That Report PLAN2020-011, respecting Part Lot 5, Concession 13, geographic Township of Manvers, Application D06-2020-001, be received;

    That a Zoning By-law Amendment respecting application D06-2020-001, be prepared by staff, and be referred to Council for approval and adoption; and

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

  • That Report PLAN2020-006, Part of Lot 18, Concession 5, Former Town of Lindsay, DDB Investment Group Limited – Applications D01-2019-003 and D06-2019-029, be received;

    That a By-law to implement the proposed Official Plan Amendment, substantially in the form attached as Appendix C to Report PLAN2020-006, be referred to Council for adoption;

    That the zoning by-law amendment, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report PLAN2020-006, 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 these applications.

  • That all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 10.1 and 10.2 of the Agenda be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered.

10.1

Water and Sanitary Servicing to #68 and #70 Russell Street West, Lindsay
Juan Rojas, Director of Engineering and Corporate Assets

  • That Report ENG2020-005, Water and Sanitary Servicing to #68 and #70 Russell Street West, Lindsay, be received;

    That an exemption to Section 7.01 (j) of By-Law 2018-039, being a By-Law To Regulate Water and Wastewater Services in the City of Kawartha Lakes, for vacant property at #70 Russell Street West, Lindsay, be approved by Council and fixed rates fees applied from October 2019 be refunded to the Owner;

    That if the Owner applies for a Municipal Service Connection for a single residential water and sanitary sewer service within a 10 year period from the date of removal of the services, and prior to December 31, 2029, the City will replace the single set of residential water and sanitary service laterals to property line of #68 and/or #70 Russell Street West, Lindsay, to serve one residential unit/lot, at the City’s expense;

    That Frontage Charges shall be deemed to have been paid for #68 and #70 Russell Street West, Lindsay; and

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

2020-07-OQ Gravel Resurfacing – Supply and Place Granular Material
Linda Lee, Buyer
Mike Farquhar, Supervisor, Technical Services

  • That Report PUR2020-010, 2020-07-CQ Gravel Resurfacing – Supply and Place Granular Material, be received;

    That Robert E. Young Construction Ltd. be selected for award of 2020-07-OQ Gravel Resurfacing – Supply and Place Granular Material for the total quoted amount of $1,762,233.45 plus HST;

    That subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreements to award the contract; and

    That the Procurement Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order.

Single Source to Ontario Clean Water Agency
Linda Lee, Buyer
Nafiur Rahman, Engineering and Assets

  • That Report PUR2020-011, Installation of UV Disinfection System and Pumps for the Fenelon Falls Water Treatment Plant, be received;

    That Council authorizes the expenditure of $419,244.84 not including HST for the installation of the UV Disinfection System & Pumps at the Fenelon Falls Water Treatment Plant; and

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

Request to Increase Purchase Order Approval for the Complete Design and Construction Documents and Contract Administration for the HVAC System Replacement at City Hall
Krystina Cunnington, Buyer
Jocelyn Gill, Supervisor Capital Project Delivery

  • That Report PUR2020-008, Request to increase the existing purchase order amount for the Design, Development of HVAC Systems at City Hall, be received;

    That Council authorize value of single source procurement for consulting services from +VG Architects for the Design, Development of HVAC System at City Hall from $77,750.00 to $313,250.00; a total increase of $235,500.00.

    That upon approval, the Financial Services Division be authorized to amend the purchase order for the revised amount proposed.

Transportation and Recycling of Mixed Construction and Demolition Material at Lindsay Ops Landfill
Marielle van Engelen, Buyer
Nikki Payne, Waste Technician II

  • That Report PUR2020-009, Transportation and Recycling of Mixed Construction and Demolition Material at Lindsay Ops Landfill, be received;

    That Durham Disposal Services Ltd. be selected for the award of the transportation and recycling of mixed construction and demolition material at the Lindsay Ops Landfill, on an as required basis, at a total estimated cost of $152,319 not including HST;

    That subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement to award the contract; and

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

2019 Annual Report on Council Remuneration and Expenses
Leanne Mitchell, Supervisor of Cost Accounting

  • That Report CORP2020-004, 2019 Annual Report on Council Remuneration and Expenses, be received for information purposes.

2019 Annual Waterworks Summary Report
Julie Henry, Quality Management and Policy Coordinator

  • That Report WWW2020-001, 2019 Annual Waterworks Summary Report, be received in accordance with reporting requirements of Ontario Regulation 170/03 Schedule 22 and Section 11 under the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 for the following municipal residential drinking water systems (DWS) owned by the City of Kawartha Lakes:

    • Birch Point Estates DWS
    • Bobcaygeon DWS
    • Canadiana Shores DWS
    • Fenelon Falls DWS
    • Janetville DWS
    • King’s Bay DWS
    • Kinmount DWS
    • Lindsay DWS
    • Manilla DWS (Woods of Manilla)
    • Manorview DWS
    • Mariposa Estates DWS
    • Norland DWS
    • Omemee DWS (Victoria Glen)
    • Pinewood DWS
    • Pleasant Point DWS Sonya DWS
    • Sonya DWS
    • Southview DWS
    • Victoria Place DWS
    • Western Trent DWS
    • Woodfield DWS
    • Woodville DWS.

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

  • That Report CS2020-005, Release of Woodville Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Funds, be received; and

    That the Woodville Lions Club be approved for funding in the amount of $130,000.00 with the allocation to come from the Woodville Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Reserve (3.24320).

Release of Kirkfield Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Funds
Craig Shanks, Director Community Services

  • That Report CS2020-006, Release of Kirkfield Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Funds, be received;

    That the Kirkfield Lions Club and Kirkfield and District Historical Society be approved for funding in the amount of $119,446.58 with the allocation to come from the Kirkfield Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Reserve (3.24250).

Norland Recreation Centre Volunteer Management Committee Terms of Reference
Shelley Cooper, Community Partnership and Programs Supervisor

  • That Report PRC2020-005, Norland Recreation Centre Volunteer Management Committee Terms of Reference, be received; and

    That the Norland Recreation Centre Volunteer Management Committee Terms of Reference, as outlined in Appendix A to Report PRC2020-005, be approved.

Assumption of Janetville United Church Cemetery
Cathy Sleep, Cemetery Administrator

  • That Report CEM2020-001, Assumption of Janetville United Church Cemetery, be received; and

    That Staff take the necessary action to assume ownership of Janetville United Church Cemetery as set out in the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act, 2002, Section 101.1 Subsections 1 to 8; and,

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

Memorandum Regarding Community Paramedicine Pilot Program Continuation
Jennifer Stover, Director of Corporate Services

  • That the Memorandum from Jennifer Stover, Director of Corporate Services, regarding Community Paramedicine Pilot Program Continuation, be received; and

    That the Community Paramedicine Pilot program be extended for a further _____ month(s) time period, at a cost of $_______ , to be funded from the efficiency grant in the Contingency Reserve.

13.

  • That the By-Laws shown in Section 13.1 of the Agenda, namely: Items 13.1.1 to and including 13.1.10 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

A By-law to Amend By-law 2018-020, Being the City Lands Disposition By-law for the City of Kawartha Lakes (Notice)

A By-law to Amend By-law 2018-020, Being the City Lands Disposition By-law for the City of Kawartha Lakes (Price for Road Allowances)

A By-law to Designate 264 Pleasant Point Road, Geographic Township of Fenelon in the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-law to Repeal and Replace Bylaw 2004-157 to adopt an Emergency Management Program and Emergency Response Plan in accordance with the requirements of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act in the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-Law to Amend the Town of Lindsay Official Plan to Re-designate Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (140 Angeline Street South – DDB Investment Group Limited)

A By-law to Amend the Town of Lindsay Zoning By-law No. 2000-75 to Rezone Land within the City Of Kawartha Lakes (140 Angeline Street South – DDB Investment Group Limited)

A By-law to Amend the Township of Emily Official Plan to Re-designate Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (88 Centreline Road - Caton)

A By-law to Amend the Township of Emily Zoning By-law 1996-30 to Rezone Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (88 Centreline Road - Caton)

A By-law to Amend the Township of Manvers Zoning By-law 87-06 to Rezone Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (281 Pigeon Creek Road - Prentice)

A By-law to Delegate Authority for Decisions to the Chief Administrative Officer in the City of Kawartha Lakes

  • 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 15.3 of the Regular Council Meeting Agenda of Thursday, March 19, 2020, namely Items 15.3.1 to and including 15.3.5.

Closed Session Minutes, Regular Council Meeting February 18, 2020
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters about Identifiable Individuals
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(e) Litigation Affecting the Municipality
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) Solicitor-client Privilege

15.3.2

Agricultural Development Advisory Committee 2020 Appointments
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters about Identifiable Individuals
Kelly Maloney, Economic Development Officer - Agriculture

15.3.3

Downtown Revitalization Advisory Committee 2020 Appointments
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters about Identifiable Individuals
Carlie Arbour, Economic Development Officer - Community

15.3.4

Cultural Centre Feasibility Task Force Appointments
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters about Identifiable Individuals
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer - Culture

15.3.5

Member Appointments - Committee of Adjustment
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters about Identifiable Individuals
Richard Holy, Manager of Planning

A By-Law to Confirm the Proceedings of a Regular Meeting of Council, Thursday, March 19, 2020

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