The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes

Minutes

Regular Council Meeting

CC2020-12
Open Session Commencing at 1:00 p.m. - Electronic Public 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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Mayor Letham called the Meeting to order at 1:00 p.m. Deputy Mayor P. O'Reilly and Councillors R. Ashmore, P. Dunn, D. Elmslie, T. Richardson, K. Seymour-Fagan, A. Veale and E. Yeo were in attendance.

CAO R. Taylor, City Clerk C. Ritchie, Deputy Clerk S. O'Connell and Deputy Clerk J. Watts were in attendance in Council Chambers.

Directors C. Marshall, B. Robinson, J. Rojas, C. Shanks, J. Stover, R. Sutherland, Chief of Paramedic Services A. Rafton, Chief of Paramedic Services R. Mellow and City Solicitor R. Carlson were in attendance electronically.

​The Meeting was opened with the singing of 'O Canada'.

​The Mayor asked those in attendance to observe a Moment of Silent Reflection.

  • CR2020-356
    Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByCouncillor Elmslie

    That the Agenda for the Open Session of the Regular Council Meeting of Tuesday, November 17, 2020, be adopted as circulated and with the following amendments:

    Additions Regarding the Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls (Item 18.1 on the Agenda)

    Item 6.1 Deputation by Dave Sturtevant

    Item 6.2 Deputation by Jo-Ann Kerr

    Item 6.3 Deputation by Lois Hatch

    Item 6.4 Deputation by Amanda Allan

    Item 6.5 Deputation by Sharon Larman

    Item 7.2 Correspondence from Doug Dickerson

    Item 7.3 Correspondence from Rick Chartier

    Carried

There were no declarations of pecuniary interest disclosed.

4.1

Councillor Elmslie:

  • Doug Cox, a member of the Fenelon Falls Lions Club, recently received an Award from the International President of the Lion's recognizing 50 years of service with the Lions Club.

Councillor Ashmore:

  • A Remembrance Day Ceremony was held at the Omemee Cenotaph on November 11th; the Omemee Legion and Elizabeth Peeters were thanked for their contribution to the Event.
  • The Wing House Restaurant has opened in the Village of Omemee.
  • The Dunsford Food Bank will be hosting a drive thru food drive at the Dunsford United Church on Sunday December 6th from 2:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Councillor Seymour-Fagan:

  • Remembrance Day Ceremonies were held in Bobcaygeon and Burnt River on November 11th; the organizers were thanked for coordinating the Events.
  • The Mingle & Jingle Event will be held in Bobcaygeon on November 21st and 22nd to highlight the merchants in Bobcaygeon while promoting local shopping.

Councillor Yeo:

  • A reinvented Santa Claus Parade will be held in Coboconk on December 6th. Businesses and residents along the parade route will have outdoor Christmas displays set up for viewing by vehicles; residents can travel along the route to view the displays.

Deputy Mayor O'Reilly:

  • A Remembrance Day Ceremony was held at the Lindsay Cenotaph on November 11th. The organizers were thanked for their contribution to the Event.
  • The Lindsay Light Up Event is being sponsored by the Lindsay and District Ministerial this holiday season. Residents can sign up for the Event which will award prizes for outdoor Christmas displays; information about the Event is available at LightUpLindsay.ca.
  • Councillor O'Reilly acknowledged and thanked the residents who have contributed to the Ops Community Centre since its opening over 45 years ago. The Community Centre became a community hub for residents of the former Ops Township . Councillor O'Reilly noted that he looks forward to the review of existing Libraries, Service Centre's and Arena's on the whole.

Councillor Richardson:

  • The Janetville Foodbank is looking for donations of non-perishable food items. Donations can be dropped off to the Foodbank which is beside the Janetville United Church.
  • The organizers of the Remembrance Day Ceremony that was held at the Lindsay Cenotaph on November 11th were thanked for organizing the Event.

4.2

CAO Taylor made following announcements:

  • The new Brandbook for Kawartha Lakes was introduced and a copy was circulated to Council.
  • The Community Paramedic Program has been extended; a video was shown to highlight the positive contribution the Program has on area residents.
  • Words of congratulations were offered to Chief of Paramedic Services A. Rafton on his retirement. Chief Rafton was thanked for his years of service to the community.
  • Chief of Paramedic Services R. Mellow was introduced to Council and welcomed to the organization.

Regular Council Meeting Minutes, October 20, 2020

  • CR2020-357
    Moved ByCouncillor Elmslie
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That the Minutes of the October 20, 2020 Regular Council Meeting, be received and adopted.

    Carried

Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
(Item 18.1 on the Agenda)
Dave Sturtevant

Dave Sturtevant spoke in opposition to the proposed sale of City owned lands on Juniper Street in Fenelon Falls.

  • CR2020-358
    Moved ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That the deputation of Dave Sturtevant, regarding the proposed sale of City owned lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls, be received.

    Carried

Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
(Item 18.1 on the Agenda)
Jo-Ann Kerr

Jo-Ann Kerr spoke in opposition to the proposed sale of City owned lands on Juniper Street in Fenelon Falls.

  • CR2020-359
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByCouncillor Dunn

    That the deputation of Jo-Ann Kerr, regarding the proposed sale of City owned land on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls, be received.

    Carried

Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
(Item 18.1 on the Agenda)
Lois Hatch

Lois Hatch spoke in opposition to the proposed sale of City owned lands on Juniper Street in Fenelon Falls.

  • CR2020-360
    Moved ByCouncillor Elmslie
    Seconded ByCouncillor Richardson

    That the deputation of Lois Hatch, regarding the proposed sale of City owned land on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls, be received.

    Carried

Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
(Item 18.1 on the Agenda)
Amanda Allan

Amanda Allan spoke in opposition to the proposed sale of City owned lands on Juniper Street in Fenelon Falls.

  • CR2020-361
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor Dunn

    That the deputation of Amanda Allan, regarding the proposed sale of City owned land on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls, be received.

    Carried

Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
(Item 18.1 on the Agenda)
Sharon Larman

Sharon Larman spoke in opposition to the proposed sale of City owned land on Juniper Street in Fenelon Falls.

  • CR2020-362
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore

    That the deputation of Sharon Larman, regarding the proposed sale of City owned land on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls, be received.

    Carried

Correspondence Regarding Snow Removal in Downtown Lindsay
Steve Podolsky, Vice-Chair, Lindsay Downtown BIA Board of Directors

  • CR2020-363
    Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly

    That the October 29, 2020 correspondence from Steve Podolsky, Vice-Chair, Lindsay Downtown Business Improvement Association, regarding snow removal in Downtown Lindsay, be received.

    Carried
  • CR2020-364
    Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly

    That a Pilot Project be put in place for Downtown Area's for the 2020/2021 winter season, waiving the current policy(cies) and By-Law one year;

    That Downtown Lindsay receive the same level of sidewalk service as other Downtown Areas in the City;

    That the level of service be adjusted so that the snowbank removal in all Downtown Areas be triggered at .5 meters instead of .9 meters;

    That Staff be directed to apply a heightened level of service in back municipal parking lots during the winter months; and

    That Staff report back to Council on the service level adjustments by the end of Q2, 2021.

    Carried

Correspondence Regarding the Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
Doug Dickerson

Correspondence Regarding the Proposed Sale of City Owned Lands on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls
(Item 18.1 on the Agenda)

Rick Chartier

  • CR2020-365
    Moved ByCouncillor Elmslie
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That the correspondence from Doug Dickerson, noted as Item 7.2 on the Agenda, and Rick Chartier, noted as Item 7.3 on the Agenda, regarding the proposed sale of City owned land on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls, be received.

    Carried

Request for a Pedestrian Crosswalk on Lindsay Street/Highway 121, Fenelon Falls
Jayne Barthorpe

  • CR2020-366
    Moved ByCouncillor Elmslie
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That the petition received from Jayne Barthorpe, regarding a request for a pedestrian crosswalk on Lindsay Street/Highway 121, Fenelon Falls, be received; and

    That the petition be referred to Staff as part of the planned improvements for Lindsay Street/Highway 121 in Fenelon Falls.

    Carried

Committee of the Whole Minutes, November 3, 2020

  • CR2020-367
    Moved ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That the Minutes of the November 3, 2020 Committee of the Whole Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 10.3 of the Agenda, be adopted.

    Carried

10.3.1

  • That the deputation of Roberto Mangoni, regarding the proposed listing of 100 Front Street East, Bobcaygeon on the heritage register, be received.

    Carried

10.3.2

  • That the deputation, and supplementary correspondence, of Betty Giutsos, regarding a request for sidewalks along Commerce Road, Lindsay, be received; and

    That Staff be requested to review the connectivity of Commerce Road, Lindsay, and report back by the end of Q2, 2021 with the options that are available for sidewalk installation.

    Carried

10.3.3

  • That the deputation, and supplementary correspondence, of Mike Perry and Dennis Geelan, regarding resident efforts to adjust to the new normal under the COVID-19 Pandemic, be received.

    Carried

10.3.4

  • That the deputation, and supplementary correspondence, of Richard Fedy and John Bush, regarding a request for the creation of a pedestrian pathway in Bobcaygeon, be received; and

    That the matter be referred to Staff for review and report back to Council by the end of Q2, 2021.

    Carried

10.3.5

  • That the October 26, 2020 correspondence from Simon Fung, of Borden Ladner Gervais, LLP, regarding a proposed growers retail store at 566 Frank Hill Road, Kawartha Lakes, be received.

    Carried

10.3.6

  • That the presentation of the 2020 Bee Hero Awards by Councillor Richardson and Pat Warren, to award recipients Marylee Boston, Glenna Burns, Betty Jewell, Jennifer Morris, Catherine Pentiricci, Brynley and Bryce Ridgeway and the Lindsay Community Garden, be received; and

    That congratulations be extended to all of the 2020 Bee Hero Award recipients.

    Carried

10.3.7

  • That the presentation by Rebecca Mustard, Manager of Economic Development, regarding the Economic Recovery Task Force, and the presentation by John Gillis, President of Innovation Cluster-Peterborough and the Kawarthas, regarding the City of Kawartha Lakes Innovation Cluster, be received.

    Carried

10.3.8

  • That Report ED2020-23, Economic Recovery Task Force Recommendations, be received;

    That permit fees for park use, patios and events in 2021 be waived, with forecasted reduced revenue identified in the 2021 budget;

    That the downtown Fenelon Falls reconstruction project be included as a decision unit in the 2021 capital budget;

    That an increase in garbage cans and frequency of waste pick up in our downtowns and major parks be costed and included as a decision unit in the 2021 budget;

    That portable washrooms and associated directional signage in our downtowns and parks be costed and included as a decision unit in the 2021 budget;

    That accelerated investment in our boat launches and trails for improved access and enjoyment be costed and included as a decision unit in the 2021 budget;

    That Council supports the work of EORN and EOWC for the Eastern Ontario “1 GIG” proposal for increased broadband capacity;

    That Council directs staff to develop a cultural sector recovery grant program for 2021, which could be applied to operating costs for our arts and culture community, and report back to council on the scope of the program by end of Q1 2021;

    That Council approves a modified extension to the Kawartha Lakes Innovation Cluster Pilot program until December 31, 2021, through in-kind support to provide specific support for high growth businesses; and

    That Council endorses the Economic Recovery Task Force Action Plan as provided in Appendix A to this report.

    Carried

10.3.9

  • That the correspondence provided by Mike Perry and Dennis Geelan, regarding Item 4.3 on the Agenda for the November 3, 2020 Committee of the Whole Meeting, be forwarded to the Economic Recovery Task Force for review and consideration.

    Carried

10.3.10

  • That the presentation by Amy Terrill and Heather Kirby, Co-Chairs of the Community Pandemic Recovery Task Force, regarding the Community Pandemic Recovery Task Force, be received.

    Carried

10.3.11

  • That Report HS2020-005, Community Pandemic Recovery Task Force Recommendations, be received;

    That staff be directed to develop a framework for a Kawartha Lakes Community Recovery Fund to support pandemic recovery and relief efforts for non-profit and community service providers in the broader health and human services sector, including the identification of the scope and criteria for the fund; funding levels and source for presentation to Council in the first quarter of 2021;

    That the proposed Kawartha Lakes Community Recovery Fund incorporate the 2021 Lindsay Legacy CHEST Fund allocation for eligible proposals within Lindsay;

    That staff be directed to proceed with modifying the 2021 and 2022 50/50 Community Project Capital Funding Program, Beautification Program and any other City Funding Program application process by waiving the requirement for a matching contribution from applicants; and

    That staff be directed to identify internal resources and external supports that could be made available for workshops and information sessions to community organizations in support of pandemic response and recovery and develop a 2021 schedule for delivery.

    Carried

10.3.12

  • That the presentation by Rory Baksh, Merrilees Willemse and Ian Borsuk, of Dillon Consulting, regarding the Fenelon Falls Second Crossing Environmental Assessment, be received.

    Carried

10.3.13

  • That Report ENG2020-023, Fenelon Falls Second Crossing EA Presentation, be received.

    Carried

10.3.14

  • That Staff, in coordination with Dillon Consulting, hold a Public Information Centre in Fenelon Falls to update residents on the proposed recommendations for the Fenelon Falls Second Crossing before the recommendations are presented to Council for consideration by the end of Q2, 2021; and

    That Staff, in coordination with Dillon Consulting, explore the option of creating a by-pass using the existing Mitchell's Bridge over the Burnt River and analyze stop sign configuration along that route to improve the flow of traffic.

    Carried

10.3.15

  • That Report CORP2020-009, 2020 Q2Capital Close, be received;

    That the capital projects identified in Attachment A to Report CORP2020-009 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;

    Reserve                                                                 Report Closing Balance

    Capital Contingency Reserve                                 $316,626.73

    Victoria Manor Capital Reserve                              $22,856.17

    Public Works Fleet Reserve                                   $221,368.81

    Police Reserves                                                     $27,049.68

    Sewer Infrastructure Reserve                                 $15,851.90

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

    • 950151801 - ***Logie Park
    • 950153301 - ***Shoreline Restoration
    • 928171901 - ***P&R Software
    • 932172201 - ***Coboconk Fire Hall Upgrades
    • 983191001 – 2019 Streetlighting
    • 983191301 – 2019 Municipal Drains
    • 997190201 – 2019 Lindsay Landfill Electricity System
    • 928190100 – 2019 IT Systems
    • 938190300 – 2019 Paramedic Equipment
    • 998190400 – 2019 WWW Study & Special Projects
    • 983181400 – 2018 Gravel Road Rehabilitation
    • 983190100 – 2019 Bridges
    • 983190300 – 2019 Urban/Rural Reconstruction
    • 983190400 – 2019 Urban/Rural Resurfacing
    • 983190500 – 2019 Rural Resurfacing
    • 983190700 – 2019 Road Lifecycle Extension
    • 983191100 – 2019 Traffic Systems
    • 983191400 – 2019 Parking Lots
    • 997190100 – 2019 Landfill Siteworks
    • 998190100 – 2019 Water Treatment Program
    • 998190200 – 2019 Wastewater Treatment
    • 998190300 – 2019 Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection

    That the following projects be granted an extension to June 30, 2021:

    • 987180100 - ***2018 Airport Siteworks
    • 987190100 - ***2019 Airport Siteworks
    • 987190200 - ***GPS Approach Signals


    That the following projects be granted an extension to December 31, 2021:

    • 928151500 - ***ERP System
    • 987190301 - ***Airport Capital Plan
    • 999190101 – ***Record Document Management System
    • 987200100 - ***2020 Airport Siteworks

    That the following projects be reclassified as Multi-year projects:

    • 950190201 – Centennial Park Washrooms
    • 953180119 – Old Gaol Wall
    • 969190101 – Victoria Manor Concept Design; and

    That project 953200501 – M/Y City Hall Systems be closed and combined with 953180101 – M/Y City Hall HVAC Systems.

    Carried

10.3.16

  • That Report CORP2020-016, Incentives/Relief for Non-Profit Medical Trusts, be received.

    Carried

10.3.17

  • That Report ED2020-022, Listing Properties on the Heritage Register, be received; and

    That the proposed listing of non-designated properties on the City of Kawartha Lakes Heritage Register included in Appendix A, save and except for the property located at 100 Front Street East, Bobcaygeon, be approved as amended.

    Carried

10.3.18

  • That Report ED2020-025, Proposed Designation of 28 Boyd Street, Bobcaygeon, be received;

    That the Municipal Heritage Committee’s recommendation to designate 28 Boyd Street 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.

    Carried

10.3.19

  • That Report WM2020-011, Textile Recycling Pilot Program, be received;

    That Staff issue a Request for Proposal to partner with an organization to develop and implement a textile recycling pilot program for 2021; and

    That Staff report the results of the pilot program and future recommendations for textile recycling to Council by June 30, 2022.

    Carried

10.3.20

  • That Report WWW2020-007, Sanitary Infrastructure Subsidy and Loan Program, be received;

    That Staff report back to Council on the impact of the implementation of a proposed Backwater Valve Installation Subsidy Program, as outlined as Option 1 within Report WWW2020-007, limiting subsidy to 50% contributions; and

    That the report back include a full overview of the proposed Subsidy Program including the criteria to be met by applicants, the application process and any impact that the maximum annual program budget for the proposed Subsidy Program will have on the Water/Wastewater Operating Budget.

    Carried

10.3.21

  • That Report WWW2020-008, Drinking Water Quality Management System Review and Endorsement, be received;

    That the City of Kawartha Lakes Water and Wastewater Quality Management System be endorsed by Council;

    That the City of Kawartha Lakes Water and Wastewater Quality Management System Policy statements be adopted;

    That the Ontario Clean Water Agency Quality Management System Policy statements be received and endorsed;

    That the external surveillance audit report for the Water and Wastewater Division (as the accredited Operating Authority) be received;

    That the external surveillance audit report for Ontario Clean Water Agency (as the accredited Operating Authority) be received; and

    That the City of Kawartha Lakes Water and Wastewater Division Management Review Summary be received.

    Carried

10.3.22

  • That Report RD2020-001, Street Sweepings Characterization and Potential for Reuse, be received; and

    That Staff be directed to explore practicality and implement increased diversion of street sweepings from the City’s landfills where cost beneficial through use during other road maintenance activities.

    Carried

10.3.23

  • That Report RS2020-011, Regulation of Nuisance associated with Cannabis Cultivation and Processing Operations within the City of Kawartha Lakes, be received;

    That a by-law to amend the Property Standards By-law in the form attached as Appendix “A” be placed before the Agricultural Development Advisory Committee for review and comment;

    That an amendment to the Fees and Charges By-law substantially in the form attached as Appendix “B” be forwarded to Council for adoption; and

    That a further report come forward from Development Services, by the end of Q1, 2021, to discuss potential by-law amendments to the various Zoning By-laws in force and effect throughout the municipality, following statutory public consultation.

    Carried

Planning Advisory Committee Minutes, November 4, 2020

  • CR2020-368
    Moved ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That the Minutes of the November 4, 2020 Planning Advisory Committee Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 11.3 of the Agenda, save and except for Item 11.3.4, be adopted.

    Carried

11.3.1

  • That Report PLAN2020-049, Part of Lots 24 & 25, Concession 4, Geographic Township of Ops, Former Town of Lindsay, Ibrans Developments Ltd. – Applications D01-2020-006, D06-2020-024 and D05-2020-001, be received; and

    That PLAN2020-049 respecting Applications D01-2020-006, D06-2020-024 and D05-2020-001 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.

    Carried

11.3.2

  • That Report PLAN2020-053, Part of Lot 23, Concession 8, geographic Township of Manvers, City of Kawartha Lakes, identified as 174 Highway 7A, Connor – D06-2020-009, be received; and

    That the application be referred back to staff until such time as all comments have been received from all circulated agencies and City Departments, and for further review and processing.

    Carried

11.3.3

  • That Report PLAN2020-043, respecting Source Water Protection Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments, be received;

    That a By-law to implement the proposed Official Plan Amendment, substantially in the form attached as Appendix A to Report PLAN2020-043, be referred to Council for adoption;

    That the Zoning By-law Amendment, substantially in the form attached as Appendix B to Report PLAN2020-043, be referred to Council for adoption; and

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

    Carried

11.3.4

  • CR2020-369
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That Report PLAN2020-044, Additional Residential Units, be received and referred to Staff for review and report back at the December 2, 2020 Planning Advisory Committee.

    Carried

11.3.5

  • That Report PLAN2020-052, Zoning By-law Amendment for Liquidation Sales, be received;

    That a by-law containing Zoning By-law Amendments respecting Liquidation Sales, be prepared, approved and adopted by Council at the November 17, 2020 Regular Council Meeting; and

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

    Carried

11.3.6

  • That Report ENG2020-016, Registered Subdivision Agreement Status Update, be received; and

    That Staff be directed to continue to provide annual updates for continued communication, process improvement, and to support the development community.

    Carried

11.3.7

  • That Report ENG2020-017, Assumption of Gilson Point Subdivision, Mariposa, be received;

    That the Assumption of Gilson Point Subdivision, Geographic Township of Mariposa, be approved;

    That an assumption by-law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix A, to Report ENG2020-017 be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

    Carried

The following items were requested to be extracted from the Consent Agenda:

Councillor Ashmore Items 12.1.1 and 12.1.3

Councillor Dunn Item 12.1.2

  • Moved ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Ashmore

    That all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 12.1 of the Agenda, save and except for Items 12.1.1, 12.1.2 and 12.1.3. be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered.

    Carried

12.1

Procurement Reports 2019 Q4; 2020 Q1, Q2 and Q3
Launa Macey, Supervisor of Procurement

  • CR2020-370

    That Report PUR2020-026, Procurement Reports 2019 Q4; 2020 Q1, Q2 and Q3, be received; and

    That Project 991200201, being the Culvert Replacement on St. Lukes Road, be funded from Capital Reserves (1.32045) in the amount of $21,954.74.

    Carried

2020-33-SS Transportation and Recycling of Mixed Construction and Demolition Material at Lindsay Ops Landfill
Marielle van Engelen, Buyer
Nikki Payne, Waste Technician II

  • CR2020-371

    That Report PUR2020-030, 2020-33-SS Transportation and Recycling of Mixed Construction and Demolition Material at Lindsay Ops Landfill, be received;

    That the current contract with Durham Disposal Services Ltd. for the transportation and recycling of mixed construction and demolition material at the Lindsay Ops Landfill, on an as required basis, be extended to December 31, 2021 for 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 an amending agreement to award the extension; and

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

    Carried

2020-70-OP General Insurance and Risk Management Program
Ashley Wykes, Buyer
Jolene Ramsay, Insurance Risk Management Coordinator

  • CR2020-372

    That Report PUR2020-031, 2020-70-OP General Insurance and Risk Management Program, be received;

    That Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc. being the highest scoring proponent be awarded 2020-70-OP General Insurance and Risk Management Program for the term January 1, 2021 to January 1, 2022 and the annual premium be funded through the 2021 Operating Budget;

    That Council authorize the option of the renewal term of four (4) additional, one (1) year terms with Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc. contingent on satisfactory negotiations with regards to pricing and service performance;

    That all surplus 2021 Insurance Premium operating budget be placed in the Insurance Reserve to fund future premium increases and any claim expense overages within the City’s increased self-insured retention; and

    That subject to the receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute an agreement.

    Carried

A By-Law to Deem Lot 11, Registered Plan 175, 12 Treewood Lane, Geographic Township of Bexley (Walker & Thornbury) – Planning File D30-2020-005 (Walker &Thornbury)
Kent Stainton, Planner II

  • CR2020-373

    That Report PLAN 2020-054, respecting Lot 11 & Part of Block D, Registered Plan 175, former Geographic Township of Bexley, Walker & Thornbury – Application D30-2020-005 be received;

    That a Deeming By-law respecting Lot 11, Registered Plan 175, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report PLAN2020-054, be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

    Carried

A By-Law to Deem Lot 24, Plan 386 (90 River Road), Geographic Township of Somerville (Cowling) – Planning File D30-2020-003
Jonathan Derworiz, Planner II

  • CR2020-374

    That Report PLAN2020-055, a By-Law to Deem Lot 24, Plan 386 (90 River Road), Geographic Township of Somerville (Cowling) – Planning File D30-2020-003, be received;

    That a Deeming By-law respecting Lot 24, Plan 386, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report Plan 2020-055, be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

    Carried

A By-Law to Deem Lot 10, Plan 360 (82 Fulsom Crescent), Geographic Township of Carden (Chafe) – Planning File D30-2020-002
Jonathan Derworiz, Planner II

  • CR2020-375

    That Report PLAN2020-056, a By-law to Deem Lot 10, Plan 360 (82 Fulsom Crescent), Geographic Township of Carden (Chafe) – Planning File D30-2020-002, be received;

    That a Deeming By-law respecting Lot 10, Plan 360, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report Plan 2020-056, be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

    Carried

Electronic Petition Options
Joel Watts, Deputy Clerk

  • CR2020-376
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByCouncillor Richardson

    That Report CLK2020-006, Electronic Petition Options, be received;

    That an amendment to the City’s Procedural By-law be presented at the December 15, 2020 Regular Council Meeting for approval, providing for electronic petitions using the City’s existing public engagement tool “Jump In” website (Option 1); and

    That implementation of the electronic petitions would be scheduled in Q1 of 2021.

    Carried

2021 Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule
Cathie Ritchie, City Clerk
Sarah O'Connell, Deputy Clerk

  • CR2020-377
    Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That Report CLK2020-007, 2021 Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule, be received.

    Carried
  • Moved ByCouncillor Dunn
    Seconded ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan

    That the schedule for Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meetings for 2021, as outlined in Appendix A to Report CLK2020-007, be approved, with the following amendments:

    • That all proposed Committee of the Whole Meeting be made Regular Council Meetings
    • That all Regular Council Meetings be held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month; and
    • That all Planning Advisory Committee Meetings be held on the first Wednesday of each month.
    Motion Failed
  • CR2020-378
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That the schedule for Council, Committee of the Whole and Planning Advisory Committee Meetings for 2021, as outlined in Appendix A to Report CLK2020-007, be approved.

    Carried

2021 Proposed Amendments to By-Law 2018-234, Being the Consolidated Fees By-Law for the City of Kawartha Lakes
Linda Liotti, Manager of Revenue and Taxation

  • CR2020-379
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan

    That Report CORP2020-017, 2021 Proposed Amendments to By-law 2018-234 – Consolidated Fees By-law, be received.

     

    Carried
  • CR2020-380
    Moved ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That the recommended fees and charges amendments be brought forward through the necessary amending by-law for adoption at the December 15, 2020 Council Meeting.

    ForAgainstAbsent
    Councillor RichardsonX
    Councillor AshmoreX
    Mayor LethamX
    Councillor DunnX
    Councillor ElmslieX
    Deputy Mayor O'ReillyX
    Councillor Seymour-FaganX
    Councillor VealeX
    Councillor YeoX
    Results720
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    Carried

Public Consultation Results for Service Road Renaming at Meadowview Road and Highway 7
Joel Watts, Deputy Clerk

  • CR2020-381
    Moved ByCouncillor Richardson
    Seconded ByCouncillor Veale

    That Report CLK2020-008, Public Consultation Results for Service Roads Renaming at Meadowview Road and Highway 7, be received;

    That the new service road (formerly Highway 7) created by the Ministry of Transportation north of Meadowview Road with its realignment of Highway 7 in the former Township of Emily be renamed to Fallaise Court;

    That the new service road (formerly Highway 7) created by the Ministry of Transportation south of Meadowview Road with its realignment of Highway 7 in the former Township of Emily be renamed to Cityview Heights:

    That the Office of the City Clerk send notice to all affected parties regarding the renaming of the service roads in accordance with the Notice By-law; and

    That subject to any significant objections raised from the affected parties in the notice period, that a by-law to rename and readdress both service roads be prepared, approved, and adopted by Council at the December 15, 2020 Regular Council Meeting.

    Carried

14.

The mover requested the consent of Council to read the by-laws by number only.

  • CR2020-382
    Moved ByCouncillor Ashmore
    Seconded ByDeputy Mayor O'Reilly

    That the By-Laws shown in Section 14.1 of the Agenda, namely: Items 14.1.1 to and including 14.1.17, save and except for Items 14.1.11 and 14.1.12, be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

    Carried

A By-Law to Authorize Borrowing of Serial Debentures $8,150,342.37 (to be circulated with the Amended Agenda)

A By-Law to Authorize Borrowing of Serial Debentures $13,971,670.35 (to be circulated with the Amended Agenda)

A By-Law to Stop Up and Close Deane Street on Plan 8P between Holtom Street and Dobson Street, Except Part 3 on Plan 57R-9577, in the Geographic Town of Lindsay, City of Kawartha Lakes, designated as Part 2 on Plan 57R-9577, and to Authorize the Sale of the Land to the Abutting Owner

A By-Law to Authorize the Sale of Municipally Owned Property Legally Described Block D, Plan 386, in the Geographic Township of Somerville, City of Kawartha Lakes Designated as Parts 2 and 3 on Plan 57R-10763 Being Part of PIN: 63119-0232 (LT) and to Repeal and Replace By-Law 2019-151

A By-Law to Stop Up and Close Part of the Road Allowance Legally Described as Part of the Road Allowance between Lot 18 and Lot 19, Concession 2, in the Geographic Township of Somerville, City of Kawartha Lakes designated as Parts 6 and 7 on Plan 57R-10763 Being Part of PIN: 63119-0195 (LT) and to Repeal and Replace By-Law 2019-152

A By-Law to Stop Up and Close Part of the Road Allowance between Concessions 3 and 4, and Part of Lot 21, Concession 3, in the Geographic Township of Verulam, City of Kawartha Lakes, Designated as Parts 1-10 on Plan 57R-10775, Being Part of PIN: 63123-0413 (LT), and to Authorize the Sale of the Land to the Abutting Owners

A By-Law to Authorize the Sale of Municipally Owned Property Legally Described as Part of Lots 7 and 8, Block O, on Registered Plan No. 1, in the Geographic Town of Lindsay, City of Kawartha Lakes, described as Part 1 on Plan 57R-10824, Being Part of PIN: 63219-0003 (LT)

A By-Law Imposing Special Annual Drainage Rates Upon Land in Respect of Which Money is Borrowed under the Tile Drainage Act (Allison)

A By-Law to Amend The City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan to Add Policies and Amend Schedules to Land Within The City of Kawartha Lakes (Source Water Protection)

A By-Law To Amend The Following 14 Zoning By-Laws To Rezone Land Within The City Of Kawartha Lakes (Source Water Protection)

Village of Bobcaygeon Zoning By-Law No. 16-78
Township of Eldon Zoning By-Law No. 94-14
Township of Emily Zoning By-Law No. 1996-30
Township of Fenelon Zoning By-Law No. 12-95
Village of Fenelon Falls Zoning By-Law No. 89-25
Townships of Laxton, Digby, Longford Zoning By-Law No. 32-83
Town of Lindsay Zoning By-Law No. 2000-75
Township of Manvers Zoning By-Law No. 87-06
Township of Mariposa Zoning By-Law No. 94-07
Oak Ridges Moraine Zoning By-Law No. 2005-133
Village of Omemee Zoning By-law No. 1993-15
Township of Ops Zoning By-Law No. 93-30
Township of Somerville Zoning By-Law No. 78-45
Township of Verulam Zoning By-law No. 6-87

A By-Law to Amend The Following 18 Zoning By-Laws within The City of Kawartha Lakes (Liquidation Sales):

Village of Bexley Zoning By-Law No. 93-09
Village of Bobcaygeon Zoning By-Law No. 16-78
Township of Carden Zoning By-Law No. 79-2
Township of Dalton Zoning By-Law No. 10-77
Township of Eldon Zoning By-Law No. 94-14
Township of Emily Zoning By-Law No. 1996-30
Township of Fenelon Zoning By-Law No. 12-95
Village of Fenelon Falls Zoning By-Law No. 89-25
Townships of Laxton, Digby, Longford Zoning By-Law No. 32-83
Town of Lindsay Zoning By-Law No. 2000-75
Township of Manvers Zoning By-Law No. 87-06
Township of Mariposa Zoning By-Law No. 94-07
Village of Omemee Zoning By-law No. 1993-15
Township of Ops Zoning By-Law No. 93-30
Township of Somerville Zoning By-Law No. 78-45
Village of Sturgeon Point By-Law No. 339
Township of Verulam Zoning By-Law No. 6-87
Village of Woodville Zoning By-Law No. 93-9

A By-Law to Assume Gilson Point Subdivision, Plan 57M-764, specifically Gilson Street, PIN: 63195-0150, and Wall Street, PIN: 63195-0143, the Stormwater Management Pond, Block 26, PIN: 63195-0137, and the associated 0.3 metre reserves, Blocks 23, 24, and 25, PINs: 63195-0122, 63195-0149, and 63195-0144, respectively, Geographic Township of Mariposa, The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-Law To Deem Part of a Plan of Subdivision, Previously Registered for Lands Within Kawartha Lakes, Not to be a Registered Plan of Subdivision In Accordance with The Planning Act PIN 63116-0205 (LT) Described as Lot 11, Plan 175, Geographic Township of Bexley, Now City of Kawartha Lakes (12 Treewood Lane)

A By-Law to Deem Part of a Plan of Subdivision, Previously Registered For Lands Within Kawartha Lakes, Not to be a Registered Plan of Subdivision in Accordance with The Planning Act Pin # 63119-0230 (LT) Lot 24, Plan 386, Geographic Township of Somerville, Now City of Kawartha Lakes (90 River Road)

A By-Law to Deem Part of a Plan of Subdivision, Previously Registered for Lands within Kawartha Lakes, Not to be a Registered Plan of Subdivision in Accordance with The Planning Act PIN # 63108-0120(LT), Described as Lot 10, Plan 1360, Geographic Township of Carden, Now City of Kawartha Lakes (82 Fulsom Crescent)

A By-Law to Amend The City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan to Allow Additional Residential Units Within The City of Kawartha Lakes

A By-Law To Amend The Oak Ridges Moraine Zoning By-Law No. 2005-133 To Rezone Land Within The City of Kawartha Lakes (Additional Residential Dwelling Units)

  • CR2020-383
    Moved ByCouncillor Elmslie
    Seconded ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan

    That the Closed Session agenda be adopted as circulated.

    Carried

There were no declarations of pecuniary interest disclosed.

  • CR2020-384
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByCouncillor Dunn

    That Council convene into closed session at 2:53 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, November 17, 2020, namely Items 16.3.1 to and including 16.3.4.

    Carried

Closed Session Minutes, Regular Council Meeting October 20, 2020
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters about Identifiable Individual
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(d) Labour Relations or Employee Negotiations
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(e) Litigation Affecting the Municipality
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) Advice that is Subject to Solicitor-Client Privilege

16.3.2

Disposition of City Owned Property on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls - Appraised Value
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(c) Proposed or Pending Acquisition or Disposition of Lands
Laura Carnochan, Law Clerk, Realty Services

16.3.3

Disposition of Lot 4, 5 and 6 on Plan 9, Fleetwood Road, Geographic Township of Manvers - Appraised Value
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(c) Proposed or Pending Acquisition or Disposition of Land
Christine Oliver, Law Clerk, Realty Services

16.3.4

Local Planning Appeal Tribunal - Case PL120217 - City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan 2012 and Secondary Plans
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 (2)(f) Advice that is Subject to Solicitor-Client Privilege, Including Communications Necessary for that Purpose

Robyn Carlson, City Solicitor
Chris Marshall, Director of Development Services

Item 6.3.1

The Confidential Closed Session Minutes of the October 20, 2020 Regular Council Meeting were approved.

Item 6.3.2

Council was provided an appraisal for the City-owned property located on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls and legally described as Lots 247, 248, 249, and 256 on Plan 57; Subject to R283173; Blake Street on Plan 100 Closed By R274935 Between Rock Street and Hill Street; Part of Hill Street on Plan 100 Closed by R274935; designated as Part 7 on Plan 57R-6341, in the Geographic Village of Fenelon Falls, City of Kawartha Lakes.

Item 6.3.3

Council was provided an appraisal for the City-owned property located at Lot 4, 5 and 6 on Plan 9, Fleetwood Road, in the Geographic Township of Manvers

Item 6.3.4

The City Solicitor provided an update to Council on Case PL120217 before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, being the City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan 2012 and Secondary Plans thereto, and received instruction pertaining to the same.

 

18.

A By-Law to Authorize the Sale of Municipally Owned Property Located on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls and Legally Described as Lot 249 on Plan 57 (PIN: 63149-0204 (LT)); Lot 256 on Plan 57; Subject to R283173 (PIN: 63149-0205 (LT)); Blake Street on Plan 100 Closed By R274935 Between Rock Street and Hill Street (PIN: 63149-0211 (LT)); Part of Hill Street on Plan 100 Closed by R274935, being Part 7 on Plan 57R-6341 (PIN: 63149-0212 (LT)); and Lot 247 and Lot 248 on Plan 57 (PIN: 63149-0234 (LT)) in the Geographic Township of Fenelon Falls, City of Kawartha Lakes

  • CR2020-390
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByCouncillor Elmslie

    That a by-law to Authorize the Sale of Municipally Owned Property Located on Juniper Street, Fenelon Falls and Legally Described as Lot 249 on Plan 57 (PIN: 63149-0204 (LT)); Lot 256 on Plan 57; Subject to R283173 (PIN: 63149-0205 (LT)); Blake Street on Plan 100 Closed By R274935 Between Rock Street and Hill Street (PIN: 63149-0211 (LT)); Part of Hill Street on Plan 100 Closed by R274935, being Part 7 on Plan 57R-6341 (PIN: 63149-0212 (LT)); and Lot 247 and Lot 248 on Plan 57 (PIN: 63149-0234 (LT)) in the Geographic Township of Fenelon Falls, City of Kawartha Lakes be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

    ForAgainstAbsent
    Councillor RichardsonX
    Councillor AshmoreX
    Mayor LethamX
    Councillor DunnX
    Councillor ElmslieX
    Deputy Mayor O'ReillyX
    Councillor Seymour-FaganX
    Councillor VealeX
    Councillor YeoX
    Results720
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    Carried

A By-Law to Confirm the Proceedings of the Regular Meeting of Council, November 17, 2020

  • CR2020-391
    Moved ByCouncillor Seymour-Fagan
    Seconded ByCouncillor Yeo

    That a by-law to confirm the proceedings of a Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, November 17, 2020 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

    Carried
  • CR2020-392
    Moved ByCouncillor Yeo
    Seconded ByCouncillor Dunn

    That the Council Meeting adjourn at 3:38 p.m.

    Carried

    Read and adopted this 15 day of December, 2020.


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