The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes
 
Agenda
 
Committee of the Whole Meeting

COW2022-06
Open Session Commencing at 1:00 p.m. - Public Attendance in Council Chambers is Available By Appointment
Council Chambers
City Hall
26 Francis Street, Lindsay, Ontario K9V 5R8
Members:
  • Mayor Andy Letham
  • Deputy Mayor Tracy Richardson
  • Councillor Ron Ashmore
  • Councillor Pat Dunn
  • Councillor Doug Elmslie
  • Councillor Patrick O'Reilly
  • Councillor Kathleen Seymour-Fagan
  • Councillor Andrew Veale
  • Councillor Emmett Yeo

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Access to a Proposed Xplornet Communications Tower Site at 892 Cambray Road
(Relating to Item 7.6 on the Agenda)
Sarah Duncan, Forbes Bros. Ltd.
Cyrus Ghassabeh, Forbes Bros. Ltd.

Request Regarding a Vacant Dock Space in Thurstonia
(Relating to Item 7.5 on the Agenda)
Sylvana Pacelli

Yellow Ribbon Animal Bite Awareness Campaign
Richard Ovcharovich, Manager, Health Protection Division, Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit

Stray and Feral Cats
(Relating to Item 7.1 on the Agenda)
Janice Jones-Skinner

Stray and Feral Cats
(Relating to Item 7.1 on the Agenda)
Martin Field

Lane Configuration on Cambridge Street South (Between Kent Street and Russell Street), Lindsay
(Relating to Item 8.1 on the Agenda)
Steve Podolsky, Board Chair, Lindsay Downtown BIA
Melissa McFarland, Executive Director, Lindsay Downtown BIA

Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of Road Allowance Adjacent to 64 Ridout Street, Lindsay
(relating to Item 7.3 on the Agenda)
Peter Petrosoniak

Accessibility Awareness Recognition Awards Presentation
Barb Condie, Accessibility Officer
Councillor Elmslie

Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care (CWELCC) Update
Janine Mitchell, Manager of Social Services

Omemee Wastewater Treatment Update
Juan Rojas, Director of Engineering and Corporate Assets
Steve Blakey, Greer Galloway Consulting Engineers
Sam Hutton, Greer Galloway Consulting Engineers

Cultural Centre Feasibility Study Findings
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer - Culture

Cultural Centre Feasibility Study Findings
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer - Arts and Culture

  • That Report ED2022-032, Cultural Centre Feasibility Study Findings, be received;

    That the “Feasibility Study for a Cultural Centre(s) in the City of Kawartha Lakes”, dated May 27, 2022, including recommendations and conclusions, prepared by Nordicity and Giaimo, and attached as Appendix A, be endorsed;

    That up to $100,000.00 be included in the 2023 Special Project budget to initiate Phase 2 – site exploration, selection and feasibility analysis;

    That Council thank the Task Force and its members: Susan Taylor; Athol Hart; Patrick Murphy; Barbara Doyle and former members Dianne Lister and Beverly Jeeves for their essential service; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Stray and Feral Cats
Aaron Sloan, Manager of Municipal Law Enforcement and Licensing

  • That Report, ML2022-001, Stray and Feral Cats, be received;

    That Council support Option Two, within Report ML2022-001, which is to establish a Stray and Feral Cat Pilot Project with a two (2) year term starting in 2023;

    That By-Law 2021-072, being a By-Law to Regulate Animals in the City of Kawartha Lakes, be amended to permit the Stray and Feral Cat Pilot Project, as outlined in Report ML2022-001 in Appendix C and to include licensing of cats;

    That the amount of $85,000.00 be added to 2023 Municipal Law Enforcement and Licensing services budget submission for consideration;

    That the necessary Amending By-Law be brought forward to Council for adoption; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of Road Allowance Adjacent to 69 Rose Street, Pleasant Point
Christine Oliver, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2022-033, Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of Road Allowance Adjacent to 69 Rose Street, Pleasant Point, City of Kawartha Lakes, be received;

    That the subject property, being a portion of road allowance adjacent to 69 Rose Street, Pleasant Point, City of Kawartha Lakes, and legally described as Lane E on Plan 123, City of Kawartha Lakes, be declared surplus to municipal needs;

    That the closure of a portion of road allowance 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 Council set the value of land at the higher of the appraised value or the minimum set price of $15.00 per linear foot of road allowance;

    That the sale be conditional upon the purchaser installing fencing to the City’s satisfaction, should the City retain land to the West of the purchased property;

    That staff be directed to commence the process to stop up and close 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;

    That a deeming by-law be passed contemporaneously with the disposition by-law if appropriate;

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

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of Road Allowance Adjacent to 64 Ridout Street, Lindsay
Laura Carnochan, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2022-035, Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure, and Sale of a Portion of Road Allowance adjacent to 64 Ridout Street, Lindsay, be received;

    That the subject property, being a portion of road allowance adjacent to 64 Ridout Street, Lindsay and legally described as Road Allowance between Lots 20 and 21, Concession 6, AKA Kent Street between Lindsay Street and Scugog River, in the Geographic Township of Ops, City of Kawartha Lakes, being Part of PIN: 63229-0243 (LT), be declared surplus to municipal needs;

    That the closure of the portion of road allowance 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 Council set the value of the land at the higher of the appraised value or the minimum set price of $20.00 per linear foot of road allowance adjacent to a river (based on a 66-foot width);

    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;

    That a deeming by-law be passed contemporaneously with the disposition by-law, if required;

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

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of Unopened Road Allowance known as Wellington Avenue and North Station Street Adjacent to 71 Sibley Avenue,  in the Geographic Village of Omemee, in the City of Kawartha Lakes
Christine Oliver, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2022-036, Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of the Unopened Road Allowances known as Wellington and North Station St. adjacent to 71 Sibley Ave, in the Geographic Village of Omemee, in the City of Kawartha Lakes, be received;

    That the subject property, being a portion of the unopened road allowances known as Wellington Ave. and North Station St. adjacent to 71 Sibley Ave, in the Geographic Village of Omemee, in the City of Kawartha Lakes;

    That the closure of the portion of unopened road allowances 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 Council set the value of the land at the higher of the appraised value and of the minimum set price of $15.00 per linear foot of interior road allowances;

    That Staff be directed to commence the process to stop up and close that said portion of the unopened road allowances;

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

    That a deeming by-law be passed contemporaneously with the disposition by-law, if necessary;

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

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Deputation Response to Vacant Dock Space Associated with 31 Pavillion Road, Verulam
Christine Oliver, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2022-037, Deputation Response to Vacant Dock Space Associated with 31 Pavillion Road, in the Geographic Township of Veralum, in the City of Kawartha Lakes, be received; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Proposed Entrance Requirements for a Proposed Xplornet Communications Tower Site at 892 Cambray Road
Ian Walker, Planning Officer - Large Developments

  • That Report PLAN2022-040, Xplornet Deputation Request – Entrance Requirements for 892 Cambray Road, Mariposa (D44-2021-008), be received; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Listing Properties on the Heritage Register
Emily Turner, Economic Development Officer - Heritage Planning

  • That Report ED2022-016, Listing Properties on the Heritage Register, be received;

    That the proposed addition of non-designated properties listed in Appendix A to the City of Kawartha Lakes Heritage Register be approved; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Service Club Signage
Rebecca Mustard, Manager of Economic Development

  • That Report ED2022-031, Service Club Signage, be received;

    That Council adopt the definition for a Service Club to mean a not-for-profit corporation or group, whose philanthropic principles and charitable actions are to address various community service needs in the municipality through direct hands on efforts or by raising money for other organizations;

    That Staff provide Council with an update on the status of a coordinated, strategic community sign standards program in Q3, 2022; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

City of Kawartha Lakes Artifact Policy
Laura Love, Economic Development Officer- Curatorial Services

  • That Report ED2022-033, City of Kawartha Lakes Artifact Policy, be received;

    That the policy entitled City of Kawartha Lakes Artifact Policy, appended to Report ED2022-033, be adopted, numbered and inserted in the Corporate Policy Manual; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Report Back on Operational Support for Cultural Organizations in Kawartha Lakes
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer - Arts and Culture

  • That Report ED2022-036, Report Back on Operational Funding for Cultural Organizations in Kawartha Lakes, be received for information; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Feral Pigs Action Plan
Kelly Maloney, Economic Development Officer - Agriculture

  • That Report ED2022-039, Feral Pigs Action Plan, be received;

    That the Kawartha Lakes Action Plan to Reduce Threats of Wild Pig Population Establishment be adopted;

    That a Level 1 Response be undertaken by staff; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Woodville Water Treatment Plant Capacity Assessment
Nafiur Rahman, Supervisor, Environmental Capital Project Management
Richard Holy, Director of Development Services

  • That Report ENG2022-017, Woodville Water Treatment Plant Capacity Assessment, be received; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Request for By-Law for Various Regulatory Signs in the City of Kawartha Lakes
Joseph Kelly, Senior Engineering Technician

  • That Report ENG2022-022, Request for By-law(s) for Various Regulatory Signs in The City of Kawartha Lakes, be received;

    That By-law(s) be passed to legitimize the existing regulatory signs as outlined in Table 1 of Report ENG2022-022;

    That the necessary By-law(s) for the above recommendations be forwarded to Council for adoption;

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

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Consolidated Stop Control Review on Various Intersections
Joseph Kelly, Senior Engineering Technician

  • That Report ENG2022-023, Consolidated Stop Control Review at Various Intersections, be received;

    That by-laws be passed to install stop controls as listed on Table 1 and Table 2 in Report ENG2022-023;

    That the necessary By-law(s) for the above recommendations be forwarded to Council for adoption;

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

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Request for Speed Reduction – Kawartha Lakes Road 45 (Monck Road)
Joseph Kelly, Senior Engineering Technician

  • That Report ENG2022-024, Request for Speed Reduction – Kawartha Lakes Road 45 (Monck Rd), be received;

    That the speed limit of Kawartha Lakes Road 45 (Monck Road) from Kirkfield Road to a point 600m east of Young Street be posted at 60 km/hr;

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

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

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Cost-Shared Upgrade of Kagawong Road
Adam Found, Manager of Corporate Assets

  • That Report CA2022-006, Cost-Shared Upgrade of Kagawong Road, be received;

    That Council Resolution CR2016-897 be rescinded;

    That a project to upgrade Kagawong Road from a gravel to highfloat surface be added to the 2022 Tax-Supported Capital Budget with a budget of $440,000.00 financed 50% by the Capital Contingency Reserve and 50% by funds to be received from a community trust fund established by project proponents whereby the project proceeds conditional upon the City Treasurer confirming receipt of the requisite funds from the community trust fund;

    That staff be authorized to procure the project through revisions to purchase orders issued under existing contracts, namely those associated with tenders numbered 2021-33-CQ, 2022-18-CQ and 2021-32-CQ;

    That the project be closed if the City Treasurer does not receive from the community trust fund the requisite funds in the form of a bank draft by December 9, 2022;

    That, upon completion and closure of the project, any surplus in the project be returned on a proportionate basis to the community trust fund without interest; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Long-Term Financial Plan 2022-2031
Jennifer Stover, Director of Corporate Services
Adam Found, Manager of Corporate Assets
Carolyn Daynes, City Treasurer

  • That Report CA2022-007, Long-Term Financial Plan 2022-2031, be received;

    That the Long-Term Financial Plan 2022-2031, attached as Appendix A to Report CA2022-007, be adopted for planning and budgeting purposes; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

2021 Annual Housing and Homelessness Plan Report
Michelle Corley, Human Services Manager, Housing

  • That Report HH2022-004, 2021 Annual Housing and Homelessness Plan (HHP) Report, be received for information; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Cambridge Street and William Street Turn Lanes 
Mayor Letham

  • That the Memorandum from Mayor Letham, regarding Cambridge and William Street Turn Lanes, be received;

    That the permanent turn lanes be applied to the top coat of asphalt from Cambridge and William onto Russell and from Cambridge onto Kent;

    That the turn lanes be returned to the original configuration (two lanes each way) and the maximum number of parking spaces on Cambridge and William be restored; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding a Community Safety Zone on Highway 7A, Bethany
Deputy Mayor Richardson

  • That the Memorandum from Deputy Mayor Richardson, regarding a Community Safety Zone on Highway 7A, be received;

    That Council support the creation of a Community Safety Zone on Highway 7A through Bethany;

    That Council support the extent of the Community Safety Zone as determined by the designee in the application to Ministry of Transportation ("MTO"); and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding Speed Bumps on Riverview Road in Lindsay
Councillor Dunn

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Dunn, regarding Speed Bumps on Riverview Road in Lindsay, be received;

    That Staff install in stock temporary speed bumps on Riverview Road;

    That Staff prepare a report on the feasibility of installing permanent speed bumps on Riverview Road;

    That this report be brought forward as part of the 2023 budget as a decision unit; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding Mandatory Connect Fees
Councillor Dunn

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Dunn, regarding Mandatory Connection Fees, be received; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding Mill Pond Bridge Cantilever Budget Request
Councillor Ashmore

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Ashmore, regarding the Mill Pond Bridge Cantilever Budget Request, be received;

    That Staff be authorized to change the scope of work, through single-source of the existing contractor(s), for the Omemee Mill Pond Bridge to include upgrades to the pedestrian deck;

    That these upgrades be funded from the approved project costs to an upset limit of $10,000.00; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding Speed Concerns on Kawartha Lakes Road 45, Sebright
Councillor Yeo

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Yeo, regarding Speed Concerns on Kawartha Lakes Road 45 in Sebright, be received;

    That Staff investigate the 60KM zone through Sebright and determine whether an all way stop is warranted at the intersection of Kawartha Lakes Road 45 and Kawartha Lakes Road 6;

    That Staff report their findings to Council by the end of Q3, 2022; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding Off Road Vehicles on Highway 35   
Councillor Yeo

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Yeo, regarding Off Road Vehicles on Highway 35, be received;

    That Staff approach the Provincial Government to inquire about amending the Highway Traffic Act to allow ATVs and Side by Sides on Highway 35 from Kawartha Lakes Road 43 northerly to Kawartha Lakes Road 48 through Coboconk and from Kawartha Lakes Road 45 northerly to Hilton Point Road through Norland;

    That Staff report back to Council by the end of Q3,2022; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

Memorandum Regarding Short Term Rentals
Councillor Yeo

  • That the Memorandum from Councillor Yeo, regarding Short Term Rentals, be received;

    That Staff continue to monitor and track complaints this summer, and bring back a report in Q1, 2023, with budget considerations and options to regulate and license short term rentals in Kawartha Lakes; and

    That these recommendations be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next Regular Council Meeting.

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