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

Meeting #:COW2020-01
Date:
Time:
Open Session Commencing at 1:00 p.m.
Location:
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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Resolution Regarding Healthcare Funding
Zac Miller, Co-Chair, Kawartha Lakes Health Coalition

Encroachment Associated with 11 Richmond Street East, Kirkfield
Todd MacDonald

Presentation of a Certificate of Appreciation to Susan Blayney
Pat Warren, Chair, City of Kawartha Lakes Environmental Advisory Committee
Councillor Richardson

Presentation of the Recommended Updates to the Code of Conduct and Ethics - Members of Council and Local Boards
Cathie Ritchie, City Clerk

Code of Conduct and Ethics – Members of Council and Local Boards - Update
Cathie Ritchie, City Clerk

  • That Report CLK2020-001, Code of Conduct and Ethics – Members of Council and Local Boards - Update, be received;

    That the revised Code of Conduct and Ethics – Members of Council and Local Boards contained in Appendix A to Report CLK2020-001, be approved; and

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

Presentation of the Procedural By-law Review and Recommended Amendments
Cathie Ritchie, City Clerk

Procedural By-law Review and Recommended Amendments
Cathie Ritchie, City Clerk

  • That Report CLK2020-002, Procedural By-law Review and Recommended Amendments, be received;

    That the updates to the Procedural By-law identified in Appendix A to Report CLK2020-002, be approved;

    That the Public Meetings Policy, Endorsement of External Resolutions Policy and Town Hall Meetings Policy be repealed;

    That the necessary by-law to repeal and replace By-law 2018-212 be brought forward for adoption; and

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

Presentation of the Kawartha Lakes Strategic Plan 2020-2023
Brenda Stonehouse, Strategy and Performance Specialist

Kawartha Lakes Strategic Plan 2020-2023
Brenda Stonehouse, Strategy and Performance Specialist

  • That Report CAO2020-001, Kawartha Lakes Strategic Plan 2020-2023, be received;

    That the Kawartha Lakes Strategic Plan 2020-2023 contained in Appendix A to Report CAO2020-001 be approved;

    That all corporate documents and reports be updated to reflect the 2020-2023 Strategic Plan and its reporting;

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

That all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 9.1 and 9.2 of the Agenda be approved and recommended by Committee of the Whole in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered.

9.1

Deputy Mayor's 2019 Round Table Meetings on Roads
Councillor Doug Elmslie

  • That Report MAYOR 2019-001, Deputy Mayor’s 2019 Round Table Meetings on Roads, be received;

    That staff be directed to provide a report to Council that outline recommendations for the maintenance and improvement of road drainage by the end of Q2, 2020;

    That staff be directed to provide a report to Council with recommendations to enhance education and awareness related to our roads network, work plans, and allotted resources by the end of Q2, 2020;

    That staff report to Council each spring regarding life cycle extension needs in relation to the approved budget; and

    That the recommendations of this report be brought forward to Council for consideration at the next regular Council meeting.

Proposed Designation of 264 Pleasant Point Road
Emily Turner – Economic Development Officer, Heritage Planning

  • That Report ED2020-001, Proposed Designation of 264 Pleasant Point Road, be received;

    That the Municipal Heritage Committee’s recommendation to designate 264 Pleasant Point Road 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;

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

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

Kawartha Lakes Cultural Centre Task Force
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer – Arts and Culture

  • That Report ED2020-002, Kawartha Lakes Cultural Centre Task Force, be received;

    That the Terms of Reference for the Kawartha Lakes Cultural Centre Task Force in the form of Appendix A to report ED2020-002 be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

Physician Recruitment Reserve Request
Rod Sutherland, Director of Human Services

  • That Report HS2020-001, Physician Recruitment Reserve Request, be received; and

    That payment of up to $8,500 to the Kawartha Lakes Health Care Initiative (KLHCI) be authorized from the Doctor Recruitment Reserve to support a Physician Return of Service Agreement executed by KLHCI.

Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing – Development Updates
Hope Lee, Manager, Human Services, Housing

  • That Report HH2020-001, Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing – Development Updates, be received;

    That the Lindsay Street North development originally proposed within HH2019-001 be deferred with an amended proposal brought back to Council following the successful removal of the additional soils;

    That subject to the necessary by-laws and agreement being forwarded to Council for approval, and the successful completion of such planning and development processes as the City may require, the amended proposal for Hamilton Park, Lindsay by the Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing Corporation (KLH Housing) be approved with the following revisions as described in Report HH2020-001:

    1. The proceeds from the sale of twenty seven (27) single and semi-detached KLH Housing units transferred by the Province to KLH Housing in 2001, with their specific addresses identified within the Existing Homes section of Attachment A of Report HH2020-001, be used to fund their replacement with twenty seven (27) newly constructed housing units to be rented as Rent-Geared-to-Income (RGI) through a rent supplement agreement between the City and KLH Housing; and
    2. The completion of financing for cash flow and borrowing facilities in the City’s own name, with the City then lending the funds to KLH Housing; and
    3. The in kind municipal incentives proposed in Report HH2020-001 to support the project on Hamilton Park in Lindsay within which the twenty seven (27) reconstructed and nineteen (19) additional units will be created;

    That the City’s Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to approve relief from any of the required fees and charges as in kind municipal support, needed to implement the Hamilton Park project;

    That a By-law authorizing the City to execute a Municipal Housing Facilities Agreement with KLH Housing for Minden Phase 2, substantially in the form and included as Attachment C to Report HH2020-001, be forwarded to Council for adoption; and

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

Request Regarding the Purchase of an ATV for the Kirkfield Fire Station
James R. Webster, President, Five W. Farms Inc.

  • That the December 10, 2019 correspondence from James R. Webster, President, Five W. Farms Inc., regarding the purchase of an ATV for the Kirkfield Fire Station, be received.

Request for a Resolution of Support Regarding the Transition of the Blue Box to Full Producer Responsibility
Jamie McGarvey, AMO President, Mayor of Parry Sound

  • That the December 18, 2019 correspondence from Jamie McGarvey, AMO President, Mayor of Parry Sound, regarding a resolution of support for the transition of the blue box to full producer responsibility, be received; and

    That the correspondence be forwarded to staff for review and report back by the end of Q2, 2020.

Request for a Resolution of Support Regarding Proposed Amendments to the Trent Source Protection Plan and Assessment Report as per Section 34 of the Clean Water Act
Mark Majchrowski, CAO, Kawartha Conservation

  • That the January 2, 2020 correspondence from Mark Majchrowski, CAO for Kawartha Conservation, regarding the Notice of Requirement for Council Resolution Related to Proposed Amendments to the Trent Source Protection Plan and Assessment Report, be received;

    That the proposed amendments to the Trent Source Protection Plan and Assessment Report as per Section 34 of the Clean Water Act, resulting from recent upgrades to the Canadiana Shores Drinking Water System, be endorsed;

    That the commencement of the public consultation process, be authorized; and

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

Memo Regarding a Turning Lane into Lakeview Estates
Councillor Ashmore

  • That the Memo from Councillor Ron Ashmore, regarding a left turning lane into Lakeview Estates, be received;

    That Staff investigate the feasibility of creating left turning lane on Pigeon Lake Road into Lakeview Estates and report back to Council by the end of Q2, 2020; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council at the next regular council meeting.

Memo Regarding Tax Relief for the Omemee Medical Centre
Councillor Ashmore

  • That the Memo from Councillor Ron Ashmore, regarding tax relief for the Omemee Medical Centre, be received;

    That Staff investigate any forms of property tax relief that would assist the Omemee Medical Centre and report back to Council with options by the end of Q2, 2020; and

    That this recommendation be brought forward to Council at the next regular council meeting.