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

CC2022-06
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

Note: Public attendance to view the proceedings or to complete a deputation in Council Chambers is available by appointment. Please contact the City Clerk's Office at clerks@kawarthalakes.ca or 705-324-9411 ext. 1266 to request to attend in person in Council Chambers.

 

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Regular Council Meeting, May 17, 2022

  • That the Minutes of the May 17, 2022 Regular Council Meeting, be received and adopted.

Application to Amend City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan and Emily Zoning By-Law 1996-30 at 689 Cottingham Road - Grass
(relating to Item 10.3.12 on the Agenda)
Becky Fife

Application to Amend City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan and Emily Zoning By-Law 1996-30 at 689 Cottingham Road - Grass
(relating to Item 10.3.12 on the Agenda)
Darlene Callan

Application to Amend City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan and Emily Zoning By-Law 1996-30 at 689 Cottingham Road - Grass
(relating to Item 10.3.12 on the Agenda)
Bridget Kelley

Application to Amend City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan and Emily Zoning By-Law 1996-30 at 689 Cottingham Road - Grass
(relating to Item 10.3.12 on the Agenda)
Nancy Paish

Application to Amend the City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan and the Manvers Zoning By-Law 87-06 at 344 Old Mill Road - Riwoche Society
(relating to Item 10.3.13 on the Agenda)
Paul McCourt

2021 Audited Financial Statement and 2021 Surplus Disposition Report Presentation
Carolyn Daynes, Treasurer

2021 Audited Financial Statement and 2021 Surplus Disposition Report
Carolyn Daynes, Treasurer

  • That Report CORP2022-008, 2021 Audited Financial Statement and 2021 Surplus Disposition Report, be received;

    That the financial statements for 2021 be approved as circulated; and

    That Council authorize the transfer of the 2021 Surplus as follows:

    • The Fleet department surplus of $272,722 be transferred to a newly created Fleet Maintenance Reserve and Council approve the creation of that reserve; and
    • A portion of the Victoria Manor surplus of $500,000 be transferred to the General Contingency Reserve, committed to Victoria Manor, for a Facility Master Plan; and
    • That $1,000,000 be transferred to the General Contingency reserve, committed to the Empower (Pandemic Recovery) program; and
    • That $1,000,000 be transferred to the Capital Contingency Reserve, to replenish this reserve; and
    • That $1,000,000 be transferred from the General Contingency Reserve committed to Winter Control and moved to the Public Works Fleet Reserve in order to purchase brushing and ditching equipment; and
    • That the remainder of the 2021 Surplus of $4,295,130 be transferred to the Asset Management Reserve for future capital.

    That Council approve the increase in staffing for paramedics for 2 Primary Care Paramedics, and 2 Advanced Care Paramedics to be funded by available pandemic funding and/or the 2022 operating surplus, if needed.

Committee of the Whole Meeting, June 7, 2022

  • That the Minutes of the June 7, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 9.3 of the Agenda, be adopted.

9.3.1

  • That the deputation of Sarah Duncan, of Forbes Bros. Ltd., and the supplementary correspondence, regarding Access to a Proposed Communications Tower Site at 892 Cambray Road, be received.

9.3.2

  • That the deputation of Sylvana Pacelli, regarding a Request for a Vacant Dock Space in Thurstonia, be received.

9.3.3

  • That the deputation of Richard Ovcharovich, of the Halibutron, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit, regarding the Yellow Ribbon Animal Bite Awareness Campaign, be received; and

    That Staff work with the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit to support the implementation of the Yellow Ribbon Animal Bite Awareness Campaign.

9.3.4

  • That the deputation of Janice Jones-Skinner, regarding Stray and Feral Cats, be received.

9.3.5

  • That the deputation of Martin Field, regarding Stray and Feral Cats, be received.

9.3.6

  • That the deputation of Mike Janke, regarding the Cost Shared Upgrade of Kagawong Road, be received.

9.3.7

  • That the deputation of Linda Dyson, regarding Short Term Rentals, be received.

9.3.8

  • That the correspondence from Steve Podolsky and Melissa McFarland, of the Lindsay Downtown BIA, regarding Lane Configuration on Cambridge Street South (Between Kent Street and Russell Street), Lindsay, be received.

9.3.9

  • That the correspondence from Peter Petrosoniak, regarding Proposed Surplus Declaration, Closure and Sale of a Portion of Road Allowance Adjacent to 64 Ridout Steet, Lindsay, be received; and

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

9.3.10

  • That the presentation by Barbara Condie, Accessibility Officer, and Councillor Elmslie, regarding the 2022 Accessibility Awareness Recognition Awards, be received.

9.3.11

  • That the presentation by Janine Mitchell, Manager of Social Services, regarding the Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care (CWELCC) Update, be received.

9.3.12

  • That the presentation by Juan Rojas, Director of Engineering and Corporate Assets, Tony Guerrera, of Greer Galloway Consulting Engineers, and Sam Hutton, of Greer Galloway Consulting Engineers, regarding the Omemee Wastewater Treatment Update, be received.

9.3.13

  • That the presentation by Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer - Arts and Culture, Julie Whelan, of Nordicity Consulting, and Stephanie Mah, of Giaimo Architects, regarding the Cultural Centre Feasibility Study Findings, be received.

9.3.14

  • 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; and

    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.

9.3.15

  • 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; and

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

9.3.16

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

    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.

9.3.17

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

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

9.3.18

  • 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; and

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

9.3.19

  • 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; and

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

9.3.20

  • 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; and

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

9.3.21

  • 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 Staff honour the original offer that was extended to Sylvana Pacelli to allow for a dock to be installed on their assigned dock space.

9.3.22

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

    That an Agreement be entered into to allow Xplornet use the old roadway to access the location between 1030 Cambray Road and 892 Cambray Road.

9.3.23

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

    That the proposed addition of non-designated properties listed in Appendix A to the City of Kawartha Lakes Heritage Register, save and except for the properties located at 1464 Highway 7A, Bethany, 17 John Street, Fenelon Falls, and 106 Elm Tree Road, Mariposa, be approved, as amended.

9.3.24

  • 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; and

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

9.3.25

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

    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.

9.3.26

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

9.3.27

  • 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; and

    That a Level 1 Response be undertaken by staff.

9.3.28

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

    That the subdivision agreement for Mancini Maple Hills be amended to remove the monitoring hold for Phase II.

9.3.29

  • 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; and

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

9.3.30

  • 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; and

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

9.3.31

  • 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; and

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

9.3.32

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

    That a project to upgrade Kagawong Road from a gravel to highfloat surface be added to the 2023 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, if the contribution from the community trust fund is received by the City Treasurer by December 9, 2022; and

    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.

9.3.33

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

9.3.34

  • 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 onto Kent; and

    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.

9.3.35

  • 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; and

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

9.3.36

  • 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; and

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

9.3.37

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

9.3.38

  • 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, either through single-source of the existing contractor(s) or competitive bid for local contractors, for the Omemee Mill Pond Bridge to include upgrades to the pedestrian deck; and

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

9.3.39

  • 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 (Monck Road) and Kawartha Lakes Road 6 (Kirkfield Road); and

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

9.3.40

  • 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; and

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

Planning Advisory Committee Meeting, June 8, 2022

  • That the Minutes of the June 8, 2022 Planning Advisory Committee Meeting be received and the recommendations, included in Section 10.3 of the Agenda, be adopted.

10.3.1

  • That the June 2, 2022 Notice of Cancellation regarding Application D06-2022-013, be received.

10.3.2

  • That Report PLAN2022-034, Amend the Mariposa Zoning By-law 94-07 at 1401 Black School Road - Tait, be received;

    That a Zoning By-law, respecting application D06-2022-006, substantially in the form attached as Appendix C to Report PLAN 2022-034 be approved for adoption by Council; and

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

10.3.3

  • That the deputation of Becky Fife, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.4

  • That the deputation of Darlene Callan, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.5

  • That the deputation of Nancy Paish, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.6

  • That the deputation of David Windrem, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.7

  • That the deputation of Douglas Howden, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.8

  • That the deputation of Kent Randall and Ed Grass, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.9

  • That the deputation of David Marsh, regarding Report PLAN2022-039 - Riwoche Society, be received.

10.3.10

  • That the deputation of Beverly Saunders and Diane Costa, regarding Report PLAN2022-039 - Riwoche Society, be received.

10.3.11

  • That the deputation of Ed Grass, regarding Report PLAN2022-038 - Grass, be received.

10.3.12

  • That Report PLAN2022-038, City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan Amendment and Township of Emily Zoning By-law Amendment for 689 Cottingham Road, geographic township of Emily, be received for information;

    That an Official Plan Amendment respecting application D01-2020-009, and Zoning By-law Amendment respecting application D06-2020-028, be denied.

10.3.13

  • That Report PLAN2022-039, respecting Part Lot 21, Concession 13, geographic Township of Manvers, identified as 344 Old Mill Road, Riwoche Society – Applications D01-16-007 and D06-16-035, be received;

    That a By-law to implement Official Plan Amendment application D01-16-007, substantially in the form attached as Appendix C to Report PLAN2022-039 be approved and adopted by Council;

    That a By-law to implement Zoning By-law Amendment application D06-16-035, substantially in the form attached as Appendix D to Report PLAN2022-039 be approved and adopted by Council;

    That in accordance with Section 34(17) of the Planning Act, Council having considered the changes to the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment deems no further public notice to be necessary; and

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

10.3.14

  • That Report ENG2022-019, Assumption of Port 32 Subdivision Phase 4, Bobcaygeon, be received;

    That the Assumption of Port 32 Subdivision Phase 4, geographic Village of Bobcaygeon, City of Kawartha Lakes, be approved;

    That an Assumption By-Law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix A to Report ENG2022-019 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.

10.3.15

  • That Report ENG2022-020, Pre-Servicing of Subdivision Lands Policy No. CP2018-009 Updates and Recommendations, be received;

    That the proposed updates to the current policy, substantially in the form attached as Appendix A, to Report ENG2022-020 be approved by Council, renumbered and placed in the Policy Manual in the new City format;

    That the proposed template of the Pre-Servicing Agreement, substantially in the form attached as Appendix B be approved by Council; and

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

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

11.1

Consolidation of Reserves
Carolyn Daynes, Treasurer

  • That Report CORP2012-009, Consolidation of Reserves, be received; and

    That Council approve the renaming of the Public Works Fleet Reserve to Fleet Reserve; and

    That Council approve the transfer of the balance in the Pits and Quarries Reserve, Forestry and Trail Reserve and the Cemetery Capital Reserve to the Capital Contingency Reserve and be shown as commitments in that reserve; and 

    That Council approve the creation of a General Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve and that the balance of the Working Capital Reserve be transferred to this reserve; and

    That the Working Capital Reserve Category be eliminated from the current structure of reserves; and

    That the OPP Rate Stabilization and the Kawartha Lakes Police Contingency Reserve be transferred to the Area Rate Stabilization Reserve; and

    That Council approve the formation of a Human Services Rate Stabilization Reserve and that the balances in the Doctor Recruitment Reserve, the Social Service Program Reserve and The Children’s Service Reserve be transferred to this reserve and be shown as commitments; and

    That the balance in the Employee Recognition Reserve be transferred to the Human Resource Rate Stabilization Reserve and be shown as a commitment; and

    That the balance in the Debt Stabilization Reserve be transferred under the Rate Category to the General Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve as a commitment, and

    That Council approve the creation of a City Heritage Reserve, under the Other Category, and that the Public Art commitment within the Contingency Reserve be transferred to this reserve; and

    That the balance in the Lindsay Heritage Reserve (LACAC) and the Anne Langton Reserve be transferred to this newly created City Heritage Reserve; and

    That the balance in the Amalgamation debt retirement reserve fund be transferred to the General Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve, and committed to Debt Stabilization.

Policies Respecting Consultation with and Repatriation to First Nations, and Related Reconciliation Efforts
Robyn Carlson, City Solicitor

  • That Report LGL2022-011, Policies Respecting Consultation with and Repatriation to First Nations, and Related Reconciliation Efforts, be received;

    That Council approve policies contained at Schedules A, B, C and D to Report LGL2022-011 to outline and guide acknowledgement, consultation, partnership and education of First Nations interests in Kawartha Lakes; and

    That the policies entitled the First Nations Consultation Policy, the First Nations Land Acknowledgement Policy, the Repatriation of Indigenous Artefacts and Remains to, and Sharing Archival Information with, First Nations Policy, and the Education in Response to the 57th Call to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Policy, appended to Report LGL2022-011, be adopted, numbered and inserted in the Corporate Policy Manual.

Proposed License Agreements Between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Terrance Seal
Christine Oliver, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2022-015, Proposed License Agreements between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Terrance Seal, be received;

    That the By-Law attached as Appendix F, required to authorize the execution of two License Agreements, be adopted by Council and executed by the Mayor and Clerk; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the License Agreements attached as Appendix D and Appendix E, being License Agreements to allow Terrance Seal to erect two privately owned advertising signs on the City-owned property located at 3187 Highway 35 North, Lindsay (Kawartha Lakes Municipal Airport).

     

Acquisition of Block 81 on Plan 57M-800 from Mason Homes Limited
Laura Carnochan, Law Clerk - Realty Services

  • That Report RS2022-038, Acquisition of Block 81 on Plan 57M-800 from Mason Homes Limited, be received;

    That the acquisition of the property legally described as Block 81 on Plan 57M-800; Together with an Easement over Part of the Northeast 1/4 of Lot 19, Concession 4, being Parts 3 and 8 on Plan 57R-9256 as in R368431, in the Geographic Town of Lindsay, City of Kawartha Lakes, being PIN: 63237-1776 (LT) be approved;

    That staff be directed to commence the process of obtaining ownership of the required land for nominal consideration, and with each party to bear its own legal costs, on the condition that the vendor simultaneously transfer land to the City described by PIN: 63237-1792 (LT) and which transfer was approved by Council Resolution CR2018-633;

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

    That the By-law attached as Appendix D, required to authorize the acquisition of the subject land, be adopted by Council and executed by the Mayor and Clerk; and

    That no municipal maintenance be performed on the subject property.

2022 Q1 Quarterly Report
Launa Macey, Supervior, Financial Services

  • That Report PUR2022-019, 2022 Q1 Quarterly Report, be received; and

    That 999220101 emergency repairs to Ops Salt Shed Repairs be funded from the Capital Contingency Reserves (1.32248) in the amount of $15,156.14.

2022-21-CP Fire Service Records Management System
Ashley Wykes, Buyer

  • That Report PUR2022-020, 2022-21-CP Fire Service Records Management System, be received;

    That ICO Technologies Inc, being the highest scoring proponent, be selected for the award of 2022-21-CP Fire Service Records Management System;

    That the additional expenditure in the amount of $31,541.00, be funded through the Capital Contingency reserve (1.32248);

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

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

2022-43-CQ Construction of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters
Linda Lee, Buyer
Corby Purdy, Manager, Infrastructure Design and Construction

  • That Report PUR2022-022, 2022-43-CQ Construction of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters, be received;

    That Mianco Group Inc., being the lowest compliant submission be awarded the Request for Quotation 2022-43-CQ Construction of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters for the amount of $346,556.50 not including HST;

    That the additional expenditure of $99,554.00 be funded from the Capital Contingency Reserve (1.32248).

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

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

2022-13-CP Waster and Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan Update
Linda Lee, Buyer

  • That Report PUR2022-024 2022-13-CP Water and Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan Update, be received;

    That T.Y. Lin International Inc. being the highest scoring proponent, be selected for the award of Request for Proposal 2022‑13‑CP Water and Wastewater Servicing and Capacity Master Plan Update for the amount of $713,338.00 not including HST;

    That the additional expenditure of $209,777.00, be financed equally by the Water Treatment and Wastewater Treatment accounts of the Development Charges Reserve Fund;

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

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

2022-71-SS Single Source to Upgrade SharePoint Online
Ashley Wykes, Buyer
Chris Moncrief, Supervisor, Applications

  • That Report PUR2022-025, 2022-71-SS Single Source to Upgrade to SharePoint Online, be received;

    That StoneShare Inc. be awarded the single source to upgrade to SharePoint Online in an amount of $175,000.00 not including 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.

By-Law to Deem Lot 12, Plan 276 at 125 McKelvey Road, Eldon  - Bourgeois
Ian Walker, Planning Officer - Large Developments

  • That Report PLAN2022-032, By-law to Deem Lot 12, Plan 276 at 125 McKelvey Road, Eldon – Bourgeois, be received;

    That a Deeming By-law respecting Application D30-2022-004, geographic Township of Eldon, substantially in the form attached as Appendix “C” to Report PLAN2022-032, be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

By-Law to Deem Lots 7 to 8 South, Plan 100x at 145 Queen Street, Fenelon Falls – Harrison and Druery
Ian Walker, Planning Officer - Large Developments

  • That Report PLAN2022-033, By-law to Deem Lots 7 to 8 South, Plan 37 at 145 Queen Street, Fenelon Falls – Harrison and Druery, be received;

    That a Deeming By-law respecting Application D30-2022-006, former Village of Fenelon Falls, substantially in the form attached as Appendix “C” to Report PLAN2022-033, be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

By-Law to Deem Lots 31 and 32, Registered Plan 378, Geographic Township od Bexley and identified as 812 Indian Point Road and Vacant Land on Indian Point Road (Axel Rasmussen and David Smith)
Sherry L. Rea, Development Planning Supervisor

  • That Report PLAN2022-035, A By-Law to Deem Lots 31 and 32, Registered Plan 378, Geographic Township of Bexley and Identified as 812 Indian Point Road, be received;

    That a Deeming By-law, respecting Lots 31 and 32, Registered Plan 378, geographic Township of Bexley, substantially in the form attached as Appendix C to Report PLAN2022-035, be approved and adopted by Council; and

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

Report Back on Film Processes
Donna Goodwin, Economic Development Officer - Arts and Culture

  • That Report ED2022-035, Report Back on Film Processes, be received;

    That a By-Law to Regulate Filming Activity in the City of Kawartha Lakes, substantially in the form as attached in Appendix A to this report, be approved and adopted by Council; and

    That the Film Production and Processes Guidelines as attached in Appendix B to this report be received for information, to provide guidance for the City’s Film Office for film and television productions.

Pathways to Prosperity Project Memorandum of Understanding
Rebecca Mustard, Manager of Economic Development

  • That Report ED2022-040, Pathways to Prosperity Project Memorandum of Understanding, be received; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorised to execute the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Peterborough and the Kawarthas Economic Development, attached as Appendix A to this report, and all project extensions relating to the Pathways to Prosperity project.

Court of Revision Amendments to Engineer's Reports for Hugh Davidson, MacEachern Brown and Martin Municipal Drains
Richard Monaghan, Drainage Superintendent, Engineering and Corporate Assets

  • That Report ENG2022-025, Court of Revision Amendments to Engineer’s Reports for Hugh Davidson, MacEachern Brown and Martin Municipal Drains, be received;

    That City Council proceed with the third and final reading and subsequent adoption of the provisionally adopted By-law 2022-050 for the Hugh Davidson Municipal Drain – Section 78 Improvement Report;

    That City Council proceed with the third and final reading and subsequent adoption of the provisionally adopted By-law 2022-049 for the MacEachern Brown Municipal Drain Report; and

    That City Council proceed with the third and final reading and subsequent adoption of the provisionally adopted By-law 2022-065 for the Martin Municipal Drain Report.

Interim Asset Management Plan
Adam Found, Manager of Corporate Assets

  • That Report CA2202-008, Interim Asset Management Plan, be received;

    That the Interim Asset Management Plan, attached as Appendix A to Report CA2022-008, be adopted solely for the purpose of minimally complying with Ontario Regulation 588/17; and

    That the timeframe for special project 921204001 (Asset Management Plan) be extended to December 31, 2023.

Community Paramedicine for Long Term Care (CPLTC) Program, Data Sharing Agreement
Sara Johnston, Deputy Chief Professional Standards

  • That Report EMS 2022-002 Community Paramedicine Long Term Care Program Data Sharing Agreement, be received,

    That the CPLTC Data Sharing Agreement, as generally outlined in Appendix A to Report EMS 2022-002, be approved; and

    That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement.

Speed Reduction on Elder Street, Dunsford
Susan Greig

Resurfacing of MacPherson Crescent
Mark Langeraap

14.

  • That the By-Laws shown in Section 14.1 of the Agenda, namely: Items 14.1.1 to and including 14.1.27 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached.

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

By-Law to Repeal By-Law 2021-099, Being a By-Law to Appoint an Acting Fire Chief and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of this Office in The City of Kawartha Lakes (Jones, T.)

By-Law to Repeal By-Law 2021-095, Being a By-Law to Appoint a Deputy Fire Chief and to Create and Prescribe the Duties and Responsibilities of this Office in The City of Kawartha Lakes (Jones, T.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (Burton, M.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (Curtis, J.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (Dorman, K.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (Fockler, C.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-Law Enforcement Purposes (Arulappu, S.)

By-law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-Law Enforcement Purposes (Erdmann, B.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for Limited By-law Enforcement Purposes (Gribbons, L.)

By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for the City of Kawartha Lakes (Persaud, M.)

By-Law to A Weed Inspector for the City of Kawartha Lakes (Persaud, M.)

By-Law to Repeal By-Law 2022-076, being a By-Law to Appoint a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for the City of Kawartha Lakes and By-Law 2022-077, being a By-Law to Appoint a Weed Inspector for the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Amend By-Law 2021-074, Being a By-Law to Regulate Animals in the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Authorize the Execution of Two License Agreements Between The City of Kawartha Lakes and Terry Seal for Advertising Signs at the Municipal Airport, 3187 Highway 35N, Lindsay, in the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Authorize the Execution of a Letter of Agreement between Her Majesty in Right of the Province of Ontario as represented by the Minister of Transportation for the Province of Ontario and the City of Kawartha Lakes related to Funding Provided by the Province of Ontario to the Municipality under the Dedicated Gas Tax Funds for Public Transportation Program

By-Law to Authorize the Acquisition of Block 81 on Plan 57M-800; Together with an Easement over Part of the Northeast 1/4 of Lot 19, Concession 4, being Parts 3 and 8 on Plan 57R-9256 as in R368431, in the Geographic Town of Lindsay, City of Kawartha Lakes, being PIN: 63237-1776 (LT)

By-Law to Designate 15 Dodd Street, Village of Fenelon Falls in the City of Kawartha Lakes, as Being of Cultural Heritage Value or Interest under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act

By-Law to Amend By-Law 2022-082, being a By-law to Designate 1590 Elm Tree Road, Goegraphic Township of Ops in the City of Kawartha Lakes as being of Cultural Heritage Value and Interest

By-Law to Amend the Township of Mariposa Zoning By-Law No. 94-07 to Rezone Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (1401 Blackschool Road - Tait)

By-Law to Amend the City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan to Re-Designate Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (344 Old Mill Road - Riwoche Society)

By-Law to Amend the Township of Manvers Zoning By-Law No. 87-06 to Rezone Land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (344 Old Mill Road - Riwoche Society)

By-Law to Assume South Harbour Drive, Registered Plan 632, PIN 63136-0547 and to Assume Block 94, Registered Plan 632, PIN 63136-0544 and to Assume Block 95, Registered Plan 632, PIN 63136-0545, Previously Dedicated and Conveyed to the Municipality Upon Registration of Plan 632, Geographic Village of Bobcaygeon, The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes

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 63170-0597 (LT), Lot 12, Plan 276, Geographic Township of Eldon, Now in the City of Kawartha Lakes (125 McKelvey Road - Bourgeois)

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 63157-0328 (LT), Lots 7 and 8, Plan 37, Former Village of Fenelon Falls, Now in the City of Kawartha Lakes (145 Queen Street - Harrison and Druery)

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 PIN63117-0069 (LT), Lot 31, Plan 378 and PIN63117-0068 (LT), Lot 32, Plan 378, Geographic Township of Bexley, Now in the City of Kawartha Lakes (812 Indian Point Road - Rasmussen and Smith)

By-Law to Regulate Filming Activity in the City of Kawartha Lakes

By-Law to Provide for Drainage Works in The City of Kawartha Lakes, to be Known as The MacEachern Brown Municipal Drain

  • That Provisional By-Law 2022-049, Being a By-Law to Provide for Drainage Works in the City of Kawartha Lakes to be Known as The MacEachern Brown Municipal Drain, be read a third time, passed, signed and the corporate seal attached.

By-Law to Provide for The Section 78 Drainage Improvement on The Hugh Davidson Municipal Drain in The City of Kawartha Lakes

  • That Provisional By-Law 2022-050, Being a By-Law to Provide for The Section 78 Drainage Improvement on the Hugh Davidson Municipal Drain in the City of Kawartha Lakes, be read a third time, passed, signed and the corporate seal attached.

By-Law to Provide for Drainage Works in The City of Kawartha Lakes, to be Known as The Martin Municipal Drain By-Law

  • That Provisional By-Law 2022-065, Being a By-Law to Provide for Drainage Works in The City of Kawartha Lakes, to be Known as the Martin Municipal Drain, be read a third time, passed, signed and the corporate seal attached.

  • That Council convene into closed session at ___ p.m. pursuant to Section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001 s.25, in order to consider matters identified in Section 16.3 of the Regular Council Meeting Agenda of Tuesday, June 21, 2022, namely Items 16.3.1 to and including 16.3.4.

Confidential Closed Session Minutes, May 17, 2022 Regular Council Meeting
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters About Identifiable Individuals
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(c) Proposed or Pending Acquisition or Disposition of Land
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(e) Litigation or Potential Litigation Affecting the Municipality
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) Advice that is Subject to Solicitor-Client Privilege

16.3.2

Producer Responsibility Recycling (Blue Box) Transition Options
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(i) A trade secret or scientific, technical, commercial, financial or labour relations information, supplied in confidence to the municipality or local board, which, if disclosed, could reasonably be expected to prejudice significantly the competitive position or interfere significantly with the contractual or other negotiations of a person, group of persons, or organization.
David Kerr, Manager, Environmental Services

16.3.3

Appraisal Report for the Disposition of Shoreline Road Allowance Adjacent to 29 Fox Beach Lane, Carden
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(c) Proposed or Pending Acquisition or Disposition of Land
Christine Oliver, Realty Services - Law Clerk

Verbal Update - Recruitment Matters
Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) Personal Matters About Identifiable Individual(s)
Ron Taylor, Chief Administrative Officer

By-Law to Confirm the Proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting of June 21, 2022

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