ADDENDUM AGENDA
COUNCIL MEETING

, Call to Order 1:00 p.m., Convene into Closed Session at 1:00 p.m., Reconvene into Open Session at 3:00 p.m.
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1:00 p.m.       Council Chambers

1.
REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0025

 

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0025 dated June 3, 2022 regarding personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees. (Administration)

(Limited Distribution, Under Separate Cover)

2.
REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0030

 

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0030 dated July 4, 2022 regarding litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board. (Development)

Presentation by Michael Dean, Senior Sustainability Planner & Energy Coordinator.

3.
REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0035

 

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0035 dated July 4, 2022 regarding a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board. (Land Assessment)

4.
REPORT NO. CORPSERV-2022-0019

 

CORPORATE SERVICES REPORT NO. CORPSERV-2022-0019 dated Juned 22, 2022 regarding the security of the property of the municipality or local board. (Administration)

5.
REPORT NO. FIRE-2022-0004

 

FIRE SERVICES REPORT NO. FIRE-2022-0004 dated June 16, 2022 regarding labour relations or employee negotiations. (Administration)

We would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which we gather is part of the Treaty lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit.

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for the Phasing out of Gas Power Plants.


(Refer to Item No. 15.2)

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for the Phasing out of Gas Power Plants.


(Refer to Item No. 15.2)

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for the Phasing out of Gas Power Plants.


(Refer to Item No. 15.2)

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for the Phasing out of Gas Power Plants.


(Refer to Item No. 15.2)

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for the Phasing out of Gas Power Plants.


(Refer to Item No. 15.2)

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for Manufacturer's Limited Liquor Sales Licence (Furnace Room Brewery).


(Refer to Item No. 15.1)    

Delegation to Council regarding Motion - Support for Manufacturer's Limited Liquor Sales Licence (Furnace Room Brewery).


(Refer to Item No. 15.1)    

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. ADMIN- 2022-0028 dated July 4, 2022, regarding the 2022 Climate Change Investment Fund, be received; 


AND FURTHER THAT funding for the 2022 Climate Change Investment Fund, be approved and disbursed providing any additional information that may be required is submitted by the applicants.

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. CORPSERV-2022-0018, dated June 14, 2022 entitled Development Charges (DC) By-law update, Community Benefits Charges (CBC) By-law, Parkland Dedication By-law update – Final Proposals be received;


AND FURTHER THAT the Town of Halton Hills Development Charge Background Study dated April 15th, 2022 (the DC Background Study) be approved under Section 10 of the Development Charges Act, 1997 (the DCA);


AND FURTHER THAT Council express its intention that the development-related costs of post 2036 for Services identified in the DC Background Study shall be paid for subsequently by development charges and other similar charges;


AND FURTHER THAT, for the Development Charges By-law, Council determine that no further public meetings are required under Section 12 of the DCA;


AND FURTHER THAT Council enact the necessary By-law to repeal By-law No. 2017-0049 and By-law No. 2017-0073 and replace it with the updated Development Charge By-law included herein as Appendix 1;


AND FURTHER THAT the Town of Halton Hills Community Benefits Charges Strategy dated April 15th, 2022 (the CBC Strategy) be approved under Section 37(9) of the Planning Act;


AND FURTHER THAT, for the Community Benefits Charges By-law, Council determine that no further public consultations are required under Section 37(10) of the Planning Act;


AND FURTHER THAT Council enact the By-law to establish Community Benefits Charges for the Town of Halton Hills as included herein as Appendix 3;


AND FURTHER THAT, for the Parkland Dedication By-law, Council determine that no further public consultations are required under Section 42 (3.1) of the Planning Act;


AND FURTHER THAT Council enact the necessary By-law to repeal By-law No. 2002-0152 and replace it with the updated By-law respecting the conveyance of land or payment of Cash-in-lieu of Parkland for public park purpose as included herein as Appendix 2. 

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. PD-2022-0041, dated June 9, 2022, regarding “Part Lot Control Exemption for Blocks 1 to 16, Plan 20M-1241 (Georgetown)”, be received;


AND FURTHER THAT the request to adopt a Part Lot Control Exemption By-law for the lands legally described as Blocks 1 to 16, Plan 20M-1241, Town of Halton Hills, Region of Halton, as generally set out in SCHEDULE 4 – DRAFT REFERENCE PLANS of this report, be approved;


AND FURTHER THAT Council enact the necessary By-law(s) to exempt Blocks 1 to 16, Plan 20M-1241, Town of Halton Hills, Region of Halton, from Section 50 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.13, as amended, for the purpose of legally creating and transferring 101 separate townhouse dwelling units.

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. RP-2022-0013 dated June 2, 2022, regarding the Award of Proposal for Refrigeration Services for Town Arenas - P-045-22, be received;
AND FURTHER THAT Council approve the refrigeration service contract award to Kore Mechanical Inc., (820 Gartshore Street, Unit 13, PO Box 37, Fergus, ON), for the Mold-Masters SportsPlex and the Acton Arena & Community Centre for a three (3) year term ending August 31, 2025 at the upset limit of $450,000 inclusive of HST with two (2), one-year options to renew subject to service and price negotiations;


AND FURTHER THAT the Senior Manager of Purchasing & Risk Management be authorized to issue a purchase order to Kore Mechanical Inc., 820 Gartshore Street, Unit 13, PO Box 37, Fergus, ON for a three (3) year period and two (2) one (1) year renewals if exercised.

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. RP-2022-0014, dated June 10, 2022, regarding the Parks Construction Blanket Order PO#19-095 Increase be received;


AND FURTHER THAT the Manager of Purchasing be authorized to increase purchase order PO#19-095 by the amount of $450,000 (from $1,250,000 to $1,700,000) plus applicable taxes to Grade Control Ltd., 558 Main St. Glen Williams Ontario, as the parks construction blanket order contractor based on the timeline and terms of the original tender (2022 & 2023).

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. TPW-2022-0023, dated June 17, 2022, regarding Award of RFP P-037-22 Rehabilitation of Bridge #4, Fifth Line North of Steeles Avenue, be received; 


AND FURTHER THAT Council approve the Design Services for Rehabilitation of Bridge #4, Fifth Line North of Steeles Avenue award to GHD Limited, 455 Phillip Street, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3X2, in the amount of $162,789.58 (plus HST);


AND FURTHER THAT the Senior Manager of Purchasing and Risk Management be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to GHD Limited, 455 Phillip Street, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3X2, in the amount of $162,789.58 (plus HST), for the Design Services for Rehabilitation of Bridge #4, Fifth Line North of Steeles Avenue Replacement;


AND FURTHER THAT Council approves the provisional award for Contract Administration and Inspection Services for the Rehabilitation of Bridge #4, Fifth Line North of Steeles Avenue to GHD Limited, 455 Phillip Street, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3X2,in the amount of $184,814.04 (plus HST).  At the discretion of the Town, the Town may, if it so chooses, exercise the provisional award at the time of the Construction Tender Award; 


AND FURTHER THAT the Senior Manager of Purchasing and Risk Management be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to GHD Limited, 455 Phillip Street, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3X2, in the amount of $184,814.04 (plus HST), for the purpose of provisional Contract Administration and Inspection Services for the Rehabilitation of Bridge #4, Fifth Line North of Steeles Avenue, if the Town decides to exercise this provisional item at the time of the Construction Tender Award; 


AND FURTHER THAT Council authorizes the Mayor and Clerk to execute the necessary documents to enter into a Client/Engineering Agreement for Professional Consulting Services;


AND FURTHER THAT the project budget for 6200-26-2201 (Rehabilitation of Bridge #4, Fifth Line North of Steeles Avenue) be increased by $205,000 from $150,000 to $355,000 and that the additional funding requirement be financed as set out in report TPW-2022-0023.

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. TPW-2022-0026, dated July 4, 2022, regarding the Award of Road Salt Supply & Delivery Contract be received;


AND FURTHER THAT Council authorizes the award of the purchase of road salt from Compass Minerals Canada Corp., 6700 Century Ave., Suite 2102, Mississauga, ON L5N 6A4 in the annual upset limit of $1,000,000.00 (plus applicable taxes) for one (1) year with options to renew for four (4) additional one (1) year terms;


AND FURTHER THAT Council authorizes the Senior Manager of Purchasing & Risk Management to issue a purchase order to Compass Minerals Canada Corp., 6700 Century Ave., Suite 2102, Mississauga, ON L5N 6A4 in the annual upset limit of $1,000,000.00 (plus applicable taxes) for one (1) year with options to renew for four (4) additional one (1) year terms subject to negotiation of pricing and satisfactory performance.

Purpose:


The purpose of Memorandum No. ADMIN-2022-0007 dated June 14, 2022 is to provide Council with an overview of the realigned approach being implemented by Town staff to continue to deliver on Council’s Strategic Plan priority of ensuring that housing is accessible to all residents at any age and stage in life.  

Purpose:


The purpose of Memorandum No. RP-2022-0006 dated June 10, 2022 is to provide Members of Council with information regarding the Outdoor Ice Strategy currently being undertaken by the Recreation and Parks Department. 

Recommendation:


THAT Report No. PD-2022-0044, dated June 30, 2022, regarding “Extension of Part Lot Control Exemption By-law for Semi-Detached Lots 106L/R to 113L/R and 125L/R to 139L/R, Registered Plan 1208 (Georgetown)”, be received;


AND FURTHER THAT the request to extend the Part Lot Control Exemption By-law for the lands legally described as Lots 106 to 113 and 125 to 139, Registered Plan 20M-1208, Town of Halton Hills, Region of Halton, as generally set out in SCHEDULE 2 of this report, be approved.


AND FURTHER THAT Council enact the necessary By-law extension to exempt the lands legally described as Lots 106 to 113 and 125 to 139, Registered Plan 20M-1208, Town of Halton Hills, Region of Halton, from Section 50 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, as amended.

COUNCIL TO CONVENE INTO GENERAL COMMITTEE 


Councillor M. Albano, Chair


Vet Reports to be considered at General Committee

Delegation to General Committee regarding Recommendation Report for proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments to permit a 2-storey, 12-unit affordable community housing building at 47 Maria Street (Acton).


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.e, Report No. PD-2022-0036)

Delegation to General Committee regarding Confederation Street Neighbourhood Traffic Calming.


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.l, Report No. TPW-2022-0020)

Delegation to General Committee regarding Recommendation Report for proposed Zoning By-law Amendment to permit 3 street townhouse units at 9 Caroline Street (Georgetown).


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.h, Report No. PD-2022-0043)

Delegation to General Committee regarding Confederation Street Neighbourhood Traffic Calming.


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.l, Report No. TPW-2022-0020)

All Reports and Memorandums considered in General Committee are deemed “Emergency Action Items” or “For Information Items” which require final disposition by Council at this meeting. 


Reports will be automatically held if there is a presentation, delegation, or public meeting on the matter.  

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0031 dated May 5, 2022 regarding Request from Property Owner of 1A Pennington Crescent for a variance to the Fence By-law 2002-0060, as amended at 1A Pennington Crescent, (Georgetown) Town of Halton Hills.

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0032 dated June 13, 2022 regarding Request from Property Owner of 35 Preston Street for a variance to the Fence By-law 2002-0060, as amended at 35 Preston Street, (Georgetown) Town of Halton Hills.

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0033 dated June 13, 2022 regarding Request from Property Owner of 42 Hillside Drive for a variance to the Fence By-law 2002-0060, as amended at 42 Hillside Drive, (Georgetown) Town of Halton Hills.

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0036 dated July 4, 2022 regarding Halton Digital Access Strategy.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT NO. PD-2022-0036 dated June 21, 2022 regarding Recommendation Report for proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments to permit a 2-storey, 12-unit affordable community housing building at 47 Maria Street (Acton).

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT NO. PD-2022-0040 dated June 10, 2022 regarding Recommendation Report for a One Block Plan of Subdivision, Plan of Common Element Condominium and Part Lot Control Exemption to facilitate the previously approved 11-unit townhouse development at 12 Church Street East (Acton).

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT NO. PD-2022-0042 dated June 17, 2022 regarding Recommendation Report for a One Block Draft Plan of Subdivision to facilitate the development of 131 townhouse units at 11571-11605 Trafalgar Road (Georgetown).

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT NO. PD-2022-0043 dated June 10, 2022 regarding Recommendation Report for proposed Zoning By-law Amendment to permit 3 street townhouse units at 9 Caroline Street (Georgetown).

RECREATION AND PARKS REPORT NO. RP-2022-0036 dated July 4, 2022 regarding Award of Contractor for Town Hall Bundled Mechanical Renovations Request for Tender T-083-22.

RECREATON AND PARKS REPORT NO. RP-2022-0016 dated July 4, 2022 regarding Award of Contractor for Bundled Arenas Heat Recovery and Dehumidification Replacement Request for Tender T-088-22.

TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS REPORT NO. TPW-2022-0020 dated June 1, 2022 regarding Confederation Street Neighbourhood Traffic Calming.

TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS REPORT NO. TPW-2022-0022 dated June 14, 2022 regarding Automated Speed Enforcement – Community Safety Zones.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT MEMORANDUM NO. PD-2022-0004 dated June 17, 2022 regarding Premier Gateway Secondary Plan Status Update.

OFFICE OF THE CAO REPORT NO. ADMIN-2022-0037 dated June 29, 2022 regarding Amendments to Delegated Authority By-law 2022-0027.

Motion(s) to be brought forward to the next meeting of Council.

Resolution prepared to receive the General Information Package dated July 4, 2022, for information.

(Council to reconvene into Closed Session if required)

A By-Law to establish Development Charges for the Town of Halton Hills and to repeal By-law Number 2017-0049 and By-law Number 2017-0073.


(Refer to Item No. 11.2, Report No. CORPSERV-2022-0018)

A By-Law respecting the Conveyance of Land or Payment of Cash-in-lieu of Parkland for Public Park Purpose.


(Refer to Item No. 11.2, Report No. CORPSERV-2022-0018)

A By-Law to establish Community Benefits Charges for the Town of Halton Hills.


(Refer to Item No. 11.2, Report No. CORPSERV-2022-0018)

A By-Law to adopt Amendment No. 47 to the Official Plan for the Town of Halton Hills, 47 Maria Street (Acton) Part of Lot 14, Block 21, Part of Agnes Street, Lot 16 and Part of Lot 17, Block 22, Registered Plan 31 Town of Halton Hills, Regional Municipality of Halton (File No. D09OPA21.001).


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.e, Report No. PD-2022-0036)

A By-Law to amend Zoning By-law 2010-0050, as amended Part of Lot 14, Block 21, Part of Agnes Street, Lot 16 and Part of Lot 17, Block 22, Registered Plan 31 Town of Halton Hills, Regional Municipality of Halton municipally known as 47 Maria Street (Acton).


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.e, Report No. PD-2022-0036)

A By-Law to amend Zoning By-law 2010-0050, as amended, for lands described as Part of Lot 3, Registered Plan 29, Town of Halton Hills, Regional Municipality of Halton 9 Caroline Street (Georgetown).


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.h, Report No. PD-2022-0043)

A By-Law to provide that Section 50 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, does not apply to Blocks 1 to 16, Plan 20M-1241.


(Refer to Item No. 11.3, Report No. PD-2022-0041)

A By-Law to appoint persons as Screening Officers and Hearing Officers.

A By-Law to amend By-law No.1984-0001, being a by-law to regulate traffic and parking on highways under the jurisdiction of the Town of Halton Hills.


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.m, Report No. TPW-2022-0022)

A By-Law to provide that Section 50 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, does not apply to Lots 106 to 113 and 125 to 139, Plan 20M-1208.


(Refer to Item No. 11.11, Report No. PD-2022-0044)

A By-Law to delegate certain powers and duties under the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001 c.25, and other Acts.


(Refer to Item No. 12.3.o, Report No. ADMIN-2022-0037)

A By-Law to adopt the proceedings of the Council Meeting held on the 4th day of July, 2022 and to authorize its execution.

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