There are few surprising or mission critical items on next week’s agenda. What is notable is:
9.2.1 – Wellness Centre and Pool Due Diligence. It seems that the area municipalities are ready to put a little bit of their money up to start the due diligence and planning process for a pool complex.
9.3.1 – 2018 Audited Financial Statements. 9.3.1 – 2018 Audited Financial Statements. I haven’t had a chance to look at these statements. They are worth reviewing and I hope to get to them in the next few days.
From the Special Council Meeting Agenda September 17, 2019
9.2.1 – 2019-2022 Strategic Plan.Direction for Staff Follow-up. That the draft 2019-2022 Strategic Plan, incorporating management’s recommendations and considering Council’s commentary be brought forward to an evening public consultation session to be scheduled in October 2019. This is actually on a separate agenda to be reviewed on the same night but I thought it best to mention it here. This is the Strategic plan which is now being led by a new CAO and it’s worth reviewing and understanding. There is mention that a public session for the Plan will be held in October.
e) litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board, (property matter);
f) the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose, (property matter);
2.1 – Zoning By-law Amendment – Z/19/09 – 14-16 William Street (Henry)
2.2 – Zoning By-law Amendment – Z/19/10 – 78 Great North Road (John Jackson Planner on Behalf of Parry Property Holdings Ltd)
2.3 – Zoning By-law Amendment – Z/19/11 – 80 Great North Road (John Jackson Planner on Behalf of Parry Property Holdings Ltd)
4.1 – Margaret Gain, Georgian Bay Ave. Request for pipe installed under sidewalk to drain storm water from properties
5.1 – Jessie Fraser. Save the Monarch
5.2 – Sebastian MacDonald. Request to change speed limit along Riverdale Road from 50 km/hr to 40 km/hr.
5.3 – Brenda Ryan, Susan Hrycyna, DBA. Downtown Blade Signs
Resolutions and Direction to Staff
9.1.1 – Official Plan Amendment No. 3 and Rezoning Application Z/19/06 – Smith Crescent (YMCA/Wickman)Resolution. That a decision on Official Plan Amendment No. 3 and Rezoning Application Z/19/06 -Smith Crescent (YMCA/Wickman) be deferred until an environmental impact study has been submitted to the satisfaction of the Town.
9.1.2 – Direction – Signs for Out of Town Events. Direction. That as follow up to the Direction given at the August 13, 2018 Council Meeting no changes be made to the Sign By-law.
9.2.1 – Wellness Centre and Pool Due Diligence. Resolution. That Council, contingent upon the Archipelago participating in the due diligence phase, accept the bid from CS&P Architects to undertake the due diligence work related to the Wellness Centre and Pool project in the amount
9.3.1 – 2018 Audited Financial Statements. Resolution. That Council for the Town of Parry Sound does hereby approve the Draft Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended December 31, 2018 in Schedule “A” as attached.
9.3.2 – Insurance Joint and Several Liability Provincial Consultation. Direction. That Council directs staff to provide comments to the provincial consultation process regarding joint and several liability based on the feedback of BFL and annual insurance premium costs.
9.3.3 – Reserve and Reserve Fund Annual Report; 2018 Surplus allocation. Resolution. That Council receives the 2018 Reserve and Reserve Fund Annual Report, attached as Schedule A, in compliance with the Town’s Reserve and Reserve Fund Policy; and further, That Council hereby approves the allocation of the surplus in Schedule B.
9.4.1 – Joseph Street Forcemain Replacement. Resolution. That upon the recommendation of Triton Engineering Services Limited, Council accept the quotation from Weeks Construction Inc. for the forcemain replacement on Joseph Street, in the amount of $158,859.49 excluding HST, this quotation being the lowest of three quotations received; and That funds in the amount of $75,000 allocated for 10006 (Ditch Witch Vacuum Trailer) in 2019 budget be reallocated to this project; and That the remaining amount be taken from Wastewater Reserves.
9.4.2 – Retaining Wall Replacement at Bay Street and James Street. Resolution. That upon the recommendation of Triton Engineering Services Limited, Council accept the quotation from Weeks Construction Inc. for the retaining wall replacement at Bay Street and James Street, in the amount of $95,584.00 excluding HST, this quotation being the lowest of three quotations received.
10.1.1 – Big Sound Marina Agreement One Year Extension with Massasauga Management Co. By-law 2019-6954. Being a bylaw to amend By-law No: 2014-6428, the agreement with Massasauga Management Co. Inc. for operation of Big Sound Marina and the Town Dock, and supersede amending By-law No: 2017-6704 and By-law No. 2018-6858.