What’s a better reminder that winter is just around the corner – fall colours, crisp nights, or the Town’s awarding of snow plowing and salt/sand supply contracts?
There really isn’t much to note in this week’s agenda. Take a quick look at the summary below to see if there’s anything that catches your attention. Additional details are available with the full council packages available at the Town’s website.
Some folks may be interested in Items 4.6 and 4.7.
2.1 – Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment – Z/19/12 – 11 Miller Street (John Jackson Planner Inc. on Behalf of Brian Moore).
2.2 – Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment – Z/19/13 – 17 Miller Street (Walsh/Ben Prichard Law Corporation).
4.1 – Madeline & Albert Archibald, Georgian Bay Ave. Flooding at Georgian Bay Ave.
4.2 – Dave & Anne MacLennan, Georgian Bay Ave. Flooding at Georgian Bay Ave.
4.3 – Dave & Sheila Ord, Georgian Bay Ave. Flooding at Georgian Bay Ave.
4.4 – Susan Hrycyna, Executive Director, PS Downtown Business Association Resignation of Dan DiNicolo from Board of Directors.
4.5 – Hector Lebert, Poppy Chairman, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #117. Remembrance Day activities.
4.6 – Georgian Bay Native Non Profit Homes Incorporated. Partnership proposal to build housing with Wellness Centre & Pool.
4.7 – Parry Sound Affordable Housing Development Corporation. Partnership proposal to build housing with Wellness Centre & Pool.
5.1 – Madeline & Albert Archibald
5.2 – Butch Folland
5.3 – Margaret Gain (attendance TBC). Flooding at Georgian Bay Ave.
Resolutions and Direction to Staff
9.1.1 – RFQ – Gravel and Winter Sand.
Resolution. That Council accepts the quotation from Fowler Construction for Granular A gravel in the amount of $16.10 per tonne, including taxes, for the Winter 2019 to Spring 2021 term, this quotation being the only one received.
Resolution. That Council accepts the quotation from Fowler Construction to supply, deliver, blend, and stack winter sand in the amount of $18.08 per tonne, including taxes, for the Winter 2019 to Spring 2021 term, this quotation being the only one received.
9.1.2 – Tender – Snow Plowing Town Lots.
Resolution. That Council award the tender for snow plowing all ten municipal parking lots and facilities to Schlager Inc., in the combined total of $743.53, including HST, per plowing event, this tender being the lowest overall of three tenders received.
9.1.3 – Successful Audit report for the Town of Parry Sound DWQMS Version 2.
Direction. DWQMS Version 2 for information only.
9.2.1 – Local Services Policy.
Resolution. That Council adopts the Local Services Policy for the Town of Parry Sound, as per the attached Schedule “A”; and That Resolution 2006-71 be rescinded.
10.2.1 – Site Plan Control By-law Amendment.
By-law 2019 – 6967. Being a By-law to Amend By-law 2017-6723, (as amended by By-law 2018-6843), to require Site Plan Control pursuant to Section 41 of the Planning Act.
Resolution. That Council waive any application fees related to a site plan control application which apply to Section 4.3 of By-law 2017-6723, as amended;
and That the general intent of Section 4.3 and Council is to beautify the streetscape by reducing the amount of parking spaces in the front yard, clearly defining driveways, revegetating and maintaining greenspace.
10.2.2 – Validation By-law – 61 and 63 William Street – Karvonen.
By-law 2019 – 6968. Being a By-law to permit the Parry Sound Area Planning Board to issue a Certificate of Validation for 61 and 63 William Street (Karvonen)
10.2.3 – Rezoning Application – Z/19/04 – 14/16 William Street (Henry).
By-Law 2019 – 6969. Being a By-law to amend By-law No. 2004-4653 (The Zoning By-law), as amended, for 14/16 William Street (Henry).
10.2.4 – Sign By-law Amendment – Blade Signs.
By-law 2019 – 6970. Being a by-law to amend the sign by-law; add Blade Sign type.