I hope everyone is safe and healthy with access to an appropriate supply of toilet paper. I wonder if there was a similar run on the LCBO.
There are a few interesting items on the agenda.
9.3.1 Consent Application – B/03/2020 (PS) – Kondwani Corporation. This relates to an application to separate the property on Emily Street, the former helicopter service facility, to allow for potential residential and commercial development. There are about 20 hectares involved.
10.3.1 – Amendment to Parking and Traffic Control By-law 2019-6912 for the Town of Parry Sound. This change will permit reparking in the downtown. This will be to the advantage of downtown employees who are too lazy to walk up from the Bobby Orr Community Centre but at the expense of customers and clients. It doesn’t bother me, I can walk or ride my bike to our downtown.
10.3.3 – New Smoking By-law for the Town of Parry Sound. This new By-law adds in restrictions on the use of cannabis and electronic cigarettes, i.e., vaping devices.
9.1.1 – 2019 Statement of Remuneration Paid to Council and Appointed Board Members. I expect you are all interested in these numbers so I have clipped them from the agenda and pasted them below.
c) a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land for municipal or local board purposes; (potential acquisition of property for municipal purposes)
e) litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board (potential claims regarding issues on private property);
4.1 – Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs & Housing. Provincial Policy Statement, 2020.
4.2 – Kami Johnson, Administrator, Belvedere Heights. 2020 levy.
4.3 – Frank Fernandez, Stop the Great Lakes Nuclear Dump. OPG’s plan to build a nuclear waste repository in Kincardine abandoned.
4.4.a – North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit. Health Unit Preparing for Covid-19.
4.4.b – Ministry of Health. Province Implementing Enhanced Measures to Protect Ontarians from COVID-19.
5.1 – Leslie Mapstone. Film Festival June 4-6, 2020
Resolutions and Direction to Staff
9.1.1 – 2019 Statement of Remuneration Paid to Council and Appointed Board Members.
Resolution. That the 2019 Statement of Remuneration Paid to Council and Appointed Board Members, attached as Schedule “A”, be accepted.
9.2.1 – 2019 Water System Summary Report.
Resolution. Whereas the Town of Parry Sound owns and operates the Parry Sound Drinking Water System (M.O.E. Designation Number 2200000585) which has been categorized as a “Large Residential” Drinking Water System, and
Whereas Ontario Regulation 170-03 (as amended) under the Safe Drinking Water Act requires, according to “Schedule 22 Summary Reports for Municipalities” that all large Municipal Residential Drinking water systems have a report prepared no later than March 31st of each year addressing the items detailed in the Regulation and is given to the members of Council in the case of a drinking water system owned by a municipality;
Therefore, be it resolved that Council of the Town of Parry Sound hereby acknowledges receipt of the report titled: “Town of Parry Sound Tony Agnello Water Treatment Plant, Large Municipal Residential Drinking Water System Summary Report 2019”, as prepared by Kyle Hall, Manager of Water Systems.
9.3.1 Consent Application – B/03/2020 (PS) – Kondwani Corporation.
Resolution. That a decision on Consent Application No. B/03/2020 (PS) (Kondwani Corporation / 58 Emily Street) be supported, subject to conditions of consent that require:
1. The payment of cash-in-lieu of parkland;
2. The retained lands be rezoned to recognize the lands do not have frontage and access onto a year-round maintained road, and also that a holding symbol be applied which requires the submission of Record of Site Condition and the evaluation of the landfill site prior to any sensitive use; and
3. The submission of an environmental impact study supporting the proposed consent application.
9.4.1 Canada Arts Presentation Fund (CAPF) Grant Application 2021-2024.
Resolution. THAT Council authorizes that application be made to the Canada Arts Presentation Fund (CAPF) for the 2021-2024 Stockey Centre programming season; and THAT the CAO, Clayton Harris be authorized to execute the application and other relevant documents.
9.4.2 – Grant Funding Opportunity Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport.
Resolution. WHEREAS on the 21st day of August, 2000 The Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound and The Corporation of the Township of Seguin entered into an Agreement for the operation, control and management of the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport;
AND WHEREAS The Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound and The Corporation of the Township of Seguin hold title to the Airport lands;
AND WHEREAS the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport Commission has prepared applications to FedNor and the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) for funding for a Runway and Airside Business Development Project;
AND WHEREAS the Town of Parry Sound and the Township of Seguin as contributing funding partners to the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport, in the event there are cost overruns for this project, the Town of Parry Sound (20%) and the Township of Seguin (80%) are obligated to provide financial assistance to the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport Commission as required;
THEFEFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, as owners of the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport lands, the Council of The Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound does hereby support the applications for funding from FedNor and the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) for capital improvements at the Airport (Runway and Airside Business Development Project);
AND THAT the Township of Seguin will provide cash flow assistance to the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport Commission as required for the municipal portion, in the form of a long-term repayable loan of a maximum of 2.5 million, with specific terms of repayment to be determined at a later date;
AND THAT Council approves the Township of Seguin to act as the lead Applicant for the above referenced Project;
AND THAT the Township of Seguin, as lead applicant will establish appropriate measures, project oversite, including status updates to minimize the risk of cost overruns.
10.1.1 – MPAC Lease Agreement – Extension.
By-law 2020 – 7022. Being a By-Law to authorize extension of lease agreement with the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) for office space from November 1, 2020 to October 31, 2025.
10.3.1 – Amendment to Parking and Traffic Control By-law 2019-6912 for the Town of Parry Sound.
By-law 2020 – 7023. Being a By-law to amend the Parking and Traffic Control By-law 2019-6912.
10.3.2 – Updated agreements with Chris Everitt, Earl Smallwood and Gary Kloetstra for on call after hours Municipal Law Enforcement services.
By-law: 2020 – 7024. Being a by-law to enter into an agreement with Chris Everitt, Earl Smallwood and Gary Kloetstra for the provision of on call after hours Municipal Law Enforcement services.
10.3.3 – New Smoking By-law for the Town of Parry Sound.
By-law 2020 – 7025. Being a By-law to Prohibit Smoking on Town of Parry Sound Property.