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A reasonably short agenda with limited notable items.

4.1 – Jay Aspin, Board Chair, Near North District School Board. Response to Town’s Resolution 2021-091 regarding JK-12 School.
A wonderfully written letter in response to the Town’s resolution. First class! 

9.2.2 – Ad hoc Waterfront Advisory Committee Terms of Reference.
It’s back again and with not much of a sense of vision. From reading the referenced letter it seems as though it will be a nice opportunity for people with similar interests to get together and think about waterfront maintenance.

10.5.1 – Return Management of Belvedere Long-Term Beds to MLTC for Campus of Care.
I’m confused and trust that the folks involved with this have a good handle on the issues and how this will best meet local needs.

Abridged Agenda

Closed Session
c) a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land for municipal or local board purposes; (proposed property exchange);
k) a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instruction to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality or local board, (proposed property exchange)

Public Meeting
Council will hold a public meeting to consider proposed Zoning By-law amendments under Section 34 of the Planning Act.

2.1 – 19 Miller Street – Z/21-08 (FAD Architect Inc. on behalf of Kasmani).
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is to change from C1 to permit seven dwelling units with the existing building, with a request for parking spaces to extend onto municipal property.

2.2 – 106 William Street, Z/21-09 (Barnes).
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is to change from R2 to permit a conditionally approved severance. Reductions to lot coverage, lot depth, minimum front yard, minimum rear yards and lot area have been requested.

2.3 – 14 & 18 Bowes Street, Z/21-10 (Upton).
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is to amend the SP 26.35(h) zone to permit a mixed-use development with office space on the main floor and seven residential units above and behind the commercial use, on each of the two lots. The amendment will increase commercial/residential floor area ratio, lift the “h” symbol, and modify the rear yard setback.

Correspondence
4.1 – Jay Aspin, Board Chair, Near North District School Board.

Response to Town’s Resolution 2021-091 regarding JK-12 School.

4.2 – Michele Fraser, CFO, Seguin Township.
Contribution of $10,000 towards Stockey Centre operating costs.

Deputations
None

Resolutions and Direction to Staff
9.2.1 – Update – Key Performance Objectives in Support of the Strategic Plan.
Resolution

That Council approve the 2021 Second Quarter progress report on the Town’s Key Performance Objectives (KPOs) as set out in Schedule A.

9.2.2 – Ad hoc Waterfront Advisory Committee Terms of Reference.
Resolution

Whereas the Town is in the heart of the Georgian Bay Biosphere which is a region of global ecological significance that has an ongoing commitment to the United Nations and sustainability; and
Whereas environmental stewardship is a strategic priority for the Town; and
Whereas access to and the use of the waterfront is integral to the Town’s identity; and
Whereas the Town has a diverse and active waterfront user and business community; and
Whereas the Town wishes to enhance the waterfront as a people gathering place;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT an Ad hoc Waterfront Advisory Committee be approved per Terms of Reference attached as Schedule A.

9.4.1 – 2021 Municipal Assistance Program Allocation.
Resolution
That Council approve the 2021 Municipal Assistance Program allocations per attached Schedule A.

9.4.2 – GIS Maturity Study.
Resolution

(Perry Group Project Proposal to be forwarded under separate cover by July 19, 2021)
Resolution
That Council approve sole sourcing the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Modernization Study under the Municipal Modernization Program (MMP), Intake 2 to Perry Group Consulting based on the firm’s completion of the Town of Parry Sound’s Technology Review, and the funding deadline provided by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH).

9.5.1 – Sail Parry Sound Support Request re: Phase 2 Application FedNor CCRF Grant.
Information to be provided under separate cover by Monday, July 19, 2021

By-laws
10.1.1 – Stop up and Close 5 Gibson Street road allowance.

Resolution
That Council of the Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound hereby decides to stop up and close a portion of the Gibson Street Road (5 Gibson Street – Shaw) Allowance as identified as Part 1 on Schedule “A”, and further that:
The applicant submits a deposit of $2,000 to pay for all legal costs;
That the requirement for a notice of the closure and declaration of surplus lands be waived; and
That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute an Agreement of Purchase and Sale, and any necessary paperwork to finalize the transaction.
By-law 2021 – 7151
Being a By-law to stop up and close a portion of the Gibson Street Road allowance (5 Gibson Street – Shaw).

10.3.1 – Approval of Funding Agreement – Rural Economic Development Grant.
By-law 2021 – 7152
Being a By-law to authorize the execution of an Agreement with the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs related to Funding Provided by the Province to the Municipality under the Rural Economic Development Program.

10.5.1 – Return Management of Belvedere Long-Term Beds to MLTC for Campus of Care.
By-law 2021 – 7150 (second and third readings)
Being a By-law to return management of 101 Long-Term Care Beds to the Ministry of Long-Term Care to be relocated into a Campus of Care at West Parry Sound Health Centre.