Items 4.6 and 5.3 are of particular interest. It seems that Seguin Sarah and Seguin Sam will be presenting the Seguin Scam to Council.

Council Agenda (Abridged)

Closed Session
f) advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose, (Cross Boundary Servicing);
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, (Cross Boundary Servicing)

1. Earth Day
2. Ukrainian Settlement in Parry Sound

Public Meeting
2.1 B-22-01 – Anderson – Bay Street

Council will hold a public meeting to consider a proposed consent application under Section 53 of the Planning Act. The purpose of the proposed consent is to sever and convey approximately 0.1 hectares of land, shown as Dock Property South of Bay Street, Conger Lumber Co Property and Water Lot Conger Lot Lumber Property on Plan 137; Parts 3, 4 and 13 to 15 on Registered Plan 42R6113; and Parts 16, 17, 18, 20, 21 and 24 on Registered Plan 42R8704, as a lot addition to the abutting parcel known as Part Lot 30, Concession 1 (former Municipality of McDougall); Part of Parcel D on Plan 11; and Parts 5 to 12, 16 and 17 on Registered Plan 42R6113. The retained parcel will be approximately 0.44 hectares and the receiving lot will be approximately 0.34 hectares.

4.1 – David Coles
Resignation from DBA

4.2 – Elizabeth Entz, Hope Pregnancy Support Centre
Request for Council Member participation at monthly inter-agency information sharing meetings.

4.3 – Malcolm Fraser
Waubuno Beach Lifeguards.

4.4 – Ashlyn Simpson
Waubuno Beach Lifeguards.

4.5 – Dale Traversy
Waubuno Beach Lifeguards

4.6 – Mayor Ann MacDiarmid, CAO Jason Inwood, Township of Seguin
Seguin response regarding its Ministerial Zoning Order application.

5.1 – Nadine Hammond, Curator, Museum on Tower Hill
2021 Museum Update Activity and 2022 contribution request follow-up

5.2 – Ashlyn Simpson
Request to investigate community consequences of eliminating Waubuno Beach lifeguards from 2022 budget.

5.3 – Mayor Ann MacDiarmid, CAO Jason Inwood, Township of Seguin
Seguin Township’s response to Town questions re: Seguin’s MZO application.

Ratification of Matters from Closed Agenda
To be determined

Resolutions and Direction to Staff
9.2.1 – The Pursuit of Grant Funding.

That Council receives the grant information report attached as Schedule A for information purposes.

9.2.2 – Ontario Regulation 284/09 – Excluded Expenses from the 2022 Budget.

That Council hereby adopts the compliance report for expenses excluded from the 2022 budget outlined in the staff Report and Recommendation “Ontario Regulation 284/09”, attached as Schedule “A”, as a requirement of Ontario Regulation 284/09 passed under the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25

9.3.1 – 57 William Street Storm Sewer Replacement.
That Council accepts the bid from Powcon Inc. for the replacement of the Town owned storm sewer infrastructure at 57 William Street in the amount of $106,970.00, including taxes, this being the lowest of five bids received.

9.3.2 – Information Report – Budget Item.
That the Report identified as Information Report – Budget Item be received for information purposes.

9.3.2 – Application for a Climate Change intern under the Northern Ontario Development Program (NODP) Internship Program.

That Council approves an application for a Northern Ontario Development Program (NODP) internship position in Climate Change for a one-year term to further the Town of Parry Sound’s climate change goal of becoming net-zero.

9.4.1 – Consent Application (B22-01) – 9 & 11 Bay Street.

That Council provisionally approves Consent Application (B22-01; 9 & 11 Bay Street) for a lot line adjustment, subject to the conditions of approval as follows:
1. That the proposed lot addition be in accordance with the proposed lot addition sketch of the attached as Attachment 1.
2. That the Applicant provide the Clerk with:
a) A draft copy of the reference plan to be prepared by an Ontario Land Surveyor deposited in the Land Registry Office.
b) The original execute transfer (deed), a duplicate original and one photocopy.
3. That all Municipal taxes to date shall be paid in full.
4. That all Township fees and disbursements (as applicable) shall be paid in full.

Other Business
9.5.1 – Be a Donor/National Green Shirt Day.

Whereas, “BeADonor Month” supports organ and tissue donor registration; and
Whereas, more than 1,500 people in Ontario are on the waitlist and every three days someone dies waiting for a live-saving organ transplant; and
Whereas, in 2021, 299 deceased organ donors gave the gift of life, 1,189 organ transplants were performed in Ontario, and 1,963 tissue donors enhanced the lives of thousands; and
Whereas, 90% of Ontarians support organ and tissue donation yet only one in three (35%) of eligible Ontarians have registered their consent to donate; and
Whereas, families almost always consent to donation when there is evidence a loved one registered their decision to donate, but in the absence of a registered donation decision, families consent only half of the time; and
Whereas, everyone is a potential organ and tissue donor, regardless of age, medical condition or sexual orientation; one organ donor can save up to eight lives and enhance the lives of up to 75 more through the gift of tissue
Now Therefore the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound hereby proclaims April 2022 as BeADonor Month in the Town of Parry Sound, and
all citizens are encouraged to learn more about organ and tissue donation and transplantation and consider pledging their support to “BeADonor Month” by registering as a donor at

10.1.1 – Stockey Centre Honeywell Service Agreement Renewal.
By-law 2022 – 7233

Being a By-law to authorize the execution of a renewal agreement with Honeywell Limited for the provision of HVAC services at the Charles W. Stockey Centre.

10.2.1 – 2022 Budget.
By-law 2022 – 7234

Being a By-law to Adopt the Operating and Capital Budget Estimated for the Year 2022.
Whereas the Town of Parry Sound is a member of The West Parry Sound Recreation and Cultural Centre (The Board); and
Whereas The Board has requested a 20% cash flow advance for the capital contribution towards the West Parry Sound Recreation and Cultural Centre (The Project); and
Whereas the Town has already contributed $53,400 from the general operating surplus in 2021 towards The Project;
Now therefore be it resolved that Town Council’ directs staff to advance a capital contribution of $454,323.71 (26.7% of $8,507,934.69) to The West Parry Sound Recreation and Cultural Centre towards The Project; and
Authorizes that the advance for the capital contribution will initially be funded from the Town’s General Working Reserve until such time as it is appropriate to debenture the Towns portion of the capital cost.

10.3.1 – NORDS Transfer Payment Agreement to Offset Resource Development Impacts.
By-law 2022 – 7235

Being a By-law to authorize the execution of a Transfer Payment Agreement with the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry to receive funding intended to help offset the impacts of resource development on Municipal Infrastructure.

10.4.1 – Request for Cash in Lieu of Parking Agreement – 98 James Street.
Resolution 2022

That a by-law be enacted to authorize a cash-in-lieu of parking agreement for one (1) parking space at 98 James Street.
By-Law 2022 – 7236
Being a By-law to authorize the execution of a cash-in-lieu of parking agreement between 98 James Street (2771544 Ontario Inc.) and the Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound.