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Civic Petitions
 
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City Council


City Council Meeting
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Tom Davies Square

*Revised

6:00 p.m. OPEN SESSION, COUNCIL CHAMBER
 

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MOMENT OF SILENT REFLECTION

ROLL CALL

DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST AND THE GENERAL NATURE THEREOF

 

MATTERS ARISING FROM COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE

 
  JANUARY 18, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, resolutions CS2016-01 and CS2016-03 to CS2016-05, all of which are found at http://agendasonline.greatersudbury.ca/?pg=agenda&action=navigator&id=1009&itemid=rec. Any questions regarding the resolutions should be directed to Councillor Lapierre, Chair, Community Services Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 

MATTERS ARISING FROM FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE

 
  JANUARY 13, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, resolution FA2016-03, which can be found at http://agendasonline.greatersudbury.ca/?pg=agenda&action=navigator&id=958&itemid=rec. Any questions regarding the resolutions should be directed to Councillor Jakubo, Chair, Finance and Administration Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 
 
  JANUARY 19, 2016

No resolutions emanated from this meeting. Any questions regarding the meeting should be directed to Councillor Jakubo, Chair, Finance and Administration Committee.

 
 
  JANUARY 27, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, Finance and Administration Committee resolutions, which will be posted online following the meeting. Any questions regarding these resolutions should be directed to Councillor Jakubo, Chair, Finance and Administration Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 
 
  JANUARY 28, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, Finance and Administration Committee resolutions, which will be posted online following the meeting. Any questions regarding these resolutions should be directed to Councillor Jakubo, Chair, Finance and Administration Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 
 
  FEBRUARY 2, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, Finance and Administration Committee resolutions, which will be posted online following the meeting. Any questions regarding these resolutions should be directed to Councillor Jakubo, Chair, Finance and Administration Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 
 
  FEBRUARY 3, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, Finance and Administration Committee resolutions, which will be posted online following the meeting. Any questions regarding these resolutions should be directed to Councillor Jakubo, Chair, Finance and Administration Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 

MATTERS ARISING FROM OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

 
  JANUARY 18, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, resolutions OP2016-01 to OP2016-03, all of which are found at http://agendasonline.greatersudbury.ca/?pg=agenda&action=navigator&id=997&itemid=rec. Any questions regarding the resolutions should be directed to Councillor Kirwan, Chair, Operations Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 

MATTERS ARISING FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

 
  JANUARY 11, 2016

Council will consider, by way of one resolution, resolutions PL2016-01 and PL2016-03 to PL2016-07 and PL2016-09 to PL2016-13 all of which are found at: http://agendasonline.greatersudbury.ca/?pg=agenda&action=navigator&id=867&itemid=rec. Any questions regarding these resolutions should be directed to Councillor Cormier, Chair, Planning Committee.

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 

MINUTES

C-1. Planning Committee Minutes of January 11, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 
C-2. City Council Minutes of January 12, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-3. Finance and Administration Committee Minutes of January 13, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-4. Finance and Administration Committee Minutes of January 19, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-5. Operations Committee Minutes of January 18, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 
C-6. Community Services Committee Minutes of January 18, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 
C-7. Special Council Minutes, January 20, 2016
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

ROUTINE MANAGEMENT REPORTS

C-8. Report dated January 25, 2016 from the Acting Chief Administrative Officer regarding 2016 Market Vendor Fees.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report will outline the 2016 Market Vendor Fee structure developed and recommended by the Downtown Market Working Group advisory panel and will request Council's approval for an amendment to the 2016 User Fee Bylaw to have the fees included.)

8.1 Full Report (pdf)
8.2 2016 and 2015 Market Stall Options & Fees (pdf)

 

Regular Agenda

MANAGERS' REPORTS

R-1. Report dated January 27, 2016 from the Executive Director, Administrative Services/City Clerk regarding Animal Control Contract.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (Council will be asked to make three fundamental decisions about the future direction of Animal Control based on the report from Matrix Consulting entitled "Evaluation of the City of Greater Sudbury's Animal Control Services".)

1.1 Full Report (pdf)
1.2 Animal Control Report to Council - Appendix 1 (pdf)
1.3 Evaluation of CGS Animal Control Services - Appendix 2 (pdf)
1.4 CGS Animal Services Presentation Appendix 3 (pdf)

 

BY-LAWS

The following By-Laws will be read and passed. Draft by-laws are available for viewing by members of the public in the Clerk's Services Department on the day of the meeting. Approved by-laws are publically posted with the meeting agenda on the day after passage.
2016-24

A By-Law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Confirm the Proceedings of Council at Its Meeting of January 26th, 2016

2016-25

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Authorize the Purchase of an Easement and Part of 555 Barry Downe Road, Sudbury Described as Part of PIN 02132-0416 (LT) from Barry Downe 555 Inc.

Planning Committee Recommendation #PL2016-03

(This by-law authorizes the purchase of part of 555 Barry Downe Road, Sudbury, for municipal purposes as part of future road widening on Barry Downe Road, Sudbury and acquisition of a relocated hydro easement.)

2016-26P

A By-Law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Adopt Plan Amendment No. 65 to the Official Plan for the City of Greater Sudbury

Planning Committee Recommendation #PL2015-221

(The proposed amendment is a site-specific amendment to provide an exception from the policies of Section 5.2.2 of the Official Plan (Rural and Waterfront Lot Creation) related to the minimum public road frontage required for a non-waterfront rural lot – Normand Clement, Highway 69 & Gravel Drive, Hanmer.)

2016-27Z

A By-Law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-Law 2010-100Z being the Comprehensive Zoning By-Law for the City of Greater Sudbury

Planning Committee Recommendation #PL2016-07

(This by-law changes the zoning classification from “C2(28)”, General Commercial Special to a revised “C2(28)”, General Commercial Special to remove an automotive dealership as a permitted use and to add a hotel or a multiple dwelling as permitted uses on the subject lands - 7200129 Canada Inc., 5980 Highway 69 North, Hanmer.)

2016-28

A By-Law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2015-266 being a By-Law to Establish Miscellaneous User Fees for Certain Services provided by the City of Greater Sudbury

(This by-law amends the User Fee By-law to effect changes of a housekeeping nature to the Schedules for Ice User Charges, Community Halls/Meeting rooms/Arena Floors and Infrastructure General, implement Film Permit fees and amend the Transit Schedule.)

2016-29

A By-Law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Authorize an Agreement with the Sudbury Wolves Hockey Club Limited to Amend the Arena Operating Agreement

(This agreement will amend the concession fees in accordance with By-law 2008-211 and will add clarity to the annual adjustment pursuant to Consumer Price Index of the rates under the Arena Operating Agreement.)

MOTIONS

M-1. Optimization of Fire and Emergency Medical Services
  MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION

As presented by Councillor Lapierre,

WHEREAS the Community Services Committee, by way of Recommendation CS2015-17, as ratified by Council Resolution CC2015-291 directed staff to bring a report back to a Community Services Committee meeting in the spring of 2016 regarding the optimization of fire services, stations and man power/service levels;

AND WHEREAS Emergency Medical Services (EMS) shares space in 10 of the 24 fire stations and as a result EMS should be included in the optimization review;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation CS2015-17 as ratified by Resolution CC2015-291 be reconsidered.

 
M-2. Should Item M-1 be carried by two-thirds majority, the following Motion will be presented
  As presented by Councillor Lapierre,

WHEREAS the Community Services Committee, by way of Recommendation CS2015-17, as ratified by Council Resolution CC2015-291 directed staff to bring a report back to a Community Services Committee meeting in the spring of 2016 regarding the optimization of fire services, stations and man power/service levels;

AND WHEREAS Emergency Medical Services (EMS) shares space in 10 of the 24 fire stations and as a result EMS should be included in the optimization review;

AND WHEREAS the Emergency Services Tactical Plan adopted by Council in 2014 will lead to a more efficient and effective service for the citizens of the City of Greater Sudbury;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Community Services Recommendation CS2015-17 be amended to read as follows:

“That the City of Greater Sudbury direct staff to bring a report back to a Community Services Committee meeting in the spring of 2016 regarding the optimization of Fire and Emergency Medical Services, stations and man power / service levels, in line with the Emergency Services Tactical Plan adopted by Council in 2014;”

 
M-3. Beech Street Parking
  As presented by Councillor Landry-Altmann,

WHEREAS, the Finance and Administration Committee, by way of Recommendation FA2015-63, as ratified by Council Resolution CC2015-403 removed the two hour free parking from the Beech Street Lot;

AND WHEREAS new information is now available regarding the history of the 2 hour free parking program and the impact to users of the Beech Street parking lot and downtown businesses;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Recommendation FA2015-63 as ratified by Resolution CC2015-403 be reconsidered.

 
M-4. Should Item M-3 be carried by two-thirds majority, the following Motion will be presented
  As presented by Councillor Landry-Altmann,

WHEREAS the Finance and Administration Committee, by way of Recommendation FA2015-63, as ratified by Council Resolution CC2015-403 removed the two hour free parking from the Beech Street Lot;

AND WHEREAS new information is now available regarding the history of the 2 hour free parking program and the impact to users of the Beech Street parking lot and downtown businesses;

AND WHEREAS the goal of the 2 hour free parking program was to reduce the negative perception of parking Downtown and encourage people to shop downtown;

AND WHEREAS the Energy Court parking lot at which the 2 hour free parking is to be maintained is not as close in proximity to the downtown core as is the Beech Street parking lot;

AND WHEREAS the Downtown Master Plan “presents a series of recommendations to reinforce the Downtown’s role as the biggest, brightest and best downtown in Northern Ontario. Strategies are presented for improving the downtown’s level of economic, cultural and retail activity, its sense of place and its role as the urban centre for the region. Indeed, The Downtown Sudbury Master Plan suggests ways in which the City of Greater Sudbury can position itself as the ‘Capital of the North’.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury reinstates the 2 hour free parking program from the Beech Street Lot;

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury direct staff to investigate options to increase compliance with and enforce the 2 hour free parking limit and report those findings to Council at a later date.

 

ADDENDUM

 
   

CIVIC PETITIONS

 
  1 Beech Street Parking (pdf)

 

NOTICES OF MOTION

 
   

ADJOURNMENT