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Minutes
Routine Management Reports
Correspondence for Information Only
Managers' Reports
By-Laws
 
Motions
M-1. NAFTA
Addendum
 
Civic Petitions
 
Question Period
 
Notices of Motion
 
Adjournment
 
Meeting Quick Pick

Agenda
City Council


City Council Meeting
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Tom Davies Square
Brian Bigger, Chair

*REVISED

 

1:00 p.m. CLOSED SESSION, COMMITTEE ROOM C-12
3:00 p.m. OPEN SESSION, COUNCIL CHAMBER

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ROLL CALL

Resolution to move to Closed Session to deal with one (1) Labour Relations or Employee Negotiations Matter regarding waste collection, one (1) item regarding Personal Matters (Identifiable Individual(s) and one (1) Litigation or Potential Litigation / Solicitor-Client Privilege Matter regarding various litigation matters all in accordance with the Municipal Act, 2001, s. 239(2)(b), (d), (e) and (f).
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

RECESS

MOMENT OF SILENT REFLECTION

ROLL CALL

DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST AND THE GENERAL NATURE THEREOF

PRESENTATIONS

1. Report dated July 31, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Depot Master Plan - Frobisher, St. Clair, Suez, Black Lake & Whitefish.
(ELECTRONIC PRESENTATION)   (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)  
  (This report provides preliminary design and cost estimates for five (5) depot sites including a central engineering and administration building to be located at the Frobisher Depot.)

1.1 Full Report (pdf)

  • David Shelsted, Director, Infrastructure Capital Planning Services
 
2. Large Projects Update
(ELECTRONIC PRESENTATION)   (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)   (REPORT TO BE TABLED)  
  (Update on the City's four large projects.)

  • Catherine Matheson, General Manager of Community Development
  • Ian Wood, Director of Economic Development
 

MATTERS ARISING FROM THE CLOSED SESSION

 
  Deputy Mayor Landry-Altmann will rise and report on any matters discussed during the Closed Session. Council will then consider any resolution emanating from the Closed Session.

 

MATTERS ARISING FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

 
  August 14, 2018

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

(RESOLUTION PREPARED)

 

ADOPTING, APPROVING OR RECEIVING ITEMS IN THE CONSENT AGENDA

 
  (RESOLUTION PREPARED FOR ITEMS C-1 TO C-17)

 

MINUTES

C-1. Planning Committee Minutes of June 25, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-2. Special City Council Minutes of June 26, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-3. City Council Minutes of June 26, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-4. Emergency Services Committee Minutes of June 27, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-5. Hearing Committee Minutes of June 27, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-6. Operations Committee Minutes of July 9, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-7. Community Services Committee Minutes of July 9, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-8. Planning Committee Minutes of July 9, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-9. Audit Committee Minutes of July 10, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-10. Finance and Administration Committee Minutes of July 10, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

C-11. City Council Minutes of July 10, 2018
(RESOLUTION PREPARED - MINUTES ADOPTED)  

 

ROUTINE MANAGEMENT REPORTS

C-12. Report dated July 5, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding 2019 Schedule of Meeting Dates - Council and Committees.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report provides the 2019 schedule of meeting dates for City Council and Committees all in accordance with Procedure By-law 2011-235.)

12.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-13. Report dated July 20, 2018 from the Chief Administrative Officer regarding GSDC Funding for Science North Big Change - Big Impact Project.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report and resolution seeks Council's concurrence for an investment of $750,000 over four years by the City of Greater Sudbury Community Development Corporation into the Science North Big Change - Big Impact renewal project.)

13.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-14. Report dated July 18, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding AGCO 'By the Glass' Application Request - Stack Brewing Corp.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report provides information regarding the AGCO 'By the Glass' application as requested by Stack Brewing Corp.)

14.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-15. Report dated August 1, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Special Flight Operations Certificate Request - Parachuting (Skydiving).
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report provides information regarding the non-objection request from Skydive Petawawa to obtain a Special Flight Operations Certificate from Transport Canada.)

15.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-16. Report dated July 24, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Transit for Municipal Election.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report seeks Council authorization to provide free access to public transit on Election Day, October 22, 2018 and future municipal elections for those persons wishing to access transit in order to exercise their right to vote.)

16.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-17. Report dated July 30, 2018 from the General Manager of Community Development regarding Healthy Community Initiative Fund Applications.
(RESOLUTION PREPARED)  
  (This report is requesting approval(s) of eligible Healthy Community Initiative Fund application(s) in accordance with By-law 2018-129.)

17.1 Full Report (pdf)

 

CORRESPONDENCE FOR INFORMATION ONLY

C-18. Report dated July 25, 2018 regarding 2018 Citizen Survey Results.
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY)  
  (This report provides an update on the 2018 Citizen Survey results.)

18.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-19. Report dated July 25, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Public Sale for Tax Arrears Under the Municipal Act - September 26, 2018.
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY)  
  (This report explains the public sale for tax arrears under the Municipal Act.)

19.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-20. Report dated July 27, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Noise Abatement Measure for Maley Drive.
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY)  
  (This report provides options for noise abatement measures to be implemented within the Maley Drive extension project, to ensure the continued livability of the adjacent neighbourhoods.)

20.1 Full Report (pdf)

 
C-21. Report dated July 20, 2018 from the Chief Administrative Officer regarding Primary Healthcare Provider Recruitment and Retention Program.
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY)  
  (This report provides an update on the results of the Primary Healthcare Provider Recruitment and Retention Program.)

21.1 Full Report (pdf)

 

Regular Agenda

MANAGERS' REPORTS

R-1. Report dated July 27, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Council Orientation and Strategic Planning.
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY)  
  (This report provides information regarding an orientation process that will assist the incoming Council as well as outlines the development of a strategic planning process.)

1.1 Full Report (pdf)

 

BY-LAWS

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
 
  Draft by-laws are available for viewing a week prior to the meeting on the City's website at: https://agendasonline.greatersudbury.ca. Approved by-laws are publically posted with the meeting agenda on the day after passage.

 
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.
2018-144

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Authorize Certain Grants Under the Lake Stewardship Grant Program

(This by-law authorizes the payment of $500 to each of the six successful applicants to the Lake Stewardship Grant Program in 2018.)



Report dated July 30, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Lake Stewardship Grant Program - 2018.
2018-141

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Confirm the Proceedings of Council at its Meeting of August 14th, 2018

2018-142

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2011-277 being a By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Prescribe Standards for the Maintenance and Occupancy of All Property

City Council Resolution #CC2018-188

(This by-law amends By-law 2011-277 to permit a Legal Graffiti Wall installation on the south wall of 71 Cedar Street, fronting on Old City Hall Lane.)

2018-143

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Authorize a Grant for the Benefit of Theatre Cambrian Regarding Rental Costs

City Council Resolution #CC2018-209

(This by-law authorizes a one-time contribution for the benefit of Theatre Cambrian from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve by paying certain space rental costs directly to Sudbury Theatre Centre to a maximum of $20,000.)

2018-145

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury Respecting the Remuneration to Members of Council of the City of Greater Sudbury

(This by-law replaces and updates By-law 2017-148F to reflect current remuneration levels and incorporates changes reported in the report to the Finance and Administration Committee on February 6th, 2018, arising from CRA's elimination of the non-taxable allowances for members of municipal council, for the 2019 taxation year.)

2018-146

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury Regarding Authorities Under the Ontario Renovates Program and the 2016 Social Infrastructure Fund – Year 3 Notional Allocation

Community Services Resolution #CS2018-10

(This Bylaw delegates necessary authorities for the conduct of the Ontario Renovates Program funded under the 2016 Social Infrastructure Fund.)

2018-147

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2017-222, Being a By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Establish Miscellaneous User Fees for Certain Services Provided by the City of Greater Sudbury

City Council Resolution #CC2018-147

(This by-law amends the User Fee By-law to waive facility rental costs otherwise payable by community groups hosting events for celebrations marking anniversaries of every quarter century since the formation of the seven former area municipalities.)

2018-148

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2018-29 being a By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Regulate Noise

(This amending by-law expands on the enforcement provisions to provide more options to the by-law enforcement officer.)

2018-149

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2010-1 Being a By-law to Regulate Traffic and Parking on Roads in the City of Greater Sudbury

Operations Committee Resolution #OP2017-44, OP2018-12, OP2018-13

(This amending by-law implements recommended changes to the regulation of traffic and parking.)

2018-150

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Rename Turner Drive as Meagan Duhamel Street

Planning Committee Resolution #2018-111

(This by-law renames Turner Drive to Meagan Duhamel Street in honour of her significant contributions to sport and Greater Sudbury.)

2018-152

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Adopt the Chelmsford Town Centre Community Improvement Plan

Planning Committee Resolution #PL2018-113

2018-153

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Declare Certain Parcels of Land to be Part of the City Road System

(This by-law is presented to Council from time to time. It provides for all the small “bits and pieces” of roadway that have been purchased or otherwise acquired by the City for road purposes to be formally declared as roads.)

2018-154

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Deem Lot 11 on Plan 53M-1357 not to be a Lot on a Plan of Subdivision for the Purposes of Subsection (3) of Section 50 of the Planning Act

Planning Committee Meeting of August 14th, 2018

2018-155P

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Adopt Official Plan Amendment No. 96 to the Official Plan for the City of Greater Sudbury

Planning Committee Meeting of August 14th, 2018

(This by-law authorizes a site-specific amendment by redesignating the subject lands from “Mining/Mineral Reserve” to “Rural” – Kenneth & Lucille Salo - 1431 Fairbank Road East.)

2018-156P

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Adopt Official Plan Amendment No. 97 to the Official Plan for the City of Greater Sudbury

Planning Committee Resolution #PL2018-119

(This by-law authorizes a site-specific amendment to provide an exception from the policies of Section 5.2.2 concerning the minimum public road frontage required for a non-waterfront lot in Rural Areas – Cecile and Yvon Rainville - 3070 Martin Road, Blezard Valley.)

2018-158Z

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 Resolution #PL2018-118

(This by-law rezones the subject property to “R3(66)”, Medium Density Residential Special in order to permit eight (8) street townhouse dwellings - Timestone Corporation - Birmingham Drive, Sudbury.)

2018-159Z

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 Meeting August 14, 2018

(This by-law rezones the subject to "R2-2", Low Density Residential Two in order to permit four semi-detached dwelling units – Amy St. John & Mark Debelak - Balfour Street, Chelmsford.)

2018-160Z

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 Resolution #PL2018-117

(This by-law does not rezone the subject property. Pursuant to Section 39 of the Planning Act, Council has approved a temporary use by-law in order to allow a business office as a temporary use until November 30, 2020 - Alba & Luigi Zagordo - 218-220 John Street, Sudbury.)

2018-161Z

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 Meeting of August 14th, 2018

(This by-law does not rezone the subject property. Pursuant to Section 39 of the Planning Act, Council has approved a temporary use by-law in order to permit a second dwelling unit to be used as a garden suite accessory to an existing single detached dwelling - René Giroux & Micheline Gervais - 2966 McKenzie Road, Chelmsford.)

2018-162Z

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 Resolution #PL2018-120

(This by-law rezones the subject property to “R1-4”, Low Density Residential One, "RU(91)", Rural Special and "RU(92)", Rural Special in order to sever the southwesterly portion of the subject land and recognize the reduced lot frontage and the legal non-complying setbacks of the existing dwelling and garage and eliminate the split zoning (3070 Martin Road); and, rezone the southeasterly portion of the subject land to accommodate a proposed lot addition with abutting PIN 73500-0583 [2574 Peter Street] - Cecile and Yvon Rainville - 3070 Martin Road, Blezard Valley.)

2018-163Z

A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Exempt Certain Lands from Part Lot Control Pursuant to Section 50(5) of the Planning Act, Respect of Lands Described as Part of Block 3, Plan 53M-1429, being
Parts 3 to 55 and Part 57, Plan 53R-21017, Lot 6, Concession 1, Township of Rayside

Planning Committee Resolution #PL2018-74

(This by-law exempts the subject lands from the part lot control provisions of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990 in order to facilitate the creation of twelve individual parcels of tied land to a common element condominium taking the form of a private access driveway - Bayside Sudbury Corporation - Bayside Estates Subdivision, Azilda.)

MOTIONS

M-1. NAFTA
  As presented by Mayor Bigger:

WHEREAS the AMO board approved the proposed NAFTA resolution to be shared with its Members, the Federal Government, the Provincial Government, and Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM);

AND WHEREAS, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) governs nearly every aspect of Canada and the United States economic relationship including manufacturing, agriculture, resources industries, and services;

AND WHEREAS, about 80% of all of Ontario’s exports go to the United States and Ontario is the top trading partner of half of all American States;

AND WHEREAS, even minor changes to the established trade relationship between Canada and the United States could have significant consequences for workers, consumers, and governments on both sides of the border;

AND WHEREAS, Canada’s and Ontario’s economic future and the continued well-being of communities and their local economies depend on free and fair trading relationships based in current future trade agreements;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Ontario municipal governments, represented by the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), stand together with the Federal and Ontario governments in their efforts to protect Canadian jobs and local economies;

AND THAT AMO will work with the Province of Ontario to support the interests of municipalities and communities affected by trade disputes and during ongoing trade agreement negotiations;

AND THAT AMO will work with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to ensure that Canada understands the municipal impacts affected by trade disputes and during ongoing trade agreement negotiations;

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury supports AMO’s resolution.

 
M-2. Permitting Back Yard Hens Across Greater Sudbury
  As presented by Councillors McIntosh and Kirwan:

WHEREAS in 2004, the City of Greater Sudbury and the Sudbury and District Board of Health adopted the Greater Sudbury Food Charter which specifically endorses programs that relate to population health and wellness, community development, investment in the regional food system and the development of a sustainable food system;

AND WHEREAS Council, as part of the Phase 1 amendment of the Official Plan review, approved Local Food System policy objectives at Section 6.1 c. which includes strengthening and expanding the local food system, including removing barriers to local food systems where feasible;

AND WHEREAS Council has directed staff to assist with the implementation of the Greater Sudbury Food Strategy, which outlines the actions required to make our community’s food system more equitable, vibrant and sustainable, through existing resources allocated to the EarthCare Sudbury Program;

AND WHEREAS one of the Greater Sudbury Food Strategy Recommendations’ goals is to increase household food production within Greater Sudbury by evaluating options for updating city by-laws to reduce barriers for home-based food raising (homesteading) activities;

AND WHEREAS current by-laws only permit domestic fowl/poultry on lands situated within agricultural and rural zones;

AND WHEREAS at the June 26th, 2018 Council meeting, a petition was submitted with a significant number of signatures, requesting an update of existing by-laws in order to allow back yard hens in Greater Sudbury;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury direct staff to prepare a report for Council’s consideration at its September 25th, 2018 meeting, to include options/recommendations with regard to allowing back yard hens across Greater Sudbury, beyond the agricultural and rural zones.

 
M-3. Request for Business Case for Place des Arts
  As presented by Councillor Lapierre and seconded by Mayor Bigger:

WHEREAS Place des Arts is a multi-use arts and cultural space to be built in the downtown, which aims to be a gathering place that provides professional space for various arts and community purposes;

AND WHEREAS in 2017, Council for the City of Greater Sudbury approved a conditional grant not to exceed $5 million over 3 years commencing in 2017, as a capital contribution;

AND WHEREAS the City of Greater Sudbury has also contributed the land on which Place des Arts will be constructed;

AND WHEREAS the Large Project Update – Place des arts report presented to City Council on September 13th, 2016 indicated that as part of future requests, Place des Arts would be requesting a tax abatement in the full amount eligible, dependent on the property classification by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation, and an annual operating contribution of $200,000 beginning once the centre opens;

AND WHEREAS a letter received from the Place des Arts’ Board President dated July 18th, 2018 (attached) indicates that a review of their operational needs indicates that they will need yearly operational funding of $260,000 from the City as soon as 2019, which represents approximately 20% of its estimated $1.3 million annual operational budget;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to prepare a business case for the Place des Arts’ funding request, to be presented during the 2019 budget deliberations.

 

ADDENDUM

 
 

 

CIVIC PETITIONS

 
 

 

QUESTION PERIOD

 
 

 

NOTICES OF MOTION

 
 

 

ADJOURNMENT