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Minutes

For the City Council Meeting held
Tuesday, June 12, 2018



Location: Tom Davies Square
Commencement: 6:00 PM
Adjournment: 9:46 PM






 
           

His Worship Mayor Brian Bigger, In the Chair

           
Present

Councillors Signoretti, Vagnini [D 9:27 p.m.], Montpellier [D 9:03 p.m.], Dutrisac, Kirwan, Lapierre, Jakubo, Sizer [D 9:06 p.m.],  McIntosh, Cormier [A 6:45 p.m., D 8:15 p.m.], Landry-Altmann, Mayor Bigger

             
City Officials Ed Archer, Chief Administrative Officer; Kevin Fowke, General Manager of Corporate Services; Tony Cecutti, General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure Services; Eric Labelle, City Solicitor and Clerk; Kristen Newman, Deputy City Solicitor / Deputy City Clerk; Eliza Bennett, Director of Communications and Community Engagement; Gord Nicholls, Communications and Issues Management Officer; Ron Foster, Auditor General; Jeff Pafford, Director of Leisure Services; Melissa Zanette, Chief of Staff; Michelle Ferrigan, Director of Transit Services; Joe Rocca, Traffic and Management Supervisor; Kris Longston, Manager of Community and Strategic Planning; Marissa Talarico, Active Transporation Coordinator; Eleetha Savage, Manager of Special Projects; Rachel Adriaans, Legislative Compliance Coordinator; Lisa Locken, Clerk's Services Assistant
             
           

Declarations of Pecuniary Interests and the general nature thereof

           
  None declared
            


Community Delegations

1 ..   Sustainable Mobility Advisory Panel (SMAP)

Pam Banks, Daniel Barrett and Carol Craig, Sustainable Mobility Advisory Panel (SMAP) presented an electronic presentation regarding the Sustainable Mobility Advisory Panel for information only.

2 ..   Share the Road Cycling Coalition

Jamie Stuckless, Executive Director, Share the Road Cycling Coalition presented an electronic presentation regarding the Share the Road Cycling Coalition for information only.


Recess

At 6:37 p.m. Council recessed.

Reconvene

At 6:43 p.m. Council reconvened.

Presentations

1 ..   Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury

Marissa Talarico, Active Transportation Coordinator and Joe Rocca, Traffic and Asset Management Supervisor, presented an electronic presentation regarding the Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury for information only.

2 ..   Large Projects Update

Eleetha Savage, Special Projects Manager, presented an electronic presentation regarding the Large Projects Update for information only.

Matters Arising from Audit Committee

..   May 15, 2018

Councillor McIntosh, as Chair of the Audit Committee, reported on the matters arising from the Audit Committee meeting of May 15, 2018.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-149 Jakubo/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Audit Committee resolutions AC2018-03 to AC2018-05 inclusive from the meeting of May 15, 2018.
CARRIED

The following are the Audit Committee resolutions:

Wrongdoing Hotline Status Report

AC2018-03 Jakubo/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury extends the operation of the wrongdoing hotline to the end of June 2019 as outlined in the report entitled "Status Report on the Wrongdoing Hotline", from the Auditor General, presented at the Audit Committee meeting on May 15, 2018.
CARRIED

Facilities Audit Report

AC2018-04 Kirwan/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury endorses the recommendations as outlined the report entitled "Audit of Facilities Management", from the Auditor General, presented at the Audit Committee meeting on May 15, 2018.
CARRIED

Governance Audit of the Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation

AC2018-05 Kirwan/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury endorses the recommendations as outlined in the report entitled "Governance Audit of the Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation", from the Auditor General, presented at the Audit Committee meeting on May 15, 2018.
CARRIED

Matters Arising from Emergency Services Committee

..   May 16, 2018

Councillor Lapierre, as Chair of the Emergency Services Committee, reported on the matters arising from the Emergency Services Committee meeting of May 16, 2018.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-150 Dutrisac/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the Emergency Services Committee resolutions ES2018-03 to ES2018-05 inclusive from the meeting of May 16, 2018.
CARRIED

The following are the Emergency Services Committee resolutions:

Paramedic Services Public Education Campaign for Early Stroke Recognition - FAST

ES2018-03 Montpellier/Bigger: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury direct staff to provide the Paramedic Services Public Education Campaign for Early Stroke Recognition - FAST presentation at the May 29, 2018 City Council meeting.
CARRIED

Paramedic Response Unit (PRU) Conversion Standardization

ES2018-04 Bigger/Montpellier: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorizes the Community Safety Department, Paramedic Services Division to maintain a standardized Paramedic Response Unit (PRU) fleet through purchasing of vehicle conversion services from Rowland Emergency Vehicle Products Inc. of Mississauga, ON for the next five (5) years in accordance with the Purchasing By-law Section 7 as outlined in the report entitled "Paramedic Response Unit (PRU) Conversion Standardization", from the Interim General Manager of Community Safety, presented at the Emergency Services Committee meeting on May 16, 2018.
CARRIED

Land Ambulance Vendor Standardization

ES2018-05 Bigger/Montpellier: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorizes the City’s Paramedic Services Division to maintain a standardized ambulance fleet through purchases from Demers Ambulance of Beloeil, Quebec for the next five (5) years as outlined in the report entitled "Land Ambulance Vendor Standardization", from the Interim General Manager of Community Safety, presented at the Emergency Services Committee meeting on May 16, 2018.
CARRIED

Matters Arising from Operations Committee

..   May 14, 2018

Councillor Kirwan, as Chair of the Operations Committee, reported on the matters arising from the Operations Committee meeting of May 14, 2018.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-151 Jakubo/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the Operations Committee resolutions OP2018-08 to OP2018-15 inclusive from the meeting of May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

The following are the Operations Committee resolutions:

Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury

Resolution #1

OP2018-08 Landry-Altmann/Reynolds: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury, as outlined in the report entitled “Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Operations Committee meeting on May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

Resolution #2

OP2018-09 Reynolds/Landry-Altmann: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the use of $25,000 from the Cycling Infrastructure capital budget to begin implementation of the Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury, which may be used to develop promotional and educational materials, to move forward with partnerships with community agencies and to support the delivery of TDM-specific events, as an interim measure until a business case can be considered, as outlined in the report entitled “Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Operations Committee meeting on May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

Resolution #3

OP2018-10 Landry-Altmann/Reynolds: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs Infrastructure Capital Planning Services staff to prepare a business case for operating funding for Transportation Demand Management related program development and implementation to be considered during the 2019 budget process, as outlined in the report entitled “Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Operations Committee meeting on May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

Resolution #4

OP2018-11 Reynolds/Landry-Altmann: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs Infrastructure Capital Planning Services staff to report to the Operations Committee in 2019 on the status of implementation of TDM measures, as outlined in the report entitled “Transportation Demand Management Plan for Greater Sudbury”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Operations Committee meeting on May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

Parking Restrictions – Maki Avenue, Sudbury

OP2018-12 Reynolds/Landry-Altmann: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury prohibits parking at all times of the day on both sides of Maki Avenue from 480 metres east of Paris Street to 654 metres east of Paris Street;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to prepare a by-law to amend Traffic and Parking By-Law 2010-1 in the City of Greater Sudbury to implement the recommended changes as outlined in the report entitled “Parking Restrictions – Maki Avenue, Sudbury” from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Operations Committee meeting on May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

Pedestrian Traffic Signals – Regent Street at Junction Creek Crossing

OP2018-13 Landry-Altmann/Reynolds: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury install mid-block traffic signals on Regent Street, 90 metres north of Wembley Drive;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to prepare a by-law to amend Traffic and Parking By-Law 2010-1 in the City of Greater Sudbury;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury utilizes the Cycling Infrastructure capital account to fund the balance of the construction costs for the mid-block traffic signals and trail realignment as outlined in the report entitled “Pedestrian Traffic Signals - Regent Street at Junction Creek Crossing”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Operations Committee meeting on May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

Request to Review Sidewalk Patio Program and its Fees

OP2018-14 Cormier/Landry-Altmann: WHEREAS, in collaboration with the Downtown Sudbury Business Improvement Area (BIA), the full sidewalk patio pilot program was launched in January of 2014, and became a permanent program in May 2015;

AND WHEREAS the program was created with the implementation of a gradual escalating payment fee structure for these patios;

AND WHEREAS in December of 2015, the City implemented a $400 administrative fee for the full sidewalk patio program, to be phased in over a 4 year period, in addition to the other fees associated with the program;

AND WHEREAS a number of recurring applications for the fulll sidewalk patio program do not change from year to year;

AND WHEREAS the full sidewalk patio program has been operating for a few years, and Council as well as the BIA, would like to see a review of the program and its associated fees, with a specific emphasis on the administrative fee for recurring applications;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to conduct a review of the full sidewalk patio program and its associated fees, with a view to decreasing the overall fees for the program, and to bring a business case forward during the 2019 Budget process for consideration.
CARRIED

Business Case for Removal of Snowbanks

OP2018-15 Reynolds/Cormier: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury staff be directed to prepare a business case for removal of snowbanks during the winter season for the core downtown area.
CARRIED

Matters Arising from Community Services Committee

..   May 14, 2018

Councillor Lapierre, as Chair of the Community Services Committee, reported on the matters arising from the Community Services Committee meeting of May 14, 2018. No resolutions emanated from this meeting.


Councillor Cormier departed at 8:15 p.m.

Matters Arising From the Planning Committee

..   May 28, 2018

Councillor McIntosh, as Chair of the Planning Committee, reported on the matters arising from the Planning Committee meeting of May 28, 2018.

Councillor Signoretti requested that Planning Committee resolution PL2018-99 be pulled and dealt with separately.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-52 Jakubo/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Planning Committee resolutions PL2018-90 to PL2018-93 and PL2018-95 to PL2018-98 and PL2018-100 to PL2018-101 inclusive from the meeting of May 28, 2018.
CARRIED

The following are the Planning Committee resolutions:

1930115 Ontario Limited - Application for official plan amendment and rezoning to permit a contractor’s yard, Gibson Road, Lively

PL2018-90 Lapierre/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury denies the application by 1930115 Ontario Limited to amend the Official Plan for the City of Greater Sudbury in order to provide an exception to Sections 4.6.1.1. and 4.6.1.4 to permit a rural industrial use in the form of a contractor’s yard in the Mining/Mineral Reserve for the lands described as PIN 73372-0258, Parcel 8482, Part 1, Plan 53R-19232, Lot 1, Concession 5, Township of Waters as outlined in the report entitled “1930115 Ontario Limited” from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of May 28, 2018.
CARRIED


PL2018-91 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury denies the application by 1930115 Ontario Limited to amend By-law 2010-100Z being the City of Greater Sudbury Zoning By-law by changing the zoning classification of lands described as PIN 73372-0258, Parcel 8482, Part 1, Plan 53R-19232, Lot 1, Concession 5, Township of Waters from “RU”, Rural to “RU(S)”, Rural Special to permit a contractor’s yard as outlined in the report entitled “1930115 Ontario Limited” from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of May 28, 2018.
CARRIED

Tamara Butera - Application for rezoning to in order to eliminate split-zonings, 1306 Nesbitt Drive, Sudbury

PL2018-92 Lapierre/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Tamara Butera to amend Zoning By-law 2010-100Z from “R1-5”, Low Density Residential to “R3 1”, Medium Density Residential on those lands described as Part of PIN 73596-0678, part of Lot 75, Plan M-264 Lot 7, Concession 1, McKim Township, as outlined in the report entitled “Tamara Butera” from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of May 28, 2018, subject to the following conditions:

1. That prior to the enactment of the amending by-law the applicant shall:

A) provide the Development Approvals Section with a registered survey plan outlining the lands to be rezoned to enable the preparation of an amending zoning by-law;

b) enter into a site plan agreement to be registered on title for the subject lands detailing the landscaping, fencing, grading and other site plan matters to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services and the Director of Building Services/Chief Building Official.

2. Conditional approval shall lapse on June 12, 2020 unless condition 1 above has been met or an extension has been granted by Council.
CARRIED

Sale of Land – Part of Garson-Coniston Road, Garson

PL2018-93 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorize the sale of part of Garson-Coniston Road, Garson, legally described as part of PIN 73562-0071(LT), being Part 18 on Plan SR-1800 and part of Part 47 on Plan SR-2209, Township of Neelon;

AND THAT a by-law be prepared to authorize the sale and the execution of the documents required to complete the real estate transaction;

AND THAT the net proceeds of the sale be credited to the Land Acquisition Reserve Fund.
CARRIED

1777222 Ontario Ltd. & 1777223 Ontario Ltd. – Extension to draft plan of subdivision approval, Jack Nicholas Business & Innovation Subdivision, Sudbury

PL2018-95 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury’s delegated official be directed to amend the conditions of draft approval for the draft plan of subdivision on those lands known as PINs 73561-0258, 73561-0261 & 73561-0264, Lots 9 & 10, Concession 4, Township of Neelon, File # 780-6/10002, as outlined in the report entitled “1777222 Ontario Ltd. & 1777223 Ontario Ltd.” from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of May 28, 2018, upon payment of the City’s processing fee of $2,848.75 as follows:

1. By amending Conditions 9, 15, 38 and 40 to delete reference to “General Manager of Infrastructure Services” and replace it with the “General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure”.

2. By deleting Condition #10 and replacing it with the following:

“10.That this draft approval shall lapse on October 26, 2020.”

3. By deleting Condition 11 and replacing it with the following:

”11. That Street A and Street C shall be constructed to an urban collector standard with sidewalks on both sides of the roadway, crosswalks or pedestrian crossovers as required for pedestrian circulation and an asphalt surface width sufficient to accommodate the lane requirements as determined in the Final Traffic Study to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure.”

4. By adding the following at the end of Condition 16, “A soils caution agreement, if required, shall be registered on title to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official and City Solicitor.” 5. By adding at the end of Condition 17, “A lot grading agreement shall be registered on title, if required, to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services and City Solicitor. The owner shall be responsible for the legal costs of preparing and registering the associated lot grading agreement.”

6. By deleting Condition 18 and replacing it with the following:

“18. Prior to the submission of servicing plans, the owner shall have a stormwater management report and plan prepared, signed, sealed and dated by a professional engineer with a valid certificate of authorization. The report shall establish how the quantity of stormwater generated within the subdivision will be controlled to the MOECC 20 percent reduction of pre-development follow for the 1:2, 1:100 and Regional Storm events. The owner shall be required to submit a comprehensive drainage plan of the subject property, and any upstream areas draining through the subdivision. The Regional Storm flow path is to be set out on the plan(s). The quality of the stormwater must meet an 85 percent Total suspended Solids removal of the 50 micron particle size. The civil engineering consultant shall meet with the Development Approvals Section prior to commencing the storm water managementreport. The plan shall be submitted to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services.”

7. By adding the following as Condition #42.

“42.That prior to the signing of the final plan, the owner shall contact the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), Sudbury District Office, and satisfy all requirements set out by the MNRF under the Endangered Species Act. In addition, the owner shall, to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services, demonstrate that all requirements set out by MNRF under the Endangered Species Act have been satisfied prior to any site alteration or development taking place on the subject lands.”

8. By adding the following as Condition # 43.

“43. That in accordance with Section 59(4) of the Development Charges Act, a notice agreement shall be registered on title to ensure that persons who first purchase the subdivided lands after registration of the plan of subdivision are informed, at the time the land is transferred, of all development charges related to development.”
CARRIED

4040 Elmview Drive, Hanmer - Proposed Sale of Parkland

PL2018-96 Lapierre/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury retain in its entirety, the property located at 4040 Elmview Drive, Hanmer, commonly known as the Howard Armstrong Recreation Centre, legally described as PIN 73504-2249(LT), Township of Hanmer, City of Greater Sudbury, as outlined in the report entitled '4040 Elmview Drive, Hanmer - Proposed Sale of Parkland' from the General Manager of Corporate Services presented at the Planning Committee meeting on May 28, 2018.
CARRIED

Vacant Land on Edward Avenue, Coniston - Declaration of Surplus Land

PL2018-97 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury declare surplus to the City's needs, vacant land on Edward Avenue, Coniston, legally described as PIN 73560-1057(LT), being Parts 7 and 8, Plan 53R-3864, Township of Neelon;

AND THAT the land be sold pursuant to the procedures governing the sale of limited marketability surplus property as outlined in Property By-law 2008-174, as outlined in the report entitled "Vacant Land on Edward Avenue, Coniston - Declaration of Surplus Land" from the General Manager of Corporate Services presented at the Planning Committee meeting on May 28, 2018.
CARRIED

Unopened Alexander Street, Garson - Road Closure and Declaration of Surplus Property

PL2018-98 Lapierre/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury close by by-law and declare surplus to the City's needs unopened Alexander Street, Garson, east of Gordon Street, legally described as part of PIN 73492-0409(LT), City of Greater Sudbury;

AND THAT the land be offered for sale to the abutting property owners pursuant to the procedures governing the sale of limited marketability surplus land as outlined in the Property By-law 2008-174;

AND THAT a by-law be prepared to authorize the closing of the unopened road allowance, as outlined in the report entitled 'Unopened Alexander Street, Garson - Road Closure and Declaration of Surplus Property' from the General Manager of Corporate Services, presented at the Planning Committee meeting on May 28, 2018.
CARRIED

Chelmsford CIP Draft

PL2018-100 Lapierre/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to commence public consultation on the draft Chelmsford Community Improvement Plan, with a summary of the consultation and a recommended Chelmsford Community Improvement Plan brought forward for a Public Hearing requesting adoption in July 2018 as outlined in the report entitled "Chelmsford CIP Draft" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting on May 28, 2018.
CARRIED

Draft LaSalle Boulevard Corridor Plan and Strategy

PL2018-101 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to commence public consultation on the Draft LaSalle Boulevard Corridor Plan and Strategy, as outlined in the Report entitled “Draft LaSalle Boulevard Corridor Plan and Strategy” from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure dated May 7, 2018, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of May 28, 2018;

AND THAT Staff be directed to return with a summary of the consultation and a recommended Corridor Plan and Strategy no later than July, 2018.
CARRIED

PL2018-99 was dealt with separately

Rules of Procedure

Councillor Signoretti requested a simultaneous written recorded vote.

Official Plan Phase 1

CC2018-153 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Five Year Review Phase 1 Amendments to the City of Greater Sudbury Official Plan, as attached to the report from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure dated May 7, 2017, subject to changes outlined in the report dated May 7, 2018 entitled "Official Plan Phase 1" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting on May 28, 2018;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury declares the official plan conforms with provincial plans, has regard to the matters of provincial interest listed in section 2 of the Planning Act, and is consistent with policy statements issued under subsection 3(1) of the Planning Act; and

AND THAT Staff be directed to forward the adopted amendment and required supporting documentation to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs for approval, in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Act.

YEAS: Councillors Vagnini, Dutrisac, Kirwan, Lapierre, Jakubo, Sizer, McIntosh, Landry-Altmann, Mayor Bigger

NAYS: Councillors Signoretti, Montpellier
CARRIED

Adopting, Approving or Receiving Items in the Consent Agenda

..  

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-154 Dutrisac/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Consent Agenda Items C-1 to C-5 inclusive.
CARRIED


The following are the Consent Agenda items:

Minutes

C-1 ..   Operations Committee Minutes of May 14, 2018

CC2018-155 Dutrisac/Jakubo THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Operations Committee meeting minutes of May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

C-2 ..   Community Services Committee Minutes of May 14, 2018

CC2018-156 Jakubo/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Community Services Committee meeting minutes of May 14, 2018.
CARRIED

C-3 ..   Audit Committee Minutes of May 15, 2018

CC2018-157 Dutrisac/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Audit Committee meeting minutes of May 15, 2018.
CARRIED

C-4 ..   Finance and Administration Committee Minutes of May 15, 2018

CC2018-158 Jakubo/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Finance and Administration Committee meeting minutes of May 15, 2018.
CARRIED

C-5 ..   Emergency Services Committee Minutes of May 16, 2018

CC2018-159 Sizer/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Emergency Services Committee meeting minutes of May 16, 2018.
CARRIED

Correspondence for Information Only

C-6 ..   Contract Awards Exceeding $50,000 January 1 - March 31, 2018

Report dated May 24, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Contract Awards Exceeding $50,000 January 1 - March 31, 2018.

For Information Only.


Recess

At 8:31 p.m. Council recessed.

Reconvene

At 8:43 p.m. Council reconvened.

Managers' Reports

R-1 ..   Development Charges Rebate Program

Report dated May 16, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Development Charges Rebate Program.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-160 Kirwan/Montpellier: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the eligibility criteria and delegates administration of the program, as set out in the report entitled "Development Charges Rebate Program" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Council meeting on June 12, 2018.
CARRIED

R-2 ..   Ontario's Main Street Revitalization Initiative

Report dated May 30, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Ontario's Main Street Revitalization Initiative.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-161 Montpellier/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury supports use of the "Main Street Revitalization Initiative" funding for the completion of two murals as part of the Downtown Master Plan projects in the amount of $10,000, funding of the Town Centre CIP in the amount of $162,487 and the use of any unspent funds for public realm improvements identified in land use planning documents;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs the Mayor and General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure to enter into a Municipal Funding Agreement with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) for the "Main Street Revitalization Initiative";

AND THAT the funds received will be set aside in a separate obligatory reserve fund in accordance with the Municipal Funding Agreement all as set out in the report entitled “Ontario's Main Street Revitalization Initiative”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the City Council meeting on June 12, 2018.

Resolution to Proceed past 9:00 p.m.

Montpellier/Kirwan: THAT the meeting proceeds past the hour of 9:00 p.m.
CARRIED BY TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY

Councillor Montpellier departed at 9:03 p.m.

Councillor Sizer departed at 9:06 p.m.

Rules of Procedure

Councillor Landry-Altmann presented the following amendment:

Councillor Kirwan requested a simultaneous written recorded vote:

CC2018-161A Landry-Altmann/Jakubo: THAT the resolution be amended to include "by local artists" after the words two murals.

YEAS: Councillors Vagnini, Jakubo, Landry-Altmann, Mayor Bigger

NAYS: Councillors Signoretti, Dutrisac, Kirwan, Lapierre, McIntosh
DEFEATED

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-161 Montpellier/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury supports use of the "Main Street Revitalization Initiative" funding for the completion of two murals as part of the Downtown Master Plan projects in the amount of $10,000, funding of the Town Centre CIP in the amount of $162,487 and the use of any unspent funds for public realm improvements identified in land use planning documents;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury directs the Mayor and General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure to enter into a Municipal Funding Agreement with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) for the "Main Street Revitalization Initiative";

AND THAT the funds received will be set aside in a separate obligatory reserve fund in accordance with the Municipal Funding Agreement all as set out in the report entitled “Ontario's Main Street Revitalization Initiative”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the City Council meeting on June 12, 2018.
CARRIED

By-Laws

..  

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-162 Kirwan/Montpellier: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury read and pass By-law 2018-114 to and including By-law 2018-118.
CARRIED


The following are the By-Laws:


2018-114
A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Confirm the Proceedings of Council at its Meeting of June 12th, 2018


2018-115
A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2017-2 being a By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury Respecting the Appointment of Officials of the City

(This by-law updates certain appointments to reflect staff changes and corrects clerical errors.)


2018-116
A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Amend By-law 2018-75, being 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

(This by-law corrects clerical errors.)


2018-117Z
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 Resolutions #PL2018-37

(This by-law rezones the subject lands from “RU”, Rural to “RU(90)”, Rural (Special) in order to permit a rail car to be located on the property as an accessory building for storage purposes and establishes specific setbacks to the rail car from the front and side lot lines and to the high water mark of Fairbank Lake – Brian Yanchuk - 120 Waldenwood Road, Whitefish.)


2018-118
A By-law of the City of Greater Sudbury to Authorize a Municipal Funding Agreement with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) for the Main Street Revitalization Initiative
(This by-law authorizes the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure to sign, on behalf of the City, an agreement with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario setting out the terms of funding under the Main Street Revitalization Initiative.)


Motions

M-1 ..   New Sudbury Community Identity Signs

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-163 Landry-Altmann/Kirwan: WHEREAS Council for the City of Greater Sudbury directed staff to prepare a LaSalle Boulevard Corridor Plan and Strategy;

AND WHEREAS staff presented the first draft Corridor Plan and Strategy on May 28th, 2018;

AND WHEREAS the Plan and Strategy identifies Gateway features at the intersections of LaSalle and Notre-Dame and LaSalle and Falconbridge;

AND WHEREAS the New Sudbury Historical Society’s goal is to preserve, conserve and celebrate the history of New Sudbury;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to work with the New Sudbury Historical Society and other landowners, if applicable, to determine appropriate locations for the installation of community identity signs in the gateway features of New Sudbury as identified in the draft Corridor Plan and Strategy, which determination shall include considerations for such things as, but not limited to, City by-laws and any other pertinent legislation, public health and safety, and ongoing maintenance costs.
CARRIED


Councillor Vagnini departed at 9:27 p.m.

M-2 ..   Noise Abatement - Maley Drive Extension Project

The following resolution was presented:

Rules of Procedure

Councillor Landry-Altmann requested a simultaneous written recorded vote.

CC2018-164 Landry-Altmann/Kirwan: WHEREAS the Maley Drive Extension has been a priority for the City of Greater Sudbury since 1973;

AND WHEREAS funding sources for the Maley Drive Extension were realized with one-third shares provided by each of the municipal, provincial and federal levels of government;

AND WHEREAS the noise studies conducted formed part of the Environmental Assessments which date back to 1995 and 2006;

AND WHEREAS residents in close proximity to the new Maley Drive Extension, through a Petition, have raised their concerns regarding the excessive traffic noise that will occur on this new roadway, which will be “beyond what is acceptable for the adjacent, and already established neighbourhoods” and have requested “mitigation elements to be integrated into the Maley Drive project”;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury directs staff to bring a report to Council for consideration at its August 14th, 2018 meeting, with options for noise abatement measures to be implemented within the Maley Drive extension project, to ensure the continued livability of the adjacent neighbourhoods.

YEAS: Councillors Signoretti, Dutrisac, Kirwan, Lapierre, Jakubo, McIntosh, Landry-Altmann, Mayor Bigger
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Addendum

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No Addendum was presented.

Civic Petitions

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Councillor Landry-Altmann submitted additional signatures for a petition regarding noise abatement mitigation for Maley Drive that was submitted at the May 8, 2018 City Council Meeting.

Question Period and Announcements

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Dog Park Request for New Sudbury

Councillor Landry-Altmann asked if staff could come back with a report with available options for a dog park in New Sudbury.

Tony Cecutti, General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure Services advised that multiple divisions would be involved with this request and that it should be led through the Community Development department.

Dog Park Request for Donovan - Elm Area

Councillor Dutrisac asked if staff could also come back with a report available options for a dog park in the Donovan, Elm West area of Sudbury as well.

Tony Cecutti, General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure Services advised that multiple divisions would be involved with this request and that it should be led through the Community Development department.

Street Sweeping Protocol and Timelines

Councillor Signoretti asked if there is a protocol and timelines for street sweeping.

Tony Cecutti, General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure Services, advised that the street sweeping program started late this year due to extended winter conditions. He also advised that 33% more sand was used this year and it is taking longer than anticipated.

Notices of Motion

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No Notices of Motion were presented.

Adjournment

..   Kirwan/Montpellier: THAT this meeting does now adjourn. Time: 9:46 p.m.
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Mayor Brian Bigger, Chair
Eric Labelle, City Solicitor and Clerk