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Minutes

For the City Council Meeting held
mardi 14 août 2018



Location: Tom Davies Square
Commencement: 1:05 PM
Adjournment: 6:05 PM






 
           

His Worship Mayor Bigger, In the Chair

           

Present

 

City Officials

Councillors Vagnini [A 2:22 p.m.], Dutrisac, Kirwan [D 2:22 p.m.], Lapierre, Jakubo, Sizer, McIntosh, Cormier, Mayor Bigger

             
Ed Archer, Chief Administrative Officer; Eric Labelle, City Solicitor and Clerk; Joanne Kelly, Director of Human Resources and Organizational Development; Chantal Mathieu, Director of Environment Services [D 1:23 p.m.]; Ron Foster, Auditor General; Melissa Zanette, Chief of Staff
 
 
Closed Session
           

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-214 Kirwan/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury 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 Individuals(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).
CARRIED

At 1:06 p.m. Council moved into closed session.            

           
Recess At 2:49 p.m. Council recessed.
             
Reconvene At 3:06 p.m., Council commenced the Open Session in the Council Chambers
             
 
           

His Worship Mayor Brian Bigger, In the Chair

           
Present Councillors Vagnini, Montpellier, Dutrisac, Kirwan, Lapierre [D 5:05 p.m.; A 5:06 P.M.], Jakubo, Sizer, McIntosh [D 5:20 p.m. A 5:21 p.m.], Cormier [D 5:00 p.m.; A 5:10  p.m.], Landry-Altmann, Mayor Bigger
             
City Officials Ed Archer, Chief Administrative Officer; Tony Cecutti, General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure Services; Catherine Matheson, General Manager of Community Development; Ed Stankiewicz, Executive Director of Finance, Assets and Fleet; Eliza Bennett, Director of Communications and Community Engagement; Ron Foster, Auditor General; Melissa Zanette, Chief of Staff; Carolyn Dawe, Acting Deputy City Solicitor; Joseph Nicholls, Interim General Manager of Community Safety; Guido Mazza, Director of Building Services/Chief Building Official; David Shelsted, Director, Infrastructure Capital Planning Services; Jason Ferrigan, Director of Planning Services; Ian Wood, Director of Economic Development; Eric Labelle, City Solicitor and Clerk; Franca Bortolussi, Acting Administrative Assistant to the City Solicitor and Clerk; Renée Stewart, Clerk's Services Assistant
             
           

Declarations of Pecuniary Interests and the general nature thereof

           
 

Councillor Lapierre declared a conflict of interest in relation to item C-17 as a family member is employed with Science North.

Councillor McIntosh declared a conflict of interest in relation to By-law 2018-143 as her spouse is employed by the Sudbury Theatre Centre.

Councillor Kirwan declared a conflict of interest in relation to Closed Session item CM-3.             


Presentations

1 ..   Depot Master Plan - Frobisher, St. Clair, Suez, Black Lake & Whitefish

Report dated July 31, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Depot Master Plan - Frobisher, St. Clair, Suez, Black Lake & Whitefish.

David Shelsted, Director, Infrastructure Capital Planning Services; James Makaruk, Stirling Rothesay and Timothy James, 3rd Line Studio provided an electronic presentation regarding the Depot Master Plan - Frobisher, St. Clair, Suez, Black Lake & Whitefish for information only.

2 ..   Large Projects Update

Catherine Matheson, General Manager of Community Development and Ian Wood, Director of Economic Development provided an electronic presentation regarding an update on the Larges Projects for information only.

Matters Arising from the Closed Session

..   Deputy Mayor Sizer, as Chair of the Closed Session, reported that Council met in 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). Councillor Kirwan declared a conflict of interest with item CM-3 and left while the item was being discussed. Direction was given to staff regarding the third matter.

At 5:00 p.m. Councillor Cormier departed.

Matters Arising from Planning Committee

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August 14, 2018

Councillor McIntosh, as Chair of the Planning Committee, reported on the matters arising from the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-215 Sizer/Vagnini: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Planning Committee resolution PL2018-141 to PL2018-149 and PL2018-151 to PL2018-153 inclusive from the meeting of August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

The following are the Planning Committee resolution:

Amy St. John & Mark Debelak – Application for rezoning to permit four semi-detached dwelling units, Balfour Street, Chelmsford

PL2018-141 Landry-Altmann/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Amy St. John & Mark Debelak to amend the Zoning By-law 2010-100Z to change the zoning classification from "R1-5", Low Density Residential One to "R2-2", Low Density Residential Two on those lands described as PIN 73349-1433, Parcel13686, Lots 39 & 40, Plan M-354, Lot 3, Concession 3, Township of Balfour, as outlined in the report entitled "Amy St. John & Mark Debelak" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

Kenneth & Lucille Salo – Application for Official Plan Amendment in order to redesignate lands from Mining/Mineral Reserve to Rural, 1431 Fairbank Road East, Whitefish

PL2018-142 Sizer/Landry-Altmann: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Kenneth and Lucille Salo to amend the Official Plan by changing the land use designation from Mining/Mineral Reserve to Rural on those lands described as PIN 73382-0706, Parcel9355, Lot 9, Concession 6, Township of Denison, File# 701-8/16-14, as outlined in the report entitled "Kenneth & Lucille Salo' from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee Meeting of August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

Carole Voutier – Application for rezoning in order to permit a triplex dwelling by recognizing an existing third unit and providing relief for required parking, 66-68 Eva Street, Garson

PL2018-143 Landry-Altmann/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Carole Voutier to amend Zoning By-law 2010-100Z by changing the zoning classification from "R2 2", Low Density Residential Two to "R2-2(S)", Low Density Residential Two Special on lands described as PIN 73494-0471, Parcel28950 S.E.S., Part of Lots 21 & 22, Plan M-195 in Lot 6, Concession 1, Township of Garson, as outlined in the report entitled "Carole Voutier' from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018, subject to the following conditions:

a)That prior to the adoption of the amending by-law, the owner shall submit a building permit application addressing the third dwelling unit to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official;

b )That the amending by-law includes the following site-specific provisions:

i) A maximum of three (3) dwelling units shall be permitted within the existing main building;

ii) A minimum 171 m2 of lot area per dwelling unit shall be provided;

iii) A minimum of one (1) parking space per dwelling unit shall be provided in the rear yard.

c) Conditional approval shall lapse on August 14, 2020 unless Condition a) above has been met or an extension has been granted by Council.

CARRIED

René Giroux & Micheline Gervais – Application for a temporary use by-law in order to permit a mobile home as a garden suite in an “RU, Rural Zone, 2966 McKenzie Road, Chelmsford

PL2018-144 Sizer/Landry-Altmann: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Rene Giroux & Micheline Gervais to amend Zoning By-law 2010-100Z with respect to lands described as PIN 73351-0645, Parcel5606 S.W.S., Part 3, Plan 53R-19631 in Lot 4, Concession 4, Township of Balfour in order to permit a garden suite in accordance with Section 39.1 of the Planning Act for a temporary period of ten (10) years, as outlined in the report entitled "Rene Giroux & Micheline Gervais" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

Denis Gratton Construction Limited – Applications for Official Plan amendment and rezoning in order to permit a contractor’s yard with outdoor storage on lands designated and zoned as Rural, 3160 Highway 144, Chelmsford

Resolution regarding the Official Plan Amendment:

PL2018-145 Landry-Altmann/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Denis Gratton Construction Limited to amend the City of Greater Sudbury Official Plan to provide a site-specific exception from the policies of Section 5.2.5 concerning Rural industrial/Commercial uses in Rural Areas in order to permit a contractor's yard with outdoor storage on lands described as Part of PIN 73350-0625, Part of Parcel 7583 S.W.S., Part 1, Plan 53R-20596 in Lot 4, Concession 3, Township of Balfour, as outlined in the report entitled "Denis Gratton Construction Limited" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

Resolution regarding the Rezoning Application:

PL2018-146 Landry-Altmann/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the application by Denis Gratton Construction Limited to amend Zoning By-law 2010-100Z by changing the zoning classification from "RU", Rural to "RU(S)", Rural Special on lands described as Part of PIN 73350-0625, Part of Parcel 7583 S.W.S., Part 1, Plan 53R-20596 in Lot 4, Concession 3, Township of Balfour, as outlined in the report entitled "Denis Gratton Construction Limited" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018, subject to the following conditions:

1.That prior to the adoption of the amending by-law, the owner shall address the following conditions:

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

ii) Enter into a Site Plan Control Agreement with the City; and,

iii) Submit a building permit application for the existing building to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official.

2. That the amending by-law includes the following site-specific provisions:

i) In addition to the uses permitted in the Rural zone, a contractor's yard with outdoor storage shall also be permitted;

ii) Outdoor storage shall be permitted subject to the provisions of Section 4.28, except no outdoor storage shall be located within the designated flood plain;

iii) The use of shipping containers accessory to a contractor's yard shall be permitted; and,

iv) Any additional relief required in order to implement the final site plan.

3. Conditional approval shall lapse on August 14, 2020 unless Condition 1 above has been met or an extension has been granted by Council.

CARRIED

Sale of Vacant Land - Belisle Drive, Val Caron

PL2018-147 Jakubo/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorize the sale of vacant land at 2886 Belisle Drive, Val Caron, in the Valley East Industrial Park, legally described as PIN 73501-0190(LT), being Parts 33 and 34, Plan 53R- 9397, Township of Blezard, City of Greater Sudbury;

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 Industrial Reserve Fund.

CARRIED

Sale of Vacant Land – East of McCrea Heights Avenue, McCrea Heights

PL2018-148 Jakubo/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorize the sale of vacant land east of McCrea Heights Avenue, McCrea Heights, legally described as PIN 73498- 0066(LT), Lot 127, Plan M-445, Township of Blezard;

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

Sale of Vacant Land – Bancroft Drive, Sudbury

PL2018-149 Sizer/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury rescind by-law 92-116 authorizing the sale of PIN 73578-0395(LT) to Tony Pell;

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorize the sale of vacant land north of Bancroft Drive, Sudbury, legally described as PIN 73578-0395(LT), being Part 1 on Plan 53R-4659, 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

Deeming By-law for Lot 11, Plan 53M-1357, 2288 Boardwalk Avenue, Val Caron

PL2018-151 Sizer/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves designating Lot 11, Plan 53M-1357 in Lot 9, Concession 6, Blezard Township, as being deemed not to be part of a registered plan for the purposes of Section 50(3) of the Planning Act as outlined in the report entitled "Deeming By-law", from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meeting of August 14, 2018;

AND THAT Staff be directed to prepare a by-law for Council to enact deeming Lot 11 on Plan 53M-1357 not to be part of a plan of subdivision for the purposes of Subsection 50(3) of the Planning Act.

CARRIED

Dalron Construction Ltd. – Application to extend a draft approved plan of subdivision approval, Sugarbush Subdivision, Lively

PL2018-152 Sizer/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury's delegated official be directed to amend the conditions of draft approval for a plan of subdivision on those lands described as PIN 73377-1463, Part of Parcel 22159 A SWS, Lot 8, Concession 5, Township of Walden, File# 780-8/08011, as outlined in the report entitled "Dalron Construction Limited" from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the meeting of August 14, 2018, upon payment of Council's processing fee in the amount $1,422.67 as follows:

1.By adding the following words at the end of Condition #4, "A soils caution agreement, if required, shall be registered on title, to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official and the City Solicitor."

2.By adding the following words at the end of Condition #5, "A lot grading agreement, if required, shall be registered on title, to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services and the City Solicitor."

3.By adding the word "Services." to Condition #19 after the words "Director of Planning".

4.By deleting Condition #26 and replacing it with the following:

"26. Draft approval does not guarantee an allocation of sewer or water capacity. Prior to the signing of the final plan, the Director of Planning Services is to be advised by the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, that sufficient sewage treatment capacity and water capacity exists to service the development."

5. By deleting Condition #28 in its entirety.

6. By deleting Condition #29 and replacing it with the following:

"29. That this draft approval shall lapse on May 8, 2020."

7. By deleting Condition #30 and replacing it with the following:

"30. That prior to the signing of the final plan, the owners/applicants 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 owners/applicants shall, to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services, demonstrate that all requirements set out by the 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 a new Condition #36 as follows:

"36. Final approval for registration may be issued in phases to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services, provided that:

i) Phasing is proposed in an orderly progression, in consideration of such matters as the timing of road improvements, infrastructure and other essential services; and,

ii) All agencies agree to registration by phases and provide clearances, as required, for each phase proposed for registration. Furthermore, the required clearances may relate to lands not located within the phase sought to be registered."

9. By adding a new Condition #37 as follows:

"37. That the owner shall have completed all major outstanding infrastructure deficiencies that are critical to the overall function of the subdivision in previous phases of the plan that have been registered, or have made arrangements for their completion, prior to registering a new phase of the plan, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure."

10. By adding a new Condition #38 as follows:

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

CARRIED

Dalron Construction Litd. (Foxborough Subdivision) – Request to extend a draft approved plan of subdivision (O’Neil Drive East), Garson

PL2018-153 Jakubo/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury's delegated official be directed to amend the conditions of draft plan approval for a plan of subdivision on those lands described as Part of PIN 73494-1015, Part of Parcels 24685, 24686 and 27063, Parts 2 and 4 to 8, Part of Part 3, Plan 53R-18739, Lot 5, Concession 1, Township of Garson, as outlined in the report entitled "Dalron Construction Ltd." from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, presented at the Planning Committee meetings of February 26, 2018, April 9, 2018, May 7, 2018, June 25, 2018 and August 14, 2018, upon payment of City's processing fee in the amount of $1027.58 as follows:

1. By replacing the "General Manager of Infrastructure Services" with "General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure" in Conditions 24 and 26.

2. By adding the following at the end of Condition 4. "A soils caution agreement, if required, shall be registered on title to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official and City Solicitor."

3. By adding the following at the end of Condition 5. "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."

4. In Condition 9 after the word, "storm sewers" adding", sidewalks".

5. By adding the following wording at the end of Condition 11. "The siltation control plan must show the location and types of sediment and erosion control measures to be implemented. The siltation controls shall remain in place until all disturbed areas have been stabilized. All sediment and erosion control measures shall be inspected daily to ensure that they are functioning properly and are maintained and/or updated as required. If sediment and erosion control measures are not functioning properly, no further work shall occur until the sediment and/or erosion problem is addressed."

6. By adding the following wording at the end of Condition 16. "The utilities servicing plan must be designed by a consulting engineer with a valid Certification of Authorization from the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario. The owner/applicant shall be responsible for all costs associated with the installation of said services."

7. By adding the following wording at the end of Condition 17. "All costs associated with upgrading the existing distribution system to service this subdivision will be borne by the owner."

8. By adding the following wording at the end of Condition 22. "and storm water management facilities and installation of services."

9. In Condition 25 deleting "April?, 2018" and replacing it with "December 7, 2018".

10. By deleting in Condition 26 the words, "downstream works" and replacing them with "existing collection system/lift stations."

11. Amending Condition 33 to add reference to Conditions "4", "5", and "39".

12. That a new Condition 37 be added as follows:

"37. The owner shall provide sodded rear yard drainage swales as a condition of initial acceptance of the subdivision infrastructure to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning Services".

13. That a new Condition 38 be added as follows:

"38. That prior to the registration of more than 48 lots in the plan, the owner shall prepare a traffic impact study, the cost of which is to be shared at eighty (80) percent by the owner and twenty (20) percent by the City, and the owner agrees to contribute towards the cost of any improvements or upgrades identified in the study; subject to any cost sharing approved through the City's Cost Sharing Policy, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure."

14. That a new Condition 39 be added as follows:

"39. 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

Adopting, Approving or Receiving Items in the Consent Agenda

..  

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-216 Dutrisac/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Consent Agenda Items C-1 to C-17 inclusive.

Councillor Lapierre, having declared a conflict of interest with item C-17, asked that it be pulled for separate vote.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-216 Dutrisac/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Consent Agenda Items C-1 to C-16 inclusive.

CARRIED

At 5:05 p.m. Councillor Lapierre departed.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-217 Sizer/McIntosh: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves Consent Agenda Item C-17.

CARRIED

Councillor Lapierre, having declared a conflict of interest in the foregoing matter, did not take part in the discussion, vote on any matter or try to influence the vote in respect thereof.

At 5:06 p.m. Councillor Lapierre returned.


The following are the Consent Agenda items:

Minutes

C-1 ..   Planning Committee Minutes of June 25, 2018

CC2018-218 Kirwan/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Planning Committee meeting minutes of June 25, 2018.

CARRIED

C-2 ..   Special City Council Minutes of June 26, 2018

CC2018-219 Dutrisac/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Special City Council meeting minutes of June 26, 2018.

CARRIED

C-3 ..   City Council Minutes of June 26, 2018

CC2018-220 Kirwan/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the City Council meeting minutes of June 26, 2018.

CARRIED

C-4 ..   Emergency Services Committee Minutes of June 27, 2018

CC2018-221 Dutrisac/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Emergency Services Committee meeting minutes of June 27, 2018.

CARRIED

C-5 ..   Hearing Committee Minutes of June 27, 2018

CC2018-222 Kirwan/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Hearing Committee meeting minutes of June 27, 2018.

CARRIED

C-6 ..   Operations Committee Minutes of July 9, 2018

CC2018-223 Dutrisac/Kirwan: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Operations Committee meeting minutes of July 9, 2018.

CARRIED

C-7 ..   Community Services Committee Minutes of July 9, 2018

CC2018-224 Kirwan/Dutrisac: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Community Services Committee meeting minutes of July 9, 2018.

CARRIED

C-8 ..   Planning Committee Minutes of July 9, 2018

CC2018-225 Jakubo/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Planning Committee meeting minutes of July 9, 2018.

CARRIED

C-9 ..   Audit Committee Minutes of July 10, 2018

CC2018-226 Lapierre/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Audit Committee meeting minutes of July 10, 2018.

CARRIED

C-10 ..   Finance and Administration Committee Minutes of July 10, 2018

CC2018-227 Jakubo/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the Finance and Administration Committee meeting minutes of July 10, 2018.

CARRIED

C-11 ..   City Council Minutes of July 10, 2018

CC2018-228 Lapierre/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the City Council meeting minutes of July 10, 2018.

CARRIED

Routine Management Reports

C-12 ..   2019 Schedule of Meeting Dates - Council and Committees

Report dated July 5, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding 2019 Schedule of Meeting Dates - Council and Committees.

CC2018-229 Jakubo/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the 2019 schedule of meeting dates for City Council and Committees, as outlined in the report entitled "2019 Schedule of Meeting Dates - Council and Committees", from the General Manager of Corporate Services, presented at the City Council meeting on August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

C-14 ..   AGCO 'By the Glass' Application Request - Stack Brewing Corp

Report dated July 18, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding AGCO 'By the Glass' Application Request - Stack Brewing Corp.

CC2018-230 Jakubo/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury supports the request from Stack Brewing Corp. with respect to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario 'By the Glass' permit application as outlined in the report entitled "AGCO 'By the Glass' Application Request - Stack Brewing Corp.", from the Manager of Corporate Services, presented at the City Council meeting on August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

C-15 ..   Special Flight Operations Certificate Request - Parachuting (Skydiving)

Report dated August 1, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Special Flight Operations Certificate Request - Parachuting (Skydiving).

CC2018-231 Lapierre/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury has no objection to the request from Skydive Petawawa to obtain a Special Flight Operations Certificate from Transport Canada in order to parachute (skydive) on private property at 3469 Edna Street, Chelmsford, within the boundaries of the City of Greater Sudbury, as outlined in the report entitled “Special Flight Operations Certificate Request - Parachuting (Skydivng)”, from the Manager of Corporate Services, presented at the City Council meeting on August 14, 2018.

CARRIED

C-16 ..   Transit for Municipal Election

Report dated July 24, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Transit for Municipal Election.

CC2018-232 Jakubo/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury authorizes the provision of free public transit on Election Day, October 22, 2018, and future municipal elections for persons accessing transit to exercise their right to vote in Municipal and School Board Elections as outlined in the report entitled "Transit for Municipal Election" from the General Manager of Corporate Services, presented at the City Council meeting on August 14, 2018;

AND THAT staff be directed to prepare the necessary bylaw.

CARRIED
C-17 ..   Healthy Community Initiative Fund Applications

Report dated July 30, 2018 from the General Manager of Community Development regarding Healthy Community Initiative Fund Applications.

CC2018-233 Lapierre/Jakubo: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the Healthy Community Initiative Fund requests, as outlined in the report entitled "Healthy Community Initiative Fund Applications", from the General Manager of Community Development, presented at the City Council meeting on August 14, 2018;

AND THAT any necessary by-laws be prepared.

CARRIED
C-13 ..   GSDC Funding for Science North Big Change - Big Impact Project

Report dated July 20, 2018 from the Chief Administrative Officer regarding GSDC Funding for Science North Big Change - Big Impact Project.

CC2018-234 Jakubo/Lapierre: WHEREAS the agreed terms of partnership between the City of Greater Sudbury Community Development Corporation (GSDC) and City Council state that all funding commitments in excess of $250,000 are to be jointly approved;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that upon recommendation by the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation, the City of Greater Sudbury hereby authorizes an investment of $750,000 from the City’s grant to the GSDC to support the Science North Big Change - Big Impact Project, under the terms and conditions outlined in CGSCDC Board Resolution 2018-44, dated July 11, 2018.

CARRIED

At 5:10 p.m. Councillor Cormier returned.

Correspondence for Information Only

C-19 ..   2018 Citizen Survey Results

Report dated July 25, 2018 regarding 2018 Citizen Survey Results.

For Information Only.

C-20 ..   Noise Abatement Measure for Maley Drive

Report dated July 27, 2018 from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure regarding Noise Abatement Measure for Maley Drive.

For Information Only.

C-18 ..   Public Sale for Tax Arrears Under the Municipal Act - September 26, 2018

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.


C-21 ..   Primary Healthcare Provider Recruitment and Retention Program

Report dated July 20, 2018 from the Chief Administrative Officer regarding Primary Healthcare Provider Recruitment and Retention Program.

For Information Only.

Managers' Reports

R-1 ..   Council Orientation and Strategic Planning

Report dated July 27, 2018 from the General Manager of Corporate Services regarding Council Orientation and Strategic Planning.

For Information Only.

By-Laws

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The Clerk advised that By-law 2018-152 was being pulled and would be added to an agenda for a subsequent meeting.

Councillor Sizer requested that By-law 2018-150 be pulled and dealt with separately.

Councillor McIntosh, having declared a conflict of interest with By-law 2018-143, requested it be pulled and voted on separately.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-235 Sizer/Lapierre: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury read and pass By-law 2018-141 and 2018-142, and By-law 2018-144 to and including By-law 2018-149, and By-law 2018-153 to and including By-law 2018-156P, and By-law 2018-158Z to and including By-law 2018-163Z.

CARRIED

At 5:20 p.m. Councillor McIntosh departed.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-236 Lapierre/Sizer: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury read and pass By-law 2018-143.

CARRIED

Councillor McIntosh, having declared a conflict of interest in the foregoing matter, did not take part in the discussion, vote on any matter or try to influence the vote in respect thereof.

At 5:21 p.m. Councillor McIntosh returned.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-237 Vagnini/Montpellier: THAT the City of Greater Sudbury read and pass By-law 2018-150.

Rules of Procedure

Councillor Vagnini requested a simultaneous written recorded vote.

YEAS: Councillor Vagnini, Montpellier, Dutrisac, Kirwan, Lapierre, Jakubo, McIntosh, Cormier, Landry-Altmann and Mayor Bigger

Nays: Councillor Sizer

CARRIED

The following are the By-Laws:


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.)




2018-144

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.)


Rapport du directeur général, Croissance et Infrastructure , daté du 30 July, 2018 portant sur Programme de subventions pour l’intendance des lac - 2018.
 


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

Pulled to be presented at a subsequent meeting.




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 5M-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, in Respect of Lands Described as Parts 3 to 20, Parts 25 and 26, Part 34, Parts 37 to 41, Parts 43 to 54, Plan 53R-21017, Block 3, Plan 53M-1429, 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

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-238 Bigger/Lapierre: 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 Unites 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.

CARRIED
M-2 ..   Permitting Back Yard Hens Across Greater Sudbury

Rules of Procedure

Councillor Lapierre presented a friendly amendment to include the new name for the Sudbury and District Board of Health.

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-239 McIntosh/Kirwan: WHEREAS in 2004, the City of Greater Sudbury and the Sudbury and District Board of Health (now Public Health, Sudbury and District) 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.

CARRIED
M-3 ..   Request for Business Case for Place des Arts

The following resolution was presented:

CC2018-240 Lapierre/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.

Rules of Procedure

Councillor Vagnini requested a simultaneous written recorded vote.

YEAS:Councillors Kirwan, Lapierre, Jakubo, Sizer, McIntosh, Cormier, Landry-Altmann and Mayor Bigger

NAYS: Councillors Vagnini, Montpellier and Dutrisac

CARRIED

Addendum

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No Addendum was presented.

Civic Petitions

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Councillor Kirwan submitted a petition to the City Clerk which will be forwarded to the General Manager of Community Development. The petition is regarding a review of the Greater Sudbury Housing Services policies and rules governing co-operative and non-profit housing providers.

Mayor Bigger submitted a petition to the City Clerk which will be forwarded to the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure. The petition is requesting that a resolution be passed asking all restaurants in Sudbury to stop automatically giving out plastic straws.

Question Period

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Municipal Road 89

Councillor Jakubo asked for an update on the second phase of the City's portion of work on Municipal Road 89.

Tony Cecutti, General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure Services, stated that they have have not had any information from Glencore. They are in the process of preparing the capital budget for 2019 deliberations and will have to make a decision depending on what Glencore's comments are.

Notices of Motion

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No Notices of Motion were presented.

Adjournment

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Sizer/Cormier: THAT this meeting does now adjourn. Time: 6:05 p.m.

CARRIED

 

 

Mayor Brian Bigger, Chair
Eric Labelle, City Solicitor and Clerk