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  1. 1. 1 The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes AMENDED AGENDA ____________________________________________________________ REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING DATE: TUESDAY, APRIL 08, 2014 CLOSED SESSION COMMENCING AT 1:30 P.M. - COUNCIL CHAMBERS OPEN SESSION COMMENCING AT 2:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS CITY HALL 26 FRANCIS STREET, LINDSAY, ONTARIO, K9V 5R8 MEMBERS MEETING # CC2014-11 Mayor Ric McGee Councillor Ron Ashmore Councillor Glenn Campbell Councillor Pat Dunn Councillor Doug Elmslie Councillor David Hodgson Councillor Gord James Councillor Brian S. Junkin Councillor Andy Luff Councillor John Macklem Councillor Gerald McGregor Councillor Patrick O'Reilly Councillor Heather Stauble Councillor Stephen Strangway Councillor Donna Villemaire Councillor Pat Warren Councillor Emmett Yeo
  2. 2. 2 1.0 CALL TO ORDER 2.0 ADOPTION OF CLOSED SESSION AGENDA 3.0 DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST IN CLOSED SESSION ITEMS 4.0 CLOSED SESSION 4.1 CC2014-11.4.1 Confidential Closed Minutes, Regular Council Meeting March 25, 2014 Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b)(d) 4.2 ED2014-009 Lance Sherk, Director of Economic Development Lindsay Downtown Business Improvement Area - Board Appointments Personal Matter about Identifiable Individuals Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(b) 4.3 PLAN2014-021 Ron Taylor, Director of Development Services OMB Mediation Update (Stollar Appeal - Dunster Investments Inc. and Woods of Jennings Creek) Advice that is Subject to Solicitor-Client Privilege Municipal Act, 2001 s.239(2)(f) 5.0 OPENING CEREMONIES 5.1 Call Open Session to Order 5.2 O Canada 5.3 Moment of Silent Reflection
  3. 3. 3 5.4 Adoption of Open Session Agenda 6.0 DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST 7.0 MATTERS FROM CLOSED SESSION 8.0 PUBLIC INFORMATION 8.1 Presentations 8.2 Invited Guests (Quarterly Basis) 8.3 Notices and Information by Members of Council and Staff 8.3.1 Council 8.3.2 Staff 8.4 Notice of Motion 9.0 DEPUTATIONS 10.0 CONSENT MATTERS C RESOLVED THAT all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 10.1,10.2 and 10.3 of the Agenda and prefaced with a “C” be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered. 10.1 Correspondence 10.1.1 CC2014-11.10.1.1 15 - 15 Donna Villemaire, Councillor Impact of CASL Legislation on Municipal Communications
  4. 4. 4 C RESOLVED THAT the memorandum from Councillor Villemaire regarding Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) and its potential for impact on municipal communications, be received; THAT the CAO undertake a review of the legislation to identify relevant impact(s) and action(s) necessary to be undertaken by the municipality prior to the July 1, 2014 deadline; THAT the CAO prepare a municipal policy on the implementation of CASL; THAT the CAO develop an appropriate training program for all municipal staff; and THAT the CAO's report be presented to Council at the May 13, 2014 Council meeting. 10.1.2 CC2014-11.10.1.2 16 - 16 Jim Bradley, Minister of the Environment Lakeview Water Cooperative C RESOLVED THAT the March 24, 2014 correspondence from Jim Bradley, Minister of the Environment, regarding the Lakeview Water Cooperative, be received. 10.2 Minutes from: 10.2.1 Council 10.2.1.1 CC2014-11.10.2.1.1 17 - 36 Minutes, Regular Council Meeting March 25, 2014 C RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the March 25, 2014 Regular Council Meeting, be received and adopted. 10.2.1.2 CC2014-11.10.2.1.2 37 - 45 Minutes, Special Council Meeting March 27, 2014 C RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the March 27, 2014 Special Council Meeting, be received and adopted.
  5. 5. 5 10.2.2 Committees of Council, Advisory Boards and Task Forces 10.2.2.1 CC2014-11.10.2.2.1 46 - 50 Minutes, Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee February 20, 2014 C RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the February 20, 2014 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee, be received. 10.3 Reports 10.3.1 PUR2014-020 51 - 59 Karen Buckley, Buyer Heather Dzurko, Waste Management Operations Supervisor Final Cover at the Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites C RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-020, Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites, be received; THAT the lowest compliant tender received from Young's Construction of Fenelon Falls, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-31-CT for the final cover at Fenelon and Laxton landfill sites for the tender price of $100,450.04 plus $13,058.51 HST, for a total tender amount of $113,508.55; and THAT subject to receipt of the required documents the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender. 10.3.2 PUR2014-021 60 - 62 Debbie Ball, Buyer Juan Rojas, Manager of Engineering Services Single or Sole Source Approval for the Relocation of Infrastructure on Logie Street, Town of Lindsay
  6. 6. 6 C RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-021, Single Source Approval for the Relocation of Infrastructure on Logie Street, Town of Lindsay, be received; THAT Hydro One be selected for the award of Single or Sole Source Approval for the relocation of infrastructure on Logie Street, in the Town of Lindsay, at the estimated price of $138,435.32 plus $17,996.59 HST for a total amount of $156,431.91; and THAT the Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. 10.3.3 PUR2014-023 63 - 67 Debbie Ball, Buyer Juan Rojas, Manager of Engineering Tender 2014-32-CT - Rehabilitation of Lindsay Street North Bridge, Lindsay C RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-023, Tender 2014-32-CT-Rehabilitation of Lindsay Street North Bridge, Lindsay, be received; THAT All Services Incorporated Courtice be selected for the award of Tender 2014-32- CT for the rehabilitation of the Lindsay Street North bridge for the tender price of $538,310.00 plus $69,980.30 HST for a total tendered amount of $608,290.30; THAT subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender; and THAT the Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. 10.3.4 RT2014-003 68 - 84 Christine Norris, Corporate Services Manager, Revenue and Taxation 2014 Tax Policy Decisions C RESOLVED THAT Report RT2014-003, 2014 Tax Policy Decisions, be received; THAT the City of Kawartha Lakes does not adopt optional property classes for 2014; THAT the 2014 tax rate reduction provided to commercial and industrial properties where the land is in the property subclass of vacant land, or excess land is as follows:
  7. 7. 7 Commercial: 30% Industrial: 35%; THAT the 2014 tax rate reduction provided to properties where the land is in the property subclass of Farmland awaiting development is: First Class Undeveloped Farm Land: 45%; THAT a by-law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix 'A' to Report RT2014- 003, be forwarded to Council for adoption in relation to the property subclass reductions; THAT the following Capping and Threshold Parameters by-law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix 'B' to Report RT2014-003 be adopted in relation to the property subclass reductions: Commercial Industrial Multi-Residential Annualized Cap Limit 10% 10% 10% Prior Year's CVA Limit 5% 5% 5% CVA Threshold (protected properties) $250.00 $250.00 $250.00 CVA Threshold (clawed back properties) $250.00 $250.00 $250.00 Exclude properties that were at CVA tax in 2008 Yes Yes Yes Exclude properties that would cross over CVA tax in 2009 Yes Yes Yes
  8. 8. 8 THAT the 2014 tax decrease retained by the municipality to fund capping protection for the following protected property classes be as follows: Commercial: 0% Industrial: 0% Multi-residential: 0% and; THAT a by-law substantially in the form attached as Appendix 'C' to Report RT2014- 003, be forwarded to Council for adoption in relation to the tax decrease limits. 10.3.5 RT2014-004 85 - 92 Christine Norris, Corporate Services Manager, Revenue and Taxation 2014 Tax Ratios C RESOLVED THAT Report RT2014-004, 2014 Tax Ratios, be received; THAT the 2014 Tax Ratios be adopted as: Property Class Tax Ratio Multi-Residential 1.979653 Commercial 1.277500 Industrial 1.277500 Pipeline 1.967203 Farm 0.25 Farmland Awaiting Development 0.55 Managed Forest 0.25 and; THAT a by-law substantially in the form attached as Appendix 'A' to Report RT2014- 004, be forwarded to Council for adoption.
  9. 9. 9 10.3.6 RT2014-005 93 - 101 Christine Norris, Corporate Services Manager, Revenue and Taxation 2014 Low Income Seniors and Disabled Persons Program C RESOLVED THAT Report RT2014-005, 2014 Low Income Seniors and Disabled Persons Program, be received; THAT for qualifying Low Income Seniors 65 years of age and older, and for Low Income Disabled Persons the 2013 rebate be established at $175.00 including a component for unduly burdensome pursuant to section 365; THAT for qualifying property owners in the age bracket 55 - 64 years of age: - the combined taxable income, with their spouse (if applicable), as reported on Line 260 (Taxable Income) of the previous year's Income Tax Notice of Assessment was less or equal to $26,400.00; - rebates will include budgetary and assessment related increases to a maximum of $175.00; and the minimum rebate will be $25.00 and; THAT a by-law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix 'A' to Report RT2014- 005, be forwarded to Council for adoption. 10.3.7 SOC2014-003 102 - 146 Rod Sutherland, Acting Director of Health and Social Services Poverty Reduction Strategy - Transportation Action Plan C RESOLVED THAT Report SOC2014-003, Poverty Reduction Strategy - Transportation Action Plan, be received; and THAT the Transportation Action Plan recommendations be received and endorsed. 10.3.8 FIRE2014-002 147 - 157 Pat Twohey, Deputy Chief License Amendment Agreement between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Bell Canada
  10. 10. 10 C RESOLVED THAT Report FIRE2014-002, License Amendment Agreement between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Bell Canada, be received; THAT the Amendment to the License Agreement between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Bell Canada for Bell Tower use by the Fire Department be approved; and THAT a by-law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix 'A' to Report FIRE2014- 002, be forwarded to Council for adoption. 10.3.9 FIRE2014-003 158 - 180 Pat Twohey, Deputy Chief Fire Protection Agreements - Municipality of Trent Lakes and Township of Selwyn C RESOLVED THAT Report FIRE2014-003, Fire Protection Agreements - Municipality of Trent Lakes and Township of Selwyn, be received; THAT the Fire Protection Agreement between the City of Kawartha Lakes and the Municipality of Trent Lakes, be approved; THAT the Fire Protection Agreement between the City of Kawartha Lakes and the Township of Selwyn, be approved; THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of these agreements; and THAT the by-laws, substantially in the form attached to Report FIRE2014-003, be forwarded to Council for adoption. 10.3.10 LM2014-009 181 - 186 Diane McFarlane, Land Management Co-ordinator Acquisition of Land for Recreational Trail Purposes
  11. 11. 11 C RESOLVED THAT Report LM2014-009, Acquisition of Land for Recreational Trail Purposes, be received; THAT Council approves the donation of lands legally described as Part of Park Lots U1 and D2, Registered Plan No. 8p and Part of the E1/2 of Lot 18, Concession 6, Geographic Township of Ops, City of Kawartha Lakes, being PIN: 63238-0086 (LT) and shown as Part 1 on the preliminary Reference Plan dated October 3, 2013 prepared by Coe, Fisher, Cameron, Ontario Land Surveyors and attached to Report LM2014-009 as Appendix 'A' for the purposes of a recreational trail; THAT staff be directed to commence the process to obtain ownership of these lands at the City's expense; THAT all costs associated with this transaction be drawn from the City Wide Cash in Lieu of Parkland Reserve Account # 3-2-9997-2991; and THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this decision. 10.4 Items Extracted from Consent 10.4.1 CORP2014-004 187 - 200 Jolene Ramsay, Insurance Risk Management Co-ordinator Joint and Several Liability Reform RESOLVED THAT Report CORP2014-004, Joint and Several Liability Reform, be received; THAT Council support the government's consideration and adoption of measures that will limit the impact of joint and several liability on municipalities; THAT Council endorses the Combined Model option as recommended by AMO and supported by OMEX, the City's insurer; and THAT the CAO be directed to forward a letter to the Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, the Honourable John Gerretsen, Attorney General, and the Honourable Linda Jeffrey, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, substantially in the form of Attachment 2 to Report CORP2014-004, with copies to Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MPP Laurie Scott and AMO, indicating that the City of Kawartha Lakes supports the adoption of the Combined Model under consideration, and strongly encourages the government to proceed immediately with legislation designed to give effect to this model.
  12. 12. 12 11.0 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE 12.0 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE AND PLANNING COMMITTEE MINUTES 13.0 CORRESPONDENCE AND PETITIONS 14.0 OTHER OR NEW BUSINESS 15.0 BY-LAWS C RESOLVED THAT the By-laws shown in Section 15.1 of the Agenda and prefaced with a ‘C’, namely: Items 15.1.1 to and including 15.1.15 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached. 15.1 By-Laws by Consent 15.1.1 C A by-law to amend By-law 2012-019 and Schedules 'A' and 'B' to By-law 2012-019, being a by-law under the Building Code Act Respecting permits and related matters (Amendment No. 1) CC2014-11.15.1.1 201 - 216 15.1.2 C A by-law to authorize the undertaking of septic rehabilitation works on private residential property as local improvements in the City of Kawartha Lakes CC2014-11.15.1.2 217 - 268 15.1.3 C A by-law to authorize the execution of an agreement between Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario, as represented by the Minister of Rural Affairs, and the Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes for funding under the Rural Economic Development Program for the Water Research and Innovation Network (WRAIN) Project CC2014-11.15.1.3 269 - 294 15.1.4 C A by-law to authorize the sale of municipally owned property legally described as Part of the South half of Lot 16, Concession 7, designated as Part 2 on Plan 57R-10110, in the Geographic Township of Ops, City of Kawartha Lakes Part of PIN: 63239-0092 (LT) CC2014-11.15.1.4 295 - 296
  13. 13. 13 15.1.5 C A by-law to authorize the acquisition of Part of Lot 21, Concession 1, Geographic Township of Somerville, City of Kawartha Lakes described as Part 1 on Plan 57R-10261 Part of PIN 63119-0076 (LT) (Mitchell's Bridge) CC2014-11.15.1.5 297 - 298 15.1.6 C A by-law to set tax rate reductions for prescribed subclasses in the City of Kawartha Lakes for the year 2014 CC2014-11.15.1.6 299 - 300 15.1.7 C A by-law to specify the capping and threshold parameters for 2014 CC2014-11.15.1.7 301 - 303 15.1.8 C A by-law to limit tax decreases on commercial, industrial and multi-residential properties for 2014 CC2014-11.15.1.8 304 - 305 15.1.9 C A by-law to establish 2014 Tax Ratios in the City of Kawartha Lakes CC2014-11.15.1.9 306 - 307 15.1.10 C A by-law to provide tax relief to certain City of Kawartha Lakes property owners who are low income elderly persons, low income persons between the ages of 55 and 64, low income disabled persons or Ontario Disability Support Program recipients for the year 2014 CC2014-11.15.1.10 308 - 310 15.1.11 C A by-law to authorize the execution of a license confirming and amending agreement between the City of Kawartha Lakes and Bell Canada CC2014-11.15.1.11 311 - 318 15.1.12 C A by-law to authorize the execution of an agreement between the Corporation of the Municipality of Trent Lakes and the Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes for Fire Protection Services CC2014-11.15.1.12 319 - 328 15.1.13 C A by-law to authorize the execution of an agreement between the Corporation of the Township of Selwyn and the Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes for Fire Protection Services CC2014-11.15.1.13 329 - 338 15.1.14 C A by-law to authorize the execution of an amending agreement for Showcasing Water Innovation Grant funding between her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario, as represented by the Minister of the Environment, and the City of Kawartha Lakes CC2014-11.15.1.14 339 - 350
  14. 14. 14 15.1.15 C A by-law to appoint an Inspector and Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for the City of Kawartha Lakes (N. Dawkins) CC2014-11.15.1.15 351 - 351 15.2 By-Laws Extracted from Consent 16.0 CLOSED SESSION (IF NOT COMPLETED PRIOR TO OPEN SESSION) 17.0 MATTERS FROM CLOSED SESSION 18.0 CONFIRMING BY-LAW 19.0 ADJOURNMENT
  15. 15. CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF KAWARTHA LAKES P.O. Box 9000, Lindsay, Ontario K9V 5R8  Phone 705-324-9411 www.city.kawarthalakes.on.ca Memo To: Mayor McGee and Members of Council From: Donna Villemaire, Councillor Date: April 8, 2014 Subject: Impact of CASL legislation on municipal communications BACKGROUND The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) was approved in November 2013 and organizations have until July 1, 2014 to ensure compliance. The law applies to all commercial electronic messages, including emails, texts, voice, sound, and instant messaging. A CEM covers any electronic message that promotes unsolicited membership invoices, events, conferences, trainings, products, services, etc. Legislation, which will impact all individuals, corporations, organizations, associations, etc., including municipalities, will be enforced by the CRTC and will be complaint-driven. Violators face fines of up to $10 million for organizations and up to $1 million for individuals. RECOMMENDATION TO COUNCIL: RESOLVED THAT the memorandum from Councillor Villemaire regarding Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) and its potential for impact on municipal communications, be received; THAT the CAO undertake a review of the legislation to identify relevant impact(s) and action(s) necessary to be undertaken by the municipality prior to the July 1, 2014 deadline; THAT the CAO prepare a municipal policy on the implementation of CASL; THAT the CAO develop an appropriate training program for all municipal staff; and THAT the CAO report be presented to Council at the May 13th Council meeting. 15
  16. 16. M¡nìstry of the Environment Ministère de l'Env¡ronnement Office of the Minister Bureau du ministre 77 Wellesley St'eet Wesr 77 rue Weliesley Ouest llth Floo¡. Ferguson Btock 1 1e étage, edifrce Ferguson Toronto ON N/ì74 2T5 Toronto ON lvlTA 2T5 Tel.r 416-314-6790 Té1.: 416-314-6790 Fax: 416-314-6748 Téléci 416-314"6748 ilAR 2 4 2011 ENV1283MC-2014-528 His Worship Ric McGee Mayor City of Kawartha Lakes PO Box 9000 26 Francis Street Lindsay ON KgV 5RB Dear Mayor McGee: Thank you for your correspondence to me and Premier Wynne regarding the Lakeview Water Cooperative, and your request to meet with me to discuss this matter, I have looked into your concerns and I am aware that my ministry has been working with both the City of Kawartha Lakes and the owners of the Lakeview Water Cooperative for numerous years to resolve the safe drinking water issues that exist with that drinking water system. I appreciate the efforts of City staff to work closely with the minisiry and the owners of ihe Lakeview Water Cooperative to find a cost-effective solut¡on to provide safe drinking water to its residents. However, since voluntary efforts have been unsuccessful, my ministry recently issued the Section 114 Notice to the municìpality. I have asked Ms. Sue Lo, Chief Drinking Water lnspector, and Mr. Paul Nieweglowski, Deputy Chief Drinking Water lnspector, io arrange a meeting with you to further discuss this matter. They will brief me on the outcome of the meeting. Again, thank you for bringing your concerns to the attention of our government. Yours sincerely, + .l rrr '^-'lr ...---- Jim Bradley M in ister c: The Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Premier (WSU 2044742-MR) The Honourable Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy Ms. Sue Lo, Chief Drinking Water lnspector, MOE Mr. Paul NieweglowSki, Deputy Chief Drinking Water lnspector, MOE ffiOntario 16
  17. 17. The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes MINUTES ______________________________________________________________________ REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING DATE: TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 CLOSED SESSION COMMENCING AT 1:30 P.M. - COUNCIL CHAMBERS OPEN SESSION COMMENCING AT 2:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS CITY HALL 26 FRANCIS STREET, LINDSAY, ONTARIO, K9V 5R8 MEMBERS Mayor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor R. McGee R. Ashmore G. Campbell P. Dunn D. Elmslie D. Hodgson G. James B. Junkin A. Luff J. Macklem G. McGregor P. O'Reilly H. Stauble S. Strangway D. Villemaire P. Warren E. Yeo MEETING # CC2014-08 17
  18. 18. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 2 of 20 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor McGee called the Meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Councillors R. Ashmore, G. Campbell, P. Dunn, D. Hodgson, G. James, B. Junkin, A. Luff, J. Macklem, G. McGregor, P. O’Reilly, H. Stauble, D. Villemaire, P. Warren and E. Yeo were in attendance. CAO M. Fisher, City Clerk J. Currins and various other staff members were also in attendance. 2. ADOPTION OF CLOSED SESSION AGENDA Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor O'Reilly, RESOLVED THAT the Closed Session agenda be adopted as circulated. CARRIED CR2014-258 3. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST IN CLOSED SESSION ITEMS There were no declarations of pecuniary interest noted. 4. CLOSED SESSION Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Dunn, RESOLVED THAT Council convene into closed session at 1:31 p.m. in order to consider matters on the March 25, 2014 Closed Session Agenda and that are permitted to be discussed in a session closed to the public pursuant to Section 239 (2) of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001. S.25. CARRIED CR2014-259 5. OPENING CEREMONIES 5.1 Call Open Session to Order Mayor McGee called the Open Session of the Meeting to order at 2:00 p.m. Councillors R. Ashmore, G. Campbell, P. Dunn, D. Hodgson, G. James, B. Junkin, A. Luff, J. Macklem, G. McGregor, P. O’Reilly, H. Stauble, D. Villemaire, 18
  19. 19. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 3 of 20 P. Warren and E. Yeo were in attendance. Acting CAO R. Taylor, City Clerk J. Currins, Deputy Clerk A. Rooth and various other staff members were also in attendance. Early departures: Councillor Macklem 3:33 p.m. Councillor McGregor 4:00 p.m. 5.2 O Canada The Meeting was opened with the singing of 'O Canada'. 5.3 Moment of Silent Reflection The Mayor asked those in attendance to observe a Moment of Silent Reflection. 5.4 Adoption of Open Session Agenda Moved by Councillor Villemaire, seconded by Councillor McGregor, RESOLVED THAT the Open Session agenda be adopted as circulated and with the following amendments: Amendment – Consent Reports Item 10.3.7 Let the consent resolution read: RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-018, “Tender 2014-14-CT Supply and Application of Hot Mix Asphalt”, be received; THAT Royel Paving Limited of Lindsay, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-14-CT for the Supply and Application of Hot Mix Asphalt for the tender price as follows: Part A - $2,666,385.88 plus $346,630.16 HST for the total tendered amount of $3,013,016.04; Part B - $997,705.10 plus $129,701.66 HST for the total tendered amount of $1,127,406.76; and Part C - $336,473.60 plus $43,741.57 HST for the total tendered amount of $380,215.17 (not including Provisional Item); 19
  20. 20. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 4 of 20 THAT staff be authorized to utilize the remaining balance in Capital Project RD1409 by adding the highest priority road section, not originally included in this tender, to Royel Paving Inc.; THAT subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender; and THAT the Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. Deletion – Consent By-laws Item 15.1.7 A by-law to amend the Township of Fenelon By-law No. 12-95 to rezone land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (Sedore) Agenda Order – Items Extracted from Consent That Item 10.4.1 be moved forward on the Agenda to be dealt with prior to Item 10.0. CARRIED CR2014-264 6. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST There were no declarations of pecuniary interest noted. 7. MATTERS FROM CLOSED SESSION Item 4.2 Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Villemaire, RESOLVED THAT Rebecca Parker be re-appointed and Paul Brown, Andrew MacDougall and Tim Webster be appointed to the City of Kawartha Lakes Agricultural Development Advisory Board, each for a three year term ending December 31, 2016. CARRIED CR2014-265 8. PUBLIC INFORMATION 20
  21. 21. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 5 of 20 8.1 Presentations 8.2 Invited Guests (Quarterly Basis) 8.3 Notices and Information by Members of Council and Staff 8.3.1 Council Councillor O'Reilly made the following announcements:  April is Daffodil month in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.  Police officers from the Peterborough-Lakefield Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have joined the Canadian Cancer Society in the Pedal for Hope campaign to raise funds for pediatric cancer research. The tour commences April 18th and runs concurrently with Cops for Cancer.  Qualifiers for the Special Olympics were held at the Lindsay Curling Club on March 23rd .  The Kawartha Lakes This Week Spring 2014 Home and Outdoor Show is being held March 28th to 30th at the Lindsay Fairgrounds.  The Amnesty International 26th Annual Freedom Dinner is on April 26th at the Ops Community Centre  The Kinsmen Club of Lindsay is hosting their Zone Spring Conference at the Moose Lodge on Saturday, March 29th at 9:00 a.m.  The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce Evening of Excellence takes place on April 11, 2014 at the Victoria Park Armoury.  Lindsay Collegiate and Vocational Institute is celebrating its 125th anniversary on May 17th .  Residents of Matchett and Gee Crescents, who have been affected by water in their basements, are in attendance today. They have only recently received a copy of the Tatham and Associates Report and are seeking a status update and timelines for remediation. 8.3.2 Staff 21
  22. 22. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 6 of 20 8.4 Notice of Motion 9. DEPUTATIONS 10.4.1 PLAN2014-003 Director Taylor introduced the Integrated Community Sustainability Plan stating that it will be a guiding document for the social and economic growth and development of the City. He noted that the Plan is the result of the cumulative efforts of the Steering Committee, over seventy community partners and numerous focus groups and that its development involved extensive public consultation. Director Taylor commended volunteers for their dedication to the project. Manager of Policy Planning M. Benner, recognized key participants. He noted that the Plan is divided into nine (9) focus areas; accessibility, active communities, agriculture, heritage, innovation, health education and social well being, natural systems, resource consumption and water. Its composition is two-fold, including both the foundational document and an Action Plan. The Plan will be a fluid document, changing over time to meet the City's needs and Manager Benner identified next steps in moving the project forward. Mayor McGee requested that those persons involved in the project, and present at today's meeting, stand and be recognized. Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Villemaire, RESOLVED THAT Report PLAN2014-003, Integrated Community Sustainability Plan - Final Report, be received; and THAT the Integrated Community Sustainability Plan and associated Local Action Plan as outlined in Appendix A to Report PLAN2014-003 be endorsed as the basis for sustainable growth and development objectives for the City of Kawartha Lakes. CARRIED CR2014-266 Recorded Vote requested by Councillor Junkin. Voting Member 22
  23. 23. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 7 of 20 Councillor Ashmore Yes Councillor Campbell Yes Councillor Dunn Yes Councillor Elmslie Absent Councillor Hodgson Yes Councillor James Yes Councillor Junkin No Councillor Luff Yes Councillor Macklem No Councillor McGregor Yes Councillor O'Reilly Yes Councillor Stauble Yes Councillor Strangway Absent Councillor Villemaire Yes Councillor Warren Yes Councillor Yeo Yes Mayor McGee Yes Total Favoured: 13 Against: 2 10. CONSENT MATTERS The following Items were requested to be extracted from the Consent Agenda: Councillor Warren Items 10.3.2 and 10.3.13 Councillor Yeo Item 10.3.7 Councillor Ashmore Item 10.3.1 Councillor Hodgson Items 10.2.2.1 and 10.3.6 Moved by Councillor Stauble, seconded by Councillor Villemaire, RESOLVED THAT all of the proposed resolutions shown in Section 10.1,10.2 and 10.3 of the Agenda and prefaced with a “C” be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered, save and except Items 10.2.2.1, 10.3.1, 10.3.2, 10.3.6, 10.3.7 and 10.3.13, namely: 23
  24. 24. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 8 of 20 10.1.1 RESOLVED THAT correspondence from Mary MacLaren requesting an exemption from the Noise By-law, be received; and THAT an event located at 40 Melbourne Street East, Lindsay, be exempt from the City's Noise By-law 2005-025, as amended, from 11:00 p.m. on July 5, 2014 to 1:00 a.m. on July 6, 2014. CR2014-267 10.1.2 RESOLVED THAT the February 27, 2014 correspondence from Minister of Transportation, Glen Murray, regarding winter maintenance of Provincial Highways 7 and 35, be received. CR2014-268 10.1.3 RESOLVED THAT the February 28, 2014 correspondence received from Minister of Energy, Bob Chiarelli, regarding the Ontario Good Roads Association and Rural Ontario Municipal Association Conference, be received, and referred to staff for any follow-up required. CR2014-269 10.1.4 RESOLVED THAT the memorandum from Michelle Hendry, Director of Public Works, regarding the Kinmount Parking Lot Lease Proposal, be received. CR2014-270 10.1.5 RESOLVED THAT the February 18, 2014 correspondence received from Tadeusz Wieclawek, Fire Marshal of Ontario and Chief of Emergency Management, regarding the annual review of emergency management programs, be received. CR2014-271 10.1.6 RESOLVED THAT the March 12, 2014 correspondence from Kathleen Wynne, Premier, regarding the Lakeview Water Cooperative, be received. CR2014-272 10.2.1.1RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the March 4, 2014 Regular Council Meeting, be received and adopted. 24
  25. 25. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 9 of 20 CR2014-273 10.3.3 RESOLVED THAT Report LIC2014-001, Increase to Bingo Events Per Organization at the Lindsay Bingo Hall, be received; THAT the number of bingo events an organization can hold per year at the Lindsay Bingo Hall be increased to 104; and THAT Council approve the policy attached as Appendix A, to limit the annual number of events an organization can hold at the bingo hall. CR2014-274 10.3.4 RESOLVED THAT Report CORP2014-003, Cross Border Billing for Ambulance Services, be received; THAT the Cross Border Billing Agreement with the County of Haliburton for ambulance billing, be approved as attached to Report CORP2014-003; THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this agreement; and THAT the necessary By-law be forwarded to Council for adoption. CR2014-275 10.3.5 RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-016, Adelaide Street South Reconstruction, Tender 2014-07-CT, be received; THAT Four Brothers Construction Corporation of Woodville, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-07-CT Adelaide Street South Reconstruction for the corrected tender price of $666,956.75 plus $86,704.38 HST for a total tendered price of $753,661.13; THAT staff be authorized early start approval for the expenditure of funds required from Water Wastewater 2014 Capital Project, number to be assigned, for the water and wastewater component required for this project with a budget of $123,000.00; THAT subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender; and THAT the Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. CR2014-276 10.3.8 RESOLVED THAT Report RT2014-002, Service Fees for Payment Card Transactions, be received; THAT By-law 2003-046, A By-law to Prescribe a Tariff of Fees for Certain 25
  26. 26. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 10 of 20 Services, be amended to include section 2.20 as stated below: 2.20 Credit Card Service Fees: Where the City has entered into an Agreement with a third party service provider to accept credit card payments for property taxes and water and sewer invoices on the City's behalf, the fees associated with the transactions and charged in addition to the original invoice by the third party service provider, are authorized under this By-law; and THAT a By-law, substantially in the form attached as Appendix A to Report RT2014-002 be forwarded to Council for adoption. CR2014-277 10.3.9 RESOLVED THAT Report TREAS2014-003, 2013 Annual Report on Council Remuneration and Expenses, be received for information purposes. CR2014-278 10.3.10RESOLVED THAT Report ENG2014-004, Sumac Ridge Wind Turbine Project Impact on Infrastructure (Wild Turkey Road), be received; THAT any request by wpd Canada and/or future successors for use of the unopened portion of Wild Turkey Road for property access and/or other vehicular traffic to support proposed wind turbine development be refused; and THAT Report ENG2014-004 and a copy of Council's decision be forwarded to wpd Canada, the Premier, the Minister of Environment, the Minister of Energy, the Environmental Review Tribunal, and the Ministry of Transportation, Regional Office. CR2014-279 10.3.11RESOLVED THAT Report LM2014-007, Request to Remove Restrictive Covenants Registered on Title to 94-96 Mary Street West, Lindsay legally described as Part Park Lot E1 Plan 8P being Part 42 on Plan 57R2331, Town of Lindsay, City of Kawartha Lakes, be received; THAT Council approve the removal of the Restrictive Covenants contained in the Agreement registered at the Land Registry Office on the 6th day of October, 1978 as instrument number 130778 from 94-96 Mary Street West, Lindsay; and THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this decision. CR2014-280 10.3.12RESOLVED THAT Report PLAN2014-017, Revised Aggregate Secondary Plan Steering Committee Terms of Reference, be received; and THAT the Amended Terms of Reference for the Aggregate Secondary Plan 26
  27. 27. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 11 of 20 Steering Committee in the form attached as Appendix A to Report PLAN2014- 017 be approved. CR2014-281 10.3.14RESOLVED THAT Report ENV2014-003, Environmental Youth Award, be received; THAT Council establishes an Environmental Youth Award, commencing in 2014; and THAT the Environmental Youth Award be presented annually by Council to a resident of the City of Kawartha Lakes, on recommendation from the Environment Advisory Committee. CR2014-282 10.3.15RESOLVED THAT Report PW2014-005, Public Works Staff Resources, be received; and THAT Council approve additional staff support for the Public Works Department as follows: 1. Engineering Technician - Environmental Services, Water and Wastewater Division (Capital Projects) 2. Engineering Technician - Roads Operations and Capital Projects 3. Asset Management Coordinator (Environmental Services) CR2014-283 10.3.16RESOLVED THAT Report PW2014-007, Bridge Maintenance Program, be received; and THAT funds totalling $100,000.00, currently held in abeyance, be approved for the maintenance of bridges within the City of Kawartha Lakes as described in Report PW2014-007. CR2014-284 10.3.17RESOLVED THAT Report WWW2014-002, 2013 Annual Waterworks Compliance Report, be received in accordance with the reporting requirements of Ontario Regulation 170/03 Schedule 22 and Section 11 under the Safe Drinking Water Act, for the following Drinking Water Systems (DWS) owned by the City of Kawartha Lakes: Birchpoint Estates DWS - Ennismore Bobcaygeon DWS Canadiana Shores DWS - Mariposa Fenelon Falls DWS 27
  28. 28. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 12 of 20 Janetville DWS - Manvers King's Bay DWS - Mariposa Kinmount DWS Lindsay DWS Manilla DWS - Mariposa Manorview DWS - Manvers Mariposa Estates DWS - Mariposa Norland DWS Omemee DWS Pinewood DWS - Manvers Woodville DWS Pleasant Point DWS - Mariposa Southview Estates DWS Woodfield DWS - Manvers Victoria Place DWS - Bobcaygeon Western Trent/Palmina DWS - Eldon Sonya Village Subdivision DWS - Mariposa CR2014-285 CARRIED 10.4 Items Extracted from Consent 10.2.2.1 CC2014-08.10.2.2.1 Moved by Councillor Hodgson, seconded by Councillor Macklem, RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the February 6, 2014 Heritage Victoria meeting, be received. CARRIED CR2014-286 10.3.1 CLK2014-004 Moved by Councillor Ashmore, seconded by Councillor Yeo, RESOLVED THAT Report CLK2014-004, Proposed Question on the 2014 Municipal Election Ballot, be received. CARRIED CR2014-287 Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor O'Reilly, RESOLVED THAT the proposed questions be placed on the October 27, 2014 municipal election ballot for the City of Kawartha Lakes after the necessary process has been completed: Are you in favour of reducing the number of Councillors? Yes No Are you in favour of having Councillors elected at large? Yes No 28
  29. 29. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 13 of 20 THAT the by-law to place a question on the ballot during the 2014 Municipal Election as attached to Report CLK2014-004 as Appendix B be referred to a public meeting to be held early April, 2014 in accordance with Section 8.1 (3) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, as amended; and THAT the City Clerk provide at least 10 days' notice to residents of the City of Kawartha Lakes and to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing advising of the City's intention to pass a by-law to place two (2) questions on the ballot and the date and time of the public meeting to consider same. MOTION FAILED Recorded Vote requested by Councillor Stauble. Voting Member Councillor Ashmore No Councillor Campbell No Councillor Dunn No Councillor Elmslie Absent Councillor Hodgson No Councillor James Yes Councillor Junkin No Councillor Luff Yes Councillor Macklem No Councillor McGregor No Councillor O'Reilly Yes Councillor Stauble No Councillor Strangway Absent Councillor Villemaire No Councillor Warren No Councillor Yeo No Mayor McGee No Total Favoured: 3 Against: 12 Moved by Councillor Villemaire, seconded by Councillor James, RESOLVED THAT the proposed question be placed on the October 27, 2014 municipal election ballot for the City of Kawartha Lakes after the necessary process has been completed: Are you in favour of reducing the number of Councillors? Yes No 29
  30. 30. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 14 of 20 THAT the by-law to place a question on the ballot during the 2014 Municipal Election as attached to Report CLK2014-004 as Appendix B be referred to a public meeting to be held early April, 2014 in accordance with Section 8.1 (3) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, as amended; and THAT the City Clerk provide at least 10 days' notice to residents of the City of Kawartha Lakes and to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing advising of the City's intention to pass a by-law to place a question on the ballot and the date and time of the public meeting to consider same. MOTION FAILED Recorded Vote requested by Councillor Macklem. Voting Member Councillor Ashmore No Councillor Campbell No Councillor Dunn Yes Councillor Elmslie Absent Councillor Hodgson No Councillor James Yes Councillor Junkin No Councillor Luff Yes Councillor Macklem No Councillor McGregor No Councillor O'Reilly Yes Councillor Stauble No Councillor Strangway Absent Councillor Villemaire No Councillor Warren Yes Councillor Yeo No Mayor McGee No Total Favoured: 5 Against: 10 The meeting recessed at 3:33 p.m. and reconvened at 3:45 p.m. 10.3.2 CS2014-003 30
  31. 31. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 15 of 20 Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Junkin, RESOLVED THAT Report CS2014-003, Bobcaygeon Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Fund Grant Committee - Recommendation from November 11, 2013 Meeting, be received; and THAT the application date for Bobcaygeon Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Fund grant applications be changed to the last Friday in October. CARRIED CR2014-288 10.3.6 PUR2014-017 Moved by Councillor Hodgson, seconded by Councillor Yeo, RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-017, Gravel Resurfacing for Municipal Roads, Tender 2014-24-CT, be received; THAT Robert E. Young Construction, of Peterborough, be recommended for the award of Tender 2014-24-CT in the amount of $933,287.23, including HST; THAT the list of provisional roads contained in Tender 2014-24-CT consisting of Mustang Drive, Beach Road, Distillery Street, and Ballyduff Road be added to the tender award for the additional tender price of $81,600.35, including HST, for a total tender award of $1,014,887.58, including HST; THAT up to $90,000.00 be transferred from the capital reserve fund to the 2014 gravel resurfacing project (PW1401) capital budget to finance the incremental cost of the provisional items; and THAT subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender. CARRIED CR2014-289 10.3.7 PUR2014-018 Moved by Councillor Yeo, seconded by Councillor O'Reilly, RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-018, Hot Mix Asphalt, Tender 2014-14- CT, be received; THAT Royel Paving Limited of Lindsay, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-14-CT for the Supply and Application of Hot Mix Asphalt for the tender price as follows: Parts A, B and C (not including provisional item) for the total tendered amount of $4,117,090.98 plus HST of $535,221.82 for the total tendered amount of $4,652,312.80, leaving a project balance of $93,576.20; THAT staff be authorized to utilize the remaining balance in Capital Projects 31
  32. 32. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 16 of 20 RD1409, RD1410 and PW1409 by adding the highest priority road section, not originally included in this tender, to Royel Paving Inc.; THAT subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender; and THAT the Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. CARRIED CR2014-290 10.3.13 ED2014-004 Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Stauble, RESOLVED THAT Report ED2014-004, Kawartha Lakes Branding Strategy - Updated Logo, be received; THAT City Council dissolve the tagline Catch the Kawartha spirit that was approved in Council Report ED2001-06; THAT City Council approve the updated logo for Kawartha Lakes; and THAT staff be directed to proceed with implementing the updated logo for Kawartha Lakes in all new print and online materials and within all IT systems. CARRIED CR2014-291 11. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE 12. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE AND PLANNING COMMITTEE MINUTES 12.1 CC2014-08.12.1 Moved by Councillor O'Reilly, seconded by Councillor Warren, RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the March 5, 2014 Planning Committee Meeting, be received and the recommendations adopted. CARRIED CR2014-292 13. CORRESPONDENCE AND PETITIONS 32
  33. 33. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 17 of 20 14. OTHER OR NEW BUSINESS 15. BY-LAWS The mover requested the consent of Council to read the by-laws by number only. Moved by Councillor James, seconded by Councillor Campbell, RESOLVED THAT the By-laws shown in Section 15.1 of the Agenda and prefaced with a ‘C’, namely: Items 15.1.1 to and including 15.1.11 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached, save and except Item 15.1.7 namely: 15.1.1 A by-law to repeal By-law 2006-119 being a by-law to appoint a weed inspector for the City of Kawartha Lakes CR2014-293 15.1.2 A by-law to appoint an administrator for the City of Kawartha Lakes Home for the Aged - Victoria Manor CR2014-294 15.1.3 A by-law to repeal By-law 2013-257 being a by-law to appoint an acting administrator for the City of Kawartha Lakes Home for the Aged - Victoria Manor CR2014-295 15.1.4 A by-law to amend By-law 2014-060 being a by-law to authorize the submission of an application to the Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation (OILC) for financing certain ongoing capital works of the Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes; to authorize temporary borrowing from OILC to meet expenditures in connection with such works; and to authorize long term borrowing for such works through the issue of debentures to OILC CR2014-296 33
  34. 34. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 18 of 20 15.1.5 A by-law to deem part of a plan of subdivision, previously registered for lands within Kawartha Lakes, NOT to be a registered plan of subdivision in accordance with the Planning Act PIN # 63169-0352 (LT) (Storry) CR2014-297 15.1.6 A by-law to repeal By-law 2014-055, being a by-law to deem part of a plan of subdivision, previously registered for lands within Kawartha Lakes, NOT to be a registered plan of subdivision in accordance with the Planning Act PIN#63159- 0352 (LT) (Storry) CR2014-298 15.1.8 A by-law to amend the City of Kawartha Lakes Official Plan respecting land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (Sedore) CR2014-299 15.1.9 A by-law to amend By-law 2003-046, being a by-law to prescribe fees for certain services in the City of Kawartha Lakes CR2014-300 15.1.10 A by-law to authorize the execution of an agreement with the Corporation of the County of Haliburton for the payment of land ambulance cross border calls CR2014-301 15.1.11 A by-law to repeal By-law Number 2009-089 being a by-law to authorize the execution of an agreement with the Corporation of the County of Haliburton for the payment of land ambulance cross border calls CR2014-302 CARRIED 15.2 By-Laws Extracted from Consent 15.1.7 A by-law to amend the Township of Fenelon By-law No. 12-95 to rezone land within the City of Kawartha Lakes (Sedore) 34
  35. 35. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 19 of 20 Note to Minutes: Item 15.1.7 was deleted with the adoption of the Agenda. 16. CLOSED SESSION (IF NOT COMPLETED PRIOR TO OPEN SESSION) 17. MATTERS FROM CLOSED SESSION 18. CONFIRMING BY-LAW Moved by Councillor Campbell, seconded by Councillor O'Reilly, RESOLVED THAT a by-law to confirm the proceedings of a Regular Council Meeting held Tuesday, March 25, 2014 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached. CARRIED CR2014-303 19. ADJOURNMENT Moved by Councillor Yeo, seconded by Councillor Villemaire, RESOLVED THAT the Council Meeting adjourn at 4:20 p.m. CARRIED CR2014-304 Read and adopted this 8th day of April 2014. _________________________ _________________________ Ric McGee, Mayor Judy Currins, City Clerk 35
  36. 36. CC2014-08 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 Page 20 of 20 Recommendations Made at the March 5, 2014 Planning Committee Meeting: PC2014-007 Moved by Councillor Dunn, seconded by Councillor Macklem, RECOMMEND THAT Report PLAN2014-014, VicDom Sand and Gravel - D06-02-009, be received; THAT the proposed rezoning application, D06-02-009, submitted by MHBC Planning, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture on behalf of VicDom Sand and Gravel (Ontario) Ltd. be referred back to staff for further review and processing; and THAT all interested parties be notified of Council's decision. PC2014-008 Moved by Mayor McGee, seconded by Councillor Warren, RESOLVED THAT the deputation by James R. Webster regarding Black Bear Estates Subdivision 16T0750148 Lots - Lots 20 to 21, Concession One, former Township of Somerville, be received; THAT the matter be referred to Director Taylor for review and Report back to Planning Committee; and THAT Director Taylor review the development of Kagawong Road, leading to the Elysian Fields subdivision and Mr. Webster be asked to contribute to the development of this road as well. PC2014-009 Moved by Councillor Dunn, seconded by Councillor Macklem, RECOMMEND THAT Report PLAN2014-015, "William and Effie Sedore - D01-016- 187 and D06-29-077", be received; THAT a By-law to implement Official Plan Amendment application D01-16-187, substantially in the form attached as Appendix "D" to Report PLAN2014-015, be approved and adopted as amended, by Council; THAT Zoning By-law Amendment application D06-29-077, substantially in the form attached as Appendix "E" to Report PLAN2014-015, be approved and adopted as amended, by Council; and THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements required by the approval of this application. 36
  37. 37. The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes MINUTES ______________________________________________________________________ SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING DATE: THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 OPEN SESSION COMMENCING AT 1:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS CITY HALL 26 FRANCIS STREET, LINDSAY, ONTARIO, K9V 5R8 MEMBERS Mayor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor R. McGee R. Ashmore G. Campbell P. Dunn D. Elmslie D. Hodgson G. James B. Junkin A. Luff J. Macklem G. McGregor P. O'Reilly H. Stauble S. Strangway D. Villemaire P. Warren E. Yeo MEETING # CC2014-09 37
  38. 38. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 2 of 9 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor McGee called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m. Councillors R. Ashmore, P. Dunn, G. James, B. Junkin, A. Luff, J. Macklem, G. McGregor, P. O'Reilly, D. Villemaire, P. Warren and E. Yeo were in attendance. CAO M. Fisher, City Clerk J. Currins and various other staff members were also in attendance. Early Departures: Councillor Macklem 3:30 p.m. Councillor James 3:43 p.m. 2. ADOPTION OF AGENDA Moved by Councillor Villemaire, seconded by Councillor Ashmore, RESOLVED THAT the agenda be adopted as circulated. CARRIED CR2014-305 3. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST Councillor Junkin declared a pecuniary interest in item 4.1.2 as Mr. Taylor is a close relative of his. Councillor McGregor declared a pecuniary interest in item 4.1.3 as his wife is a member of The Lindsay Gallery. Councillor Luff declared a pecuniary interest in item 4.1.3 as his wife is a member of The Lindsay Gallery. Subsequent: Councillor Villemaire declared a pecuniary interest in item 4.1.4 as she is a member of the United Way Board. 4. PUBLIC INFORMATION 4.1 Presentations 38
  39. 39. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 3 of 9 4.1.1 CC2014-09.4.1.1 Public Meeting Building By-law and Related Fees Mayor McGee opened the public meeting required under the Building Code Act to be held prior to Council making a decision on adopting a By-law to amend By-law 2012-019. He asked the City Clerk if there had been any written correspondence received to be read into the public record. The City Clerk confirmed that there had been no written correspondence received. The Mayor asked the Chief Building Official to advise on the manner of giving notice and the purpose of the proposed By-law. Ms. Susanne Murchison, Chief Building Official, advised Council of the method of giving notice for this By-law amendment and outlined that the purpose of the by-law was to include Part 8 Septic Tank Permit and Inspection fees, correct typographical errors and to amend other administrative fees. She answered questions put forth by members of Council. The Mayor asked the assembly three times if there was anyone present who wished to address Council on this by-law. There was no one present. The Mayor concluded the public meeting called under the Building Code Act relating to the Building By-law and Related Fees amendment. Councillor Junkin left the Council Chambers at 1:07 p.m. due to his previously declared pecuniary interest. 4.1.2 CC2014-09.4.1.2 Wayne Taylor Request to Council for an Entrance Mr. Wayne Taylor was present to discuss the memorandum from Director Hendry which was received at the last regular Council meeting dealing with an entrance to his property. He outlined history relating to an entranceway and requested that an entranceway be reinstated. He answered questions put forth by Members of Council. 39
  40. 40. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 4 of 9 Moved by Councillor Villemaire, seconded by Councillor O'Reilly, RESOLVED THAT the deputation by Mr. Wayne Taylor requesting an Entrance to his property be reinstated, be received. CARRIED CR2014-306 Councillor Junkin returned to the Council Chambers at 1:16 p.m. Councillors Luff and McGregor left the Council Chambers at 1:16 p.m. due to their previously declared pecuniary interest. 4.1.3 CC2014-09.4.1.3 Susan Taylor, President Lisa Woodhouse The Lindsay Gallery Request for Emergency Operating Funds Susan Taylor and Lisa Woodhouse from The Lindsay Gallery were present to request operating funding from the City of Kawartha Lakes for the operation of The Lindsay Gallery. They answered questions put forth by members of Council. Moved by Councillor O'Reilly, seconded by Councillor Warren, RESOLVED THAT the presentation by Ms. Susan Taylor and Ms. Lisa Woodhouse from The Lindsay Gallery requesting operating funds, be received. CARRIED CR2014-307 Councillors Luff and McGregor returned to the Council Chambers at 1:40 p.m. 4.1.4 CC2014.09.4.1.4 Rebecca Riley Aaron Young Request for Funding for Lindsay Ribfest Event Ms. Rebecca Riley and Mr. Aaron Young were present to provide Council with information relating to the Lindsay Ribfest Event and request additional funding 40
  41. 41. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 5 of 9 from the municipality for the event. During the presentation and questions, it was noted that funding was received from the United Way by this organization. Councillor Villemaire declared a pecuniary interest and vacated the Council Chambers as she sits on the Board for the United Way. Background material was presented and the presenters answered questions put forth by members of Council. Moved by Councillor O'Reilly, seconded by Councillor James, RESOLVED THAT the deputation by Rebecca Riley and Aaron Young requesting additional funding for the Lindsay Ribfest Event, be received. CARRIED CR2014-308 Councillor Villemaire returned to the Council Chambers at 1:57 p.m. 4.1.5 CC2014-09.4.1.5 Mike Perry, Executive Director City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Team on behalf of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Steering Committee Poverty Reduction Strategy - Transportation Action Plan Mike Perry was present to update Council on the Poverty Reduction Strategy and the Transportation Action Plan for the City of Kawartha Lakes and County of Haliburton. He outlined many aspects of the Plan, including the consultation process, how the results tie into the City's official plan policies and the 13 recommendations that will form part of the final report to Council on this issue. He answered questions put forth by members of Council. A copy of the presentation is available in the Clerk's Office. Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor James, RESOLVED THAT the presentation by Mike Perry regarding the Poverty Reduction Strategy - Transportation Action Plan, be received. CARRIED CR2014-309 Council recessed at 2:16 p.m. and reconvened at 2:27 p.m. 41
  42. 42. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 6 of 9 4.1.6 CC2014-09.4.1.6 Rob Messervey, CAO, Kawartha Conservation Doug Erlandson, Chair, Community Advisory Panel for Lake Planning Sturgeon Lake Management Plan - Draft Plan and Recommended Strategic Actions Rob Messervey, CAO, Kawartha Conservation and Doug Erlandson, Chair, Community Advisory Panel for Lake Planning - Sturgeon Lake Management Plan provided Council with a presentation of the Sturgeon Lake Management Plan. The details of the presentation outlined why a plan was needed, what will the plan do, the plan objectives, how the plan was developed, what were the results and what strategies and action plans evolved. Both presenters answered questions put forth by members of Council. A copy of the presentation is available in the Clerk's Office. Moved by Councillor Dunn, seconded by Councillor Luff, RESOLVED THAT the presentation from Rob Messervey and Doug Erlandson regarding the Sturgeon Lake Management Plan - Draft Plan and Recommended Strategic Actions, be received. CARRIED CR2014-310 4.1.7 CC2014-09.4.1.7 Peter Waring, Manager of Planning and Regulations, Kawartha Conservation Christie Peacock, Watershed Engineer, Ganaraska Conservation Authority Ops Drain #1/Jennings Creek Floodplain Mapping Project - Findings, Implications and Approval Process Peter Waring and Christie Peacock from Kawartha Conservation and Ganaraska Conservation Authority, respectively, provided Council with the Ops #1 Drain/Jennings Creek Floodplain Mapping Study results. They provided Council with background information, the reason for floodplain mapping studies, the status of the Ops #1 Drain/Jennings Creek Study and the comparison of planning recommendations from the Greck Report and those of the Conservation Authority. They answered questions put forth by members of Council. A copy of the presentation is available in the Clerk's Office. 42
  43. 43. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 7 of 9 Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Dunn, RESOLVED THAT the presentation by Peter Waring and Christie Peacock regarding the Ops Drain #1/Jennings Creek Floodplain Mapping Project - Findings, Implications and Approval Process, be received. CARRIED CR2014-311 5. REPORTS Extractions were requested by: Councillor Ashmore Item 5.5 Councillor Junkin Items 5.3, 5.6, 5.7 Councillor Warren Item 5.8 Moved by Councillor Villemaire, seconded by Councillor Junkin, RESOLVED THAT all the proposed resolutions in Section 5.0 of the Agenda and prefaced with a "C" be approved and adopted by Council in the order that they appear on the agenda and sequentially numbered, save and except Items 5.3, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7 and 5.8, namely: RESOLVED THAT Report BLDG2014-002, Amendments to Building By-law 2012-019 – Public Meeting, be received. CR2014-312 RESOLVED THAT Report CAO2014-001, Q4 2013 CAO Department Activity Report, be received. CR2014-313 RESOLVED THAT Report CS2014-004, Community Services Q4 2013 Activity Report, be received. CR2014-314 RESOLVED THAT Report HSS2014-001, Health and Social Services Q4 2013 Activity Report, be received. CR2014-315 RESOLVED THAT Report PW2014-006, Public Works Q4 2013 Activity Report, be received. CR2014-316 43
  44. 44. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 8 of 9 CARRIED Moved by Councillor Junkin, seconded by Councillor McGregor, RESOLVED THAT Report CORP2014-007, Corporate Services 2013 Q4 Activity Report, be received. CARRIED CR2014-317 Moved by Councillor Ashmore, seconded by Councillor McGregor, RESOLVED THAT Report DEV2014-001, Development Services Department 2013 Q4 Activity Report CARRIED CR2014-318 Moved by Councillor Junkin, seconded by Councillor Yeo, RESOLVED THAT Report ED2014-003, Economic Development 2013 Q4 Activity Report, be received. CARRIED CR2014-319 Moved by Councillor Junkin, seconded by Councillor O'Reilly, RESOLVED THAT Report EMS2014-002, Paramedic Service Q4 2013 Activity Report, be received. CARRIED CR2014-320 Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Ashmore, RESOLVED THAT Report FIRE2014-001, Fire Department Q4 2013 Activity Report, be received. CARRIED CR2014-321 6. CLOSED SESSION 7. MATTERS FROM CLOSED SESSION 8. CONFIRMING BY-LAW Moved by Councillor Yeo, seconded by Councillor Junkin, RESOLVED THAT a by-law to confirm the proceedings of a Special Council Meeting held Thursday, March 27, 2014 be read a first, second and third time, passed, numbered, signed and the corporate seal attached. CARRIED CR2014-322 44
  45. 45. CC2014-09 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 Page 9 of 9 9. ADJOURNMENT Moved by Councillor Yeo, seconded by Councillor McGregor, RESOLVED THAT the Council Meeting adjourn at 03:57 PM CARRIED CR2014-323 Read and adopted this 8th day of April, 2014. _________________________ _________________________ Ric McGee, Mayor Judy Currins, City Clerk 45
  46. 46. The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes Minutes ______________________________________________________________________ Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014 Open Session Commencing at 2:00 p.m. Victoria Room City Hall 26 Francis Street, Lindsay, Ontario K9V 5R8 Meeting # KLAAC2014-002 46
  47. 47. KLAAC2014-002 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Thursday, February 20, 2014 Page 2 of 5 1. Call to Order N. Price called the meeting to order at 2:32 p.m. with the following Committee members present: D. Broomer, D. Brown, P. Cummings, L. Dasilva, M. Fitzpatrick, G. Foster, T. Jordan, J. McLean, C. Morrissey, E. Peeters and Councillor S. Strangway. Staff Present: B. Condie, Accessibility Coordinator and S. Deyell, Recording Secretary. 2. Administrative Business 2.1 Adoption of Agenda Moved by Councillor S. Strangway, Seconded by J. McLean Resolved that the agenda be adopted as circulated. Carried KLAAC2014-008 2.2 Declarations of Pecuniary Interest There were no declarations of pecuniary interest. 2.3 Adoption of Minutes 2.3.1 Minutes - January 16, 2014 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Meeting Moved by G. Foster, Seconded by E. Peeters, Resolved that the minutes of the January 16, 2014 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Meeting be adopted. Carried KLAAC2014-009 3. Presentations There were no presentations. 4. Correspondence There was no correspondence reviewed. 47
  48. 48. KLAAC2014-002 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Thursday, February 20, 2014 Page 3 of 5 5. News/Updates from Working Groups, Staff and Council 5.1 Accessibility Coordinator Update B. Condie advised the Committee that a training session will be held following the completion of the committee meeting; the training module provides an overview of the legislation tied to accessibility. 5.1.1 Memo dated February 20, 2014 from Barb Condie, Accessibility Coordinator B. Condie provided an overview of the memo that was prepared regarding the International Accessibility Summit that will be held at Ottawa's Carleton University on July 12 to 15, 2014. The Committee discussed the number of representatives the Committee should send to the Summit. Moved by T. Jordan, Seconded by D. Brown, Resolved that Lynda Dasilva, Jane McLean and Elizabeth Peeters be authorized to attend the International Accessibility Summit in Ottawa on July 12, 13, 14 and 15, 2014 on behalf of the Kawartha Lakes AAC; and That $1,000.00 be applied to the Committees Conferences/Seminars account #1-4-1023-4028 to cover the cost of registration and accommodation for the Summit and the balances owing charges to the Accessibility Week Activities Account #1-4-1023-5016. Carried KLAAC2014-010 5.2 Communication and Employment Working Group There was no report from the Communication and Employment Working Group. 5.3 Transportation Working Group N. Price advised that the Transportation Working Group will be meeting with Public Works Staff on March 4th to discuss winter sidewalk maintenance. In preparation for the March 4th meeting the Transportation Working Group reviewed existing by-laws pertaining to winter sidewalk maintenance to highlight areas of interest. 48
  49. 49. KLAAC2014-002 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Thursday, February 20, 2014 Page 4 of 5 5.4 Built Environment Working Group G. Foster advised that the Built Environment Working Group has received an updated site plan for review for the Linbrook Development that is located on the west end of Kent Street in Lindsay. The revised plans will be reviewed and comments will be forwarded to the Planning Department; to date comments on the plans have highlighted the need for a pedestrian sidewalk leading to the site. 5.5 Public Awareness Working Group E. Peeters advised that the Public Awareness Working Group has confirmed that the 2014 Accessibility Awareness Recognition Awards will be presented at the June 26, 2014 Special Council Meeting. A small social hour will be held prior to the Special Council Meeting. 5.6 Councillor’s Update Councillor S. Strangway advised the Committee that a loan program aimed at providing assistance with the costs that are associated with septic system replacements has been endorsed by Council. Program will allow residents to pay the costs associated with replacing a septic system over a ten (10) year period; interests charges will be applied. Councillor Strangway also advised that the Rural Transit Program has been reviewed by Council and Council will be receiving additional information on the Program. In addition, Councillor Strangway noted that the Kent Street corridor study is underway. Moved by L. Dasilva, Seconded by J. McLean, Resolved that the reports provided under agenda items 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 and 5.6 be received by the Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee for information purposes. Carried KLAAC2014-011 6. New or Other Business There was no new or other business. 49
  50. 50. KLAAC2014-002 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Thursday, February 20, 2014 Page 5 of 5 7. Next Meeting The next meeting will be held on March 20, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. in the Lower Level Boardroom at the Lindsay Public Library. 8. Adjournment Moved by L. Dasilva, Seconded by E. Peeters, Resolved that the February 20, 2014 Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee Meeting adjourn at 2:59 p.m. Carried KLAAC2014-012 50
  51. 51. The Gorporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes Gouncil Report Report Number PUR 2014-020 Date: April 8, 2014 Time: 2:00 p.m. Place: Council Chambers Ward Community ldentifier: Subject: Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill S,r:"-, Author: Karen Buckley, Buyer Co-Author: Heather Dzurko, Waste Management Operations Supervisor Signature: Signatü Recommendation(s): RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-020, Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites, be received; and THAT the lowest, compliant tender received from Young's Construction, of Fenelon Falls, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-31-CT for the Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites for the tender price of $100,450.04 plus $13,058.51HST, for a total tender amount of $113,508.55; and THAT subject to receipt of the required documents the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender. Corporate Services Director / Other: C hief Adm in istrative Officer: //,/'- Øzur2o 51
  52. 52. Finat cover at p"n"lon "nlïulloÍi:"'#,t ?,t": Page 2 of 4 Background: At the Council Meeting of January 28,2014, Council adopted the following resolution: 10.3.18RESOLVED THAT RepodWM2014-004, Landfill Final Cover and Associated Budget for 2014-Fenelon and Laxton Sites, be received; and THAT funds in the amount of $175,000.00 designated for Project Number WMl420 currently held in abeyance as per resolution CR2013-995 be released for final cover work to be completed in 2014. cR2014,095 This report addresses that direction. The City is obligated by the Environmental Protection Act and associated regulations to apply final cover to landfill sites. This cover is in addition to the daily and interim cover applied through ongoing operatìons. The status of the City's operating landfill sites is such that final grading and cover should be applied to portions of the Laxton and Fenelon landfill sites in 2014. The tender specification included grad¡ng and applying vegetative cover to 6400m'at the Laxton landfill and grading and applying clay and vegetative cover to 9850 m2 at the Fenelon landfill. Request for Tender 2014-31-Cf Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites was released for advertising in accordance with the Purchasing Policy. The tender closed on Thursday, March 20, 2014 and was opened in public by Ric McGee, Mayor and Debbie Ball, Buyer. Submissions were received as follows: Company Tender Amount Read at Opening (including HST) Corrected Amount after Evaluation of Subm issions Young's Construction Fenelon Falls $ 1 13,565.00 $1 13,508.55 Todd Brothers Contracting Ltd Stouffville $192,657.52 Royel Lindsr $221 ,894.38 Kawartha Capital Corp. $226,678.90 $226,701.50 Four Brothers Construction Woodville $275,978.21 52
  53. 53. Finat cover at r"n"ron unãTuIloÍi:"'.iti:: Page 3 ot 4 Bids were checked for mathematical errors and complìance to the tender call. References provided by Young's Construction were checked and found to be favourable. Rationale: Staff recommends that ihe lowest, compliant tender received from Young's Construction, of Fenelon Falls, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-31-CT for the Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites for the total tender price of $l 13,508.55, and that subject to receipt of the required documents the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender. Other Alternatives Considered: No other alternatives are being considered at this time as the lowest, compliant tender is being recommended for the award. Financial Considerations: Ihe 2014 Approved Capital Budget, (SP1407), allocated $175,000 for final cover at Fenelon and Laxton landfill sites. The remaining surplus in the project will be addressed to Council in the capital close reports provided by the Treasury Department in accordance to the Capital Close and Administration Policy. Relationship of Recommendation(s) To Strategic Priorities: The Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites does not directly impact or align with a specific Strategic Priority. Review of Accessibílity lmplications of Any Development or Policy: N/A Servicing Comments: N/A $72,782 53
  54. 54. Report #UR-2014-020 Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites Page 4 of 4 Consultations: Leanne Mitchell, Junior Accountant Attachments: Ery Wfvl2014 004 Lðndfill FinalCover and Asso, Phone: 705-324-9411 ext. 1125 E-Mail: ltbendry_@çrlylalyadhaþleç.s!.ca Department Head: Michelle Hendry, Director of Public Works Department File: 2014-31-CI Final Cover at Fenelon and Laxton Landfill Sites 54
  55. 55. The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes Council Report Report Numbe r WM- 2014-004 Date: January 28,2014 Time: 2:00 p,m, Place: Council Chambers WaÌd Commun¡ly ldenf¡fier: 4 and 5 Subject: Landfill Final Gover and Associated Budget for 2014 - Fenelon and Laxton Sites Author/Title: Heather Dzurko Signature: ì4 Pf'-^/(-'- crrñ^¡¡¡¡ñ^' l¡tr^à+^ !lt^h^^^m¿n+ i.lna¡¡finrr Asupgrvlsg¡¡-!vgg!9.M?l!99e-mel!9pSe!9!9_ u -,_ Recommendation(s): RESOLVED Tl'lAT Report WIV-2014-004, Landfill Final Cover and Associatêd Budget for 2014 - Fenelon and Laxton Sites, be received; and THAT funds in the amount of $175,000 designatecJ for Project Number WM1420 currently held in abeyance as per resolution CR2013-995 be released for fìnal cover work to lre completed in 2014. Depañment Head: Corporate Services Director / Other: Chief Administrative Officer: 55
  56. 56. Landrìil Finar cover á,rd Assooiared Budser ror 2014 - Felååi:Íy$ÍåitòÎ,3i Fage 2 of 4 Background: At the Council Meeting of October 10, 2013, Council adopted the lollowing resolution. RESOLVED THAT Project Number WlV1420 - L-andfill Cover be included in fhe 20'14 capital budget with â total project cost of $175,000.00 to be funded from tâx supportì THAT the project be held ¡n abeyance subject to a review of the issue by lhe Waste Management Committee with a rêcommendation to Coun<;ìl and subject to â presentat¡on to Counc¡l of a business plan report ând rationale for the spending. cARR|ED CR2013-995 At the Waste Management Cômmittee meeting of December 11, 2013, the committee adopted the folìowíng resolutionr Moved by Councillor lVlcGregor, seconded by Councillor lVacklem RESOLVËD THAT Report Landfill Final Cover and Associated Budget for 2014, be received; and THAT the Waste Management Committee support a budget of $8,000.00 for Laxton landfill änd $167,000,00 for Fenolon landfill for final cover work to be completed in 20'14; and THAT a reporl be submitted to Council to approve a budget of $175,000.00, to be incorporated into the 2014 non PSAB budget, for fÍnal cover work to be completed in 20'14. CA,RRIËD The following sections provide rationale and financial cons¡derations for the 2014 budget of landfill frnal cover. Rationale: The City s obligated by the Ënvironmental Protection Act and associated regulatrons to apply final cover to landfill sites. This cover is in addition to the daily and interim cover applied through ongoing operations. The stattts of the City's operating landfill sites is such that final grading and cover should be applied to portions of the Laxton arrd Fenelon landfill sites ìn 2014. The funds being requested are based on the area of fandfill that requires cover, the costs of supply and delivery of cover material and the contracted equipment and labour 56
  57. 57. Landfìl Finat cover and Associaled Budset t", ^'l0 - t"iå3:iffsi:ltn:page 3 of 4 costs to apply, spread and compact the cover to meet requirements as specified in approval documents. Staff have prepared deta¡led budgets for completing final cover based on averâge costs from recent quotes for work undertaken in 2012 (final cover work was not completed in 2013). A table summarizing the costs is presented in Attachment '1 . Laxton landfill: ln 2014 scheduled work at Laxton landfill site includes some regrading and final vegetative cover on a portion of the site thât was partially closed but has yet to be vegetated (960m3). Costs estimated at approximately $8,000 to complete this work are based on an estimate of $7.95 per cubic meter for del¡very and spreading of vegetative cover. lt is anticipated that in the next 10 years an additional $'135,935 (plus contingency) as noted in the chart-below, will be required for finãl cover to compláe approximately 12,700 m2 of area at this site. . . . - I-ojil gerl Tp- -cJp:sJs{e!}!!!I! - Previous Work S 101,947.00 Proposed Work for 201.4' S 8,000,00 Phose 7 cost remcl¡ning S 135,935,00 Cont¡ngency s 14,393,50 Comb¡ned Totol $ ?6û,?75.50 Note 1 - details of 2014 costs are found in Attachment 1 Fenelon landfill: ln 2014 stâff recommends completing final cover orr 9,850 m2 of Phase 1 that has reached final contour stage. It will cost approximately $167,000 based on pr¡cing ìncluded ¡n Attachment 1 , Phase 1 Õf the site will be teaching capacìty in 2015 and it is estimated that an additional $356,481.13 (plus contingency) will be required to close the remaining 37 ,625 m2 area for Phase 'l over the following 2 to 3 years. - -19!!! c9-!1T9 cl_"tg l!,9t9 1l_"r9!", lgllltl! Prev¡ous Work S 36,158.00 Proposed Work for 20J41 $ 151,369.88 Phdse 1. cost remoining S 356,481,1.3 Cont¡ngency (10%) _ 5 .lÞ,648.11 _. Comb¡nedTotdl $ 579,651.L2. Note 1 - deta¡ls of 2014 côsts are found in Attachment 1 Other Alternatives Consídered: The City could choose not to complete final cover at the sites, At this time however, this is not a best management practice and the MOE has the authority 57
  58. 58. Landrrt Finar cover and Assocìated Budset to.. zor¿ - rele"r8lXÍilx;13ltÎi3i Page 4 ot 4 to order the City to properly place final cover âfter landfill cells are complete, lf the placement of final cover is prolonged on finished areas of a landfill, there are increased risks of leachate outbreaks and erosion which would unnecessarily increase the cost of operations. As well, applying final cover to the Fenelon landfill site at this time should assist the City with the Environmental Compliance Approval application, being reviewed by the MOE at this time, to continue the use of the landfilì site. Financial Considerations: This project will require $175,000,00 to complete. Funds are currently being held in abeyance as per Council directìon dur¡ng the 2014 Capital Budget discussions. Relationship of Recommendation(s) To Strategic Priorities; The application of final cover at landfill sites does not d¡rectly ìmpact or align w¡th a specific Strategic Priórity. Cons u ltations: Waste Management Committee David Kerr, Manager Environmental Services Tara Stephen, Regulatory Compliance Officer Attachments: uryl ìrl Landfrll FirìalCovcr and AssociaLed Bucrg( Please ensure that all attachments are forwarded with the signed leport. Phone: 705-324-9411 ext 2360 Ë'Mail: hrlzurko@city.kawarthalakes.on.ca Departmênt Head: Michelle Hendry, Director of Public Works Department File: 58
  59. 59. Attechment I Laxton Landfill 2014 Proposed Final Cover Work - Detailed Cost Breakdown Required Cover Moter¡dls tln¡t cost/un¡t th¡ckness Total Cost Vegetative Cover {onsite) Earth Wotks m3 Un¡t Requ¡red Thickness 960 s 3,619.20 Total Cost St)read vegetative cover m3 $ 4.16 unit cost/Unit?11!p!9p-q-"!!9rk 960 s 3,993.60 Requ¡red Page I of I l.andfrll Final Cover and Associated Budqet - December 2013 Proposed Work for 2014 Cont¡ Fenelon Landfill 2014 Proposed Final Cover Work - Detailed Cost Breakdown Areâ requiring grad ing unit cost/unit __ogg.l!i!y _ Totâl cqst _,- _= m2 S 7.71 9,850 $ 7!i,941.50 çilgl Mat9l!!! Clay required (0,6m) Vegetative Cover {onsite) Total Eqrth works m3 S 6.62 s910 s 39,124.20 m3 5 3.77 1477.s ,s -!,529:-!Q..., I 44,694.33 gilt- ,ç-o9!¿9rl!- qt?Jltv --J-ogl-c.g-'l . -_ Spread and com pact clay Spread vegetative covef Total m3 S 4,16 s910 s 24.s8s.60 m3 5 4.16 I477.s S 6,146.40 i 30, /17.00 Fq4! We!!! I9!{ ç9,s!_ Proposcd work for 2014 s 1s1,369.88 l1"O%) s 1s,136.99 Total Proposed work for 2014 $ 166,5fJ6,86 59
  60. 60. The Gorporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes Gouncil Report Report Number PUR201 4-021 Date: April 8, 2014 Time: 2:00 p.m. Place: Council Chambers Ward Community ldentifier: 12 Subject: Author/Title: Debbie Ball, Buyer Co-Author/Title: Juan Rojas, Single or Sole Source Approval for the Relocation of lnfrastructure on Logie Street, Town of Lindsay l,f'¿(Signature: Signature: Manager of Engineering Services RECOMMENDATTON(S): RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-021, "Single or Sole Source Approval for the Relocation of lnfrastructure on Logie Street in the Town of Lindsay", be received; THAT Hydro One, be selected for the award of Single or Sole Source Approval for the Relocation of Infrastructure on Logie Street, in the Town of Lindsay at the estimated price of $138,435.32 plus $17,996.59 HST for a total amount of $156,431.91; and THAT Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. Department Head: Gorporate Services Director / Other: Chief Administrative Officer: r 60
  61. 61. sinsre sote source Approvat ror Rerocation or tnrrastlecl;[ tiü3lJ$l"it Page 2 of 3 BACKGROUND: Logie Street Reconstruction was identified in the 2014 Capital Budget under RD1406 Urban/Rural Reconstruction projects. Part of the scope of work is to relocate existing utility poles and utility lines to allow for a new road alignment. Hydro One is the only company that can provide plant relocation services. RATIONALE: Staff recommend that Hydro One be selected for the award of Single or Sole Source Approval for the relocation of infrastructure on Logie Street, in the Town of Lindsay at the estimaied price of $138,435.32 plus $17,996.59 HST for a total amount of $156,431.91. OTHER ALTERNATIVES CONSIDERED: No other afternative is being considered based on the fact that Hydro One is the only company that can perform this work, funds are available and this work is required before a tender for the reconstruction of Logie Street can proceed, FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Funds for this infrastructure relocation is allocated and approved in the 2014 Capital Project RD1406 for the reconstruction of Logie Street as indicated below. *Other Committed Funds includes costs for construction, administratìon, inspection, material testing and minor utility relocation work (Bell). This infrastructure relocatìon work which is a component of the future issuance of a tender for the reconstruction of Logie Street in the Town of Lindsay, Capital Project RD1406, will also be reported in that report. RELATIONSHTP OF RECOMMENDATTON(S) TO STRATEGIC PRIORITIES: This infrastructure relocat¡on work aligns with the Strategic Priority of creating connections within the community and externally by expanding and enhancing active transportation systems. çaprtal Project N umber Cap¡tal Project B¡ ¡¡lnaf uontracl Admin & ncrlêêfiôr uaprtal Project Balance lender Amount lincl. HSTI HST Rebate 10% 3ont¡ngencl Total Tender Cost Gapital Project Balance RD1406 SRN 000902 $1,610,000 È1 ,455.284 $154,716 $156,432 ($15,560) $ 1 3,844 $ 1 54,7 16 $0 61
  62. 62. sinste sote source Approvat ror Rerocation ",^u"o[,??""'[tlTãíiJ3il"iPage 3 of 3 REVIEW OF ACCESSIBILITY IMPLICATIONS OF ANY DEVELOPMENT/POLICY: The City is committed to the continual improvement of access for all persons. SERVICING COMMENTS: nla CONSULTATIONS: Corby Purdy, Supervisor, lnfrastructure and Design, Engineering Division Leanne Mitchell, Junior Accountant ATTACHMENTS: nla Phone: 705-324-9411 Exl 1239 E-Mail: rtaylor@city.kawarthalakes.on,ca Department Head: Ron Taylor Department File: Tender2014-46-55 62
  63. 63. The Gorporation of the Gity of Kawartha Lakes Gouncil Report Report Number PUR201 4-023 Date: April 8, 2014 Time: 2:00 p.m. Place: Council Chambers Ward Gommunity ldentifier: Wards 1O112 Tender 2014-32-CT - Rehabilitation of Lindsay StreetSubject: Author/Title: Co Author: North Bridge, Lindsay Debbie Ball, Buyer Juan Rojas, Manager of Engineering v!'/l' &- /( Signature: Signature: Recommendation(s): RESOLVED THAT Report PUR2014-023, "Rehabilitation of Lindsay Street North Bridge" be received; THAT All Services lncorporated Courtice, be selected for the award of Tender 2014-32-CT for the Rehabilitation of the Lindsay Street North Bridge for the tender price of $538,310.00 plus $69,980.30 HST for a total tendered amount of $608,290.30; THAT subject to receipt of the required documents, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract to award this tender; and THAT, Purchasing Division be authorized to issue a Purchase Order. Department Head: Corporate Services Director / Other: Ch ief Admi nistrative Officer: 63
  64. 64. .r'ender 20r4-32.c1 RehabiritârionIltioill'"'.*i'í;Îí3 Page 2 of 5 Ëlackground: The Lindsay St North Bridge was identified as a priority for rehabilitation in the City's 201'1 structural appraisals' report due to its age, condition and volume of traffic which crosses over it. It was buclgeted in 2013 through program 8C1303 for the design of the rehabilitation which was completed. Subsequently, the project was then budgeted for and approved for the rehabilitation in the 2014 Capital Budget 8C1403. This project falls within the overall asset management strategy for maintaining the integrity of the City's bridge system. The table below includes the list of projects that are approved in Program 8C1403 Bridge Reconsiruction, Rehabilitation and Design. Tender 2014-32-CT was advertised in accordance with the Purchasing Policy. The tender closed on Thursday, March 20, 2014, and was opened in public by: Mayor Ric McGee and Debbie Ball, Buyer. lridge Name Treatment Construction Des¡gn Contract Admn/lnsp. Misc,& Contigency Total Requ¡red ,4itcheLls Bridge Reconstruction S 1,308,676 s 6s,434 $ 130,868 5 1,504,977 s 1.,s04,977 indsay 5t North Bridge Reha bilitation s 639,1s( S 31.9s8 S 63,e1s s 73s,023 S 73s,023 )KL 36 bridges Reha bililation 5 600,000 s 30,000 s 60.000 s 690,000 s 690,000 rent canal Bridge Design for Future $ 70,00( 5 70,000 5 70,000 TOTAT s 2,547,826 s 70,00( 5 L27 ,391 S 254,783 s 3,000,000 S 3,ooo,ooo 64
  65. 65. Report #PUR20'14-023 I ender 2014-32-CT Rehabil¡tation of Lindsay !ìt l! Bridge Page 3 of 5 Results at Opening: Tender Received From Total Tender Amount as Read at the Public Ooenino includino HST All Services lncorporated Courtice $608,290 30 Dalcon Enterprises Ltd. Ottawa $821 ,374.40 Carlington Construction lnc. Stonev Creek $915,729.40 Bob Hendricksen Construction Limited Port Perry $1,089.918.90 Clearwater Structures lnc. Aiav $1,160.439.94 Louis W. Bray Construction Limited St. Andrews West 91 ,236.787.49 One Notice of Decline to Tender was received from Toronto Zenith Contracting Limited, stating that their schedule would not permit them to perform the requested requirements. Tenders were checked for mathematical errors and conformity to the tender requirements. Reference checks were conducted, with no concerns identified. The lowest and most compliant tender received from All Services lncorporated of Courtice is balanced as confirmed by the engineering consulting firm, Rationale: Staff recommends the award to the lowest, compliant tender received from All Services lncorporated of Courtice for the award of Tender 2014-32-CT for lhe tender price of $538,310.00 plus $69,980.30 HST for a total tendered amount of $608,290.30. Other Alternatives Considered: No other alternative is being considered based on the fact that the lowest tender is being recommended and funds are available. 65
  66. 66. r enrrér 2014-32,c I r.{eharririlar¡onT;i-c';l$ir $',Î ií;lå3 Page 4 of 5 Financial Considerations: Funds for the rehabilitation to the Lindsay Street North Bridge are allocated as approved in the 2014 Capital Project 8C1403 with a budget of $735,023.00. Other projects are also included in this Project Code with a total budget of $3,000,000, including three bridge rehabilitations, being the Lindsay Street North Bridge, the Little Bob Channel North and South Bridges in Bobcaygeon. Capital Budget 8C1403 also includes reconstruction of Mitchell's Bridge and design of Treni Canal Bridge (Big Bob Channel) in Bobcaygeon. The chart below shows the status of the Lindsay Street North portion of the project after this tender is awarded. This work is the first proiect under BC1403. -Other Committed Funds includes engineering des¡gn costs. Staff recommends leaving the surplus balance of $100,503.00 in project 8C1403 until all projects within that budget have been tendered. ln the last tender report for the projects approved within this overall budget (8C1403), staff will include a breakdown of all the project tenders. Any surplus remaining in the project once the project is completed will be addressed to Council in the capital close reports provided by the Treasury Department when all projects under this Capital Project Budget are completed. Relationsh ip of Recommendation(S) To Strateg ic Priorities : Tender 2013-32-CI for the Rehabilitation of the Lindsay Street North Bridge aligns with the Strategic Priority of creating connections within the community and externally by expanding and enhancing active transportation systems. Review of Accessibility lmplications of any DevelopmenUPolicy nla 66
  67. 67. Te n de r 2 0 1 4- 3 2 - or R.? h a bi r *ûri on TTl;* 3i^ilttÎ "1; Îi 3 Pâge 5 of 5 Servicing Cc¡mrnents: nla Consultations: Danell Darling, Senior Engineering Technician Leanne Mitchell, Junior Accountant Attachments: nla Phone: 705-324-9411 Ext 1239 E-Mail: rtaylor@city. kawadhalakes. on. ca Department Head: Ron Taylor DepartmentFile: Tender2014-32-CT 67
  68. 68. Date:April8,2014 Time:2:00p.m. Place:CouncilChambers WardCommunityldentifier:All Subject:2014TaxPolicyDecisions Author/Title:GhristineNorris CSManager,Revenue& DeputyTreasurer THATtheCityofKawarthaLakesdoesnot opertyclassesfor2014;and THATthe2014taxratereductionprovided propertieswherethelandisintheproperty landisasfollows: Commercial: lndustrial: adoptoptionalpr tocommercialandindustrial subclassofvacantland,orexcess 30% 35%;and Signature: Taxation Recommendation(s): RESOLVEDTHATReportRT2014-003,2014TaxPolicyDecisions,bereceived; and THATthe2014taxratereductionprovidedtopropertieswherethe propertysubclassofFarmlandawaitingdevelopmentis: FirstClassUndevelopedFarmLand:45o/o',and THATaBy-law,substantiallyintheformattachedasAppendixA 2014-005befonryardedtoCouncilforadoptioninrelationto subclassreductions;and landisinthe toReportRT theproperty 68
  69. 69. PriorYear'sCVALimit5o/o5%5% CVAThreshold(protectedproperties)$250$250$250 CVAThreshold(clawedback properties) $250$250$250 ExcludepropertiesthatwereatCVA taxin2008 YesYesYes Excludepropertiesthatwouldcross overCVAtaxin2009 YesYesYes and THATlhe2014taxdecreaseretainedby protectionforthefollowingprotectedproperty themunicipalitytofundcapping classesbeasfollows: asAppendixCtoReport relationtothetaxdecrease Commercial lndustrial Multi-residential THATaBy-law,substantiallyintheformattached RT2014-003befon¡uardedtoCouncilforadoptionin limits. 0% 0% 0% DepartmentHead: GorporateServicesDirector/Other: ChiefAdministrativeOfficer: 69
  70. 70. wherethelandisinthepropertysubclassofvacantland,orexcessland 3.cappingandthresholdparametersforpropertìesinthemulti-residential; commercial,andindustrialproperlyclasses;and 4.thelimitofthedecreaseforcommercial,ìndustrial,andmulii-residential propertyclassessubjectto"clawback"provisions ThepurposeofthisStaffReportistoprovideCouncilwithinformationsupporting theby-lawsrequiredtofinalizethe2014taxbillingprocess. Rationale: 1.OptionalPropeÍvClasses TheAssessmentActprovidesfortheimplementationofoptionalproperty classes.ThisallowsCounciltoapplydifferenttaxratiostodifferentproperty classeswithinthe"main"propertyclassesofcommercialandindustrial.Optional propertyclassesinclude: .ShoppingCentre(includedintheCommercialBroadClass) 'ParkingLots(includedintheCommercialBroadClass) .OfficeBuildìng(includedintheCommercialBroadClass) .Largelndustrial(includedinthelndustrialBroadClass) .NewMultÈResidential(includedintheMultiResìdentialBroadClass) Differenttaxratiosmaybeimplementedifoptionalpropertyclassesareadopted. Thetaxratiosinthesesituationsmustfallwithinthelegislatedrangesoffairness. TheCityofKawarthaLakeshasnotadoptedoptionalpropedyclassesensurìng thatallpropertieswithinadefined"broader"propertyclassaretaxedatthesame level. Recommendation1: ThatCouncildoesnotadoptoptionalpropertyclassesforthe20'14tax year. 70
  71. 71. taxedat70%ofthefullyoccupiedcommercialtaxrate.lnthecaseofvacantor excesslandintherndustrialpropertyclassthelegislatedrateis65%ofthefully occupiedindustrialtaxrate. Munrcipalitieshavetheoptiontohaveablendedreductionraie.lnorderto implementthatoption,itwouldresultinvacantandexcesslandintheindustrial propertyclasspayingahigherìeveloftaxationthanìscurrentlyinplace. Conversely,itwouldresultincommercialvacantandexcesslandpayingalower rate. Staffdoesnotrecommendintroducingablendedrateatthistime.Ourfirstfocus istoensurepropertytaxesarebasedontheCVAtimesthetaxrate,Onceall propertiesareatthecorrecttaxlevel,thenitmìghtbeappropriatetolookata blendedtaxratereductionfactor. TheotherpropertyclasswhereCouncilhastheoptionofchangingataxrate reductionfactorisintheFarmlandAwaitingDevelopmentpropertyclass. Councilapprovedincreasingthereductionfactorfrom.45oftheresidentialtax ratein2008to.55oftheresidentialtaxrate.Atthistimestaffrecommendsno furtherchangesforthe2014laxationyear. Recommendation2: Thetaxratereductionby-lawfor2014provideforreductionsasfollows: Commercial: lndustrial: FirstClassUndevelopedFarmLand: 30% 35% 45% And, Thataby-lawdetailingthesubclasstaxreductions,substantiallyinthe formasattachedasAppendix"4",beforwardedtoCouncilforadoption. 3.2014CappinqandThresholdParameters Fortaxationyears2006through2013Councilapprovedfulluseofthetools providedbytheProvincetomoveasmanypropertiesaspossibleto"current valueassessmenttimestaxrate"taxes. 71
  72. 72. ln2008theProvinceannouncedtheabilitytoexcludepropertiesfromcapping andclawbackcalculationsiftheywereatCVAtaxesin2008orìfthetaxeswere previouslyacappedpropertyandbecameaproperlysubjecttoaclawbackof taxesorviceversa.Counciladoptedthisoptionstartingin2009. StaffisrecommendingCouncilcontinueapprovingthemaximumoptions availabletomoveasmanypropertiestoCVAtaxaspossibleonceagainthis year. Table1showsthenumberofpropertiessubjecttocappingandclawback adjustmentsasofthewritingofthisreport. iAtcvAdùãió "'ãiùàé óóiionì; "iCVÀ-'[-*----87i1,501i311 iTotalProperties Thetotalestimateddollarvalueofcappingprotectionprovidedtothese propertìesis$8,3932.Thisisadecreasefromthe$12,133ofprotectionprovided in2O12. |'l'hcfìgulesaleaccur¿rteasofMarch19,20l4howevcraresr¡bjecl10changeduetoltriorto20J4lìinaÌ I'ax13iÌìing. 'lbict. 72
  73. 73. Is,/"1sen¡süt"iirirlliéàritCVÀraxLimit t,zsol,uo2so9"Yi^t"ïl,T::iordrorprotected iiproperties(lncreasers)($0to$250)and/or I---i---:^-^CVATaxThresholdtorctaweO¡åòktl2501250t25o pråp"tt¡"ttöããreasers¡($0to$250) Iwtutti-.lcommercial:lndustrial IresrdentralI iI:PropertiesthatwereatCVATaxin2oi2or iñl¡7P:thatwouldcrossoverCVATaxin2014are I ItobeexcludedfromcaPPing. Thataby-lawdetailingthecappingandthresholdparameters,substantially intheformasattachedasAppendix"B"beforwardedtoCouncilfor adoption. 4.Clawback Eachyearaby-lawispassedtoprovideihepercentageofthetaxdecreasethat isretainedbythemunicipality(clawedback)inordertofundthepropertiesthat receivecappingprotection.Thepurposeofthisby-lawistoallowstafftoapply theseprovisionstosubsequentadjustmentstothetaxrollafterthefinaltaxbills arecalculated. For2014thedecreasesretained(clawedback)areasfollows3: Multi- Residential Commerci al lndustrial ClawbackPercentaqeQo/o0%0% RetaìnedPercentaqeOo/c,100%100% Total100%o100%100% TaxAdjustment-lncreasers$0'$6.669)($1.724 TaxAdiustment-Decreasers$0$0$0 NetclassImoacl$0($6.669)(s1.724 ñ;i 73
  74. 74. substantiallyintheformasattachedasAppendix"G"beforwardedto Councilforadoption. Multi-Residential:0o/o Commercial:0% lndustrial:0% OtherAlternativesConsidered: Councilmaychosenottofundthecommercialnorindustrialcapping requirementsthroughcappingandclawbackadjustmentsasaresultofpending assessmentappeals,howevertheclawingbackofdecreaseshasbeen eliminatedovertheìastcoupleofyearsandwewouldbeputtingafurtherburden oncommercialandindustrialpropertyowners.Recommendation4applies consistenttreatmenttoallproperliesinthecommercialandindustrialproperty classes. FinancialConsiderations: Withtheexistingrecommendationstherearenofinancialimplicaiionsforthe municipality. RelationshipofRecommendation(s)ToStrategicPriorities: TaxPolicyrecommendationsdonotdirectlyimpactoraìignwithaspecific StrategìcPriority. ReviewofAccessibilitylmplicationsofAnyDevelopmentor Policy: Notapplicable ServicingComments: NotApplicable 74
  75. 75. 2014-ABy-lawto2014-ABy-lawto2014-LjrilTax Establish2014SubclasæcifytheCappingEDecreasesonCormæ Phone:7053249411x1274 E-Mail:cnorris@city.kawarthalakes.on.ca DepartmentHead:Mary-AnneDempster DepartmentFile: 75
  76. 76. 1.Subsection313(1)oflheMunicipalAcfprovidesthatthetaxratesthatwould otherwisebeleviedformunicipalpurposesforthesubclassesprescribedunder SubsectionI(1)oftheAssessmenfAcfshallbereducedìnaccordancewiththe rulesinthatsectionoftheMunicipalAct. 2.OntarioRegulation383/98prescribesthefarmlandawaitingdevelopment subclassesandtaxreductionpercentages. 3.Councilhasdeterminedtheratesforreductionsinthevarioussubclasses prescribed. Accordingly,theCouncilofTheCorporationoftheCityofKawarthaLakesenacts thisBy-law2014-. 1.O1Definitions:lnthisBy-law: (a)"By-law"meansthisby-law,asitmaybeamendedfromtimetotime. TheRec¡talsto,andtheSchedulesattachedtothisBy-laware consideredintegralpartsofit. (b)"Gity"meansTheCorporationoftheCityofKawarthaLakes. (c)"Clerk"meansthepersonw¡thintheadministrationoftheCitywhich fulfilsthefunctionoftheCityClerkasrequiredbytheMunicipalAct. (d)"GommercialPropertyClass"includesallmajorofftceproperty, shoppingcentrepropertyandparkinglotproperty. (e)"CorporateServicesManager,RevenueandTaxation"meansthe personwithintheadministrationoftheCitywhichfulfillsthefunctionofthe TaxCollectororhisorherdelegate(s),asrequiredbylheMunicipalAct, 2001or,intheeventoforganizationalchanges,anotherperson designatedbyCouncil. (f)"Council"meansthemunicipalcouncilfortheCity. (g)The"FirstandSecondClassesofFarmlandAwaitingDevelopment" consistoflandasdefinedinaccordancewithOntarioRegulation282198, asamended. (h)"lndustrialPropertyClass"includesalllargeindustrialproperty. 1.o2!!þrpr9!c!io_!_Euþs: (a)WhereverthisBy-lawreferstoapersonorth¡ngwithreferencetogender orthegenderneutral,theintention¡storeadtheBy-lawwiththegender applicabletothecircumstances. (b)Referencestoitemsinthepluralincludethesingular,asapplicable. 76
  77. 77. 2,O1Commercial:Thetaxratereductionforthevacantlandandexcessland subclassesintheCommercialPropertyClassisthirty(30%)percent. 2.O2lndustrial:Thetaxratereductionforthevacantlandandexcessland subclassesinthelndustrialPropertyClassisthirty-five(35%)percent. 2.O3FirstClassUndevelopedFarmLand:ThetaxratereductionfortheFirstClass ofFarmLandAwaitingDevelopmentintheresidential/farm,multi-residential, CommercialorlndustrialPropertyClassesisforty-f¡ve(45%)percent. 2.04SecondClassUndevelopedFarmLand:ThetaxratereductionfortheSecond ClassofFarmLandAwaitingDevelopmentintheresidential/farm,multi- residential,CommercialorlndustrialPropertyClassesiszero(0%)percent, 3.01AdministrationoftheBv-law:TheCorporateServicesManager-Revenue andTaxationisresponsiblefortheadministrationofthìsby-law. 3.02Effeç!!ve_pe!9.:ThisByJawshallcomeintoforceonthedateitisfinally passed. By-lawreadafirst,secondandthirdtime,andflnallypassed,this8rhdayofApril,2014. RicMcGee,MayorJudyCurrins,CityClerk 77

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