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City Council – Monday, June 20, 2022, 7pm

Updated: Jan 5

The item many Engagers will want to watch is the 2021 Annual Report from the Integrity Commissioner – sounds like she's been kept quite busy again this year!

ABSENT: Aylwin, N.Harris

📜📜 Confirmation of the Minutes

🏆🌟 Awards and Recognition

👏🙌 Recognition of Major Stephanie Watkinson of the Salvation Army Barrie Bayside Mission Centre

🏒🏆 Recognition of the Barrie Colts Minor Atom AAA U10 Hockey Team

  • Winners of the 2022 Ontario Minor Hockey Association AAA Championship

🏒🏆 Recognition of the Barrie Colts Minor Peewee AAA U12 Hockey Team

  • Winners of the 2022 Ontario Minor Hockey Association AAA Championship

🧑‍⚖️📑 2021 Annual Report from the Integrity Commissioner

💸📑 Tax Applications

📝🏘 Planning Committee Report

Section A

  • APPROVED unanimously

⏳🏗 Draft Plan of Subdivision Extension Policy

  • Staff Report:

  • Permit 1- to 3-year draft plan extension requests, and extension requests beyond 6-years must be supported by detailed justification related to the status of matters such as servicing, transportation, environmental matters, and land conveyances. This will assist the City and the development community by removing an administrative burden in applying, processing and reviewing extensions on a yearly basis, while that time could be used to work on clearing the conditions of approval to allow for registration.

  • This change to come into effect for extension applications received after June 30, 2022

🏢✍️ Zoning Bylaw Amendment – 157 Ardagh Road (Ward 6)

Section B

  • RECEIVED unanimously

🗣🏬 Public Meeting – 320 Bayfield St. (Ward 4)

🗣🏬 Public Meeting – 651-673 Mapleview Drive East (Ward 9)

Section C

  • Lehman declared a conflict, as his parents live in the neighbourhood, and left the meeting

  • RECEIVED unanimously, by all voting

🗣🏢 Public Meeting – 19 Dundonald Street (Ward 2)

Section D

  • CARRIED unanimously

🏢✍️ Zoning Bylaw Amendment – 520 & 526 Big Bay Point Road (Ward 8)

  • Staff Report:

  • Approve the rezoning from Residential Single Detached Dwelling First Density (R1) to Residential Apartment Dwelling First Density - 2 with Special Provisions (RA1-2, SP-XXX)

  • Special Provisions to include:

    • Parking spaces per residential unit reduced from 1.5 to 1.24

    • Front Yard Setback reduced from 7m to 6m

    • Landscaped Open Space reduced from 35% to 26.1%

    • Maximum Gross Floor Area increased from 100% to 135%

    • Maximum Building Height increased from 15m to 16.85m

    • Maximum Parking Lot Coverage increased from 35% to 45%

    • Apartment Balcony Projection increased from 1.5m to 2.2m

    • Landscaped Buffer Area for parking area reduced from 3m to 0.5m

📝📄 General Committee Report #1

🤫👥 Executive Management Team (EMT) Performance Management

  • Receiving the motion contained within the confidential notes to the General Committee Report, concerning the discussion of an update regarding a confidential personal information matter

📝📄 General Committee Report #2

Section A

  • RECEIVED unanimously

💰📊 Finance and Corporate Services Committee

🌇🌃 City Building Committee

Section B

  • APPROVED unanimously

🗳🧑‍🎓 Municipal Elections – Student Education

  • Ask Access Barrie and the Legislative and Court Services Department to work with Georgian College to encourage grater engagement of the student population in the municipal election (that's a motion we can stand behind!)

🏦📊 2021 Year End Audited Financial Statements

🪧📜 Municipal Heritage Register – 2 & 4 Innisfil St.

  • Add 2 and 4 Innisfil Street to the Municipal Heritage Register as listed properties

🐟🎣 Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority Service Level Agreement

🚫🅿️ Harvie Road / Big Bay Point Road Parking Restrictions (Ward 8)

🚧🏘 Driveway Restoration Policy

🚦🚦 Traffic Signals at Grove and Johnson Street (Ward 1)

  • Sponsor: Riepma

  • Ask staff to investigate the feasibility of installing traffic signals at the intersection of Grove St. & Johnson St. and report back to General Committee

Section C

🚗🚙 Overnight Waterfront Parking and Traffic Bylaw Updates

Section D

  • APPROVED unanimously

🏎📸 Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras in School and Community Safety Zones

  • Staff Report:

  • Authorize staff to move forward with the Automated Speed Enforcement Program in school zones and community safety zones, with a 2022 limit of $300,000 from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve for the costs associated with the first year of implementation, including:

    • leasing 2 mobile cameras – with staff to investigate the costs and requirements associated with leasing 2 additional mobile cameras, and report back to General Committee

    • hiring a new senior transportation technologist

    • MTO license plate lookup costs

    • Barrie's portion of the shared costs associated with a joint processing centre or sworn provincial offences officers who review the images and issue tickets, as appropriate

    • traffic signage

    • postage

    • startup membership costs (if any)

  • Implement an Automated Speed Enforcement program with either Local Authority Services (LAS) or the City of Toronto (based on best value to the City)

  • Direct staff to investigate next steps associated with implementing an Administrative Monetary Program System (AMPS) program with respect to Parking and Automated Speed Enforcement penalties

  • If there is additional revenue generated through this program, staff to review ways to use the net revenue for other traffic safety initiatives and report back to General Committee through the annual budget process

  • Direct staff to evaluate the feasibility of community safety zones adjacent to secondary schools for the Variable Time Flashing 40km/h sign upon Council requests, and report back to General Committee

📜📜 Bylaws

Bill 056 – Exemption: 700 Mapleview Drive East

Bill 057 - Sanitary Servicing: Bay Lane, Cottage Lane and Royal Park

Bill 58 – Water Servicing: Bay Lane, Cottage Lane and Gables Park

Bill 59 - Debenture Bylaw

Bill 060 – Confirmation Bylaw


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