Updated: Nov 18, 2022
Tonight's meeting includes a presentation from the Simcoe County Food Council, and another by Georgian College.
Watch online: https://youtu.be/otXeiejxvRE
📜📜 Confirmation of the Minutes
City Council Minutes, October 4: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9904865&GUID=A54E6F6E-5932-434C-BCFB-99D7D61F63EC
🏆🏅 Recognition of the Invest Barrie Team
for receiving the International Economic Development Council's "Excellence in Economic Development" Award
💸📑 Tax Applications
Application for cancellation, reduction or additions to taxes to Council in the amount of $9,958.93
📝🏘 Planning Committee Report
Report from October 5: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9904859&GUID=343FC6F1-5037-4C07-AA56-834649CB303C
🗣🏙 Public Meeting – 181 Burton Avenue (Ward 8)
Application for a Zoning Bylaw Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision, submitted by Celeste Phillips Planning Inc. on behalf of 8952175 Canada Corp. o/a Uplands Holding, to facilitate the development of a 3-storey, 22-unit residential building, developed as a plan of condominium.
Seeking to amend the zoning from 'General Commercial' (C4) to 'Mixed Use Corridor with Special Provisions' (MU2)(SP-XXX), as well as apply for a Plan of Subdivision to create a block to permit condominium tenure.
Requested special provisions include:
a reduced front yard setback and removal of the requirement for full pavement in the front yard
reduced ground floor height to reflect residential rather than commercial use
reduced dwelling unit size
increased side yard setback
provision of amenity space
📝📄 General Committee Report
Report from October 18: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9904926&GUID=43D7447E-FDF6-4204-A972-6B5F89E23BD3
🏦🤝 Downtown Barrie Business Association (BIA) Financial Commitments
Renegotiating the BIA's financial commitments associated with the Dunlop Streetscape ($300,000) and Meridian Place ($3,351,775) projects – of which $2,347,613 (over 70%) is still outstanding.
Current agreement is to pay the remaining funds over 10 years beginning in 2022, at 4.25% interest.
No payment has been made towards the Dunlop Streetscape commitment
$1,675,887 was supposed to have been paid by special BIA levy, and $1,675,888 by BIA fundraising
The special levy has not been used to pay down the BIA's debt, but $162,941 of additional fundraising commitments have been put towards this portion, bringing the outstanding levy amount owed to $1,512,946
The BIA has fundraised $1,838,829 – however, only $1,304,162 of that has been paid to the city, leaving $534,667 (which it appears are pledges that have not yet been collected)
Proposed plan is to pay the remaining funds over 20 years beginning in 2022, interest-free
All commitments related to the two project will be paid in full by 2022
Remaining Dunlop Streetscape commitment will be paid $15,000 annually
Remaining Meridian Place commitment will be paid $75,647 annually
Minimum annual payment will be included as a base budget commitment within its annual budget submission presented to the BIA members and City Council
BIA will continue coordinating the outstanding community fundraising contributions of $534,667 with any unfunded commitment being added to the BIA base budget submission in 2032 and repaid over 10 years interest-free, and shall be responsible for its fundraising activities, including the collection of any outstanding funds that have been promised.
🛣💰 Bryne Drive Transportation Improvements - Harvie Road to Caplan Ave. (Ward 7)
City buy the "Right of Way", and remove the condition on Council approval from the Agreement of Purchase and Sale, and agree to transfer it back to SmartCentres if the city doesn't start the Bryne Drive extension by January 1, 2024.
🏚📃 Residential Rental Licensing (Absentee Landlord) Pilot Project and Draft Bylaw (Ward 1)
Previous Report from 2019: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9884259&GUID=FE0F79F0-9D5D-4927-8AD4-8714D6A4C372
Previous Report from 2017: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9884261&GUID=BA5800DF-7BD8-45C2-B660-0A195AC6F51E
Add Residential Rental Licensing Requirements document to Business Licensing Bylaw, to allow for the Pilot Project in the area bounded by Duckworth, Steel, Penetanguishene and the City Limits on the north side of Georgian Drive (Ward 1)
For the 3-year Pilot, hire 2 additional temporary full-time Municipal Law Enforcement Officers, 2 additional Fire Prevention Officers, 2 additional Zoning Officers, and provide allocations for vehicle, workstation, uniform, etc. (estimated $756,000)
Amend the Fees Bylaw to incorporate the new licensing, inspection & penalty fees
🅿️🚫 Parking Restrictions on Blake Street (Ward 1)
Ask staff to investigate adding "No Parking" to the south side of Blake St. between Collier & St. Vincent.
🅿️🚫 Parking Restrictions on Cuthbert Street (Ward 6)
Sponsor: N. Harris
Ask staff to investigate adding "No Parking" on Cuthbert St. between Ferndale Dr. S. & Porritt St.
🎭🎶 Performing Arts Centre Task Force - Funding for Expenditures
Sponsor: J. Harris
Provide the Performing Arts Centre Task Force with $5,000 from the Council Strategic Priorities Account for mileage and promotional expenses.
🚰🏭 Presentation: Water Asset Management Plan
Presentation by Kelly Oakley, Manager of Corporate Asset Management: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9884250&GUID=D48A9C88-DF71-4AC2-B8B7-DCE33C470A85
The principles of asset management and the City’s pro-active approach for immediate and long-term asset needs;
The objectives and methodology of Asset Management;
An overview of the City’s water assets;
The current level of service to citizens, businesses and stakeholders;
A summary of the current and future funding challenges;
A chart illustrating the total cost of providing water service between 2021 to 2031; and
The next steps to advance the Asset Management Plan and bring it in compliance with Ontario Regulation 588/17.
🚰🏭 Approval of Water Asset Management Plan
2021 Water Asset Management Plan - SLBC Inc.: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9884252&GUID=48FAADAC-8559-47F8-A3FB-27AD488B881C
Staff is recommending that Council approve the plan of September 29.
📝🏘 Planning Committee Report
Report from October 19: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9904927&GUID=4A017E9D-4611-43B8-B691-49B8D4D857AA
Presentation: One City, One Vision, One Plan – Barrie's Draft Official Plan Update
Michelle Banfield, Director of Development Services provided a presentation concerning an update on the City of Barrie Draft Official Plan (OP)
🍽🍛 Presentation: The Simcoe County Food Council – Simcoe County Food Security Framework
Presentation Request: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=9904862&GUID=722C624A-2B80-4E88-8128-839FACE56E70
🏫🧑🏫 Presentation: Update on Georgian College's Operations
Bill 091 - All-Way Stop at Innisfil St. & Brock St. (Ward 2)
To add the all-way stop
Bill 092 - Confirmation Bylaw
Confirming the proceedings of Council at this meeting