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General Committee – Wednesday, May 10, 2023, 7pm

Updated: Jan 5

A Public Meeting on the proposed Development Charge Bylaw, the Rotary Club of Barrie COVID-19 Heroes and Memorial Garden in Sunnidale Park, the summer Busking Program, and the Duckworth Watermain and ROW expansion


Meeting Location: Council Chambers



🗣️🏙️ Public Meetings

  • The Public Meetings are now being held in person OR by electronic participation.

  • If you wish to provide oral comments electronically, please register in advance by emailing: cityclerks@barrie.ca or calling 705-739-4220 x5500 during regular office hours prior to 12pm on the day of the meeting

  • Once you register, you will be provided information from the Legislative Services Branch on how to make your submission at the Virtual Public Meeting. To participate in the Virtual Planning Meeting virtually, you will need access to a computer with internet service or a telephone.

  • If you decide to speak after the meeting has started, you need to email cityclerks@barrie.ca or call 705-797-5353.


🏘️💵 Proposed New Development Charge Bylaw



🧑‍🏫📑 Presentations

  • Nil



⏸️⏯️ Deferred Business

  • Nil



📝📑 Reports of Reference, Advisory or Special Committees


💰🤷 Affordability Committee


🚸🚨 Community Safety Committee


🚸🏫 Safety in School Zones

  • Invite school board representatives to meet with the committee to discuss pedestrian and vehicular safety in alignment with data received by the City in school areas

🛑🛑 All-Way Stop Innisfil St. & Marshall St.

  • Direct the Development Services Department to investigate the feasibility of installing a four-way stop at the corner of Innisfil Street and Marshall Streeet



📑🗂 Staff Reports


🧑‍⚕️🌳 Rotary Club of Barrie COVID-19 Heroes and Memorial Garden in Sunnidale Park (Ward 4)

  • Staff Report: https://barrie.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=11953001&GUID=32BADF4A-DBFF-4C2E-83BB-68512DB1D95E

  • Recommending that the Rotary Club of Barrie be permitted to finance and construct the Rotary Club of Barrie COVID-19 Heroes and Memorial Garden in Sunnidale Park, and that it become property of the City upon completion, with regular maintenance by the Parks and Forestry Operations Branch, with $3,500 in the 2024 operating budget to offset the increased expenditures related to the cost of utilities and maintenance for the garden


🎤🎸 2022 Busking Program Pilot / 2023 Pilot Recommendations


🚰💰 Funding Request for Duckworth Street New Transmission Watermain and Row Expansion (Wards 1 & 2)





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