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April 24, 2013 Council Agenda

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City of Hamilton

Wednesday, April 24, 2013
5:00 p.m.

Council Chambers
City Hall
71 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario

R. Caterini
City Clerk


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  1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

    1.         ADDED CORRESPONDENCE

     

    5.9      Correspondence from Sharon L. MacKenzie, Executive Director, i2i Intergenerational Society, requesting Letter of Support for Intergenerational Day on June 1, 2013

     

                Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.10    Correspondence from Ryan McGreal, Editor, Raise the Hammer, respecting Re-affirmation of Council’s support for Light Rail Transit

     

    Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.11    Correspondence from Nicholas Kevlahan expressing support for a B-line LRT in Hamilton 

     

                Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.12    Correspondence from Gregory Galante expressing support for LRT in Hamilton

     

                Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.13   Correspondence from Dr. Tom Doyle, Ph.D., P.Eng., expressing support for LRT in Hamilton

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

     

    2.         REPORTS (to be distributed)

     

    6.4       Public Works Committee Report 13-005 – April 22, 2013  

     

    6.5       Board of Health Report 13-003 – April 22, 2013 

     

    3.         NOTICE OF MOTION

     

    8.1      Re-Affirmation of Council’s Position respecting B-Line LRT on King Street

     

    4.       ADDED PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL

     

    10.2    Selection Committee Report 13-002 – April 23, 2013

              Pursuant to Sub-section 8.1(b) of the City’s Procedural By-law and Section 239.2(b) of the Municipal Act as the subject matter pertains to an identifiable individual, including City employees.

     

    NOTE:

     

    Item 10.1 – Typographical error – should read as follows:

     

    10.1    Closed Session Minutes – April 10, 2013

    Pursuant to Section 8.1(e) of the City’s Procedural By-law and Section 239.2(e) of the Municipal Act as the subject matter pertains to potential litigation including matters before administrative tribunals affecting the municipality or local board.

  2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
  3. CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES
  4. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL HELD ON:

    4.1           April 10, 2013

  5. COMMUNICATIONS

    5.1     Resolution from the Town of Ajax respecting the Enbridge Line 9B Reversal and Line 9 Capacity Expansion project – Issues Report

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.2     Correspondence from Metrolinx respecting “The Big Move” – the Regional Transportation Plan for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area) (GTHA)

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.3     Resolution from the City of Brantford respecting “Changes to the Heads and Beds Legislation and to Develop a Legal Position around the Heads and Beds Payment”

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.4     Correspondence from Marlene Meerkat requesting to proclaim May, 2013 as Lyme Disease Awareness Month

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.5     Correspondence from Patience Adamu, Intern, Municipal Partnerships, TO2015, requesting to proclaim July 10, 2013 as Pan Am/Parapan Am Day

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

     5.6    Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Communication respecting “Ontario PC’s Interest Arbitration Private Members’ Bill Lost on Vote”

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

     

    5.7    Correspondence from Gordon Searles, MD, FRCPC, President, Canadian Dermatology Association, requesting recognition of “Light It Orange for Melanoma Monday” on Monday, May 6, 2013

     

              Recommendation:   Be received and referred to the General Manager of Public Works for appropriate action.

     

    5.8    Correspondence from Karen Leibovici, President, Federation of Municipalities of Canada, congratulating the City of Hamilton for achieving Milestone 5 of the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) Program for corporate emissions

     

              Recommendation:   Be received.

  6. NOTICES OF MOTION
  7. STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS
  8. PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL

    10.1    Closed Session Minutes – April 10, 2013

    Pursuant to Section 8.1(e) of the City’s Procedural By-law and Section 239.2(e) of the Municipal Act as the subject matter pertains to potential litigation including matters before administrative tribunals affecting the municipality or local board.

  9. BY-LAWS

    Bill No.

     

     

     

    101

    To Amend By-law No. 01-215, To Regulate Traffic:

    Schedule 2 – Speed Limits

     

     

    102

    To Amend By-law No. 01-215, To Regulate Traffic:

    Schedule 2 Speed Limits

     

     

    103

    To Amend By-law No. 01-218, as amended, To Regulate On-Street Parking:

    Schedule 5 – Parking Meters

    Schedule 6 – Time Limit Parking

    Schedule 8 – No Parking Zones

    Schedule 9 – Alternate Side Parking

    Schedule 12 – Permit Parking Zones

    Schedule 13 – No Stopping Zones

    Schedule 14 – Wheelchair Loading Zones

    Schedule 16 – Taxi Zones

    Schedule 20 – School Bus Loading Zones

     

     

    104

    To Incorporate City Land Designated as Block 86 on Plan 62M-1167 into Bousfield Rise

     

     

    105

    To Incorporate City Land Designated as Block 84 on Plan 62M-1167 into Gunby Boulevard

     

     

    106

    To Incorporate City Land Being Part of Block 16 on Plan 62M-989, Designated as Part 40 on Plan 62R-19312 into Jessica Street

     

     

    107

    To Incorporate City Land Designated as Block 81 on Plan 62M-1167 into Painter Terrace

     

     

    108

    To Incorporate City Land Designated as Blocks 80 and 83 on Plan 62M-1167 into Sadielou Boulevard

     

     

    109

    To Incorporate City Land Designated as Blocs 77 and 79 on Plan 62M-1167 into Rusk Terrace

     

     

    110

    Respecting Removal of Part Lot Control, A Portion of Block 19, Registered Plan No. 62M-1170 “Trillium Gardens – Phase 2”, 3 – 107 Padua Crescent (Stoney Creek)

     

     

    111

    To Amend Zoning By-law No. 3692 -92 (Stoney Creek), Respecting the Lands Located at 259 Dewitt Road

     

     

    112

    To Amend Zoning By-law No. 05-200, Respecting Lands Located at 259 Dewitt Road (Stoney Creek)

     

     

    113

    To Adopt Official Plan Amendment No. 175 to the former City of Stoney Creek Official Plan

    Respecting:

    Lands Located on the north side of Highway No. 8, known municipally as 303 Highway No. 8, Stoney Creek

     

     

    114

    To Amend Zoning By-law No. 3692-92 (Stoney Creek), Respecting Lands Located at 303 Highway No. 8

     

     

    115

    To Confirm the Proceedings of City Council

  10. ADJOURNMENT
  11. OUTSTANDING BUSINESS

     

    Issue

    Date Action Initiated

    Lead Dept/Div

    Status

    Agenda Item

    A.  

    Removal of trucks from Centennial Parkway Access, from King Street to Mud Street

     

    June 9, 2010

     

    Deferred

    Sub-section (b)(i)(4) of Item 3 of Public Works Committee Report 10-008

     

    B.  

    Proposed two-hour free parking on Saturdays for Farmers’ Market Patrons

    Feb. 9, 2011

     

    Tabled

    Motion 7.2 of Feb. 9, 2011 Council Minutes

    C. 

    Motion, respecting Request for Moratorium on Industrial Wind Turbine Development

    Jan. 25, 2012

     

    Tabled

    Motion 7.1 of Jan. 25, 2012 Council Minutes