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Council Agenda for February 27, 2013

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City of Hamilton

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

 

5:00 p.m.

 

Council Chambers

City Hall

71 Main Street West

Hamilton, Ontario

 

R. Caterini

City Clerk

(905) 546-2424 ext. 4408

 

 

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  1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

    CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

     

     

    1.         ADDED COMMUNICATION

     

    5.10    Correspondence from Janet Mason, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing respecting Growing the Greenbelt – Glenorchy Lands (Oakville) and Urban River Valleys approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Greenbelt Plan and Greenbelt Area boundary regulation (O.Reg.6/13).

     

                Recommendation:  Be received.

     

     

    2.         REPORT (to be distributed)

     

    6.4       General Issues Committee Report 13-006 – February 25, 2013  

     

    3.         ADDED NOTICES OF MOTION

     

    8.1       Objection to Liquor License Application Blue Nile Ethiopian Restaurant, 90 Wellington Street North, Hamilton, Ontario, L8R 1N1

     

    8.2       Objection to Liquor License Application F.L.A. Café and Bar, 658-660 Barton Street East, Hamilton, Ontario, L8L 6L6

     

    8.3       Theatre Ancaster Renovation with Mohawk College 

     

    4.         ADDED BY-LAWS

     

    Bill No.

     

    061

    To Amend Zoning By-law No. 05-200, Respecting Lands Located at 1295 Cormorant Road (Ancaster)

     

     

    062

    Respecting Removal of Part Lot Control, Blocks 104 and 105, Registered Plan No. 62M-1172, “Penny Lane Estates – Phase 1”, 263, 267, 271 and 275 Penny Lane

     

  2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
  3. CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES

    3.1       Ontario Heritage Trust – 2012 Heritage Community Recognition Awards

  4. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL HELD ON:

    4.1             February 13, 2013

    4.2             February 20, 2013 (Special meeting)

  5. COMMUNICATIONS

    5.1       Correspondence from Allison J. Stuart, Assistant Deputy Minister and Chief of the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services congratulating Hamilton on completing the mandatory emergency management program elements required under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) and Ontario Regulation 380/04 for 2012.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

    5.2       Correspondence from Al Gordon, Chair of the Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre (ASAC) Advisory Board thanking the City of Hamilton for entering into partnership with ASAC and the Federal Government through the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund in support of the Centre’s Expansion Project.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

    5.3       Correspondence Jennifer Lawrence, Manager of Environment Planning with Conservation Halton respecting Conservation Halton Regulatory Shoreline Policy Update – Development, Interference with Wetlands and Alterations to Shorelines and Watercourses Regulation – Draft for Discussion.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

     5.4       E-mail correspondence from Harold W. Becker, President/Founder of The Love Foundation, Inc. Announcing Global Love Day 2013 and Proclamation Request

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

    5.5       Correspondence from John Ennis, Government and Community Relations with CAA South Central Ontario respecting CAA public opinion research on one-way to two-way street conversions.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received and referred to the Ward 1 and Ward 2 - One Way to Two Way Street Implementation Team.

     

    5.6       Correspondence from Aaron Schat, Chair, on behalf of the Council of First Hamilton Christian Reformed Church respecting the Casino proposal.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

    5.7       Correspondence from Frank Russo, Senior Vice President of Global Spectrum and Riley O’Connor, Chairman of Live Nation Canada respecting the Casino proposal.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

    5.8       Correspondence from Tim Simmons, Chair of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board respecting a proposal for new school in the Pan Am Stadium precinct.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received and referred to the City Manager for a report to the General Issues Committee.

     

    5.9       Correspondence from Michael Fougere, Mayor of the City of Regina respecting the Mayor’s Poetry City Challenge: A Celebration of Poetry, Writing and Publishing.

     

                            Recommendation:  Be received.

     

  6. COMMITTEE REPORTS

    6.1       Special General Issues Committee Report 13-004, February 14, 2013

     

    6.2       Planning Committee Report 13-003 – February 19, 2013

     

    6.3       General Issues Committee Report 13-005– February 20, 2013

     

    6.4       General Issues Committee Report 13-006 – February 25, 2013 (to be distributed)

  7. NOTICES OF MOTION
  8. STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS
  9. PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  10. BY-LAWS

    Bill No.

     

     

     

    053

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

    Schedule 6 – Time Limit Parking

    Schedule 8 – No Parking Zones

    Schedule 12 – Permit Parking Zones

    Schedule 13 – No Stopping Zones

    Schedule 14 – Wheelchair Loading Zones

     

     

    054

    To Impose a Sanitary Sewer Charge upon owners of land abutting Southcote Road from Bookjans Drive to approximately 47 metres south of Bookjans Drive, in the City of Hamilton

     

     

    055

    To Impose a Storm Sewer Charge upon owners of land abutting Southcote Road from Bookjans Drive to approximately 116m north of Bookjans Drive, in the City of Hamilton

     

     

    056

    To Impose a Storm and Sanitary Sewer Charge upon owners of land abutting Southcote Road from Secinaro Drive to approximately 40 metres north of Secinaro Drive, in the City of Hamilton

     

     

    057

    Respecting Removal of Part Lot Control, Blocks 23 and 25, Registered Plan No. 62M-1030, “Red Hill Vista – Phase 1” ( 6-16 Cedarville Drive, Stoney Creek)

     

     

    058

    To Amend Zoning By-law No. 6593 (Hamilton), Respecting Lands Located at 0 Jessica Street (Hamilton)

     

     

    059

    To Amend Zoning By-law No. 464 (Glanbrook), Respecting Lands Located at 5 & 9 Hampton Brook Way (Glanbrook)

     

     

    060

    To Amend By-law No. 07-170, A By-law to License and Regulate Various Businesses

    Schedule 25 – Taxicabs

     

     

     

    061

    To Confirm the Proceedings of City Council

  11. ADJOURNMENT
  12. 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