Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/26/2018 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
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18-A-088 2  Confirmation of MinutesThe Minutes of the City Council meeting held on October 1, 2018 were adopted as printed and circulated.Adopted as printed and circulated  Action details Not available
18-A-089 1  Awards and RecognitionPRESENTATION TO THE WINNER OF THE 2018 MAYOR’S CHRISTMAS CARD CONTEST Mayor Lehman called upon Alina Dion, the Winner of the 2018 Mayor’s Christmas Card contest for her illustration entitled “Olde Tyme Barrie Christmas”. Mayor Lehman advised that his office received numerous submissions and that Ms. Dion’s mixed media painting depicting an older home on Dunlop Street decorated for the Christmas Season clearly stood out. Mayor Lehman advised that the painting will be displayed in City Hall and thanked Ms. Dion for sharing her talent.Received  Action details Not available
18-A-090 1  Awards and RecognitionPRESENTATION TO THE RECIPIENTS OF THE ORDER OF THE SPIRIT CATCHER AND YOUTH SPIRIT CATCHER AWARD Councillor B. Ward and Councillor S. Trotter on behalf of the Order of the Spirit Catcher Committee announced that the Order of the Spirit Catcher and Youth Spirit Catcher Award are the highest awards presented in the City of Barrie and they noted that the recipients were recognized at a gala held by the Barrie Community Foundation. Councillor Ward discussed the number of applications received. He noted that the contributions of those who were nominated were inspiring. Councillor Ward discussed the nomination process and the surprise experienced by the recipients when they are notified that they are to receive these awards. Youth Spirit Catcher Councillor S. Trotter announced that the recipient for the 2018 Youth Spirit Catcher Award was Mr. Jake Vaz. He advised that Jake Vaz has demonstrated leadership in the creation and execution of a chess program for children at the Barrie Public Library for the last four years. Councillor Trotter shared that at the age of 14 Jake brought hReceived  Action details Not available
18-A-091 1  Awards and RecognitionPRESENTATION TO THE RECIPIENTS OF 2018 HERITAGE BARRIE AWARDS Mr. Chris Tribble, Chair of the Heritage Barrie Committee introduced the seventh annual Heritage Barrie Awards. He shared that the Heritage Barrie Committee selected winners from residential, commercial, institutional and group categories. Mr. Tribble, Mayor J. Lehman and members of the Heritage Barrie Committee presented awards to the following recipients: · Residential Heritage Award - 101 Clapperton Street - Pat and Carol Quinn; · Residential Heritage Award - 50 Burton Street - David Orti and Katherine Ellis; · Commercial Heritage Award - Vision Store, 214 Dunlop St. W. - Ben and Karen Rattalade; · Institutional Heritage Award - Burton Avenue United Church, 37 Burton Avenue; and · Group Category Heritage Award - Allandale Neighbourhood Association. Mayor J. Lehman thanked the members of the Heritage Barrie Committee and the recipients of the awards. He commented how great it is to see people take great pride in heritage preservation.Received  Action details Not available
18-A-092 1  Awards and RecognitionPRESENTATION OF COUNCIL SERVICE AWARDS TO COUNCILLOR BONNIE AINSWORTH (WARD 1), COUNCILLOR ROSE ROMITA (WARD 2), COUNCILLOR PETER SILVEIRA (WARD 5), COUNCILLOR STEVE TROTTER (WARD 6), COUNCILLOR ANDREW PRINCE (WARD 7) AND COUNCILLOR ARIF KHAN (WARD 8) Mayor Lehman recognized the accomplishments of the outgoing members of Council who were present at the meeting. Mayor Lehman recognized that Councillor Bonnie Ainsworth served four terms on City Council, including 1998-2000, 2001-2003, 2010-2014 and 2014-2018. He noted some of the Committees that Councillor Ainsworth was involved with during her Council terms. Mayor Lehman noted that a person would always know where Councillor Ainsworth stood on a matter. Mayor Lehman highlighted her desire to preserve the character of the east end of the City and how she was a champion for the improvement of roads. Mayor Lehman presented Councillor Ainsworth with a framed print of the Duckworth Street road design, along with an actual piece of asphalt from Duckworth Street. Councillor Ainsworth shared how she loved being a City Councillor, but nReceived  Action details Not available
18-A-093 2  Tax ApplicationMoved by: Councillor, A. Khan Seconded by: Councillor, S. Morales That the list of Application for Cancellation Reduction or Addition to Taxes to Council dated November 26, 2018 in the amount of $27,355.97, be approved.Adopted  Action details Not available
18-A-094 1  Committee Report CCGeneral Committee Report dated November 19, 2018, Sections A, B, and C.   Action details Not available
18-G-204 1  Committee Report GCREPORT OF THE FINANCE AND CORPORATE SERVICES COMMITTEE DATE SEPTEMBER 26, 2018Received  Action details Not available
18-G-205 3  Staff ReportSERVICE FEES FOR DYE TESTING TO CONFIRM SEWAGE USE, 205 CHERRY COURTAdopted  Action details Not available
18-G-206 2  Staff Report2018 YEAR TO DATE INTERNAL AUDIT STATUS REPORT AND YEAR ONE FRAUD AND WRONGDOING PROGRAM PILOT SUMMARYAdopted  Action details Not available
18-G-207 2  Staff ReportISSUANCE OF CHARITABLE TAX RECEIPTS - MEMORIAL SQUARE AND MERIDIAN PLACE (WARD 2)Adopted  Action details Not available
18-G-208 2  Staff ReportSPIRIT CATCHER LIGHTING UPGRADE (WARD 2)Adopted  Action details Not available
18-G-209 4  Item of DiscussionINVITATION TO THE SIMCOE MUSKOKA DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT (SMDHU) TO MAKE A PRESENTATION CONCERNING THE SIMCOE MUSKOKA OPIOID STRATEGY ACTION PLANAdopted  Action details Not available
18-G-210 3  Item of DiscussionSOUND BARRIERS ALONG HIGHWAY 400 ADJACENT TO RESIDENTIAL AREASAdopted  Action details Not available
18-G-211 3  Item of DiscussionREQUEST TO THE BARRIE POLICE SERVICES BOARDAdopted  Action details Not available
18-G-212 3  Item of DiscussionTIFFIN BOAT LAUNCH PARKING LOTAdopted  Action details Not available
18-G-213 3  Staff ReportPRESENTATION CONCERNING AN UPDATE ON THE BARRIE SIMCOE EMERGENCY SERVICES CAMPUS PROJECTReceived  Action details Not available
18-A-095 1  Direct MotionBARRIE SIMCOE EMERGENCY SERVICES CAMPUS BUILDING SIGNAGE Moved by: Councillor, B. Ainsworth Seconded by: Mayor, J. Lehman 1. That a Change Order to the Barrie Simcoe Emergency Services Campus contract be issued to design, supply and install exterior building signage for the Barrie Police Service and County of Simcoe / EMS service partners, and rough-in provisions for a future Barrie Fire and Emergency Service sign to the Project’s scope of work. 2. That, if sufficient additional efficiencies cannot be realized within the Barrie Simcoe Emergency Services Campus Project through the Integrated Project Delivery approach to fund it, the estimated costs of $35,000 associated with the signage change order be funded from the Tax Capital Reserve.Adopted  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2018-133 2  By-LawBill #133 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to amend By-law 2009-141, a land use control by-law to regulate the use of land, and the erection, use, bulk, height, location and spacing of buildings and structures in the City of Barrie. (18-G-178) (PLN012-18) (Zoning By-law Amendment - Barrie Owen Service Inc. - 55-57 McDonald Street, 53-59 and 61-67 Owen Street and 70-78 Worsley Street) (Ward 2) (D14-1645)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2018-134 3  By-LawBill #134 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to expropriate the lands described as Part Lot 78, Plan 1455, being Part 12 on Plan 51R-40972, in the City of Barrie, County of Simcoe, being Part of PIN: 58827-0067 (LT). (17-G-164) (LGL007-18) (Acquisition of Road Widenings - Duckworth Street) (Part of 356 Duckworth Street) (Wards 1 and 2) (File: L07-1103)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2018-135 1  By-LawBill #135 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to establish Block 367 on Plan 51M-689, in the City of Barrie, County of Simcoe as a public highway, and to name the highway Hewitt Place. (By-law 2010-166) (Establish Public Highway/Name Public Highway) (Part of Hewitt Place) (File: D10-043)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2018-136 1  By-LawBill #136 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to expropriate the lands described as Part of Lot 79, w/s High Street, Plan 115, City of Barrie, County of Simcoe as in RO881974; save and except Part 2 on Plan 51R-18504, being all of PIN 58797-0006 (LT). (18-G-139) (ENG012-18) (Property Acquisition to Facilitate Kidd’s Creek Reconstruction at Dunlop Street West (Ward 2) (File: L07-730)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2018-137 1  By-LawBill #137 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to further amend By-law 80-138, as amended, being a By-law to regulate traffic on highways. (18-G-197) (RPF010-18) (Ellen Street Parking Investigation - Ward 2) (18-G-198) (Installation of an All-way Stop at the Intersection of Consort Drive and Sandringham Drive) (Item for Discussion 8.1, September 24, 2018) (File: T00)Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available
BY-LAW 2018-138 1  By-LawBill #138 A By-law of The Corporation of the City of Barrie to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held on the 26th day of November, 2018.Read a First, Second and third time and finally passed  Action details Not available