Meeting Name: Finance and Corporate Services Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/2/2019 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
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TMP-24813 2  Committee Report OPEN DELEGATION BY A REPRESENTATIVE(S) OF REDWOOD PARK COMMUNITIES INC. REQUESTING RELIEF OF PERMIT FEES, APPLICATION FEES AND DEVELOPMENT CHARGES FOR THREE NEW AFFORDABLE UNITS LOCATED AT 40, 42 AND 44 TORONTO STREET. Angela Baldwin of Baldwin Planning and Development Consultants on behalf of Redwood Park Communities Inc. and owners of 40, 42 and 44 Toronto Street provided an open delegation concerning a request for relief of permit fees, application fees and development charges for three new affordable units located at 40, 42 and 44 Toronto Street, Barrie. Ms. Baldwin provided an overview of Redwood Park Communities Inc. and their involvement with affordable housing projects in Barrie such as the Barrs Motel Project entitled “Lucy’s Place Project”, United House and the proposed twelve unit apartment project on Lillian Crescent. Ms. Baldwin advised that she did not realize development charge fees would apply to this property as the building was only to add three new subsidized one bedroom apartments. Ms. Baldwin requested the Committee consider waiving the permit fees, applicat   Action details Not available
TMP-24829 3  Staff MemoREDWOOD PARK AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING PROJECTS - REQUEST FOR RELIEF FROM PERMIT FEES, APPLICATION FEES AND DEVELOPMENT CHARGES (WARD 2) The Memorandum from E. Terry, Planner dated October 2, 2019 regarding Redwood Park Affordable Rental Housing Projects - Request for Relief from Permit Fees, Application Fees and Development Charges (Ward 2) was received for information purposes.   Action details Not available
19-G-296 1  Item of DiscussionREDWOOD PARK COMMUNITIES INC. AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING PROJECTS - RELIEF FROM PERMITS FEES, APPLICATION FEES AND DEVELOPMENT CHARGES (WARD 2) - 40, 42 AND 44 TORONTO STREETrecommended for adoption  Action details Not available
TMP-24763 3  PresentationPRESENTATION CONCERNING A ENFORCEMENT SERVICES 101 Tammy Banting, Manager of Enforcement Services provided a presentation concerning an Enforcement Services 101. Ms. Banting discussed slides concerning the following topics: · The Enforcement Services role and responsibilities; · The regulations that are the responsibility of Enforcement Services; · A sample of the timing associated with enforcement matters; · The volume and type of service calls received related to enforcement for 2018; · The available resources within Department and service hours; · The matters that are not the responsibility of Enforcement Services; · A list of strange matters that involve Enforcement Services; and · Methods to communicate with Enforcement Services including submitting complaints. Members of Committee asked a number of questions of City staff and received responses.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24802 3  PresentationPRESENTATION CONCERNING A FINANCIAL UPDATE Jennifer Cowles, Senior Manager of Corporate Finance and Investments provided a presentation concerning a Financial Update. Ms. Cowles discussed slides concerning the following topics: · The state of the economy and the potential effects on the City’s financial position; · An outline of the City’s Capital Plan commitments; · A comparison of Bill 108 regulations between hard and soft services; · The legislative changes to the Growth Implementation Capital Financing Strategy between 2014 to 2019; · The provincial financial pressures faced by the municipalities Services Partners; · The potential capital funding options; and · The next steps. Members of Committee asked a numbers of questions related to the information provided and received responses from City staff.Received  Action details Not available
19-G-297 2  Committee Report REFERRED BY MOTION 19-G-256 - CORRESPONDENCE FROM AARON GOLD, ONE MILBURN INC. DATED SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 CONCERNING A REQUEST FOR A SIGN BY-LAW VARIANCE FOR 1 MILBURN STREETrecommended for adoption  Action details Not available
TMP-24615 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE DATED JUNE 4, 2019 The Report of the International Relations Committee dated June 4, 2019 was received. (File: C05)Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24616 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY AND WELL-BEING COMMITTEE DATED JUNE 6, 2019 The Report of the Community Safety and Well-Being Committee dated June 6, 2019 was received. (File: C05)Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24618 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATED JUNE 13, 2019 The Report of the Accessibility Advisory Committee dated June 13, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24619 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATED JUNE 24, 2019. The Report of the Seniors Advisory Committee dated June 24, 2019 was received. (File: C05)Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24620 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE TOWN AND GOWN COMMITTEE DATED JUNE 26, 2019 The Report of the Town and Gown Committee dated June 26, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24621 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATED JULY 15, 2019 The Report of the Seniors Advisory Committee Report dated July 15, 2019 was received. (File: C05)Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24622 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE TOWN AND GOWN COMMITTEE DATED JULY 31, 2019 The Report of the Town and Gown Committee dated July 31, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24624 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY WELL-BEING COMMITTEE DATED AUGUST 1, 2019 The Report of the Community Safety Well-Being Committee dated August 1, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24815 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATED AUGUST 19, 2019 The Report of the Seniors Advisory Committee dated August 19, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
19-G-298 2  Staff ReportINCENTIVES FOR DEVELOPERS OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESrecommended for adoption  Action details Not available
19-G-299 2  Staff ReportSENIORS HOUSING STRATEGYrecommended for adoption  Action details Not available
TMP-24734 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE DATED SEPTEMBER 3, 2019 The Report of the International Relations Committee dated September 3, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24721 1  Item of DiscussionESTABLISHMENT OF A LEGACY FUND FOR THE YOUTH AMBASSADOR’S PROGRAM WITH THE BARRIE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION That the following matter be received. That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute an Agreement with the Barrie Community Foundation to establish a Legacy Fund for the Youth Ambassadors Program in a form acceptable to the Director of Legal Services.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24751 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY WELL-BEING COMMITTEE DATED SEPTEMBER 5, 2019 The Report of the Community Safety and Well-Being Committee dated Septemger 5, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24816 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATED SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 The Report of the Accessibility Advisory Committee dated September 12, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24814 1  Committee Report REPORT OF THE SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATED SEPTEMBER 23, 2019 The Report of the Seniors Advisory Committee dated September 23, 2019 was received.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24759 1  Item of DiscussionFREE THURSDAY TRANSIT SERVICES FOR SENIORS AND A FEE REDUCTION FOR THE SENIORS MONTHLY TRANSIT PASS That the following matter be received. 1. That Barrie Transit provide free transit services every Thursday to seniors ages 65 and up within the City of Barrie. 2. That the Fees By-law 2019-023 be amended to reduce the seniors monthly transit pass from $56.50 to $52.00 effective November 1, 2019.Received  Action details Not available
TMP-24764 3  Staff MemoMEMORANDUM SIGN VARIANCE REQUEST FOR 1 MILBURN DEVELOPMENT The Memorandum from W. Cooke, City Clerk/Director of Legislative and Court Services dated October 2, 2019 concerning a Sign Variance Request for 1 Milburn Street Development was received for information purposes.Received  Action details Not available