November 18, 2016 Revised Council Agenda
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REVISED AGENDA

for the

REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL

Friday, November 18th, 2016

9:00 a.m.

Council Chamber

9 James Street, Parry Sound, Ontario

            (Add-on)

1.         CALL TO ORDER

            i)      National Anthem

            ii)     Approval of Agenda

            iii)    Announcement of Public Meetings

The Committee of Adjustment will meet at 11:00 a.m. to consider one application.

                                    Provided under separate cover

2.         DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

3.         MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING

            i)          Regular Meeting Of Council

                        Pages: 1-8

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held on October 14, 2016, be approved.

            ii)         Steering Committees Meeting

                        Pages: 9-13

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Minutes of the Steering Committees held on October 13, 2016, be approved.

            iii)        Closed Council Meeting Minutes – October 14, 2016

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Closed Council Meeting Minutes held on October 14, 2016, be approved.

4.         DEPUTATIONS

9:45 a.m.        Andrea Gaspar, CEO, Terry Zanussi, Board Chair and Ashleigh Laughren, Program Co-Ordinator. Parry Sound Public Library

                                    Pages: 14-18

10:00 a.m.      Anne Haines, Municipal Property Assessment Corporation Non Residential Properties (Farm, Multi-Res, Commercial and Industrial, Special and Exempt)

                                    Pages: 19-57

10:30 a.m.      Staff Sergeant Mike Gordon, Detachment Commander for West Parry Sound OPP

1:00 p.m.        Jason Beer. Polaron Solar (CANCELLED)

                                    Pages: 58-62

5.         CLOSED MEETING

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council move into a CLOSED MEETING at _____________ a.m./p.m., pursuant to Section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001,S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended.

            OPEN MEETING

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council move out of a CLOSED MEETING at ___________ a.m./p.m.

6.         UNFINISHED PLANNING BUSINESS

7.         OFFICIAL PLAN/ZONING AMENDMENTS

8.         CONSENT APPLICATIONS

9.         SITE PLAN CONTROL

10.       SHORE/CONCESSION ROAD ALLOWANCES

            i)          1304079 Ontario Limited                                                                G. Walker
                        (Taylor, Kevin)
                        234 Healey Lake Water

                        Pages: 63-64

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approves the stopping up, closure and conveyance of a portion of the original shore road allowance fronting 234 Healey Lake Water, being Lot 7 of Plan M-292, in the geographic Township of Conger, on the basis of a straight-line extension of the side lot lines, and subject to the passage and registration of a deeming by-law to provide for the merging of the applicant’s property with the shore road allowance being purchased.

            ii)         Springhaven Lodge Limited                                                          P. Frost
                        32 Nares Inlet Road

                        Pages: 65-68

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approves the application to stop up, close and convey that portion of municipal concession road allowance that traverses Parcel 5556 NS and abuts the Parcel within the limits of the extension of the side lot lines. As per Township Policy, the applicant shall pay fair market value for the portion of concession road allowance, as determined by a certified real estate appraiser.

11.       REPORT OF THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

                        Pages: 69-82

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council receives the Report of the Chief Administrative Officer as distributed.

12.       REPORT OF TASK FORCES/COMMITTEES

            PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT   

            i)          Entrance Permit Application – Healey Lake Rd. – Timms             G. Walker

16-      WHEREAS the Township is in receipt of an approved Work Permit from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry with respect to a trail to be constructed in Concessions 4 and 5, Part of Lots 36 and 37, coming off of Healey Lake Road, in the geographic Township of Conger;

AND WHEREAS the users of the trail require an entrance permit from the Public Works Department, prior to commencing upgrades to the trail in compliance with the Work Permit;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council approves the issuance of an entrance permit to Mr. Laurie Timms, the agent working on behalf of all of the users of the trail;

AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that staff takes measures to ensure that access to the trail from Healey Lake Road will be controlled, and will be limited to ATV/snowmobile access only, unless alternative approvals have been sought from the Township.

            PLANNING DEPARTMENT

            i)          Official Plan Review- Lot Creation/Severance Policies           G. French
                        Pointe au Baril Islands Neighbourhood                                   K. Williams

16-      WHEREAS as part of the five-year review of the Official Plan, the Pointe au Baril Islanders’ Association (PaBIA) has recommended to Council that the minimum lot size required to be eligible for severance in the Pointe au Baril Islands Neighbourhood, be increased from 2 hectares (4.9 acres) to 3 hectares (7.4 acres);

AND WHEREAS Council, staff and representatives of the Pointe au Baril Islanders’ Neighbourhood (PaBIA) have had several meetings and have had several discussions with respect to this change;

AND WHEREAS Council received considerable feedback with respect to a general notice was circulated to all property owners in the Township, and an additional letter which was sent to those property owners who were specifically, potentially impacted from the proposed change;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that after extensive review of the matter, Council believes the proposal to increase the minimum lot area required, to be eligible for severance, from 2 hectares (4.9 ac) to 3 hectares (7.4 ac) would not appear to be appropriate;

AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that staff inform the Pointe au Baril Islanders’ Association of Council’s final decision with respect to the minimum lot size eligibility issue.

            ii)         Ontario Municipal Board Hearing-Omb Case No. Pl 141348
                       
MacKenzie Island 97A, Harrison

16-      WHEREAS Consent Application Nos. B08-14, B09-14 and B10-14 were denied by the Planning Board and subsequently appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board;

AND WHEREAS all parties involved have been diligently working toward a settlement with respect to these properties.

AND WHEREAS the latest proposal is that there are to be no new lots created on Part of Island 97A, the northerly lands being Parcel 1, Part Parcels 2 and 4, Parcel 1721 PSNS, 1920 PSNS and 18021 PSNS, in front of the geographic Township of Harrison;

AND WHEREAS Part of Island 97A, the easterly most portion of the southerly lands being Parcels 1, 6 and 7, Parcel 5000 PSNS, Parcel 7162 PSNS and Parcel 9452 PSNS, in front of the geographic township of Harrison, is to be added to the northerly portion by way of a lot addition;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council supports this settlement that has been negotiated and brought forward by the Township’s legal counsel;

AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that staff inform the solicitor to return to the Ontario Municipal Board with Council’s approval of the latest settlement.

13.       CORRESPONDENCE

            i)          Council Correspondence

                        Pages: 83-87

                        Pages: 95-99

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council receives the November 2016 Council Correspondence listing.

14.       OTHER BUSINESS

            i)          Seniors Day Luncheon

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council supports the 2017 Seniors Luncheon to be held at the Pointe au Baril Community Centre and hereby approves of a donation in the amount of $2,000.00.

            ii)         Hydro One Installation of High Voltage Wires – Dollard Bay, Healey Lake. Sue Miller

                        Pages: 88

            iii)        Community Safety Zone – Portion of Hwy 69 through Pointe au Baril

16-      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council for the Township of The Archipelago supports the application for a Community Safety Zone on Highway 69, through the village of Pointe au Baril.

            iv)        Treetops Community Forest. Request to advance payment schedule for donation.

                        Page: 89

            v)         Habitat for Humanity – Pointe au Baril Build – Discussion

            vi)        Application to Indemnify – Ray Hachigian

16-      WHEREAS an application has been made by Ray Hachigian to Council for payment for his legal costs;

AND WHEREAS Bylaw No. 2016-18 was approved by Council on May 20, 2016 to provide indemnification for Members of Council, Local Boards, committees, employees or former employees with respect to certain actions or proceedings arising from their duties;

AND WHEREAS Council has determined that Mr. Hachigian’s legal expenses comply with the Indemnification By-law;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council for the Township of The Archipelago hereby agrees to indemnify Ray Hachigian and direct staff to pay all legal costs, as submitted.

            vii)       Emergency Management – Appoint an Emergency Information Officer

16-      WHEREAS pursuant to the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act R.S.O. 1990, Chapter E.9, as amended, 2009, Ontario Regulation 380/04 establishes the minimum standards for emergency management programs required by municipalities and provincial ministries and supports the requirement in the Act for mandatory emergency management programs;

AND WHEREAS pursuant to O. Reg. 380/04, s.14 (1) the Township of The Archipelago is required to designate an employee of the Municipality as its Emergency Information Officer;

AND WHEREAS pursuant to O. Reg. 380/04, s. 14 (2) the Emergency Information Officer shall act as the primary media and public contact for the Municipality in an emergency;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Clerk be appointed as an Emergency Information Officer for the Township of The Archipelago.

            viii)      Emergency Management – Appoint Emergency Management Program Committee

16-      WHEREAS pursuant to the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act R.S.O. 1990, Chapter E.9, as amended, 2009, Ontario Regulation 380/04 establishes the minimum standards for emergency management programs required by municipalities and provincial ministries and supports the requirement in the Act for mandatory emergency management programs;

AND WHEREAS pursuant to O. Reg. 380/04, Part II, Municipal Standards, mandates that every municipality shall have an Emergency Management Program Committee and that this Committee shall be composed of the Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC); such members of Council as may be appointed; municipal employees responsible for emergency management functions and any representatives of outside emergency management organizations deemed appropriate.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT that Council hereby appoints to the Township of The Archipelago’s Emergency Management Program Committee the following: - CAO or designate - Clerk or designate - Finance (Treasurer or designate) - Public Works (Manager of Public Works or designate) – Manager of Corporate Services, and - Any other persons or agency representatives that may be appointed by Council from time to time.

AND FURTHER THAT Council appoint the Township’s CEMC Chair of the committee;

AND FURTHER THAT the Committee is responsible for overseeing the development of the Township’s Emergency Management Program ensuring that appropriate public education activities, training for emergency management officials and staff, and emergency management exercises are undertaken on an annual basis;

AND FURTHER THAT the CEMC shall provide Council with an annual report on the status of the Township of The Archipelago’s Emergency Management Program for their review, consideration and approval.

15.       BY-LAWS

            i)          Committee Of Adjustment Appointment – Bert Liverance

                        Page: 90

16-      Being a By-law to appoint a member of Council to the Committee of Adjustment for the duration of the year.

            ii)         Shore Road Allowance By-law                                                     D. Ashley
                        Irwin, Ted and Sandra                                                                  B. Liverance
                        500 Georgian Bay Water                                                             R. Zanussi

                        Pages: 91

                        Pages: 100-103

16-      Being a By-law to close and stop up those parts of the original shore road allowance laid out along the shores of Woods Bay of the Georgian Bay in front of Lot 43, Concession 6, in the geographic Township of Conger, designated as Parts 1 to 5 of Plan 42R-20599.

            iii)        Shore Road Allowance By-law                                                     I. Mead
                        McCurdy, Jane
                        Part Lots 15 & 16, Concession 10, Conger

                        Pages: 92

                        Pages: 104-107

16-      Being a By-law to close and stop up those parts of the original shore road allowance laid out along the shores of Blackstone Lake, in front of Lot 15, Concession 11 and in front of the road allowance between Concession 10 and 11, in the geographic Township of Conger, designated as Part 1 of Plan 42R-20573.

            iv)        Concession Road Allowance By-law                                          G. Andrews
                        2100166 Ontario Limited (Paul Smith)                                       T. Lundy
                        250 South Shore Road

                        Pages: 93

                        Pages: 108-111

16-      Being a By-law to close and stop up those parts of the original concession road allowance laid out between Lots 30 and 31, Concession 4, in the geographic Township of Harrison, designated as Part 1 of Plan 42R-20627.

            v)         Deeming By-law – Requirement of Shore Road Allowance Purchase
                        1304079 Ontario Limited (Taylor, Kevin)
                        234 Healey Lake Water

                        Pages: 94

16-      Being a By-law to deem Lot 7 of Plan M-292, in the geographic Township of Conger, not to be a part of a registered plan of subdivision.

16.       QUESTION TIME

17.       NOTICES OF MOTION

18.       CONFIRMING BY-LAW

16-      Being a By-law to Confirm the Proceedings of the Regular Meeting of Council held on November 18th, 2016.

19.       ADJOURNMENT