Winnipeg City Council Meeting on July 19, 2017

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Attendance

  Council Attendance

His Worship Mayor Bowman

His Worship Mayor Bowman

The Speaker, Councillor Sharma

The Speaker, Councillor Sharma

Deputy Speaker Councillor Gerbasi

Deputy Speaker Councillor Gerbasi

Councillor Allard

Councillor Allard

Councillor Browaty

Councillor Browaty

Councillor Dobson

Councillor Dobson

Councillor Eadie

Councillor Eadie

Councillor Gillingham

Councillor Gillingham

Councillor Gilroy

Councillor Gilroy

Councillor Lukes

Councillor Lukes

Councillor Mayes

Councillor Mayes

Councillor Morantz

Councillor Morantz

Councillor Orlikow

Councillor Orlikow

Councillor Pagtakhan

Councillor Pagtakhan

Councillor Schreyer

Councillor Schreyer

Councillor Wyatt

Councillor Wyatt

  Public Servant Attendance

  • Mr. R. Kachur, City Clerk
  • Mr. M. Lemoine, Deputy City Clerk
  • Ms K. McMillan, Senior Committee Clerk
  • Mr. D. McNeil, Chief Administrative Officer
  • Mr. M. Jack, Chief Corporate Services Officer

  Reports

Executive Policy Committee 2017-06-14

# Title Disposition
4 By-law enforcement under The Provincial Offences Act and the Municipal By-Law Enforcement Act ADOPTED

Executive Policy Committee 2017-07-05

# Title Disposition
1 Subdivision and Rezoning – 966 John Bruce Road East - DASZ 3/2017 ADOPTED
2 Subdivision and Rezoning – 982 John Bruce Road East - DASZ 9/2017 ADOPTED
3 Board of Revision – Practices and Procedures Manual ADOPTED
4 2016 Council Report – Workplace Safety RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
5 Audit of Procurement for the Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies Report and Review of the Employee Code of Conduct RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
6 Frontage Levy – Impact on Religious and Not-For-Profit Cemeteries 30 DAY EXTENSION OF TIME GRANTED
7 Negotiations between the City of Winnipeg and the Canadian Union of Public Employees ADOPTED

Executive Policy Committee 2017-07-12

# Title Disposition
1 Federal Funding Request for Accelerated Regional Street Renewals ADOPTED
2 Consultant and Single Source Assignments – January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016 RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
3 Increase in Loan Guarantee on Assiniboine Park Conservancy Line of Credit and Approval of an Amendment to the Assiniboine Park Conservancy Development Plan ADOPTED
4 Agreements to renew existing Winnipeg Police Service School Resource Officer Programs in the Winnipeg School Division, Pembina Trails School Division, St. James-Assiniboia School Division, Seven Oaks School Division and Louis Riel School Division ADOPTED
5 Agreement between Canadian Medic Alert Foundation Inc. and Winnipeg Police Service ADOPTED
6 Allocation and Care of Winnipeg Police Service Canines (Dogs) ADOPTED
7 Rezoning – 24 Loraine Street – DAZ 202/2017 ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Innovation 2017-06-23

# Title Disposition
1 Winnipeg Golf Services SOA – 2017 Business Plan (Selection Report) ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Property And Development, Heritage And Downtown Development 2017-07-04

# Title Disposition
1 Subdivision and Rezoning – Northwest Corner of Eric Street and Beliveau Road – DASZ 5/2017 ADOPTED
2 Rezoning – Boulevard Provencher Planned Development Overlay 1 (PDO-1 Boulevard Provencher) Review – DAZ 201/2017 ADOPTED
3 Secondary Plan – North St. Boniface Secondary Plan Review – SP 1/2017. ADOPTED
4 Extension of Time – Proposed Subdivision and Rezoning – 590 St. Anne’s Road ADOPTED
5 Amendment to By-law No. 1810 of the former City of St. Boniface to exclude 110 St. Mary’s Road ADOPTED
6 Completed Real Property Sale & Lease Transactions – 2016 RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
7 Amendment to Lease Agreement that Allows the Use of City-Owned Lands at 1360 Taylor Avenue ADOPTED
8 North District Police Station REFERRED TO THE WINNIPEG PUBLIC SERVICE FOR REPORT BACK WITHIN 180 DAYS.
9 List of Historical Resources – Nomination of McLaughlin Carriage Company Building, 208 Princess Street ADOPTED
10 List of Historical Resources – Nomination of Thomas Scott Memorial Orange Hall, 216 Princess Street ADOPTED
11 Membership of the Winnipeg Building Commission ADOPTED
12 Expropriation of Lands – Southwest Rapid Transit (Stage 2) and Pembina Highway Underpass Project ADOPTED
13 Expropriation of Lands – Cockburn-Calrossie Combined Sewer Area – Drainage Upgrade Project ADOPTED
14 Encroachment Agreement to allow the Use of Hargrave Street Right-of-Way for the Purpose of Constructing an Overhead Pedestrian Walkway and Support Structure Connecting 225 Carlton Avenue and 333 St. Mary Avenue ADOPTED
15 Budget Preparation Related to Readying the Former Public Safety Building & Civic Centre Car Park Lands ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Protection, Community Services And Parks 2017-07-07

# Title Disposition
1 Facility Renaming – Sergeant Tommy Prince Place ADOPTED
2 Capital Budget Amendments to St. Vital and Windsor Park Library projects AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AND ADOPTED
3 Field Preceptorship Fee Schedule and Agreements to Provide Field Preceptorship within the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Infrastructure Renewal And Public Works 2017-06-27

# Title Disposition
1 Review of Winnipeg Parking By-law No. 86/2016 RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
2 Request for First Charge against the 2018 Capital Budget for Waterway Crossings and Grade Separations Projects, and Local and Regional Street Renewal Projects ADOPTED
3 Cancellation of Sidewalk Construction on Cornell Drive (East Side Linacre Road to North of Fordham Bay) and Request for Approval to Reallocate Funds to Houde Drive north from Ducharme Avenue to the Corner of the Block ADOPTED
4 Results of the March 21, 2017 advertisement of the proposed Asphaltic Concrete Lane Pavement local improvement projects ADOPTED
5 The Sounding of Engine Whistles at Waverley Street Crossing Mile 3.94 of the Rivers Subdivision of the Canadian National Railway ADOPTED
6 Transit Route Planning REFERRED TO THE WINNIPEG PUBLIC SERVICE FOR REPORT BACK WITHIN 18 MONTHS

Standing Policy Committee On Infrastructure Renewal And Public Works 2017-07-11

# Title Disposition
1 Transit Service for Canada Summer Games ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Water And Waste, Riverbank Management And The Environment 2017-06-29

# Title Disposition
1 2016 Comprehensive Integrated Waste Management Strategy (CIWMS) Annual Report RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
2 Award of Contract for Collection of Large Items (Bulky Waste) and Abandoned Large Items (Bulky Waste) ADOPTED
3 Approval of Contract Extension No. 1 for Front Load Collection of Recycling from Multi-Family Dwellings and Other Establishments ADOPTED
4 Single Source Authorization For Extension Of Contract For Mechanical Collection Of Solid Waste From Apartments And Small Commercial Establishments In The East Area Of The City Of Winnipeg ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Water And Waste, Riverbank Management And The Environment 2017-07-10

# Title Disposition
1 Local Improvements – Grassie Boulevard ADOPTED

Governance Committee Of Council 2017-07-06

# Title Disposition
1 Integrity Commissioner Reports – Amendment to By-law No. 7100/97 AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AND ADOPTED

  Motions

Council Motions

# Movers Subject Disposition
1 Dobson, Schreyer THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Winnipeg Procedure By-law No. 50/2007 be amended by adding the following new Section 9(21): “9(21) Every item on a special meeting agenda requires an affirmative vote of 2/3rds of the members present in order to be considered.” WITHDRAWN
2 Bowman, Gillingham THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Public Service consult with the provincial government on how revenues collected from carbon pricing could be shared with the City of Winnipeg to fund initiatives and projects that assist to achieve climate change targets. AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE
3 Bowman, Gillingham THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Public Service, in consultation with the Winnipeg Police Service as appropriate, review and report back on the financial implications of Bill C-45, the proposed Cannabis Act, for the City of Winnipeg. AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE
4 Morantz, Sharma THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Public Service report back to Council within 60 days, with a report on the progress with respect to the design and an estimated budgets for each of the following projects (listed in no particular order): Marion Street Widening/Grade Separation and improvements from Archibald Street to Lagimodiere Boulevard Chief Peguis Trail extension from Main Street to Route 90 Louise Bridge Replacement William R. Clement Parkway Extension from Grant Avenue to Wilkes Avenue Widening of Kenaston Boulevard (Route 90) from Ness Avenue to Taylor Avenue Arlington Bridge Replacement AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL AND PUBLIC WORKS
5 Pagtakhan, Gillingham THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Chief Financial Officer be directed to ensure that up to $137,500.00 is added to the community centre grants to cover truck and/or trailer costs, whichever is less, to those community centres; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chief Financial Officer uses as a funding source any 2017 operating surpluses to achieve the foregoing BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Winnipeg Public Service investigate what cost effective solutions exist to address this issue, including seeking amendments to the Highway Traffic Act, and to report back to Council in 180 days WITHDRAWN
6 Wyatt, Pagtakhan THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Winnipeg establish a new capital line item called "New Regional Outdoor Aquatic Parks Capital Fund", with the purpose of: A.planning and developing approximately half a dozen said facilities to replace older and dated outdoor facilities, B.locating each new Regional Outdoor Aquatic Park strategically around the City of Winnipeg, in support of Council policy. C.accessing the existing intellectual and professional rights of the design of the T.A.P. so as to build by the said model and design and scale in 5-6 different locations. D.set aside funds in the Capital Budget annually over a ten year period to allow for this said construction plan. AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON PROTECTION, COMMUNITY SERVICES AND PARKS
7 Dobson, Schreyer THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Street Maintenance Budget be itemized for Council, to reflect how much annually is being expended on pothole, curb and sidewalk repairs, so as to ensure that Council can debate and ensure an appropriate budget is being established each year. AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL AND PUBLIC WORKS
8 Pagtakhan, Gillingham THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: Council approve a grant of up to $137,500.00 to the General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres (“GCWCC”), to be further distributed to impacted community centres, to cover truck and/or trailer costs (whichever is less); The Chief Financial Officer identify 2017 operating surpluses as a funding source to achieve the foregoing. The City enter into, execute and deliver a grant agreement with the GCWCC that sets out the terms and conditions of the City’s grant, and the Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to negotiate and approve the terms and conditions of the grant agreement in accordance with this motion and such other terms and conditions deemed necessary by the City Solicitor / Director of Legal Services to protect the interests of the City. 4. The Public Service investigate cost effective solutions to address this issue, including seeking amendments to The Highway Traffic Act, and to report back to Council with respect to such proposed solutions within 180 days. 5.The proper officers of the City do all things necessary to implement the intent of the foregoing. CARRIED
9 Wyatt, Browaty THAT Item No. 3 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated July 12, 2017 be amended by adding an additional Recommendation No. 4 as follows: That Recommendations 1, 2 and 3 shall be subject to Winnipeg City Council approval of the entire Business Plan for The Assiniboine Park Conservancy's "Canada's Diversity Garden". AND THAT the existing Recommendation No. 4 be renumbered to Recommendation No. 5. LOST
10 Eadie, Wyatt THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Winnipeg Public Service do all things necessary to submit an expression of interest to Transport Canada to remove the bottle neck at the intersection of Lagimodiere Blvd. and Fermor Ave. and renew and redevelop Fermor Avenue from Lagimodiere Blvd. to Plessis Road, including upgrades for the Fermor / Lagimodiere intersection. AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL AND PUBLIC WORKS
Condolence Allard, Mayes That Council place on record its profound sorrow at the death of former Councillor Robert Bockstael, which occurred on June 28, 2017. CARRIED BY SILENT STANDING VOTE

  By Laws

By Laws - 3rd Reading

# Subject Disposition
30/2017 To approve a Secondary Plan for the North St.Boniface neighbourhood – SP 1/2017 PASSED
50/2017 To prohibit the sounding of engine whistles at certain Canadian National Railway crossings within the City of Winnipeg PASSED
52/2017 To amend the Municipal By-law Enforcement Act (MBEA) Enabling By-law PASSED
53/2017 To amend the Alarm By-law PASSED
54/2017 T amend the Doing Business in Winnipeg By-law PASSED
55/2017 To amend the Neighbourhood Liveability By-law PASSED
56/2017 To amend the Parks By-law PASSED
57/2017 To amend the Responsible Pet Ownership By-law PASSED
58/2017 To amend the Streets By-law PASSED
59/2017 To amend the Vacant Buildings By-law PASSED
60/2017 To amend the Water By-law PASSED
61/2017 To amend the Winnipeg Building By-law PASSED
62/2017 To amend the Winnipeg Zoning By-law PASSED
63/2017 To amend the Public Transit By-law PASSED
64/2017 To amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 489 and 491 Corydon Avenue in the City Centre Community – DAZ 221/2016 PASSED
65/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 588 Des Meurons Street in the Riel Community - DASZ 35/2015 PASSED
66/2017 To authorize the undertaking of certain local improvements PASSED
67/2017 To amend Schedule – School Zones with Reduced Speed Limits to the Reduced-Speed School Zones By-law No. 76/2014 PASSED
68/2017 To amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 839 Panet Road in the East Kildonan-Transcona Community – DAZ 231/2014 PASSED
69/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 479 and 481 Maryland Street in the City Centre Community – DASZ 40/2016 PASSED
70/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 5715 Roblin Boulevard in the Assiniboia Community Committee – DASZ 28/2016 PASSED
71/2017 To amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 956 Notre Dame Avenue in the City Centre Community – DAZ 240/2012 PASSED
72/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at Gunn Road, Hewitson Road and Redonda Street in the East Kildonan-Transcona Community – DASZ 18/2014 PASSED
73/2017 To amend the Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 – DAZ 201/2017 PASSED
74/2017 To amend the Encroachment By-law to provide that said By-law is not applicable to skywalks PASSED
75/2017 To amend By-law No. 1810 of the former City of St. Boniface (110 St. Mary’s Road) PASSED
76/2017 To amend By-law No. 1810 of the former City of St. Boniface (96 St. Mary’s Road) – DAZ 205/2016 PASSED
77/2017 To amend the City Organization By-law to require that reports from the Integrity Commissioner are made to Council through the Governance Committee of Council and Executive Policy Committee PASSED
78/2017 To authorize the undertaking of certain local improvements PASSED
79/2017 To acquire land for the purpose of construction of the Southwest Rapid Transit (Stage 2) and Pembina Highway Underpass Project in the City of Winnipeg, in Manitoba PASSED
80/2017 To acquire land for the purpose of construction of the Cockburn-Calrossie Combined Sewer Area-Drainage Upgrade Project in the City of Winnipeg, in Manitoba PASSED

  Recorded Votes

Item 1of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated July 12, 2017

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (16)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Lukes Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt Councillor Sharma

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

Nays / Against (0)

Motion 9

Outcome of Vote: LOST

Yeas / For (5)

Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt

Councillor Browaty, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt

Nays / Against (12)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Dobson Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Lukes Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan Councillor Sharma

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan, Councillor Sharma

Item 3of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated July 12, 2017

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (12)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Dobson Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Lukes Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan Councillor Sharma

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan, Councillor Sharma

Nays / Against (5)

Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt

Councillor Browaty, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt

Third Reading of By-law No. 77/2017

Outcome of Vote: PASSED

Yeas / For (15)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Lukes Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan Councillor Schreyer Councillor Sharma

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Sharma

Nays / Against (1)

Councillor Wyatt

Councillor Wyatt

  Conflict of Interest Declarations

Councillor Eadie - Item 1 of the Report of the Standing Policy Committee on Water and Waste, Riverbank Management and the Environment dated July 10, 2017 and By-law No. 78/2017


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