Winnipeg City Council Meeting on December 13, 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 J. Marques, Senior Committee Clerk
  • Mr. D. McNeil, Chief Administrative Officer
  • Mr. M. Jack, Chief Corporate Services Officer

  Reports

Executive Policy Committee 2017-11-29

# Title Disposition
1 Zoning Agreement Amendment – 51 Burnley Place – ZAA 4/2017 ADOPTED
2 Zoning Agreement Amendment – 19 and 23 John Huyda Drive – ZAA 6/2017 ADOPTED
3 Rezoning – 22 Loraine Street – DAZ 212/2017 ADOPTED
4 Agreement between The City of Winnipeg and the Government of Manitoba, Department of Justice to formalize the Gang Response and Suppression Plan (GRASP) ADOPTED

Executive Policy Committee 2017-12-06

# Title Disposition
1 Studies Awarded for the Portage and Main Intersection from January 1, 2015 to October 25, 2017 RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
2 Proposal for Creation of the Winnipeg Green Energy Organization (WPG-GEO) REFERRED TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON INNOVATION
3 Legal Opinions – Informal Meetings of Council and Committees RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
4 Citizen Member Appointments – Committees, Boards and Commissions ADOPTED
5 Transition of the Regulation of Vehicles for Hire from the Province of Manitoba to the City of Winnipeg AMENDED AND ADOPTED (See Motion 2)
6 Winnipeg Police Service Headquarters Construction Project – Status of Audit Recommendations 2017 Quarter 3 RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
7 Audit Plan 2018 Update RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
8 Capital Project Estimates RECEIVED AS INFORMATION
9 New Fire Paramedic Stations Construction Project – Status of Audit Recommendations 2017 Quarter 3 RECEIVED AS INFORMATION

Standing Policy Committee On Protection, Community Services And Parks 2017-12-04

# Title Disposition
1 Community Incentive Grant – University of Manitoba COUNCIL DECISION OF JANUARY 25, 2012 RESCINDED

Standing Policy Committee On Infrastructure Renewal And Public Works 2017-10-31

# Title Disposition
5 Wilkes Avenue Alignment to William R. Clement Parkway Extension AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AND ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Infrastructure Renewal And Public Works 2017-12-01

# Title Disposition
1 2018 Pedestrian and Cycling Program – Action Plan AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AND ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Water And Waste, Riverbank Management And The Environment 2017-11-28

# Title Disposition
1 Results of the Proposed Wastewater Sewer and Watermain – Petition for ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Innovation 2017-11-30

# Title Disposition
1 Animal Services Special Operating Agency - 2018 Business Plan ADOPTED
2 Winnipeg Fleet Management Special Operating Agency – 2018 Business Plan ADOPTED
3 Winnipeg Parking Authority Special Operating Agency – 2018 Business Plan ADOPTED
4 Winnipeg Golf Services Special Operating Agency – 2018 Business Plan ADOPTED

Standing Policy Committee On Property And Development, Heritage And Downtown Development 2017-11-27

# Title Disposition
1 Subdivision and Rezoning – Southeast Ravenhurst/Pandora/CNR Rail Line/Perimeter Highway Boundaries – DASZ 10/2017 [c/r DCU 144031/2017D] ADOPTED
2 Subdivision and Rezoning – 1320 Molson Street – DASZ 15/2017 [c/r DAV 136239/2017D] ADOPTED
3 Zoning Agreement Amendment – 776 Bonner Avenue – ZAA 5/2017 ADOPTED
4 Extension of Time – Proposed Rezoning on land located at 500 Widlake Street – DAZ 208/2014 ADOPTED
5 Extension of Time – Proposed Subdivision and Rezoning – 1274-1288 and 1310 Archibald Street – DASZ 1/2016 ADOPTED
6 Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy FOR REPORT BACK IN 120 DAYS
7 Compliance with Approved Site Plans and Development Agreements CONCURRED IN THE RECOMMENDATION OF SPC ON PDHDD
8 Winnipeg Zoning By-law Amendment – Landscaping Requirements CONCURRED IN THE RECOMMENDATION OF SPC ON PDHDD
9 City-owned Remnant Properties Surplus to the City ADOPTED
10 City-owned Surplus and Approval to Sell Control Strip to Adjacent Property Owner – Strip East of Fultz Boulevard ADOPTED
11 City-Owned Surplus Property – South of Saskatchewan Avenue and West of Moray Street ADOPTED
12 Railside at the Forks Concept Plan – SP 2/2017 ADOPTED
13 Easement Agreement in favour of Hôtellerie St. Norbert Guest House Inc., operating as St. Norbert Arts Centre (SNAC) – Access and Waste Water Private Connection Line ADOPTED
14 Rezoning – 400 Pipeline Road – DAZ 209/2017 [c/r DAV 148753/2017D] ADOPTED
15 Extension of Time – Proposed Rezoning – Court Avenue (Lot 1, Plan 52503) – DAZ 203/2013 ADOPTED
16 Leases – Fort Garry Place (65 Garry Street, 10 Fort Street and 30 Fort Street) – Between the City of Winnipeg and 60961 Manitoba Ltd. ADOPTED

Governance Committee Of Council 2017-11-30

# Title Disposition
1 2018 Council and Committee Schedule of Meetings AMENDED AND ADOPTED (See Motion 1)

  Motions

Notice of Motion

Movers Subject Disposition
Wyatt, Eadie THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Winnipeg City Council now call on the Province of Manitoba to immediately restore their 50/50 partnership funding of Winnipeg Transit’s operating costs. CARRIED
Eadie, Browaty THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Winnipeg Public Service undertake all things necessary under the City of Winnipeg Charter, pertinent by-laws and pertinent policies to obtain and make ready a city owned or private property other than PR zoned properties for the new North District Police Station within 90 days of the passing of this motion. REFERRED TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON PROPERTY AND DEVELOPMENT, HERITAGE AND DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT

Council Motions

# Movers Subject Disposition
1 Allard, Gilroy That the proposed Schedule of Council and Committee Meetings for 2018 be amended as follows: 1. That the September 27, 2018 meeting of Council be rescheduled to September 20, 2018. 2. That the September 19, 2018, meeting of Executive Policy Committee be canceled. CARRIED
2 2 (continued) Mayor Bowman, Mayes That: 1.Section 43 (1) of the Vehicle for Hire By Law be amended to eliminate the 20 year period to transfer taxicab licenses thereby allowing transferable taxicab licenses to be transferred for an indefinite time period; 2.Council approve the issuance of 60 year round taxicab licenses effective March 1, 2018 with another 60 year round taxicab licenses effective December 1, 2018 all to be allocated through a lottery. 3.Council authorize licenced taxis to travel in diamond lanes effective March 1, 2018 on a one year trial period. 4.A driver safety surcharge of $.03 per trip be applied to Personal Transportation Providers with all revenue raised from this surcharge used to support a program to promote safety and security in the vehicle for hire industry; 5.The Public Service report back in 120 days with recommendations on a program to support safety and security in the vehicle for hire industry to be developed in consultation with stakeholders from this industry; 6.Sections 33, and 34 of the Vehicle for Hire By-Law be amended to enable PTP drivers that have undergone a criminal record and vulnerable person sector search to begin driving in the vehicle for hire industry pending the outcome of a Child Abuse Registry Check. 7.The Vehicles for Hire By-law be amended to make it clear that Taxi drivers with valid licenses on February 28, 2018 may continue driving until their licenses expire, at which point they will require Vulnerable Sector Searches as part of their Criminal Record Check in order to renew their licenses. 8.Section 32 be amended to remove the following from the information required to be provided by Personal Transportation Providers dispatchers to passengers: A.the dispatcher’s contact information; B.the minimum number of seats provided in a PTP vehicle; C.the PTP vehicle’s provincial licence plate number; D.a process to keep a record of the acceptance or refusal of the transportation service and information concerning that process. CARRIED
3 Pagtakhan, Morantz That the City enter into an agreement with Manitoba Hydro with respect to the Active Transportation Corridor that includes terms and conditions for the City to act as the one entity dealing with Manitoba Hydro in the ongoing management of community gardens along the subject RO WITHDRAWN
4 Orlikow, Morantz That the CAO be directed to report back in 90 days with a process recommendation for Council consideration that addresses the following: A.That the OurWinnipeg, Complete Communities and the Transportation Master Plan be the tools to ensure infrastructure planning and investment aligns with land use. B.That prior to inclusion in the five (5) year capital budget, all infrastructure development projects shall demonstrate prioritization and alignment with approved OurWinnipeg priorities. C.That all projects in the current five (5) capital budget shall be confirmed through the lens established within the current OurWinnipeg plan. NOTICE OF MOTION
5 Pagtakhan, Morantz That: The Public Service be authorized to negotiate the terms and conditions of a license agreement with Manitoba Hydro with respect to the Active Transportation Corridor that includes terms and conditions for the City to act as the one entity dealing with Manitoba Hydro in the ongoing management of community gardens along the subject ROW. The Public Service report back to Council at the conclusion of such negotiations to seek Council approval to enter into, execute and deliver such license agreement. The Proper Officers of the City do all things necessary to implement the intent of the foregoing. AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON PLANNING, PROPERTY, HERITAGE AND DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
6 Eadie, Lukes That Item No. 5 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017, entitled Transition of the Regulation of Vehicles for Hire from the Province of Manitoba to the City of Winnipeg, along with any amending motions, be referred back to Executive Policy Committee, with the request that it be referred to the Stakeholder Working Group for due consideration as to the effects of the amendments and how any other changes to the by-law can be more effective, and that the report come back to Council on or before February, 2018. LOST

  By Laws

By Laws - First Reading

# Subject Disposition
133/2017 To authorize the borrowing of money in the amount of up to $77,357,000.00 and to rescind certain unused borrowing authority. RECEIVED FIRST READING ONLY

By Laws - 3rd Reading

# Subject Disposition
114/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 221 and 227 Stradbrook Avenue in the City Centre Community – DASZ 14/2017 PASSED
115/2017 To amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 108 Yale Avenue in the City Centre Community – DAZ 207/2017 PASSED
116/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 1916, 1918 and 1920 St. Mary’s Road in the Riel Community – DASZ 38/2013 PASSED
117/2017 To replace the maps contained in By-law No. 105/2017 – DASZ 19/2016 – DASZ 19/2016 PASSED
118/2017 To correct an error in By-law No. 108/2017 which amends the Winnipeg Building By-law No. 4555/87 PASSED
119/2017 To amend the Winnipeg Building By-law No. 4555/87 to establish the Prime Mechanical Contractor’s Licence PASSED
120/2017 to amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 421 Beaverhill Boulevard in the Riel Community – DAZ 203/2017 PASSED
121/2017 To close parts of the Public Lane, Plan Nos. 10367, 10576 and 30284, between Markham Road and Chancellor Drive, West of Pembina Highway, and rededicate of part of the Public Lane, Plan No. 30284, to Chancellor Drive, West of Pembina Highway – DAOC 3/2016 PASSED
122/2017 To close parts of Pelly Avenue, Plan No. 1295, between Derek and Daniel Streets, and to close parts of Daniel Street, Plan No 1295, North of Pelly Avenue, and to close parts of the Public Lane, Plan No. 1295, North of Pelly Avenue, between Daniel and Beaumont Streets – DAC 6/2016 PASSED
123/2017 To close parts of the Streets and the Public Lanes bounded by Asquith and Edderton Avenues, and Hurst Way and Derek Street, and re-name part of Hurst Way to Willson Place – DAC 1/2016 PASSED
124/2017 To close parts of Windermere Avenue, Somerville Avenue, and Public Lane, Plan No. 1021, and to close part of Waller Avenue, Plan No. 1658, East of Irene Street.- DAC 2/2016 PASSED
127/2017 To amend the Tax Certificate Fees By-law PASSED
128/2017 To approve a plan of subdivision for land located at 107 Burning Glass Road and 130 Sage Creek Boulevard in the Riel Community – DAS 20/2017 PASSED
129/2017, as amended To provide for the regulation of vehicles for hire in the city of Winnipeg. AMENDED AND PASSED
130/2017 To authorize the undertaking of certain local improvements. PASSED

  Recorded Votes

Motion - To extend the time allotted for questions of delegations in support of Item 5 of the Report the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017, by 5 minutes

Outcome of Vote: LOST

Yeas / For (4)

Councillor Dobson Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt

Councillor Dobson, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt

Nays / Against (12)

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

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

Motion - To allow 4 additional delegations in opposition to Item 5 of the Report the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017, to speak for a maximum of 5 minutes each with no questions allowed

Outcome of Vote: LOST

Yeas / For (8)

Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Mayes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt Councillor Sharma

Councillor Browaty, Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

Nays / Against (8)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gilroy Councillor Gillingham Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan

Item 1 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (10)

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

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

Nays / Against (6)

Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt

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

Item 3 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (10)

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

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

Nays / Against (6)

Councillor Browaty Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt

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

Motion 6 To refer Item 5 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017

Outcome of Vote: LOST

Yeas / For (6)

Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt Councillor Sharma

Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

Nays / Against (10)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Browaty Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan

Item 5, as amended by Motion 2, of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated December 6, 2017

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (10)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Browaty Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan

Nays / Against (6)

Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt Councillor Sharma

Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

Notice of Motion – Executive Policy Committee - That Winnipeg City Council now call on the Province of Manitoba to immediately restore their 50/50 partnership funding of Winnipeg Transit’s operating costs.

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (15)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard 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 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 (1)

Councillor Browaty

Councillor Browaty

By-law No. 129/2017, as amended, – First reading

Outcome of Vote: PASSED

Yeas / For (10)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Browaty Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan

Nays / Against (6)

Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt Councillor Sharma

Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

By-law No. 129/2017, as amended – Suspension of rules for third reading

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

Yeas / For (12)

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

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

Nays / Against (4)

Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Wyatt

Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Wyatt

By-law No. 129/2017, as amended – Third reading

Outcome of Vote: PASSED

Yeas / For (10)

His Worship Mayor Bowman Councillor Allard Councillor Browaty Councillor Gerbasi Councillor Gillingham Councillor Gilroy Councillor Mayes Councillor Morantz Councillor Orlikow Councillor Pagtakhan

His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan

Nays / Against (6)

Councillor Dobson Councillor Eadie Councillor Lukes Councillor Schreyer Councillor Wyatt Councillor Sharma

Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

Item 12 – Report of the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage and Downtown Development

Outcome of Vote: CARRIED

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 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 Wyatt, Councillor Sharma

Nays / Against (1)

Councillor Schreyer

Councillor Schreyer


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