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His Worship Mayor Bowman
The Speaker, Councillor Sharma
Deputy Speaker Councillor Gerbasi
|1||Subdivision and Rezoning – 393 Grassie Boulevard – DASZ 26/2015||ADOPTED|
|2||Subdivision and Rezoning – 1514 Molson Street – DASZ 23/2015||ADOPTED|
|3||Rezoning – 456 Nairn Avenue – DAZ 213/2015||ADOPTED|
|4||The Francophone and Francophile Cities Network||ADOPTED|
|5||Expropriation Settlement - 6102 N.W.T. Limited at 2427 Waverley Street for the Waverley Street Twinning Project||ADOPTED|
|1||Syrian Humanitarian Crisis – Refugee Resettlement Assistance||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|2||Transfer from Board of Adjustment to Community Committees - Conditional Use and Variance Public Hearings||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|3||Hiring Committee – Director of Public Works||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|4||Adjustment of the Major Capital Projects Reporting Threshold for Inflation to Implement Recommendation 4 of the Waverley West Arterial Roads Project Audit||ADOPTED|
|6||Opening – North Side of Wilkes Avenue, East and West of Charleswood Road – DAO 5/2015||ADOPTED|
|7||Winnipeg Soccer Federation Inc. - Indoor Soccer Multiplex at Garden City Community Centre and Outdoor Soccer Pitch at Shaughnessy Park – Amendment to Loan Guarantee||ADOPTED|
|8||Open Government Initiatives||ADOPTED|
|9||Amendments to The City Organization By-law No. 7100/97||AMENDED AND ADOPTED (See Motions 1 and 2)|
|10||Real Estate Management Review – Status Report 2015 Quarter 2||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|11||New Fire Paramedic Stations Construction Project – Status Report 2015 Quarter 2||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|12||Winnipeg Police Service Headquarters Construction Project – Status Report 2015 Quarter 2||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|13||Community By-law Enforcement Services Audit||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|1||Millennium Library Indigenous Areas Naming||ADOPTED|
|1||Enactment of New Water By-Law to Replace Water Works By-Law No. 504/73||ADOPTED|
|2||Amendment to the City of Winnipeg Streets and Traffic By-laws – Waverley Street and Tim Sale Drive||ADOPTED|
|3||Amendments to Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies - Burrows Avenue, Pritchard Avenue and Charles Street||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|4||Amendments to Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies - Jefferson Avenue, Seven Oaks Avenue and Hartford Avenue||REFERRED TO THE WINNIPEG PUBLIC SERVICE|
|5||Amendments to Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies - Sutherland Avenue and Euclid Avenue||REFERRED TO THE WINNIPEG PUBLIC SERVICE|
|6||Amendments to Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies - Salter Street and Weinberg Road||REFERRED TO THE WINNIPEG PUBLIC SERVICE|
|7||Southwest Rapid Transitway (Stage 2) and Pembina Highway Underpass – Project Authority||ADOPTED|
|1||Street Opening, Closing and Rededication – St. Matthews Avenue east of Kensington Street – DAOC 1/2015||ADOPTED|
|2||Subdivision and Rezoning – 85-109 Maryland Street – DASZ 21/2015||ADOPTED|
|3||Closing – 761 North Drive – DAC 2/2015||ADOPTED|
|4||Subdivision and Rezoning – 761 North Drive – DASZ 13/2015||ADOPTED|
|5||Closing – Part of the Public Lane at the Rear of 176 Roslyn Road – DAC 3/2015||ADOPTED|
|6||Subdivision – 166, 176, 178, 180 and 184 Roslyn Road – DAS 16/2015||ADOPTED|
|1||Auditors Recommendations – Amendment to Councillors’ Ward Allowance (CWA) Fund Policy||ADOPTED|
|2||Council Policy – Council Summer Prorogue||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|1||His Worship Mayor Bowman, Lukes||THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that proposed By-law 106/2015, A By-law of The City of Winnipeg to amend the City Organization By-law, the Development Procedures By-law and other by-laws to reflect changes to the organizational structure of Standing Policy Committees of Council, come into force on November 4, 2015.||CARRIED|
|2||Gerbasi, Eadie||THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Recommendation 1.C. of Item 9 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated October 21, 2015 be amended to include the following at the end of the current wording: “and that membership of the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage and Downtown Development be required to include at least one Councillor from one of the three Downtown wards, namely the Point Douglas, Daniel McIntyre and Fort Rouge – East Fort Garry Wards.”||CARRIED|
|3||Schreyer, Dobson||THAT Recommendation 1 of Item 4 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated October 21, 2015 be amended to change $20 million to $13.5 million;||WITHDRAWN|
|4||Schreyer, Dobson||THAT Recommendation 1 of Item 4 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated October 21, 2015 be amended to change $20 million to $13.5 million; AND THAT Recommendations 1 and 2 of Item 4 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated October 21, 2015 be amended to change the words “construction inflation” to “changes in the consumer price index||LOST|
|99/2015||To amend the Schedule “E” of the Streets By-law and Schedule 1 of the Traffic By-law||PASSED|
|101/2015||To open Chief Peguis Trail. DAO 2/2013||PASSED|
|102/2015||To close part of Fermor Avenue, (Plan 8296) and part Plessis Road, (Plan 433) and Open Fermor Avenue and to close part of Dawson Road, (Plan 5282) between Royal Mint Drive and Plessis Road. DAC 19/2013, DAOC 1/2013||PASSED|
|103/2015||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 2090 Henderson Highway. DASZ 14/2015||PASSED|
|104/2015||To amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 290 River Avenue in the City Centre Community. DAZ 208/2015||PASSED|
|105/2015||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 20 Allan Blye Drive and Parcel A and Lot 3 bounded by Amber Trail in the Lord Selkirk-West Kildonan Community - DASZ 6/2015||PASSED|
|106/2015, As Amended||To amend the City Organization By-law, the Development Procedures By-law and other by-laws to reflect changes to the organizational structure of Standing Policy Committees of Council||PASSED|
|107/2015||To regulate the operation of the City of Winnipeg’s waterworks system||PASSED|
|108/2015||To change the names of certain highways in The City of Winnipeg (changing to Transcona Boulevard)||PASSED|
|109/2015||To amend By-law No. 32/2015||PASSED|
|110/2015||To close part of Kenaston Boulevard, Plan 9280 and part Government Road Allowance. File: DAC 11/2013||PASSED|
Councillor Dobson, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt
His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Eadie, 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 Browaty, Councillor Gerbasi, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Morantz, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Pagtakhan, Councillor Sharma
Councillor Dobson, Councillor Eadie, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Wyatt
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