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His Worship Mayor Bowman
The Speaker, Councillor Sharma
Deputy Speaker Councillor Gerbasi
|1||Single Source Negotiation and Award of Contract – Multi-Function Printer Fleet Service Solution with Xerox Canada Ltd.||ADOPTED|
|2||Opening – West Side of Plessis Road, North of Gunn Road||ADOPTED|
|3||Open Government Policy - Action Plan||60 DAY EXTENSION OF TIME GRANTED|
|1||Subdivision and Rezoning – Prairie Crocus Drive and Golden Boy Lane – DASZ 8/2016||ADOPTED|
|2||Municipal By-law Enforcement Act Enabling By-Law||ADOPTED|
|3||Single Source Negotiation for a Contract Extension - Residential Garbage Collection Services in the Northwest Area of Winnipeg Materials Management Reference No. 287-2016||ADOPTED|
|4||Sponsorship Agreement with Casera Credit Union Limited – Naming Right of the Main Floor Canteen in the Transcona East End Community Club Inc.||ADOPTED|
|5||Consultant and Single Source Assignments – January 1 to December 31, 2015||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|6||Appointment of City Representative – Board of Trustees of the Winnipeg Civic Employees’ Benefits Program||ADOPTED|
|7||Appointment of City Representative – Winnipeg Police Pension Board||ADOPTED|
|8||Appointment of City Representative – Civic and Police Employees’ Group Life Insurance Plans Corporation (The “Municipal Corporation”)||ADOPTED|
|9||Citizen Member Appointments – Committees, Board and Commissions||ADOPTED|
|1||Subdivision and Rezoning – 1391 and 1395 Notre Dame Avenue – DASZ 4/2016||ADOPTED|
|2||Subdivision and Rezoning – Northwest and Northeast Corner of Philip Lee Drive and Ravelston Avenue West – DASZ 7/2016||ADOPTED|
|3||Opening – Proposed Opening of University Crescent, Markham Road and Public Road Nos. 1 and 2 – Bus Rapid Transit Phase 2 – DAO 4/2015 and DAO 1/2016||ADOPTED|
|4||Closing – Proposed Closing of Station Road, West of Pembina Highway – DAC 4/2016||REJECTED|
|5||Extension of Time – 535 Ham Street – DASZ 21/2009||ADOPTED|
|6||Encroachment Agreement – Owen Street Right-of-Way Adjacent to Club Regent Casino||ADOPTED|
|7||Cannabis Regulatory Provisions||FILED|
|8||Historical Buildings and Resources – Prevention of Deterioration||ADOPTED|
|9||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of Phoenix Block, 388 Donald Street||ADOPTED|
|1||Community Incentive Grant – Pan-Am Boxing Club Inc. North End Facility Renovation||ADOPTED|
|1||2016 Pedestrian and Cycling Action Plan||AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AND ADOPTED|
|2||Waste Collection||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|1||Delegated Authority to Waive Tipping Fees for Community Clean-up Events||ADOPTED|
|1||Sale of Winnipeg Fleet Management Agency Sixteen Passenger Van and Grant Funding to North End Community Renewal Corporation||ADOPTED|
|1||Wyatt, Eadie||THAT the City of Winnipeg direct the public service to immediately develop a solution to ensure grass is cut based on the growing cycle of lawns in our parks and on our boulevards by ensuring the frequency of mowing is increased when the grass actually grows rapidly, namely in the months of May, June, and early July, and to report to Council within 60 days of the steps taken to ensure this is done.||AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON PROTECTION, COMMUNITY SERVICES AND PARKS|
|2||Wyatt, Schreyer||THAT Recommendation No. 1 of Item 9 of the Report of Executive Policy Committee dated May 11, 2016 be amended by adding the following name to serve as a member of the Board of Revision: Don Mitchelson||REFERRED TO THE EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE|
|Leave of Absence||Schreyer, Wyatt||THAT Councillor Browaty be granted a leave of absence from today’s meeting due to his absence from the City on City Business.||Carried|
|20/2016||To authorize the borrowing of money in the amount of up to $112,000,000.00||PASSED|
|58/2016||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 113 St. Anne’s Road in the Riel Community. DASZ 36/2015||PASSED|
|59/2016||To allow enforcement of City by-laws under The Municipal By-law Enforcement Act||PASSED|
|63/2016||To approve a plan of subdivision for land located at 166, 176, 178, 180 and 184 Roslyn Road in the City Centre Community.||PASSED|
|64/2016||To amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 971 Main Street in the Lord Selkirk-West Kildonan Community. DAZ 223/2015||PASSED|
|65/2016||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located on the West side of Litchfield Boulevard, south of Dearsley Place (formerly 845 Shaftsbury Boulevard) in the Assiniboia Community. DASZ 25/2015||PASSED|
|66/2016||To impose planning, development and building fees||PASSED|
|67/2016||To open Leila Avenue, west of Strasbourg Drive – DAO 1/2013||PASSED|
|68/2016||To close part of the public lane, Plan No. 11857 at the rear of 176 Roslyn Road. DAC 3/2015||PASSED|
|69/2016||To close part of Mission Street between Panet Road and Lagimodiere Boulevard and open the east side of Panet Road at Mission Street. DAOC 3/2014||PASSED|
|70/2016||To open the west side of Peguis Street, south of CPR Plan 1042. DAO 9/2015||NOT PROCEEDED WITH|
|71/2016||To close part of Springfield Road between Dunits Drive and Chief Peguis Trail||PASSED|
|72/2016||To amend the Neighbourhood Liveability and the Vacant Buildings By-laws.||PASSED|
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 Sharma
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