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His Worship Mayor Bowman
The Speaker, Councillor Sharma
Deputy Speaker Councillor Gerbasi
|1||Council Appointment – Board of Trustees of the Winnipeg Civic Employees’ Benefits Program||ADOPTED|
|2||Rezoning – Southeast Corner of Concordia Avenue and Molson Street - File DAZ 222/2017||ADOPTED|
|1||2018 Business Improvement Zone Levies||ADOPTED|
|2||Cooling Off Period||30 DAY EXTENSION OF TIME GRANTED|
|3||Subdivision and Rezoning – 16 and 24 Speers Road - File DASZ 26/2017||ADOPTED|
|1||2018 Mill Rates for the Education Support Levy and Special Levy||ADOPTED|
|1||Amendment to Sewer By-Law No. 92/2010 to Permit Connection Charges be Collected in the Same Way as Local Improvement Taxes||ADOPTED|
|1||Disraeli Bridges Rehabilitation Project: Proposed Street Openings, Rededications and Closings – Main Street to Point Douglas Avenue – DAOC 2A/2015||ADOPTED|
|2||Rezoning – 163 Oak Street, 153 and 160 Ash Street, 150 and 151 Waterloo Street – DAZ 215/2017||ADOPTED|
|3||Zoning Agreement Amendment – 789 St. Mary’s Road – ZAA 9/2017||ADOPTED|
|4||License Amendment for current Facilities Attachment License Agreement between the City of Winnipeg and Shaw Cablesystems Limited||ADOPTED|
|5||Declaration of Surplus Land and Sale of City-owned Property Adjacent to 44 Higgins Avenue||ADOPTED|
|1||Converted Residential Dwellings (CRD) with Shared Facilities (Rooming Houses) – Annual Report||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|2||Outdoor Patio Music||LAID OVER TO THE APRIL 10, 2018 STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING|
|3||Outdoor Smoking By-law Amendments||ADOPTED|
|4||Request for First Charge against the 2019 Capital Budget and Consolidation of the St. Vital Memorial Park Soccer Pitch Lighting Project||ADOPTED|
|1||Results of the November 15, 2017 Advertisement of the Proposed Asphaltic Concrete Lane Pavement Local Improvement Projects||ADOPTED|
|2||Delegation of Authority to Award Seven Public Works – General Capital Fund Contracts Exceeding $5,000,000 Including Multi-Year Contracts and PTIF Funded Contracts||ADOPTED|
|3||2019 Industrial Street Location Approvals; First Charge against 2019 Capital Budget – Regional and Local Streets Program; Delegation of Authority for the 2018/2019 Local Street Renewal Program – Industrial/Commercial Streets Projects||ADOPTED|
|4||Angled Parking – Rupert and Pacific Avenues||FOR REPORT BACK TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE WITHIN 90 DAYS|
|5||Establishment of a James Avenue Streetscaping and Road Renewal 2018 Capital Program Budget||ADOPTED|
|6||Authorization for Expenditures on the 2019 Capital Budget as a First Charge in Order to Satisfy a City Payment Obligation Related to the Tuxedo Yards Development Project||ADOPTED|
|1||Proposed Ward Name Change – Ward Boundaries Commission St. Norbert Ward to St. Norbert - Seine River Ward||ADOPTED|
|1||His Worship Mayor Bowman, Morantz||THAT the Rebate of Election Contributions By-law No.9/2010 be repealed.||NOTICE OF MOTION|
|2||Eadie, Schreyer||THAT Municipal Accommodations forgive the policy of operating cost recovery from community not for profit groups utilizing city owned buildings.||AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO THE STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON PROPERTY AND DEVELOPMENT, HERITAGE AND DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT|
|LEAVE OF ABSENCE||Browaty, Schreyer||THAT Councillor Wyatt be granted a leave of absence from today’s meeting due to a personal family matter.||CARRIED|
|20/2018||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 1018 and 1034 Elizabeth Road in the Riel Community – DASZ 42/2016||PASSED|
|21/2018||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at Lot 2 Skyline Drive and Lot 3 Castlebrook Drive (Block 1 Plan 58259) in the Riel Community - DASZ 13/2017||PASSED|
|22/2018||To fix and impose taxes to raise the amounts required in the year 2018 by The Public Schools Finance Board of the Province of Manitoba for education purposes||PASSED|
|23/2018||To fix and impose taxes to raise the amounts required in the year 2018 by certain School Divisions for school purposes.||PASSED|
|24/2018||To approve the budgets of sixteen Business Improvement Zones and, for the purposes of raising money for each zone’s approved budget, to impose business improvement zone taxes on each business within each zone at a uniform rate based on the business assessment of each business||PASSED|
|25/2018||To amend the Procedure By-law to require that at the commencement of each meeting of Council and Council Committees that the meeting is taking place on traditional Indigenous and Métis peoples’ lands||PASSED|
|26/2018||To amend the Municipal By-law Enforcement Act (MBEA) Enabling By-law to reduce the early payment discount||PASSED|
|30/2018||To amend the Outdoor Smoking By-law||PASSED|
|31/2018||To authorize the undertaking of certain local improvements||PASSED|
|32/2018||To amend the Sewer By-law No. 92/2010 to allow for the amortization of wastewater sewer connection charges||PASSED|
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