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His Worship Mayor Bowman
The Speaker, Councillor Sharma
Deputy Speaker Councillor Lukes
|1||Subdivision and Rezoning – 1065 & 1069 Notre Dame Avenue and 1090 Winnipeg Avenue – DASZ 22/2018||ADOPTED|
|1||Citizen Member Appointments – Winnipeg Police Board||AMENDED AND ADOPTED (See Motion 2)|
|2||Rezoning – 204 and 210 Masson Street – DAZ 215/2018||ADOPTED|
|3||Subdivision and Rezoning – 552 and 558 St. Anne’s Road – DASZ 24/2018||ADOPTED|
|4||Subdivision and Rezoning – 850 Empress Street – DASZ 25/2018||ADOPTED|
|5||Appointment of City Representatives to the Winnipeg Police Pension Board, Civic and Police Employees’ Group Life Insurance Plans Corporation (The “Municipal Corporation”); and the Sinking Fund||ADOPTED|
|6||Capital Project Estimates - North End Sewage Treatment Plant||ADOPTED|
|1||Vehicles for Hire – Annual Report||AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE AND ADOPTED|
|2||Vehicles for Hire Safety and Security Program||ADOPTED|
|3||Temporary Traffic Control Plan Manual||ADOPTED|
|1||Proposed Agreement for Services – Water Main Works – North of 861 Panet Road||ADOPTED|
|2||North End Sewage Treatment Plant Biological Nutrient Removal Upgrade Project||AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE AND ADOPTED|
|3||Award of Contract for Front Load Collection of Recycling from Multi-Family Dwellings and other Establishments||ADOPTED|
|4||2019 Water and Sewer Rates||EXECUTIVE POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION ADOPTED|
|1||Proposed Sale of City-owned land, commonly known as Murray Industrial Park Spur Line||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION (See Motion 1)|
|25||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of Manitoba Club, 194 Broadway||ADOPTED|
|1||Closing – Paulin Street between Pacific and Ross Avenues – DAC 5/2018||ADOPTED|
|2||Expropriation of Lands and Opening of Public Right-of-Way – 1353 Dawson Road South||ADOPTED|
|3||Encroachment Agreement to Allow for an Underground Private Sewer Service Pipe within the Street Right of Way – 703 St. Anne’s Road||ADOPTED|
|4||CentreVenture Development Corporation: Drive for 2020||90 DAY EXTENSION OF TIME GRANTED|
|5||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of Manitoba Telephone System Building, 166 Portage Avenue East||ADOPTED|
|6||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of St. Mary’s Academy, 550 Wellington Crescent||ADOPTED|
|7||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of University of Manitoba, Administration Building, 66 Chancellors Circle||ADOPTED|
|8||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of John A. Russell Building (Architecture) – University of Manitoba, 83 Dafoe Road||ADOPTED|
|9||List of Historical Resources – Nomination of Manitoba Medical College Building (University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine), 750 Bannatyne Avenue||ADOPTED|
|10||New Gail Parvin Hammerquist Fund By-law – City-Wide Program||ADOPTED|
|11||Confirmation of Expropriation – Pembina Highway – Grant Avenue to Osborne Street – Major Rehabilitation and Buffered Bike Lanes Project||ADOPTED|
|1||Winnipeg Police Board – 2019 Strategic Plan Update||RECEIVED AS INFORMATION|
|1||Mayes, Gillingham||That Item No. 1 of the Report of the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage and Downtown Development dated November 19, 2018 be received as information.||CARRIED|
|2||Bowman, Rollins||That Item 1 of the Report of the Executive Policy Committee dated February 19, 2019, be amended by adding the following new Recommendation 2 and renumbering the remaining recommendation accordingly: “2. That Councillor Chambers be appointed as the Vice-Chair of the Winnipeg Police Board.”||CARRIED|
|3||Gillingham, Lukes||That the City enter into, execute and deliver a Memorandum of Understanding with the First Nations of the Southern Chiefs’ Organization and Municipalities of the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region (see MOU attached to Motion). That the Proper Officers of the City do all things necessary to implement the intent of the foregoing.||CARRIED|
|4||Klein, Nason||That the Winnipeg Public Service be directed to engage with representatives of Charleswood 55 Plus Active Living Centre to explore options to maintain the Centre in its current location, or at an alternate city owned facility located in the Charleswood area; That the Winnipeg Public Service be directed to not proceed with the sale and or subdivision of the portion of the City-owned property located at 5014 Roblin Boulevard, declared surplus by Council on February 22, 2018, until such time as a permanent location for the Charleswood 55 Plus Active Living Centre is identified.||AUTOMATIC REFERRAL TO STANDING POLICY COMMITTEE ON PROPERTY AND DEVELOPMENT, HERITAGE AND DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT|
|4/2019||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at Dedrick Bay in the Assiniboia Community – DASZ 18/2018||PASSED|
|5/2019||To approve a plan of subdivision and amend Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 to rezone land located at 1288 and 1340 Templeton Avenue in the Lord Selkirk-West Kildonan Community – DASZ 16/2018||PASSED|
|8/2019||To acquire land for the purpose of the Fermor Avenue Reconstruction Project in the City of Winnipeg, in Manitoba||PASSED|
|9/2019||To update the Gail Parvin Hammerquist Fund By-law||PASSED|
|14/2019||To amend the Vehicles for Hire By-law||PASSED|
|16/2019||To impose local improvement taxes in respect of the cost of installing a 16 feet wide (5 inches thick) asphaltic concrete lane pavement in certain Public Lanes within the City of Winnipeg||PASSED|
|17/2019||To impose local improvement taxes in respect of the cost of installing a 14 feet wide (5 inches thick) asphaltic concrete lane pavement in certain Public Lanes within the City of Winnipeg||PASSED|
|18/2019||To impose local improvement taxes in respect of the cost of installing a 16 feet wide (5 inches thick) and an 18 feet wide (5 inches thick) asphaltic concrete lane pavement in certain Public Lanes within the City of Winnipeg||PASSED|
His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Chambers, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Rollins, Councillor Santos, Councillor Sharma
Councillor Eadie, Councillor Klein, Councillor Nason, Councillor Schreyer
Councillor Eadie, Councillor Klein, Councillor Lukes, Councillor Mayes, Councillor Nason, Councillor Schreyer, Councillor Sharma
His Worship Mayor Bowman, Councillor Allard, Councillor Browaty, Councillor Chambers, Councillor Gillingham, Councillor Gilroy, Councillor Orlikow, Councillor Rollins, Councillor Santos
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