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Previews and highlights of upcoming and recent
City Council, General Committee, and Planning Committee meetings, posted weekly on Mondays.
General Committee, City Council, and Planning Committee meetings air/stream live on
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City's YouTube channel.
These meetings are being held electronically in accordance with Section 238 of the Municipal Act, 1990, which provides for electronic participation where an emergency has been declared to exist in all or part of the municipality under Section 4 or 7.01 of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act.
PRESENTATIONS BY STAFF/OFFICERS/AGENTS OF THE CORPORATION: PRESENTATION CONCERNING A CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL INFORMATION MATTER - EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM (EMT) PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT.
This meeting will not be livestreamed but open portions will be uploaded to the
City's YouTube channel on Tuesday, May 18. All motions will be considered for final approval at the May 31 meeting of Barrie City Council.
Most motions will be considered for final approval at the
May 31 meeting of Barrie City Council. The 2021 Tax Rates, 2021 Downtown Barrie Business Association Levy and the 2021 Property Tax Clawback Rates will be considered at the
May 25 meeting of Barrie City Council.
PRESENTATIONS BY STAFF/OFFICERS/AGENTS OF THE CORPORATIONPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE CITY OF BARRIE’S WATER AND WASTEWATER FINANCIAL PLAN
That consent be granted in accordance with Section 33 and 34 of the Ontario Heritage Act for the proposed alteration to a building designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, being 70 and 72 Dunlop Street East for the purpose of installing a sign described as having a black background with white lettering, being larger in size and backlit at the Heritage Barrie Committee meeting dated April 14, 2021.
That the composition of the Active Transportation and Sustainability Committee be increased by one, to add a representative of Living Green.
That staff in Access Barrie be directed to create a communication campaign to promote Bike Month from May 31 to June 30, 2021 in the City of Barrie, through the City’s communication channels and social media.
That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute a one-year extension for the Naming Rights Agreements for the Sadlon Arena and the Five Points Theatre due to the impacts of COVID-19 on operations at the facilities and in a form acceptable to the Executive Director of Access Barrie and the Director of Legal Services. (ACC001-21)
That the preferred alternative identified in the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Report for Whiskey Creek Drainage Improvements at Minet’s Point dated April 2021, be endorsed. (CAM002-21) (File: D03-WH2)
That the interim update to the Barrie Public Art Policy attached as Appendix “A” to Staff Report ECD007-21, be approved. (ECD007-21)
That the “Our Shared Plan for a Safer Barrie: The City of Barrie’s First Community Safety and Well-Being Plan, 2021-2024” attached as Appendix “A” to Staff Report FES001-21, be adopted. (FES001-21) (File: S00)
That the City Clerk be authorized to prepare the necessary Tax Capping By-law to establish the 2021 property tax clawback rates as described in Staff Report FIN010-21. (FIN010-21) (File: F22)
WHEREAS June 7th, 2021 marks the 180th anniversary of the death of the City of Barrie’s namesake, Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Barrie, KCB, KCH; and
WHEREAS it is also the 8th anniversary of the signing of the Twinning Certificate between Barrie and Harrogate;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Barrie declares June 7th as “Sir Robert Barrie Day” annually in his honour. (Item for Discussion 8.1, May 17, 2021)
Sponsor: Deputy Mayor, B. Ward
That the Future Majority organization be invited to provide a presentation to City Council concerning their initiatives and programs. (Item for Discussion 8.2, May 17, 2021)
Sponsor: Councillor, N. Harris
That staff in the Development Services Department explore sponsorship program opportunities for speed pads including any operational criteria and report back to General Committee prior to the 2022 seasonal program. (Item for Discussion 8.3, May 17, 2021)
Sponsor: Councillor, G. Harvey
That the Provincial Government be requested to immediately lift restrictions to permit outdoor activities such as golf, sports fields, tennis courts, pickleball courts, to allow for everyone to take care of their physical and mental health and is in alignment with the advice of the Provincial Medical Advisory Table. (Item for Discussion 8.5, May 17, 2021)
Sponsor: Councillor, M. McCann
That staff in Development Services investigate the feasibility of converting the tennis courts to 10-14 Pickleball Courts in Painswick Park, including identifying a funding source to be identified and report back to General Committee at the meeting scheduled for June 7, 2021. (Item for Discussion 8.6, May 17, 2021)
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