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AGENDA

for the

REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL

July 13, 2015
7:00 p.m.
Council Chambers
2 West Carling Bay Road, Nobel, Ontario

 

1.    CALL TO ORDER

        a)    Approval of Agenda
        b)    Announcement of Public Meetings

Prior to the regular meeting Council will meet to hold a Public Meeting under Section 34 of the Planning Act for the purpose of providing information to the public with respect to three proposed Zoning By-law Amendments.

Any person may attend the public meeting and make written and/or oral representation either in support of or in opposition to the proposed Zoning By-law Amendments.


1.    ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT C514-2015
       Owner:  Fred & Elfriede Biemann
       Property Location:    11 Beacon Point Rd. & 12 Dent Rock Cres.
    
        Pages:  1-22
    
THE PURPOSE of the proposed zoning by-law amendment is to rezone the retained lands located on Lot 3 on Plan 42M-606 from the Waterfront Residential 1 (WF1) Zone to the Waterfront Residential 1 Exception 77 Holding (WF1-77-H) Zone, and to rezone the benefitting lands located on Concession C & D, Pt Lot 15, Parts 15 & 17 on Plan PSR-1957, Part 1 on Plan 42R-2507, Part 3 on Plan 42R-8873 to add further exception to the lands currently zoned WF1-48.

THE EFFECT of Special Exception (WF1-77-H) would allow for a minimum 57 metres of frontage and include the addition of an ‘h’ holding symbol, to be removed upon the approval of a site plan agreement.

THE EFFECT of the additional Special Exception WF1-48 would allow for a minimum 58 metres of frontage.


2.    ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT C515-2015
      Owner:  Avalon Properties Ltd.
      Property Location:    1 Inverlochy Rd.
    
        Pages:  23-42

THE PURPOSE of the proposed zoning by-law amendment is to rezone the lands comprising the former Inverlochy Resort lands on Deep Bay and found on Part of Lots 25, 26 in Concession 1 and Lot 25, Concession 2 to a number of site specific exception zones.
 
THE EFFECT of the proposed zoning by-law amendment is to implement a vacant land condominium that consists of 14 waterfront lots (units); 8 rural lots (units) and a common unit lot.


3.    ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT C516-2015
      Owner:  Robert Parr & Margaret Jennings
      Property Location: Island 256C, Westyle Island

        Pages:  43-48

THE PURPOSE of the proposed zoning by-law amendment is to rezone Island 256C – Westyle Island from the Waterfront Residential 2 (WF2) Zone to Waterfront Residential 2 Exception Zone.
 
THE EFFECT of the proposed zoning by-law amendment is to recognize the existing lot coverage on the island that exceeds the total allowable but permits the total coverage to continue regardless of how the buildings may be reconfigured in the future so long as the total number of buildings and the total lot coverage are not exceeded.
    
2.    DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

3.    MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING

    i)    Regular Meeting Of Council

        Pages:  49-57

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council held on June 15, 2015, be approved.

ii)    Committee Of The Whole

        Pages:  58-60

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Minutes of the Committee of the Whole held on June 5, 2015, be approved.

    iii)    Closed Session Meeting Minutes – June 2, 2015

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Closed Session Meeting Minutes held on June 2, 2015, be approved.

iv)    Closed Session Meeting Minutes – June 5, 2015

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Closed Session Meeting Minutes held on June 5, 2015, be approved.

v)    Closed Session Meeting Minutes – July 3, 2015

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Closed Session Meeting Minutes held on July 3, 2015, be approved.

vi)    Water Access Committee

        Pages:  61-64

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Minutes of the Water Access Committee  held on June 8, 2015, be received.


4.    DEPUTATIONS

5.    CLOSED MEETING

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council move into a CLOSED MEETING at _____________ a.m./p.m., pursuant to Section 239(2)(b) of the Municipal Act, 2001,S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended,   personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees:

    1.    Acting Assignment
    2.    Performance Review
    
    OPEN MEETING

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council move out of a CLOSED MEETING at ___________ a.m./p.m.

6.    UNFINISHED PLANNING BUSINESS

7.    OFFICIAL PLAN/ZONING AMENDMENTS
    
8.    CONSENT APPLICATIONS

9.    SITE PLAN CONTROL

10.    SHORE ROAD ALLOWANCES

i)    Shore Road Allowance Application
      Applicant:  Susan Derry
      Agent:  Rick Quinn, Quinn’s Construction
      Property Location:  33 Walton’s Pool Rd.

        Pages:  65-67

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That Carling Council agree to open a file, SRA 2015-3 being an application to close and convey the shore road allowance in front of Plan M147, Lot 1, and that the shore road allowance to be closed and conveyed be declared surplus pursuant to Property Disposal By-law No. 95-10.  Applicants:  Susan Derry, 33 Walton’s Pool Rd.


11.    REPORT OF THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

        Pages:  68-72

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council receives the Reports of the Chief     Administrative Officer, as distributed.

12.    REPORT OF THE COMMITTEES

13.    COUNCIL CORRESPONDENCE

        Pages:  73-75

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council receives the June 2015 Council Correspondence listing.

14.    QUESTION TIME

15.    OTHER BUSINESS

i)    Frank Fernandez, Stop The Nuclear Dump. Nuclear Waste Repository

        Pages:  76

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    WHEREAS Ontario Power Generation is proposing to construct an underground long-term burial facility for all of Ontario’s low and intermediate level radioactive nuclear waste at the Bruce Nuclear     Generating Station, some of which is highly radioactive and will remain toxic for over 100,000 years. This site is approximately one kilometre inland from the shore of Lake Huron and about 400 metres below the lake level; and

    WHEREAS water is Canada’s most important resource and should be protected and managed prudently; and

    WHEREAS the Great Lakes are vital to the economic and agricultural well-being to both Canada and the United States of America; and

    WHEREAS Lake Huron and the connecting waters, including Lake St. Clair, are a source of drinking water for millions of people downstream in Canada, the United States of America and First Nations;   and

    WHEREAS concern has been expressed by individuals, citizen and environmental groups and municipalities and counties in both Canada and the United States; and

    WHEREAS under the 2012 Protocol Amending the Agreement Between Canada and the United States of America on Great Lakes Water Quality, the governments of Canada and the United States acknowledge the importance of anticipating, preventing and responding to threats to the waters of the Great Lakes; and

    WHEREAS the Governments of Canada and of the United States share a responsibility and an obligation to protect the Great Lakes from contamination from various sources of pollution, including the leakage of nuclear waste from an underground nuclear waste repository; and

    WHEREAS placing a permanent nuclear waste burial facility so close to the Great Lakes is ill-advised. The potential damage to the Great Lakes from any leak or breach of radioactivity far outweighs any suggested economic benefit that might be derived from burying radioactive nuclear waste at this site. The ecology of the Great Lakes, valuable beyond measure to the health and economic well-being of the entire region, should not be placed at risk by storing radioactive nuclear waste underground so close to the shoreline;

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Council for the Township of Carling, in order to protect the Great Lakes and its tributaries, urges that neither this proposed nuclear waste repository at the  Bruce Nuclear Generating Station nor any other underground nuclear waste repository be constructed in the Great Lakes Basin, in Canada, the United States, or any First Nation property.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Council for the Township of Carling urges the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario to reject (and seek alternatives to) Ontario Power Generation’s proposal to bury radioactive nuclear waste in the Great Lakes Basin.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this resolution be provided to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the Federal Minister of the Environment Leona Aglukkaq, Parry Sound-Muskoka M.P.P. Norm Miller, Parry Sound-Muskoka M.P. Tony Clement, the West Parry Sound Area Municipalities, Wasauksing, and Shawanaga First Nations and the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative.

ii)    2015-2016 Christmas Hours For Municipal Office And Waste Sites

        Pages:  77-79

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Carling Council approves the 2015-2016 Christmas Holiday hours for the Municipal Office and Carling and Killbear Waste Sites, as circulated.

iii)    Results of Request for Quotations – 50hp Yamaha Motor

        Pages:  80


    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that upon the recommendation of the Public Works Superintendent, Council for the Township of Carling accepts the quotation for the purchase of (1) 2015 50hp Yamaha 4 stroke outboard motor from Payne’s Marina to include the trade-in allowance of $2,000.00 for the 75hp Mercury motor for the sum of $8,375.00 with HST being $1,088.75 for the total sum of $9,463.75.  This being the lower of two tenders received.

iv)    Results of Tender Opening – Roadside Cutting

        Pages:  81

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that upon the recommendation of the Public Works Superintendent, Council for the Township of Carling accepts the tender from Helmkay Excavating for roadside cutting services in the amount of $4,400 with HST being $572.00 for a total tendered price of $4,972.00, this being the lowest of 2 tenders received.

v)    Results of Tender Opening – Supply, Delivery, Stockpile Winter Sand

        Pages:  82

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that upon the recommendation of the Public Works Superintendent, Council for the Township of Carling accepts the tender from Fowler Construction for the supply, delivery, stockpiling of 2500 tonnes of winter sand which includes the supply, delivery and mixing of salt for a tendered price of $59,150.00 with HST being $7,689.50 for a total tender price of $66,839.50 this being the only tender received from 5 tender notices sent out.

vi)    Water Access Committee – Recommendations

        Pages:  83

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Carling Township Council approve the recommendation from the Water Access Committee to create temporary resident parking along the south side of Dillon Rd. between Corduroy Bay Rd. and Parker Lane.

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Carling Township Council approve the recommendation from the Water Access Committee for a new kayak/canoe dock and appropriate signage at Snug Harbour Dock, similar to Dillon Cove.

vii)    Application To Ministry Of Natural Resources For Filling
        Applicant:  Ken Havens
        4 Christie Rd.

        Pages:  84-99

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Carling Township Council advise the Ministry of Natural Resources that they have no objection to the proposed application for filling submitted by Ken Havens.(4 Christie Rd.)

viii)    Removal of the Culvert on Wawanaisa Rd., Bert Reekie - Discussion

ix)    Bonnie Fisher.  Burial fees for Helen Crawford

        Pages: 100

    Resolution 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Carling Township Council authorize the interment fee for the burial of Helen Crawford to be charged under a Carling resident fee in the amount of $141.25.

16.    BY-LAWS

    i)    Entry Permit – Township Unopened Road Allowance

        Pages:  101-108

    By-law 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    Being a By-law to Authorize the CAO/Clerk to execute an Agreement with Henvey Inlet Wind LP and Henvey Inlet Wind GP Inc., to permit entry to unopened township road allowances.


    ii)    Parry Sound Library Board Agreement

         Pages:  109-114

    By-law 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    Being a By-law to Authorize the CAO to execute an Agreement between the Parry Sound Public Library Board and The Township of Carling.

17.    NOTICES OF MOTION

18.    CONFIRMING BY-LAW

    By-law 2015-
    Moved By
    Seconded By
    Being a By-law to confirm the proceedings of the Regular Meeting of Council held on July 13, 2015.

19.    ADJOURNMENT

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