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									  The Corporation of the
  City of Kawartha Lakes

PLANNING COMMITTEE
      WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2009
   OPEN SESSION COMMENCING AT 1:00 P.M.

             COUNCIL CHAMBERS
                 CITY HALL
26 FRANCIS STREET, LINDSAY, ONTARIO, K9V 5R8




               MINUTES

                   MEMBERS

           Mayor        R. McGee
           Councillor   G. Campbell
           Councillor   A. Luff (Vice Chair)
           Councillor   G. McGregor
           Councillor   P. O’Reilly
           Councillor   L. Robertson (Chair)

           Secretary    S. Richardson


           ALTERNATE
           Councillor   D. Elmslie
           Councillor   S. Strangway
           Councillor   P. Warren



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1.    CALL TO ORDER AND ADOPTION OF AGENDA

      Chair L. Robertson called the meeting to order at 1:01 p.m. Mayor R. McGee and
      Councillors G. Campbell, A. Luff and G. McGregor and alternates S. Strangway and P.
      Warren were in attendance.

      Deputy Clerk and Recording Secretary S. Richardson, Acting Director C. Darling,
      Coordinator Current Planning R. Holy, Senior Planner S. Rea, Planner 1 D. Keay and
      Manager of Engineering J. Oostveen were also in attendance.

      Early Departure: Councillor McGregor – 3:30 p.m.

      Moved by Councillor McGregor, seconded by Councillor Strangway,
      RESOLVED THAT Item 3.3 be moved up on the agenda to be the first Item of business.
                                                                                 CARRIED
      Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Warren,
      RESOLVED THAT the agenda be adopted as amended.
                                                                                 CARRIED

2.    DECLARATIONS OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

      There were no declarations of pecuniary interest noted.

3.    PUBLIC MEETING

      The Chair opened the meeting and introduced the Planning Committee members and staff
      present. He stated that, as required under the Planning Act, a public meeting is being held
      prior to City of Kawartha Lakes Council making a decision on the following applications.

3.3   Richard Holy, Coordinator Current Planning                       DEV2009-081
      Official Plan Amendment (D01-16-178) and Rezoning (D06-19-131)
      Applications to Permit a 4 Storey Residential Building Expansion
      Trinity United Church – Bobcaygeon, 40 & 44 William Street, Bobcaygeon

      The Chair requested staff to advise on the manner of giving notice for the proposed Official
      Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments. He also asked staff to briefly describe the proposal
      and summarize the correspondence, if any, received to date.

      Mr. Holy confirmed that the required notice for this meeting was given in accordance with
      the Planning Act. He summarized the applications explaining that the Official Plan
      Amendment application proposes to add policies to the existing ’Urban” designation and the
      Zoning By-law Amendment proposes to change the zone category from the Open Space
      Special Use (O2) Zone and Open Space Special Use Exception Two (O2-S2) Zone to the
      Open Space Exception Four (OS-4) Zone. The effect of the change would be to permit the
      development of a four (4) storey apartment building expansion to the existing church
      containing 32 units. He noted one general inquiry was received from a resident to the east
      of the property requesting information on the setback of the proposed building to the rear lot
      line, and the City’s Building Division and Fire and Public Works Departments as well as
      Kawartha Conservation all advised of no objections, noting further comments would be
      forthcoming during the site plan stage. Subsequent to writing the report a number of
      comments were received on the proposal noting there is already a parking problem in the
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     area and expressing concern that this problem will increase with the proposed
     development. As well, concern was expressed with respect to the height of the building,
     stating that they felt a 4-storey high building was not appropriate for the location.

     The Chair inquired if anyone wished to speak to the applications.

     Tim Welch, Tim Welch Consulting Inc., a Housing Development Consultant working with
     the Church on this application, stated they are trying to create affordable housing for
     seniors in Bobcaygeon, noting there is a demand for this type of housing in that area. He
     stated they want to work with the neighbourhood and Council to bring the application
     forward. He stated that timing is important as they want to move the project forward and
     make application to the province for funding. He responded to questions from Committee
     members as did Patrick Luckie of Romanov Romanov Architects.

     William Westcott spoke in opposition to the applications stating there is concern that such a
     large 4-storey building, in such a confined space, will change the character of the
     community and make an already bad parking problem even worse. He submitted a list of
     40 questions that he requested be answered in writing by staff and further requested that
     the proposal be delayed until after sufficient time has been given for a thorough
     assessment of the responses. He also requested improvement be made to the posted
     signage on the property.

     There were no other persons who spoke in opposition to or support of the applications.

     Moved by Councillor Warren, seconded by Councillor Strangway,
     RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting recess at 1:47 p.m. to consider business arising
     from Item number 3.3.
                                                                            CARRIED

4.   BUSINESS ARISING FROM PUBLIC MEETING

     Moved by Mayor McGee, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-081, “Trinity United Church, Bobcaygeon – D01-16-
     178 & D06-19-131”, be received;
     THAT Official Plan Amendment 128 to the County of Victoria Official Plan attached in
     Appendix ‘E’ to Report DEV2009-081 be referred to Council for adoption and that the
     necessary by-law be passed;
     THAT the proposed zoning by-law amendment attached in Appendix ‘F’ to Report
     DEV2009-081, as amended by adding a Holding (H) symbol on the parking component in
     addition to the height of the building/number of units, be referred to Council for passing; and
     THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents required by the
     approval of this application.
                                                                            CARRIED PC2009-049

     Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting resume at 2:04 p.m. to consider items on the Public
     Meeting agenda.
                                                                                CARRIED
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3.    PUBLIC MEETING

3.1   Sherry Rea, Senior Planner                                        DEV2009-079
      Applications for an Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment
      together with a Draft Plan of Condominium (16CD-09503) to permit
      a seasonal residential plan of condominium under fractional
      ownership consisting of 107 lots with common element condominium
      areas, on Talbot River Road (490103 Ontario Limited – Kirkfield Lake Resort Ltd.)

      The Chair requested staff to advise on the manner of giving notice for the proposed Official
      Plan and Zoning By-law amendment and Draft Plan of Condominium. He also asked staff
      to briefly describe the proposal and summarize the correspondence, if any, received to
      date.

      Ms. Rea confirmed that the required notice for this meeting was given in accordance with
      the Planning Act and to everyone within 500 metres. She summarized the applications,
      explaining that the Official Plan Amendment application proposes to change the land
      designation from ‘Rural’ to ‘Resort Estate’ and the Rezoning application proposes to
      change the zone category from the Agricultural (A1) and Environmental Protection (EP)
      Zones to the Tourist Commercial Three Exception * (C3-*) Zone. These applications were
      accompanied with a Draft Plan of Condominium (16CD-09503) application. The purpose of
      the applications is to permit a seasonal residential plan of condominium under fractional or
      interval ownership consisting of 107 lots with common element condominium areas. She
      noted that the City’s Building Division advised of no comments and the City’s Community
      Services Department advised of no comments or concerns. One anonymous caller and
      Brian Salzman both expressed concern with respect to increased traffic and the
      requirement to upgrade Talbot River Road should the development be approved. Staff is
      still waiting for comments from a number of circulated Agencies and City Departments.
      Subsequent to writing the report, Bell Canada advised that the draft plan has been
      circulated internally and will comment once the internal comments have been received.
      Both the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Parks Canada requested the applications be
      deferred in order for them to review and provide comments. Ms. Rea responded to
      questions from Committee members.

      The Chair inquired if anyone wished to speak to the application.

      Valerie Cranmer, Valerie Cranmer and Associates, planner for the applicant, advised she
      has talked to staff on some issues such as conformity with the Official Plan density
      requirements and they are prepared to work with staff on this matter. She noted a traffic
      study was done previously when the proposal was on a much larger scale and was
      submitted to the City’s Public Works department and that it will be updated reflecting the
      current development proposal. She stated they are satisfied with staff’s recommendation in
      the report.

      Mike Jones, Azimuth Environmental Consulting, stated that, in terms of the requirement for
      a responsibility agreement, there is a condition in the current Certificate of Approval for a
      responsibility agreement however, it would not apply to the current proposal. He responded
      to questions from Committee members.
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     Gerry Mintz stated the nature of the development is a housing unit with no basements and
     the collection system is a pressure system so that no deep trenches are required for
     drainage. With respect to the recreational complex, some of the material is already on site
     and will be completed as soon as possible.

     Michelle Meawasige, 283 Talbot River Road, spoke in opposition to the applications, stating
     she has a lot of questions regarding the proposed development. She is concerned the
     development will be an upscale trailer park and this could negatively affect the value of her
     home. She stated she already has problems with low flows of water and is concerned that
     the addition of 107 units will have an impact on the water table. She also expressed
     concern with increased traffic on Talbot River Road. It was her understanding that
     seasonal is six (6) months of the year however the developers are talking of the facility
     being closed for 60 days a year. She is also worried about environmental issues in the
     area as well as sanitation and garbage.

     Valerie Cranmer and Gerry Mintz advised it is their understanding that the facility would be
     closed with the potential for a caretaker on site for 60 days. They stated the owners would
     like to see a successful completion of this proposal.

     There were no other persons who spoke in opposition to or support of the applications.

     Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Strangway,
     RESOLVED THAT the public meeting recess at 2:41 p.m. to consider business arising from
     Item number 3.1.
                                                                                CARRIED
4.   BUSINESS ARISING FROM PUBLIC MEETING

     Moved by Councillor Strangway, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-079, “490103 Ontario Limited – Kirkfield Lake
     Resort Ltd. – OPA, ZBA, Draft Plan of Condominium, respecting Files D01-16-179, D06-27-
     051, and D04-27-001”, be received;
     THAT the applications respecting the proposed amendment to the County of Victoria
     Official Plan and the proposed amendment to the Township of Eldon Zoning By-law,
     together with the Draft Plan of Condominium (16CD-09503) be referred back to staff until
     such time that comments have been received from all circulated Agencies and City
     Departments and that any comments and concerns, raised prior to and during the public
     meeting or as a result of the circulation have been addressed and that staff prepare a
     planning report;
     THAT the applicant be directed to prepare a traffic impact analysis which addresses
     potential impacts of the proposed development on Talbot River Road;
     THAT staff be directed to obtain a peer review of the Potable Water Design Basis and the
     Hydrogeological and Geochemical Evaluation Report, both prepared by Azimuth
     Environmental Consulting, Inc. and that the applicant submit the required $2,000.00 deposit
     and pay the final cost of the review;
     THAT staff be directed to obtain a peer review of the Environmental Impact Study Report
     and the Record of Site Condition – Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment, both
     prepared by Azimuth Environmental Consulting, Inc. and that the applicant submit the
     required $2,000.00 deposit and pay the final cost of the review;
     THAT a copy of the subsequent report be forwarded to the applicant and each person who
     has submitted a written expression of interest in these applications; and
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      THAT the Ministry of the Environment be contacted for confirmation with respect to the
      requirement for a municipal responsibility agreement on the potential communal water
      system.
                                                                     CARRIED PC2009-050

      The Meeting recessed at 2:48 p.m. and reconvened at 2:56 p.m.

      Moved by Councillor Strangway, seconded by Councillor McGregor,
      RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting resume at 2:56 p.m. to consider Items on the Public
      Meeting agenda.
                                                                                CARRIED

3.    PUBLIC MEETING

3.2   Richard Holy, Coordinator Current Planning                       DEV2009-080
      Rezoning Application (D06-18-107) to Permit the Addition of a
      Three Storey 40 Unit Apartment Building Development
      Surinder Jauhal, 4 Colborne Street and 152 William Street, Lindsay

      The Chair requested staff to advise on the manner of giving notice for the proposed Zoning
      By-law Amendment. He also asked staff to briefly describe the proposal and summarize
      the correspondence, if any, received to date.

      Mr. Holy confirmed that notice for this meeting was given in accordance with the Planning
      Act. He summarized the application, explaining that it proposes to change the zone
      category from the Residential Three (R3) Zone to the Residential Multiple Two Special
      Eighteen (RM2-S18) Zone. The change would permit the development of a three storey
      apartment building containing 40 dwelling units as an addition to the existing 10 dwelling
      unit building. A caretaker apartment unit is proposed as a fourth floor at the southeast
      corner of the building. As well, a rooftop garden for use by the residents is being
      contemplated. He noted that one general inquiry was received on the proposal with no
      objections being raised. The City’s Building Division and Fire and Public Works
      Departments, as well as Kawartha Conservation all advised of no objections to the
      application, noting further comments would be forthcoming at the site plan stage of the
      proposal.

      The Chair inquired if anyone wished to speak to the application.

      Kevin Duguay, Community Planning and Consulting Inc., agent and planning consultant for
      the property owner, stated that, as a result of a neighbourhood meeting arranged by the
      owner of the property, the building elevations have been revised and the conceptual plan
      has been amended. The enhanced conceptual site plan shows the multiple unit affordable
      parking structure; a flat roof structure is being proposed to permit a roof garden as well as
      storage for rain water; the fourth floor would include a unit for the caretaker as well as
      storage and hallways to the flat roof structure. The proposed development has been
      designed to accommodate the potential of a Colborne Street bridge crossing, resulting in
      access to the property being from William Street only.

      Margaret Fitzsimmons, 4 Colborne Street East, supports the project’s goal of affordable
      housing but spoke in opposition to the appearance of the proposed building, noting the
      application is for a 3-storey building and yet from the river it is 4-stories. She questioned
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     why the caretaker needed a 2,600 sq. foot apartment, stating that low income seniors will
     be subsidizing this unit. She also objects to the roof top garden stating that most seniors
     prefer to sit under a shade tree and not baking in the sun. She questioned if it could be
     guaranteed that the building will be used for seniors only. She stated that the current
     building is not kept in a very good manner.

     Linda White, superintendent of Carew Park Apartments, 2 Colborne Street West, stated
     that when Carew Park Apartments were being built they had to build three (3) separate
     buildings as a 6-storey building was not permitted at that time. She noted there is a hydro
     easement between the Carew Park Apartment building and the proposed development and
     questioned if hydro had been approached about this matter. She stated that traffic lights
     should be installed at the corner of William and Colborne Streets and questioned where the
     snow would be dumped, stating there is the potential for flooding issues with spring run-off.
     She also noted there is a density and traffic issue related to this development.

     Brian Houghton, 111 William Street North, spoke in support of the application, stating he
     believes it will work with the site. There are a few things that need to be improved, however
     he believes it is achievable. He expressed concern with respect to the tenants in the other
     building, but recognized that this is a separate issue.

     Kathleen Kartes, 50 Rivermill Blvd., spoke in opposition to the application stating traffic will
     increase and there are already a number of traffic accidents at the corner. She expressed
     concern about the negative impact the proposed development will have on the environment
     and stated there is already too much density in the area.

     Kevin Duguay responded stating he thinks he received comments from the owner of the
     Carew Park Apartments advising he had no concern with the proposal. He stated the traffic
     issue has been discussed at length with City staff and that City staff advised that a traffic
     study was not necessary. He noted the intersection could be signalized, however, this
     development will not generate the levels of volume of traffic to require this. He responded
     to questions from Committee members.

     Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting recess at 3:41 p.m. to consider business arising
     from Item number 3.2.
                                                                            CARRIED

4.   BUSINESS ARISING FROM PUBLIC MEETING

     Moved by Councillor Campbell, seconded by Councillor Luff,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-080, “Surinder Jauhal – D06-18-107”, be received;
     THAT the proposed zoning by-law amendment, substantially in the form as attached in
     Appendix ‘C’ to Report DEV2009-080 be referred to Council for passing; and
     THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents required by the
     approval of this application.
                                                                       CARRIED PC2009-051

     Moved by Councillor Campbell, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting resume at 3:43 p.m. to consider Items on the Public
     Meeting agenda.
                                                                               CARRIED
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3.    PUBLIC MEETING

3.4   Diana Keay, Planner 1                                              DEV2009-082
      An application for a zoning amendment to the Township of Eldon
      Zoning By-law 94-14 to rezone the subject lands from the
      Agricultural (A1) Zone to the Agricultural Exception Twenty-Five (A1-25)
      Zone on lands known as West ½ of Lot 3 and East ½ of Lot 3,
      Concession 8, geographic Township of Eldon, now City of Kawartha
      Lakes, 184 Kirkfield Road (Clarkridge Holsteins)

      The Chair requested staff to advise on the manner of giving notice for the proposed Zoning
      By-law Amendment. He also asked staff to briefly describe the proposal and summarize
      the correspondence, if any, received to date.

      Ms. Keay requested permission to present Items 3.4 and 3.5 together.

      Moved by Councillor Strangway, seconded by Councillor Luff,
      RESOLVED THAT Items 3.4 and 3.5 be presented together.
                                                                                       CARRIED

3.5   Diana Keay, Planner 1                                              DEV2009-083
      An application for a zoning amendment to the Township of Eldon
      Zoning By-law 94-14 to rezone the subject lands from the
      Agricultural (A1) Zone to the Agricultural Exception Twenty-Five (A1-25)
      Zone on lands known as North ½ of Lot 3 and South ½ of Lot 3,
      Concession 7, geographic Township of Eldon, now City of Kawartha
      Lakes, 162 Grasshill Road (Clarkridge Holsteins)

      Ms. Keay confirmed that the required notice for this meeting was given in accordance with
      the Planning Act. She summarized the two applications, explaining that the both propose to
      rezone lands from the Agricultural (A1) Zone to the Agricultural Exception Twenty-Five (A1-
      25) Zone. The purpose of the zoning change is to fulfill a condition of consent which
      prohibits residential use on the subject land. Ms. Keay stated that this morning the
      applicant had advised her they wish to increase the lot dimensions applied for in the
      consent, therefore she is now recommending that the applications be referred back to staff
      until the new lot dimensions are known for incorporation into the zoning by-law amendment.

      The Chair inquired if anyone wished to speak to the applications. Yvonne Clarke, the
      owner, requested clarification as to whether both applications were being referred back to
      staff. She stated she will be applying for a lot adjustment on the one property only.

      There were no other persons who spoke in opposition to or support of the applications.

      Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Strangway,
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      RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting recess at 3:48 p.m. to consider business arising
      from Item numbers 3.4 and 3.5.
                                                                             CARRIED




4.    BUSINESS ARISING FROM PUBLIC MEETING

      Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Strangway,
      RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-082 “Clarkridge Holsteins – D06-27-049”, and
      Report DEV2009-083, “Clarkridge Holsteins – D06-27-050”, be received and referred back
      to staff until such time as a revised application has been submitted; and
      THAT, pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act, Council deems that the change is
      minor and therefore no further public notice is required for these two applications.
                                                                            CARRIED PC2009-052

      Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Campbell,
      RESOLVED THAT the Public Meeting resume at 3:49 p.m. in order to consider items on
      the Public Meeting agenda.
                                                                              CARRIED
3.    PUBLIC MEETING

3.6   Chris Darling, Acting Director of Development Services             DEV2009-084
      Green Hub Community Improvement Plan

      The Chair requested staff to advise on the manner of giving notice for the proposed Official
      Plan Amendments and Green Hub Community Improvement Plan. He also asked staff to
      briefly describe the proposal and summarize the correspondence, if any, received to date.

      Mr. Darling confirmed that the required notice for this meeting was given in accordance with
      the Planning Act. He explained that the purpose of this meeting is to present amendments
      to the Official Plans in effect in the City of Kawartha Lakes introducing Community
      Improvement Plan (CIP) policies, to present a by-law to designate the entire City of
      Kawartha Lakes as the Community Improvement Project Area and to present a Green Hub
      CIP for the City of Kawartha Lakes. He noted that a public Open House was held in July
      2009 and that consultation has occurred with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
      He noted that several letters had been received in support of this application.

      Nancy Reid of MMM Group Limited provided an overview of the CIP. She stated that this is
      the first of its kind in Ontario. She spoke to the Green Hub CIP Strategy, Municipal
      Leadership Strategy, Financial Incentive Programs, Monitoring Program and
      Implementation. She responded to questions from Committee members.

      The Chair inquired if anyone wished to speak to the application.

      Brian Houghton stated there should be some kind of way to see how the project has been
      proceeded with as the City could end up handing out tax dollars and they don’t get spent
      the way there were intended to be spent.
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       There were no other persons who spoke to this matter.

       The Public Meeting concluded at 4:22 p.m.




4.     BUSINESS ARISING FROM PUBLIC MEETING

       Moved by Mayor McGee, seconded by Councillor Warren,
       RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-084, “Green Hub Community Improvement Plan”,
       be received;
       THAT the proposed Amendments to County of Victoria, Village of Fenelon Falls, Township
       of Ops and Town of Lindsay Official Plans substantially in the form attached in Appendix ‘A’
       to Report DEV2009-084 be referred to Council for approval;
       THAT the proposed Green Hub Community Improvement Plan attached as Appendix ‘C’ to
       Report DEV2009-084 be referred to Council for approval;
       THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements
       required by the approval of the Amendments and the CIPA By-law; and
       THAT the presentation made at today’s meeting be made at the October 27th Council
       meeting.
                                                                            CARRIED PC2009-053

5.     ADJOURNMENT

       Moved by Councillor Strangway, seconded by Councillor Luff,
       RESOLVED THAT the Planning Committee Meeting adjourn at 4:39 p.m.




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RECOMMENDATIONS MADE IN PLANNING COMMITTEE OCTOBER 14, 2009:

PC2009-049
     Moved by Mayor McGee, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-081, “Trinity United Church, Bobcaygeon – D01-16-
     178 & D06-19-131”, be received;
     THAT Official Plan Amendment 128 to the County of Victoria Official Plan attached in
     Appendix ‘E’ to Report DEV2009-081 be referred to Council for adoption and that the
     necessary by-law be passed;
     THAT the proposed zoning by-law amendment attached in Appendix ‘F’ to Report
     DEV2009-081, as amended by adding a Holding (H) symbol on the parking component in
     addition to the height of the building/number of units, be referred to Council for passing; and
     THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents required by the
     approval of this application.

PC2009-050
     Moved by Councillor Strangway, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-079, “490103 Ontario Limited – Kirkfield Lake
     Resort Ltd. – OPA, ZBA, Draft Plan of Condominium, respecting Files D01-16-179, D06-27-
     051, and D04-27-001”, be received;
     THAT the applications respecting the proposed amendment to the County of Victoria
     Official Plan and the proposed amendment to the Township of Eldon Zoning By-law,
     together with the Draft Plan of Condominium (16CD-09503) be referred back to staff until
     such time that comments have been received from all circulated Agencies and City
     Departments and that any comments and concerns, raised prior to and during the public
     meeting or as a result of the circulation have been addressed and that staff prepare a
     planning report;
     THAT the applicant be directed to prepare a traffic impact analysis which addresses
     potential impacts of the proposed development on Talbot River Road;
     THAT staff be directed to obtain a peer review of the Potable Water Design Basis and the
     Hydrogeological and Geochemical Evaluation Report, both prepared by Azimuth
     Environmental Consulting, Inc. and that the applicant submit the required $2,000.00 deposit
     and pay the final cost of the review;
     THAT staff be directed to obtain a peer review of the Environmental Impact Study Report
     and the Record of Site Condition – Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment, both
     prepared by Azimuth Environmental Consulting, Inc. and that the applicant submit the
     required $2,000.00 deposit and pay the final cost of the review;
     THAT a copy of the subsequent report be forwarded to the applicant and each person who
     has submitted a written expression of interest in these applications; and
     THAT the Ministry of the Environment be contacted for confirmation with respect to the
     requirement for a municipal responsibility agreement on the potential communal water
     system.

PC2009-051
     Moved by Councillor Campbell, seconded by Councillor Luff,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-080, “Surinder Jauhal – D06-18-107”, be received;
     THAT the proposed zoning by-law amendment, substantially in the form as attached in
     Appendix ‘C’ to Report DEV2009-080 be referred to Council for passing; and
     THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents required by the
     approval of this application.
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PC2009-052
     Moved by Councillor Luff, seconded by Councillor Strangway,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-082 “Clarkridge Holsteins – D06-27-049”, and
     Report DEV2009-083, “Clarkridge Holsteins – D06-27-050”, be received and referred back
     to staff until such time as a revised application has been submitted; and
     THAT, pursuant to Section 34 (17) of the Planning Act, Council deems that the change is
     minor and therefore no further public notice is required for these two applications.

PC2009-053
     Moved by Mayor McGee, seconded by Councillor Warren,
     RECOMMEND THAT Report DEV2009-084, “Green Hub Community Improvement Plan”,
     be received;
     THAT the proposed Amendments to County of Victoria, Village of Fenelon Falls, Township
     of Ops and Town of Lindsay Official Plans substantially in the form attached in Appendix ‘A’
     to Report DEV2009-084 be referred to Council for approval;
     THAT the proposed Green Hub Community Improvement Plan attached as Appendix ‘C’ to
     Report DEV2009-084 be referred to Council for approval;
     THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any documents and agreements
     required by the approval of the Amendments and the CIPA By-law; and
     THAT the presentation made at today’s meeting be made at the October 27th Council
     meeting.

								
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