The last meeting for this term of Council is Wednesday September 14, 2022 at 9:30am
Items on the agenda include:
Integrity Commissioner ADR Chambers, Annual Report for the Operating Period May 12, 2021 to May 11, 2022
During this period 6 Code of Conduct complaints were investigated.
Response to Motion - Indoor Soccer Facility
The purpose of this report is to provide information in response to the Council resolution
approved on April 13, 2022 regarding investigating opportunities and locations to build
an indoor soccer facility in Richmond Hill and reporting back in Q3 of 2022.
Follow-up and Clarification - regarding 2021-2022 Season Winter Maintenance
An updated chart demonstrating the direct costs of the windrow snow removal program, and the per driveway cost of the program for information purposes.
The Windrow Program operating costs indicated in Table 2 of SRCS.22.11 include October to April salary and benefits costs for 29 full-time Operators positions hired specifically to facilitate the Windrow Program
The “Windrow Program – Direct Costs Only” row of the updated table identifies cost ranges that include 10% to 20% of the Operator winter salaries and benefits reflecting the estimated proportion of time these positions spent on tasks directly related to the Windrow Program during the 2021-2022 winter season.
Member Motion - Councillor Beros - To proclaim Ontario Cadets Week in the City of Richmond Hill
That the City of Richmond Hill proclaim Ontario Cadets Week on the first Saturday in October each year to honour the outstanding young Canadians and help them succeed.
To consider matters related to the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose; and related to litigation affecting the municipality.
In regards to the 2 lawsuits brought forth by Councillor Perrelli
More information about these 2 lawsuits:
Perrelli lawsuit #1 Court File No. CV-22-00002095-0000
Perrelli lawsuit #2 Court File No. CV-22-00002453-0000
Member Motion - Councillor Sheppard - Richmond Hill Village Core
Potential initiatives for the Village Core
Member Motion - Councillor Muench - Stormwater Fairness
That any property without city water or sewers be exempt from the upgraded stormwater premium charge.
Requests for Approval - Development Applications
Zoning By-law Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision Applications - The Duncan Rd - 16th Avenue Group Inc. - 0 Fern Avenue (near 16th Avenue)
to permit a residential infill development to be comprised of ten single detached dwelling lots and the creation of a new public street
Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Applications - 2705785 Ontario Ltd. c/o Dilawri Real Estate Group Inc. - 9675, 9697 and 9699 Yonge Street (North of Clarissa Dr.)
to permit the construction of a high density mixed use residential/commercial development which is to be comprised of 19 and 16 storey residential apartment buildings connected by a six storey podium, at-grade townhouse dwelling units, and a four storey retail/commercial podium along the Yonge Street frontage and is intended to contain an Audi automobile sales dealership
Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Richmond Hill Ecumenical Homes Corporation c/o DMS Property Management Ltd. - 286 Major Mackenzie Drive East (west of GO Station)
revised development proposal to construct an eight storey, 90 unit residential rental apartment building
Zoning By-law Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision Applications - 2322669 Ontario Inc. - 18 Elm Grove Avenue (between Elm Grove and Regatta in Oak Ridges)
revised Zoning By-law Amendment and draft Plan of Subdivision applications to permit a medium density residential development to be comprised of 16 three storey townhouse dwelling units
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