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Port Stanley News RSS Feed  News Regular/Planning Meeting Of Council On Monday, September 24th, 2018

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by Doug Harvey
RegularPlanning Meeting Of Council On Monday, September 24th, 2018
Wastell Developments Inc. Revised Proposal

The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin

Regular/Planning Meeting Of Council On Monday, September 24th, 2018

Roll Call - Everyone present.

Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest and the General Nature Thereof - None disclosed.

Adoption of Minutes

Minutes of the Regular/Planning Meeting of Council dated June 11, 2018, Special Meeting of Council and Regular/Planning Meeting of Council dated June 25, 2018 were adopted.

Delegations - No delegations.

Correspondence (Action)

1. City of London - Project 311
Correspondence received from the City of London seeking support for City of London Project 311.

The City of London is a growing and dynamic community. As an organization, it is committed to its mission At Your Service – a respected and inspired public service partner, building a better city for all and to the four strategic areas of focus identified in its 2015-19 Strategic Plan: Strengthening our Community, Building a Sustainable City, Growing our Economy, and Leading in Public Service.

On July 25, 2017, City of London Council directed Civic Administration to proceed with the implementation of a 311 phone number, using routing by Exchange / Wire Centre Boundaries. A Wire Center Boundary is the basic geographical unit of telecommunications infrastructure, and serves a unique set of telephone numbers within a fixed geographic area. Some Exchanges are made up of a single Wire Centre Boundary, such as the Belmont Exchange and the Lambeth Exchange. Other Exchanges are made up of multiple Wire Centre Boundaries, such as the London Exchange, which is made up of four Wire Centre Boundaries.

Request for a Council Resolution: - The City of London is seeking a Council Resolution from the Municipality of Central Elgin to authorize the City of London to direct Telecommunications Service Providers to route 311 calls using the Belmont Exchange to the City of London's main service number. To this end, the proposed resolution is:

A Motion moved by Deputy Mayor Martyn and seconded by Councillor Crevits; Where as when a 311 telephone call originates in the overlap between the Belmont Exchange and the geographic area of the Municipality of Central Elgin; Now therefore be it resolved that that the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin has no objection to the routing of such calls to the City of London's main service line, on the understanding that residents of the Municipality of Central Elgin who erroneously dial 311 from within this Exchange will be given the option of being transferred to the Municipality of Central Elgin's main phone number.

Councillor Roberts asked if there would be an issue if Central Elgin implements 311 in the future? Mr. Leitch replied that there would be a mechanism setup to handle the calls, but that the costs would then be charged to the Municipality.

The Motion was Carried.

Correspondence (for Council's Information)

A Motion by Councillor McNeil and Seconded by Councillor Winkworth that Correspondence for Council's Information Items #1 - #8 be received as information and filed. The Motion was Carried.

1. BIA Board of Management - Minutes Copy of minutes from the BIA Board of Management Meeting dated July 9, 2018.

2. Wastell Development Correspondence received from Ross Whalls, respecting Wastell Developments Inc.

3. Notice of Decision - County of Elgin Land Division Committee Notice of Decision received from the County of Elgin Land Division Committee respecting E1/18, McNeil; E52/18, DeVries Family Farms Ltd.,; E53/18, DeVries Family Farms Ltd. E61/18, ABW Solar Holding Company; and E62/18 Peter Gensens.

4. Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Correspondence received advising of an Interim Guide to Services and Eligibility for the new Local Planning Appeal Support Centre.

5. County of Elgin Land Division Committee Copy of correspondence received respecting Land Division Application E35/17 - Anastasiadis.

6. 55+ Living & Learning Expo Correspondence received respecting 55+ Living & Learning Expo being offered in Port Stanley on October 18, 2018 through VON/PSVA partnership.

7. Paramedics as Essential Service Correspondence received from the Township of South Glengarry seeking support for their resolution respecting Paramedics as Essential Service.

8. "Notice of Facility Collaboration and Co-Build Opportunities" - TVDSB Email correspondence received from Thames Valley District School Board respecting "Notice of Facility Collaboration and Co-Build Opportunities".

Reports

Central Elgin Planning Office

CEP 59-18 Application for a Zoning By-law Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision 34T-CE-1801 - 2526485 Ontario Inc. (Wastell Developments Inc.) - deferred from September 10th

Special Meeting of the Council

Background: - At a Special Meeting of the Council today, the Committee of the Whole had discussions with Julian Novick, Wastell Developments Inc. and Jay McGuffin, Monteith Brown Planning Consultants concerning the George Street development. With the deadline for a decision on whether to approve or disapprove the new Wastell Development on George Street already past, todays special Council meeting was held to go over the project to see if any changes to apartment heights, road access, and any other conditions could be attached to the project.

On of the issue of road access and traffic, Wastell representatives indicated that a proposal has been made for a traffic circle along George street at the intersection of a new street in the project, and that a new road connection to a possible new road to Carlow Road is also proposed.

During the meeting access and traffic issues were also discussed with information on an additional traffic assignment that was prepared by Dillion Consulting on traffic volumes with and without a proposed East-West connection from the new George Street development to Carlow Road.

Wastell "Seaglass" Connection to Carlow Road Traffic Assignment

The proposed E-W connection would be north of and parallel to George Street/Bridge Street. The connection would be in addition to two connections from the Wastell "Seaglass" development to George Street. The proposed E-W connection will most likely be used by residents living in the northern half of the development destined to or originating from the north & east, thus reducing traffic on George Street/Bridge Street and its intersections with William Street and Carlow Road.

Given the routing assumptions, the proposed E-W connection will reduce traffic volumes by approximately 100 vehicles in both directions on George Street and by approximately 30-70 vehicles each for the eastbound left, eastbound thru, and westbound thru turning movements at the George Street/ Bridge Street & Carlow Road intersection.

The proposed E-W connection will most likely be used by residents living in the northern half of the Wastell "Seaglass" development destined to or originating from the north & east, thus reducing traffic on George Street/ Bridge Street and its intersections with William Street and Carlow Road.

For the 2040 Holiday peak hour, up to 218 vehicles are estimated to use the new E-W connection, which represents 75% of the 289 vehicle trips generated by the development. Given the assumed routing, the new E-W connection will reduce traffic volumes on George Street by approximately 100 vehicles in each direction. At the George Street/ Bridge Street & Carlow Road intersection, traffic volumes for the eastbound left, eastbound thru, and westbound thru turning movements will be reduced by 30-70 vehicles each.

The micro simulation analysis shows some improvement with the new E-W connection but not enough to reduce the need for mitigation. A traffic signal and auxiliary turn lanes will still be required at the George Street/ Bridge Street & Carlow Road intersection to accommodate 2040 holiday traffic volumes.

At the George Street/ Bridge Street & Carlow Road intersection, the new E-W connection has reduced the average intersection delay by 10 seconds/vehicle and the intersection level of service from "D" to "C". For several turning movements, the processed volume, queue length, delay, and level of service has been improved as well.

In addition to slightly improving traffic operations, the new E-W connection provides alternate routes in and out of the development which provides flexibility for residents and network redundancy. The flexibility will allow residents to choose which access to use depending on where they are going. Network redundancy is an important consideration for emergency service and incident management. Specifically the ability for residents and emergency services to bypass the George Street/ Bridge Street & Carlow Road intersection is important since the intersection often experiences queues due to bridge operations.

Other Concerns Raised

On of the issue of 6-story apartment heights being reduced to a possible lower 4-story, Wastell representatives indicated that reducing the height of the building raises the cost of each apartment which in turn would make the final product less affordable to the public. There will be a range of sizes from a one bedroom to a three bedroom and could be offered for purchase or as a rental to be decided on market conditions when built. The 6-story apartment height has also been designed to be consistent with the 2014 Provincial Policy Statement, the County of Elgin Official Plan and the Municipality of Central Elgin Official Plan.

The least visual impact from the apartments to the area is due to the placement in back of the property behind a treed area, that once the housing along George Street is completed the apartments will not be visible from traffic along George street.

Market conditions will control the timing of how fast this project gets developed. With the number of units being proposed here, this is a 20 year visionary plan that could get completed in 10 years, but will ultimately depend on market conditions at the time.

Dealing with the public parkland on the property Sally Martyn asked if the parkland would be developed with Pickle ball Courts or Baseball Diamonds? A Wastell representative indicated that a substantial public parkland will be located in the higher density area that represents 3.6% of the property and that a 1.4% property value of cash in lieu could be allocated to anything the Municipality finds desirable for the area. The north side of the parkland is 616 feet by 122 feet with 220 feet on the public frontage which is roughly two football fields in area.

The issue of affordable housing was discussed with Mr. Ross commenting on the shortage of affordable housing in Port Stanley, and that this was a good opportunity for address this issue. Most affordable housing is built because of financial incentives or by conditions put into the development process, and that affordability requirements are based on actual financial costs for that location. A way to include affordable housing for this development would be to attach a municipal draft plan condition to the proposed draft plan of subdivision which would state that affordable housing would be part of the project from the beginning.

Julian Novick, Wastell Developments Inc. stated that "We have to find a product, build our neighbourhood in a way that's desirable enough for people to want to live there. We only sell houses if people want to live there." People also have to realize that building this project will take ten to twenty years to complete, even if an apartment was started right now, it would take about three years to complete.

Council Motion Concerns

When it came to the Motion many Council members still had concerns. Mr. Leitch commented that on the affordable housing question staff could come back on October 9th with more information, and that there is no reason why the Zoning By-law could be considered at this time.

Mr. McCoomb also indicated that planning staff may be able to find a way to incorporate some of these concerns into the municipal draft plan conditions by October 9th.

It was then decided that removing the second section of the By-law that deals with the municipal draft plan conditions be removed from the Motion at this time to see if conditions such as affordable housing could be included with information provided on October 9th.

Dan McNeil commented that the Planning Department did a very good job of analyzing the proposal for this project, and that there are three major concerns with this development. The first one is traffic, I'm the one that lives there for the past twelve years and traffic is not an issue at that corner. I believe the traffic studies. Traffic can be an issue in the middle of summer on a long weekend when the weather is good, and then we alter our behaviour a little bit. I would like another way to get out of the area, and the only way is with this new subdivision moving forward. I am also very pleased with the developer, their track record, and their ability to work with us thus far. The other concern is the character of the village. The one thing that I have learned after several years of heritage work, Port Stanley is if nothing else eclectic, very very eclectic. This will add to the eclectic nature of the village, and because of the prime location, I think that people will really enjoy life here. The village character is not going to change, it's just going to get better with this subdivision. The third concern is the height, something that did bother me for awhile at first, but with a extremely well written Planning Report this particular location is perfect for a 6-story apartment building. I am in favour of this project and that in my opinion was a good proposal that Council should move forward with.

After a lengthily discussion about the proposal, it was then decided that removing the second section of the By-law that deals with the municipal draft plan conditions be removed from the Motion at this time to see if conditions such as affordable housing could be included with information provided on October 9th.

A Motion moved by Councillor Winkworth and seconded by Councillor Roberts that Report CEP.59.18 be received as information; And that the Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin support the proposed amendment to the Village of Port Stanley Zoning By-law 1507 as it is consistent with the 2014 Provincial Policy Statement, the County of Elgin Official Plan and the Municipality of Central Elgin Official Plan.

The Motion was Carried Unanimously.

CEP 63-18 Application for a Consent No. E69/18 - Ken Wright, 345 First Street, Port Stanley

Background: - The applicant has filed two consent applications (E69/18, E70/18) concurrently for the purpose of lot additions.

The applicant is proposing to sever a parcel of land with an area of 123.93 m2, containing one retaining wall and a deck. It is proposed that the lands to be severed will be conveyed to the abutting lot to the north, municipally known as 346 Erie Street and continue to be used for residential purposes. The applicant is proposing to retain a lot with frontage of 21.03 m on First Street and an area of 1,342.45 m2, containing one dwelling. It is proposed that the retained lands will continue to be used for residential purposes.

A Motion moved by Councillor Roberts and seconded by Councillor Carr that Report CEP.63.18 be received for information; And that the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin has no objections to consent application E69/18 subject to the following conditions:

  • that the lands to be severed be merged in title with the abutting lands to the north (346 Erie Street);
  • that Subsection 3 or 5 of Section 50 of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, as amended shall apply to any subsequent conveyance or transaction involving the subject lands;
  • the Solicitor for the applicant is to provide an undertaking, whereby he/she informs the Committee in writing, that the lands are being conveyed to an abutting property owner and thus a merger of title will take place, which merger shall include all interests held inclusive or mortgagees interest;
  • the Municipality of Central Elgin be provided with a copy of the Reference Plan;
  • and a drainage reassessment be done if necessary at the owners expense.

The Motion was Carried.

CEP 64-18 Application for a Consent No. E70/18 - Ken Wright, 345 First Street, Port Stanley

Background: - The applicant has filed two consent applications (E69/18, E70/18) concurrently for the purpose of lot additions.

The applicant is proposing to sever a vacant parcel of land with an area of 61.19 m2. It is proposed that the lands to be severed will be conveyed to the abutting lot to the north, municipally known as 342 Erie Street and continue to be used for residential purposes. The applicant is proposing to retain a lot with frontage of 21.03 m on First Street and an area of 1,342.45 m2, containing one dwelling. It is proposed that the retained lands will continue to be used for residential purposes.

A Motion moved by Councillor Carr and seconded by Councillor McNeil that Report CEP.64.18 be received for information; And that the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin has no objections to consent application E70/18 subject to the following conditions:

  • that the lands to be severed be merged in title with the abutting lands to the north (342 Erie Street);
  • that Subsection 3 or 5 of Section 50 of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, as amended shall apply to any subsequent conveyance or transaction involving the subject lands;
  • the Solicitor for the applicant is to provide an undertaking, whereby he/she informs the Committee in writing, that the lands are being conveyed to an abutting property owner and thus a merger of title will take place, which merger shall include all interests held inclusive or mortgagees interest;
  • the Municipality of Central Elgin be provided with a copy of the Reference Plan;
  • and a drainage reassessment be done if necessary at the owners expense.

The Motion was Carried.

CEP 65-18 Application to Amend Village of Port Stanley By-law 1507 - Ryan Featherstone, 509 West Edith Cavell Boulevard

background: - The applicant approached Planning and Municipal staff in 2017 with a proposal to apply to the Elgin County Land Division Committee (LDC) for a consent for the purposes of severing the subject lands into three lots, one containing the existing dwelling and two for future development with single detached dwellings.

The LDC recently convened to deal with the proposed consent application. The application (E19/17) was approved by the LDC on July 25th, 2018 and no appeals were received. The applicant has now requested that Council proceed with consideration of the zoning by-law amendment. It is noted that there were no conditions with the LDC decision that would require any changes to the draft amendment as was presented at the public meeting.

Given that the consent was approved without any objections, it would appear that the neighbours are no longer opposing development of the lands. Staff are recommending that Council support the proposed amendment as it is consistent with the 2014 Provincial Policy Statement, the County of Elgin Official Plan and the Central Elgin Official Plan. The by—law has been placed on the September 24th Council agenda.

A Motion moved by Councillor Crevits and seconded by Councillor Carr that CEP 65-18 Application to Amend Village of Port Stanley By-law 1507 - Ryan Featherstone, 509 West Edith Cavell Boulevard be received for information. The Motion was Carried.

Chief Administrative Officer

CAO 38-18 Application for Exemption to the Noise By-law No. 212, as amended

Background: On August 13th, 2018, a letter was received from the St. Thomas Gun Club requesting exemption from By-law No. 212, being the noise by-law for the Municipality. The exemption is sought to allow for the discharge of firearms prior to 1:00 p.m. on Sundays. This exemption would allow for trap shooting competitions, which have historically taken place on or around the requested dates. Additional Information:

  • The extension from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. will allow an additional four hours on Sundays.
  • The 9:00 a.m. start time would be consistent with what is allowed during other days of the week.
  • Additional noise will be audible by neighbouring residences to the west and south.
  • The applicant was granted the same exemption for several years and complaints have been received by a resident in the area of the Gun Club.

A Motion moved by Councillor Roberts and seconded by Councillor Winkworth that the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin grant an exemption to By-law No.212, being a By-law to control noise in the Municipality of Central Elgin, as amended, to allow the St. Thomas Gun Club to hold their Fall/Winter Trapshooting events commencing at 9:00 a.m. on the following dates: November 25th, 2018 and February 3rd, 2018. The Motion was Carried.

CAO 39-18 August 2018 Monthly Building Report

Permit value for August 2018 - $1,290,000.00
Permit value for August 2017 - $4,097,700.00
Decrease $2,807,700.00

Permit value for year to date (2018) - $33,218,836.00
Permit value for previous year (2017) - $28,691,794.35
Increase $4,527,042.65

Total permits for present year (2018) to date 259
Total permits for previous year (2017) to date 269

Total New Homes for present year (2018) to date 70
Total New Homes for previous year (2017) to date 94

A Motion by Councillor Carr and Seconded by Councillor Crevits that the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin receive report CAO 39-18 - August 2018 Monthly Building Reports as information. The Motion was Carried.

CAO 42-18 Accessibility Plan - 2018 Municipal Elections

Background: - As per Section 12.1(1) of the Municipal Elections Act (MEA), a clerk who is responsible for conducting an election shall have regard to the needs of electors and candidates with disabilities and; as per Section 12.1(2), the clerk shall prepare a plan regarding the identification, removal and prevention of barriers that affect electors and candidates with disabilities and shall make the plan available to the public before voting day in a regular election.

A Motion by Councillor Roberts and Seconded by Councillor Carr that the Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin receive report CAO 42-18 Accessibility Plan - 2018 Municipal Elections as information. The Motion was Carried.

Director of Physical Services

PW 30-18 East Headland Risk Management Measures, Assumption of Responsibility

As Council is aware, as a condition of Harbour Divestiture, the Crown are responsible for performing the necessary Risk Management Measures to assist the municipality in obtaining a Record of Site Condition with the Province of Ontario. With respect to the East Headland (EHL) this work included the removal of issues contributing soils that previously resulted in 'freeproduct' as well as providing a 500 mm thick soft (earthen) cap. The soft cap was undertaken by Golder Construction and topsoil and seeding was completed in June 2018. Since the project completion, the municipality has undertaken watering of the area at the expense of Golder Construction. Staff are please to report that the seed has germinated and has grown well over the past 4 months. A warranty inspection was undertaken on September 13th, 2018 with representatives of Transport Canada, Public Works and Government Services, Golder Construction, and the municipality present. All parties are satisfied with the success of the Risk Management measures that were part of Golder's contract. Based on what was performed and the success of the restoration, staff do not believe there will be any further maintenance issues of the site other than regular routine maintenance similar to what is performed in any municipal park area.

A Motion by Councillor Crevits and Seconded by Councillor McNeil that the Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin receive report PW 30-18 East Headland Risk Management Measures, Assumption of Responsibility as information. And that Council defers said report to the Regular Meeting of Council dated Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 to enable staff to obtain comments from Legal Counsel and report back to Council on that date. The Motion was Carried.

PW 31-18 Solid Waste/Recycling Collection Contract

Background: - Currently the municipality is under contract with Emterra Environmental for the provision of curb side collection of solid waste and recyclables. There is a separate contract between the municipality and the City of Toronto for use of its landfill for the disposal of solid waste. As well there is a contract between the municipality and the City of London for the processing and marketing of recyclables. Staff are not suggesting that these two contracts should change or be revisited at this time.

The current collection contract with Emterra Environmental clearly lays out the scope of work to be performed for the collection and transportation of materials collected at curb side. The contract also lays out what takes place in the event of poor performance and/or missed collections. For each day that there are missed collections there are monetary penalties imposed on the contractor. There have been numerous times that the municipality has imposed these monetary penalties for missed collections over the term of the contract. Over the past 8 months the frequency of missed collections has increased as well as the monetary penalties that have been imposed by the municipality.

Councillor Roberts commented that staff should investigate the possibility of bringing back the green bin curb side collection program in the next collection contract. Mr. Perrin commented that the green bin curb side collection is very expensive program to operate and that the municipality had conducted an investigation of this seven years ago.

A Motion by Councillor Carr and Seconded by Councillor Winkworth that the Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin receive Report PW 31-18 Solid Waste/Recycling Collection Contract as information. And that staff be authorized to provide notification to Emterra Environmental with notice that Central Elgin does not wish to invoke its right to extend the current contract which ends on June 1, 2019. And further that Council approve and direct staff to undertake a competitive public procurement process for the provision of curb side collection services for solid waste and recyclables. The Motion was Carried.

PW 32-18 Garbage Bag Tag Program -2019

A Motion by Councillor Roberts and Seconded by Councillor Carr that Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin confirm that it wishes to proceed with the utilization of Bag Tags for the implementation of bag limits for Solid waste. And that council confirm for 2019 residential properties be provided 64 tags, commercial properties be provided 147 tags and that farm properties be provided 30 tags. And that distribution centers be held on two evenings in Port Stanley and in Belmont and on Saturdays as per Report PW 32-18 Garbage Bag Tag Program - 2019. The Motion was Carried.

Director of Financial Services/Treasurer

DFS 28-18 Request for Tenders CE-006-18 Webber Bourne Reconstruction

That the Council of the Corporation of The Municipality of Central Elgin recommends the award of Tender CE-006-18 to CH Excavating (2013) for a total tendered price of $950,556.60 exclusive of HST; And further that the Council of the Corporation of The Municipality of Central Elgin authorizes the Mayor and CAO/Clerk to sign the contract documents reflected in the bid submission from CH Excavating (2013) and the content of Tender CE-006-18. The Motion was Carried.

Director of Fire Rescue Services/Fire Chief

FS 13-18 Monthly Alarm Activities Report (Aug./18)

That the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin receive this Report as information. The Motion was Carried.

FS 14-18 CEFRS Emergency Response Agreement to Port Bruce

As Council is aware, the Port Bruce Bridge on imperial Road collapsed on February 23“, 2018.

At that time, the Township of Malahide and the County of Elgin approached Central Elgin to request the provision of emergency response assistance to Malahide properties on the south side of the bridge, and in particular the residents of the Village of Port Bruce, until a temporary bridge could be constructed.

It was agreed that Central Elgin Fire Rescue Service, Port Stanley Station, would respond to emergency calls to those properties on the south side of Catfish Creek in Port Bruce, until such time as a temporary bridge be installed for normal access.

As a result of this temporary agreement, the Port Stanley Station responded to 28 Emergency Calls (27 Medicals & 1 Burn Complaint), between February 25th - August 19th, 2018.

An invoice in the amount of $23,884.74 which was forwarded to the CAO for the Township of Malahide for reimbursement of the services provided by the Port Stanley Station first responders.

That the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin receive Report FS 14-18, Central Elgin Fire Rescue Service Emergency Response Agreement to Port Bruce, as information. The Motion was Carried.

By-laws

That By-law 2298, 2299, 2300, 2301, and 2302 be taken collectively. The Motions were read 1st, 2nd, and 3rd time and finally passed collectively.

By-law 2296 ZBA - Wastell Developments Inc. - George Street (deferred from Sept 10) This Motion was Carried by a Unanimous Recorded Vote.

By-law 2298 Confirmatory By-law

By-law 2299 ZBA - Featherstone, West Edith Cavell Blvd.

By-law 2300 Development Agreement - 61 Crescent Ave.

By-law 2301 Gateway Signage - Reduced Speed

By-law 2302 Being a By-law to Execute an Agreement with Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada respecting the Zoning of the Use of Lands Adjacent to or in the Vicinity of an Airport/Heliport

Public Notice

1. River Road Road Allowance

Take notice that the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin intends to pass a by-law to close and sell part of the Road Allowance between Lots 14 and 15, Range South of Lake Road, River Road, Geographic Township of Southwold, more particularly described as Part 1, Reference Plan 11R-10272;

And to sell Part 1 to the westerly abutting property owner.

And further take notice that Council has scheduled a meeting for 7:30 pm on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 to be held in the Council Chambers of the Elgin County Administration Building, 450 Sunset Drive, Central Elgin to hear any person, or by his/her counsel, solicitor or agent, who wishes to make representation respecting the proposed by-law. The Council shall only hold such hearing for applications received by the Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk on or before Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018.

2. Edith Street Name Change

Take notice that the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin intends to pass a by-law to rename the existing public highway, now known as Edith Street, as MacKenzie Lane.

And further take notice that Council will hear any person, or by his/her counsel, solicitor or agent, who wishes to make representation respecting the proposed by-law at its regular meeting scheduled for 7:30 pm on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 in the Council Chambers of the Elgin County Administration Building, 450 Sunset Drive, Central Elgin. The Council shall only hold such hearing for applications received by the Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk on or before Wednesday, October, 2018.

Resolutions

New Business

Unfinished Business

Closed Session - Council went into Closed Session at 8:32 P.M.

CS1 A Proposed of Pending Acquisition or Disposition of Land (s.239(2)(c)) - Port Stanley Fire Station (verbal update)

CS2 Labour Relations or Employee Negotiations (239(2)(d)) - Manager of Financial Services

Adjournment


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