Planning and Development Council Decision(s)

August 6, 2019

 

 


AGENDA ITEM(S)

 

1.

Halton District School Board Surplus School Site on Nautical Boulevard

 

 

-           Report from Legal Department, July 9, 2019

 

 

That the report from the Legal Department dated July 9, 2019, titled “Halton District School Board Surplus School Site on Nautical Boulevard” be received and the Town not express interest in the surplus lands.

 

 

2.

Public Meeting Report - Zoning Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision - 157 Cross Avenue

File No.: Z. 1614.73 and 24T-19002/1614

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services Department, July 15, 2019

 

 

1.

That the public meeting report prepared by the Planning Services Department dated July 15, 2019, be received.

 

2.

That comments from the public with respect to the proposed Zoning amendment submitted by Can-China Real Capital Inc. (File No.: Z.1614.73 and 24T-19002/1614), be received.

 

3.

That analysis of the following matters of interest to Council be included as part of the recommendation report:

 

a)    Staff are to review how other development along the GO line are establishing parking rates, traffic demand management and other measures to promote the use of public transit.

b)    Staff are to review the timing of the various proposed road projects in Mid-Town and the timing of the proposed development.

c)    Staff are to consider the context of Mid-Town with respect to green space and the proposed development.

d)    Staff are to review and consider the concerns expressed in the letter received from the abutting land owner.

e)    Staff are to consider how Bill 108 will impact this proposal.

f)     Staff are to consider how the Provincially proposed mobility hubs will impact this proposal.

g)    Staff are to confirm/explain the reasons for the proposed Holding provisions.

 

 

3.

Lakeshore Road West Class Environmental Assessment Update

 

 

-           Report from Engineering and Construction Department and Planning Services Department, July 15, 2019

 

 

1.

That the Report entitled “Lakeshore Road West Class Environmental Assessment Update” from the Engineering and Construction Department and Planning Services Department dated July 15, 2019 be received;

 

2.

That staff be directed to undertake a Scenic Corridor Study for Lakeshore Road West, Lakeshore Road East and Trafalgar Road (south of Cornwall Road); and

 

3.

That staff be directed to further amend the Lakeshore Road West Class Environmental Assessment scope and work plan to incorporate findings of the Scenic Corridor Study for Lakeshore Road West.

 

 

4.

Parking Management Update

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services, Engineering & Construction & Municipal Enforcement Departments,
July 15, 2019

 

 

1.

That Council endorse the direction contained in the report from the Planning Services, Engineering & Construction & Municipal Enforcement Departments dated July 15th, 2019 entitled Parking Management Update and direct staff to report back to Council with a terms of reference for a parking management response; and

 

2.

That staff be authorized to make immediate parking improvements to North Oakville as identified in Appendix A of the report from the Planning Services Engineering & Construction & Municipal Enforcement Departments dated July 15th, 2019 entitled Parking Management Update.

 

 

5.

Halton Integrated Growth Management Strategy (IGMS): an Oakville planning staff discussion paper

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services Department, July 15, 2019

 

 

That the report titled “Halton Integrated Growth Management Strategy (IGMS): an Oakville planning staff discussion paper” be received.

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Notice of Intention to Designate - 3020 Post Road

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services Department, July 15, 2019

 

 

That notice be issued under section 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act of the intention to designate the property at 3020 Post Road, which contains the Jordan Munn House.

 

 

7.

Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations

 

 

-           Report from Legal Services Department, Financial Planning Department, and Planning Services Department, July 26, 2019

 

 

1.

That the report titled “Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations,” dated July 26, 2019, be endorsed and submitted to the Province, along with the Council resolution, as the Town of Oakville’s comments on the proposed regulations that have been provided to date.

 

2.

That the Province be requested to consult with municipalities prior to issuing final regulations associated with Bill 108, and provide responses to the questions submitted by the Town of Oakville attached as Appendix A.

 

3.

That the comments within the report titled “Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations,” dated July 26, 2019, related to the proposed regulations under the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Act, 2017, be endorsed as the Town of Oakville’s response to Proposal No.
19-MAG007.

 

4.

That the comments within the report titled “Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations,” dated July 26, 2019, related to the proposed new regulation and regulation changes under the Planning Act, be endorsed as the Town of Oakville’s response to ERO No. 019-0181.

 

5.

That the comments within the report titled “Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations,” dated July 26, 2019, related to the proposed regulation changes under the Development Charges Act, be endorsed as the Town of Oakville’s response to ERO No. 019-0184, and submitted to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing prior to the August 21, 2019 commenting deadline.

 

6.

That the comments within the report titled “Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations,” dated July 26, 2019, related to the proposed community benefits authority under the Planning Act, be endorsed as the Town of Oakville’s response to ERO No. 019-0183, and submitted to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing prior to the August 21, 2019 commenting deadline.

 

7.

That the Town Clerk forward a link to the report titled “Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act – Proposed Regulations,” dated July 26, 2019, along with the Council resolution, to Halton’s Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs), Halton Region, the City of Burlington, the Town of Halton Hills, the Town of Milton, and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) for information.

 

8.

That staff be authorized to make submissions to the Province in response to any other proposals related to Bill 108, More Homes, More Choice Act, 2019, should the Province’s commenting deadline preclude a prior report to Council.

 

 

8.

Proposed land exchange with the Halton Sikh Cultural Association

 

 

-           Report from Legal Department, August 1, 2019

 

 

That the report entitled “Proposed land exchange with the Halton Sikh Cultural Association”, from the Legal Department, dated August 1, 2019, be deferred.

 

 

9.

Recommendation Report, Zoning By-law Amendment, Acclaim Health and Community Care Services, 2250 Speers Road, Z.1628.01

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services Department, July 26, 2019

 

 

1.

That the Recommendation Report, Zoning By-law Amendment, Acclaim Health and Community Care Services, 2250 Speers Road, Z.1628.01,  dated July 26, 2019, be received; and

 

2.

That Planning Staff be directed to bring forward a report in September, 2019 that would allow Council to consider a Temporary Use By-law permitting the proposed Dementia Care facility at 2250 Speers Road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.

Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee (July 23, 2019)

 

 

That the following recommendations pertaining to Items 6a and 6b of the Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee minutes from its meeting on July 23, 2019, be approved and the remainder of the minutes be received:

 

 

6a.

Heritage Permit Application HP029/19-42.20W 274 William Street - Replacement of windows

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services Department,

July 10, 2019

 

 

1.

That Heritage Permit Application HP029/19-42.20W for the replacement of wood windows at 274 William Street, as attached in Appendix B to the report dated July 10, 2019 from Planning Services, be approved; and

 

2.

That this heritage permit expire two years from the date of final approval by Council.

 

 

 

b.

Heritage Permit Application HP031/19-42.20T - 420 Trafalgar Road -New Addition

 

 

-           Report from Planning Services Department,

July 10, 2019

 

 

1.

That Heritage Permit Application HP031/19-42.20T for the construction of a new addition at 420 Trafalgar Road, as attached in Appendix B to the report dated July 10, 2019 from Planning Services, be approved subject to the following:

 

a.

That the dormer windows on the front elevation match the existing fenestration;

 

b.

That final details on the new garage doors, windows and colours be submitted to Heritage Planning staff for final approval before installation;

 

2.

That this heritage permit expire two years from the date of final approval by Council.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C-1.

LPAT Hearing - Martillac Estates Inc. and Graydon Banning Ltd. - PL170735/PL170737

 

 

-           Confidential Report from Legal Department, July 26, 2019

-           Confidential Memorandum from Legal Department, August 2, 2019

 

 

That staff be authorized to proceed in the LPAT appeals of applications filed by Graydon Banning Ltd. (PL170737) and Martillac Estates Inc. (PL170735) in accordance with the report from the Legal Department dated July 26, 2019 and the confidential memorandum from the Legal Department, dated
August 2, 2019 to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Community Development and Town Solicitor or designates.

 

 

C-2.

Uptown Core Roads and Parkland

 

 

-           Confidential Report from Legal Department, July 26, 2019

-           Confidential Memorandum from Legal Department, August 6, 2019

 

 

That staff be authorized to proceed as set out in the confidential report from the Legal Department, dated July 26, 2019 and the confidential memorandum from the Legal Department, dated August 6, 2019.

 

 

REQUESTS FOR REPORTS

 

Tannery Park/Waterworks Park Promenade Lighting Concerns

 

That staff be directed to report to Council in the last quarter of 2019 on the lighting concerns of Tannery Park/Waterworks Park Promenade, and to provide recommendations in order to move forward with this project.

 

 

CONSIDERATION AND READING OF BY-LAWS

 

That the following by-law(s) be passed:

 

2019-084

A by-law to declare that certain land is not subject to part lot control (Block 541, Plan 20M-1160 - Ankara Realty Limited).

 

 

2019-087

A by-law to confirm the proceedings of a meeting of Council.