D&I March 22: cycling options for New St; Roseland tree bylaw; heritage designation 514 Pearl; and more

Streetscape in Roseland, showing abundance of mature trees.
Streetscape in Roseland, showing abundance of mature trees.

Below is a complete list of items coming to the city’s Development & Infrastructure Committee March 22, 1 pm & 6:30 pm (where noted), along with summaries and in some cases links to expanded articles that provide more information and My Take.

Recommendations from this meeting to go City Council April 11, 6:30 pm for final approval.

The agenda with all of the reports below can be accessed here: Development & Infrastructure Agenda March 22

Agendas, minutes and webcasts of committee and council meetings are here: Agendas & Minutes

Residents can speak at these meetings if they Register as a Delegation in advance; no preregistration is required for the items on the Public Meeting portion of the agenda.

Consent Agenda (routine items; no debate/discussion expected):

  1. Annual Building Permit revenues and expenses
  2. Sign variance for a ground sign at 1100 Walker’s Line
  3. Sign variance for a ground sign at 900 Walker’s Line
  4. Removal of four City trees at 1071 Gallagher Road (Aldershot Tennis Club)
  5. Sustainable Development Committee Annual Report
  6. 2016 Emerald Ash Borer action plan
  7. LED street light conversion program

Regular Agenda:

Rendering of the Joseph Brant expansion.
Rendering of the Joseph Brant expansion.
  1. Joseph Brant Museum Transformation Project (See article here: Museum seeks design funding from reserves)

  2. Removal of 514 Pearl Street (The Hughes Cleaver House) from Municipal Register for Demolition (See article here: 514 Pearl recommended for designation)

514 Pearl St10. Removal of 4465 Walker’s Line (The Van Norman – Sinclair House and Farm) from Municipal Register for Demolition

  1. Memo requesting pilot for private tree by-law in Roseland (6:30 pm) (See article here: Tree bylaw proposed)

  2. Report providing enhanced cycling infrastructure options for New Street (6:30 pm) (See article here: Feedback on cycling options due March 15)

Public Meetings:

  1. Rezoning application to permit a restaurant at 1510 North Service Road
Dawn Victoria West Elevation
Dawn Victoria West Elevation
  1. Statutory Public Meeting- Rezoning Application for 2384 Queensway Drive (Habitat for Humanity Halton) (See article here: March 22: Have your say on rezoning application for 2384 Queensway Drive (Habitat for Humanity)

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

I was inspired to seek public office because I believe, like so many of you, “I can do something about that” on the issues we face. As councilor, my role is to take a stand on what’s best for residents and go to bat for it. Pushback is inevitable from those who don’t have the community’s interests at heart. I will stand with you and for you, to achieve the best interests of our city, without caving to unacceptable compromise in the name of consensus.

What's your take?

514 Pearl recommended for heritage designation

Transit users forum April 2