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):
- Annual Building Permit revenues and expenses
- Sign variance for a ground sign at 1100 Walker’s Line
- Sign variance for a ground sign at 900 Walker’s Line
- Removal of four City trees at 1071 Gallagher Road (Aldershot Tennis Club)
- Sustainable Development Committee Annual Report
- 2016 Emerald Ash Borer action plan
- LED street light conversion program
- Joseph Brant Museum Transformation Project (See article here: Museum seeks design funding from reserves)
Removal of 514 Pearl Street (The Hughes Cleaver House) from Municipal Register for Demolition (See article here: 514 Pearl recommended for designation)
- Memo requesting pilot for private tree by-law in Roseland (6:30 pm) (See article here: Tree bylaw proposed)
Report providing enhanced cycling infrastructure options for New Street (6:30 pm) (See article here: Feedback on cycling options due March 15)
- Rezoning application to permit a restaurant at 1510 North Service Road
- 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)