MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA NO December 19, At 1:00 p.m.

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1 MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA NO December 19, 2011 Page At 1:00 p.m. 1. CALL TO ORDER AND DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST 2. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA 1. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA RECOMMENDED: THAT the content of the Agenda be approved as presented. 3. ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES Re: Council Meeting No December 12, 2011 RECOMMENDED: THAT the minutes of Council Meeting No , December 12, 2011 approved as printed and circulated. 4. PUBLIC MEETING File: Z & 41CD Ontario Inc. (Tim Arnold) Plan D13 Pt Unit 39 (RP 3R3018 Part 1) (Eastnor) 104 Tamarac Road Roll # Plan D13 Units 9 & 10, Pt Unit 40 & RP 3R1962 Part 1 (Eastnor) Roll # THAT the zone amendment application Z for the property described 104 Tamarac Road, Plan D13 Unit 39 (RP 3R3018 Part), Unit 9, 10, Pt Unit 40 and RP 3R1962 Pt 1 (Eastnor) BE APPROVED; Page 1 of 168

2 Page Council Meeting No Agenda December 19, 2011] 4. PUBLIC MEETING 5. DELEGATION AND THAT the necessary by-laws be forwarded to Council for adoption upon confirmation of receipt of an executed site plan agreement RE: Parks and Recreation Master Plan 6. CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA ITEMS Public Works Department Report PW RE: Tobermory Sewage System Back-up Pump THAT Council receives and reviews Public Works Report No as information as it relates to the Tobermory Sewage System; and THAT Council, pending discussions and comments from today s review, authorizes the purchase of a submersible pump to be used as back-up to the current system; and THAT Council approves the quote received from Advanced Pump Repair Services Inc. in the amount of $25, excluding HST, to supply the required apparatus for this venture; and THAT Council includes the cost of the pump in the 2012 budget. 2. Public Works Department Report PW RE: Waste Collection Contract THAT Council receives and reviews Public Works Report No as information as it relates to the current Waste Collection Contract; and THAT Council authorizes the Public Works Manager to re-negotiate with the Contractor if the volume of waste or additional areas to be serviced has a major change; and THAT Council authorizes the Mayor and Clerk to enter into such an agreement for a one (1) year term at a cost of $140, plus HST, a 3% increase over the 2011 contract price; and THAT Council supports the passage of By-Law , being a By-Law to Page 2 of 168

3 Page Council Meeting No Agenda December 19, 2011] 6. CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA ITEMS authorize an agreement for contract waste collection services, at its regular meeting on Monday, December 19, Public Works Department Report PW RE: Renewal of Contract with Miller Waste Systems for Waste Disposal Services and Disposal Bins THAT Council receives and reviews Public Works Report No as it relates to a contract renewal with Miller Waste Systems for disposal bins; and THAT Council pending discussions and comments from today s review, recommends entering into an agreement with Miller Waste Systems for disposal bins for a one (1) year term; and THAT Council supports the passage of By-Law , being a By-Law to authorize an agreement for waste disposal services and disposal bins, at its regular meeting on Monday, December 19, Public Works Department Report PW RE: Renewal of Recycling Contract with Miller Waste Systems THAT Council receives and reviews Public Works Report No as it relates to the renewal of the Recycling Contract with Miller Waste Systems; and THAT Council pending discussions and comments from today s review, recommends entering into an agreement with Miller Waste Systems for recycling collection services for a one (1) year term at a cost of $58,310.24; and THAT Council supports the passage of By-Law , being a By-Law to authorize an agreement for waste disposal services for collection, removal and disposal of recyclable materials, at its regular meeting on Monday, December 19, Public Works Department Report PW RE: Cape Hurd/Dunks Bay Hydrology Study THAT Council receives and reviews Public Works Report No as it relates to the Dunks Bay/Cape Hurd Road drainage system; and THAT Council, pending discussions and comments from today s review, recommends that the cost of approximately $20,000 for the Hydrology Study and estimated $10,000 for Detailed Design of the Surface Water Management Infrastructure be considered in the 2012 budget. Page 3 of 168

4 Page Council Meeting No Agenda December 19, 2011] 6. CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA ITEMS Chief Building Officials Report CBO RE: November 2011 Building Reports THAT Council receives the November 2011 Building Report, as information. 7. Treasurer Report No. TR Re: 2012 Budget Timetable Recommended: THAT Council receives Treasurer's Report No, TR as information regarding a timetable for drafting the 2012 Municipal Budget. 8. Chief Administrative Officer's Report CAO RE: Posting of No Parking signs from Front Street to Maple Golf Crescent along Highway 6 THAT the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula hereby requests that the Ministry of Transportation post both sides of Highway 6 from Front Street to Maple Golf Crescent in Tobermory, as No Parking. 9. History Committee (Northern Area) Re: Meeting No , December 7, 2011 Minutes THAT Council adopts History Committee (Northern Area) Minutes, Meeting No , December 7, OTHER BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE RECOMMENDED: THAT the correspondence be received for information, as printed and circulated. READING OF BY-LAWS RECOMMENDED: THAT the following listed by-laws be given 1st, 2nd, and 3rd reading, and enacted: READING OF BY-LAWS Page 4 of 168

5 Page Council Meeting No Agenda December 19, 2011] READING OF BY-LAWS BEING A BY-LAW TO LICENCE, REGULATE AND GOVERN OWNERS AND DRIVERS OF TAXICABS AND MOTOR OR OTHER VEHICLES USED FOR HIRE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA BEING A BY-LAW TO AMEND SCHEDULE A TO BY-LAW NO , AS AMENDED, BEING A BY-LAW TO SET FEES AND CHARGES FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE AN AGREEMENT FOR CONTRACT WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE AN AGREEMENT FOR WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES AND DISPOSAL BINS BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE AN AGREEMENT FOR WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES FOR COLLECTION, REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS BEING A BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2011 CLOSED SESSION RECOMMENDED: THAT Council move into closed meeting pursuant to Section 239 (1)(2)(e) of The Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, for the following reasons: 1) litigation or potential litigation including matters before administrative tribunals affecting the Municipality or local board (Julian shoreline dispute) RECONVENE FROM "CLOSED SESSION" TO RESUME COUNCIL MEETING 12. ADJOURNMENT Page 5 of 168

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29 Page 29 of 168 Draft Parks & Recreation Master Plan Council Presentation December 19, 2011

30 Page 30 of 168 Present the Draft Master Plan and concept for the Lion s Head & District Community Centre. Receive your feedback so that we can begin finalizing the Master Plan and present back to the public and Council. Purpose of this Presentation

31 Page 31 of 168 Research & Consultation Phase Needs Assessment Phase Finalization Phase Public Awareness Background Research Demographics & Trends Online Survey Stakeholder Survey & Interviews Search Conference Park & Facility Needs Assessment Service Delivery Assessment Draft Master Plan Council Presentation Public Open Houses Council Presentation Final Recreation Services Plan Provides a road map for the Municipality s parks and recreation system Recommendations span a ten year period to 2021 The Parks & Recreation Master Plan

32 Page 32 of 168 Permanent Population 4,100 3,900 3,700 3,500 3,300 3,100 2,900 2,700 2,718 3,292 3,500 3,599 3,850 3,818 3,933 3,933 2, Year 3,818 estimated permanent residents, seasonal residents could be as much as twice that 115 new permanent residents by 2021 (0.3% annual growth) Median Age of 54 is higher than County (45) and Province (39) Median income recorded by the Census is lower than that of the County and Province Education generally on par Key Demographic Considerations

33 Page 33 of 168 Lack of time affecting participation Demands for drop-in, spontaneous activities Multi-use instead of single purpose facilities Volunteers are facing challenges Sophisticated customers are generating new expectations for service Balancing affordability with fiscal responsibility Regional Trends in Parks & Recreation

34 Page 34 of 168 Resident Survey Community Search Conference Stakeholder Survey Key Informant Interviews Written Submissions Public Open Houses (to be scheduled) Consultations Conducted

35 Page 35 of 168 The natural beauty of the Municipality is valued Walking and hiking are popular, placing importance on trails 9 out of 10 most popular surveyed activities are drop-in by nature Residents see a need for more facilities, though user groups are generally satisfied with availability Key Themes from Consultations

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37 Page 37 of 168 Be a facilitator by focusing on core facilities and encourage others to provide non-core services To encourage community development: Community Development Undertake a Volunteer Management Strategy Encourage groups to build on their strengths to develop their internal capacity/sustainability Create a standardized framework for evaluating partnership requests Work with others to offer lowto-no cost activities

38 Page 38 of 168 Define minimum annual contributions to capital reserve funds dedicated to parks and recreation Initiate a Staffing Review & Succession Planning Strategy, and continue professional development initiatives Continue to focus on customer service and use of technology Implement the Accessibility Plans Create a Recreation & Cultural Services Guide Departmental Operations

39 Page 39 of 168 Consider a splash pad and skateboard park in Lion s Head and/or Tobermory Repair the basketball court at School Bell Park and consider a new court in Lion s Head No new sports fields but maintain existing fields in a manner that facilitates high quality play Outdoor Recreation Facilities

40 Page 40 of 168 Expand the Lion s Head & District Community Centre to include: Improved accessibility including new change rooms Older adult space to integrate and replace the Friendship Club building Wellness studio Additional meeting and multipurpose spaces Library Branch (the need for the space and required size should be confirmed by a detailed library study) Indoor Recreation Facilities

41 Page 41 of 168 Examine how community halls can be adapted to offer broader ranges of usage Creating spaces for community-based delivery of programs such as wellness, arts and culture, business meetings, etc. Explore alternative uses or operating scenarios that are appropriate for Rotary Hall, given that its recreational function is duplicated by the Lion s Head Community Centre Indoor Recreation Facilities

42 Page 42 of 168 Explore partnerships with private sector indoor pool operators Discuss reciprocal agreements with the School Board to gain better and more affordable access to gyms Work with other youthserving agencies to determine how spaces in the community can be better adapted to meet the needs of local youth Indoor Recreation Facilities

43 Page 43 of 168 Parkland System Define a parkland classification system in the Official Plan Neighbourhood and Community Parks, Open Space Adopt a service level of 4 hectares of parks per 1,000 residents Necessitates 1.4 ha by 2021 Explore opportunities to acquire waterfront park parcels to provide beaches, connect trails, etc. Undertake a Marina Study to determine need for slips, staff allocation, building expansion, etc.

44 Page 44 of 168 Parkland System Undertake a Trail or Active Transportation Master Plan Design comfortable, safe and enjoyable parks and trails to encourage use shade, benches, lighting, etc. Ensure parks and facilities are consistently signed (branding) Incorporate natural and indigenous vegetation into active parkland

45 Page 45 of 168 Next Steps Receive Council s feedback on the Draft Master Plan Revise the Master Plan Schedule Public Open Houses (2) Finalize Master Plan and present back to Council for consideration

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