Committee of the Whole Meeting

Council Chambers
225 East Beaver Creek Road
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Chair, Godwin Chan, Regional and Local Councillor
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  • a) That Staff Report SRPI.23.008, including the Draft Town Park Master Plan (Attachment A), be received, and that all comments be referred back to staff.

  • a) That the Ontario Land Tribunal be advised that Council does not support the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications submitted by 4Q Commercial WP Inc. for lands known as Lots 4, 6 and Block A, Registered Plan 1642 (Municipal Addresses: 11160 and 11172 Yonge Street), City Files D01-20013 and D02-20025, for the primary reasons outlined in Staff Report SRPI.23.023;

    b) That appropriate City staff be directed to appear at the Ontario Land Tribunal in support of Council’s position concerning the subject applications and appeals; and,

    c) That City staff and the applicant continue discussions towards a resolution of the outstanding appeals and the submission of a revised development proposal that is supportable and represents good planning.

  • a) That the flag raising request for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Awareness Day on May 17, 2023, be approved in the City of Richmond Hill.