Council Meeting
Revised Agenda

C#35-20
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(Electronic Meeting pursuant to Section 238(3.3) of the Municipal Act, 2001)
His Worship
Mayor Dave Barrow
 
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  • a) That the minutes of Heritage Richmond Hill meeting HRH#03-20 held June 9, 2020 be adopted.

(Staff report SRPRS.20.107 is attached for Council's reference)

  • That the Heritage Richmond Hill Committee recommends to Council:

    a) That a Heritage Grant of $3,517, to a potential maximum of $5,000, be approved towards the cost of replacing windows in the Ontario Heritage Act Part V designated structure located at 26 Gormley Court, as outlined in staff report SRPRS.20.107.

  • a) That staff report SRPRS.20.110 be received and that the Deeming By-law Applications submitted by Anix Developments Inc. and Italo Magnifico for the lands known as Blocks 171 and 172, Plan 65M-3711 (Municipal Addresses: 38 and 40 Verdi Road), City Files D27-20001 and D27-20002 be approved, subject to the following:

    (i) That the Deeming By-laws be brought forward to a regular meeting of Council for consideration and enactment in the form of the draft by-laws attached as Appendix “A” and Appendix “B” to staff report SRPRS.20.110.

  • a) That staff report SRPRS.20.115 with respect to a Site Plan application submitted by Highyon Development No. 118 LP and Highyon GP No. 118 Corp. for lands known as Part of Lots 11 and 12, Plan 1960 (Municipal Addresses: 9113 and 9125 Bathurst Street), City File D06-19055, be received and that all comments be referred back to staff;

    b) That the authority to assign 55.67 persons equivalent of additional servicing allocation to the proposed development to be constructed on the subject lands be delegated to the Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services subject to the criteria in the City’s Interim Growth Management Strategy, and that the assigned servicing allocation be released in accordance with the provisions of By-law 109-11.

  • a) That staff report SRPRS.20.119 be received and that the request made by Dormer Bond Inc. to deregister the Site Plan Agreement made between The Corporation of the City of Richmond Hill and Lina Lenuzza for lands known as Lots 68 to 71 and Part of Lots 72 and 73, Plan 136 (Municipal Addresses: 12850, 12860, 12864, 12868, 12874 and 12890 Yonge Street and 1, 3 and 5 Bond Crescent), City File D06-20030, be approved;

    b) That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute a Termination Agreement with Dormer Bond Inc. upon the written recommendation of the Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services.

  • a) That staff report SRPRS.20.120 be received and that the request made by Dormer Bond Inc. to deregister the Site Plan Agreement made between The Corporation of the City of Richmond Hill and Lina Lenuzza for lands known as Lots 68 to 71 and Part of Lots 72 and 73, Plan 136 (Municipal Addresses: 12850, 12860, 12864, 12868, 12874 and 12890 Yonge Street and 1, 3 and 5 Bond Crescent), City File D06-20031, be approved;

    b) That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute a Termination Agreement with Dormer Bond Inc. upon the written recommendation of the Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services.

  • a) That the draft Plan of Condominium application submitted by Fifth Avenue (King North) Inc. for lands known as Part of Block 1, Plan 65M-4651 (Municipal Addresses: 3, 5, 7 and 9 McCachen Street and 300 King Road), City File D05-19003, be draft approved, subject to the following:

      1. that draft approval be subject to the conditions as set out in Appendix “A” to staff report SRPRS.20.127;
      2. that prior to draft approval being granted, the applicant pay the applicable processing fee in accordance with the City’s Tariff of Fees By-law;
      3. that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the Condominium Agreement referred to in Appendix “A” to staff report SRPRS.20.127, if requested to do so.
  • a)That the Zoning By-law Amendment application submitted by Vivian Risi for lands known as Part of Lot 1, Plan 3403 (Municipal Address: 2A Roosevelt Drive), City File D02-19009 (related City File D06-19034), be approved, subject to the following:

    1. that the amending Zoning By-law establish site specific development standards as outlined in Staff Report SRPRS.20.114; and,
    2. that the amending Zoning By-law be brought forward to Council for consideration and enactment.
  • a) That the proposed draft Plan of Condominium application submitted by Primont Homes (Bayview) Inc., for lands known as Block 1, Registered Plan 65M-4628 (Municipal Addresses: 0 19th Avenue and 5 Glen Meadow Lane), City File: D05-15001, be draft approved, subject to the following:

    i) that draft approval be subject to the conditions as set out in Appendix “A” to staff report SRPRS.20.068;

    ii) that prior to draft approval being granted, the applicant pay the applicable processing fee in accordance with the City’s Tariff of Fees By-law.

(Not previously proclaimed in the City of Richmond Hill)

  • a) That September 8, 2020 be proclaimed as a day of recognition for the Macedonian Community in the City of Richmond Hill. 

(Not previously proclaimed in the City of Richmond Hill)

  • a) That September 21 to 27, 2020 be proclaimed as Rail Safety Week in the City of Richmond Hill. 

  • a) That the correspondence from Jim Brancato, property owner for lands located at the westerly end of Montano Court, dated August 24, 2020, regarding a request for driveway access, be received.

  • a) That the correspondence from Gloria Marsh, York Region Environmental Alliance, dated September 7, 2020, regarding Boulevard Grass Cutting Exemption Application to By-law 31-19, be received.

  • a) That staff report SRCS.20.26 regarding the Grass and Weed By-law 31-19, Exemption Request, be received.

    b) That the request for 1 and 2 Debonair Street to be exempted from the Grass and Weeds By-law requirement to maintain adjoining municipal boulevards, be denied.

Moved by:  Regional and Local Councillor Perrelli

  • Whereas, the condominium corporation at 255 Shaftsbury Avenue consists of 67 units with a single car garage and single car driveway, located across from Elgin West Community Centre; and

    Whereas, given the maturing of the complex, and aging of its residents, a number of owners have seen their children grow and these children, while residing at home, now also have vehicles; and

    Whereas, Percel Inc., the property management company for the condominium corporation, is requesting assistance while they are looking into adding additional rentable parking; and

    Whereas, Percel Inc. anticipates there will only be 10-12 cars at any time;

    Now Therefore Be It Resolved:

    That the City allow residents of 255 Shaftsbury Avenue to temporary park their additional vehicles in the Elgin West Community Centre parking lot until January 2, 2021 or when the community centre reopens; and

    That residents understand a monthly permit fee be charged and permits will need to be displayed at all times.

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