City Hall: May 28-June 1 2012

May 28, 1:00 pm. Finance & Administrative Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/JEG8h0
#11 – Recommendation to update downtown parking study.
#12 – Renewal of agreement with London Economic Development Corportation.
#13 – Authorization to issue $70M debenture.
May 28, 4 pm. Planning & Environment Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/KLIrZd
#17 – 779, 781 and 783 Richmond Street. Staff have concerns about the limited parking on the site for proposed uses.
#22 – Staff recommendation to designate the property at 1576 Richmond St. under Ontario Heritage Act.
May 29, 4 pm. Civic Works Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/KUHHT5
#6 – Awarding Tender for Wonderland Rd. N. improvements.
#9 – Information report – status update re:Ontario Traffic Manual Book 15 – changes to pedestrian crossings.
#11 – Environmental Study Report – Class EA recommendations for widening of Sunningdale Road – Wonderland to Adelaide.
May 29, 7:00 pm. Community Services Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/JD4vXK
#3 – Delegation of Westminster Ponds area resident requesting a multi-use pathway to connect through to Adelaide St.
#4 – Staff recommending a public meeting be held on June 19 for the purpose of hearing feedback from the community on special events – amplified sound and hours of operation.

City Hall: May 22-25, 2012

May 22, 5:00 pm, Council. Full Agenda: http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
#1 – 5:05 pm. Council convenes at Strategic Priorities & Policy Cte. representing shareholders of London Hydro. Purpose is to hear London Hydro Annual Report: http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Finance & Admin. Report. Recommendations are straight forward. To acess report: http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Civic Works Cte Report. Recommendations are fairly straightforward. One item that may be of interest is # 21 – the recommendation for shared utility service model. http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Planning & Environment Report. Recommendations straightforward. Of interest may be #5 – McCormick Area Study Economic Analysis and #7 – Urban Forest Effects Analysis. http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Community Services Cte. Report. A recommendation that may generate discussion is #4 – Summit baseball logo. http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Strategic Priorities & Policy Cte. Report. A number of interesting background report include: Development charges background, strategic framework for non-profits, southwest area servicing strategy and growth. http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Investment & Economic Prosperity Cte. Report. The framework for establishing an economic baseline and citizen engagement in this process. http://bit.ly/J4B8fp
Public Safety Cte. Report. Item of interest is the nuisance by-law. http://bit.ly/J4B8fp

City Hall: May 14-18, 2012

IMO – Items to watch on city hall agendas this week.
May 14, 4:00 pm. Civic Works Committee
: Full agenda: http://bit.ly/KdvCME
#3 – Report on Dundas St. redevelopment. Recommending a scoping project to work out logistics.
#17 – LTC Annual report including trasit services changes to 7 routes.
#21 – Update shared Utilities Model

May 14, 7:00 pm. Community Services Committee: Full agenda: http://bit.ly/J1hiI1
#4 – Response from Summit baseball team regarding the “London Rippers” logo. They are not interested in changing the logo.

May 17, 3:00 – 5:00 pm. Special Council Meeting. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/JkjncE

City Hall: May 7-11 2012

Items of Interest on Committee Agenda’s
May 7, 1:00 pm. Finance & Administrative Services Committee. Full Report: http://bit.ly/IOZiMZ
# 4 – Renewal of various city and county municipal service agreements. Arbitration decisions in other regions may have an impact on funds. Since annexation, 1993, the city has paid $1 million to county and would like to exit this agreement: http://bit.ly/KjltLB
#5 – The provincial budget included a deferral of previously scheduled tax cuts on the education portion of business property tax portion. This change translates into a $10 million dollar deferral for commercial and industrial properties in London: http://bit.ly/L97o6n

May 7, 4:00 pm. Planning & Environment Committee. Full report: http://bit.ly/IujZM1
#5 – Economic Analysis of the McCormick Area Plan: http://bit.ly/J26kOq & http://bit.ly/IMuGMV
#7 – Summary of the Urban Forest & development of Urban Forest Strategy: http://bit.ly/IK4tS9
#15 – Installation of Sanitary Trunk Sewer within buffer zone of a Provincially Significant Wetland: http://bit.ly/IBNiAa

May 8, 3:30 pm. Investment & Economic Prosperity Committee. Full report: http://bit.ly/Jk12Nx
#5 – 3:40 pm – delegation of city treasurer to discuss establishing the economic baseline: http://bit.ly/Iukkyc & http://bit.ly/IuknKh
#6 – 4:10 pm – delegation regarding communication and engagement for economic prosperity plan: http://bit.ly/IQSTo9

May 10, 3:00 pm. Public Safety Committee. Full report: http://bit.ly/KmNeqm
#2 – Public Nuisance By-law: http://bit.ly/Izx0sN