Dec. 2, 4:00 pm. Investment & Economic Prosperity Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1is9SOO
#3 – Potential for the city to acquire an important piece of public art.
#5 – Partnership recommended for both parties to prepare a joint submission regarding a Performing Arts Centre
#7 – Sunfest request for funding
Dec. 3, 2:00 pm. Strategic Priorities & Policy Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1ilPajt
#2 – Release of the 2014 Budget (Full budget document will be posted on www.london.ca once released)
Dec. 3. 4:00 pm. Council. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1b9002y
The agenda is fairly straight forward. May be an early evening.
Dec. 5, 3:30 pm. Audit Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/IwsHQ1
#3 – Update on IT audit recommendations
#4 – Audit report on Recreation user fees
#5 – Audit report on risk assessment
Nov. 25, 4:00 pm. Civic Works Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/17NWSyk
#7 – Update on waste diversion and garbage collection
Nov. 25, 7:00 pm. Community & Protective Services Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/I7XfZb
A number of information items on agenda
Nov. 26 1:00 pm. Corporate Services. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/I6MI0b
#6 – Council support update
Nov. 26, 4:00 pm. Planning & Environment Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/18ckgG4
#11 – Very complicated application in rural settlement outside urban growth boundary
#13 – Land Needs Background Study not recommending any change to the urban growth boundary
#14 – Recommendation to adopt policies with respect to secondary dwellings in residential units
#17 – Recommendation to increase planning application fees
Nov. 18, 4:00 pm. Strategic Priorities & Policy Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1bCHJil
#2 – Public Participation for 2014 Water & Wastewater Budgets (link to budget documents: http://bit.ly/1czDu5u)
#3 – Industrial Land Development Strategy
#6 – Appointment of Standing Cte’s
Nov. 19, 4:00 pm. Council. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/17ZswJC
There is nothing controversial on any of the Cte. reports. The only possible issue of concern will be Standing Cte. appointments as a result of Nov. 18. SPPC (see above). Otherwise it should be a relatively short meeting.
Nov. 20, 2013 7-9pm. Wolf Performance Hall-Central Library, London
Under the Clean Water Act, protecting our drinking water is an important responsibility. You may be aware that Ontario Power Generation is seeking permission to construct and operate a facility to bury low and intermediate level radioactive contaminated items in an area 550 m. – 700 m. below the surface. The Deep Geological Repository (DGR) is proposed to be located on the Bruce Nuclear Site in Tiverton. Recently hearings into this project that have raised a number of concerns.
The city of London draws its drinking water from Lake Huron and Lake Erie. The Clean Water Act requires councillor’s accept a high standard of care in assessing risks and concerns with respect to issues that may impact our drinking water. A panel of individuals consisting of professionals who have expertise in the areas of law, nuclear issues, Clean Water Act, Great Lakes Charter Annex, Project data assessment and community engagement, will present their concerns at a public meeting on Nov. 20, 2013, 7–9 pm. Wolf Performance Hall at the Central Library, 251 Dundas Street, London, N6A 6H9.
Please share this information and join us to learn more about this project.
Nov. 11, 4:00 pm. Civic Works. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1hTUwQr
#2 – By-law to allow individuals over 65 yrs. to ride bicycles on the sidewalk
#4 – Public meeting to discuss the feasibility of turning Bruce St. & ELmwood Ave. from one-way to two-way streets
Nov. 11, 7:00 pm. Community & Protective Services. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1cJlFpd
#6 – Exemption from noise by-law deposit for Rockin’ New Years Eve
#7 – Clarity on exclusion of e-scooters from multi-use pathways
Nov. 12, 1:00 pm. Corporate Services Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/HDXOZS
#6 – Staff report on Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement with European Union
Nov. 12, 4:00 pm. Planning & Environment Cte. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/196pay6
#12 – Western University application to rezone 401-463 Platt’s Lane from existing medium density townhouse development to multi-family, high density allowing for redevelopment of the site
Nov. 4, 4:00 pm. Investment & Economic Prosperity Committee. Full agenda: http://bit.ly/1dGf24j
#2 – Report recommended more information is required to allow for a full financial assessment of the two performing arts centre proposals.
Nov. 5, 4:00 pm. Council. Full Agenda: http://bit.ly/1b5xrDA
Planning & Environment Cte. report:
#8 – Emerald ash borer re-planting plan
#13 – Designation of Wortley Village – Old South Heritage Conservation District
Corporate Services Report:
#9 City to maintain its Triple A credit rating
Civic Works Cte. Report:
#4 – Greenway Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion
#10 – Referral of request from Middlesex Centre for permission to expand water & wastewater treatment agreement which would allow development in Arva