April 15 Council Agenda Highlights

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| Published , updated April 15, 2024

Regular City of Belleville Council Meeting to be held on April 15 at 4 p.m. Watch in person at Belleville City Hall Council Chambers or online at www.youtube.com/BellevilleCityHall.

Deputations

  • Mayor Ellis will present Carol Ann Kramp with the flag that was flown at half-mast atop City Hall in recognition of the passing of Daryl Kramp
  • Mayor Ellis will present a certificate to Belleville resident Kai Freeland, national speedskating medal winner
  • Habitat for Humanity will provide an update on the progress of their project at 93 Dundas St. E.

Correspondence, Reports and Consent Items

  • Appointment of members to the Heritage Committee(Heritage Belleville)
  • City of Belleville 2024 Operating Budget – Hastings County budget update
  • Request for proposal for consulting services for a municipal class environmental assessment and preliminary Design for the Forest Hill Sewage Pumping Station
  • Recommendation Report for 45 Bridge St. E., utilization of Program 13: Brownfield Environmental Site Assessment Rebate
  • Community Improvement Plan Recommendation Report for 188, 190, 196 Dundas St. E., and 126 Burnham St., utilization of Program 3: Affordable Rental Housing Tax Increment Equivalent Rebate Extension Request
  • Community Improvement Plan Recommendation Report for 7 Aldersgate Dr., Utilization of Program 3: Affordable Rental Housing Tax Increment Equivalent Rebate Extension Request
  • 2024 Pop-ups on the Bay seasonal license agreements
  • Memorandum of Understanding – Regional Recruitment
  • Recommendations from the Planning Advisory Committee
  • Execution of subdivision agreement, final approval of plan for Canniff Mills East of Essex Subdivision
  • Repeal of Zoning By-law 7080
  • Exemption of the noise by-law for the 2024 Quinte Exhibition
  • Parade permit application from Belleville and District Shrine Club
  • Request from KGF Capital Realty for a municipal by-law enforcement officer
  • Request from Maxama Protection Inc. for a municipal by-law enforcement officer
  • Building section month-end report for March 2024
  • Resolution from the Township of Asphodel Norwood urging the Provincial Government as stewards of care for the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2022 to take caution against acting on the recommendation of the Office of the Auditor General of Ontario’s Value-for Money Audit: Public Health Ontario, specifically the closure of regional Public Health Ontario (PHO) laboratories and that the closures will increase health inequities, especially for rural communities.
  • Resolution from Loyalist Township requesting the Province to upload from local municipalities the responsibility of and costs associated with the continued construction, operation, and maintenance of major municipally-owned highways throughout the Province to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation; or alternatively, if uploading is not the preferred option of the Province and/or municipality to appropriately increase the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund to municipalities to fairly and equitably allocate resources to Ontario municipalities.
  • Resolution from Loyalist Township requesting the province amend Ontario Regulation 301/31: Blue Box so that producers are responsible for the end-of-life management of recycling products from all sources.
  • Resolution from the City of Kitchener regarding the Ontario Heritage Act and calling on the Province to amend Subsection 27(16) of the Ontario Heritage Act to extend the deadline for removing non-designated heritage property listed on the municipal heritage register of properties from January 1, 2025 to January 1, 2030 given the volume of work and resources required.

Proclamations

  • April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month
  • April 11 as World Parkinson’s Day
  • April 19 as Global Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Awareness Day
  • April 21-27 as National Volunteer Week
  • April 28 as the National Health and Safety Day of Mourning
  • May 10 as National Lupus Awareness Day
  • May 12 as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Awareness Day

The full agenda can be viewed here: https://citybellevilleon.civicweb.net/Portal/MeetingInformation.aspx?Org=Cal&Id=846

Source: https://www.belleville.ca/en/news/april-15-council-agenda-highlights.aspx

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