Planning and Development Committee Meeting Consolidated Agenda 
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Staff Report 2021-0174: Notice of Intention to Demolish – 32 Connaught Crescent (dwelling and detached garage)

Staff Report 2021-0073: Proposed Town Initiated Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment Applications Pertaining to Cannabis, Country Inns, Building Area, Undersized Agricultural Lots and General Housekeeping Matters, Town Wide

That the listed, non-designated property located at 13926 Chinguacousy Road remain on the Town of Caledon’s Heritage Register pursuant to section 27 of the Ontario Heritage Act; and

That the demolition of the structure (barn/driveshed), identified in Schedule A, be permitted.

Whereas the Town’s Official Plan provides direction discouraging fragmentation of ownership of lands deemed hazardous or environmentally sensitive; and

Whereas Conservation Authorities with jurisdiction within the Town have received lands deemed hazardous or environmentally sensitive, at no cost, as a result of development approvals.

Now therefore be it resolved that the Town’s legal staff prepare a Memorandum setting out the legislative authority for Conservation Authorities to receive lands at no cost as a result of development approvals; and

Further that the Memorandum be brought to Council in 2021.

Whereas Town of Caledon Council, on January 28, 2020, declared a Climate Change Emergency;

Whereas the Town has developed a Community Climate Change Action Plan for the Town of Caledon 2020-2050 containing steps to reduce the production of greenhouse gasses;

Whereas the Provincial Policy Statements 2020 [PPS] policy; Energy Conservation, Air Quality and Climate Change directs, “1.8.1 Planning authorities shall support energy conservation and efficiency, improved air quality, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and preparing for the impacts of a changing climate…”;

Whereas the Town has a strong By-law NO. BL-2014-078 intended to reduce to unnecessary production of carbon by sitting gasoline and diesel vehicles, Section 3. (1) No person shall cause or permit a vehicle to idle for more than two (2) minutes total in a sixty (60) minute period in an outdoor environment,

Whereas the business model of various retail service operations involves the cueing of vehicles at drive through windows for many minutes, contrary to the PPS, the clear policy of the Town to raise awareness about the danger of Climate Change, Town actions to reduce activities contributing to climate change and passed an anti-idling By-law under the Municipal Act;

Whereas the Municipal Act, 2001, R.S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, authorizes the Council of a local municipality to pass by-laws and make regulations for the health, safety and wellbeing of the persons;

Whereas in 2012 the Town of Caledon Council adopted new policies and enacted an implementing bylaw that restricted the location, configuration and imposed design criteria and site plan control for drive through facilities;

Whereas it has been nearly a decade since the policy framework and implementation criteria has been comprehensively reviewed and in light of the declared Climate Change Emergency it is time to review this matter again;

Now therefore, be it resolved that staff be directed to review the current Official Plan policies and Zoning Bylaw provisions as part of the comprehensive review of these documents and bring forward a recommendation report to Council for their consideration and review.

Memorandum from Sandra Dolson, Economic Development Officer, Office of the CAO, regarding Community Improvement Plans Update, dated April 20, 2021

Resolution letter from City of Kitchener, regarding Planning Act Timelines, dated March 31, 2021 

Presentation request from Option 3 Landowners Group, regarding the Macville applications (Option 3 Lands – Bolton Residential Expansion Study (BRES)

Confidential Staff Report 2021-0126: Litigation affecting the municipality, including matters before administrative tribunals – 15 Rowley Drive (LPAT Appeal PL200345) (Ward 4)

Confidential Staff Report 2021-0132: Litigation affecting the municipality, including matters before administrative tribunals – 17180 Highway 50 (LPAT Appeal PL200245) (Ward 4)

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