July 11th Council Meeting Agenda Highlights

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The agenda for the July 11th Committee of the Whole and King Township Council Meeting is stacked full of items that pertain to Ward 2. Here are a just a few items that should not go overlooked.

Re: The Nobleton Sanitary Sewer Phase 2 Project Financial Analysis Report:

Click/tap here for report details:

COW #8 – JR-2016-02

COW #8 – JR-2016-02 – Schedule A

The purpose of this report is to provide Council with the estimated cost for Phase 2 of the Nobleton Sanitary Sewer project and related financial analysis with respect to project funding.

In other words — what the costs are today and what options do we have to make them better. This report offers a transparent look into the estimated cost of Nobleton Phase 2 sanitary sewer works based on the 90% detailed design. The resulting capital charge per household is $38,449. The calculation of the capital charge was determined on the basis of 2016 construction costs.

Council has been constant in the message that a number in this range is too great of an ask for Phase 2 Nobleton property owners. Options such as funding from developers and/or government grant opportunities need to be readily pursued — each $1 million received will reduce the cost by $2,941.50 per household.

It’s important to note that this report is for review purposes only – public consultation and further inquiry would be sought before Council is asked to make any type of formal decision.

Re: FINAL By-Law for adoption: The Nobleton Urban Area Zoning By-Law

The purpose of this report is to present the final Nobleton Urban Area Zoning By-law (NZBL) to Council for consideration, and provides a recommendation for approval. The revision of the NZBL began over a year ago and involved a tremendous amount of community consultation and engagement. I would like to extend a word of thanks to the numerous community members that contributed the process. Community engagement has helped shape the new zoning by-law that will help to maintain the spaciousness and the character of our existing neighbourhoods.

Final summary: http://ow.ly/keMw3026Fi0

Re: Mayor’s Task Force on ‘High-Risk and Dangerous Offenders’ Findings and Recommendations to Council

Read more on the findings HERE

Here are the links to the full agendas for the July 11th meeting:

Committee of the Whole: https://king.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/48638?preview=52545

Council Meeting: https://king.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/48637?preview=52543

 

 

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