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THE CITY OF TORONTO

Clerk's Department

Minutes of the Toronto Community Council

Meeting No. 2

Wednesday, February 17, 1999.

The Toronto Community Council met on Wednesday, February 17, 1999, in Committee Room 1, 2nd Floor, Toronto City Hall, Toronto, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

2.1 Draft Zoning By-law Amendment - Performing Arts Theatre/Lecture Hall, Victoria University, Part Of No. 73 Queen's Park Crescent (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the City Solicitor, submitting Draft Zoning By-law Amendment - Performing Arts Theatre/Lecture Hall, Victoria University, Part Of No. 73 Queen's Park Crescent (Downtown).

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following report/communications:

- (January 26, 1999) from Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services - Final Recommendations Report on Rezoning Application 298004 to Permit the Development of a Combination Lecture Hall and Performing Arts Theatre at Victoria University;

- (February 8, 1999) from Mr. Kingsley Joblin;

- (February 15, 1999) from Mr. John N. Distin.

Notice of the public meeting was given in accordance with the Planning Act. The public meeting was held on February 17, 1999, and the following persons addressed the Toronto Community Council:

- Ms. Susan Stock, Metals Conservator, Royal Ontario Museum;

- Ms. Margaret Robertson, Academy for Lifelong Learning;

- Mr. Larry Kurtz, Bursar, Victoria University;

- Ms. Roseann Runte, President, Victoria University; and

- Mr. Koray Salih, Victoria University Students Administrative Council.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the Draft By-law attached to the report (February 2, 1999) of the City Solicitor be approved and that authority be granted to introduce the necessary bill in Council to give effect thereto; and

(2) the recommendations of the report (January 26, 1999) of the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be adopted.

(Clause No. 2, Report No. 4)

2.2 Proposed Official Plan Amendment And Zoning By-law Respecting Nos. 195-253 Merton Street (North Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 5, 1999) from the City Solicitor, submitting Proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law respecting Nos. 195-253 Merton Street (North Toronto).

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a final report (September 3, 1998) from Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services on Application 197011 for Site Specific Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments and Site Plan Approval to permit three residential condominium buildings with a total of 375 units at 195 to 253 Merton Street.

Notice of the public meeting was given in accordance with the Planning Act. The public meeting was held on February 17, 1999, and Mr. Sal Vitiello, E.I. Richmond Architects Ltd. addressed the Toronto Community Council.

On motion by Councillor Walker, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the Draft By-laws attached to the report (February 5, 1999) of the City Solicitor be approved and that authority be granted to introduce the necessary bills in Council to give effect thereto which introduction is subject to receipt of:

(a) an executed agreement under Section 37 of the Planning Act satisfactory to the City Solicitor;

(b) a Noise Impact Statement satisfactory to the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; and

8 an executed undertaking under Section 41 of the Planning Act satisfactory to the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; and

(2) the recommendations of the report (September 3, 1998) of the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be adopted.

(Clause No. 3, Report No. 4)

2.3 Proposed Official Plan Amendment And Zoning By-law Respecting Nos. 86, 96 And 100 Bloor Street West (University Theatre) (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 15, 1999) from the City Solicitor, submitting Proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law respecting Nos. 86, 96 And 100 Bloor Street West (University Theatre) (Midtown).

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following reports/communications:

- (October 21, 1998) from the City Clerk, forwarding Clause 87 of Toronto Community Council Report No. 11, titled, AFinal Report - Application No. 197027 for Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments - 86, 96 and 100 Bloor Street West (University Theatre)(Midtown)@, which was adopted by City Council at its meetings held on October 1 and 2, 1998;

- (January 28, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services - Supplementary Report;

- (undated) from Perry and Rae Dellio, Perry=s Colonnade;

- (September 11, 1998) from Ms. Jane Beecroft, President, Community History Project;

- (September 15, 1998) from Mr. David J. Whalen;

- (September 16, 1998) from Mr. Robert Sheridan and Ms. Jane Cuddy, The Greater Yorkville Residents= Association;

- (September 16, 1998) from Ms. Kim M. Kovar, Aird & Berlis, obo Gentra Inc., addressed to the President of the Bloor Yorkville Business Improvement Area;

- (September 16, 1998) from Mr. Robert W. Korthals;

- (January 21, 1999) from Mr. William Stevenson, ABC Residents= Association, addressed to Councillors Adams and Bossons;

- (February 10, 1999) from Ms. Nadia Iafrate, Benetton, addressed to Mr. John Fillipetti, Gentra Inc.;

- (February 10, 1999) from R.S. Saunderson, Bloor-Yorkville B.I.A.;

- (February 12, 1999) from Ms. Maureen L. Whelton, Teplitksy, Colsons obo Nicolas Menswear;

- (February 15, 1999) from Mr. Budd Sugarman

- (February 11, 1999) from Ms. Jean Cuddy, The Greater Yorkville Residents= Association;

- (February 16, 1999) from B. H. Tavner, MTCC #626;

- (February 16, 1999) from Ian Wookey;

- (February 16, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services;

- (February 17, 1999) from Mr. William Phillips.

Notice of the public meeting was given in accordance with the Planning Act. The public meeting was held on February 17, 1999, and the following persons addressed the Toronto Community Council:

- Mr. Chris Barnett, Genest Murray DesBrisay Lamek;

- Ms. Jean Cuddy, Co-Chair, Greater Yorkville Residents= Association;

- Ms. Maureen Whelton, Teplitsky, Colson;

- Ms. Kim Kovar, Aird & Berlis;

- Mr. Carl Baar, Toronto, Ontario;

- Mr. William Phillips, Toronto, Ontario;

- Ms. Jane Beecroft, President, Community History Project;

- Ms. Adrienne Clarkson, Toronto, Ontario; and

- Mr. Budd Sugarman, Toronto, Ontario.

On motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the Draft By-laws attached to the report (February 15, 1999) of the City Solicitor be approved and that authority be granted to introduce the necessary bills in Council to give effect thereto which introduction is subject to receipt of:

(a) an Agreement under s. 37 of the Planning Act securing the matters described in the report (September 1, 1998) of the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development in form satisfactory to the City Solicitor in consultation with the Commissioner;

(b) a Heritage Easement Agreement to secure the incorporation of the facade of the former University Theatre and relocation and incorporation of the stone portal of the former Pearcy House in the proposed mixed use building in form satisfactory to the City Solicitor in consultation with Heritage Toronto;

(c) postponements of all encumbrances on title to ensure the S. 37 and Heritage Easement Agreements constitute first and second charges against title;

(d) a letter or letters of credit to secure the cash contributions of $800,000.00 for local area improvements and $8,000.00 for a traffic monitoring study called for by the s. 37 Agreement;

(e) submit to and have approved by the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services the following:

(i) a strategy to keep neighbourhood streets free from dirt from excavation, hauling and construction activities;

(ii) a noise impact statement; and

(iii) at least three weeks before introduction of bills, a reference plan of survey in metric units and integrated with the Ontario Co-ordinate System, delineating thereon by separate parts the lands under application and any appurtenant rights of way and dimensioned plans of the development;

(f) submit to and have approved by the Medical Officer of Health

(i) a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, which may include but is not limited to a detailed historical review of the site to identify all existing and past land uses which could result in negative environmental effects on the site and a site and building audit for identification of all hazardous materials on site and in the existing buildings; and

(ii) a soil and groundwater management plan.

(2) Council resolve that no further notice be given in respect of the proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendment;

(3) the report (February 16, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be adopted; and

(4) funds raised through the Parks levy for this development be expended in the Midtown Ward.

The Toronto Community Council also requested:

On motion by Councillor Pantalone:

(1) the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, in consultation with the General Manager of the Toronto Transit Commission, to report directly to Council on

(a) how individuals will access the subway from the proposed development;

(b) whether such access is friendly to people with special needs; and

(c) how a weather-controlled subway connection could be achieved, should Council require it from this development;

On motion by Councillor Layton:

(2) prior to the issuance of an Architectural permit, the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services:

(a) to report to the Toronto Community Council on the possibility of implementing innovative transit use incentives in conjunction with the Toronto Transit Commission for the theatre component of the development;

(b) to investigate the possibility of district heating and/or cooling for this site;

(c) through the Energy Efficiency Office, to report to the Toronto Community Council on the energy efficiency features in the construction of the project; and

(d) to report to the Toronto Community Council on waste reduction and diversion strategies incorporated in the development;

On motion by Councillor Johnston:

(3) the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services to report to the Urban Environment and Development Committee, where any future opportunities exist to link a proposed development to public transport, on the possibility of incorporating an elevator at the subway into the development plans, such report to examine the possibility of a special levy for this purpose;

On motion by Councillor Adams:

(4) the General Manager, Toronto Transit Commission to advise the Ward Councillors on the probable cost of installing an escalator or elevator at the subway entrance on Bellair Street, and of redesigning the Cumberland Street entrance to facilitate access; and

On motion by Councillor Bossons:

(5) the developer to consider incorporating some of the historic elements of the Physicians and Surgeons= Building into the design of the new development.

(Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; General manager, Toronto Transit Commission; Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 1, Report No. 4)

2.4 Final Report: 56 And 60 St. Clair Avenue West And 55, 55R, 57, 59 And 61 Delisle Avenue - Application No. 12372 - Official Plan And Zoning By-law Amendments And Site Plan Approval (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and submitting final recommendations respecting an application for Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments and Site Plan Approval for a building consisting of two 12 storey towers at 56 and 60 St. Clair Avenue West and 55, 55R, 57 and 61 DeLisle Avenue.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following reports:

- (January 4, 1999) from Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture & Tourism respecting Removal of One City-Owned Tree and Three Trees situated on Private Property (Midtown);

- (February 16, 1999) from Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services;

The following persons appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter:

- Ms. Daphne E. M. Wagner, Barrister & Solicitor;

- Mr. George Miller, Outerbridge & Miller; and

- Mr. Michael Birchard, Executive Vice-President, Rolex Watch Company.

On motion by Councillor Bossons, the Toronto Community Council:

(1) adopted the report (February 3, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, as amended by her further report dated (February 16, 1999);

(2) recommended the adoption of the report (January 4, 1999) from Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture & Tourism, such recommendation to be forwarded to Council for consideration when the draft by-laws are submitted to Council;

On motion by Councillor Adams:

(3) recommended that the funds raised from the parks levy for this development be expended in the Midtown Ward, such recommendation to be forwarded to Council for consideration when the draft by-laws are submitted to Council;

On motion by Councillor Miller:

(4) requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services, in consultation with the General Manager of the Toronto Transit Commission, to report to the Toronto Community Council, when the draft by-laws are submitted, on Recommendation No. (19) contained in the report (February 3, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services;

On motion by Councillor Layton:

(5) requested the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services to report, at the same time as the submission of the draft by-laws to the Toronto Community Council, on:

(a) rents in the existing units to be lost; and

(b) the estimate of the range of rents and costs associated with the new development;

On motion by Councillor Chow:

(6) the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, in consultation with the Commissioner of Community and Neighbourhood Services, to report to the Toronto Community Council, at the same time as the submission of the draft by-laws to the Toronto Community Council, on the possible social, recreational and educational needs of residents in the 153 condominium units, and how the City and the developer plan to address those needs; and

On motion by Councillor Layton:

(7) requested the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services to continue to discuss with the developer, strategies to assure the affordability of a portion of the units:

The following motions by Councillor Bossons were voted on and lost:

AThat Recommendation No. (19) of the report (February 3, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be deleted.@

AThat Recommendation No. (2) of the report (February 16, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be deleted.@

(Interested Persons; cc: Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; Commissioner of Economic Development, Culture & Tourism; Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; Mr. Vincent Rodo, General Secretary, Toronto Transit Commission, 1900 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4S 1Z2; Commissioner of Community and Neighbourhood Services; Greg Byrne, Urban Planning and Development Services - Encl. - February 24, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(a), Report No. 4)

2.5 2300 Yonge Street, Application No. 998091: Request For Approval Of A Variance From Chapter 297, Signs, Of The Former City Of Toronto Municipal Code (North Toronto).

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (November 26, 1998) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that:

(1) City Council approve Application No. 998091 respecting a minor variance from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to permit two illuminated Ablade@ signs.

(2) The applicant be advised, upon approval of Application No. 998091, of the requirement to obtain the necessary permits from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following reports/communication:

- (January 13, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services;

- (January 19, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services;

- (December 2, 1998) from Mr. David Y. Green, Yonge-Eglinton Centre; and

- (February 15, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the report (February 15, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

(Clause No. 4, Report No. 4)

2.6 55 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Application No. 999001: Request For Approval Of Variances From Chapter 297, Signs, Of The Former City Of Toronto Municipal Code (Downtown).

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that City Council refuse Application No. 999001 respecting minor variances from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to permit six illuminated fascia signs and one (LED) fascia sign at 55 Lake Shore Blvd. East.

On motion by Councillor Silva, the Toronto Community Council deferred consideration of the foregoing report sine die.

(Mr. Phil Gillies, Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 55 lake Shore Boulevard East, 2nd Floor Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1A4; cc: Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; Norm Urban Planning and Development Services - Encl. - February 24, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(b), Report No. 4)

2.7 56 Blue Jays Way, Application No. 998095: Request For Approval Of Variances From Chapter 297, Signs, Of The Former City Of Toronto Municipal Code (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that City Council refuse Application No. 998095 respecting minor variances from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to erect one illuminated ground sign at 56 Blue Jays Way.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) Application No. 998095 respecting minor variances from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to erect one illuminated ground sign at 56 Blue Jays Way be approved;

(2) the City accept the proposal from Beutel Goodman Real Estate Group to provide a minimum of one month during the winter season on its 40 metre mural on the south side of its building at 56 Blue Jays Way for public art, and to provide the full funding necessary to design and install this public art mural; and

(3) the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services assist the Beutel Goodman Real Estate Group in developing its public art, such assistance to be at no charge for City staff time.

On a further motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council also requested the City Solicitor to submit the appropriate agreement for the consideration of City Council at its meeting to be held on March 3, 1999.

(City Solicitor; cc: Beate Bowron, Urban Planning and Development Services; Sylvia Watson, Legal Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 46, Report No. 4)

2.8 Intention To Designate Under Part IV Of The Ontario Heritage Act - 130 Gerrard Street East (Jarvis Street Baptist Church) (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Managing Director, Toronto Historical Board, and recommending:

(1) That City Council state its intention to designate the property at 130 Gerrard Street East (Jarvis Street Baptist Church) for architectural and historical reasons under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

(2) That the appropriate officials be authorized to take whatever action is necessary to give effect hereto.

On motion by Councillor Silva, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 5, Report No. 4)

2.9 Intention To Designate Under Part Iv Of The Ontario Heritage Act - 337 Jarvis Street (Samuel Platt House) (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Managing Director, Toronto Historical Board, and recommending;

(1) That City Council state its intention to designate the property at 337 Jarvis Street (Samuel Platt House) for architectural and historical reasons under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

(2) That the appropriate officials be authorized to take whatever action is necessary to give effect hereto.

On motion by Councillor Silva, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 6, Report No. 4)

2.10 Intention To Designate Under Part IV Of The Ontario Heritage Act -- 11 King Street West (Montreal Trust Tower) (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (November 20, 1998) from the Managing Director, Toronto Historical Board, and recommending:

(1) That City Council state its intention to designate the property at 11 King Street West (Montreal Trust Tower) under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

(2) That the appropriate officials be authorized to take whatever action is necessary to give effect hereto.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following communications:

- (January 26, 1999) from Mr. John A. R. Dawson, McCarthy Tétrault obo OMERS Realty Management Corporation; and

- (February 16, 1999) from Mr. John A. R. Dawson, McCarthy Tétrault obo OMERS Realty Management Corporation.

On motion by Councillor Silva, the Toronto Community Council deferred consideration of the foregoing report until its meeting to be held on April 28, 1999.

(Interested Persons; cc: Managing Director, Toronto Historical Board; Ms. Kathryn Anderson, Preservation Officer, Historical Preservation Division, THB - Encl. - February 24, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(c), Report No. 4)

2.11 Removal Of Tree - 63 Wolfrey Avenue (Don River)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (November 25, 1998) from the Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture & Tourism, and recommending that City Council:

(1) refuse to issue a permit for tree removal; OR

(2) issue a permit for tree removal conditional on the applicant agreeing to plant a replacement tree to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Economic Development, Culture & Tourism.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 16, 1999) from Councillor McConnell.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council deferred consideration of the foregoing report until its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999.

(Mr. Don Finlayson & Ms. Sue Konynenburg, 63 Wolfrey Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4K 1K9; cc: Interested Persons; Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1; Ken McGuire, Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(d), Report No. 4)

2.12 Appeal Of Denial Of Application For A Boulevard Cafe - 481 Bloor Street West, Brunswick Avenue Flankage (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 28, 1999) from Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) City Council deny the application for a boulevard cafe on the Brunswick Avenue flankage of 481 Bloor Street West; OR

(2) City Council approve the application for a boulevard cafe on the Brunswick Avenue flankage of 481 Bloor Street West, notwithstanding the negative result of the public poll, and that such approval be subject to the applicant complying with the criteria set out in ' 313-36 of Municipal Code Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following communications:

- (February 11, 1999) from Mr. Keith P. Sharp;

- (February 10, 1999) from Mr. Jonathan Vrozos, requesting deferral.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council deferred consideration of the foregoing report until its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999.

(Mr. Maurice Jouenne, Mr. Jonathan Vrozos, Mr. George Vrozos, Brunswick Cafe, 481 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1X9; cc: Interested Persons; Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1; Ken McGuire, Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(e), Report No. 4)

2.13 Results of the Further Poll for Front Yard Parking at 4 Kingswood Road - (East toronto) (East Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that Toronto Community Council deny the application for front yard parking, as the result of the further poll was again not favourable, as per the criteria set out in Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council deny the application for front yard parking, as the result of the further poll was again not favourable, as per the criteria set out in Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

(Clause No. 47, Report No. 4)

2.14 Maintenance Of A Fence - Fronting 72 Ascot Avenue And On The Boon Avenue Flankage (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that City Council approve the maintenance of a chain-link fence within the City=s right-of-way fronting 72 Ascot Avenue and on the Boon Avenue flankage, subject to the owner entering into an encroachment agreement with the City of Toronto, as prescribed under Chapter 313 of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 7, Report No. 4)

2.15 Maintenance Of A Decorative Wall With Pillars And Wrought Iron Gate - 38 Brookfield Street (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that City Council approve the maintenance of the decorative wall and pillars and wrought iron gate within the City=s right-of-way fronting 38 Brookfield Street, subject to the owner entering into an agreement with the City of Toronto, as prescribed under Chapter 313 of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

On motion by Councillor Silva, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 8, Report No. 4)

2.16 Application For A Sidewalk/boulevard Vending Permit - College Street, South Side, 42 metres East Of Mccaul Street (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 29, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That City Council approve the application for sidewalk/boulevard vending on College Street, south side, 42 metres east of McCaul Street, notwithstanding the objection received by the adjoining property owner; and that such approval be subject to the applicant complying with the criteria set out in Municipal Code Chapter 315, Street Vending, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code; OR

(2) City Council deny the application for sidewalk/boulevard vending on College Street, south side, 42 metres east of McCaul Street.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 15, 1999) from Mr. Gary M. Parkinson, Toronto District School Board.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council deny the application for sidewalk/boulevard vending on College Street, south side, 42 metres east of McCaul Street.

On a further motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to meet with the applicant to find an appropriate site for the applicant in the area, possibly on McCaul Street.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 48, Report No. 4)

2.17 Extension Of Permit Parking Hours On Clendenan Avenue, Between Annette Street And Dundas Street West (High Park)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 6, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way, Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that:

(1) the permit parking hours of operation on Clendenan Avenue, between Annette Street and Dundas Street West, be extended from 12:01 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., 7 days a week, to 12:01 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., 7 days a week;

(2) Schedule P of Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code be amended to incorporate Clendenan Avenue, between Annette Street and Dundas Street West; and

(3) the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to give effect thereto, including the introduction of all necessary bills.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following communications:

- (February 11, 1999) from Ms. Victoria Chippendale-Bakker;

- (February 11, 1999) from Mr. Harold and Ms. Jacqueline Abell; and

- (February 15, 1999) from Mr. Felix Bednarski.

On motion by Councillor Korwin-Kuczynski, the Toronto Community Council recommended that Council receive this matter.

On a further motion by Councillor Korwin-Kuczynski, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to consult with the Humberside Montessori School and the area residents with a view to improving the traffic situation in the area.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 9, Report No. 4)

2.18 Draft By-law Respecting Alteration Of Sorauren Avenue, Westminister Avenue, Fermanagh Avenue And Wright Avenue (High Park)

The Toronto Community Council had before it Draft By-law respecting Alteration of Sorauren Avenue, Westminister Avenue, Fermanagh Avenue and Wright Avenue (High Park), and Clause No. 23 of Report No. 12 of the Toronto Community Council, titled, AProposed Speed Humps - Sorauren Avenue, Westminster Avenue, Fermanagh Avenue, Wright Avenue (High Park)@ which was adopted by City Council at its meeting held on October 28, 29 and 30, 1998

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a report (February 10, 1999) from Director, Transportation Services, District 1 - Speed Hump Poll Results.

Notice with respect to the proposed enactment of the draft by-law was advertised in a daily newspaper on January 26, February 2, February 9, and February 16 1999, and Mr. Roman Pokidko, Toronto, Ontario, appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter.

On motion by Councillor Korwin-Kuczynski, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that a by-law in the form of the draft by-law be enacted, and that the necessary Bills be introduced in Council to give effect thereto.

(Clause No. 10, Report No. 4)

2.19 Draft By-law Respecting Alteration Of Yarmouth Road (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it Draft By-law respecting Alteration of Yarmouth Road (Davenport), and Clause No. 3 of Report No. 12 of the Toronto Community Council, titled, AStaggered Parking and Island Parking - Yarmouth Road from Shaw Street to Ossington Avenue (Davenport)@ , which was adopted by City Council at its meeting held on October 28, 29 and 30, 1998.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it report (February 11, 1999) from Director, Transportation Services District 1 - Poll Results.

Notice with respect to the proposed enactment of the draft by-law was advertised in a daily newspaper on January 26, February 2, February 9, and February 16 1999, and no one addressed the Toronto Community Council.

On motion by Councillor Disero, subject to Council adopting the notice of motion submitted by Councillor Disero respecting the reconsideration of Clause 3 of Toronto Community Council Report No. 12, titled, AStaggered Parking and Island Parking - Yarmouth Road from Shaw Street to Ossington Avenue (Davenport)@ which was adopted, without amendment by City Council on October 28, 29 and 30, 1998, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the draft by-law submitted by the City Solicitor be received;

(2) the amendments to the parking regulations identified in Appendix A of the report (September 30, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, contained in Clause No. 3 of Toronto Community Council Report No. 12, be approved; and

(3) the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to implement the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that might be required.

(Clause No. 49, Report No. 4)

2.20 Tree Removal - 9 Pote Avenue (North Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture and Tourism, and recommending that City Council:

(1) issue a permit for tree removal conditional on:

(i) the trees in question not being removed until permitted construction and/or demolition related activities in accordance with plans approved under the building permit application for the subject project commence which warrant the destruction of the trees; and

(ii) the applicant agreeing to plant replacement trees as indicated in the site plan prepared by Peter Higgins, Architect, most recently revised January 11, 1999; OR

(2) refuse to issue a permit for tree removal requiring the applicant to abandon or redesign plans for the new house construction.

On motion by Councillor Silva, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council issue a permit for tree removal at 9 Pote Avenue, conditional on:

(i) the trees in question not being removed until permitted construction and/or demolition related activities in accordance with plans approved under the building permit application for the subject project commence which warrant the destruction of the trees; and

(ii) the applicant agreeing to plant replacement trees as indicated in the site plan prepared by Peter Higgins, Architect, most recently revised January 11, 1999.

(Clause No. 50, Report No. 4)

2.21 Tree Removal - 21 Burton Road(Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture and Tourism, and recommending that the Toronto Community Council issue a permit for the removal of the thirty-five centimetre diameter American elm conditional on the applicant agreeing to plant a minimum of two 80 millimetre caliper large growing native shade trees.

Mr. David Good, Toronto, Ontario appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter.

The Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

On motion by Councillor Bossons:

(1) City Council issue a permit for the removal of the thirty-five centimetre diameter American elm at 21 Burton Road, conditional on the applicant agreeing to plant a minimum of two 80 millimetre caliper large growing native shade trees; and

On motion by Councillor Adams:

(2) the applicant make a contribution to the Urban Forestry Program for the planting of one tree on the municipal right-of-way in the neighbourhood.

(Clause No. 11, Report No. 4)

2.22 Tree Removal - 378 Russell Hill Road (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture and Tourism, and recommending that City Council:

(1) issue a permit for tree removal conditional on:

(i) the trees in question not being removed until permitted construction and/or demolition related activities in accordance with plans approved under the building permit application for the subject property commence which warrant the destruction of the trees, and the concerns of the objectors with respect to water flow being dealt with during the building permit process; and

(ii) the applicant providing a detailed landscape plan for the property to be approved by the Commissioner of Economic Development, Culture & Tourism; OR

(2) refuse to issue a permit for tree removal requiring the applicant to abandon or redesign plans for the driveway and garage construction.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 2, 1999) from Mr. Jim Urquhart.

The following persons appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter:

- Mr. Egils Didrichsons, Curr Didrichsons Designs Limited Landscape Architect;

- Mr. Wayne Swadron, Wayne Swadron Architect; and

- Mr. Jim Urquhart, President, CHR Inc. Renovations/Restorations.

On motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council refuse to issue a permit for tree removal requiring the applicant to abandon or redesign plans for the driveway and garage construction.

(Clause No. 12, Report No. 4)

2.23 Implications Of Permitting Front Yard Parking Where There Are More Permit Parking Spaces Available Than Permits Issued, On The Side Of The Street Where Permit Parking Is Authorized (All Wards In The Former City Of Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that City Council not consider amending Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code, to permit front yard parking on the same side of the street as permit parking, notwithstanding that there may be more spaces than permits issued.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following communications:

- (February 14, 1999) from Mr. David Vallance;

- (February 15, 1999) from Ms. Diane B. Mitchell;

- (February 15, 1999) from Mr. Storm McGregor;

- (February 15, 1999) from Mr. Mark Gane; and

- (February 16, 1999) from Ms. Gladys Kirk.

Mr. Mark Gane appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter.

Councillor Miller read a statement from Ms. Gladys Kirk respecting this matter.

On motion by Councillor Walker, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) with respect to Davenport, North Toronto and East Toronto, Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code, be amended to permit front yard parking on the same side as permit parking, where there are more spaces than permits issued; and

On motion by Councillor Pantalone:

(2) with respect to Trinity-Niagara, Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code, not be amended to permit front yard parking on the same side as permit parking, notwithstanding that there may be more spaces than permits issued, except where there is no other on-site parking.

The following motion by Councillor Disero was voted on and lost:

(3) with respect to High Park, Midtown, Downtown and Don River, Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code, not be amended to permit front yard parking on the same side as permit parking, notwithstanding that there may be more spaces than permits issued, except where there is no other on-site parking.

(Clause No. 51, Report No. 4)

2.24 Appeal Of Denial Of Application For Commercial Boulevard Parking - Edwin Avenue Flankage Of 1635 Dupont Street (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that:

(1) City Council deny the application for commercial boulevard parking on the Edwin Street flankage of 1635 Dupont Street; OR

(2) City Council approve the application for commercial boulevard parking on the Edwin Street flankage of 1635 Dupont Street, notwithstanding the negative results of the public poll, and that such approval be subject to the applicant complying with the criteria set out in ' 313-39 of Municipal Code Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council approve the application for commercial boulevard parking on the Edwin Street flankage of 1635 Dupont Street, notwithstanding the negative results of the public poll, and that such approval be subject to the applicant complying with the criteria set out in ' 313-39 of Municipal Code Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

(Clause No. 52, Report No. 4)

2.25 Appeal Of Denial Of Application For Commercial Boulevard Parking - Mark Street Flankage Of 25 Defries Street (Don River)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that:

(1) City Council deny the application for commercial boulevard parking on the Mark Street flankage of 25 Defries Street; OR

(2) City Council approve the application for commercial boulevard parking on the Mark Street flankage of 25 Defries Street, notwithstanding the location has insufficient depth to accommodate a vehicle parallel or right angled to the travelled roadway, and that such approval be subject to the applicant entering into an agreement and paying the applicable fees as set out in Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 16, 1999) from Councillor McConnell.

On motion by Councillor Layton, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council approve the application for commercial boulevard parking on the Mark Street flankage of 25 Defries Street, notwithstanding the location has insufficient depth to accommodate a vehicle parallel or right angled to the travelled roadway, and that such approval be subject to the applicant entering into an agreement and paying the applicable fees as set out in Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

(Clause No. 53, Report No. 4)

2.26 Appeal Of Denial Of Application For Commercial Boulevard Parking - 8 And 10 Brock Avenue (High Park)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that the Toronto Community Council recommend that City Council deny the application for commercial boulevard parking fronting 8 and 10 Brock Avenue.

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council approve the application for commercial boulevard parking fronting 8 and 10 Brock Avenue, subject to the applicant entering into an agreement and paying the applicable fees as set out in Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

(Clause No. 54, Report No. 4)

2.27 Appeal Of Denial Of Application For Commercial Boulevard Parking - 373 Front Street East (Don River)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 29, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that City Council deny the application for commercial boulevard parking fronting 373 Front Street East.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 16, 1999) from Councillor McConnell.

On motion by Councillor Layton, the Toronto Community Council deferred consideration of the foregoing report until its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999.

(Mr. A. Neil Craik, Solicitor, Cassels, Brock and Blackwell, Barristers & Solicitors, Scotia Plaza, Suite 2100, 40 King Street West, Toronto, M5H 3C2; Ms. Lisa Parasyn, 1037300 Ontario Inc., Grosso-Jackobson Production Inc., 373 Front Street East, Toronto, M5A 1G4; cc: Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, Ken McGuire, Works and emergency Services - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(f), Report No. 4)

2.28 Appeal Of Denial Of Application For A Boulevard Cafe - 1438a Gerrard Street East, Ashdale Avenue Flankage (East Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 28, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) City Council deny the application for a boulevard cafe on the Ashdale Avenue flankage of 1438A Gerrard Street East; OR

(2) City Council approve the application for a boulevard cafe on the Ashdale Avenue flankage of 1438A Gerrard Street East, notwithstanding the negative result of the public poll, and that such approval be subject to the applicant complying with the criteria set out in ' 313-36 of Municipal Code Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 10, 1999) from Councillor Bussin.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council deferred consideration of the foregoing report and requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to conduct a further poll in the area in English, Chinese and Hindi.

(Mr. Satinder Gulerya, Chaat Rendezvous, 1438A Gerrard Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5L 1Z8; cc: Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(g), Report No. 4)

2.29 Boulevard Cafe - Pete=s Donuts And Deli - Request To Operate 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week On The Via Italia Flankage Of 1239a St. Clair Avenue West (Convenience Address For 1239 st. Clair Avenue West) (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that:

(1) City Council deny the applicant=s request to operate the boulevard cafe on the Via Italia flankage of 1239A St. Clair Avenue West, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; OR

(2) (a) Should City Council approve the boulevard cafe application on the Via Italia flankage of 1239A St. Clair Avenue West, the cafe will be required to close and clear by 11:00 p.m., 7 days a week, as set out in Municipal Code Chapter 313, Streets and Sidewalks, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code; and

(b) the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services be requested to report back at the end of the 1999 cafe season on the operation of the cafe.

Mr. Peter DeCicco, applicant appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council deny the applicant=s request to operate the boulevard cafe on the Via Italia flankage of 1239A St. Clair Avenue West, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

(Clause No. 55, Report No. 4)

2.30 Narrowing And Realignment Of The Pavement On Sudbury Street Between King Street West And Dovercourt Road (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That approval be given to narrow and realign the pavement on Sudbury Street, described as follows:

Athe narrowing of the pavement from a width of 11.7 metres to a width varying from 8.5 metres to 10.5 metres on SUDBURY STREET from King Street West to Dovercourt Road, as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. Sk-2211, dated December 30, 1998"; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect thereto including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the foregoing report be adopted; and

(2) the traffic lights, to be paid for by the developer, be installed concurrently with the opening of the project.

(Clause No. 56, Report No. 4)

2.31 Extension Of Interim Control By-law No. 44-1998 Respecting Properties Abutting The Vale Of Avoca Ravine (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 19, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending:

(1) That the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, in consultation with the Commissioner of Economic Development, Culture and Tourism be directed, pursuant to Section 38 of the Planning Act, to complete a review of the land use policies appropriate for the lands within 10 m of the Vale of Avoca Ravine.

(2) That, in connection with the review of the land use policies recommended above, Council pass a By-law extending the Interim Control By-law No. 44-1998, for lands within the Vale of Avoca Ravine for a further period of one year.

(3) That the authority be granted for the introduction of the necessary bill in Council to implement Recommendation 2 above.

Councillor Moscoe was present during consideration of this matter.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 13, Report No. 4)

2.32 Preliminary Report On Application No: 199002 To Amend By-law 1996-0278 To Permit An Increase In Maximum Building Height Of The Townhouse Units In Blocks 169 To 173 In Phase 2 Of The Woodbine Park Subdivision Plan. (East Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a preliminary report (January 29, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that I be requested to hold a public meeting in the local area to discuss both applications and to notify tenants and owners within 120 metres of the site and the Ward Councillors.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council adopted the foregoing preliminary report.

(Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services - No Encl. - Executive Director and Chief Planner - No Encl. - Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; Toronto Community Council Solicitor, Attn: Sylvia Watson; Director, City Planning; Chief Building Official; Director, Development & Support, Parks & Recreation; Director, Housing Operations; Director, Property Services; City Surveyor; Fire Chief; Parking Authority of Toronto; Toronto Catholic School Board; Toronto District School Board; Metropolitan Toronto Police - Attn: Sergeant Paul Cocksedge - Encl. - All Interested Persons - No Encl. - c.: Mr. Tim Burkholder, Urban Planning and Development Services - No Encl. - February 24, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(h), Report No. 4)

2.33 Preliminary Report On Application No: 198019 To Amend By-law 438-86 And Site Specific Zoning By-law No. 1996-0279 To Permit Minor Modifications To The Site Plans And The Designs Of All Single And Semi Detached Houses And Town Houses In Phases 1 And 2 Of The Woodbine Park Subdivision (East Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 28, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that I be requested to hold a public meeting in the area to discuss both applications and to notify tenants and owners within 120 metres of the site and the Ward Councillors.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council adopted the foregoing preliminary report.

(Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services - No Encl. - Executive Director and Chief Planner - No Encl. - Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; Toronto Community Council Solicitor, Attn: Sylvia Watson; Director, City Planning; Chief Building Official; Director, Development & Support, Parks & Recreation; Director, Housing Operations; Director, Property Services; City Surveyor; Fire Chief; Parking Authority of Toronto; Toronto Catholic School Board; Toronto District School Board; Metropolitan Toronto Police - Attn: Sergeant Paul Cocksedge - Encl. - All Interested Persons - No Encl. - c.: Mr. Tim Burkholder, Urban Planning and Development Services - No Encl. - February 24, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(i), Report No. 4)

2.34 Status Report: 9 Jackes Avenue - Revised Application No. 198003 For Official Plan And Zoning By-law Amendments And Site Plan Approval To Permit An Apartment Building (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that:

(1) City Council request the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services to continue discussions with the applicant and neighbourhood representatives with a view to arriving at an appropriate development proposal.

(2) The Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be directed to report to the March 2, 1999 City Council on the outcome of discussions with the applicant and neighbourhood representatives and on the terms of a settlement, if any.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following reports/communications:

- (November 12, 1998) from the City Clerk, forwarding Clause No. 54 of Toronto Community Council Report No. 12, titled, AOfficial Plan and Zoning By-law Application - 9 Jackes Avenue (Midtown)@, which was amended and adopted by City Council at its meeting held on October 28, 29 and 30, 1998;

- (February 14, 1999) from Mr. Matthias Schlaepfer;

- (February 15, 1999) from Ms. Karen E. Redner, Summerhill Tenants Association;

- (February 15, 1999) from Mr. John Tyacke, Summerhill Residents Association;

- (February 15, 1999) from Ms. Barbara Volk;

- (February 16, 1999) from Mr. Robert Campbell and Margaret Campbell-Pacsu;

- (February 17, 1999) from Ms. Janice Merson, President, Summerhill Residents= Association;

- (February 17, 1999) from Mr. John Tyacke, Summerhill Residents= Association.

The following persons appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter:

- Ms. Karen Redner, Summerhill Tenants Association;

- Mr. John Tyacke, Summerhill Residents Association;

- Ms. Janice Merson, Summerhill Residents Association;

- Mr. Barry De Zwaar, Summerhill Residents Association;

- Ms. Margaret P. Campbell, Toronto, Ontario;

- Ms. Betty Postill, President, Bretton Place Tenants Association; and

- Mr. Tim Crooks, Toronto, Ontario.

Councillor Moscoe was present during consideration of this matter.

On motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council submitted this matter to Council without recommendation.

On a further motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council also requested the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services to:

(1) continue discussions with the applicant and neighbourhood representatives with a view to arriving at an appropriate development proposal;

(2) report directly to Council on the outcome of discussions with the applicant and neighbourhood representatives and on the terms of a settlement, if any; and

On motion by Councillor Layton:

(3) report directly to Council on the issues raised by the deputants, and in particular, the issue of compensation to be provided by the owner of 9 Jackes Avenue in exchange for increased density, having regard for other precedents in the area.

The Toronto Community Council also:

On moton by Councillor Layton:

(1) deferred the following motion by Councillor Adams, and requested the Commissioner of Economic Development, Culture and Tourism to report to the Toronto Community Council on the proposed use of funds general from cash-in-lieu of parkland dedication in the former City of Toronto, such report to include the amount of monies generated by parks= levies on a ward-by-ward basis:

AThat any parks levy funds raised from redevelopment of the site be expended in the Midtown Ward.@

On motion by Councillor Miller:

(2) requested the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, in consultation with the City Solicitor and the Chief Building Official, to report to the Toronto Community Council, and subsequently to the Urban Environment and Development Committee, on the procedures for ensuring compliance with all site plan planning and other requirements and agreements entered into or imposed during the development process, were met prior to the issuance of building permits in the former City of Toronto, and how these procedures are being continued, or amended, post-amalgamation.

(Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; Commissioner of Economic Development, Culture and Tourism; City Solicitor; Chief Building Official - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 57, Report No. 4)

2.35 Extension Of Fort York Blvd. - Amendments To The Bathurst/strachan Part Ii Plan And Zoning By-law (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that:

(1) the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services be requested to conduct the studies and public consultation necessary to amend the Bathurst/Strachan Part II Plan and related Zoning By-laws to extend Fort York Boulevard between Fleet Street and Lake Shore Boulevard West; and

(2) the City Solicitor prepare the necessary by-law amendments.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a joint communication (February 16, 1999) from Councillors Pantalone and Silva.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council:

(1) adopted the foregoing report; and

(2) requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services, in consultation with the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, to report on the design and functionality of Fort York Boulevard, given the Queen=s Quay streetcar line extension to Exhibition Place and the need to make the Lakeshore Boulevard/Bathurst Street/Fleet Street intersection an urban and transit friendly place.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; cc: Interested Persons - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(q), Report No. 4)

2.36 126 John Street And 265-267 Richmond Street West, Applications Nos. 998090 & 998094: Request For Approval Of Variances From Chapter 297, Signs, Of The Former City Of Toronto Municipal Code (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending that:

(1) City Council approve Applications Nos. 998090 and 998094 respecting minor variances from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code on condition that:

(i) the LED display area of ACube@ Sign Type P facing Richmond Street West not exceed 24 m5 and that it be used only for first party advertising;

(ii) the LED display area of ACube@ Sign Type P facing John Street not exceed 12 m5 and that it be used only for first party advertising;

(iii) the Tri-vision Panel area of ACube@ Sign Type P not exceed 24 m5 and that it be used only for first party advertising;

(iv) the aluminum inset panels of ACube@ Sign Type P be illuminated only by fibre-optic side glow cable;

(v) the LED display area of ANow Playing@Sign Type K not exceed 11m5;

(vi) the display area of the ASloped Screen@ Sign Type S not exceed 36 m5 and that it be used only for first party advertising; and

(vii) all of the signs, except the ANow Playing@ Sign Type K and ACube@ Sign Type P, be illuminated only between the hours of 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. and that this be achieved by means of an automatic timing device.

(2) That prior to the issuance of a sign permit, the owner shall enter into an Encroachment Agreement with the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services with respect to the erection of the ACube@ sign on John Street.

(3) City Council grant authority to :

(i) allow a minor variance from the former Metro By-law No. 118 to permit the erection and maintenance of the Encroaching Signage described within this report subject to the applicant entering into an encroachment agreement with the City covering both encroaching signs and the other various architectural building features that will be covered by a standard City of Toronto (former Metro) encroachment agreement as authorized by Metro By-law 54-81 to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; and

(ii) direct the appropriate City of Toronto Officials to give effect thereto.

(4) The applicant pay all legal costs of the City of Toronto in the preparation and registration of the Encroachment Agreements authorised in Recommendations 2 & 3.

(5) The lease of rights including, but not limited to air rights, commercial uses and signage be reviewed by the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services and be subject to a fair market rental determined by the Commissioner of Works and Corporate Services and payable to the City of Toronto, Transportation Services Account, as of the installation date.

(6) The applicant be advised, upon approval of Applications Nos. 998090 and 998094, of the requirement to obtain the necessary permits from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

On a further motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council also requested the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services to report to the Urban Environment and Development Committee on the feasibility of charging a fee for sign applications which could be applied to fund public art in the City.

(Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services; cc: Urban Environment and Development Committee - Encl. - February 22, 1999)

(Clause No. 58, Report No. 4)

2.37 40 Eglinton Avenue East, Application No. 999002: Request For Approval Of Variances From Chapter 297, Signs, Of The Former City Of Toronto Municipal Code (North Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 25, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending:

(1) That City Council approve Application No. 999002 respecting minor variances from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to permit one illuminated projecting sign at 40 Eglinton Avenue East.

(2) That the applicant be advised, upon approval of Application No. 999002, of the requirement to obtain the necessary permits from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

On motion by Councillor Walker, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 14, Report No. 4)

2.38 687 Yonge Street, Application No. 998089: Request For Approval Of Variances From Chapter 297, Signs, Of The Former City Of Toronto Municipal Code (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 15, 1999) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services, and recommending:

(1) That City Council approve Application No. 998089 respecting minor variances from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to maintain one illuminated fascia sign for identification purposes on the front elevation at 687 Yonge Street.

(2) That the applicant be advised, upon approval of Application No. 998089, of the requirement to obtain the necessary permits from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 14, Report No. 4)

2.39 Public Lane North Of Ryding Avenue Between Runnymede Road And Cobalt Avenue - Introduction Of A ANo Heavy Trucks@ Regulation (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 26, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That a ANo Heavy Trucks@ regulation be introduced for the public lane north of Ryding Avenue between Runnymede Road and Cobalt Avenue; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 15, Report No. 4)

2.40 Davenport Road At Alberta Avenue - Removal Of The Temporal ANo Right Turn@ Prohibition (Davenport)

The Toronto community Council had before it a report (January 26, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the ANo right turn from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday to Friday@ prohibition for westbound traffic on Davenport Road at Alberta Avenue be rescinded; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 16, Report No. 4)

2.41 Hirons Street, At Its Intersection With Cawthra Avenue - Installation Of A AStop@ Sign (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 29, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That a AStop@ sign be installed for eastbound traffic on Hirons Street at Cawthra Avenue; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 17, Report No. 4)

2.42 Bay Street, West Side, South Of Hagerman Street (In The Lay-by) - Provision Of A "Daycare Pick-up And Drop-off Area@ With A Fifteen Minute Maximum Parking Limit (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 29, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the west side of Bay Street, from a point 16.0 metres south of Hagerman Street to a point 12.0 metres further south, be rescinded;

(2) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the west side of Bay Street, from a point 53.0 metres south of Hagerman Street to a point 21.5 metres further south, be rescinded;

(3) That parking be allowed for a maximum period of fifteen minutes from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, on the west side of Bay Street, from a point 16.0 metres south of Hagerman Street to a point 12.0 metres further south;

(4) That parking be allowed for a maximum period of fifteen minutes from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, on the west side of Bay Street, from a point 53.0 metres south of Hagerman Street to a point 21.5 metres further south;

(5) That parking be prohibited from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. of the next following day, Monday to Friday and at anytime Saturday and Sunday, on the west side of Bay Street, from a point 16.0 metres south of Hagerman Street to a point 12.0 metres further south;

(6) That parking be prohibited from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. of the next following day, Monday to Friday and at anytime Saturday and Sunday, on the west side of Bay Street, from a point 53.0 metres south of Hagerman Street to a point 21.5 metres further south; and

(7) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 18, Report No. 4)

2.43 North Side Of Turnberry Avenue In The Vicinity Of General Mercer Public School - Implementation Of A AStudent Pick-up/drop-off Zone@, ASchool Bus Loading Zone@ And Temporal ANo Stopping@ Prohibitions (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the recommendations contained in Appendix AA@ of this report be adopted; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take whatever action is necessary to implement the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 19, Report No. 4)

2.44 Tracy Street From Sydenham Street To A Point 36.5 Metres South - Rescindment Of The Parking Prohibition From 12:00 A.m. To 8:00 A.m., From Monday To Friday (Don River)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 8, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the existing parking prohibition from 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m., from Monday to Friday, on the east side of Tracy Street from a point 36.5 metres south of Sydenham Street to Sydenham Street, be rescinded; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a communication (February 16, 1999) from Councillor McConnell.

On motion by Councillor Layton, the Toronto Community Council recommended that Council receive this matter.

(Clause No. 20, Report No. 4)

2.45 Millbrook Crescent, Between Broadview Avenue And The East End - Restriction Of Parking To A Maximum Period Of One Hour And Extension Of The Permit Parking Operational Hours (Don River)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 8, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the regulation prohibiting parking except by permit from 12:01 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., daily on both sides of Millbrook Crescent, between Broadview Avenue and the east end, be rescinded;

(2) That parking be prohibited except by permit from 12:01 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., daily on both sides of Millbrook Crescent, between Broadview Avenue and the east end;

(3) That parking be restricted to a maximum period of one hour from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, on both sides of Millbrook Crescent, between Broadview Avenue and the east end; and

(4) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Layton, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 21, Report No. 4)

2.46 Adrian Avenue, North Side - Adjustment To Parking Regulations (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 20, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the ANo parking 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday@ parking regulation on the north side of Adrian Avenue be rescinded;

(2) That parking be allowed for a maximum period of one hour from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, on the north side of Adrian Avenue; and

(3) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 22, Report No. 4)

2.47 Charlotte Street, From Adelaide Street West To King Street West - Changes To The Parking Regulations And Introduction Of Southbound Turn Prohibition (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the existing ANo Parking, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.@ regulation, on the east side of Charlotte Street be rescinded;

(2) That the existing ANo Parking at Anytime@ regulation on the west side of Charlotte Street be rescinded;

(3) That the existing parking meter operation on the east side of Charlotte Street from a point 17 metres north of King Street West to a point 13 metres further north be rescinded;

(4) That stopping be prohibited at anytime on both sides of Charlotte Street from Adelaide Street West to King Street West;

(5) That southbound left turns from Charlotte Street to King Street West be prohibited at all times, except for TTC vehicles; and

(6) That the appropriate City Officials be requested take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 23, Report No. 4)

2.48 Dewbourne Avenue, South Side, From Glenayr Road To Old Forest Hill Road - Prohibition Of Non-resident Overnight Parking (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recoommending:

(1) That parking be prohibited from 2:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. on the south side of Dewbourne Avenue from Glenayr Road to Old Forest Hill Rd; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the forgoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) parking be prohibited from 2:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., Monday - Friday, except holidays, on the south side of Dewbourne Avenue from Glenayr Road to Old Forest Hill Rd; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the forgoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

(Clause No. 24, Report No. 4)

2.49 Installation/Removal Of On-street Disabled Persons Parking Spaces (Davenport, East Toronto And Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 6, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the installation/removal of disabled on-street parking spaces as noted in Table AA@ of this report be approved; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 25, Report No. 4)

2.50 Installation/Removal Of On-street Disabled Persons Parking Spaces. (Davenport, East Toronto, Trinity-Niagara, Midtown, North Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the installation/removal of disabled on-street parking spaces as noted in Table AA@ of this report be approved; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 26, Report No. 4)

2.51 Albany Avenue, From Bloor Street West To Barton Avenue - Examination Of The Feasibility Of Installing Speed Humps (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 1, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending that this report be received for information.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it the following communications:

- (February 11, 1999) from Mr. Niels Petersen;

- (July 15, 1998) from Mr. Niels Petersen and Ms. Wendy Martin, addressed to Councillors Adams and Bossons; and

- (February 14, 1999) from Mr. Niels Petersen.

On motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) approval be given to alter sections of the roadway on Albany Avenue, from Bloor Street West to Barton Avenue for traffic calming purposes as described below, with implementation subject to the favourable results of polling of the affected residents pursuant to the policy related to speed hump installation as adopted by the former City of Toronto Council:

AThe construction of speed humps on ALBANY AVENUE, from Bloor Street West to Barton Avenue, generally as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. 421F-5274, dated October 1998";

(2) the speed limit be reduced from forty kilometres per hour to thirty kilometres per hour on Albany Avenue, from Bloor Street West to Barton Avenue, coincident with the implementation of the traffic calming measures; and

(3) the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take whatever action is necessary to implement the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that might be required.

(Clause No. 27, Report No. 4)

2.52 College Street From Manning Avenue To Bathurst Street - Realignment Of Intersections (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That approval be given to realign the intersections of College Street with Manning Avenue, Euclid Avenue, Palmerston Avenue, Palmerston Boulevard and Markham Street, described as follows:

(a) The narrowing and realignment of the pavement from a width of 20.3 metres to a width varying from 16.3 metres to 20.3 metres on COLLEGE STREET at various locations from Manning Avenue to Bathurst Street, generally as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. 421F-5317 dated February, 1999;

(b) The narrowing and realignment of the pavement from a width of 7.3 metres to a width varying from 6.1 metres to 7.3 metres on the east side of MANNING AVENUE from College Street to 15.0 metres south of College Street, generally as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. 421F-5317 dated February, 1999;

(c) The narrowing and realignment of the pavement from a width of 7.3 metres to a width varying from 6.1 metres to 7.3 metres on the west side of EUCLID AVENUE from College Street to 15.0 metres south of College Street, generally as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. 421F-5317 dated February, 1999;

(d) The narrowing and realignment of the pavement from a width of 7.3 metres to a width varying from 6.1 metres to 7.3 metres on the east side of MARKHAM STREET from College Street to 9.0 metres north of College Street, generally as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. 421F-5317 dated February, 1999;

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect thereto including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 28, Report No. 4)

2.53 Boulevard Cafe Application - 581-583 Markham Street (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (January 28, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, and recommending:

(1) That should a licence be obtained for the operation of a boulevard cafe fronting 581-583 Markham Street during the 1999 cafe season, I be requested to monitor the operation of the cafe and report back to the Toronto Community Council as a deputation item, at the end of the 1999 cafe season; and

(2) City Council defer consideration of the application with respect to the Lennox Street flankage until the cafe on the Markham Street frontage has operated for a season.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) a licence be granted for the operation of a boulevard cafe fronting 581-583 Markham Street during the 1999 cafe season, on the condition that the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services monitor the operation of the cafe and report back to the Toronto Community Council as a deputation item, at the end of the 1999 cafe season; and

(2) City Council defer consideration of the application with respect to the Lennox Street flankage until the cafe on the Markham Street frontage has operated for a season.

(Clause No. 29, Report No. 4)

2.54 Operation Of Boulevard Cafes During The 1997 And 1998 Cafe Seasons (Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Manager, Right of Way Management, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending that City Council allow the continuation of the extended hours of operation for the following boulevard cafes:

- 400 Bloor Street West, Brunswick Avenue flankage, closing hours of operation, to 2:00 a.m.

- 440 Bloor Street West, Howland Avenue flankage, closing hours of operation, to 1:00 a.m.

- 509 Bloor Street West, Borden Street flankage, closing hours of operation, to 2:00 a.m.

- 511 Bloor Street West, Borden Street flankage, closing hours of operation, to 2:00 a.m.

- 483 Bloor Street West, Brunswick Avenue flankage (including 298 Brunswick Avenue), closing hours of operation, to 2:00 a.m.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 30, Report No. 4)

2.55 Request For Removal Of Two City Owned Trees - 159 And 161 Beatrice Street (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 2, 1999) from the Commissioner, Economic Development, Culture & Tourism, and recommending that this request for tree removal be denied.

Ms. Kristen Forsythe, Joseph Messina Designer Builders, appeared before the Toronto Community Council in connection with the foregoing matter.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that the request for removal of two City-owned trees at 159 and 161 Beatrice Street be denied.

(Clause No. 31, Report No. 4)

2.56 Traffic Study - Castlefield Avenue From Rosewell Avenue To Avenue Road (North Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a communication (January 27, 1999) from Councillor Walker.

On moiton by Councillor Walker, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to conduct a traffic management study on Castlefield Avenue from Rosewell Avenue to Avenue Road, and report thereon to the Toronto Community Council.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; c.: Ms. Caroline Stinson, Head, Castlefield Avenue Traffic Committee, 244 Castlefield Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4R 1G7 - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(j), Report No. 4)

2.57 Parking On Mulock Avenue (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a communication (January 29, 1999) from Councillor Disero.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to report to the Toronto Community Council, at its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999 on the possibility of:

(1) moving permit parking to the west side of Mulock Avenue, north of Lloyd Avenue; or

(2) because of the nature of the street, exempting the east side of Mulock Avenue, north of Lloyd Avenue from the front yard parking by-law.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(k), Report No. 4)

2.58 Requests For Endorsement Of Events For Liquor Licensing Purposes

The Toronto Community Council had before it the following communications:

- (January 22, 1999) from Councillor Silva respecting the Senhor Santo Cristo Festival, St. Mary=s Church, on May 8 and 9, 1999.

- (undated) from Mr. Greg Cosway, The Cottage Creek Corporation respecting Toronto=s Festival of Beer, Historic Fort York, August 6, 1999 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. August 7, 1999 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and August 8, 1999 from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

- (February 3, 1999) from Ms. Liz Graham respecting EMI Music Canada=s 50th Anniversary, Palais Royale on Lakeshore Boulevard, March 7, 1999, 12:00 midnight to 4:00 a.m.

- (February 15, 1999) from Councillor Adams respecting Sante: the Bloor-Yorkville Wine 1999 Festival, April 22, 1999 - April 25, 1999, Grand Bay Hotel, Royal Ontario Museum, Four Seasons Hotel and Windsor Arms Hotel

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council, for liquor licensing purposes:

(1) declare the following to be events of municipal and/or community significance and advise the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario that it has no objection to their taking place:

(a) Toronto=s Festival of Beer to be held in Historic Fort York, August 6, 1999 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. August 7, 1999 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and August 8, 1999 from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.; and

(b) Senhor Santo Cristo Festival, to be held on May 8 and 9, 1999;

(c) Sante: the Bloor-Yorkville Wine 1999 Festival to be held on April 22, 1999 - April 25, 1999, at various times and locations set out in the proposal appended to the communication (February 15, 1999) from Councillor Adams; and

(2) advise the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario that it is aware of the EMI Music Canada=s 50th Anniversary Event, to be held Palais Royale on Lakeshore Boulevard on March 7, 1999 from 12:00 midnight to 4:00 a.m. and has no objection to it taking place.

(Clause No. 32, Report No. 4)

2.59 Prohibiting St. Clair Avenue West From Dufferin Street To Caledonia Road From Being Closed During The Summer Of 1999

(Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a communication (January 20, 1999) from Councillor Betty Disero.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to report to the Toronto Community Council, at its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999 on closing St. Clair Avenue West from Dufferin Street to Caledonia Road during the summer of 1999.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(l), Report No. 4)

2.60 Laneway First South Of Liberty Street Between Atlantic Avenue And Jefferson Avenue (Adjacent To Premises No. 58 Atlantic Avenue) - Prohibition of Vehicles over 2.0 Metres in Width. (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 4, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That vehicles over 2.0 metres in width be prohibited from travelling in the lane first south of Liberty Street between Atlantic Avenue and Jefferson Avenue; and

(2) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 33, Report No. 4)

2.61 Richmond Street West, Adjacent To The Queen West Community Health Centre (Premises No. 168 Bathurst Street) - Parking Regulations. (Trinity-Niagara)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 4, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the north side of Richmond Street West, from Bathurst Street to a point 58.5 metres west, be adjusted to apply from Bathurst Street to a point 15.0 metres west;

(2) That parking be allowed for a maximum period of sixty minutes from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday to Saturday, on the north side of Richmond Street West, from a point 15.0 metres west of Bathurst Street to a point 43.5 metres further west;

(3) That the Parking Authority of Toronto be requested to install parking meters/machines, to operate for a maximum period of sixty minutes from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday to Saturday, at a rate of $1.00 for sixty minutes, on the north side of Richmond Street West, from a point 15.0 metres west of Bathurst Street to a point 43.5 metres further west;

(4) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 34, Report No. 4)

2.62 Bay Street, From Lake Shore Boulevard West To The Railway Underpass - Traffic And Parking Regulations In The Vicinity Of The Air Canada Centre. (Downtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 3, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the east side of Bay Street from Lake Shore Boulevard West to Front Street West, be rescinded;

(2) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the west side of Bay Street from Front Street West to Lake Shore Boulevard West, be rescinded;

(3) That the stopping prohibition from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., except Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, on the west side of Bay Street from Lake Shore Boulevard West to Front Street West, be adjusted to apply from a point 30.5 metres north of Lake Shore Boulevard West to Front Street West;

(4) That stopping be prohibited at anytime on the west side of Bay Street from Lake Shore Boulevard West to a point 30.5 metres north;

(5) That standing be prohibited at anytime on the east side of Bay Street from Lake Shore Boulevard West to the railway underpass;

(6) That standing be prohibited at anytime on the west side of Bay Street from a point 30.5 metres north of Lake Shore Boulevard West to the railway underpass;

(7) That parking be prohibited at anytime on both sides of Bay Street from the railway underpass to Front Street West;

(8) That U-turns be prohibited at anytime by northbound and southbound traffic on Bay Street between Lake Shore Boulevard West and Front Street West; and

(9) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 35, Report No. 4)

2.63 Christie Street From Bloor Street West To Dupont Street - Refinements To Approved Roadway Narrowing Plan. (Davenport and Midtown)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 5, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, Works and Emergency Services, and recommending:

1. That former City of Toronto By-law No. 602-89, being AA By-law to authorize the construction, widening, narrowing, alteration and repair of sidewalks, pavements and curbs at various locations@, amended by City Council on October 2, 1998 to authorize the alteration of Christie Street by narrowing the pavement between Bloor Street West and Dupont Street, be further amended to incorporate the design refinements noted in the text of this report and shown in the attached Drawing Nos. 421F-5310, -5311 and -5312, all dated January, 1999, and detailed in Appendix A attached hereto; and

2. That in order to implement the parking scheme described herein the parking regulation changes outlined in the schedules contained in Appendix B attached hereto, be approved; and

3. That the appropriate City Officials be authorized to take whatever action is necessary to implement the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that might be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) permit parking be permitted on the west side of Christie Street within the Davenport ward; and

(2) the following report (February 5, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1 be adopted, as amended by Recommendation No. (1) be adopted.

(Clause No. 36, Report No. 4)

2.64 Jackman Avenue, West Side, From Danforth Avenue To Hurndale Avenue - Extension Of The Parking Duration And Hours Of Parking Operation In The AStudent Pick-up/drop-off Area@(Don River)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 5, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the parking prohibition from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m., except Sunday and Public Holidays, and on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., on the west side of Jackman Avenue, be rescinded:

a) from Danforth Avenue to a point 27.6 metres north;

b) from a point 45.7 metres north of Danforth Avenue to Hurndale Avenue;

(2) That the 10 minutes maximum parking restriction from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, except Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays on the west side of Jackman Avenue, be rescinded:

a) from Danforth Avenue to a point 27.6 metres north;

b) from a point 45.7 metres north of Danforth Avenue to Hurndale Avenue;

(3) That parking be prohibited from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., except Sunday and Public Holidays, and from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturdays on the west side of Jackman Avenue:

a) from Danforth Avenue to a point 36.6 metres north;

b) from a point 45.7 metres north of Danforth Avenue to Hurndale Avenue;

(4) That parking be permitted for a maximum period of 15 minutes from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., except Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays:

a) from Danforth Avenue to a point 36.6 metres north;

b) from a point 45.7 metres north of Danforth Avenue to Hurndale Avenue; and

(5) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Layton, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 37, Report No. 4)

2.65 Shaw Street From Marchmount Road To Wychcrest Avenue - Proposed Installation Of Speed Humps (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (February 5, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1, and recommending:

1. That approval be given to alter sections of the roadway on Shaw Street from Marchmount Road to Wychcrest Avenue for traffic calming purposes as described below, with implementation subject to favourable results of the polling of affected residents pursuant to the policy related to speed hump installation as adopted by the former City of Toronto Council:

AThe construction of speed humps on Shaw Street from Marchmount Road to Wychcrest Avenue, generally as shown on the attached print of Drawing No. 421F-5313, dated January 1999";

2. That the speed limit be reduced from 40 kilometres per hour to 30 kilometres per hour on Shaw Street from Marchmount Road to Wychcrest Avenue coincident with the implementation of speed humps; and

3. That the appropriate City Officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to implement the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the foregoing report (February 5, 1999) from the Director, Transportation Services District 1 be adopted; and

(2) a poll also be conducted of the residents of Marchmount Road, between Shaw Street and Ossington Avenue.

(Clause No. 38, Report No. 4)

2.66 Intersection Of Dorothy Street And Hiltz Avenue - Impact Of All-way AStop@sign Control On Traffic Operation (East Toronto)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a report (September 28, 1998) from the Director, Transportation Services, District I, and recommending that this report be received for information.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council received the foregoing report for information.

(Mr. Claude jacques Lemieux and Mr. Joseph paul Tellegrino, 83 Hiltz Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4L 2N7; cc: Director, Transportation Services, District 1; David G. Dignard, Works and emergency Services - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(m), Report No. 4)

2.67 Request For Speed Bumps - Area Bounded By Davenport Road, Dupont Street (Railway Tracks), Christie Street And Ossington Avenue (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a communication (September 1, 1998) from Councillor Disero.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council received the foregoing communication.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services; c.: Interested Persons - Encl. - February 24, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(n), Report No. 4)

2.68 Installation Of Speed Humps On Prescott Avenue From Rockwell Avenue To Rowntree Avenue (Davenport)

The Toronto Community Council had before it a communication (February 10, 1999) from Councillor Disero.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) approval be given to alter sections of the roadway on Prescott Avenue, from Rowntree Avenue West to Rockwell Avenue for traffic calming purposes as described below, with implementation being subject to favourable results of the polling of residents pursuant to the policy related to speed hump installation as adopted by the former City of Toronto

AThe construction of speed humps on Prescott Avenue, from Rowntree Avenue to Rockwell Avenue;@

(2) the speed limit be reduced from forty kilometres per hour to thirty kilometres per hour on Prescott Avenue, from Rowntree Avenue to Rockwell Avenue, coincident with the implementation of speed humps; and

(3) the appropriate City officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to implement the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required:

(Clause No. 39, Report No. 4)

2.69 Request For Traffic Counts

The Toronto Committee had before it a communication (February 11, 1999) from Councillor Disero.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Service to submit to the Toronto Community Council, at its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999, traffic counts for the following areas:

(1) block bounded by Dupont Street, Dufferin Street, Dovercourt Road and Bloor Street West;

(2) block bounded by Dupont Street, Dovercourt Road, Ossington Avenue and Bloor Street West; and

(3) block bounded by Dupont Street, Ossington Avenue, Shaw Street and Bloor Street West.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(o), Report No. 4)

2.70 8 South Kingsway - Request for Approval of a Variance from Chapter 297, Signs, of the Former City of Toronto Municipal Code (High Park)

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a report (October 27, 1998) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a further report (December 23, 1998) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development, and recommending that:

1. That City Council approve Application No. 998050 respecting a minor variance from Chapter 297, Signs, of the former City of Toronto Municipal Code to permit 15 illuminated signs and 3 non-illuminated signs.

2. That the applicant be advised, upon approval of Application No. 998050, of the requirement to obtain the necessary permits from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

3. That City Council require the applicant to have the top of the gas bar canopy, which is normally white, painted with Pittsburgh paint #4454 - Spanish Moss colour.

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the report (December 23, 1998) from the Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services.

(Clause No. 40, Report No. 4)

2.71 Kewbeach Avenue between Waverley Road and Kenilworth Avenue - Implementation of two sided parking (East Toronto)

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a report (February 15, 1999) from Director, Transportation Services, District 1, and recommending:

(1) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the north side of Kewbeach Avenue between Waverley Road and Kenilworth Avenue be rescinded;

(2) That permit parking be introduced on the north side of Kewbeach Avenue from Waverley Road to Kenilworth Avenue on an area basis within permit area 9C to operate during the hours of 12:01 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.;

(3) That Schedule A of Municipal Code Chapter 400, Traffic and Parking, of the former City of Toronto, be amended to incorporate the north side of Kewbeach Avenue between Waverley Road and Kenilworth Avenue;

(4) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council the adoption of the foregoing report.

(Clause No. 41, Report No. 4)

2.72 373 Clinton Street - Ontario Municipal Appeal of Committee of Adjustment Refusal (Midtown)

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a communication (February 15, 1999) from Councillor Adams.

On motion by Councillor Adams, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that the City Solicitor be directed to appear before the Ontario Municipal Board to defend the City of the Toronto Committee of Adjustment decision of January 5, 1999, regarding 373 Clinton Street, and that he be authorized to retain independent planning advice and evidence for the hearing.

(Clause No. 42, Report No. 4)

2.73 Blackthorn Avenue - AOne Way@ Street Signage (Davenport)

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a communication (February 16, 1999) from Councillor Disero.

On motion by Councillor Disero, the Toronto Community Council requested the Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services to report to the Toronto Community Council, at its meeting to be held on March 30, 1999, on the possibility of installing a planter at the intersections of Rockwell Avenue and Blackthorn Avenue, and St. Marks= and Calvary Parking Lot and Blackthorn Avenue to prevent motorists from travelling the wrong way down Blackthorn Avenue.

(Commissioner of Works and Emergency Services - Encl. - February 23, 1999)

(Clause No. 59(p), Report No. 4)

2.74 Technical Amendments re: Parking Regulations - Bloor Street West, between Bathurst Street and Dufferin Street (Trinity-Niagara)

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a joint communication (February 15, 1999) from Councillors Pantalone and Silva.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it Clause 23 of Toronto Community Council Report No. 16, titled, AParking Regulations - Bloor Street West, Between Bathurst Street and Dufferin Street (Trinity-Niagara)@, which was adopted by City Council at its meeting held on December 16 and 17, 1998.

On motion by Councillor Pantalone, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) parking regulations allow parking on Bloor Street West from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. on the north side, at the existing parking meters only, and from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. on the south side, at the existing parking meters only, between Bathurst Street and Dufferin Street during weekdays; and

(2) other parking regulations such as taxicab stands, 1-hour parking and the parking meter by-law be amended accordingly.

(Clause No. 43, Report No. 4)

2.75 Deferral of Committee of Adjustment Appeal Hearing - 184 Sherbourne Street (Downtown)

On motion by Councillor Miller, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a report (February 16, 1999) from Commissioner of Urban Planning and Development Services respecting, and recommending that City Council confirm to the Ontario Municipal Board, the City of Toronto=s position of opposing the appeal of the Committee of Adjustment decision refusing Application No. A199800854.

The Toronto Community Council also had before it a report (February 17, 1999) from the City Solicitor.

On motion by Councillor Chow, the Toronto Community Council recommended that City Council confirm to the Ontario Municipal Board, the City of Toronto=s position of opposing the appeal of the Committee of Adjustment decision refusing Application No. A199800854.

(Clause No. 44, Report No. 4)

2.76 Queen Street East, both sides, from Coxwell Avenue to Woodbine Avenue - Introduction of Pay-and-Display parking machines where parking is currently allowed (East Toronto)

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council allowed the introduction of a report (February 17, 1999) from Director, Transportation Services District 1, Works and Emergency Services, and recommending:

(1) That the parking prohibition from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m., during the race meets, on the south side of Queen Street East, from Coxwell Avenue to Eastern Avenue, be rescinded;

(2) That the parking prohibition from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, on the north side of Queen Street East, from Rainsford Road to Woodbine Avenue, be rescinded;

(3) That the two hour parking restriction from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, and from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, on the south side of Queen Street East, from Kingston Road to Kippendavie Avenue, be rescinded;

(4) That the two hour parking restriction from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, and from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, on the north side of Queen Street East, from Rainsford Road to a point 85 metres east of Kingston Road, be rescinded;

(5) That the parking prohibition at anytime on the north side of Queen Street East, from Kingston Road to a point 165 metres further west be rescinded;

(6) That parking be prohibited at anytime on the north side of Queen Street East from Kingston Road to Orchard Park Boulevard;

(7) That parking be prohibited at anytime on the north side of Queen Street East, from Rainsford Road to Woodbine Avenue;

(8) That parking be prohibited at anytime on the south side of Queen Street East, from Woodbine Avenue to Kippendavie Avenue;

(9) That Pay-and-Display parking machines operate from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, for a maximum period of two hours, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday for a maximum period of two hours and from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. daily, for a maximum period of three hours, at the rate of $1.25 per hour, on the north side of Queen Street East:

(a) from Coxwell Avenue to Orchard Park Boulevard;

(b) from Rainsford Road to a point 85 metres east of Kingston Road;

(10) That Pay-and-Display parking machines operate from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, for a maximum period of two hours, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday for a maximum period of two hours and from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. daily, for a maximum period of three hours, at the rate of $1.25 per hour, on the south side of Queen Street East:

(a) from Coxwell Avenue to a point 200 metres west of Kingston Road;

(b) from Kingston Road to Woodbine Avenue; and

(11) That the appropriate City Officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that are required.

On motion by Councillor Jakobek, the Toronto Community Council recommended to City Council that:

(1) the foregoing report (February 17, 1999) from Director, Transportation Services District 1, Works and Emergency Services be adopted;

(2) a poll be conducted of the residents of Queen Street East with respect to the introduction of permit parking on the north side of Queen Street East between Rainsford Road and Kingston Road; and

(3) the City Solicitor be requested to submit the appropriate by-law amendment, should permit parking be approved on Queen Street East between Rainsford Road and Kingston Road, at the same time as the by-law is submitted respecting the introduction of Pay-and-Display parking machines where parking is currently allowed on Queen Street East, both sides, from Coxwell Avenue to Woodbine Avenue.

(Clause No. 45, Report No. 4)

The Committee adjourned its meeting at 5:15 p.m.

Chair.

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February 17, 1999

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.



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5:15 p.m.



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Adams

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Bossons

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Bussin

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Chow

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Disero

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Fotinos

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Jakobek

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Johnston

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Korwin-Kuczynski

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Layton

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McConnell

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Miller

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Pantalone

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Silva

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Walker

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Mayor Lastman

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* Members were present for some or all of the time indicated.

 

   
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