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Council Chamber, City Hall

  • Recommendation
    1. That the request to speak from Candace Skrapek, Saskatoon Council on Aging, dated January 27, 2020 be added to item 5.3;
    2. That the following letters be added to item 8.1.4:
      1. Request to Speak - David Fineday, dated January 26, 2020
      2. Submitting Comments - Katelyn Siggelkow, Pleasant Hill Community Association, dated January 26, 2020
    3. That the letter requesting to speak from Darla Lindbjerg, The Chamber, dated January 26, 2020 be added to item 8.3.3;
    4. That the items with speakers be heard following consideration of the Consent Agenda as follows:
      1. Item 8.1.4 - David Fineday
      2. Item 8.3.3 - Darla Lindbjerg
    5. ​That the agenda be confirmed as amended.
  • Recommendation

    That the minutes of the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget of City Council held on November 25, 26, and 27, 2019, and the minutes of the Regular Business Meeting of City Council held on December 16 2019, be adopted.

Request to Speak - Candace Skrapek, Saskatoon Council on Aging, January 27, 2020

The City Clerk reported that this is a standing item on the agenda in order to provide Council Members an opportunity to provide any public acknowledgements.

  • Recommendation

    ​That the Committee recommendations contained in Items 8.1.1 to 8.1.4; 8.2.1 to 8.2.3; 8.3.1  to 8.3.3; 8.4.1; and 8.5.1 to 8.5.4 be adopted as one motion.

  • Recommendation

    That the Marr Residence 2019 Annual Report be received as information.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the donation of the artworks Contrapuntal Jazz, Dream Walker, Cascadence and River and Sky be accepted as donations into the City of Saskatoon public art collection, as recommended by the Public Art Advisory Committee and Civic Administration;
    2. That the Office of the City Solicitor prepare the necessary agreements evidencing the donations for signing by the Artists, the Mayor and the City Clerk; and
    3. That the Office of the City Solicitor prepare the necessary agreement with the Saskatchewan Craft Council to allow for the display of the artwork River and Sky on the Craft Council building at 813 Broadway Avenue.

Attachment 2 will only be provided digitally due to size.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Corridor Transformation Plan be endorsed to guide future corridor land use planning activities as the basis for implementing the Corridor Growth Portfolio of the Growth Plan to Half a Million; and
    2. That the Corridor Transformation Plan be forwarded to the Municipal Planning Commission for information.

Letters from the following are provided:

- Requesting to Speak - David Fineday, dated January 26, 2020
- Submitting Comments - Katelyn Siggelkow, Pleasant Hill Community Association, dated January 26, 2020

  • Recommendation

    That Administration be directed to investigate further and report back on the financial implications of implementing Option 1,: increase staffing to facilitate pro-active property maintenance inspections, as outlined in the January 14, 2020 report of the General Manager, Community Services Department.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Administration be authorized to pilot a presale process of unsubdivided and unserviced lot blocks in one future phase of Aspen Ridge and Brighton neighbourhoods (as shown in Appendix 1) through an open market (standard terms) sales approach;
    2. That if the lot blocks are not sold through the pilot presale process, they be subdivided and offered to Eligible Contractors in a multi-lot allocation or lot draw process;
    3. That any lots remaining from these allocations be offered for sale over the counter on a first-come, first-served basis;
    4. That the Administration be authorized to administer architectural controls on the subject properties; and
    5. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the Presale Agreements and subsequent Agreements for Sale and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreements under the Corporate Seal.
  • Recommendation

    That a withdrawal of $452,915.75 from the Property Realized Reserve be approved to fund miscellaneous land development and related sales costs incurred during the period December 1, 2018 to November 30, 2019.

  • Recommendation

    That the Administration be directed to permanently install the Treaty 6 and Métis flags within City Council Chambers and other City of Saskatoon owned and operated facilities as appropriate to recognize the importance of the Treaty Relationship as a foundational basis for mutual cooperation in Saskatoon and the importance of working with Indigenous Governments toward the benefit of the whole community.

  • Recommendation

    That the City Clerk be requested to advertise the Youth vacancy on the Saskatoon Environmental Advisory Committee.

  • Recommendation

    That Beatrice Regnier be appointed to the Municipal Planning Commission to the end of 2021.

  • Recommendation

    That Andrea Howe be appointed the United Way representative on the Social Services Subcommittee – Assistance to Community Groups: Cash Grants Program for 2020.

  • Recommendation

    That the City's representative be instructed to vote the City's proxy at the 2020 Annual General Meeting for the reappointment of Russel Marcoux and the appointment of Darla Deguire to the SaskTel Centre Board of Directors throughout a term expiring at the conclusion of the 2022 Annual General Meeting.

  • Recommendation

    That the appointment of Carmen Hamm to the Riversdale Business Improvement District Board of Management, be approved.

  • Recommendation

    That City Council consider Bylaw No. 9674, The Municipal Property Amendment Bylaw, 2020 and Bylaw No. 9675, The Recreation Facilities and Parks Amendment Bylaw, 2020.

  • Recommendation

    That City Council consider:

    1. Bylaw No. 9676, The Local Improvement Procedure Repeal Bylaw, 2020;
    2. Bylaw No. 9677, The Lord’s Day Act Repeal Bylaw, 2020;
    3. Bylaw No. 9678, The Planned Unit Developments Repeal Bylaw, 2020;
    4. Bylaw No. 9679, The SPCA Repeal Bylaw, 2020; and
    5. Bylaw No. 9680, The Weigh Scale Repeal Bylaw, 2020.

[In Camera - Sections 16(1)(d) and 28 of LAFOIPP]

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