REVISED AGENDA

CITY COUNCIL - 2020/2021 MULTI-YEAR PRELIMINARY CORPORATE BUSINESS PLAN AND BUDGET

November 25, 26, and 27, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
 
[Recesses will be called at approximately 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.]

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Council Chamber, City Hall

  • Recommendation
    1. That City Council suspend the rules of having electronic participation of members limited to emergencies for this meeting to permit Councillor Hill the option to attend the meeting on Day 2 (and 3 if required), or a portion of, via teleconference;

    2. That the following communications be included with the agenda as outlined:

      Added to Item 5.1.1 (Requesting to Speak - Item 6.4 - Saskatoon Public Library)
      - Kathy Evans, with comments dated November 21, 2019;
      - Yann Martel dated November 21, 2019; and
      - David Parkinson dated November 21, 2019;

      Added to Item 5.1.3 (Requesting to Speak - General)

      - Keith Moen, NSBA dated November 22, 2019;
      - Brent Penner, Downtown Saskatoon dated November 24, 2019; and
      - Darla Lindbjerg and Margot Orr, Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce, with comments dated November 25, 2019;

      Added as Item 5.1.4 (Requesting to Speak - Item 6.9.2 - Development Review Program - Proposed Fee Changes)
      - Chris Guérette, Saskatoon & Region Home Builders' Association dated November 25, 2019;

      Added as Item 5.1.5 (Requesting to Speak - Item 6.14.2 - Wanuskewin's Stand-Alone Funding Agreement)
      - Darlene Brander, Wanuskewin Heritage Park dated November 22, 2019;

      Added as Item 5.1.6 (Requesting to Speak - Item 6.14.9 - Additional Transit Service - Rosewood Neighbourhood)
      - Murray Totland, Arbutus Properties dated November 22, 2019;

      Added to Item 5.2.1 (Submitting Comments - Item 6.4 - Saskatoon Public Library)
      - Abigail Chicoine dated November 19, 2019;
      - Tara Wallace dated November 20, 2019;
      - Melissa Just, University Library; Dean Dodge, YMCA of Saskatoon; and Brent Penner, Downtown Saskatoon, submitted by SPL November 20, 2019;
      - Rachel Engler-Stringer, University of Saskatchewan dated November 21, 2019;
      - Sheena Greer dated November 21, 2019;
      - Bryn Rawlyk dated November 22, 2019;
      - Anthony Gossner dated November 22, 2019;
      - Maygen Kardash dated November 23, 2019;
      - Pamela Giles dated November 23, 2019;
      - Caitlin Ward dated November 23, 2019;
      - Jola Pisz dated November 23, 2019;
      - Jeremy Wawryk dated November 24, 2019;
      - Franny Rawlyk dated November 24, 2019;
      - Kristina Clouthier dated November 24, 2019;
      - Yvonne Lynch dated November 24, 2019;
      - Arthur Slade dated November 24, 2019;
      - Tim Yaworski dated November 24, 2019;
      - Ena Bonny-Baker dated November 24, 2019;
      - Jane Deneer dated November 24, 2019;
      - Pamela Woodsworth dated November 24, 2019;
      - Tracey Mitchell dated November 24, 2019 (with LEC letters);
      - Erin Wolfson dated November 24, 2019;
      - Patrick Chassé dated November 24, 2019;
      - Carmody Hallamore dated November 24, 2019;
      - Christina Sitkowski, Saskatoon Chapter of Canada Learning Code dated November 24, 2019;
      - Cynthia Dyck dated November 24, 2019;
      - Kent Allen dated November 24, 2019;
      - Brooke Trippel and Johannes Lindenbaum dated November 25, 2019;
      - Joelle Schaefer dated November 25, 2019;
      - Yvette Nolan dated November 25, 2019;
      - Audra Krueger dated November 25, 2019; and
      - Dan Matthews dated November 25, 2019;

      Added to Item 5.2.2 (Submitting Comments - Item 6.14.6 - Low Emissions Community Plan Funding Options)

      - Meghan Trumpy dated November 19, 2019;
      - Jason Praski dated November 20, 2019;
      - Neil Sinclair dated November 21, 2019;
      - Dev Hopkins dated November 21, 2019;
      - Justin Fisher dated November 22, 2019;
      - Gail Stevens dated November 23, 2019;
      - Brenda MacDonald dated November 24, 2019;
      - Justin Fisher, Climate Justice Saskatoon dated November 24, 2019;
      - Tracey Mitchell dated November 24, 2019;
      - Linda Murphy dated November 24, 2019; and
      - Hayley Carlson dated November 25, 2019;

      Added as Item 5.2.4 (Submitting Comments - Item 6.6 - Environmental Health)
      - Julia Adamson, Friends of the Afforestation Areas Inc. dated November 22, 2019;

      Added as Item 5.2.5 (Submitting Comments/Request - Item 6.10 - Community Support)
      - Shawna Nelson, Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Inc. dated November 25, 2019;

      Added as Item 5.2.6 - (Submitting Comments - General)
      - Blair Davidson, SaskTel Centre Board dated November 21, 2019;
      - Tasker Wanlin dated November 25, 2019; and
      - Natalie Beaton, CFIB dated November 25, 2019

    3. That Item 6.1.2 - Funding Plans Update report, be considered following Item 6.14, Business Plan and Budget Options;

    4. That Item 6.7, Appendix 1 be replaced with the correct 'Fees for Waste-Related Services - 2020/2021'; and

    5. That the agenda be confirmed as amended.

Mr. Jeff Jorgenson, City Manager will provide opening remarks and Mr. Kerry Tarasoff, Chief Financial Officer will provide an introduction of the budget.

  • Recommendation

    That the following speakers be heard and the information be received. 

  • James Lopaschuk dated November 18, 2019
  • Kathy Evans, with comments dated November 21, 2019;
  • Yann Martel dated November 21, 2019; and
  • David Parkinson dated November 21, 2019
  • Angie Bugg, Saskatoon Environmental Advisory Committee dated November 19, 2019
  • Chris Knihnitski dated November 19, 2019 on behalf of the TCU Place Board of Directors regarding City Council Priorities for a new convention centre;
  • Keith Moen, NSBA dated November 19, 2019 and November 22, 2019 regarding the 2020/2021 Preliminary Civic Budget;
  • Brent Penner, Downtown Saskatoon dated November 24, 2019 regarding the 2020/2021 Preliminary Civic Budget; and
  • Darla Lindbjerg and Margot Orr, Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce, with comments regarding the 2020/2021 Preliminary Civic Budget dated November 25, 2019.
  • Chris Guérette, Saskatoon & Region Home Builders' Association dated November 25, 2019
  • Darlene Brander, Wanuskewin Heritage Park dated November 22, 2019
  • Murray Totland, Arbutus Properties dated November 22, 2019
  • Recommendation

    That the information be received.

  • Doug Darbellay dated October 3, 2019;
  • Marc Legge dated November 14, 2019;
  • William Cooper dated November 15, 2019;
  • Abigail Chicoine dated November 19, 2019;
  • Tara Wallace dated November 20, 2019;
  • Melissa Just, University Library; Dean Dodge, YMCA of Saskatoon; and Brent Penner, Downtown Saskatoon, submitted by SPL November 20, 2019;
  • Rachel Engler-Stringer, University of Saskatchewan dated November 21, 2019;
  • Sheena Greer dated November 21, 2019;
  • Bryn Rawlyk dated November 22, 2019;
  • Anthony Gossner dated November 22, 2019;
  • Maygen Kardash dated November 23, 2019;
  • Pamela Giles dated November 23, 2019;
  • Caitlin Ward dated November 23, 2019;
  • Jola Pisz dated November 23, 2019;
  • Jeremy Wawryk dated November 24, 2019;
  • Franny Rawlyk dated November 24, 2019;
  • Kristina Clouthier dated November 24, 2019;
  • Yvonne Lynch dated November 24, 2019;
  • Arthur Slade dated November 24, 2019;
  • Tim Yaworski dated November 24, 2019;
  • Ena Bonny-Baker dated November 24, 2019;
  • Jane Deneer dated November 24, 2019;
  • Pamela Woodsworth dated November 24, 2019;
  • Tracey Mitchell dated November 24, 2019 (with LEC letters);
  • Erin Wolfson dated November 24, 2019;
  • Patrick Chassé dated November 24, 2019;
  • Carmody Hallamore dated November 24, 2019;
  • Christina Sitkowski, Saskatoon Chapter of Canada Learning Code dated November 24, 2019;
  • Cynthia Dyck dated November 24, 2019;
  • Kent Allen dated November 24, 2019;
  • Brooke Trippel and Johannes Lindenbaum dated November 25, 2019;
  • Joelle Schaefer dated November 25, 2019;
  • Yvette Nolan dated November 25, 2019;
  • Audra Krueger dated November 25, 2019; and
  • Dan Matthews dated November 25, 2019
  • John Parry dated November 16, 2019;
  • Paul Wilkinson dated November 16, 2019;
  • Julia Boughner dated November 17, 2019;
  • Elizabeth Roth dated November 18, 2019;
  • Tim Quigley dated November 18, 2019;
  • Meghan Trumpy dated November 19, 2019;
  • Jason Praski dated November 20, 2019;
  • Neil Sinclair dated November 21, 2019;
  • Dev Hopkins dated November 21, 2019;
  • Justin Fisher dated November 22, 2019;
  • Gail Stevens dated November 23, 2019;
  • Brenda MacDonald dated November 24, 2019;
  • Justin Fisher, Climate Justice Saskatoon dated November 24, 2019;
  • Tracey Mitchell dated November 24, 2019;
  • Linda Murphy dated November 24, 2019; and
  • Hayley Carlson dated November 25, 2019
  • Alex Fallon, SREDA dated November 13, 2019
  • Julia Adamson, Friends of the Afforestation Areas Inc. dated November 22, 2019
  • Shawna Nelson, Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Inc. dated November 25, 2019
  • Blair Davidson, SaskTel Centre Board dated November 21, 2019;
  • Tasker Wanlin dated November 25, 2019; and
  • Natalie Beaton, CFIB dated November 25, 2019

Includes - Policing

A report from the Administration is attached.

Representatives from the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Saskatoon Police Service Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $110,431,100 in expenditures and $10,749,000 in revenues be approved;
    2. That the Saskatoon Police Service Business Line operating plan for 2021 totalling $114,776,900 in expenditures and $10,779,000 in revenues be approved;
    3. That the 2020 capital budget totalling $1,923,000 be approved; and
    4. That the 2021 capital plan totalling $2,693,000 be approved.

Includes - Emergency Management; Fire Services

A report from the Administration is attached.

Mr. Morgan Hackl, Fire Chief will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Saskatoon Fire Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $52,564,100 in expenditures and $1,260,900 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Saskatoon Fire Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $53,872,400 in expenditures and $1,269,900 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $2,985,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda; and
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $1,495,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda.

Includes - Library Property Levy; Saskatoon Public Library

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Carol Cooley, Director of Libraries & CEO, Saskatoon Public Library will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Saskatoon Public Library Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $27,192,800 in expenditures and $27,192,800 in revenues be approved;
    2. That the Saskatoon Public Library Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $28,466,600 in expenditures and $28,466,600 in revenues be approved;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $152,900,000 be approved; and
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $200,000 be approved.

Includes - Remai Modern; SaskTel Centre; TCU Place

A report from the Administration is attached. 

Mr. Kerry Tarasoff, Chief Financial Officer will present the Business Line.

Representatives from the Remai Modern, SaskTel Centre and TCU Place will present the respective Service Lines.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Arts, Culture and Events Venues Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $8,473,500 in expenditures be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Arts, Culture and Events Venues Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $8,697,600 in expenditures be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $353,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda; and
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $732,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda.

Includes - Sustainability; Urban Biological Services; Urban Forestry; Waste Handling Service; Waste Reduction

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Angela Gardiner, General Manager, Utilities & Environment will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Environmental Health Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $23,536,700 in expenditures and $6,862,600 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Environmental Health Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $26,726,400 in expenditures and $7,977,900 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $12,271,200 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $1,099,200 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    5. That the Landfill entry fee, tipping fees (pro-rata weight charges), specific disposal fees, and discount for small loads remain unchanged for 2020 and 2021;
    6. That the City Solicitor be instructed to amend Schedule “A” of Bylaw No. 8310, The Waste Bylaw, 2004, specifically to revise the commercial garbage collection rates listed within the report of the Chief Financial Officer dated November 25, 2019;
    7. That the 2020 and 2021 Landfill Replacement Reserve provision remain unchanged at $29.50 per tonne for all waste landfilled, per the previous airspace valuation calculation;
    8. That the 2020 and 2021 Green Cart Program seasonal subscription fees increase to $60 (from $55) until April 30 of each year. Any renewals or new subscriptions paid after April 30 will cost $75, which remains unchanged from 2019; and
    9. That the Compost Depot Commercial Hauler Seasonal Permit fee of $150 per vehicle remain unchanged for 2020 and 2021.

Includes - Saskatoon Light & Power; Storm Water Management; Waste Services Utility; Wastewater Utility; Water Utility

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Angela Gardiner, General Manager, Utilities & Environment will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Utilities Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $370,522,300 in expenditures and $370,522,300 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Utilities Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $384,508,400 in expenditures and $384,508,400 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $91,305,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $122,280,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    5. That the Curbside Residential Recycling Program fees per household per month, as outlined in Appendix 1, be set at $7.38 in 2020, and $7.47 in 2021;
    6. That the Multi-Unit Residential Recycling Program fees per household per month, as outlined in Appendix 1, be set at $3.71 in 2020, and $3.86 in 2021;
    7. That the City Solicitor be instructed to amend Schedule “D” of Bylaw No. 8310, The Waste Bylaw, 2004, specifically to revise the residential recycling fees listed within the report of the Chief Financial Officer dated November 25, 2019;
    8. That the City Solicitor be instructed to amend Schedule “E” of Bylaw No. 8310, The Waste Bylaw, 2004, specifically to remove polycoat, black plastic, and plastic #6 expanded polystyrene from the list of permitted recyclable material;
    9. That the 2020 and 2021 water and wastewater rate changes, as outlined in Appendix 2, be approved effective January 1 of each year;
    10. That the 2020 and 2021 infrastructure rate change, as outlined in Appendix 2, be approved effective January 1 of each year; and
    11. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate bylaws.
     

Includes - Access Transit; Bridge, Subways, Overpasses; Engineering; Impound Lot; Parking; Road Maintenance; Snow & Ice Management; Street Cleaning & Sweeping; Street Lighting; Transit Operations; Transportation Services

A report from the Administration is attached.

Mr. Terry Schmidt, General Manager, Transportation & Construction will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Transportation Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $143,706,300 in expenditures and $24,228,500 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Transportation Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $147,601,500 in expenditures and $24,299,600 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 capital budget totalling $44,305,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    4. That the 2021 capital plan totalling $46,595,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    5. That proposed fees for entrance and storage at the municipal Impound Lot for 2020-2021, effective January 1, 2020, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved; and
    6. That Bylaw No. 6774 – Capital Reserve Bylaw, 1993, be amended to specify that the Parking Capital Reserve shall be funded annually from an authorized provision in the City of Saskatoon’s Operating Budget.

Includes - Attainable Housing; Building and Plumbing Permits & Standards; Business Improvement Districts; Bylaw Compliance; Development Review; Licenses & Permits; Long Range Planning; Neighbourhood Planning; Planning Project Services; Regional Planning; Research & Mapping; Urban Design

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Lynne Lacroix, General Manager, Community Services Department will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Urban Planning and Development Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $15,015,900 in expenditures and $8,129,300 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Urban Planning and Development Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $16,447,700 in expenditures and $9,585,500 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $2,420,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $1,933,000, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    5. That the proposed fee adjustment for development permits and other development applications, as outlined in Appendix 1 and included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved;
    6. That Council Policy No. C03-003, Reserves for Future Expenditures, be amended, as outlined in Appendix 1A, to provide for a Development Review Program Stabilization Reserve;
    7. That the Administration undertake the necessary steps to implement the proposed fee changes for development permits and other development applications, including preparing the required notices for advertising the proposed amendments to the Zoning Bylaw and preparing the required bylaws and policy amendments;
    8. That the proposed commercial building permit fees for 2020–2022, as outlined in Appendix 2 and included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved;
    9. That the City Solicitor be instructed to draft the appropriate amendments to Bylaw No. 9455, Building Bylaw, 2017; and
    10. That the proposed fee increase for portable sign licensing, effective January 1, 2021, as outlined in Appendix 3 and included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved.

City Council, at its Regular Business meeting held on November 18, 2019 considered the attached report of its Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development and Community Services and resolved that the proposed fee changes and policy changes for the Commercial Building Permit Program be forwarded for consideration by City Council at the 2020/2021 Budget Deliberations.

  • Council Recommendation

    That City Council consider the proposed fee changes and policy changes for the Commercial Building Permit Program.

City Council, at its Regular Business meeting held on November 18, 2019 considered the attached report of its Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development and Community Services and resolved that the proposed fee changes and policy changes for the Development Review Program be forwarded for consideration by City Council at the 2020/2021 Budget Deliberations.

  • Council Recommendation

    That City Council consider the proposed fee changes and policy changes for the Development Review Program.

Includes - Animal Services; Cemeteries; Community Development; Community Investments & Supports

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Lynne Lacroix, General Manager, Community Services Department will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Community Support Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $18,635,000 in expenditures and $2,580,700 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Community Support Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $19,216,700 in expenditures and $2,587,500 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $100,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    4. That the pet licensing rates for 2021, effective January 1, 2021, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget be approved;
    5. That the proposed fee increase for services provided at Woodlawn Cemetery, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved; and
    6. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the necessary amendments to Bylaw No. 6453, Cemeteries Bylaw.

Includes - Marketing Services; Spectator Ballfields; Community Partnerships; Forestry Farm Park & Zoo; Golf Courses; Gordon Howe Campground; Indoor Rinks; Nutrien Playland; Outdoor Pools; Outdoor Sports Fields; Parks Maintenance & Design; Playground & Recreation Areas; Program Research & Design; Leisure Centres-Program; Leisure Centres-Rentals; Targeted Programming; Albert Community Centre; Marr Residence; River Landing

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Lynne Lacroix, General Manager, Community Services Department will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Recreation and Culture Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $57,243,400 in expenditures and $24,691,600 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Recreation and Culture Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $58,425,200 in expenditures and $24,890,100 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $4,830,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $5,215,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    5. That the rates for indoor arenas for 2021, effective October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved;
    6. That the golf course rates and fees for the three City of Saskatoon municipal golf courses, effective April 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved;
    7. That rates and fees for sport fields for 2020-2021, effective January 1, 2020, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved;
    8. That the Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park (Nutrien Playland) admission rates and group rental rates for 2020-2021, effective January 1, 2020, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved; and
    9. That the Special Event Application Fee for 2021, effective January 1, 2021, as included in the 2020/2021 Preliminary Business Plan and Budget, be approved.

Includes - Facilities Management; Fleet Services; City Accommodation

A report from the Administration is attached.

Ms. Angela Gardiner, General Manager, Utilities & Environment will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Corporate Asset Management Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $12,949,200 in expenditures and $573,000 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Corporate Asset Management Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $13,551,600 in expenditures and $573,000 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $22,481,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda; and
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $20,586,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda.

Includes - Legislative; City Manager's Office; City Clerk's Office; City Solicitor's Office; Corporate Support; General Services; Assessment & Taxation; Revenue Services; Financial Services; Debt Servicing; Service Saskatoon

A report from the Administration is attached.

Mr. Kerry Tarasoff, Chief Financial Officer will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation

    1. That the Corporate Governance and Finance Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $77,740,000 in expenditures and $12,104,100 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;

    2. That the Corporate Governance and Finance Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $78,588,300 in expenditures and $9,943,000 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;

    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $1,446,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda; and

    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $1,079,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda.

A report of the Governance and Priorities Committee is attached.

  • Committee Recommendation

    That the report of the Chief Financial Officer dated October 21, 2019 be received as information.

City Council, at its Regular Business meeting held on August 26, 2019, considered a report of the Administration regarding the above and resolved that the matter of an allocation of Reserve for Capital Expenditure funding of $200,000 for the Decorative Lighting Replacement Program be considered with the budget options for the 2020/2021 Business Plan and Budget.

  • Council Recommendation

    That City Council consider an allocation of Reserve for Capital Expenditure funding of $200,000 for the Decorative Lighting Replacement Program.

A report of the Governance and Priorities Committee is attached.

  • Committee Recommendation

    That the requested funding increases from Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Services and Wanuskewin Heritage Park, as outlined in the final column in Appendix 2 to the report of the General Manager, Community Services Department dated August 12, 2019 be considered.

A report of the Governance and Priorities Committee is attached.

  • Committee Recommendation

    That the request from the Municipal Planning Commission for an additional $2,000 be considered.

A report of the Governance and Priorities Committee is attached.

  • Committee Recommendation

    That the report of the Interim Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer dated November 12, 2019 be received as information.

A report of the Governance and Priorities Committee is attached, along with a letter providing feedback from the Saskatoon Environmental Advisory Committee. 

  • Committee Recommendation

    That the report of the General Manager, Utilities & Environment Department dated October 21, 2019 be received as information.

A report of the Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development and Community Services is attached.

  • Committee Recommendation

    That the information be received

An information report from the Administration is attached.

  • Recommendation

    That the information be received.

A report of the Standing Policy Committee on Transportation is attached.

  • Committee Recommendation

    That Option 1 as outlined in the report of the General Manager, Transportation & Construction Department dated November 4, 2019 be considered.

The Governance and Priorities Committee, when considering a report from the Administration regarding 2020/2021 Business Plan and Budget Options at its meeting held on August 19, 2019, resolved in part, that Appendix 2 to the report of the Interim Chief Financial Officer be included as supplemental information for the Preliminary Business Plan and Budget Deliberations.

Includes - General Revenues; Fines and Penalties; Grants in Lieu of Taxes; Municipal Revenue Sharing Grant; Other Levies; Property Levy

A report from the Administration is attached.

Mr. Kerry Tarasoff, Chief Financial Officer will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Taxation and General Revenues Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $5,179,200 in expenditures and $434,294,700 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Property Levy Service Line required to balance the 2020 budget from decisions impacting the levy; and
    2. That the Taxation and General Revenues Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $5,350,700 in expenditures and $451,349,500 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Property Levy Service Line required to balance the 2021 budget from decisions impacting the levy.

Includes - Saskatoon Land; Land Development-Capital

A report from the Administration is attached.

Mr. Kerry Tarasoff, Chief Financial Officer will present the Business Line.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the Land Development Business Line Operating Budget for 2020 totalling $5,311,300 in expenditures and $5,311,300 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    2. That the Land Development Business Line Operating Plan for 2021 totalling $5,892,800 in expenditures and $5,892,800 in revenues be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda;
    3. That the 2020 Capital Budget totalling $53,496,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda; and
    4. That the 2021 Capital Plan totalling $89,604,000 be approved, subject to adjustments under the Business Plan Options section of the agenda.
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