CITY COUNCIL

 

MINUTES


November 6/7, 2018  –  Council Chamber

 

 

PRESENT

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, *B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton,
B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

*Councillor B. Esslinger participated by telephone and was absent for a portion of the meeting due to City business.

ABSENT

None

ALSO IN ATTENDANCE

L. Cochrane, City Manager
L. Sahli, City Clerk
D. Beaudry, Deputy City Clerk
M. de Guzman, Office of the City Clerk

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ITEM

                                                                                                         PAGE

DECISION

 

1.          CALL TO ORDER AND RELATED BUSINESS                            2

1.1        Call to Order                                                                                          2

1.2        Adoption of Agenda                                                                            3

1.3        Adoption of Minutes                                                                           3

1.4        Protocol Items                                                                                      3

2.          ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND RELATED BUSINESS             4

2.1        Select Items for Debate                                                                      4

2.2        Requests to Speak                                                                              4

2.3        Requests for Specific Time on Agenda                                         4

2.4        Vote on Bylaws not Selected for Debate                                      4

3.          COUNCILLOR INQUIRIES                                                                 4

4.          UPDATES ON SCHEDULED REPORT                                          4

             Valley Line West LRT – Shortcutting Mitigation                          5

             Infill Implementation                                                                            5

             Row Housing Location Criteria - Residential

             Infill Guidelines Possible Amendments                                         5

5.          STATUS REPORT                                                                               5

5.1        Update - Public Plaza Enhancement Opportunity                      5

5.2        Internal Reallocations for Budget                                                   5

6.          REPORTS                                                                                              6

6.1        Capital Line (Century Park to Allard/Desrochers)

             and Metro Line (Blatchford to Campbell Road)

             proposed Concept Plans and Crossing Assessments

             - Capital Line (Century Park to Allard/Desrocher)                       6

6.2        Metro Line NW LRT - Crossing Assessments and

             Proposed Concept Plan Amendments - Metro Line -

             Blatchford to Campbell Road                                                           6

6.3        Land Governance Strategy                                                               6

6.4        Corporate Business Plan 2019-2022 - Corporate

             Business Plan Outline                                                                        7

6.5        Proposed 2019-2022 Operating Budget                                        8

6.6        Program and Service Review Q4 2018 Update                            8

6.7        Council Committee Budgets                                                            9

6.8        124 Street Stop - Valley Line West                                                10

6.9        Collective Tax Burden on Small and Medium Sized

             Business                                                                                              10

6.10      Updated Affordable Housing Investment Plan -

             2019-2022                                                                                             10

6.11      Neighbourhood Revitalization - Alberta Avenue and

             Jasper Place                                                                                       11

6.12      Groat Ravine and MacKinnon Ravine Environmental

             Impact Assessments and Site Location Study -

             Valley Line West                                                                                 11

6.13      Construction Damage Claim Data - Follow-Up                         12

6.14      Food Hub - Next Steps                                                                    13

7.          BYLAWS                                                                                              13

7.1        Bylaw 18576 - To Designate the John T. Ross

             Residence as a Municipal Historic Resource

             Amendment No. 1                                                                              13

7.2        Bylaw 18601 - To repeal Bylaw 17053, to authorize

             the City of Edmonton to lend money to a

             controlled corporation, 2492369 Canada

             Corporation carrying on business as “Waste

             RE-solutions Edmonton"                                                                14

8.          MOTIONS PENDING                                                                         15

8.1        Transit Ridership Recovery and Growth (A. Paquette)           15

8.2        Edmonton Safe Cities Project (B. Esslinger)                             17

9.          PRIVATE REPORTS                                                                         17

9.1        Ratification of the Appointment of Chief of Police                   18

9.2        Collective Bargaining Update - Edmonton Police

             Services - Verbal report                                                                   20

9.3        Collective Bargaining Update - Civic Union -

             Verbal report                                                                                       22

9.4        Technology Update - Additional Information -

             Verbal report                                                                                       23

9.5        Woodbend/Big Island Provincial Park Project Update           25

10.        NOTICES OF MOTION AND MOTIONS WITHOUT CUSTOMARY

             NOTICE                                                                                                27

11.        ADJOURNMENT                                                                                27

 

 

 

 

Carried

Carried

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None

None

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None

 

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Carried

Action

 

 

 

 

Postponed

 

 

Postponed

Postponed

 

Carried

Action

Postponed

Postponed

Carried

 

Carried

 

Carried

 

Carried

 

 

Carried

Carried

Action

 

 

 

Three readings

 

 

 

 

First reading

 

Referred

Laid over

 

Action

 

Action

 

Action

 

Carried

Action

 

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DECISION SUMMARY

ITEM

 

DECISION

1.

CALL TO ORDER AND RELATED BUSINESS

1.1

Call to Order

 

 

 

Mayor D. Iveson called the meeting to order at 9:31 a.m., and acknowledged that Council meets on the traditional land of Treaty 6 Territory. He also acknowledged the diverse Indigenous peoples whose ancestors' footsteps have marked this territory for centuries such as: Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Nakota Sioux, as well as Metis and Inuit, and now settlers from around the world.

 

 

 

 

 

1.2

Adoption of Agenda

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Banga:

 

 

 

That the November 6/7, 2018, City Council meeting agenda be adopted with the following changes:

1.    Additions:

·         6.3 Land Governance Strategy

·         9.1 Ratification of the Appointment of Chief of Police - Edmonton Police Commission - PRIVATE
(Sections 17, 23 and 24 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act)

2.    That the revised due date for item 5.2 - Internal Reallocations for Budget, be changed to February 5, 2019.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

1.3

Adoption of Minutes

 

 

Moved A. Knack - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

That the following City Council meeting minutes be adopted:

·         October 22, 2018, City Council Public Hearing

·         October 23/24, 2018, City Council

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

1.4

Protocol Items

 

 

McLeod School (D. Iveson)

 

 

 

Mayor D. Iveson, on behalf of City Council, welcomed the Grade 6 class from McLeod School and their teacher,
C. Chan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Veterans' Week (J. Dziadyk)

 

 

 

Councillor J. Dziadyk, on behalf of City Council, marked the start of Veterans’ week, which is an opportunity for all to reflect on the remarkable efforts of veterans. Throughout history, Canada has played a significant role in offering aid to allies and support for those in need of help. Nearly half a million served in WWI, more than one million served in WWII, 50,000 served during the Korean conflict, and more than 40,000 served in Afghanistan. Thousands more have assisted in various peacekeeping missions and natural disasters throughout the years. Today, there are approximately 600,000 veterans living in Canada.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nellie Carlson School (D. Iveson)

 

 

 

Mayor D. Iveson, on behalf of City Council, welcomed the Grade 6 classes from Nellie Carlson School and their teachers, D. Hunt and N. Humphrey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Earl Buxton (D. Iveson)

 

 

 

Mayor D. Iveson, on behalf of City Council, welcomed the Grade 6 classes from Earl Buxton School and their teachers, J. Shewchuk and L. Wenger.

 

 

 

 

 

2.

ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND RELATED BUSINESS

2.1

Select Items for Debate

 

 

 

The following items were selected for debate: 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, 6.9, 6.12, 6.13, 6.14, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4 and 9.5.

 

 

 

 

 

2.2

Requests to Speak

 

 

 

There were no requests to speak.

L. Sahli, City Clerk, answered Council’s questions.

 

 

 

 

 

2.3

Requests for Specific Time on Agenda

 

 

 

There were no requests for any items to be dealt with at a specific time.

 

 

 

 

 

2.4

Vote on Bylaws not Selected for Debate

 

 

 

See Section 7 - Bylaws.

 

 

 

 

 

3.

COUNCILLOR INQUIRIES

 

 

There were no Councillor Inquiries.

 

 

 

 

 

4.

UPDATES ON SCHEDULED REPORTS

 

Valley Line West LRT – Shortcutting Mitigation

 

 

 

Postponed to: January 22, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

Infill Implementation

 

 

 

Re-routed to: November 13, 2018, Urban Planning Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Row Housing Location Criteria - Residential Infill Guidelines Possible Amendments

 

 

 

Re-routed to: November 13, 2018, Urban Planning Committee

 

 

 

 

 

5.

STATUS REPORT

5.1

Update - Public Plaza Enhancement Opportunity

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Walters:

 

 

 

That the revised due date of November 27, 2018, be approved.

Integrated Infrastructure Svcs.

Due Date: Nov. 27, 2018

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

5.2

Internal Reallocations for Budget

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Walters:

 

 

 

That the revised due date of February 5, 2019, be approved.

 

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

Due Date: Feb. 5, 2019

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.

REPORTS

6.1

Capital Line (Century Park to Allard/Desrochers) and Metro Line (Blatchford to Campbell Road) proposed Concept Plans and Crossing Assessments - Capital Line (Century Park to Allard/Desrocher)

 

 

 

A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved M. Walters - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

That the November 6, 2018, Integrated Infrastructure Services report CR_6215 and Non-Statutory Public Hearing, be postponed to the January 22, 2019, City Council meeting. 

 

Integrated Infrastructure Svcs.

Postponed: Jan. 22, 2019

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.2

Metro Line NW LRT - Crossing Assessments and Proposed Concept Plan Amendments - Metro Line - Blatchford to Campbell Road

 

 

Moved M. Walters - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

That the November 6, 2018, Integrated Infrastructure Services report CR_6156, be postponed to the January 22, 2019, City Council meeting.

 

Integrated Infrastructure Svcs.

Postponed: Jan. 22, 2019

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.3

Land Governance Strategy

 

 

 

C. Hodgson, Financial and Corporate Services, made a presentation and answered Council's questions. T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services; and P. Ohm, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved M. Walters - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

Land Governance Strategy – Additional Information

That the November 6, 2018, Financial and Corporate Services report CR_5328, be postponed to the February 27, 2019, Non-regular City Council meeting, and that Administration provide a report with the following additional information, to that meeting:

1.    A comprehensive overview of the current governance, policy and management strategy for all city land assets.

2.    An analysis of how our current land assets are managed in alignment with Vision 2050 and how these land assets may be leveraged more strategically to achieve city goals and policy objectives.

3.    An update on the work and findings of the Real Estate Advisory Committee.

4.    The current net value of all city of Edmonton land within Enterprise Land Development
and Land for future municipal purposes.

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

 

Due Date: Feb. 27, 2019

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

6.4

Corporate Business Plan 2019-2022 - Corporate Business Plan Outline

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Walters:

 

 

 

That the November 6, 2018, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development report CR_ 5404, be received for information.

Urban Form and Corp. Strategic Dev.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.5

Proposed 2019-2022 Operating Budget

 

 

 

Items 6.5, 6.6 and 6.7 were dealt with together.

M. Dowler, M. Petigara, J. Rose and S. Padbury, Financial and Corporate Services; and S. McCabe, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development, made a presentation and answered Council's questions. T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services; D. Aitken, Citizen Services; L. Cochrane, City Manager; G. Cebryk, Deputy City Manager, City Operations; and A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved M. Walters - S. McKeen:

 

 

 

That the 2019 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $2,980,534,000 and expenditures of $2,980,534,000. Tax-supported operations revenue of $2,980,534,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,660,047,000 (0.7% general tax increase, 0.6% for Valley Line LRT, 0.3% for Alley Renewal, and 1.7% for Edmonton Police Service.)

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,320,487,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $41,428,000 and expenditures of $27,160,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $8,627,000 and expenditures of $12,629,000.

 

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes:

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $6,283,000 and expenditures of $6,283,000.

b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $22,353,000 and expenditures of $22,353,000.

  1. Non-cash 2019 budget adjustments for amortization of $536,612,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

That the 2020 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

 

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $3,074,225,000 and expenditures of $3,074,225,000. Tax -supported operations revenue of $3,074,225,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,735,048,000 (0.6% general tax increase, 0.6% for Valley Line LRT,  0.4% for Alley Renewal, and 1.1% for Edmonton Police Service.)

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,339,177,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $36,165,000 and expenditures of $28,989,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $16,525,000 and expenditures of $18,392,000.

 

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes: 

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $5,080,000 and expenditures of $5,080,000.

 b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $28,814,000 and expenditures of $28,814,000.

  1. Non-cash 2020 budget adjustments for amortization of $592,199,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

That the 2021 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

 

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $3,178,138,000 and expenditures of $3,178,138,000. Tax-supported operations revenue of $3,178,138,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,804,876,000 (0.1% general tax increase, 0.3% for Valley Line LRT, 0.3% for Alley Renewal, and 1.3% for Edmonton Police Service.)

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,373,262,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $23,150,000 and expenditures of $21,149,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $22,304,000 and expenditures of $15,884,000.

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes:

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $2,405,000 and expenditures of $2,405,000.

b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $31,979,000 and expenditures of $31,979,000.

  1. Non-cash 2021 budget adjustments for amortization of $630,823,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

That the 2022 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $3,269,600,000 and expenditures of $3,269,600,000. Tax -supported operations revenue of $3,269,600,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,877,773,000 (0.4% general tax increase, 0.3% for Valley Line LRT, 0.3% for Alley Renewal, and 1.0% for Edmonton Police Service.

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,391,827,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $39,910,000 and expenditures of $36,270,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $28,785,000 and expenditures of $30,787,000.

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes:

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $1,934,000 and expenditures of $1,934,000.

b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $35,272,000 and expenditures of $35,272,000.

  1. Non-cash 2022 budget adjustments for amortization of $643,571,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

 

 

Moved B. Henderson - J. Dziadyk:

 

 

 

That the Motion on the Floor be postponed to the November 28, 2018, City Council Budget meeting:

Moved M. Walters - S. McKeen (Made at the November 6/7, 2018, City Council meeting):

That the 2019 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $2,980,534,000 and expenditures of $2,980,534,000. Tax-supported operations revenue of $2,980,534,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,660,047,000 (0.7% general tax increase, 0.6% for Valley Line LRT, 0.3% for Alley Renewal, and 1.7% for Edmonton Police Service.)

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,320,487,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $41,428,000 and expenditures of $27,160,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $8,627,000 and expenditures of $12,629,000.

 

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes:

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $6,283,000 and expenditures of $6,283,000.

b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $22,353,000 and expenditures of $22,353,000.

  1. Non-cash 2019 budget adjustments for amortization of $536,612,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

That the 2020 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

 

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $3,074,225,000 and expenditures of $3,074,225,000. Tax -supported operations revenue of $3,074,225,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,735,048,000 (0.6% general tax increase, 0.6% for Valley Line LRT,  0.4% for Alley Renewal, and 1.1% for Edmonton Police Service.)

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,339,177,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $36,165,000 and expenditures of $28,989,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $16,525,000 and expenditures of $18,392,000.

 

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes: 

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $5,080,000 and expenditures of $5,080,000.

 b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $28,814,000 and expenditures of $28,814,000.

  1. Non-cash 2020 budget adjustments for amortization of $592,199,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

That the 2021 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

 

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $3,178,138,000 and expenditures of $3,178,138,000. Tax-supported operations revenue of $3,178,138,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,804,876,000 (0.1% general tax increase, 0.3% for Valley Line LRT, 0.3% for Alley Renewal, and 1.3% for Edmonton Police Service.)

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,373,262,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $23,150,000 and expenditures of $21,149,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $22,304,000 and expenditures of $15,884,000.

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes:

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $2,405,000 and expenditures of $2,405,000.

b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $31,979,000 and expenditures of $31,979,000.

  1. Non-cash 2021 budget adjustments for amortization of $630,823,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

That the 2022 Operating Budget be approved as follows:

  1. Total tax-supported operations with revenues of $3,269,600,000 and expenditures of $3,269,600,000. Tax -supported operations revenue of $3,269,600,000 includes:

a) Revenue based on a total property and payment-in-lieu tax levy estimated to be $1,877,773,000 (0.4% general tax increase, 0.3% for Valley Line LRT, 0.3% for Alley Renewal, and 1.0% for Edmonton Police Service.

b) Estimated non-tax revenue of $1,391,827,000.

 

  1. The Municipal Enterprises operating budget includes:

a) Land Enterprise with revenues of $39,910,000 and expenditures of $36,270,000.

b) Blatchford Redevelopment Project with revenues of $28,785,000 and expenditures of $30,787,000.

  1. The Community Revitalization Levies operating budget includes:

a) Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $1,934,000 and expenditures of $1,934,000.

b) Capital City Downtown Community Revitalization Levy with revenues of $35,272,000 and expenditures of $35,272,000.

  1. Non-cash 2022 budget adjustments for amortization of $643,571,000 and contributed assets of $128,975,000.

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

Due Date: Nov. 28, 2018

City Council Budget

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

6.6

Program and Service Review Q4 2018 Update

 

 

 

Items 6.5, 6.6 and 6.7 were dealt with together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved B. Henderson - J. Dziadyk:

 

 

 

1.    That the November 6, 2018, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development report CR_6433, be postponed to the November 28, 2018, City Council Budget meeting.

2.    That Attachment 4 of the November 6, 2018, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development report CR_6433 remain private pursuant to sections 24 (advice from officials) and 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Urban Form and Corp. Strategic Dev.

 

Postponed: Nov. 28, 2018

City Council Budget

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

6.7

Council Committee Budgets

 

 

 

Items 6.5, 6.6 and 6.7 were dealt with together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved B. Henderson - J. Dziadyk:

 

 

 

That the November 6, 2018, Financial and Corporate Services report CR_5934, be postponed to the November 28, 2018, City Council Budget meeting.

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

Postponed: Nov. 28, 2018 City Council Budget

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

6.8

124 Street Stop - Valley Line West

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Walters:

 

 

 

That the West LRT concept plan amendment to relocate the 124 Street LRT Stop, as outlined in Attachment 2 of the October 16, 2018, Integrated Infrastructure Services report CR_6155, be approved.

Integrated Infrastructure Svcs.

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.9

Collective Tax Burden on Small and Medium Sized Business

 

 

 

T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services; P. Ross, Acting Deputy City Manager, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development; and L. Cochrane, City Manager, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved M. Walters - T. Caterina:

 

 

 

That the October 15, 2018 Financial and Corporate Services report CR_5467, be received for information.

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

6.10

Updated Affordable Housing Investment Plan - 2019-2022

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Walters:

 

 

 

That the following five Priority Investment Areas of the Affordable Housing Investment Plan (2019-2022), as outlined in the October 29, 2018, Citizen Services report CR_6252, be approved:

1.    Permanent Supportive Housing

2.    Surplus School Site Redevelopment

3.    Affordable Housing Investment Grants

4.    Secondary Suites Grant Funding Program

5.    City-Owned Affordable Housing Inventory

Citizen Svcs.

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.11

Neighbourhood Revitalization - Alberta Avenue and Jasper Place

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - M. Walters:

 

 

 

1.    That Funding Option 3, as outlined in Attachment 1 of the October 29, 2018, Citizen Services report CR_6191, be approved.

Council-Requested Supplemental Information for 2019-2022 Operating Budget

2.    That Administration bring forward an unfunded service package to be included in the 2019-2022 operating budget.

Neighbourhood Revitalization 2.0 - Process for Identifying Outcomes

3.    That Administration bring a report outlining additional process options to clarify outcomes to the 2019-2022 budget deliberations.

Financial and Corporate Svcs.


Due Date:
Nov. 28, 2018

City Council Budget

 


Citizen Svcs.

Due Date: Nov. 28, 2018

City Council Budget

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

6.12

Groat Ravine and MacKinnon Ravine Environmental Impact Assessments and Site Location Study - Valley Line West

 

 

 

A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved A. Knack - M. Walters:

 

 

 

1.    That the Valley Line West Light Rail Transit (LRT) Crossing at Groat Ravine Environmental Impact Assessment, the Valley Line West Light Rail Transit (LRT) Activities Near MacKinnon Ravine Environmental Impact Assessment, and the Valley Line West Light Rail Transit (LRT) Crossing at Groat Ravine and Activities near MacKinnon Ravine Site Location Study as outlined in Attachments 1, 2 and 3 of the October 29, 2018, Integrated Infrastructure Services report CR_6345, be approved.

2.    That the locations of the LRT infrastructure within the boundaries of the North Saskatchewan River Valley Area Redevelopment Plan (Bylaw 7188) as outlined in Attachments 1, 2 and 3 of the October 29, 2018, Integrated Infrastructure Services report CR_6345, be deemed essential and approved.

Integrated Infrastructure Svcs.

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

6.13

Construction Damage Claim Data - Follow-Up

 

 

 

A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved M. Nickel - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Administration implement Options 1 and 3, as outlined in the October 29, 2018, Financial and Corporate Services report CR_5925, as a pilot project.

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

D. Iveson, B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

6.14

Food Hub - Next Steps

 

 

Moved B. Henderson - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

That the October 15, 2018, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development report CR_6165, be received for information.

Urban Form and Corp. Strategic Dev.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

D. Iveson, B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P. Ross, Acting Deputy City Manager, P. Ohm and 
L. Brenneis, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved A. Paquette - A. Knack:

 

 

 

Food Hub Plan

That Administration engage with relevant food business and industry stakeholders, in consultation with the Food and Agri-business Diversification Council Initiative, about forming a business advisory group that will advise Administration on its work to  build a food hub plan based on the “Feasibility” and “Next Steps” Council reports, and return to Committee with proposals on forming this advisory group.

Urban Form and Corp. Strategic Dev.

 

Due by:
Mar. 19, 2019

Urban Planning Committee

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel,
A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

7.

BYLAWS

7.1

Bylaw 18576 - To Designate the John T. Ross Residence as a Municipal Historic Resource Amendment No. 1

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Bylaw 18576 be read a first time.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Bylaw 18576 be read a second time.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Bylaw 18576 be considered for third reading.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Bylaw 18576 be read a third time.

 

Distribution List

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

7.2

Bylaw 18601 - To repeal Bylaw 17053, to authorize the City of Edmonton to lend money to a controlled corporation, 2492369 Canada Corporation carrying on business as “Waste RE-solutions Edmonton"

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Bylaw 18601 be read a first time.

 

Financial and Corporate Svcs.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack,
S. McKeen, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

8.

MOTIONS PENDING

8.1

Transit Ridership Recovery and Growth (A. Paquette)

 

 

 

G. Cebryk, Deputy City Manager and E. Robar, City Operations; T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services; and
L. Cochrane, City Manager, answered Council's questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved A. Paquette - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

That Administration conduct a feasibility study to identify strategies to achieve transit ridership recovery and growth. The study should consider a variety of investment scenarios to encourage transit use and recognize the importance of transit in building a great city, including:

1.    Economic and environmental benefits and return on investment

2.    Fare-related policies and practices, including outcomes of subsidies ranging to zero fare

3.    Improved safety and customer experience

4.    Improved efficiency of service delivery, including best practices with regional transit services

The study should confirm the outcomes of public transit investment in medium-large cities, including economic mobility, productivity, sustainability, support for vulnerable populations, etc.

Due by: Third Quarter 2019

 

 

Amendment moved D. Iveson - M. Walters:

 

 

 

That in Part 2 the words “implications and possible”, be added between “including” and “subsidies” so that it reads as follows:

2.    Fare-related policies and practices, including implications and possible outcomes of subsidies ranging to zero fare.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel,
A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

 

Moved T. Cartmell - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That the Motion on the Floor, as amended, be referred back to Administration to provide information on what would be required to complete this work, including terms of reference and costing, and return to Committee in January 2019:

Moved A. Paquette - M. Nickel (Made at the November 6/7, 2018, City Council):

That Administration conduct a feasibility study to identify strategies to achieve transit ridership recovery and growth. The study should consider a variety of investment scenarios to encourage transit use and recognize the importance of transit in building a great city, including:

1.    Economic and environmental benefits and return on investment

2.    Fare-related policies and practices, including implications and possible outcomes of subsidies ranging to zero fare.

3.    Improved safety and customer experience

4.    Improved efficiency of service delivery, including best practices with regional transit services

The study should confirm the outcomes of public transit investment in medium-large cities, including economic mobility, productivity, sustainability, support for vulnerable populations, etc.

Due by: Third Quarter 2019

City Operations

 

Due by:
Jan. 29, 2019

Urban Planning Committee

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton

 

 

Opposed:

 

 

 

B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

8.2

Edmonton Safe Cities Project (B. Esslinger)

 

 

 

Councillor B. Esslinger stated that at the next regular meeting of City Council, she would move the following:

That Administration work with Edmonton Safe Cities project to explore technologies such as apps to gather data on where Edmontonians feel unsafe in public places and return to Committee.

·         Notice of Motion Given: October 23/24, 2018, City Council

·         Laid Over: November 6/7, 2018, City Council

 

9.

PRIVATE REPORTS

 

Moved B. Henderson - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Council meet in private.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk,
B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen, M. Nickel

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

M. Banga, B. Esslinger, S. Hamilton, A. Paquette,
M. Walters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Council met in private at 1:33 p.m., pursuant to sections 21, 24, 25 and 27 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the discussion of items 9.2, 9.3, 9.4 and 9.5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved M. Banga - M. Nickel:

 

 

 

That Council meet in public.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

D. Iveson, B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Council met in public at 4:23 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

9.1

Ratification of the Appointment of Chief of Police

 

 

Moved T. Caterina - S. Hamilton:

 

 

 

That Council meet in private.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger, M. Walters

 

 

 

Council met in private at 11:26 a.m., pursuant to sections 17, 23 and 24 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

In Attendance:

·         D. Iveson (Mayor)

·         M. Banga (Councillor)

·         T. Cartmell (Councillor)

·         T. Caterina (Councillor)

·         J. Dziadyk (Councillor)

·         S. Hamilton (Councillor)

·         B. Henderson (Councillor)

·         A. Knack (Councillor)

·         S. McKeen (Councillor)

·         M. Nickel (Councillor)

·         A. Paquette (Councillor)

·         M. Walters (Councillor)

·         L. Sahli, City Clerk

·         D. Beaudry, Deputy City Clerk

·         M. de Guzman, Office of the City Clerk (Meeting Clerk)

·         M. Ruth, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

·         T. O'Brien, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

·         J. Hamilton, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

·         L. Hawn, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

·         A. Hussainaly, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

·         K. MacKenzie, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

·         J. Krikler, Edmonton Police Commission (Subject matter expert)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved S. McKeen - A. Knack:

 

 

 

That Council meet in public.

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Council met in public at 12:06 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved S. McKeen - S. Hamilton:

 

 

 

1.    That Attachment 3 be added to the November 6, 2018, Edmonton Police Commission report CR_6538.

2.    That the selection of the next Chief of Police as set out in Attachment 3 of the November 6, 2018, Edmonton Police Commission report CR_6538, under the terms of employment recommended by the Edmonton Police Commission, as set out in Attachment 2 of the November 6, 2018, Edmonton Police Commission report CR_6538, be ratified.

3.    That the name of the appointee to the office of Chief of Police as set out in Attachment 3 of the November 6, 2018, Edmonton Police Commission report CR_6538 remain private, until the appointment is announced by the Edmonton Police Commission, pursuant to sections 17 (disclosure harmful to personal privacy), 23 (local public body confidences) and 24 (advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

4.    That the November 6, 2018, Edmonton Police Commission report CR_6538, Attachment 1, and the terms of employment as set out in Attachment 2 of the November 6, 2018, Edmonton Police Commission report CR_6538 remain private pursuant to sections 17 (disclosure harmful to personal privacy), 23 (local public body confidences) and 24 (advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Police Commission

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, S. McKeen,
M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger

 

9.2

Collective Bargaining Update - Edmonton Police Services - Verbal report

 

 

 

Council met in private at 1:33 p.m., pursuant to sections 24 and 25 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

In Attendance:

·         D. Iveson (Mayor)

·         M. Banga (Councillor)

·         T. Cartmell (Councillor)

·         T. Caterina (Councillor)

·         J. Dziadyk (Councillor)

·         S. Hamilton (Councillor)

·         B. Henderson (Councillor)

·         A. Knack (Councillor)

·         S. McKeen (Councillor)

·         M. Nickel (Councillor)

·         A. Paquette (Councillor)

·         M. Walters (Councillor)

·         L. Cochrane, City Manager

·         L. Sahli, City Clerk

·         D. Beaudry, Deputy City Clerk

·         M. de Guzman, Office of the City Clerk (Meeting Clerk)

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         P. Ross, Acting Deputy City Manager, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development

·         C. Owen, Deputy City Manager, Communications and Engagement

·         G. Cebryk, Deputy City Manager, City Operations

·         R. Smyth, Deputy City Manager, Citizen Services

·         K. Block, Citizen Services (Subject matter expert)

·         M. Beliveau, Employee Services (Subject matter expert)

·         D. Traynor, Employee Services (Subject matter expert)

·         A. Giesbrecht, Office of the City Manager (Subject matter expert)

·         J. Cobb, Office of the City Manager  (Subject matter expert)

Council met in public at 4:23 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved S. Hamilton - J. Dziadyk:

 

 

 

1.    That Attachment 1 be added to the November 6, 2018, Employee Services verbal report on Collective Bargaining Update - Edmonton Police Services.

2.    That the actions set out in Attachment 1 to the November 6, 2018, Employee Services verbal report on Collective Bargaining Update - Edmonton Police Services, be approved.

3.    That Administration be granted the authority to conduct and conclude all negotiations and sign tentative agreements which will be ratified by Executive Committee or City Council.

4.    That the November 6, 2018, Employee Services verbal report on Collective Bargaining Update - Edmonton Police Services remain private pursuant to sections 24 (advice from officials) and 25 (disclosure harmful to the economic interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Employee Svcs.

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

M. Banga, T. Cartmell, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton,
B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

D. Iveson, T. Caterina, B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

9.3

Collective Bargaining Update - Civic Union - Verbal report

 

 

 

Council met in private at 1:33 p.m., pursuant to sections 24 and 25 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

In Attendance:

·         D. Iveson (Mayor)

·         M. Banga (Councillor)

·         T. Cartmell (Councillor)

·         T. Caterina (Councillor)

·         J. Dziadyk (Councillor)

·         S. Hamilton (Councillor)

·         B. Henderson (Councillor)

·         A. Knack (Councillor)

·         S. McKeen (Councillor)

·         M. Nickel (Councillor)

·         A. Paquette (Councillor)

·         M. Walters (Councillor)

·         L. Cochrane, City Manager

·         L. Sahli, City Clerk

·         D. Beaudry, Deputy City Clerk

·         M. de Guzman, Office of the City Clerk (Meeting Clerk)

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         P. Ross, Acting Deputy City Manager, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development

·         C. Owen, Deputy City Manager, Communications and Engagement

·         G. Cebryk, Deputy City Manager, City Operations

·         K. Armstrong, Deputy City Manager, Employee Services

·         R. Smyth, Deputy City Manager, Citizen Services

·         K. Block, Citizen Services (Subject matter expert)

·         D. Traynor, Employee Services (Subject matter expert)

·         K. Sorochuk, Employee Services (Subject matter expert)

·         P. Cunliffe, Consultant (Subject matter expert)

·         A. Giesbrecht, Office of the City Manager (Subject matter expert)

·         J. Cobb, Office of the City Manager (Subject matter expert)

Council met in public at 4:23 p.m.

L. Sahli, City Clerk, answered Councils' questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved S. Hamilton - M. Walters:

 

 

 

1.    That Attachment 1 be added to the November 6, 2018, Employee Services verbal report on Collective Bargaining Civic Union.

2.    That the actions set out in Attachment 1 to the November 6, 2018, Employee Services verbal report on Collective Bargaining Civic Union, be approved.

3.    That Administration be granted the authority to conduct and conclude all negotiations and sign tentative agreements which will be ratified by Executive Committee or City Council.

4.    That the November 6, 2018, Employee Services verbal report on Collective Bargaining Civic Union remain private pursuant to sections 24 (advice from officials) and 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Employee Svcs.

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Opposed:

 

 

 

M. Nickel

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

D. Iveson, B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

9.4

Technology Update - Additional Information - Verbal report

 

 

 

Council met in private at 1:33 p.m., pursuant to sections 24, 25 and 27 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

In Attendance:

·         D. Iveson (Mayor)

·         M. Banga (Councillor)

·         T. Cartmell (Councillor)

·         T. Caterina (Councillor)

·         J. Dziadyk (Councillor)

·         S. Hamilton (Councillor)

·         B. Henderson (Councillor)

·         A. Knack (Councillor)

·         M. Nickel (Councillor)

·         A. Paquette (Councillor)

·         M. Walters (Councillor)

·         L. Cochrane, City Manager

·         L. Sahli, City Clerk

·         D. Beaudry, Deputy City Clerk

·         M. de Guzman, Office of the City Clerk (Meeting Clerk)

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         P. Ross, Acting Deputy City Manager, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development

·         C. Owen, Deputy City Manager, Communications and Engagement

·         G. Cebryk, Deputy City Manager, City Operations

·         K. Armstrong, Deputy City Manager, Employee Services

·         R. Smyth, Deputy City Manager, Citizen Services

·         A. Giesbrecht, Office of the City Manager (Subject matter expert)

·         J. Cobb, Office of the City Manager (Subject matter expert)

·         E. Robar, City Operations (Subject matter expert)

·         K. Koropeski, City Operations (Subject matter expert)

·         M. Bennett, Financial and Corporate Services (Legal advisor)

·         M. Bohn, Financial and Corporate Services (Legal advisor)

·         A. Swain, LTK Engineering Services (External consultant)

·         W. Gnenz, Financial and Corporate Services (Subject matter expert)

·         S. Padbury, Financial and Corporate Services (Subject matter expert)

·         K. Brunelle, Communications and Engagement (Communications advisor)

·         T. Kongsgrude, Communications and Engagement (Communications advisor)

·         J. Badry, City Operations (Subject matter expert)

·         E. De Benedetto, City Operations (Subject matter expert)

·         G. Kubish, Communications and Engagement (Communications advisor)

·         C. Oxford, Communications and Engagement (Communications advisor)

Council met in public at 4:23 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved B. Henderson - M. Walters:

 

 

 

1.    That the November 6, 2018, City Operations verbal report on Technology Update - Additional Information, be received for information.

2.    That the November 6, 2018, City Operations verbal report on Technology Update - Additional Information remain private pursuant to sections 24 (advice from officials) and 25 (disclosure harmful to the economic interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

City Ops.

 

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel, A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

D. Iveson, B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

9.5

Woodbend/Big Island Provincial Park Project Update

 

 

 

Council met in private at 1:33 p.m., pursuant to sections 21 and 25 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

In Attendance:

·         D. Iveson (Mayor)

·         M. Banga (Councillor)

·         T. Cartmell (Councillor)

·         T. Caterina (Councillor)

·         J. Dziadyk (Councillor)

·         S. Hamilton (Councillor)

·         B. Henderson (Councillor)

·         A. Knack (Councillor)

·         M. Nickel (Councillor)

·         A. Paquette (Councillor)

·         M. Walters (Councillor)

·         L. Cochrane, City Manager

·         L. Sahli, City Clerk

·         D. Beaudry, Deputy City Clerk

·         M. de Guzman, Office of the City Clerk (Meeting Clerk)

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         T. Burge, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager, Financial and Corporate Services

·         A. Laughlin, Deputy City Manager, Integrated Infrastructure Services

·         P. Ross, Acting Deputy City Manager, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development

·         C. Owen, Deputy City Manager, Communications and Engagement

·         G. Cebryk, Deputy City Manager, City Operations

·         R. Smyth, Deputy City Manager, Citizen Services

·         A. Giesbrecht, Office of the City Manager (Subject matter expert)

·         P. Ohm, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         G. Smith, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         T. Wyman, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         G. Pearsell, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         P. Foster, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         R. Andres, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         J. Miller, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development (Subject matter expert)

·         C. Oxford, Communications and Engagement (Communications advisor)

Council met in public at 4:23 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moved S. Hamilton - M. Walters:

 

 

 

Woodbend/Big Island Provincial Park Project Update – Additional Work

1.    That the October 15, 2018, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development report CR_6390 be referred back to Administration for additional work including a review of partnership funding opportunities, analysis of complementary objectives of the River Valley Alliance and their proximal plans, further commentary on the Ribbon of Green as it relates to this area, detailed boundary outlines, and an evaluation of comparable and precedent funding and operating implications with the provincial government.

2.    That the October 15, 2018, Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development report CR_6390 remain private pursuant to sections 21 (disclosure harmful to intergovernmental relations) and 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Urban Form and Corp. Strategic Dev.

Due by:
Mar. 12, 2019

 

 

In Favour:

Carried

 

 

D. Iveson, M. Banga, T. Cartmell, T. Caterina, J. Dziadyk, S. Hamilton, B. Henderson, A. Knack, M. Nickel,
A. Paquette, M. Walters

 

 

Absent:

 

 

 

B. Esslinger, S. McKeen

 

10.

NOTICES OF MOTION AND MOTIONS WITHOUT CUSTOMARY NOTICE

10.1

Edmonton City of Literature (M. Walters)

 

 

 

Councillor M. Walters stated that at the next regular meeting of City Council, he would move the following:

That the Mayor write a letter, on behalf of City Council, supporting the Edmonton City of Literature Bid.

·         Notice of Motion Given: November 6/7, 2018, City Council

 

 

 

11.

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

The meeting adjourned at 11:32 a.m., Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chair                                                                          City Clerk