January 28th, 2020
Orangeville Hydro Business Plan 2020-2024- page 15
Burning By-Law Discussion-Page45- Staff asked for direction from the council in terms of this by-law. Council directed staff to make some amendments to the by-law to bring forth for approval.
Public Works-Verbal Update
Concerned about road conditions with this freeze/thaw weather we have been having. Predicting quite a lot of clean up this spring.
Christmas lights will come down when the weather cooperates to do so
Joanne Stevenson, CEO, Grand Valley Public Library – 2020 Budget and 2019 Year-end presentation. Page 66 . Update- Library will now have 5 hotspots which will soon be available for patrons 18 years of age or older. Council approved the budget.
Accounting Reports approved
Water and Wastewater Rates Study and Water Financial Plan – approved for Watson and Associates quote.
Hanging Baskets on the Main Street- Staff to contact GGG for a quote and to order baskets for this year.
Town Planners Report
Mournahan new application-re-establish lot lines
Crozier Street Lot- Zoning change approved and notice for appeal.
Webb Street- Lots are created and proceeding with the next steps.
Scott St Development- Nothing to report
Coreseed-Provided a proposal for urban expansion will forward to County
Cachet Homes-Waiting on building permits from County-M Plan needed
Thomasfield- Phase 3A model home approved
Urban Design Bylaws for In-fill Applications- Had a meeting with University of Waterloo professor. Collaborative project with University of Waterloo planning students to come up with an Urban Design Bylaw for in-fill applications if approved by the council. The course runs from September-December 2020. Council approved to proceed.
Trailer Park Committee- Another meeting set for March 2nd.
Dufferin County Municipal Comprehensive Review- More details here Planner to provide updates after attending the meetings.
Pending Items List
Inflow and Infiltration and Wastewater Capacity- Discussed the project in the North end of Town on Fife Road and Spruyt Street. Applications for funding and projection of 2021/2022.
Splash Pad- Opening this Spring
By-Law parking and ticketing- officer was sworn in at this meeting and approvals from the courts has been received for set fines. Once tickets have been printed this will be enforced.
End of my notes as I had to leave the meeting at this point.
Disclaimer- These are my personal notes from the meeting. The purpose of these notes is to give an update on what is happening around the Town of Grand Valley. If you would like to view the official agenda and minutes you can find that here.