MINUTES

SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL

RE: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

Meeting #:
Date:
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Location:
IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
PRESENT:
  • Mayor N. Nenshi
  • Councillor G-C. Carra
  • Councillor G. Chahal
  • Councillor S. Chu
  • Councillor D. Colley-Urquhart
  • Councillor J. Davison
  • Councillor P. Demong
  • Councillor J. Farkas
  • Councillor D. Farrell
  • Councillor J. Gondek
  • Councillor R. Jones
  • Councillor S. Keating
  • Councillor J. Magliocca
  • Councillor W. Sutherland
  • Councillor E. Woolley
ALSO PRESENT:
  • City Manager G. Cole
  • Deputy City Manager B. Stevens
  • General Manager S. Dalgleish
  • General Manager D. Duckworth
  • Acting Chief Financial Officer C. Male
  • General Manager M. Thompson
  • Acting General Manager M. Hulsker
  • Acting City Solicitor and General Counsel J. Floen
  • City Clerk L. Kennedy
  • Acting City Clerk B. Hilford
  • Legislative Assistant J. Dubetz
  • Legislative Assistant J. Palaschuk
  • Legislative Records Assistant S. Khan

Mayor Nenshi called the meeting to order at 9:33 a.m.

Mayor Nenshi called for a moment of quiet contemplation at today's Meeting.

1. Councillor Chu

Topic: 2019 - 2020 Snow removal and reduction of windrows

2. Councillor Colley-Urquhart

Topic: Snow route parking ban compliance

3. Councillor Magliocca

Topic: Winter road maintenance

 

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended by bringing forward the following items, to be heard in Closed session as the first items following the 3:15 p.m. recess:

    • 12.6, Work Plan Update (Verbal), ECA2019-0263 and
    • 12.7, Consideration of Long-Term Unfunded Projects (Verbal), VR2019-0013.

     

    MOTION CARRIED

    By general consent, the Agenda for today's Meeting was amended by bringing forward Item 8.2, Review of the Protective Services Citizen Oversight Committee Mandate, C2019-0220, to be dealt in conjunction with Item 9.2.1.

     


  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That the Agenda for the 2019 March 04 Special Meeting of Council be confirmed, as amended. 

    MOTION CARRIED

Item brought forward to be dealt with at 11:45 a.m.

Copies of a presentation entitled 'Standing up for Canada's Responsible Energy Industry Progress Update', were distributed with respect to Report IGA2019-0185.

  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Report IGA2019-0185, the following be adopted:

    That Council receive the verbal update for information.

    MOTION CARRIED

Copies of a document entitled 'Terms of Reference' were distributed with respect to Report C20196-0220.

  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Councillor Colley-Urquhart's proposed motion C2019-0220, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council direct Administration to consult with key stakeholders including Members of Council, and to:

    1. Examine best practices on public transit governance oversight models;
    2. Review the current Terms of Reference – including but not limited to citizen membership (skills and attributes required), citizen appeal mechanisms and reporting to Council.

    Report back to Council through the SPC on Transportation and Transit Committee no later than June 2019 so that required changes can be reflected in advertising for Council appointments in October 2019.

    MOTION CARRIED

    By general consent, Council brought forward Item 8.1, to be dealt with at this time.

     


Item brought forward and was dealt with at 10:45 a.m.

  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That with respect to Mayor Nenshi and Councillor Farkas' proposed motion C2019-0297, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City Council directs administration to restore summer student hiring as soon as this is viable, and to report back through the Priorities and Finance Committee by Q1 2020 on the outcomes and learnings.

    ROLL CALL VOTE

    For: (9)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Woolley, and Mayor Nenshi
    Against: (5)Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That with respect to Report C2019-0256, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1.  Endorse actions underway and currently funded identified in Attachment 1;

    3.  Direct Administration to develop an implementation framework and report back to Council through the SPC on Community and Protective Services no later than 2019 Q2;

    4.  Request the Mayor continue his advocacy with other orders of government, including sending a formal request on behalf of Council asking the federal and provincial governments to work together to address this matter; and

    5. Direct Intergovernmental & Corporate Strategy to include these matters in ongoing advocacy efforts previously approved by Council.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That with respect to Report C2019-0256, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    2.  Authorize Administration to allocate up to $1 million in one-time funding from Council’s Community Action for Mental Health and Addiction initiative to support actions that require funding identified in Attachment 1;

    ROLL CALL VOTE

    For: (11)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (3)Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, and Councillor Sutherland
    MOTION CARRIED

9.2.1

INTRODUCTIONS

Councillor Farkas introduced a group of students from Chinook Park School in Ward 11, along with their teacher Karen Woodrow.

Mayor Nenshi introduced a group of students from St Albert The Great School in Ward 12, along with their teacher Denise Heffernan and tour guide Cheryl Peters.

The following documents were distributed with respect to Report C2019-0238:

  • A presentation entitled 'Advisory Committee on Accessibility (ACA);
  • A pamphlet 'Opening Doors for all Calgarians';
  • A brochure 'We're making Calgary accessible to everyone';
  • A presentation entitled '2019 Q1 Special Report to Council', dated 2019 March 04;
  • A presentation entitled 'Calgary Parking Committee Presentation to Council', dated 2019 March 04;
  • A document entitled ‘2019-2020 Strategic Plan';
  • A presentation entitled ‘Calgary Planning Commission, C2019-0238’, dated 2019 March 4;
  • A presentation entitled ‘Calgary Transit Public Safety – Citizen Oversight Committee’, dated 2019 March 04;
  • A presentation entitled 'Calgary Combative Sports Commission', dated 2019 March 04;
  • A presentation entitled 'Boards, Commissions and Committees Report: Calgary Pathways and Bikeways Plan Steering Committee’;
  • A presentation entitled ‘Public Art Board’, dated March 2019;
  • A presentation entitled ‘Assessment Review Board’, dated March 4, 2019; and
  • An untitled distribution of two presentation slides from the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board.

 

The following people addressed Council with respect to Report C2019-0238:

1. Advisory Committee on Accessibility: Chair Lauri Brunner, and Issue Strategist Leanne Squair.

2. Social Wellbeing Advisory Committee: Chair Jason Kingsley, and Director Karla Danan.

3. BiodiverCity Advisory Committee: Chair John McFaul and Vice-Chair Chris Manderson.

4. Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee: Chair Eileen Clearsky and Vice-Chair Lisa Hunt.

 

By general consent, Council brought forward Item 8.3, Student Summer Program - C2019-0297, to be dealt with at this time.

 

5. Calgary Parking Authority: Chair John Pantazopoulos, Vice-Chair Andrew Osis and General Manager Glen Furtado.

6. Calgary Planning Commission: Chair Matthias Tita, Commissioner Lourdes Juan, and Commissioner Andrew Palmiere. 

7. Calgary Transit Public Safety Citizen Oversight Committee Speakers: Chair Afshan Naveed and Superintendent Brian Whitelaw.

 

By general consent, Council brought forward Item 8.1, Standing Up for Canada's Responsible Energy Industry Progress Update (Verbal), IGA2019-0185, to be dealt with at this time.

 

Council recessed at 12:03 p.m. and reconvened at 1:17 p.m. with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.

 

8. Calgary Police Commission: Chair Brian Thiessen and Executive Director Heather Spicer.

9. Combative Sports Commission: Chair Shirley Stunzi and Vice-Chair TJ Madigan.

10. Pathways and Bikeways Project Steering Committee: Project Manager Tom Thivener.

11. Public Art Board: Past President Katherine Wagner.

12. Urban Design Review Panel: Co-Chair Chad Russill.

13. Assessment Review Board: Chair John Mathias.

14. Subdivision and Development Appeal Board: Vice-Chair Jim Palmer.

 

 

  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That with respect to Report C2019-0238, the following be adopted:

    That Council receive this report for information.

    MOTION CARRIED

None

 

None

 

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That Council recess on Monday, 2019 March 04 at 3:25 p.m. and that, pursuant to Sections 16 (Disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party), 17 (personal information), 19 (confidential evaluations), 21 (harmful to intergovernmental relations), 23 (local public body confidences), 24 (advice from officials), 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of the public body) and 27 (privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act, Council reconvene at 3:56 p.m. in Closed Meeting, in the Council Boardroom, to discuss confidential matters with respect to the following items: 

    • 12.1, Provincial Advocacy Strategy, IGA2019-0208;
    • 12.2, Verbal - City of Calgary’s Response to the AUC Inquiry on Electricity Distribution Systems (AUC Proceeding 24116), GPT2019-0092;
    • 12.3, BiodiverCity Advisory Committee – Resignation and Appointment, C2019-0147;
    • 12.4, City Auditor 2018 Performance Review (Verbal) - AC2019-0105;
    • 12.5, Legal briefing - Planning Matter (Verbal) - C2019-0251;
    • 12.6, Work Plan Update (Verbal) - ECA2019-0263;
    • 12.7, Consideration of Long-Term Unfunded Projects (Verbal), VR2019-0013
    • 12.8, Proposed Approval of Expropriation - (Stoney 2) - Ward 05 (9707 Barlow TR NE), UCS2019-0228  
    • 12.9, City Manager Update (Verbal) - C2019-0306.

     

    ROLL CALL VOTE

    For: (13)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (1)Councillor Farkas
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Council reconvened in Public Meeting on Monday, 2019 March 04 at 4:47 p.m., with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair, in order to debate the suspension of Section 107 of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, as amended.

    Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That Council rise without reporting.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, as amended, Section 107 of the Procedure Bylaw be suspended in order that Council members be able to debate more than once on a topic in the Closed Meeting for today's meeting.

    With the general consent of Council, Councillor Gondek withdrew as mover of the above motion.

     


  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, as amended, Section 107 of the Procedure Bylaw be suspended in order that Council members be able to debate more than once on a topic in the Closed Meeting for today's meeting.

    RECORDED VOTE

    For: (10)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (5)Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, and Councillor Sutherland
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Jones

    That Council move back into Closed Meeting on Monday, 2019 March 04 at 5:05 p.m. in the Council Boardroom, to continue their confidential discussions.

    ROLL CALL VOTE

    For: (9)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (6)Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, and Councillor Magliocca
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council reconvened in Public Meeting on Monday, 2019 March 04 at 8:45 p.m. with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.


  • Moved byCouncillor Farrell
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That Council now rise and report on items 12.6, 12.7, and 12.8.

    MOTION CARRIED

Confidential distributions with respect to Report IGA2019-0208:

  • A PowerPoint presentation; and
  • A Word document.

 

Administration in attendance during the 2019 March 05 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to IGA2019-0208:

Clerks: L. Kennedy, B. Hilford and J. Palaschuk. Legal: J. Floen. Advice: A. Chan and J. Clarke. Observing: G. Cole, M. Thompson, D. Duckworth, S. Dalgleish and C. Male.

  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That with respect to Report IGA2019-0208, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Receive this Report for information; and
    2. Direct that this Report, Attachments, and Closed Meeting discussions remain confidential pursuant to Sections 21 (harmful to intergovernmental relations), 23 (local public body confidences), 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, until implementation is complete.
    MOTION CARRIED

One confidential PowerPoint presentation was distributed with respect to Verbal Report GPT2019-0092.

Administration in attendance during the 2019 March 05 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report GPT2019-0092:

Clerks: L. Kennedy and B. Hilford. Legal: J. Floen. Advice: B. Cullen, O. Shyllon, and A. Hirji. Observing: G. Cole, M. Thompson, S. Dalgleish, D. Duckworth, B. Stevens, and C. Male.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    That with respect Verbal Report GPT2019-0092, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Direct Administration to continue to enhance the partnership between The City and ENMAX for the benefit of Calgary’s Electricity Distribution Systems; and
    2. Direct that the Closed Meeting discussions, distribution, and recommendations remain confidential pursuant to sections 23 (local body confidences), 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.

     

    MOTION CARRIED

Administration in attendance during the 2019 March 05 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2019-0147:

Clerks: L. Kennedy and B. Hilford. Legal: J. Floen. Advice: None. Observing: G. Cole, B. Stevens, M. Thompson, S. Dalgleish, D. Duckworth, and C. Male.

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That with respect to Report C2019-0147, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Thank Tawad Hlimi for his service on the BiodiverCity Advisory Committee;
    2. Appoint Shannon Gavin for completion of a term expiring at the 2019 Organizational Meeting of Council;
    3. Direct that the Report and Attachment 1 be released as public documents after Council rises and reports on the matter; and
    4. Direct that Attachment 2 remain confidential indefinitely pursuant to Sections 17 (personal information) and 19 (confidential evaluations) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

     

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Sutherland
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That Report AC2019-0105 be postponed to the 2019 March 18 Combined Meeting of Council.

    MOTION CARRIED

One confidential document was distributed with respect to Verbal Report C2019-0251.

Administration in attendance during the 2019 March 05 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to C2019-0251:

Clerks: L. Kennedy, B. Hilford and J. Palaschuk. Legal: J. Floen. Advice: B. Stevens, S. Dalgleish, D. Hamilton, D. Jakal  and F. Bouchart. Observing: G. Cole, D. Duckworth, M. Thompson, C. Male, and  T. Fellinger.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That with respect to Verbal Report C2019-0251, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Direct Administration to proceed with the recommendations contained in the confidential PowerPoint presentation;
    2. That the PowerPoint presentation, verbal discussions, and recommendations remain confidential pursuant to Sections 24 (advice from officials), 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of the public body), and 27 (privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act; and
    3. That the PowerPoint and recommendations be reviewed for release no later than Q4 2025.
    MOTION CARRIED

Four confidential presentations were distributed with respect to Verbal Report ECA2019-0263:

Administration in attendance during the 2019 March 04 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Verbal Report ECA2019-0263:

Clerks: L. Kennedy, B. Hilford and J. Palaschuk. Advice: B. Stevens and M. Brown. Legal: J. Floen. Observing: G. Cole, D. Duckworth, M. Thompson, C. Male, T. Nguyen, C. An, M. Perpeluk, and K Stewart.

 

By general consent and pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, as amended, Council suspended Section 79 of the Procedure Bylaw in order to complete Items 12.6 Work Plan Update (Verbal), ECA2019-0263, 12.7 Consideration of Long-Term Unfunded Projects (Verbal), VR2019-0013, and 12.8 Proposed Expropriation - (Stoney 2) - Ward 05 (9707 Barlow TR NE), UCS2019-0228 prior to the scheduled evening recess on Monday, 2019 March 04.

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Verbal Report ECA2019-0263, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Reconsider its previous decision in regard to Report C2017-0549, Facilities Report;

     

    RECORDED VOTE

    For: (14)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (1)Councillor Farkas
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    2. Approve the mandate and recommendations as discussed during the closed session; and

    RECORDED VOTE

    For: (11)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    Against: (4)Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, and Councillor Woolley
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    3. Direct that the presentation, recommendations, and closed session discussions remain confidential pursuant to Sections 16 (disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party), 23 (local public body confidences), 24 (advice from officials), 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body), and 27 (privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed by 2021 December 31.

    Against: Councillor Demong and Councillor Farkas.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That with respect to Report ECA2019-0263, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Council direct Administration to work with the Events Centre Assessment Committee to develop a public engagement plan including but not limited to:

    1. Public feedback on the terms and conditions of any potential deal reached with Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation;
    2. Public input and feedback on the potential Events Centre facility, programming, access, gathering spaces and other topics of interest. And report back to Council through the Events Centre Assessment Committee no later than Q3 2019.

     

    RECORDED VOTE

    For: (15)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    MOTION CARRIED

A confidential presentation was distributed with respect to Report VR2019-0013. 

Administration in attendance during the 2019 March 04 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Verbal Report VR2019-0013:

Clerks: L. Kennedy, B. Hilford and J. Palaschuk. Advice: G. Cole, B. Stevens, M. Thompson and C. Male. Legal: J. Floen. Observing: D. Duckworth, K. Stewart, T. Nguyen, C. An, M. Brown, and M. Perpeluk.

  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Verbal Report VR2019-0013, the proposed recommendations be amended as follows:

    Direct Administration to remove $26.9 million from the funding strategy and add $26.9 million to the currently unfunded part of the strategy, as noted in the Closed Meeting discussions.

     

    ROLL CALL VOTE

     

    For: (8)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Keating, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (7)Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Keating
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That with respect to Verbal Report VR2019-0013, the following be adopted, as amended:

    That Council:

    1. Approve the financial strategy for all four unfunded long term projects (BMO Centre expansion, Event Centre, one phase of Arts Common, and Multi-Sport Field House) on the terms and conditions discussed during the Closed Meeting;
    2. Direct Administration to remove $26.9 million from the funding strategy and add $26.9 million to the currently unfunded part of the strategy, as noted in the Closed Meeting discussions; and
    3. Direct that the presentation, recommendations and closed session discussion remain confidential pursuant to Section 16 (disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party), 23 (local public body confidence), 24 (advice from officials), 25 (disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body), and 27 (privileged advice) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed by December 31, 2021.

    RECORDED VOTE

    For: (11)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    Against: (4)Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, and Councillor Woolley
    MOTION CARRIED

    Pursuant to Section 121 of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, as amended, Council permitted, by general consent, Councillor Sutherland to change his vote from the negative to the affirmative.


  • Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Verbal Report VR2019-0013, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    Direct that Administration come to the 2019 March 18 Combined Meeting of Council with a public presentation on the categories of funding sources being allocated to source the four unfunded long term projects in so much as they don't undermine the confidentiality required to pursue these projects.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Sutherland
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That with respect to Verbal Report VR2019-0013, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Council direct Administration to prepare a report for the 2019 March 18 Combined Meeting of Council outlining the capital funding approvals and supporting financial documents required to commence the BMO Centre expansion project.

    Against: Councillor Farrell

    MOTION CARRIED

People in attendance during the 2019 March 04 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Corrected Report UCS2019-0228:

Clerks: L. Kennedy, B. Hilford and J. Palaschuk. Legal: J. Floen. Advice: None. Observing: G. Cole, B. Stevens, C. Male, and M. Thompson D. Duckworth, M. Brown, K. Stewart, T. Nguyen, C. An, and M. Perpeluk.

  • Moved byCouncillor Sutherland
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That with respect to Report UCS2019-0228, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt the SPC on Utilities and Corporate Services Recommendations contained in Report UCS2019-0228; and
    2. Direct that the Report, Recommendations, and Attachments remain confidential pursuant to Sections 23 (local public body confidences), 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, unless The City of Calgary is required to disclose pursuant to the Expropriation Act (Alberta) for review by 2029 February 12.
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 10:29 p.m. on Monday, 2019 March 04, to reconvene at the Call of the Chair on Tuesday, 2019 March 05 to continue discussions for the following items:

    • 12.1, Provincial Advocacy Strategy, IGA2019-0208;
    • 12.2, Verbal - City of Calgary’s Response to the AUC Inquiry on Electricity Distribution Systems (AUC Proceeding 24116), GPT2019-0092;
    • 12.3, BiodiverCity Advisory Committee – Resignation and Appointment, C2019-0147;
    • 12.4, City Auditor 2018 Performance Review (Verbal) - AC2019-0105;
    • 12.5, Legal briefing - Planning Matter (Verbal) - C2019-0251; and
    • 12.9, City Manager Update (Verbal) - C2019-0306.

     

    Council reconvened at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, 2019 March 05.


  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That Council move In Camera at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, 2019 March 05 for confidential discussions with respect to Confidential items 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.5, and 12.9, and that Section 107 of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, as amended, be suspended.

     

    ROLL CALL VOTE

    For: (8)Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, and Mayor Nenshi
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That Council rise and report at 9:14 p.m. on Confidential items 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.5, and 12.9.

    MOTION CARRIED

Three confidential documents were distributed with respect to Verbal Report C2019-0306. 

People in attendance during the 2019 March 05 Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Verbal Report C2019-0306:

Clerks: L. Kennedy. Legal: J. Floen. Advice: G. Cole, M. Thompson, M. Lavallee, and D. Hamilton. Observer: C. Male.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chahal
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Verbal Report C2019-0603, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    Direct that the closed meeting discussions and City Manager presentation remain confidential pursuant to Section 24 (advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, presentation to be made public no later than 2019 March 18 Combined Meeting of Council.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That Council rise and report at 9:14 p.m. on Confidential items 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.5, and 12.9.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That Council adjourn 9:24 p.m. on 2019 March 05

    ROLL CALL VOTE

    For: (8)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    MOTION CARRIED

    CONFIRMED BY COUNCIL ON 


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