MINUTES

COMBINED MEETING OF COUNCIL

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IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
PRESENT:
  • Mayor N. Nenshi
  • Councillor G-C. Carra (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor G. Chahal (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor S. Chu (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor D. Colley-Urquhart (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor J. Davison (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor P. Demong (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor J. Farkas (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor D. Farrell (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor J. Gondek (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor R. Jones (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor S. Keating (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor J. Magliocca (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor W. Sutherland (Remote Participation)
  • Councillor E. Woolley (Partial Remote Participation)
ALSO PRESENT:
  • City Manager D. Duckworth (Partial Remote Participation)
  • City Auditor K. Palmer
  • City Solicitor and General Counsel J. Floen (Partial Remote Participation)
  • A/General Manager C. Arthurs (Remote Participation)
  • A/General Manager K. Black (Remote Participation)
  • General Manager S. Dalgleish (Remote Participation)
  • A/General Manager D. Limacher (Remote Participation)
  • Chief Financial Officer C. Male (Partial Remote Participation)
  • A/General Manager D. Morgan (Remote Participation)
  • General Manager M. Thompson ( Remote Participation)
  • Assistant City Solicitor D. Jakal (Remote Participation)
  • Deputy City Clerk T. Mowrey
  • Legislative Coordinator M. A. Cario
  • Legislative Advisor A. de Grood
  • Legislative Advisor L. Gibb

Mayor Nenshi called today's Meeting to order at 9:38 a.m.

Mayor Nenshi provided opening remarks, called for a moment of quiet contemplation and provided a traditional land acknowledgment.

Mayor Nenshi also spoke to the COVID situation.

ROLL CALL

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.

None

1. Councillor Chu

Topic: Question to the Mayor regarding reporting an altercation with a police officer years ago.

2. Councillor Magliocca

Topic: Reopening Lane Closures on Memorial Drive during weekdays.

3. Councillor Woolley

Topic: Tools available to shutdown businesses with history of shootings and violence.

Council pulled Item 7.1.7, Report GC2020-0773, from the Consent Agenda and to be dealt in conjunction with Item 11.4.3 Report GC2020-0772, by General Consent.

  • Moved byCouncillor Keating
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by adding 13.4 Green Line Borrowing Bylaw Tabulation 5B2020, C2020-0868, as an item of Urgent Business.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Gondek

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by adding the following as items of Urgent Business:

    • 13.1  Friends of HMCS Calgary Committee Terms of Reference, CPS2020-0790;
    • 13.2  Urban Design Review Panel - Referred Terms of Reference Amendment, PUD2020-0768; and
    • 13.3  Technology Update on Missing Children Society of Canada Application, C2020-0860.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council brought forward Item 13.3, Report C2020-0860, to be dealt in conjunction with Item 11.4.1, Report PFC2020-0669, by General Consent.


  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by pulling Item 7.1.3 Report CPS2020-0776, from the Consent Agenda to be dealt with at 5:00 p.m. on July 20, with an official Smudge Ceremony.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by adding 14.3.1 Solutions for Achieving Value and Excellence Core Service Review Findings, C2020-0862 as a Confidential item of Urgent Business and that it be dealt with as the first item of Business on Tuesday July 21 at 1:00 p.m.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by adding 14.3.3 City Manager Performance Planning (Verbal), C2020-0870 as Confidential item of Urgent Business.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by adding 14.3.2 Legal Update (Verbal), C2020-0858 as Confidential item of Urgent Business.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council brought forward Item 12.2.1, C2020-0845, to be dealt as the first item of new Business following the lunch break on July 20 for discussion and questions and then postpone and return to complete the Public Hearing, by General Consent.


  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That the Agenda for today's Meeting be amended, by releasing the Confidential Report and 14.2.1  Mid-Cycle Adjustments – Indicative Tax Rate for 2021, PFC2020-0726, to be Public documents.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council brought forward Item 14.2.1 PFC2020-0726, to be dealt with immediately following item 14.3.1, Report C2020-0862, by General Consent.


  • Mayor Nenshi noted the following Clerical Corrections to the Revised Agenda:

    • Item 7.13 A submission (Attachment 7 letter 10) is moved to 8.1.5;
    • Add the words “Notice of Motion” to Item 11.4.1 Council Endorsement of Technology to Help Missing Children, PFC2020-0669;
    • Item 9.2.2 replace attach 2 with revised attach 2;
    • Item 8.1.1 delete the word “Livingston” throughout the document and replace with the word “Carrington”;
    • Item 8.1.7 remove Attachment 6 in its entirety, and replace with Letter 8 only; and
    • Item 8.1.10 remove Letter 8 from Attachment 6.
    Moved byCouncillor Jones
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That the Revised Agenda for the 2020 July 20 Combined Meeting of Council be confirmed, as amended.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Jones
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That the Consent Agenda be adopted as follows:

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
  • Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 12.2.1.

Council reconvened at 7:31 p.m. on 2020 July 21 with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.

ROLL CALL

Councillor Sutherland, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, and Mayor Nenshi.

Absent at Roll Call: Councillor Woolley (joined at 7:34 p.m.)

  • Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That with respect to the Report AC2020-0408, the following be adopted:

    That Council receive this Report for the Corporate Record.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 8.1.6.

The following documents were electronically distributed with respect to Report CPS2020-0776:

  • A document containing the Recommendations; and
  • A document entitled "Anti-Racism Action Committee Terms of Reference".

A document entitled "Public Submission - Brian Merritt" was received for the Corporate Record with respect to Report CPS2020-0776.

  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That Recommendation 2, contained in Report CPS2020-0776 be amended by adding the words, “including the discussion between Council, the Calgary Police Commission, and the Calgary Police Service” following the words "30 September 2020".

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPS2020-0776, the following be adopted, as amended:

    That Council:

    1. Acknowledge, recognize and condemn the systemic racism that exists in our community, our government, our organization and our institutions, including the City of Calgary and the Calgary Police Service, as acknowledged by the joint statement by the Calgary Police Service, the Calgary Police Association, the Calgary Police Commission and the Senior Officers Association;
    2. Reaffirm our commitment to the actions directed in the Notice of Motion passed by Council 15 June 2020 and direct that a briefing on their progress be provided to Council no later than 30 September 2020, including the discussion between Council, the Calgary Police Commission, and the Calgary Police Service;
    3. Approve the Anti-Racism Action Committee Terms of Reference as amended (Attachment 1);
    4. Direct that a “What We Heard” report from the public consultation (2020 July 07) be provided to support the development of the Anti-Racism Strategy and to achieve any or all of the objectives set out in the 15 June 2020 Notice of Motion. This public document will also be made available to any other organization within the community, public or private, who wishes to use it to inform their own anti-racism work;
    5. Direct the Anti-Racism Action Committee to provide a progress update to the Standing Policy Committee on Community and Protective Services no later than Q2 2021; and
    6. Approve the Anti-Racism Capacity Building Fund Terms of Reference (Attachment 2).

    ROLL CALL 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
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 6:07 p.m. on 2020 July 20 to reconvene at 7:00 p.m. to deal with item 8.1.7.


This item was dealt with in conjunction with item 11.4.3.

A presentation entitled "Green Line Governance Update (Verbal) GC2020-0773" was electronically distributed with respect to Verbal Report GC2020-0773.

  • Moved byCouncillor Keating
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    That with respect to Verbal Report GC2020-0773, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Appoint Don Fairbairn to serve as the inaugural Chair of the Board, to expire no later than 2021 February 28; and
    2. Release the presentation to the public.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Report PFC2020-0784, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Approve this one-time application to allocate $75,000 from the Council Innovation Fund for the Virtual Reality Fire and Life Safety Education Pilot.
    2. Direct Administration to report back to the Priorities and Finance Committee on the outcomes of this project by September 2021.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Magliocca
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Report PFC2020-0696, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Consider this application for the Council Community Fund for the Hawkwood Community Capital project in the amount of $500,000 one-time funding request; and
    2. Direct Cllr Magliocca’s office and the applicant to report back to Priorities and Finance Committee within 12 months of project completion.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

    For: (13)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (1)Councillor Demong
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED

The following documents were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0413:
• A presentation entitled "LOC2018-0262 Land Use Amendment S-FUD to M-1, M-G, S-SPR, DC (C-C1), DC (MU-1)" ; and
• A presentation entitled "Carrington Station".

The Public Hearing was called and Kathy Oberg (B&A) addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 90D2020 and 81D2020.

 

  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That with respect to Corrected Report CPC2020-0413, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 8.66 hectares ± (21.4 acres ±) located at 14121 Centre Street NW (Portion of NE1/4 Section 33-25-1-5) from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to Multi-Residential – Low Profile (M-1) District, Multi-Residential – At Grade Housing (M-G) District, Special Purpose – School, Park and Community Reserve (S-SPR) District and DC Direct Control District to accommodate mixed-use development, with guidelines (Attachment 1); and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 80D2020.
    3. Adopt, bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 1.54 hectares ± (3.81 acres ±) located 14121 Centre Street NW (Portion of NE1/4 Section 33-25-1-5 from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to DC Direct Control District to accommodate commercial development, with guidelines (Attachment 2); and
    4. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 81D2020.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 80D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 80D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 80D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 80D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 81D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 81D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 81D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 81D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0135:

  • A presentation entitled “LOC2019-0135 Land Use Amendment S-FUD to S-UN, S-CRI”; and
  • A presentation “Keystone Pond E” from Patrick Wetter.

The Public Hearing was called and Patrick Wetter addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 90D2020.

  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0571, the following be adopted:

    That Council hold a Public Hearing; and

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed land use redesignation of 10.54 hectares ± (26.04 acres ±) located at 14900 – 6 Street NE and 800 – 144 Avenue NE (Portion of N1/2 of the SW1/4 Section 2-26-1-5; Portion of Section 2-26-1-5, Legal Subdivisions 3 and 4) from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to Special Purpose – Urban Nature (S-UN) District and Special Purpose – City and Regional Infrastructure (S-CRI) District; and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 90D2020.

    Against: Councillor Farrell

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 90D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Farrell

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 90D2020 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Farrell

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 90D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 90D2020 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Farrell

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

Councillor Chahal declared a pecuniary interest and abstained from discussion and voting with respect to Item 8.1.3, Report CPC2020-0536 as he is a shareholder to the property adjacent to the subject lands. Councillor Chahal left the remote meeting at 11:06 a.m. and returned at 11:15 a.m. after the vote was declared.

A presentation entitled "LOC2020-0022 Land Use Amendment I-G to I-C" was electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0536.

The Public Hearing was called and no one addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 79D2020.

  • Moved byCouncillor Jones
    Seconded byCouncillor Gondek

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0536, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1.Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.90 hectares ± (2.22 acres ±) located at 10960 - 42 Street NE (Plan 1811550, Block 5, Lot 6) from Industrial – General (I-G) District to Industrial – Commercial (I-C) District; and

    2.Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 79D2020.

     

    Against: Councillor Farkas and Mayor Nenshi

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 79D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas and Mayor Nenshi

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 79D2020 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas and Mayor Nenshi

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 79D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 79D2020 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas and Mayor Nenshi

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2019-0142 Land Use Amendment DC (C-C2) to DC (M-H2)", dated 2020, July 22 was electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0593.

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 89D2020.

1.  David Miner

2.  Undine MacLaine

3.  Denis Jones

4.  Melanie Swailes

  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0593, the following be adopted:

    That Council;

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.74 hectares ± (1.83 acres ±) located at 5111 Northland Drive NW (Portion of Plan 8310144, Block 1, Lot 14) from DC Direct Control District to DC Direct Control District to accommodate multi-residential development with guidelines (Attachment 2);
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 89D2020; and
    3. Direct Administration to continue using the amended Master Concept Plan (Attachment 3) as a guidance document when reviewing the subsequent development permits and future phasing plans.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 89D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 89D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 89D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 89D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 11:54 a.m. and reconvened at 1:10 p.m. with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair and continued with the presentation on Item 12.2.1, Mandatory Face Coverings, C2020-0845.


Pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, Section 78(1)(b) was suspended, by General Consent, to allow Council to complete the item before the afternoon recess.

The following presentations were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0596:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2019-0160 Land Use Amendment R-C1 to R-C1N";
  • A presentation entitled "Calgary City Council Public Hearing Item 8.1.5 LOC2019-0160 1922 + 1924 10 Av NW"; and
  • A presentation entitled "Hounsfield Heights-Briar Hill A Community Worth Preserving".

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 29D2020 and 83D2020:

1. Dave White, CivicWorks
2. Doris Rodgers
3. Judy Luc
4. Randy Davis
5. Elaine Davis
6. Jeff Marsh, Hounsfield Heights-Briar Hill Community Association

Mayor Nenshi left the Chair at 3:35 p.m. and Deputy Mayor Chahal assume the Chair (remotely).

7. Terry Wong, Hounsfield Heights-Briar Hill Community Association
8. Bob MacInnis
9. Piers Fothergill

Mayor Nenshi resumed the Chair at 3:53 p.m. and Councillor Chahal returned to his seat (remotely).   

10. Marnie Fothergill
11. Steve Engel
12. Lance Mierendorf

  • Moved byCouncillor Farrell
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0596, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed amendment to the Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 2); and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 29P2020.
    3. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.09 hectares ± (0.23 acres ±) located at 1922 and 1924 – 10 Avenue NW (Plan 1911453, Block 15, Lots 27 and 28) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Residential – Contextual Narrow Parcel One Dwelling (R-C1N) District; and
    4. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 83D2020.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0596, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Refuse the proposed amendment to the Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 2); 
    2. Refuse the proposed redesignation of 0.09 hectares ± (0.23 acres ±) located at 1922 and 1924 – 10 Avenue NW (Plan 1911453, Block 15, Lots 27 and 28) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Residential – Contextual Narrow Parcel One Dwelling (R-C1N) District; and
    3. Abandon Proposed Bylaws 29P2020 and 83D2020.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    Council recessed at 4:31 p.m. on 2020 July 20 and reconvened at 4:54 p.m. with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, Councillor Carra, and Mayor Nenshi.

    Absent at Roll Call: Councillor Keating (joined at 4:59 p.m.), Councillor Farrell (joined at 5:00 p.m.), and Councillor Chahal (joined at 5:00 p.m.)

     


The following presentations were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0636:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2019-0177 Land Use Amendment"; and
  • A presentation entitled "Trinity Hills Land Use Amendments".

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 85D2020, 86D2020 and 87D2020:

1. Tim Bardsley

2. Aly Premji

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0636, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 6.60 hectares ± (16.32 acres ±) located at 862 Canada Olympic Drive SW and 2200 Na’a Drive SW (Plan 1910730, Block 1, Lot 1; Plan 1612946, Block 1, Lot 2) from DC Direct Control District to DC Direct Control District to accommodate a mixed use development, with guidelines (Attachment 4); and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 85D2020.
    3. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 4.36 hectares ± (10.78 acres ±) located at 924 Na’a Drive SW (Plan 1612946, Block 3, Lot 1) from DC Direct Control District to DC Direct Control District to accommodate a mixed use development, with guidelines (Attachment 5); and
    4. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 86D2020.
    5. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 4.50 hectares ± (11.11 acres ±) located at 885 Na’a Drive SW (Plan 1612946, Block 3, Lot 4) from DC Direct Control District to DC Direct Control District to a mixed use development, with guidelines (Attachment 6); and
    6. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 87D2020.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 85D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 85D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 85D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 85D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 86D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 86D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 86D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 86D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 87D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 87D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 87D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 87D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 7.13.

Council reconvened at 7:04 p.m. on 2020 July 20 with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.

ROLL CALL

Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, Councillor Woolley, Councillor Chu, and Mayor Nenshi

Absent at Roll Call: Councillor Chahal (joined at 7:07 p.m.)The following documents were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0521:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2018-0231 Land Use Amendment";
  • Speaking notes entitled "Proposed Redesignation in Springbacnk Hill"; and
  • A presentation entitled "SBHA and Effected Residents Presentation".

A document entitled "Attachment 6 - Public Submissions" was electronically distributed with respect to Report CPC2020-0521.

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 28P2020 and 82D2020:

  1. Sue Patton
  2. Illona Boyce
  3. Connie Craig
  4. Marshall Naruzny
  5.  Ross Murray
  6.  Paul Morrell
  7.  Melinda Part

Pursuant to Section 90(2) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, Council by General Consent recalled the applicants, Connie Craig and Illona Boyce in order to ask additional questions of clarification.

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0521, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Refuse the adoption of the proposed amendment to the Springbank Hill Area Structure Plan (Attach 1); and abandon Proposed Bylaw 28P2020;
    2. Refuse the adoption of the proposed redesignation of 1.12 hectares ± (2.78 acres ±) located at 131 St Moritz Drive SW (Plan 1711936, Block 1, Lot 6) from DC Direct Control District and Special Purpose – Community Institution (S-CI) District to DC Direct Control District to accommodate a comprehensively designed mixed use development, with guidelines (Attachment 2); and abandon Proposed Bylaw 82D2020.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2019-0195 Land Use Amendment" was electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0581.

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 92D2020:

  1. April Kojima, Rick Balbi Architect Ltd.
  2. Chris Welner, Glendale Community Association
  3. Kay Holgate
  4. Ellen Liguori
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0581, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw the proposed redesignation of 0.32 hectares ± (0.79 acres ±) located at 4919, 4923, 4927, 4931 and 4935 - 17 Avenue SW (Plan 6182HM, Block 5, Lots 43 to 47) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile (M-C1) District; and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 92D2020.
     
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 92D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 92D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 92D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 92D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0581, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Administration work with the applicant to:


    1. Explore the feasibility of a common underground parkade access on the north edge of the site (17 Avenue SW), at the time of Development Permit application.

     

    Against: Councillor Carra and Councillor Farrell.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0581, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Administration work with the applicant to:

    2. Work with the community and the Ward 6 Office to explore paving the lane behind 4919, 4923, 4927, 4931 and 4935 - 17 Avenue SW and the installation of traffic calming measures on this portion of 17 Ave SW, at the time of Development Permit application.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2020-0025 Land Use Amendment" was electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0431.

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 78D2020:

  1. Lei Wang
  2. Kay Holgate
  3. Chris Welner, Glendale Community Association

Pursuant to Section 90(2) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, Council by General Consent recalled the applicant, Lei Wang in order to ask additional questions of clarification.

  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0431, the following be adopted:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 2727 – 40 Street SW (Plan 4216HE, Block 3, Lot 16) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District; and

    2. Give first reading to the Proposed Bylaw 78D2020.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0431, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    3. Withhold second and third readings until a Development Permit is at the point of approval.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0431, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    2. Give second and third reading to Proposed Bylaw 78D2020.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

    For: (10)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (5)Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 78D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Davison

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 78D2020 be read a second time.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

    For: (10)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (5)Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 78D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 78D2020 be read a third time.

    VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:

    For: (10)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (5)Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Magliocca, and Councillor Sutherland
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED

    Pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017 Council, by General Consent, suspended Section 79 in order to complete the Public Hearing items prior to the 2020 July 20 evening recess.


The following documents were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0573:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2019-0073 Land Use and Policy Amendment";
  • A presentation entitled "Mayor's Urban Design Awards 2019 LIFE"; and
  • A document entitled "Revised Attachment 4" was electronically distributed with respect to Report CPC2020-0573.

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 31P2020 and 91D2020:

  1. Dave White, CivicWorks
  2. Boris Karn, CivicWorks
  3. Alkarim Devani
  4. Dinushini Maligaspe
  5. Jamie Fisher
  6. Kate Richmond
  7. Dave Fulton
  • Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0573, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed amendment to the South Calgary/Altadore Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 1); and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 31P2020.
    3. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.23 hectares ± (0.56 acres ±) located at 1823, 1831 and 1835 - 28 Avenue SW (Plan 4479P, Block 24, Lots 23 to 30) from the Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile (M-C1) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Medium Profile (M-C2) District; and
    4. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 91D2020.
    ROLL CALL VOTE:
    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Davison, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (4)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Demong, and Councillor Farkas
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 31P2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 31P2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 31P2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 31P2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 91D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 91D2020 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 91D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 91D2020 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

The following presentations were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0430:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2020-0020 Land Use Amendment"; and
  • A presentation entitled "TELUS Len Werry Complex".

The Public Hearing was called and the following people addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 93D2020:

  1. Brian Horton, O2 Planning
  2. Jon Schofield
  • Moved byCouncillor Farrell
    Seconded byCouncillor Woolley

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0430, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.35 hectares ± (0.86 acres ±) located at 622 - 1 Street SW (Plan 1513138, Block 43, Lot 43), from DC Direct Control District to DC Direct Control District to accommodate digital installation, with guidelines (Attachment 2); and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 93D2020.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 93D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 93D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 93D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 93D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2020-0036 Land Use Amendment C-COR3f3.0h46 to C-COR1f3.0h46" was electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report CPC2020-0551.

The Public Hearing was called and Kayla Brown addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 88D2020.

  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Report CPC2020-0551, the following be adopted:

    That Council hold a Public Hearing; and

    1. Adopt, by bylaw, the proposed redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 5001 and 5011 Macleod Trail SW (Plan 9212001, Block 8, Lot 1A and Portion of Plan 8561HF, Block 8, Lot 3) from Commercial – Corridor 3 f3.0h46 (C-COR3f3.0h46) District to Commercial – Corridor 1 f3.0h46 (C-COR1f3.0h46) District; and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 88D2020.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 88D2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 88D2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 88D2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 88D2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 14.3.1.

A document entitled "Revised Attachment 2" was electronically distributed with respect to Report C2020-0775.

  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Report C2020-0775, the following be adopted:

    That Council direct Administration to implement the off-site levy payment relief program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as outlined in Revised Attachment 2.

    Against: Councillor Farrell

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 8.1.12.

  • Moved byCouncillor Jones
    Seconded byCouncillor Keating

    That Item 11.2.1, Report C2020-0766, be postponed and dealt with on 2020 July 21.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    Council recessed at 10:54 p.m. on 2020 July 20 to reconvene at 1:00 p.m. on 2020 July 21 to deal with Item 14.3.1 as the first item of Business.


  • The non-statutory Public Hearing was called and no one addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 23M2020.

    Moved byCouncillor Jones
    Seconded byCouncillor Keating

    That with respect to Report C2020-0766, the following be adopted:

    1. That Council give 1st reading to the proposed Bylaw 23M2020, being a bylaw to amend Bylaw 19M91; and
    2. Direct the Returning Officer to give statutory notice of Council’s intent to give second and third readings of Bylaw 23M2020 at the 2020 October 5 Combined Meeting of Council

    Against: Councillor Farkas and Councillor Chu

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 23M2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas and Councillor Chu

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard in conjunction with item 11.2.3.

  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Report C2020-0704, the following be adopted:

    That Council receive the 2018 Annual Report of the Ethics Advisor and Integrity Commissioner for the Corporate Record.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard in conjunction with item 11.2.2.

  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Report C2020-0706, the following be adopted:

    That Council receive the 2019 Annual Report of the Ethics Advisor and Integrity Commissioner for the Corporate Record.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was moved to be dealt with in Closed Meeting.

Administration in attendance in person and remotely during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2020-0788:

Clerks: T. Mowrey and A. Degrood. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen Observer: None.

  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Chahal

    That with respect to Report C2020-0788, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Thank Sandra Robertson for her service on the Assessment Review Board;
    2. Appoint Stacy Goodman to the Assessment Review Board from the Reserve List contained in Attachment 3, for completion of a term expiring on 2020 December 31;
    3. Direct that Attachments 2 and 3 remain confidential pursuant to Sections 17 (Personal information) and 19 (Confidential evaluations) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed 2045 July 20.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was dealt with in conjunction with item 13.3.

  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    Postpone item 11.4.1, Report PFC2020-0669 and item 13.3, Report C2020-0860 to the 2020 July 27 Combined Meeting of Council.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Davison
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Report TT2020-0611, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 22M2020 to amend the Calgary Transit Bylaw 4M81 (Attachment 1).

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 22M2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 22M2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 22M2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 22M2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was dealt with in conjunction with item 7.17.

  • Moved byCouncillor Keating
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    That with respect to Report GC2020-0772, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 21M2020, the Green Line Board Bylaw and Terms of Reference, to establish the Green Line Board (the “Board”) as a Committee of Council responsible for governing and overseeing the successful delivery of the Green Line Program;
    2. Appoint the City Manager to serve as a member of the Board; and
    3. Direct Administration to retain an external search firm and work with the Inaugural Chair to identify candidates for appointment to the Green Line Board, and present appointment recommendations to the Priorities and Finance Committee for its consideration no later than 2020 November 15.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 21M2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 21M2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 21M2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 21M2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 7.17.

A document entitled "Motion Arising" was electronically displayed and distributed with respect to Report PFC2020-0802.

  • Moved byCouncillor Farrell
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Notice of Motion PFC2020-0802, the following be approved:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council directs City Administration, through the Tomorrow’s Chinatown project and with support from Arts and Culture, to engage the Chinatown community to discuss the history of the Short site, the roles of James Short and the Anti-Chinese League in Chinatown’s history, the relocation of Chinatown, and the resiliency of the Chinese community in Calgary;

    AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that City Council directs City Administration to report back with new names for the Short Site that are recommended by the community through Tomorrow’s Chinatown, with particular consideration of names recognizing historical Chinese Canadian contributions to Calgary, as well as with an action plan for further programming and/or physical installations that interpret the historical learnings from the community discussions;

    AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that City Council requests that the Mayor write to the Calgary Board of Education to encourage the name change of the James Short Memorial School, and interpretation of Short’s past, for the same reasons as detailed above.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    That with respect to Notice of Motion PFC2020-0802 the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Council:

    1.Direct Administration to revise the Municipal Naming, Sponsorship and Naming Rights Policy CP2016-01 as follows:

    a.In Schedule 1, add a new section 1.1.2 as follows:

    i.1.1.2 Names should not be divisive in nature. When an individual or group is identified by a name, best efforts should be taken to ensure that the name is not seen as linked with discrimination, oppression and systemic racism nor in violation of community standards as they exist today

    b.In Schedule 1:

    i.Add the following words to the end of section 2.1.1: “in accordance with section 1.1.2 above.”

    c.In Schedule 2:

    i.Replace section 1.3.3 with: Names should not be divisive in nature. When an individual or group is identified by a name, best efforts should be taken to ensure that the name is not seen as linked with discrimination, oppression and systemic racism nor in violation of community standards as they exist today. Names that are otherwise offensive, misleading, or ineffective are also not permitted.

    2. DIRECT administration to develop a process by which citizen requests to re-examine an existing name of a city asset will be handled, ensuring that any such process involve community input with final decision-making by Council through the Priorities and Finance Committee as per the existing policy. In addition, this must also involve consultation with the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee once it is operational, with the report returning through the Priorities and Finance Committee no later than Q1 2021.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

A document entitled "Letters of support" was electronically distributed with respect to Report PFC2020-0828.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chahal
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Notice of Motion PFC2020-0828, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

    1. Council directs City Administration to:
      1. Report directly to the 14 September 2020 Combined Meeting of Council with a cost estimate and recommended funding source for the actions contained in this notice of motion that cannot be accommodated within existing budgets and workplans;
      2. Immediately expedite any building, demolition or development permits related to the severe storm on 13 June 2020 and waive any permit fees for any repairs or alterations attributed to this event on permit applications received prior to 30 June 2021, and prepare any necessary fee schedule amendments for approval;
      3. Engage development and building industry stakeholders – including but not limited to other governmental bodies, BILD Calgary Region, and Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB) – to  comprehensively examine building and planning standards including building codes and material standards to make new construction and building alterations more climate resilient and sustainable, while taking into consideration housing affordability and climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction measures, and to use this information to inform advocacy to the Minister of Municipal Affairs on potential amendments to the Provincial Building Codes, with a report back to Council by Q1 2021;
      4. Conduct a comprehensive debrief of The City’s (including our partners and other levels of government) response to the severe storms in June 2020 including but not limited to the alert system/warnings, emergency response, overland flooding, public and (where feasible) private infrastructure, roadways, minor/major stormwater systems, catch basins, and smart technology including sensors, with a detailed report and recommendations back to Council by Q1 2021;

    2. Council requests that the Mayor write a letter to the federal and provincial governments advocating for:

      1. immediate relief including interest free loans, tax credits, and rebate programs to cover out of pocket expenses for residents and businesses affected by this disaster that are not covered by private or public programs including insurance, and,
      2. incentives to support a more resilient and sustainable building product in new construction and building alterations, and,
      3. to advocate for a full review of the provincial Disaster Relief Program (DRP) and the federal Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements (DFAA) to ensure these programs are equitable, fair, and better coordinated to address the more frequent and more severe weather patterns that are predicted in the future.

     

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

Item 11.4.6 was heard immediately following item 11.2.3.

  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Report PFC2020-0827, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 27M2020 (Attachment 1) to amend the Code of Conduct for Elected Officials (Bylaw 26M2018), which incorporates by reference the Respectful Workplace Policy (HR-LR-001) and Workplace Violence Policy (GN-040) as updated by City Administration on 3 March and 7 April, 2020, respectively.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 27M2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 27M2020 be read a second time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 27M2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 27M2020 be read a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Sutherland

    That with respect to Report C2020-0435, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Bylaw 19M2020.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 19M2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 19M2020 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 19M2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 19M2020 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was heard following item 14.2.1.

Council reconvened at 3:46 p.m. on 2020 July 21 with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.

ROLL CALL

Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart,Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farkas, Councillor Gondek, and Mayor Nenshi.

Absent at Roll Call: Councillor Farrell (joined at 3:51 p.m.), Councillor Woolley (joined at 3:56 p.m. in person), Councillor Jones

A presentation entitled "Mandatory Face Coverings: C2020-0845 Overview of Proposed Bylaw" was electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report C2020-0845.

A document entitled "Proposed Face Coverings Bylaw 26M2020" was electronically distributed with respect to Report C2020-0845.

Pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017 Council, by General Consent, suspended Section 78(1)(c) in order to complete this item prior to the dinner recess.

  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Gondek

    That with respect to Report C2020-0845, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1) Give three readings to the Temporary COVID-19 Face Coverings Bylaw, to come into force on 2020 August 1;

    2) Direct Administration to return to the Combined Council Meeting on 2020 July 27 with amendments to Bylaw 26M2020 if necessary;

    3) Direct Administration to provide Council with progress updates on the implementation of Bylaw 26M2020 no later than 2020 August 24; and

    4) Direct Administration to report back to Council no later than 2020 September 14 with recommended amendments to Bylaw 26M2020 or a repeal if necessary.

    For: (12)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (3)Councillor Chu, Councillor Farkas, and Councillor Magliocca
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 26M2020 be introduced and read a first time.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

    For: (12)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (3)Councillor Chu, Councillor Farkas, and Councillor Magliocca
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 26M2020 be read a second time.

    VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:

    For: (12)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (3)Councillor Chu, Councillor Farkas, and Councillor Magliocca
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 26M2020 a third time.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 26M2020 be read a third time.

    VOTE WAS AS FOLLOWS:

    For: (12)Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Jones, Councillor Keating, Councillor Sutherland, and Councillor Woolley
    Against: (3)Councillor Chu, Councillor Farkas, and Councillor Magliocca
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted), Recorded
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 6:47 p.m. on 2020 July 21 to reconvene at 7:30 p.m. to deal with item 7.6 as the first item of Business.


  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison
    That Council recess at 10:30 p.m. on 2020 July 21 and the remainder of incomplete items be forwarded to the 2020 July 27 Combined Meeting of Council 
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    That with respect to report CPS2020-0790, the following be adopted:

    That Council approve the Terms of Reference for the Friends of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Calgary Committee outlined in Attachment 1.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Report PUD2020-0768, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

      1. Approve the amended Terms of Reference for the Urban Design Review Panel contained in Attachment 1; and
      2. Direct that the recruitment of the Urban Design Review Panel’s members be included annually in the City Clerk’s Office advertisement and recruitment campaign.

         

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

This item was dealt with in conjunction with item 11.4.1.

The following documents were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report C2020-0868:

  • A document entitled "Borrowing Bylaw Information"; and
  • A document entitled "Bylaw Number 5B2020".
  • Moved byCouncillor Keating
    Seconded byCouncillor Davison

    That with respect to Report C2020-0868, the following be adopted:

    That Council give second and third reading to Bylaw 5B2020.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 5B2020 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 5B2020 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Jones
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That pursuant to Section 17 (Disclosure harmful to personal privacy), 19 (Confidential evaluations), 24 (Advice from officials) and 27 (Privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Council now move into Closed Meeting at 9:29 p.m. on 2020 July 21, in the Council Boardroom, to discuss confidential matters with respect to the following items:

    • 11.3.1 Assessment Review Board – Resignation and Appointment, C2020-0788
    • 14.2.2 Court of Appeal Legal Update - Municipal Rights of Way Bylaw (Verbal), GPT2020-0705
    • 14.3.2 Legal Update (Verbal), C2020-0858
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council moved into Public Meeting at 10:08 p.m. on 2020 July 21 with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.


  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That Council rise and report on the following items:

    • 11.3.1 Assessment Review Board – Resignation and Appointment, C2020-0788;
    • 14.2.2 Court of Appeal Legal Update - Municipal Rights of Way Bylaw (Verbal), GPT2020-0705; and
    • 14.3.2 Legal Update (Verbal), C2020-0858.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Carra, Councillor Chahal, Councillor Chu, Councillor Colley-Urquhart, Councillor Davison, Councillor Demong, Councillor Farrell, Councillor Gondek, Councillor Keating, Councillor Magliocca, Councillor Sutherland, Councillor Woolley, and Mayor Nenshi.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

​This item was dealt with following item 14.3.1.

The following documents were electronically distributed and displayed with respect to Report PFC2020-0726:
• Presentation entitled "PFC2020-0726 2021 Adjustments - Indicative Tax Rate", dated 2020 July 14

  • Moved byCouncillor Farkas
    Seconded byCouncillor Magliocca

    That with respect to Report PFC2020-0726, the following be adopted:

    Council direct Administration to recommend adjustments to the 2021 service plans & budgets based on a -7.5% tax rate increase in 2021.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    That with respect to Report PFC2020-0726, the following be adopted:

    Council direct Administration to recommend adjustments to the 2021 service plans & budgets based on a 0% tax rate increase in 2021.

    ROLL CALL VOTE:

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

    Council recessed at 3:19 p.m. on 2020 July 21 to reconvene at 3:45 p.m. to deal with item 14.2.2. as the first item of Business.


​Administration in attendance In Person and Remotely during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report GPT2020-0705:

Clerks: T. Mowrey and A. Degrood. Advice: B. Cullen and C. Arthurs. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen Observer: None.
  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That with respect to Report GPT2020-0705, the following be adopted:

    That Council direct that the Closed Meeting discussions remain confidential pursuant to Sections 24 (Advice from officials), and 27 (Privileged Information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

Council reconvened on Tuesday July 21 at 1:03 p.m. with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair to deal with this item as the first item of Business.

ROLL CALL

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.

  • Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Keating

    That pursuant to Section 24 (Advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Council now move into Closed Meeting at 1:06 p.m., in the Council Boardroom, to discuss confidential matters with respect to the following Item:

    • 14.3.1 Solutions for Achieving Value and Excellence Core Service Review Findings, C2020-0862

    And further, that Lance Mortlock and Mohamed Bhamani from Ernst & Young be invited to attend the Closed Meeting.

    Against: Councllor Farkas

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council moved reconvened into Public Meeting at 1:56 p.m. with Mayor Nenshi in the Chair.


  • ROLL CALL

    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.

    Moved byCouncillor Woolley
    Seconded byCouncillor Farkas

    That Council rise and report on item 14.3.1 Solutions for Achieving Value and Excellence Core Service Review Findings, C2020-0862.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
  • People in attendance in person and remotely during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2020-0862:

    Clerks: T. Mowrey and D. Williams  Advice: D. Duckworth, C. Male and C. Stewart. External Advice: L. Mortlock and M. Bhamand (Ernst & Young).  Law: J. Floen  Observers: M. Thompson, D. Morgan. S. Dalgleish, M. Lavallee, K. Black and C. Arthurs

    Moved byCouncillor Gondek
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That with respect to Report C2020-0862, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Receive this report for the Corporate Record and discussion; and
    2. Direct that Attachment 1, presentation and the Closed Meeting discussions be held confidential pursuant to Section 24 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act to be reviewed by 2035 July 20.
    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

Administration in attendance In Person and Remotely during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2020-0858:

Clerks: T. Mowrey and A. Degrood. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen Observer: None.
  • Moved byCouncillor Farrell
    Seconded byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart

    That with respect to Verbal Report C2020-0858, the following be adopted:

    That Council keep the closed meeting discussions confidential pursuant to Sections 24 (Advice from officials) and 27 (Privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED

By General Consent, this item was postponed to the 2020 July 27 Combined Meeting of Council.

  • Moved byCouncillor Colley-Urquhart
    Seconded byCouncillor Farrell

    That this Council adjourn at 10:11 p.m. on 2020 July 21.

    Vote Type: Majority (Voted)
    MOTION CARRIED
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