Every week, Bramptonist will be rounding up the interesting items on upcoming city council and committee meetings, so you don’t have to bore yourselves with tedious PDFs.

All meetings are open to the public (aside from closed items), and are generally held in the City Council Chambers, unless stated otherwise.


Planning and Infrastructure Services

June 6, 2016, 7:00 p.m.


Council Chambers, City Hall

New mixed-use tower proposed near Peel Memorial

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  • Cumberland Developments, seemingly owned by well-known Brampton developer John Cuttrozola, is proposing a new 21-storey mixed-use condo tower, as well as the conversion of an existing 5-storey office building to apartments, at 145-149 Queen Street East (at Lynch)
  • The 5-storey office-to-residential conversion will house 42 rental units (15 one-bedroom and 27 two-bedroom) and 911 square metres of commercial space
  • New 21-storey residential condo tower with 140 units (64 one-bedroom, 76 two-bedroom) and 143 square metres of ground floor commercial space
  • 288 parking units
  • Report on page 5

Third time is the charm for Dominion Skate residential towers

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  • City staff are recommending the approval of this development
  • Proposal calls for a 27-storey (phase 1) and 25-storey (phase 2) mixed-use development at 45 Railroad Street; towers share a podium
  • Applicant will be providing space for a daycare to operate out of the building
  • 387 residential units, between 1-3 bedrooms
  • 504 parking units, two levels underground and three levels above ground hidden by the podium
  • Denison Avenue will be extended along the south side of the property
  • Along Denison, attached to the podium, will be 7 two-storey, two-bedroom units with street access
  • Current Dominion Skate facade will be incorporated
  • Report on page 78

Heart Lake Troubles…Again

  • City staff are recommending that council reject a proposal to build 124 townhouse units at Conestoga and Sandalwood Parkway
  • This issue has been in and out of Brampton City Hall since 2007
  • Staff are recommending a rejection due to the “town centre” zoning, which calls for a more dense, mixed-use style development
  • Other reasons for rejection are: not enough pedestrian connections, new in-out road too close to existing intersection, driveways too close to intersection, units are too skinny
  • Report on page 180

Issues in Brief

  • 5 new single detached houses proposed for 11205 Goreway Drive (page 21)
  • 15 townhouses and 24 stacked townhouse recommended for approval at Hurontario and Highwood; this development has raised ire in residents  (page 133)

Agenda and reports available here.


Audit Committee

June 7, 2016, 9:30 a.m.

Council Committee Room, City Hall

Issues in Brief

  • City corporate fraud hotline to be unveiled to city staff in June, to the public in December (page 8)
  • 2015 Audited Financial Statements (page 16)

Agenda and reports available here.


Council

June 8, 2016, 9:30 a.m.

Council Chambers, City Hall

Announcements

  • Crossing Guard Appreciation Day – June 14, 2016

City Summer Events

  • CeleBrampton – June 11, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Downtown Brampton
  • Downtown Brampton Farmers’ Market
    • June 18 – October 8, 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
  • Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market
    • June 23 – September 1, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
    • September 8 – October 6, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Canada Day – July 1, 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
    • Performers:
      • Performers will be announced on Monday

Peel Memorial Update

  • Phase 1 of substantial development to be reached on October 24, 2016
  • Full work will be expected to be complete on December 22, 2016
  • Grand opening in April 2017
  • Payment of up to $40 million will be due from the city to William Osler
  • 650 full-time workers, most new with some relocated, expected to work in the first phase
  • Two bay satellite paramedic station being built as part of development
  • $20 million payment for Phase Two will be given after 2018
  • Hospital levy to be removed from taxes in 2019
  • Report on page 52

Issues in Brief

  • Rezoning to permit a hotel at 200 Steelwell Road (page 57)

Agenda and reports available here.

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