Council Considers – March 22, 2022

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Leamington Council will hold an electronic Council meeting on March 22, 2022, at 6:00 PM. Council will consider:

  • A Public Meeting under the Planning Act regarding Zoning By-law Amendment Application No. 248 to amend the zoning of the property located at 29 Marlborough Street West from Residential (R2) to a site-specific Residential (R2-15) Zone to permit a multi-unit dwelling containing three units and establish site-specific provisions, as well as provide a total of 4 parking spaces.
  • Authorizing the purchase of an Electric Ice Resurfacing Machine from Zamboni Company Ltd for $189,545.88 plus HST.
  • Repealing the Mandatory Mask By-law 61-20. On March 9, 2022, the Province of Ontario announced that as of March 21, 2022, masks will no longer be required in most settings, except public transit, long-term care and retirement homes, health-care settings, congregate care settings, shelters and jails.
  • Approving the recommended reallocation of the modernization funding and approving the project to upgrade Council Chambers to allow for hybrid council meetings at a cost not to exceed $50,000 and be funded through the modernization grant.
  • Accepting any designation of host municipality by collecting the Dedicated Gas Tax Funds for Public Transportation Program funds on behalf of the Municipality of Leamington and the Town of Kingsville.
  • Authorizing to execute the Windsor-Essex Area Inter-Municipal Court Services agreement for the five-year period from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2026. 
  • Adopting an On-Demand transit model with the On-Demand transit service with  extended hours of operation to begin on May 2, 2022. Awarding the On-Demand Transit Software Solution to Blaise Transit Limited for a 3 year contract in the amount of $23,900 for year one and $36,000 for years two and three (plus applicable taxes) as well as for call centre services for the On-Demand Transit Service and; enter into an agreement with Windsor Family Credit Union to wrap the new transit buses for advertising purposes.
  • Awarding the Sherk & Ellison Intersection Signalization project to Field Electrical Contractors Inc. in the amount of $541,826.10 (plus applicable taxes).
  • Awarding the Kinsmen Baseball Diamonds Parking Lot Paving project to Armstrong Paving and Materials Group Ltd. in the amount of $322,333.47 (plus applicable taxes).
  • Receiving a report regarding the Uptown Streetscaping Erie Street Functional Design Options.
  • Receiving the Municipality of Leamington - Electric Vehicle Charging Stations and Municipal Fleet Electrification Plan report, prepared by Essex Energy Corporation. Adopting the report as the basis for future short term and long term electric vehicle infrastructure, and electric vehicle procurement planning for the Municipality of Leamington. Approving an application to ‘Charge Up Windsor-Essex County’, for the installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at 111 Erie Street North, with a total project cost of $116,200 and a Leamington contribution of $100,000, to be funded from the Provincial Modernization Grant.
  • Adopting the Engineer’s letter to provide for apportionment changes for Parcels owned by Great Lake Greenhouse and L241 Mersea Holdings Inc. as a result of severance applications B-01-19, B-02-19, B-03-19 and B-04-19 pursuant to the provisions of the Drainage Act, Section 65 (1).
  • Adopting the Engineer’s report for the Changes in Assessment to the Bailey Drain, prepared by Dillon Consulting Limited dated February 18, 2022, for parcel 920-00702 pursuant to the provisions of the Drainage Act, Section 65 (3 & 4).
  • Adopting the Engineer’s report for the Changes in Assessment to the Silver Creek Drain, prepared by N.J. Peralta Engineering dated December 22, 2021, for parcel 880-0900 & 800-05000 pursuant to the provisions of the Drainage Act, Section 65 (3 & 4).

To receive further information, please refer to the Municipality of Leamington Council Agenda and Minutes at  Although members of the public cannot attend the meeting in-person due to COVID-19 precautions, the meeting will be streamed live online for public viewing at