Council Matters – October 11, 2022

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At the Leamington Council meeting on October 11, 2022 Council:

  • Held a Court of Revision under the Drainage act and approved the installation of new access bridges over the Lundy Drain – Section 78.
  • Held a Public Meeting under the Planning Act and approved:
    • Zoning By-law Amendment Application No. 259 related to 969 Kent County Road 1 to rezone a surplus dwelling lot to Agricultural Residential Zone (A5) and rezone a farm parcel to Agricultural General Zone (A1).
    • Consent Applications B-12-22 to create a new farm parcel and B-13-22 to sever an existing dwelling at 969 Kent County Road 1.
    • Golfwood Lakes Plan of Subdivision – Phases 3-5 draft plan.
  • Approved Zoning By-law Amendment Application No. 260 related to Phase 1 of the Bevel Line Village Subdivision to remove the Holding (H) symbol.
  • Approved the purchase of a new mechanic’s truck body and service crane for use by the Leamington Pollution Control Centre.
  • Authorized the issuance of a Request for Proposals for the former Leamington District Secondary School Lands Concept Plan and amended the plan to include the building occupied by the 535 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets.
  • Approved the expansion of the multi-use path along the south side of Seacliff Drive East from Cherry Lane to the western side of Seneca Road.
  • Directed Administration to keep the existing pedestrian signals located at Talbot Street West and MCR Drive, Talbot Street West and Fader Avenue, and Oak Street and the Trail.
  • Authorized using the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative Grant to purchase patio furniture at Seacliff Park and approved using $100,000 from the Waterfront Redevelopment Reserve account to initiate the design process for improvements to Seacliff Park and Rick Atkin Park.
  • Approved By-law 70-22, being a by-law prescribing standards for the maintenance and occupancy of property.
  • Adopted the preferred functional design of the multi-use path proposed along County Road 33 and Point Pelee Drive.
  • Received the 2022 Budget Restatement.
  • Received  the By-law Enforcement Service Delivery Review Quarterly Report.
  • Received the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) Drinking Water System Inspection Report for the Leamington (Union) Distribution System and the Leamington (Wheatley) Distribution System.  

To receive further information, please refer to the Municipality of Leamington Council Agenda and Minutes at