|ITEM # and DESCRIPTION_||IREK VOTED||COUNCIL VOTED||TYPE OF ITEM|
|8.2 Tree Inventory & Canopy Cover Assessment||Yes||8-0||Consent|
|8.13 Enhancing Response to Vulnerable Populations During Emergencies||Yes||8-0||Consent|
|8.25 Relocation of Black History Murals||Yes||8-0||Delegation|
|8.10 Planting Trees on Airport Land Report||Yes||8-0||Delegation|
|8.15 Riverside Drive VISTA Project and ERCA||Yes||8-0||Delegation|
|8.4 Bike Share Feasibility Update||Yes||8-0||Delegation|
|8.3 Fluoridation ByLaw||Yes||8-0||Delegation|
|11.1 Expropriation of 0 Provincial Road||Yes||8-0||Regular|
|8.5 Biosolids Operations||Yes||8-0||Regular|
|8.6 MADD Request for Signage||Yes||8-0||Regular|
|8.8 EC Row Collision Report – Lauzon to Banwell||Yes||8-0||Consent|
|Petition: South Cameron Wood Lot||Yes||8-0||Petition|
|Council Question: Update Official Plan||Yes||8-0||Petition|
Petition and Council Question – South Cameron Woodlot: I was pleased to work with Ward 10 City Councillor Jim Morrison to get a petition tabled with 9,000+ signatories in support of protecting the South Cameron woodlot, as well as working together to submit a Council Question that directs administration to present the next steps necessary to update the City’s Official Plan to include mapping of Provincial Significant Wetlands (PSW) and other protections for natural heritage features. These updates are critical first and foundational steps to protecting our wetlands and woodlots.
Item 8.8 – EC Row Collisions Report – Lauzon to Banwell Road: I asked for a report to be brought back identifying the number of vehicular collisions along the stretch of EC Row from Lauzon to Banwell Road. The report indicates elevate collision rates for the eastbound midblock stretch of EC Row, and highlighting the significant collision rates at the intersection of EC Row and Banwell – with 131 total collisions overt the last five years that amounts to a collision rate that is almost three times higher than the City average for intersections.
These insights will be part of the EC Row Environmental Assessment (EA) that is currently underway which will provide a blueprint for design and engineering improvements and investments necessary to address these safety concerns.