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June 9, 2015 -

Thursday, June 18, at 6:30 p.m. – Council Chambers, City Hall

The planning committee will meet to discuss the matters listed below beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Public meetings

14 Garrett St. – FOTENN Consultants Inc. –D14-121-2015

Application for Zoning Bylaw amendment to amend the provision relating to the minimum parking space dimensions to facilitate a new parking lot on the property.

823 Highway 15 – FOTENN Consultants Inc. on behalf of Golden Mile Property Development Corp. – D09-032-2015 and D14-124-2015

Applications for Official Plan amendment and Zoning Bylaw amendment to develop a new commercial building with an area of approximately 980 square metres on the subject property.

83 Durham St. – Colin Dawdy – D14-108-2015

Application for Zoning Bylaw amendment to permit a zoning change to the one and two-family dwelling ‘A' zone and the Williamsville main street commercial ‘C4'Zone in Zoning Bylaw Number 8499 to allow a secondary suite. As part of the application to permit the secondary suite, the applicant is also requesting changes to the Zoning Bylaw to permit a dwelling or habitation unit in a cellar and to permit an increase in the permitted rear yard uncovered
parking area from 30 square metres to 34 square metres.

129 Calderwood Drive – GP Property Management – D14-119-2015

Application for Zoning Bylaw amendment to permit a second residential unit (secondary suite) in the lower level of the existing dwelling house.

2489-2505 Unity Rd. – Cruickshank Construction Limited – D09-025-2014 and D14-104-2014

A previous public meeting was held with respect to this application on February 19, 2015. An additional public meeting is required for this application because the original application did not identify the existing quarry as being subject to the application to amend the Zoning Bylaw .

Applications for Official Plan amendment and zoning bylaw amendment to amend the Official Plan and rezone the subject properties addressed as 2357 and 2363 Unity Rd. to permit the expansion of the Elginburg Quarry, located to the east of the subject properties. The applicant is
proposing to amend the Official Plan designation of the subject lands to ‘Mineral Resource Area - Aggregates'; amend Schedule 7-B ‘Natural Heritage Area ‘A'' of the Official Plan to remove ‘Riparian Habitat' from the subject lands and amend Schedule 8-B ‘Natural Heritage Area ‘B'' of the Official Plan to remove ‘Significant Woodland', ‘Contributory Woodland' and ‘Unevaluated Wetland'. Since the initial Public Meeting it was determined that Schedule 5 of the City of Kingston Official Plan incorrectly identifies the current location of the Rideau Trail. The applicant is proposing to amend Schedule 5 of the Official Plan to correctly identify the current location of the Rideau Trail. To amend the zoning of the subject properties from the general rural ‘A2' zone to a special extractive industrial ‘M5' zone and a special open space ‘OS' zone within the former
Township of Kingston Zoning Bylaw Number 76-26. The initial application to amend Zoning Bylaw Number 76-26 did not identify the lands encompassing the existing quarry as part of the application. The applicant is now proposing to also amend the zoning of the existing
quarry to permit the expansion of the quarry by reducing the minimum side yard to 0 metres where the existing quarry will abut the quarry expansion area. Also to reduce the front, rear and interior side yard provisions of the existing quarry on lands that do not abut the expansion
area to be consistent with current standards as set out in the Aggregate Resources of Ontario, Provincial Standards Version 1.0.

Business (Items for discussion/recommendation):

83 Durham St. – Colin Dawdy – D14-108-2015

See description under public meetings.

Central Accommodation Review – City of Kingston

The central accommodation review (CAR) was developed to evaluate residential development in the central area of the City through examining built form, housing quality and density in response to the ongoing submission of residential development applications and proposals.
This report provides a summary of CAR-related projects that have been completed to date as well as those underway, and also includes a discussion of proactive planning approaches recommended by staff including an intensification study.

149 Collingwood St. – MacKinnon Construction Limited – D14-106-2015

Application for zoning bylaw amendment to convert the existing two sixbedroom units to six two-bedroom units. An amendment to the Zoning Bylaw is requested to accommodate the increased density and lot coverage, reduced yard setbacks, reduced parking and amenity area, and no play space.

2611 Isle of Man Rd. – 0862506 B.C. Limited – D09-064-2012, D14-235-2012 & D12-067-2012

Applications for Official Plan amendment, Zoning Bylaw amendment and draft plan of subdivision to permit 29 rural estate residential lots serviced by individual private well and septic systems. The application for Official Plan amendment proposes to amend the rural and environmental protection area designations to an estate residential, open space and
environmental protection area designations. The zoning amendment seeks to establish site-specific estate residential ‘ER', site-specific open space ‘OS' and site-specific ‘floodplain' zones.

Information regarding the above can be viewed at planning, building and licensing services, 1211 John Counter Blvd., during normal office hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Dated at Kingston, Ontario
this 9th day of June, 2015

Paige Agnew, director
Planning, building and licensing services