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Correspondence Agenda - 2020/09/17 The Corporation of the Township of Malahide CORRESPONDENCE AGENDA September 17, 2020 7:30 p.m. (F) Correspondence: 1. Association of Municipalities of Ontario - Watch File dated September 3 and 10, 2020. (Pages C2 - 6) 2. Township of Puslinch and Township of Huron-Kinloss Supporting Town of Gore Bay and City of Oshawa requesting help for local municipalities to assist their local social cultural, service blubs and children/youth minor sporting organizations with funding programs because of detrimental effects of COVID 19. (Pages C7 - 10) 3. Village of Merrickville-Wolford Thank you for supporting their resolution regarding Provincially Significant Wetlands Designations. (Pages C11 - 14) 4. County of Elgin Notice of Public Meeting regarding Draft Plan of Subdivision Part of Lots 1 and 2, Range South Edgeware Road, Part of Block 48, RP 11M219, Municipality of Central Elgin. (Page C15) 5. Municipality of Central Elgin Notice of Public Meeting for Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment relating to the following properties: - Jacklin Farm Phase 4. (Page C16) - 263 B Frances Street. (Page C17) - 42057 Fruitridge Line. (Page C18) 6. Municipality of Central Elgin Certificate under Section 34 (2) of The Planning Act relating to the following properties: - By-law 2499 5013 Yarmouth Centre Road. (Page C19) - By-law 2500 43099 Ron McNeil Line. (Page C20) - By-law 2501 44222 Sparta Line. (Page C21) 2 Aggregate Resources Act Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, 2020 3 Aggregate Resources Act Land Use Planning: Beyond the Basics 4 5 6 7 RE: Town of Gore Bay - COVID-19 Funding Support Resolution Please be advised that Township of Puslinch Council, at its meeting held on September 2, 2020 considered the aforementioned topic and subsequent to discussion, the following was resolved: Resolution No. 2020-242:Moved by Councillor Bulmer and Seconded by Councillor Sepulis That the Consent Agenda item6.15 Town of Gore Bay - COVID-19 Funding Support Resolution be received; and That Council direct staff to send support of the City of Oshawa resolution to Hon. Ted Arnott, Prime Minister Trudeau, Premier Ford, and all Ontario Municipalities. CARRIED As per the above resolution, please accept a copy of this correspondence for your information and consideration. Sincerely, Courtenay Hoytfox Deputy Clerk 8 File: A-2100 June 26, 2020 DELIVERED BY EMAIL The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, The Honourable Doug Ford, Prime Minister of Canada Premier of Ontario Email: justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca Email: premier@ontario.ca Re: COVID-19 Funding Oshawa City Council considered the above matter at its meeting of June 22, 2020 and adopted the following recommendation: “Whereas on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization and the Canadian Government declared COVID-19 a global pandemic; and, Whereas on March 12, Ontario ordered schools closed and by March 17, began a more extensive shut down; and, Whereas the pandemic has led to the closure of public spaces and the cancellation of events around the world throughout the country our province and right here within our own community, causing great stress on the arts sector; and, Whereas local cultural organizations such as the Oshawa Folk Arts Council representing over 13 member clubs and organizations, as well as the many local service groups such as the Oshawa Rotary Club, have all been forced to cancel major events (i.e. Fiesta Week; Rib Fest; etc.) which historically contribute in large part to the fundraising and operational financing efforts of these sociocultural entities; and, Whereas the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario have committed they through the Canada Council for the Arts will continue to work with the Government of Canada, as well as provincial, territorial, and municipal partners, to ensure the strength of the sector; and, 9 Whereas at present, the Canada Council’s for the arts priorities as are our collective governing priorities are to ensure the health and safety of people across Canada and around the world and to work towards the sustainability and recoverability of the arts sector; and, Whereas a significant period has past without further indication as to what tools, funding measures, or financial support our local social cultural, service clubs, and children/youth minor sporting originations can readily access to help support their operating costs and programming, Therefore be it resolved: 1. That the Federal, Provincial, and Regional Government help local municipalities assist their local social cultural, service clubs, and children/youth minor sporting originations with clear and definitive relief funding programs directed to help sustain the afore mention groups through these trying times inflected on them by the affects of COVID-19; and, 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Prime Minister of Canada, the Premier of Ontario, all Ontario Municipalities, all Members of Provincial Parliament, all Members of Parliament and Association of Municipalities of Ontario and Federation of Canadian Municipalities.” Oshawa City Council respectfully requests your consideration of the above noted matters. If you need further assistance concerning this matter, please contact Ron Diskey, Commissioner, Community Services Department at the address listed on Page 1 or by telephone at 905-436- 3311. Mary Medeiros City Clerk /fb c. Association of Municipalities of Ontario Federation of Canadian Municipalities Members of Parliament and Members of Provincial Parliament Ontario Municipalities 10 City of Oshawa Mary Medeiros City Clerk August 28, 2020 50 Centre Street South, Oshawa, Ontario L1H 3Z7 Dear Ms. Medeiros; Re: Copy of Resolution #512 Motion No. 512 Moved by: Ed McGugan Seconded by: Carl Sloetjes THAT the Township of Huron-Kinloss Council support the City of Oshawain their request that the Federal, Provincial, and Regional Government help local municipalities assist their local social cultural, service clubs, and children/youth minor sporting organizations with clear and definitive relief funding programs directed to help sustain the afore mention groups through these trying times inflectedon them by theeffects ofCOVID-19 and FURTHER directs staff to forward a copy of this resolution to theCity ofOshawa and the Prime Ministerof Canada, the Premierof Ontario,all Ontario Municipalities, and Association of Municipalities ofOntario and Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Carried Sincerely, Kelly Lush Deputy Clerk c.c Mr. Justin Trudeau, The Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada, Mr. Douglas Ford, The Honourable Premier of Canada, AMO, FCM and all Ontario Municipalities. 11 12 13 14