REVISED AGENDA

REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL

Meeting #:
Date:
Monday, April 24, 2017 at 1:00 P.m. - 6:00 P.m.
Location:
Council Chamber, City Hall

Visited2.CONFIRMATION OF AGENDAAttachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the following letters be added to item 8.3.10:
    1. Submitting comments - Jim and Diane Wells, dated April 20, 2017;
    2. Requesting to speak - Curtis Kellin, dated April 23, 2017;
  2. That the following letters be added to item 9.1.1:
    1. Submitting comments - Barb Biddle, dated April 21, 2017;
    2. Requesting to speak - Jason Evanochko, dated April 20, 2017;
  3. That the following items be added to item 9.5.1:
    1. Submitting comments - Joanne Sproule, Secretary, Board of Police Commissioners, dated April 21, 2017;
    2. Requesting to speak:
      1. Randy Pshybylo, Riversdale, Business Improvement District, dated April 21, 2017;
      2. Brent Penner, Downtown YXE, dated april 21, 2017;
    3. Attachment 7 to the Report - Property Tax Notice brochure, and Sample Property Tax Notice;
  4. That the letter submitting comments from Peter Stoicheff, President and Vice Chancellor, University of Saskatchewan, dated April 10, 2017 be added to item 11.1; and
  5. That the agenda be approved as amended.
Visited4.ADOPTION OF MINUTES
Recommendation

That the minutes of the Special Meeting of City Council held on March 26, 2017 and the Regular Business Meeting of City Council held on March 27, 2017, be adopted.

Visited8.CONSENT AGENDA
Recommendation

That the Committee recommendations contained in Items 8.1.1 to 8.1.5; 8.2.1 to 8.2.11; 8.3.1 to 8.3.12; and 8.4.1 to 8.4.5; and 8.5.1 to 8.5.4 be adopted as one motion.

Visited8.1.22015 to 2016 Youth Sport Subsidy Program Overexpenditure [File No. CK. 1720-3-1 and RS. 1720-8-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That approval be provided to fund the overexpenditure in the Youth Sport Subsidy Program, 2015 to 2016 subsidy year, in the amount of $37,969.36 from the Reserve for Unexpended Youth Sport Subsidy Funds; and
  2. That the recommended revision to the City of Saskatoon Reserves for Future Expenditures Policy No. C03-003, as detailed in the April 3, 3017 report of the General Manager, Community Services Department, be approved.
Visited8.1.3Offer to Donate Neon Light Installation Entitled Land of Berries [File No. CK. 4040-1 and RS.1870-13]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the donation of the neon light installation entitled Land of Berries from artist Tony Stallard be accepted by the City of Saskatoon, as recommended by the Public Art Advisory Committee and Civic Administration;
  2. That the Office of the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the necessary agreement, evidencing the donation for signing by the artist, the Mayor, and the City Clerk; and
  3. That the Office of the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the necessary agreement with Persephone Theatre to allow for the display of the artwork on the Remai Arts Centre/Persephone Theatre building.
Visited8.1.4Municipal Utility Parcel Designation for Parcel XX in Recovery Park along Valley Road [File No. CK. 7830-4-2, AF. 4110-1 and LA. 4300-5]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the Administration be authorized to designate Parcel XX in Recovery Park as a “Municipal Utility” parcel as outlined in the April 3, 2017 report of the General Manager, Community Services Department.

Visited8.1.5Partnership Agreement – Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo and Foothills Research Institute – Grizzly Bear Program [File No. CK. 4205-8 and RS. 4206-FO-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the partnership agreement between the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo and the Foothills Research Institute, as described in the April 3, 2017 report of the General Manager, Community Services Department, be approved; and
  2. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the appropriate agreement under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.2.1Board of Management of the Downtown Saskatoon Business Improvement District - Written Procedures for Meetings [File No. CK. 175-48]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the information be received; and
  2. That the Downtown Saskatoon Business Improvement District make the procedures publicly available in paper or electronic format at its normal place of business.
Visited8.2.2Notice of Annual Member's Meeting - Saskatchewan Place Association Inc. - May 3, 2017 [File No. CK. 175-31]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the City of Saskatoon, being a member of the Saskatchewan Place Association Inc., appoint Mayor Charlie Clark, or in his absence, Councillors Davies or Hill, of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, as its proxy to vote for it on its behalf at the Annual General Meeting of the members of the Saskatchewan Place Association Inc., to be held on the 3rd day of May, 2017, or at any adjournment or adjournments thereof.

Visited8.2.7Incentive Application – DSI Underground Canada Ltd. [File No. CK. 3500-13 and AF. 3500-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the application from DSI Underground Canada Ltd. (DYWIDAG Systems International) for a five-year tax abatement on the incremental portion of taxes at 3919 Millar Avenue, as a result of its expansion in 2017, be approved as follows:
    1. 100% in Year 1;
    2. 80% in Year 2;
    3. 70% in Year 3;
    4. 60% in Year 4;
    5. 50% in Year 5; and
  2. That the City Solicitor be instructed to prepare the appropriate agreements.
Visited8.2.8Lease of City-Owned Farm Land [File No. CK. 4225-2, AF. 4225-1 and LA. 4213-017-001]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the Administration be authorized to enter into a farm lease with Airview Farms Inc. for NW 2-37-06-W3, NW 34-36-06-W3, and NE 34-36-06-W3, totalling approximately 325 acres of arable land;
  2. That the Administration be authorized to enter into a farm lease with Mr. Derek Dery for portions of NW 23-36-06-W3 and NE 23-36-06-W3, totalling approximately 125 acres of arable land;
  3. That the Administration be authorized to enter into a farm lease with Highmark Foundations Ltd. for LSD 11 NW 33-37-05-W3, LSD 14 NW 33-37-05-W3, and portions of LSD 12 NW 33-37-05-W3 and LSD 13 NW 33-37-05-W3, totalling approximately 152 acres of pasture land; and
  4. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreements and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreements under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.2.9Shaw Centre Air Handler Equipment Enclosure – Consulting Services – Award of Request for Proposal [File No. CK. 606-2, AF. 500-1 and FA. 939-16-5]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the proposal submitted by Robb Kullman Engineering LLP for consulting services for Air Handler Equipment Enclosure at Shaw Centre, at a total estimated cost of $115,255, plus applicable taxes be approved; and
  2. That His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents as prepared by the City Solicitor under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.2.10Contract Management System – Award of Contract [File No. CK. 261-1, xCK. 1000-5 and TU. 100-01]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the City enter into an agreement with ISN Canada for the setup and supply of a Contract Management System at a total cost of $120,225.00 (including GST and PST); and,
  2. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.2.11Boychuk Interchange Land Acquisition – TWP 362 [File No. CK. 4020-1, x 6000-1, AF. 4020-1 and LA. 4021-016-005]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the Administration be authorized to purchase a portion of Surface Parcel No. 146095106 from George Brent Reddekopp for the Boychuk Interchange Project as per the terms noted in the April 3, 2017 report of the General Manager, Transportation and Utilities Department;
  2. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement under the Corporate Seal; and
  3. That Project P2016 Boychuk Drive/Highway 16 Grade Separation be used as the funding source for this purchase, including legal and administrative costs and disbursements.
Visited8.3.2Amendments to Bylaw 7200, The Traffic Bylaw – Right-of-Way Fees and Fines [File No. CK. 6320-1 and TS. 6320-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the majority of Bylaw No. 2954, Streets Use Bylaw be repealed;
  2. That a section for Construction, Detour and Street Use, including fines, be added to Bylaw No. 7200, The Traffic Bylaw;
  3. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate bylaw amendments to Bylaw No. 7200, The Traffic Bylaw and Bylaw 2954, Streets Use Bylaw; and
  4. That the Administration enter into discussions with stakeholders related to the fees for Right-of-Way usage and report to the Standing Policy Committee on Transportation before the end of 2017.
Visited8.3.3Construction Zone Arrow and Message Boards – Award of Contract [File No. CK. 1000-4 and TS. 1000-13]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the City of Saskatoon enter into agreement with ATS Traffic for the supply of Ver-Mac arrow and message boards at an upset limit of $277,481.38 (including GST and PST) over a three-year period; and
  2. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.3.4Victoria Avenue Corridor Transportation Improvements [File No. CK. 6320-1 and TS. 6320-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the proposed plan for Victoria Avenue between 8th Street and 11th Street be approved;
  2. That the amount of $295,000 be approved for Capital Project #2270 – Paved Roads and Sidewalk Preservation from the Transportation Infrastructure Expansion Reserve; and
  3. That the amount of $30,000 be approved for Capital Project #2270 – Paved Roads and Sidewalk Preservation from the Active Transportation Reserve.
Visited8.3.52017 Overpass Testing and Inspection Program – Award of Engineering Services [File No. CK. 6050-1 and TU. 6050-104-01]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the engineering services proposal submitted by ISL Engineering Ltd. for completion of the 2017 Overpass Testing and Inspection Program, at a total estimated cost, on a lump sum basis, to an upset limit of $103,425 (including P.S.T. and G.S.T.) be approved; and
  2. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.3.62017 Annual Street Sweeping Work Plan [File No. CK. 6315-3 and PW. 6315-3]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the Administration be directed to implement the pilot program in the seven neighbourhoods outlined in the report of the General Manager, Transportation & Utilities Department dated April 4, 2017; and
  2. That following the pilot, the Administration report back on the overall effectiveness of the pilot including, but not limited to, citizen feedback and operational impacts.
Visited8.3.7Street Sweeping Services in Developing Subdivisions [File No. CK. 6315-3]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the report of the General Manager, Transportation & Utilities Department, dated April 4, 2017, be received as information.

Visited8.3.82018 Fall Sweep Program Design Options [File No. CK. 6315-3 and PW. 6315-3]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the Administration be directed to identify street sweeping areas using a risk-based design model, rather than the current neighbourhood design model for the 2018 Fall Sweep Program as outlined in the report of the General Manager, Transportation & Utilities Department dated April 4, 2017.

Visited8.3.9Dust Mitigation on Gravel Streets and Lanes [File No. CK. 6315-3 and PW. 6315-3]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the information be received; and
  2. That the Administration be directed to proceed with a pilot study to evaluate dust mitigation on gravel streets and back lanes.
Visited8.3.10Grosvenor Park Neighbourhood Traffic Review [File No. CK. 6320-1 and TS. 6320-1]Attachment Icon
Requests to speak:
  1. Hanan Elbardouh, Copland Crescent/Islamic Association of Saskatoon Neighbourhood Committee, dated April 18, 2017
  2. Curtis Kelln, dated April 23, 2017
Submitting comments:  Jim and Diane Wells, dated April 20, 2017
The Grosvenor Neighbourhood Traffic Review attachment is only being provided electronically due to its size.
Recommendation

That the Neighbourhood Traffic Review for the Grosvenor Park neighbourhood be adopted as the framework for future traffic improvements in the area, to be undertaken as funding is made available through the annual budget process.

Visited8.3.11Sutherland Neighbourhood Traffic Review [File No. CK. 6320-1 and TS. 6320-1]Attachment Icon

The Sutherland Neighbourhood Traffic Review attachment is only being provided electronically due to its size.

Recommendation

That the Neighbourhood Traffic Review for the Sutherland neighbourhood be adopted as the framework for future traffic improvements in the area, to be undertaken as funding is made available through the annual budget process.

Visited8.3.12Motions – Councillor A. Iwanchuk (April 4, 2017) Neighbourhood Traffic Reviews [File No. CK. 6320-1 and TS. 6320-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the Administration be requested to do a review of the neighbourhoods which have participated in a Neighbourhood Traffic Review to determine whether or not the programs put in place to prevent speeding are working, or other alternatives should be explored.

Visited8.4.1Request for Pets in the Park Event – Kiwanis Memorial Park [File No. CK. 185-9]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the request for Pets in the Park event in Kiwanis Memorial Park on Sunday, July 9, 2017, be approved subject to administrative conditions.

Visited8.4.22017 Materials Testing Services – Award of Engineering Services – Asphalt, Concrete, Soil and Micro-Surfacing [File No. CK. 4110-1 and TU. 1000-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That 2017 concrete testing in the East area be awarded to AMEC Foster Wheeler, at a total estimated cost of $31,000, plus GST;
  2. That 2017 concrete testing in the West area, soils testing in the East area, and asphalt testing in the West area be awarded to Tetra Tech EBA Inc. at a total estimated cost of $115,000, plus GST;
  3. That 2017 soil testing in the West area and asphalt testing for the Expressway area be awarded to Golder Associates Ltd., at a total estimated cost of $92,000, plus GST;
  4. That 2017 asphalt testing in the East area be awarded to Englobe Corp., at a total estimated cost of $55,000, plus GST;
  5. That 2017 micro-surfacing testing in the entire city be awarded to WSP Canada Inc. at a total estimated cost of $70,000, plus GST; and
  6. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.4.3Capital Project No. 2565 – WTP – Transfer Pumping and Electrical Upgrades – Award of Engineering Services [File No. CK. 7820-1 and TS. 8200-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the proposal submitted by Associated Engineering (Sask.) Ltd. for engineering services for the design and construction of the Water Treatment Plant Transfer Pumping & Electrical Upgrade, at a total upset fee of $2,868,320.95 (including GST and PST), be approved; and
  2. That the City Solicitor be requested to prepare the appropriate agreement and that His Worship the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement under the Corporate Seal.
Visited8.4.4Storm and Sanitary Sewer Flow Monitoring Along Major Corridors – Sole Source [File No. CK. 7820-1 and TS. 8200-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the Administration prepare a sole source to Avensys Solutions Inc. for the supply of ISCO flow monitoring equipment for the total cost of $124,551 (including GST); and
  2. That Purchasing Services issue the appropriate purchase order.
Visited8.5.1City Council Strategic Priorities for 2016 – 2020 Term [File No. CK. 116-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation
  1. That the 10 priority areas, as outlined in the report of the Mayor dated April 10, 2017, be set;
  2. That each priority area have a Council Member Lead and that the Council Members Leads be as identified in the report;
  3. That Council Member Leads be empowered to take a leadership role in citizen and stakeholder engagement in the 10 priority areas; and
  4. That the Administration be directed to prepare a draft policy which sets the parameters for Council Member Leads and which includes the following:
    • The role and limits of authority for the Council Member Lead;
    • The requirements to report back to City Council; and
    • The possibility of special working groups including make-up and mandate.
Visited8.5.2SaskTel Centre Board Member Recruitment and Retention Strategy [File No. CK. 175-31]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the information be received and forwarded to the Leadership Team Governance Subcommittee for inclusion in its Governance Review of Boards, Commissions and Committees.

Visited8.5.3Resignation – SaskTel Centre Board of Directors [File No. CK. 1700-3]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the appropriate advertising and recruitment be undertaken to fill the vacancy on the Board of Directors of SaskTel Centre.

Visited9.1.1Revised On-Street Mobile Food Truck Policy No. C09-039 [File No. CK. 300-11 and PL. 300-3]Attachment Icon

Request to speak:  Jason Evanochko, dated April 20, 2017

Submitting comments:  Barb Biddle, dated April 21, 2017

Recommendation
  1. That the proposed amendments to On-Street Mobile Food Truck Policy No. C09039, as outlined in the April 3, 2017 report of the General Manager, Community Services Department, be approved;
  2. That proposed amendments to the parking meter hooding fees for on-street mobile food trucks, as outlined in the April 3, 2017 report of the General Manager, Community Services Department, be approved;
  3. That mobile food trucks be allowed to operate adjacent to neighbourhood parks for the 2017 season; and
  4. That the Administration provide a report to the Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development and Community Services following the 2017 pilot with respect to allowing mobile food trucks to operate adjacent to neighbourhood parks, for review prior to the 2018 budget deliberations.
Visited9.5.1Options to Address 2017 Provincial Budget Impact [File No. CK. 1700-3]Attachment Icon

Submitting comments:  Joanne Sproule, Secretary, Board of Police Commissioners, dated April 21, 2017

Requests to speak:

  1. Randy Pshebylo, Riversdale BID, dated April 21, 2017;
  2. Brent Penner, Downtown YXE, dated April 21, 2017
Recommendation
  1. That the Snow and Ice Levy phase-in contribution be deferred for one year (2017 only);
  2. That fuel expenditures be reduced by $500,000 and energy management be reduced by $250,000;
  3. That Return on Investment from Water/Wastewater utilities be increased (advancement of phase-in of ROI);
  4. That parking ticket violations be increased from $20 to $30 effective July 1, 2017;
  5. That $35,550.24 for the TransCanada Yellowhead Highway Association membership (not renewed), be removed and not be reallocated;
  6. That the allowance included in the 2017 budget for staff salary inflationary increases be removed;
  7. That the Administration be requested to review and report on the School Site Service Agreements with a view to halting the agreements at their respective current stages until further direction is received;
  8. That the Administration report back at the appropriate time regarding opportunities to accelerate the continuous improvement work with a view to identifying ongoing operational savings;
  9. That Property Taxes be increased by an additional 0.93%; and
  10. That the property tax increase be identified separately on the property tax bill.
Visited9.6.12017 Property Tax Levy and BID Levies - Proposed Bylaw Nos. 9430, 9431, 9432 and 9434 [File No. CK. 1905-5, AF. 1704-1, AF. 1905-5, and AF. 1910-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That permission be granted to introduce Bylaw No. 9431, The Saskatoon Property Tax Bylaw, 2017, and give same its FIRST reading.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9431 now be read a SECOND time.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to have Bylaw No. 9431 read a third time at this meeting.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9431 now be read a THIRD time, that the bylaw be passed and the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign same and attach the corporate seal thereto.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to introduce Bylaw No. 9432, The Property Tax Phase-in Plan 2017, and give same its FIRST reading.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9432 now be read a SECOND time.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to have Bylaw No. 9432 read a third time at this meeting.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9432 now be read a THIRD time, that the bylaw be passed and the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign same and attach the corporate seal thereto.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to introduce Bylaw No. 9434, The School Divisions Property Tax Bylaw, 2017, and give same its FIRST reading.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9434 now be read a SECOND time.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to have Bylaw No. 9434 read a third time at this meeting.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9434 now be read a THIRD time, that the bylaw be passed and the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign same and attach the corporate seal thereto.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to introduce Bylaw No. 9430, The Business Improvement Districts Levy Bylaw, 2017, and give same its FIRST reading.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9430 now be read a SECOND time.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to have Bylaw No. 9430 read a third time at this meeting.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9430 now be read a THIRD time, that the bylaw be passed and the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign same and attach the corporate seal thereto.

Visited9.10.1Notice of Annual General Meetings – Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium and Convention Centre Corporation and Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium Foundation [File No. CK. 175-28]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That the City of Saskatoon, being a member of both the Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium and Convention Centre Corporation Board of Directors and the Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium Foundation Board of Directors, appoint Charlie Clark, or in his absence, Ann Iwanchuk or Bev Dubois of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, as its proxy to vote for it on its behalf at the Annual General Meetings of the members of the Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium and Convention Centre Corporation and the Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium Foundation, to be held on the 27th day of April, 2017, or at any adjournment or adjournments thereof.

Visited9.11.1Designation of Permanent Off-Leash Recreation Area and Amendment to The Animal Control Bylaw, 1999, Bylaw No. 7860 - Proposed Bylaw No. 9441[File No. CK. 151-1]Attachment Icon
Recommendation

That permission be granted to introduce Bylaw No. 9441, The Animal Control Amendment Bylaw, 2017, and give same its FIRST reading.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9441 now be read a SECOND time.

Recommendation

That permission be granted to have Bylaw No. 9441 read a third time at this meeting.

Recommendation

That Bylaw No. 9441 now be read a THIRD time, that the bylaw be passed and the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign same and attach the corporate seal thereto.

Visited11.1Financial Commitment - Home Ice Campaign [File No. CK. 500-1]Attachment Icon

Councillor D. Hill provided notice of the following motion at the Regular Business Meeting of City Council held on March 27, 2017.

"Whereas City Council, at its meeting held on February 27, 2017, resolved:

  1. That the Administration be directed to negotiate a contribution agreement with the University of Saskatchewan for an additional $3 Million for the construction of a twin ice facility, to ensure:
    1. long-term access for the community;a. long-term access for the community;
    2. access to the new gymnasium facility;
    3. longer-term acknowledgement of the City's contribution; and
    4. maximum benefit to the community; and  
  2. That the Administration report on options for funding the $3 Million, with a phased-in approach over six (6) years.
Now therefore:
 
Take notice that at the next Regular Business meeting of City Council I will move the following motion:
 
  1. That City Council rescind the above-noted motion; and
  2. That the matter of commitment of an additional $3 Million to the Home  Ice  campaign be brought back during budget deliberations.'"
 
The following letters are provided:
 
Submitting Comments
  • Doug Gilmour, dated March 28, 2017;
  • Patrick Boot, dated March 30, 2017; and
  • Peter Stoicheff, President and Vice Chancellor, University of Saskatchewan, dated April 10, 2017
Visited11.2Transfer of Unpaid Utilities to Property Tax [File No. CK. 1550-1]

Councillor Z. Jeffries provided notice of the following motion at the Regular Business Meeting of City Council held on March 27, 2017.

“That Administration modify policy regarding the transfer of tenant utility accounts to the tax accounts of landlords, such that our policy is more reflective of those in place with other utilities such as SaskEnergy."
Visited11.3Landscaping after Home Construction [File No. CK. 4131-1]

Councillor Z. Jeffries provided notice of the following motion at the Regular Business Meeting of City Council held on March 27, 2017.

“That Administration report back with options to ensure that landscaping is completed in front yards in Saskatoon, including areas outside of Saskatoon Land neighbourhoods."

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