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TAKE NOTICE that the City of Welland Budget Review Committee will be holding an open meeting to obtain input from members of the public regarding the 2019 Water and Wastewater Operating and 2019-2028 Capital Budgets.

The meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 28, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 60 East Main Street, Welland.

The following information will be available on Friday, January 18, 2019, at no cost, at the City of Welland, Finance Division, 60 East Main Street, Welland, Ontario, and also on the City’s website 2019 Budget:

  • Proposed 2019 Water/Wastewater Operating Budgets & Options
  • Proposed 2019-2028 Water/Wastewater Capital Budget & Forecast

Any person who attends has the opportunity to make a presentation with respect to the 2019 Water and Wastewater Operating and 2019-2028 Capital Budgets. In order for the Committee to hear from as many residents as possible, presentations are limited to 10 minutes per presenter. For recordkeeping purposes, if you have a written record of your presentation, please submit a copy to the Clerk at the meeting.

If you are unable to attend the public meeting, you can provide written comments to the City Clerk at 60 East Main Street, Welland, ON, L3B 3X4 or via e-mail at clerk@welland.ca.

The proposed date for the Council of the Corporation of the City of Welland to consider adoption of the 2019 Water/Wastewater Operating & Capital Budgets is February 19, 2019.

Tara Stephens,
City Clerk

Qualified Citizens of Welland are invited to apply for appointments to various Municipal Boards and Committees.

Applications and information is available at the Office of the City Clerk or by clicking on the committee name below.

Your application should describe what assets you bring to the Board and/or Committee that you are seeking appointment to.
*Unless otherwise indicated, you must be an eligible elector in the City of Welland in order to sit on such Board and/or Committee.

Unless otherwise indicated, Boards and/or Committees are appointed for the Term of Council (December 4, 2018 to November 14, 2022).

BOARD OR COMMITTEE
( On-line Application Form for all Committees with Volunteer members can be found here)
NO. OF CITIZEN
APPOINTMENTS
Accessibility Advisory Committee
(please indicate on your application which of the following target groups you are applying to represent):
  • The majority of members (minimum 5) must be people with disabilities. These committee members shall be representative of different types of visible and invisible disabilities defined in the ODA, 2001 and AODA, 2005, such as persons with physical (visual, speech, hearing, deaf, brain injury, use of a wheelchair); cognitive (intellectual impairments); perceptual (learning disability); and mental health disabilities.
  • A maximum of (3) stakeholders who may, or may not have a disability.
8
Active Transportation Advisory Committee
6
Arts and Culture Advisory Committee
6
Heritage Welland
5
Market Square Advisory Committee
(please indicate on your application which of the following target groups you are applying to represent):
  • 5 vendors from Welland Farmers’ Market
  • 5 members-at-large

*Please note: eligible electors from outside of Welland may be considered.

10
Senior Citizens Advisory Committee
(please indicate on your application which of the following target groups you are applying to represent):
  • Welland resident/ratepayer – 8 positions minimum
  • non-resident/non-ratepayer – 2 positions maximum (where interested non-resident/non-ratepayer applications are received for vacancies on the SCAC and those applicants are active in the Welland community as a whole and the Welland Community Wellness Complex, a maximum of two non-resident/non-ratepayer applicants will be considered in the absence of resident/ratepayer applications)

*Please note: eligible electors from outside of Welland may be considered.

10
Town & Gown Committee
(please indicate on your application which of the following target groups you are applying to represent):
  • resident-at-large – maximum 3, one of which must be a resident in the direct area of Niagara College (Welland Campus)
  • landlord representative from an approved student housing facility in the City of Welland – 1 position
4
Transit Advisory Committee
(please indicate on your application which of the following target groups you are applying to represent):
  • 1 resident with a physical disability
  • 1 person employed in the medical health field
  • 1 person from the senior sector
  • 1 Welland Transit Bus Operator
  • 1 person from the business community
  • 1 person from the educational field
  • 1 resident-at-large
7
Waterway Advisory Committee
  • 1 representative from an affiliate sporty club situated along the waterway
  • 1 representative from the community of recreational Waterway users, not connected to an affiliate sport club situated along the waterway
  • 1 representative from WIFC event partner community (ex officio)
  • 2 members-at-large
  • 1 representative from the emergency services community, with expertise and experience applicable to enhancing the safety and risk profile of the Waterway
  • 2 representative from the business community
  • 1 representative from the hospitality industry
9
Welland Arenas Advisory Committee
(please indicate on your application which of the following target groups you are applying to represent):
  • 1 representative from a summer sport arena user group
  • 2 representatives from a winter sport arena user group
  • 2 members-at-large
5
Welland Community Wellness Complex (WCWC) Advisory Committee

Please note: applicant must be an active WCWC pass holder in good standing

3
Welland Public Library Board
8

* Eligible elector means: You are a resident in the City of Welland or the owner or tenant of land, or the spouse of such owner or tenant; a Canadian citizen; and at least 18 years old.

All applications must be on the prescribed form and should include a brief resume.

Applications must be received in the Office of the City Clerk on or before 4:30 p.m., Thursday, January 31, 2019.

Tara Stephens, City Clerk

Planning Act, Chapter P.13, Section 53, R.S.O. 1990

1 FILE NO. B024/2018WELL

Owner: Scott Michael Killins
Location: 213-215 Lincoln Street
Purpose: Application is made for consent to convey 245 square metres of land containing a street townhouse dwelling unit and shed, shown as Part 1 on the sketch attached to the application, for continued residential use of the dwelling unit known municipally as 213 Lincoln Street. Part 2, being 525 square metres of land, is to be retained for continued residential use of the street townhouse dwelling unit known municipally as 215 Lincoln Street.

Key maps identifying the location of the subject lands for each Application are shown.

A Public Hearing will be held by the Committee to consider these Applications at 5:00 P.M., Thursday, January 17, 2019 at the Civic Square, Council Chambers, 60 East Main Street, Welland.

You are entitled to attend this Hearing in person to express your views on the Applications. If you wish to make written comments on the Applications, they may be forwarded to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee at the address shown below. If you do not attend this Hearing, it may proceed in your absence and except as otherwise provided in the Planning Act, you will not be entitled to any further notice in the proceedings.

The Applicant or their Agent must be present at the Hearing.

If a person or public body that files an appeal of a Decision of the City of Welland Committee of Adjustment in respect of the proposed Consents does not make written submissions to the City of Welland Committee of Adjustment before it gives or refuses to give a provisional Consent, the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal may dismiss the appeal.

If you wish to be notified of the Decision of the City of Welland Committee of Adjustment in respect of the proposed Consents, you must make a written request to the Secretary-Treasurer at the address shown below. This will also entitle you to be advised of a possible Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Hearing should the Decision be appealed by the Applicant or another member of the public.

For more information about this matter, contact the Secretary-Treasurer, City of Welland Committee of Adjustment, 60 East Main Street, Welland, Ontario, L3B 3X4. Telephone 905-735-1700, Extension 2258, FAX 905-735-8772, Email christine.rossetto@welland.ca

Additional information regarding the Applications will be available to the public for inspection in Infrastructure and Development Services - Planning Division weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Dated December 27, 2018

Christine Rossetto,
SECRETARY-TREASURER

map for B024/2018WELL

Planning Act, Chapter P.13, Section 45(1), R.S.O. 1990

1 FILE NO. A21/2018

Owner: Cosimal Investments Inc.
Location: 300 Major Street
Purpose: Variances requested from Zoning By-law 2017-117 as follows:
Section 12.4.5 (d)(i) - To permit a proposed medical marihuana production facility lot to be 0 metres from a Residential use or Zone instead of the required 70 metres.
Section 12.4.5 (d)(ii) - To permit a proposed medical marihuana production facility lot to be 0 metres from an Institutional use or Zone instead of the required 70 metres.
Section 12.4.5 (d)(iii) - To permit a proposed medical marihuana production facility lot to be 0 metres from a day nursery use or Zone that permits a day nursery instead of the required 70 metres and to permit a medical marihuana production facility on the same property as a day care centre use.
EXPLANATORY NOTE: Relief is requested in order to permit a medical marihuana production facility within the existing building.

2 FILE NO. A22/2018

Owner: 5001839 Ontario Ltd
Location: 25 Clark Street
Purpose: Variances requested from Zoning By-law 2017-117 as follows:
Table 12.3.1 (L1 Zone) - To permit a minimum front yard of 3.5 metres and a minimum rear yard of 1.5 metres, for Building "C" only as shown on the sketch attached to the application, instead of the required 6 metres and 3 metres respectively.
Table 12.3.1 (L1 Zone) - To permit a minimum planting strip abutting a street of 1 metre on the north side and 0.15 metres on the east side instead of the required 3 metres.
EXPLANATORY NOTE: Relief is requested in order to permit the construction of a mini storage facility containing 3 buildings.

3 FILE NO. A23/2018

Owner: Be in Christ Church of Canada
Location: 50 Lincoln Street
Purpose: Variances requested from Zoning By-law 2017-117 as follows:
Section 6.1.3 d) - To permit parking spaces and the aisle giving direct access to abutting parking spaces to be located 0 metres from the street line instead of the required 3 metres and to exempt the required 3 metre planting strip between the street line and said parking spaces or aisle.
Table 11.3.1 (INS1 Zone) - To permit a minimum front yard of 1 metre and a minimum east side yard of 5 metres for a proposed addition only, instead of the required 6 metres, such addition being approximately 108 square metres in size.
EXPLANATORY NOTE: Relief is requested in order to permit the construction of an addition onto the front of the existing church wherein the front yard and planting strip will be reduced by a Regional Road widening.

4 FILE NO. A25/2018

Owner: 11104152 Canada Ltd.
Location: 326 King Street
Purpose: Variances requested from Zoning By-law 2017-117 as follows:
Section 5.4 a) - To permit apartment units in the Downtown Mixed Used Centre Zone to be located on the first/ground floor in addition to the second storey of the building.
Section 6.3 - To permit a reduction in the number of required parking spaces from 3 to 0 for the building proposed to contain 6 dwelling units.
Table 8.2.1 - Footnote (1) - To permit dwelling units to occupy 100 percent of the ground floor of the building in the Downtown Mixed Use Centre Zone instead of the maximum 75 percent and to permit the street front portion of the building to be used exclusively for residential uses instead of non-residential uses.
EXPLANATORY NOTE: Relief is requested in order to permit the conversion of the existing 2 storey building into 6 residential dwelling units.

Key maps identifying the location of the subject lands for each Application are shown.

A Public Hearing will be held by the Committee to consider these Applications at 5:00 P.M., Thursday, January 17, 2019, at the Civic Square, Council Chambers, 60 East Main Street, Welland.

You are entitled to attend this Hearing in person to express your views on the Applications. If you wish to make written comments on any Application, they may be forwarded to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee at the address shown below. If you do not attend this Hearing it may proceed in your absence and except as otherwise provided in the Planning Act, you will not be entitled to any further notice in the proceedings.

The Applicant or their Agent must be present at the Hearing.

A copy of the Decision of the Committee will be sent to the Applicant and to each person who appeared in person or by Counsel at the Hearing and who has filed with the Secretary-Treasurer a written request for the Notice of Decision. Submitting a written request for the Decision will also entitle you to be advised of a possible Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Hearing should the Decision be appealed by the Applicant or another member of the public.

For more information about this matter, contact the Secretary-Treasurer, City of Welland Committee of Adjustment, 60 East Main Street, Welland, Ontario, L3B 3X4. Telephone 905-735-1700, Extension 2258, FAX 905-735-8772, Email christine.rossetto@welland.ca

Additional information regarding the Applications will be available to the public for inspection in Infrastructure and Development Services - Planning Division weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Dated January 3, 2019

Christine Rossetto,
SECRETARY-TREASURER

map for A21_2018

map for A22_2018

map for A23_2018

map for A25_2018