Preliminary delegations for the Monday, December 4, 2017 Windsor City Council meeting
Final order may not be in this order.
DELEGATIONS: (5 minute maximum)
Item 8.7 Rezoning, 2178817 Ontario Inc., 3255 Jefferson Blvd. (Ward 8)
-Joe Iwaniw, representing 2178817 Ontario Inc. (available for questions)
Item 8.9 Rezoning, Chapter Two Brewery, 862-866 Walker Road (Ward 5)
-Tom Gelinas and Terry Dube, partners of Chapter Two Brewery (available for questions)
Item 8.2 "Erie Street Clock" - Erie Street BIA Legal Agreement Report (Ward 4)
-Teresa Silvestri, President, Erie Street BIA (available for questions)
Item 8.6 Rezoning, Heritage Tire Sales Inc., 1791-1793 Benjamin Avenue (Ward 4)
-Robert Millson, Solicitor Representing Heritage Tire Sales Inc.
Item 8.11 International Playing Card Co., 1123 Mercer Street, Heritage Alteration Permit for Adaptive
Reuse as School (Ward 3)
-Erin Kelly, Director, Greater Essex County District School Board; and Marcus Letourneau, Letourneau
Heritage Consulting Inc.
Excerpt from the City of Windsor Procedure By-law 98-2011 - A By-law to provide rules governing the proceedings of Windsor City Council meetings and its committees and the conduct of its members (Part 10-Delegations) :
The Clerk shall not register a delegation unless there is a specific item listed on the Order of Business to which the delegate has a bona fide interest and wishes to address Council / Committee. Any person who wishes to appear before Council shall make application to the Clerk by the Friday preceding the Council meeting, 12:00 noon, to be placed on the Order of Business to appear before Council at the meeting at which it will be dealing with the item of interest to the delegate. A written brief is encouraged and, if submitted to the Clerk by noon on the Friday preceding the Council meeting, shall be copied and distributed as "Delegation" submissions to Council members. A maximum of 5 minutes shall be allotted for each delegation to present his/her position of support or opposition to the relevant item on the Order of Business. Where there are numerous delegates taking the same position on a matter, they are encouraged to select a spokesperson to present their views.
Click here to view the entire City of Windsor By-law 98-2011 "A By-law to provide rules governing the proceedings of Windsor City Council meetings and its committees and the Conduct of its members": Procedure By-law 98-2011
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