Preliminary delegation list for the Monday October 19, 2020 Regular City Council Meeting, 10:00 a.m.
Participation will be through held electronically due to COVID-19 pandemic.
11.1. Integrity Commissioner Report to Council regarding activities from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019
a) Bruce Elman, Integrity Commissioner (available for questions)
8.8. 3203 Peter Street, Mason-Girardot Manor -Community Heritage Fund Request (Ward 2)
a) Damian Kacprzak, Architect and Agent for applicants (available for questions)
8.5. Interim Control By-law Exemption 2020-10 - Titanium Trucking Services Inc. - 0 Devon Drive - Ward 9
a) Jeff Libby, Manager, Windsor Operations, Titanium Trucking Services Inc. (available for questions)
8.1. A Provisional By-Law for the Repair and Improvement to the Marentette-Mangin Drain - Ward 1
a) George Popmarkov, property owner
8.2. Award of RFP Number 132-20 - Organics and Biosolids Waste Management and Processing Consultant - City Wide
a) Howard Weeks, resident of Ward 4
8.6. Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment - 7887 Edgar Street - Suburban Construction and Management Ltd. - Z012-20 [ZNG-6081] and OPA 133 [OPA-6082] - Ward 6
a) Harry Froussios, Senior Associate, Zelinka Priamo Ltd. (available for questions)
b) Christian LeFave, President, Brotto Family Holdings and Suburban Construction & Management Ltd.
11.2. Regulation of Short Term Rental Housing - City Wide
a) Tamara Murray
b) Raymond Quenneville, resident of Ward 6
c) Caroline Taylor, resident of Ward 2
The following person(s) contacted the Clerk’s Office to register as a delegation after the Friday 12:00 o’clock noon deadline. In accordance with Section 10.9 of the Procedure By-law, a simple majority vote of Council is required to hear the delegation(s):
(this section will only be completed if applicable)
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.
Council Services Department
Windsor City Hall
Suite 530 - 350 City Hall Square West
For general information, call 311.
For detailed inquiries, or to be listed as a delegation, call (519) 255-6432 or
Fax: (519) 255-6868, or
E-mail: email@example.com , or
register to be a delegation on-line by clicking e-services