Date: January 14th 2013
Voting Agenda Item Details
Agenda Item DetailsDescriptions of each Agenda Item from the Voting Records
- CPC - Calgary Planning Commission
- LPT - Land use, Planning and Transportation
- PAC - Personnel and Accountability Committee
- CPS - Calgary Police Service
Date: October 15th 2012
Date: Feb 27, 2012
Title: C2012-12, MISSION ROAD MAIN STREET INNOVATION PROJECT - STATUS OF COSTS TO DATE AND ESTIMATES TO COMPLETION
This report provides a summary of costs incurred to date for the Mission Road Main Street Innovation Project as well as an estimate of the costs and timing to complete the work directed by Council at the 2012 January 09 Public Hearing of Council. Costs include consulting contracts, City staff time and related logistics costs such as facility rentals and advertising.
Date: Feb 6, 2012
Amendment to the Patterson Heights (Strathcona Cell “A”) Revised Concept Plan and Supporting Information To redesignate 1.99 ha ± (4.92 ac ±) located at 940 Patrick Street SW (Plan 6746HA, Lot 1) from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to Multi- Residential – Contextual Low Profile (MC1d72) District, Special Purpose – School, Park and Community Reserve (S-SPR) District and Special Purpose – Urban Nature (S-UN) District.
Date: Feb 6, 2012
This land use application seeks the redesignation of lands located at 3304 Centre Street NE, from DC Direct Control to Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile (M-C1) District in order to accommodate a multiresidential development. The existing DC allows for a single-detached dwelling with shoe repair business. Currently a portion (eastern portion) of the subject site is designated as M-C1. The intent of this application is to redesignate the western portion of the subject site, currently designated as a DC District, in order to provide for a consistent M-C1 land use.
Date: Jan 9, 2012
To redesignate 0.24 ha ± (0.59 ac ±) located at 5719 Elbow Drive SW (Plan 9500DV, Lot J, Lot K) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Grade-Oriented (M-CGd21) District. The subject land use redesignation would allow for a maximum of five grade-oriented units accessed by an internal road and provide a transition to the adjacent low density residential development in alignment with the provisions of modest intensification outlined in the Inner City typology within Calgary’s Municipal Development Plan (MDP). The MCGd21 land use district ensures height is measured contextually to adjacent buildings to ensure compatibility with the existing streetscape. Site access will be provided via a right-in-right-out from Elbow Drive SW.
Date: November 14, 2011
Administration, in consultation with internal and external stakeholders, has developed an approach to determining charges for redeveloping communities. The purpose of development charges is to fund additional infrastructure that becomes necessary as a result of intensification and population growth. This report provides background information and a detailed methodology for determining redevelopment charges.
Date: November 14, 2011
On 2011 May 13, Council directed Administration to recommend options for increasing funding to heritage preservation. Administration has reviewed current heritage programs as well as relevant policies, business plans, and budget documents to establish three priority areas for heritage preservation: Sustain Current Programs, Calgary Heritage Authority (CHA) Growth, and New Initiatives. Administration recommends Alternative 2, which addresses two of the three priority areas: Sustain Current Programs and CHA Growth. This option requires a $150,000 increase in funding to the heritage program beginning in 2013. This increase would fund additional heritage staff and a consulting budget for the implementation of the CHA Review Summary Findings.
Date: November 7, 2011
In response to Council’s direction, the Calgary Community Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction Plan has been developed. Following extensive stakeholder consultation, research and analysis, cost-effective reduction opportunities and roles for action by all stakeholders have been identified for the 2012-2014 period, including the role of The City as Plan Manager to ensure ongoing sustainment, measurement of progress and removal of barriers to facilitate actions by others.