Community and Operations Services Committee Meeting Agenda

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Council Chamber

Members of the Committee:

Councillor Gray, Chair

Councillor Lee, Vice-Chair

Councillor Chapman

Councillor Neal

Councillor Nicholson

Mayor Carter, Ex Officio

 

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The City of Oshawa is situated on lands within the traditional and treaty territory of the Michi Saagiig and Chippewa Anishinaabeg and the signatories of the Williams Treaties, which include the Mississaugas of Scugog Island, Curve Lake, Hiawatha and Alderville First Nations, and the Chippewas of Georgina Island, Rama and Beausoleil First Nations. We are grateful for the Anishinaabeg who have cared for the land and waters within this territory since time immemorial.


We recognize that Oshawa is steeped in rich Indigenous history and is now present day home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We express gratitude for this diverse group of Indigenous Peoples who continue to care for the land and shape and strengthen our community.


As a municipality, we are committed to understanding the truth of our shared history, acknowledging our role in addressing the negative impacts that colonization continues to have on Indigenous Peoples, developing reciprocal relationships, and taking meaningful action toward reconciliation.


We are all Treaty people.

(As may be presented at the meeting)

(As may be presented by Council Members)

  • Recommendation

    That the Community and Operations Services Committee recommend to City Council:

    That AJ Groen be appointed to make a delegation to Durham Environmental Advisory Committee on behalf of the Oshawa Environmental Advisory Committee with respect to the Road Salt Working Group.

  • Recommendation

    That the Community and Operations Services Committee recommend to City Council:

    That pursuant to Report CO-24-08 dated February 7, 2024 concerning the Campus Ice Agreement:

    1. That Council advise Ontario Tech University that the Funding Agreement for the Shared Athletic Facility at Campus Ice Centre will not be renewed; and,
    2. That staff be authorized to notify the City’s minor affiliated clients as per Section 5.5 of this Report that the Funding Agreement for the Shared Athletic Facility at Campus Ice Centre expires on August 31, 2024, and will not be renewed; and,
    3. That staff be authorized to begin the allocation of seasonal ice for the 2024/25 season at City-owned ice pads, including Tribute Communities Centre as per the Ice Allocation Policy; and,
    4. That in accordance with the City’s Ice Allocation Policy, affiliated clients will be required to assume their hours of entitlement at City-owned facilities; and,
    5. That staff continue to work with Ontario Tech University to identify collaboration opportunities that will better serve the Oshawa community.
  • Recommendation

    That the Community and Operations Services Committee recommend to City Council:

    That Report CO-24-09 dated February 7, 2024 concerning a review of the use of speed cushions on rural roads in the Municipality of Clarington and the Town of Whitby, be received for information.

Report CO-23-11 concerning Memorials, Recognizing Unmarked Graves. (Tabled April 24, 2023)

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