1. The application by LEMAY/MICHAUD Architecture Design to increase the height of the previously approved condominium at Parcel YY and decrease the height of the previously approved hotel at Parcel YY. This application is subject to the same approval conditions as the original Hotel and Condominium application (submission of landscape plans for the hotel and condominium).
2. The application by Graham Commuter Partners, on behalf of the City of Saskatoon, to construct the new McOrmond Drive and related stormwater infrastructure through the Meewasin Northeast Swale subject to the following conditions:
a. Work with Meewasin to accommodate trail connections;
b. Submission of a landscape restoration plan and specifications including establishment and long term management and interim landscape/erosion plan;
c. Third party ecological monitor on site once per day when work is taking place – weekly reports submitted to Meewasin;
d. Submission of construction and operation/maintenance impact mitigation plan (including access plans for both);
e. Submission of final drainage design;
f. Submission of wildlife movement design;
g. Monitoring of water quality and quantity entering the NE Swale at all outlet points:
i. Application is responsible for monitoring of reclamation success until the right-of-way and disturbed lands are revegetated. Erosion control devices (e.g. silt fences) will need to remain in place until the disturbed areas are stable;
ii. Applicant will work with Meewasin and the City of Saskatoon during the period by providing data and analysis to support development of a monitoring protocol to ensure that water quality remains within acceptable range of baseline – parameters for monitoring protocol to be finalized in cooperation with the City of Saskatoon;
iii. The City of Saskatoon and Meewasin shall, in good faith, collaboratively develop a plan for long term monitoring of water quality and quantity entering the NE Swale at all outlet points, review parameters for recommended water quality to protect flora and fauna in the NE Swale from harm, and prepare a recommended plan on this to City Council and the Meewasin board for approval. The intent is to ensure the stormwater infrastructure discharging into the NE Swale is operating within acceptable parameters without serious adverse effects to the NE Swale. This specific requirement/condition applies to the City of Saskatoon (as the project owner) and Meewasin, and not to Graham Commuter Partners.
3. The appointment of MNP LLP as the auditors for Meewasin for the year ending March 31, 2018.
4. The appointment of Brenda Green to the Meewasin Education Advisory Committee as the Saskatoon Public School Division’s representative.