Minutes

Confirmed on
April 27, 2015



Affordable Housing Committee


Meeting No. 1   Contact Jennifer Forkes, Committee Administrator
Meeting Date Monday, March 9, 2015
  Phone 416-392-4666
Start Time 9:30 AM
  E-mail ah@toronto.ca
Location Committee Room 2, City Hall
  Chair   Councillor Ana Bail„o  

AH1.1

ACTION 

Amended 

 

Ward: All 

Election of Chair - Affordable Housing Committee

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee:

 

1.         Elected Councillor Ana Bailão as Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee for a term of office ending December 31, 2016, and until a successor is appointed.

Decision Advice and Other Information

There was one nomination. The Chair declared Councillor Ana Bailão the Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee.

Summary

Election of the Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee under Municipal Code Chapter 27, Council Procedures, Appendix AII, for a term of office ending December 31, 2016, and until a successor is appointed.

Motions
Nomination of a Member by Councillor Justin J. Di Ciano

That Councillor Ana Bailão be nominated as Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee.


AH1.2

ACTION 

Amended 

 

Ward: All 

Election of Vice Chair - Affordable Housing Committee

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee:

 

1.  Elected Councillor Justin Di Ciano as Vice Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee for a term of office ending December 31, 2016, and until a successor is appointed.

Decision Advice and Other Information

There was one nomination. The Chair declared Councillor Justin Di Ciano the Vice Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee.

Summary

Election of the Vice Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee under Municipal Code Chapter 27, Council Procedures, Appendix AII, for a term of office ending December 31, 2016, and until a successor is appointed.

Motions
Nomination of a Member by Councillor Mike Layton

That Councillor Justin J. Di Ciano be nominated as Vice Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee.


AH1.3

Presentation 

Received 

 

Ward: All 

Presentation of Visionary Award from Habitat for Humanity GTA

Committee Decision

The Afforable Housing Committee received the presentation for information.

Decision Advice and Other Information

The Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity GTA gave a presentation and presented awards to the City of Toronto, Councillor Ana Bailão and Sean Gadon, Director, Affordable Housing Office for their dedication and contributions to affordable housing.

Summary

The Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity GTA to present the Visionary Award to the City of Toronto for the City's contribution to affordable housing.

Motions
Motion to Receive Item moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)

That the Affordable Housing Committee receive the presentation for information.


AH1.4

Presentation 

Received 

 

Ward: All 

Presentation - Affordable Housing Office Activity Update

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee received the presentation for information.

Decision Advice and Other Information

The Director, Affordable Housing Office gave a presentation on Affordable Housing Office Update.

Summary

The Affordable Housing Committee to hear a presentation from the Director, Affordable Housing Office.

Background Information
(March 9, 2015) Presentation from the Director, Affordable Housing Office, on Affordable Housing Office Update
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77842.pdf)

Motions
Motion to Receive Item moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)

That the Affordable Housing Committee receive the presentation for information.


AH1.5

Presentation 

Amended 

 

Ward: All 

Request for Presentation from Verdiroc Development Corporation

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee:

 

1.         Endorsed in principle the concept of a federal development bond as an additional tool for financing the construction of affordable rental housing and requested the Mayor and the Chair, Affordable Housing Committee to explore the use of development bonds as part of the City's ongoing affordable housing initiatives.

Decision Advice and Other Information

The Principal and the Executive Director, Project Management, Planning and Development, Verdiroc Development Corporation gave a presentation on Federal Development Bonds - A Tool for Financing the Construction of Affordable Rental Housing in a Fiscally Responsible Manner.

Origin
(February 25, 2015) Letter from Councillor Ana Bail„o
Summary

Dear Members of the Affordable Housing Committee,

 

Verdiroc Development Corporation has developed a tool for financing the construction of affordable rental housing using development bonds, and they would like to present their findings to committee on March 9th.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require additional details or information.

Background Information
(February 25, 2015) Letter from Councillor Ana Bail„o on Request for Presentation from Verdiroc Development Corporation
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77581.pdf)

(March 2, 2015) Presentation from Verdiroc Corporation on Federal Development Bonds - A Tool for Financing the Construction of Affordable Rental Housing in a Fiscally Responsible Manner
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77780.pdf)

Motions
1 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Ana Bail„o (Carried)

That the Affordable Housing Committee hear the presentation from Verdiroc Development Corporation at today's meeting.


2 - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Ana Bail„o (Carried)

That the Affordable Housing Committee endorse in principle the concept of a federal development bond as an additional tool for financing the construction of affordable rental housing and request the Mayor and the Chair of the Affordable Housing Committee to explore the use of development bonds as part of the City's ongoing affordable housing initiatives.


3 - Motion to Adopt Item as Amended moved by Councillor Ana Bail„o (Carried)

AH1.6

ACTION 

Amended 

 

Ward: All 

Housing Opportunities Toronto 2010-2020 - Five Year Review

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee recommends that:

 

1.         City Council again affirm its position that the Federal government re-invest the savings arising from the expiration of current agreements back into social housing.

 

2.         Executive Committee authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office and the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration to form an interdivisional steering committee including, but not limited to: City Planning, Toronto Public Health, Long Term Care Homes and Services, Municipal Licensing and Standards, Corporate Finance, and Social Development, Finance and Administration, to oversee and advise on the review and update of the City's Housing Opportunities Toronto: Affordable Housing Action Plan 2010 – 2020.

 

3.         Executive Committee authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office and the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration to execute the work plan outlined in the Comments section of the report (February 19, 2015) from the Director, Affordable Housing Office and the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration, including strategic public consultations, and to make recommendations to the Affordable Housing Committee, Executive and City Council in early 2016 to update the Housing Action Plan.

Origin
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office and the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration
Summary

This report seeks the approval of the Executive Committee and the Affordable Housing Committee to proceed with a strategic updating of Housing Opportunities Toronto – An Affordable Housing Action Plan 2010-2020 (HOT). This includes approval of the work plan outlined in this report, which provides for the release of a five-year report card on progress to date, a targeted public consultation process, and a report to Council in early 2016 on proposed changes to update the 10-year action plan.

 

City Council approved HOT and its 67 proposed actions in 2009. In its first five years the housing action plan has served the City well.  It has provided a City-wide blueprint for actions and guided the work of the many Divisions and agencies that have a role in delivering housing and homeless programs and policies. While federal/provincial investments in housing and homeless services have been made during the first five years of the Action Plan, they have fallen short of meeting needs.  In this regard, the Action Plan will require the federal and provincial governments to step up, rather than step back from, providing sufficient sustainable funding for the City’s efforts to be successful.

 

The five-year review will incorporate work underway or planned in other divisions that have an impact on the City’s housing and homelessness policies and programming.

 

The review and update of Housing Opportunities Toronto will also satisfy the provincial requirement under the Housing Services Act to conduct a five-year update and begin reporting annually on progress. The Province has also requested that the City look to identify actions to address housing issues affecting victims of domestic violence, as well work with the Province to develop additional performance measures.

 

An interdivisional steering committee, co-chaired by the Director, Affordable Housing Office and the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration, will direct the three phases of the review.

Background Information
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office and the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration on Housing Opportunities Toronto 2010-2020 Five Year Review
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77576.pdf)

Attachment 1 - Housing Opportunities Toronto - An Affordable Housing Action Plan 2010-2020
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77578.pdf)

Motions
1 - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)

That City Council again affirm its position that the Federal government re-invest the savings arising from the expiration of current agreements back into social housing.


2 - Motion to Adopt Item as Amended moved by Councillor Ana Bail„o (Carried)

AH1.7

ACTION 

Adopted 

 

Ward: All 

Providing a Property Tax Exemption for New Transitional Housing for Young Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking
Confidential Attachment - The security of the property of the municipality or local board

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee recommends that:

 

1.         City Council exempt from taxation for municipal and school purposes, Toronto Community Housing Corporation, for the non-profit development at the location contained in Confidential Attachment 1 to the report (February 19, 2015) from the Director, Affordable Housing Office, for 15 years.

 

2.         City Council authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office, on behalf of the City, to enter into a municipal capital facility agreement with Toronto Community Housing Corporation, on terms and conditions acceptable to the City Solicitor, to secure the ongoing affordability of the units being exempted from taxation.

 

3.         City Council authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office, on behalf of the City to negotiate and enter into any amendments to or discharges or postponements of the municipal capital facility agreement, the City's security and any other documents or agreements required to enact this tax exemption on terms and conditions satisfactory to the Director, Affordable Housing Office, and in a form approved by the City Solicitor.

 

4.         City Council cancel or refund any taxes paid from the by-law exempting the property from taxation.

 

5.         City Council direct that Confidential Attachment 1 to the report (February 19, 2015) from the Director, Affordable Housing Office be made public at the discretion of the City Solicitor as it pertains to the security of the property of the municipality or local board.

 

6.         City Council authorize and direct the appropriate City officials to take the necessary action to give effect thereto.

Origin
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office
Summary

This report recommends that City Council approve a 15-year property tax exemption for a Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) property to be renovated into transitional housing for young women who are victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking, (the "Transitional Home").

 

Recognizing the need to protect the safety and security of residents, the property's location is contained in the Confidential Attachment.

           

At its June 10, 11, 12 and 13, 2014 meeting, Council approved financial assistance of up to $0.850 million to Toronto Community Housing Corporation for capital repairs to the property. Renovations are expected to start in early 2015 with occupancy of the eight units in late 2015 or early 2016.

 

A property tax exemption is consistent with City policy. Toronto Community Housing Corporation will be leasing the property to a charitable service agency at a nominal cost. The agency will manage the property and provide support services to assist young women in recovering from their trauma and to move on to more independent housing. These are particularly vulnerable individuals whose housing and social service needs are not being met in Toronto.

Background Information
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office on Providing a Property Tax Exemption for New Transitional Housing for Young Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77582.pdf)

Confidential Attachment
Speakers

(March 9, 2015) Bruce Rivers, Executive Director, Covenant House Toronto

Motions
1 - Motion to Adopt Item moved by Councillor Pam McConnell (Carried)

AH1.8

ACTION 

Adopted 

 

Ward: 28 

Providing Property Tax Exemptions for New Affordable Rental Homes in the West Don Lands

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee recommends that:

 

1.         City Council exempt from taxation for municipal and school purposes, Wigwamen Incorporated for its non-profit development currently municipally known as 745 Front Street East for 25 years.

 

2.         City Council exempt from taxation for municipal and school purposes, Fred Victor Centre for its non-profit development currently municipally known as 20 Palace Street for 25 years.

 

3.         City Council authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office, to enter into the municipal capital facility agreements with Wigwamen Incorporated and Fred Victor Centre to secure the tax exemption, on terms and conditions acceptable to the City Solicitor with Wigwamen Incorporated and Fred Victor.

 

4.         City Council authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office, on behalf of the City, to negotiate and enter into any amendments to or discharges or postponements of the municipal capital facility agreements, the City's securities therefore as well as any other documents or agreements required to enact this tax exemption on terms and conditions satisfactory to the Director, Affordable Housing Office, and in a form approved by the City Solicitor.

 

5.         City Council cancel or refund any taxes paid from the by-law exempting the property from taxation.

 

6.         City Council authorize and direct the appropriate City officials to take the necessary action to give effect thereto.

Decision Advice and Other Information

The Chair, Affordable Housing Committee congratulated Wigwamen Incorporated, Fred Victor Centre, and all the parties who came together to create a 253-unit affordable rental housing legacy from the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. 

Origin
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office
Summary

The City of Toronto has partnered with the province to host the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Games. The City and its residents will benefit from a number of legacy initiatives, including affordable housing in the West Don Lands.

 

Construction is almost complete for two buildings which will house athletes during the games, this summer. After the games, the buildings will then be retrofitted to provide a total of 253 affordable housing units with occupancy scheduled for the spring of 2016.

 

Two non-profit organizations, Wigwamen Incorporated and Fred Victor Centre, were selected by Infrastructure Ontario in 2012 and received capital funding under a provincial Affordable Housing Program. They also received relief from City development fees and charges.

 

Consistent with City policy, this report recommends that City Council exempt Wigwamen Incorporated and Fred Victor Centre from property taxes for 25 years for the affordable rental housing developments at 745 Front Street East and 20 Palace Street in the West Don Lands. An exemption from property taxes will allow Wigwamen and Fred Victor to offer more affordable rents. Both buildings will have a range of one- to four-bedroom units and will be home to a mix of residents, including people of aboriginal heritage, persons with disabilities, persons with mental health issues, veterans, newcomers and Sports Canada carded athletes.

Background Information
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office on Providing Property Tax Exemptions for New Affordable Rental Homes in the West Don Lands
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77603.pdf)

Speakers

(March 9, 2015) Mark Aston, Fred Victor Centre
(March 9, 2015) Angus D. Palmer, Wigwamen Incorporated

Motions
Motion to Adopt Item moved by Councillor Pam McConnell (Carried)

AH1.9

ACTION 

Adopted 

 

Ward: 19 

Securing Affordable Housing at 10, 11, 25 and 30 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee recommends that:

 

1.         City Council authorize the City to enter into an agreement with Habitat for Humanity, Greater Toronto Area, Build Toronto, the developer and any other party deemed necessary, to secure the purchase and financing of the Habitat Units at below market value.

 

2.         City Council authorize the City to be a party to the agreements of purchase and sale contemplated to be entered into for the Habitat Units as a contingent transferee, in order to ensure the benefit of the Habitat Units is secured for the intended purposes, in the event that Habitat for Humanity, Greater Toronto Area or its assignee is not able to complete the transactions.

 

3.         City Council authorize the City to assign its interests in the Habitat Units to another not for profit housing provider, chosen by the Director, Affordable Housing Office to give effect to the intended purpose of the Habitat Units as affordable housing, or to an arm's length purchaser at fair market value if no agreement can be made with a suitable not for profit, on terms and conditions determined by him and in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor prior to the closing date with the developer, with the intention that there are no financial consequences to the City having been a party to the agreements of purchase and sale for the Habitat Units.

 

4.         City Council authorize the proceeds of the assignment of an agreement of purchase and sale for a Habitat Unit at fair market value to be paid to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058) after payment of all expenses incurred in making the assignment of any of the Habitat Units.

 

5.         City Council approve up to $625,000.00 in financial assistance from the Development Charges Reserve Fund (2009) for Subsidized Housing (XR2116) for Habitat for Humanity, Greater Toronto Area, in the form of a grant by way of forgivable loan for the Habitat Units under the terms of the City's Home Ownership Assistance Program.

 

6.         City Council authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office to provide up to $1,250,000.00 from the federal/provincial Investment in Affordable Housing Program Extension – Homeownership Component, in the form of grants by way of forgivable loans, for down payment assistance loans to lower-income purchasers, on the properties known as 10, 11, 25, and 30 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue.

 

7.         City Council authorize the Director, Affordable Housing Office to negotiate and execute, on behalf of the City, the agreement referred to Recommendation 1 above and the agreements with Habitat for Humanity, Greater Toronto Area to secure the funding referred to in Recommendations 5 and 6 above, as well as any documents, agreements, or security required to give effect to the foregoing on terms and conditions determined by the Director, Affordable Housing Office and in a form approved by the City Solicitor.

 

8.         City Council authorize and direct the City Solicitor to execute the agreements of purchase and sale for the Habitat Units, together with any documents or agreement relating to an assignment or a re-sale transaction that may occur as a result of entering into that agreement, and to amend and to waive any terms and conditions on behalf of the City, on such terms as she considers reasonable.

 

9.         City Council grant authority to the City Solicitor to execute any documents required to register security for the funding referred to in Recommendations 5 and 6 above and to postpone, confirm the status of, and discharge security, as required by normal business practices.

 

10.       City Council increase the 2015 Approved Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration (SSHA) by $1,250,000.00 gross, $0 net, fully funded from Investment in Affordable Housing Program (IAH), to provide funding for the affordable housing initiatives recommended in the report (February 19, 2015) from the Director, Affordable Housing Office.

Origin
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office
Summary

This report recommends an innovative affordable ownership housing initiative between Habitat for Humanity, Greater Toronto Area ("Habitat"), the City of Toronto, and Build Toronto.  Twenty-five new affordable ownership homes by Habitat will be secured and funded to provide housing for lower-income Toronto families. The homes will be incorporated into the multi-building condominium development at 10, 11, 25, and 30 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue (the "Ordnance Triangle").

 

10, 11, and 25 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue were surplus City of Toronto properties that were transferred to Build Toronto in 2011. This report seeks authority for the City to enter into an affordable housing agreement with Habitat, Build Toronto, and the developer whereby 25 units will be sold at below market value.  Both Build Toronto and the City will provide funding and when combined with Habitat's contributions, the partnership will make the homes affordable to eligible lower-income Toronto families.

 

City funding for the Habitat homes is recommended to come from the federal/provincial Investment in Affordable Housing Program (IAH) and the City of Toronto's Home Ownership Assistance Program (HOAP).  Under the IAH guidelines, Habitat is eligible for $50,000 per home in loan funding and the HOAP provides $25,000 per home.  If the Habitat family sells the home within 20 years, the loans are repaid to the City with a share of appreciation and the funds go on to help subsequent eligible purchasers.

 

Under the City's affordable housing action plan Housing Opportunities Toronto, 2010-2020 (HOT), Build Toronto sites are prioritized for affordable housing funding and incentives.  Affordable home ownership housing is a priority of HOT, which sets a target of 200 new affordable ownership homes annually.  This initiative is consistent with the City's previous work with Habitat on small scale affordable housing for families.

Background Information
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office on Securing Affordable Housing at 10, 11, 25 and 30 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-76799.pdf)

Speakers

(March 9, 2015) Ene Underwood, Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity, GTA

Motions
Motion to Adopt Item moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)

AH1.10

ACTION 

Adopted 

 

Ward: 20 

Increasing Affordable Rental Housing in Alexandra Park Through Section 37 Funds

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee recommends that:

 

1.         City Council authorize the transfer of $782,963 of Section 37 community benefits obtained in the development of 15,17,17R,19,21,27 Beverley Street (Source Account XR3026-3700510) to the Capital Revolving Fund Reserve Fund (XR1058), as per site specific by-law amendments for the lands known as 15,17,17R,19,21,27 Beverley Street.

 

2.         City Council increase the 2015 Approved Operating Budget for Shelter Support and Housing Administration by $782,963 gross, $0 net, fully funded from the Capital Revolving Fund Reserve Fund (XR1058) for transfer to Toronto Community Housing for the purpose of increasing the amount of affordable rental housing within the Alexandra Park and Atkinson Co-operative Revitalization.

 

3.         City Council direct that these funds be forwarded to Toronto Community Housing (TCH) for the purposes of developing up to six new affordable rental homes in Alexandra Park once Toronto Community Housing has entered into a Contribution Agreement with the City governing the purpose of the funds, the financial reporting requirements, and other conditions satisfactory to the City Solicitor in consultation with the Director, Affordable Housing Office.

Origin
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office
Summary

City Council at its meeting of August 25-28, 2014 requested the Director of the Affordable Housing Office, in consultation with the Chief Planner and Executive Director, City Planning, to report to the first Affordable Housing Committee in 2015 on directing secured Section 37 funding for the provision of new affordable rental housing within the Alexandra Park and Atkinson Co-op Revitalization in Ward 20.

This report provides details on the Section 37 funds available to increase the amount of affordable rental housing within the Alexandra Park and Atkinson Co-operative Revitalization and recommends that $782,963 in Section 37 funding secured from 15-27 Beverley Street in Ward 20 be allocated to Toronto Community Housing for the creation of new affordable rental housing in Alexandra Park.

Background Information
(February 19, 2015) Report from the Director, Affordable Housing Office on Increasing Affordable Rental Housing in Alexandra Park Through Section 37 Funds
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-76798.pdf)

Motions
Motion to Adopt Item moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)

AH1.11

ACTION 

Adopted 

 

Ward: All 

Requesting a Progress Report on Memorandum of Understanding with Build Toronto Regarding Affordable Housing

Committee Decision

The Affordable Housing Committee:

 

1.         Requested that the City Manager report to the next meeting of the Affordable Housing Committee on the number of units of affordable housing for which Build Toronto has (a) completed construction; (b) under construction; and (c) agreements in place to construct. And that this report include Build Toronto's action plan to achieve the targets for building affordable housing as outlined in the 2010 Memorandum of Understanding.

Origin
(March 2, 2015) Letter from Councillor Mike Layton
Summary

With the Federal and Provincial Governments scaling back their financial commitments to build new affordable housing, the growing lack of affordable housing in the city's core, and an increasing polarization in inequality geographically, the City needs to look at how we can better utilize our assets to address the growing need for affordable housing.

 

We need to do our part to build and maintain mixed income neighbourhoods to foster a more sustainable city by looking at every opportunity to build affordable housing.

 

In 2010, City Council directed its development agency, Build Toronto, to use the City's Real Estate assets for the purpose of building affordable housing. In May 2010, the City of Toronto entered into a Memorandum of Understanding on the Development of Affordable Housing by Build Toronto (attached to this letter). Build Toronto agreed to build 1,000 units of affordable rental housing and 250 units of affordable ownership housing by 2015. To date, only a few of these units have been built.

Background Information
(March 2, 2015) Letter from Councillor Mike Layton on Requesting a Progress Report on Memorandum of Understanding with Build Toronto Regarding Affordable Housing
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77687.pdf)

Appendix 1 - Memorandum of Understanding (May 20, 2010) - Development of Affordable Housing by Build Toronto
(https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ah/bgrd/backgroundfile-77688.pdf)

Motions
1 - Motion to Add New Business at Committee moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)

2 - Motion to Adopt Item moved by Councillor Ana Bail„o (Carried)

Monday, March 9, 2015
Ana Bail„o, Chair, Affordable Housing Committee
Meeting Sessions
Session Date Session Type Start Time End Time Public or Closed Session
2015-03-09 Morning 9:43 AM 11:33 AM Public
Attendance
Members were present for some or all of the time period indicated.
Date and Time Quorum Members
2015-03-09
09:43 AM - 11:33 AM
(Public Session)
Present Present: Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Raymond Cho, Justin J. Di Ciano, Mike Layton, Pam McConnell