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MOTION ARISING, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Bylaws 23P2012, 51D2012

, 52D2012, 53D2012 and 54D2012, the following be adopted: That Council direct Administration to ensure that the development of Shawnee Park complies with the findings (including the sensitivity analysis) of the adopted Traffic Impact Assessment. Should variances from the Traffic Impact Assessment be determined during the development permit process, the applicant shall further refine and revise the Traffic Impact Assessment or undertake a new Traffic Impact Assessment as required.

MOTION ARISING, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Bylaws 23P2012, 51D2012, 52D2012, 53D2012 and 54D2012, Council adopt the following: That Administration conduct, at a minimum, a semi-annual meeting with the Ward Alderman, community representatives and the Shawnee Park developers to review issues and actions raised through the Collaborative Enterprise process and during the development permit process.

MOTION ARISING, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Bylaws 23P2012, 51D2012, 52D2012, 53D2012 and 54D2012, Council adopt the following: That Administration report back directly to Council no later than 2013 July on the following outstanding issues: a. LRT transit service Route 201 including the addition of the four LRV for all peak hour trains on Route 201, including the timing and funding. b. The current transit utilization benchmark and transit utilization projections for future development in the area; and c. Potential implementation of traffic volume thresholds and timing as they pertain to required improvements.

MOTION ARISING, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Bylaws 23P2012, 51D2012, 52D2012, 53D2012 and 54D2012, Council adopt the following: That Administration, in conjunction with the Shawnee Park development, consider and investigate the implementation of the following traffic mitigation measures: a. Restrict northbound left turns at the intersection of Bannister Road and 145th Avenue along with traffic signals at Bannister Road and 149th Avenue. c. Identify potential cost effective traffic improvements, funding sources (including but not limited to Optimization funding), and consider other mitigation strategies along Macleod Trail including but not limited to:

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The optimization and reconfiguring of the Lake Fraser Gate intersection to consider allowing 4 northbound through lanes.

II. The provision of a 4th continuous northbound through lane on Macleod Trail under Canyon Meadows Drive. III. The reconfiguring of the northbound ramp from Macleod Trail to Canyon Meadows Drive.

MOTION ARISING, AS AMENDED, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Bylaws 23P2012, 51D2012, 52D2012, 53D2012 and 54D2012, Council adopt the following, as amended:

That Administration, in conjunction with the Shawnee Park development, consider and
investigate the implementation of the following traffic mitigation measures: b. Consult with the community on identifying pedestrian crossing solutions for Shawnee Drive SW.

MOTION ARISING, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Bylaws 23P2012, 51D2012, 52D2012, 53D2012 and 54D2012, Council adopt the following: That Administration, in consultation with the community, explore options for a multi-purpose recreational fieldhouse and social/cultural centre at the Fish Creek – Lacombe Transit Oriented Development Station Area and report back through the SPC on Community and Protective Services no later than 2013 December.

MOTION ARISING, Moved by Alderman Colley-Urquhart, Seconded by Alderman Demong, that with respect to Report C2013-0053, that Council adopt the following: That Administration report back directly to the SPC on Planning and Urban Development no later than 2013 July with recommendations on how community engagement, facilitation and consultation can be improved and how the learnings from the "Collaborative Enterprise" can be incorporated and applied in the future.