THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

MAY 13, 1976.

 

Chairman L. H. Parsons called the meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel to order at 1:30 p.m.

Councillor H. M. McCallion recited the opening prayer.

All members were present except Councillor H. E. Kennedy who arrived at 1:45 p.m.

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor C. M. Murray;

That the Agenda be approved.

Carried 76-144

Moved by Councillor J. E. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor C. M. Murray;

That the Minutes of the meeting held April 22, 1976, be adopted.

Carried 76-145

DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. L. B. Moore, President of the Mississauga-Oakridge Residents Association appeared on behalf of the members of the Association and expressed concern that the Region might be considering extending the use of the landfill site on North Sheridan Way beyond the next two years.

b) Mr. E. Koshan appeared on behalf of residents in the Meadowvale South and Streetsville areas of Mississauga and presented a brief outlining their objections to the development of Site 4 as a Regional landfill site.

c) Mr. J. Robinson appeared on behalf of residents in the area of Site 4 and presented a brief outlining their objections to the development of this Site as a Regional landfill site.

Councillor C. J. Killaby vacated her seat and refrained from any discussion on the matter of the sanitary landfill site.

Moved by Councillor H. G. Wolf,
Seconded by Councillor J. R. Whitehead;

That Council move into Committee of the Whole to consider the recommendations contained in the Public Works Report dated May 4, 1976, regarding the proposed Regional landfill site.

Carried 76-146

RECOMMENDATION PW-128-76:

That the following Recommendation PW-100-76 be reaffirmed:

"That the Region continue to pursue the establishment of a sanitary landfill site as soon as possible on the lands comprising about 200 acres in Site 4 contained in the East Half of Lots 3,4, and 5, Concession 3, W.H.S. (Part 1 of the site);

And further, that hydrogeological studies be conducted on lands in the West Half of Lots 3, 4 and 5, Concession 3, W.H.S. (Part 3 of Site 4) to confirm landfill suitability;

And further, that a public meeting be called, Chaired by the Chairman of the Regional Public Works Committee, to explain how and why Site 4 was selected, and to allow for public input regarding the design and operation of Part 1 of Landfill Site 4, and optional additions to this site (Parts 2 and 3) as described in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated March 22,1976;

And further, that based on the results of the hydrogeological studies on Part 3 of Site 4 and the input from the public meeting, the Design Consultant (Proctor and Redfern Limited) be authorized to prepare an interim report as to the viability and impact of incorporating Parts 2 and 3 as part of Landfill Site 4 and that this report be reviewed by the Technical Committee for further recommendation prior to an "Application for a Certificate of Approval for a Waste Disposal Site" to the Ministry of the Environment;

And further, that the staff of the Public Works and Planning Departments study the possible adverse effects the landfill operation may have on lands surrounding Site 4 which are not to be acquired for landfill purposes, with a view to considering a program of compensation".

The following amendment to PW-128-76 by Councillor H. M. McCallion was considered:

"That Recommendation PW-128-76 be deferred for one month to permit the City of Mississauga to prepare a report on the location of possible landfill sites in Mississauga."

The following amendment to the amendment to PW-128-76 by Councillor F. J. McKechnie was considered:

"That Recommendation PW-128-76 be deferred for 2 weeks pending the preparation of a report as to the possibility of the industrial waste being dumped separately thereby gaining a measure of time to explore the garbage disposal problem in further depth."

The amendment to the amendment was dealt with:

CW-86-76:

Moved by Councillor F. J. McKechnie;

That Recommendation PW-128-76 be deferred for 2 weeks pending the preparation of a report as to the possibility of the industrial waste being dumped separately thereby gaining a measure of time to explore the garbage disposal problem in further depth.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor H. M. McCallion.

In favour: Culham, Dobkin, Kennedy, McCallion, McKechnie, Murray, Searle, Spence, Wolf.
  Total 9.
   
Opposed: Archdekin, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hunter, Kolb, Miller, Raeburn, Robinson, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 11.
   
Absent: Killaby.
  Total 1.

Resolution CW-86-76 was lost. 76-147-1

The amendment was then dealt with:

CW-87-76:

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion;

That Recommendation PW-128-76 be deferred for one month to permit the City of Mississauga to prepare a report on the location of possible landfill sites in Mississauga.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor H. M. McCallion.

In favour: Culham, Dobkin, Kennedy, McCallion, McKechnie, Murray, Searle, Spence, Wolf.
  Total 9.
   
Opposed: Archdekin, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hunter, Kolb, Miller, Raeburn, Robinson, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 11.
   
Absent: Killaby.
  Total 1.

Resolution CW-87-76 was lost. 76-147-2

Recommendation PW-128-76 was then dealt with:

RECOMMENDATION PW-128-76:

That the following Recommendation PW-100-76 be reaffirmed:

"That the Region continue to pursue the establishment of a sanitary landfill site as soon as possible on the lands comprising about 200 acres in Site 4 contained in the East Half of Lots 3,4, and 5, Concession 3, W.H.S. (Part 1 of the site);

And further, that hydrogeological studies be conducted on lands in the West Half of Lots 3, 4 and 5, Concession 3, W.H.S. (Part 3 of Site 4) to confirm landfill suitability;

And further, that a public meeting be called, Chaired by the Chairman of the Regional Public Works Committee, to explain how and why Site 4 was selected, and to allow for public input regarding the design and operation of Part 1 of Landfill Site 4, and optional additions to this site (Parts 2 and 3) as described in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated March 22,1976;

And further, that based on the results of the hydrogeological studies on Part 3 of Site 4 and the input from the public meeting, the Design Consultant (Proctor and Redfern Limited) be authorized to prepare an interim report as to the viability and impact of incorporating Parts 2 and 3 as part of Landfill Site 4 and that this report be reviewed by the Technical Committee for further recommendation prior to an "Application for a Certificate of Approval for a Waste Disposal Site" to the Ministry of the Environment;

And further, that the staff of the Public Works and Planning Departments study the possible adverse effects the landfill operation may have on lands surrounding Site 4 which are not to be acquired for landfill purposes, with a view to considering a program of compensation".

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor H. M. McCallion.

In favour: Archdekin, Clarkson, Culham, Dalzell, Hunter,Kolb, Miller, Raeburn, Robinson, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 12.
   
Opposed: Dobkin, Kennedy, McCallion, McKechnie, Murray, Searle, Spence, Wolf.
  Total 8.
   
Absent: Killaby.
  Total 1.

Recommendation PW-128-76 was approved. 76-147-3

CW-88-76:

Moved by Councillor C. M. Murray;

That Site 1 be given detailed study so that its evaluation may be compared with Site 4.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor H. M. McCallion.

In favour: Culham, Dobkin, Kennedy, McCallion, McKechnie, Murray, Searle, Spence, Wolf.
  Total 9.
   
Opposed: Archdekin, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hunter, Kolb, Miller, Raeburn, Robinson, Whillans, Whitehead, Wolf.
  Total 11.
   
Absent: Killaby.
  Total 1.

Resolution CW-88-76 was lost. 76-147-4

Councillor C. J. Killaby vacated her seat and refrained from any discussion or voting on the matter of the sanitary landfill site.

CW-89-76:

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 76-147-5

Moved by Councillor F. R. Dalzell,
Seconded by Councillor J. E. Archdekin;

That Recommendation PW-128-76 approved in Committee of the Whole be adopted.

Carried 76-147

 

COMMUNICATIONS

a) The Honourable W. Darcy McKeough Treasurer of Ontario with respect to Children in Trouble.

Received.

b) The Honourable James Taylor Q. C., Minister of Community and Social Services responding to recommendations of the Planning Committee regarding housing for the handicapped.

Received

c) The Honourable W. Darcy McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario responding to Council's resolution regarding municipal financial implications of new developments.

Received.

d) The Honourable Bette Stephenson, M.D., Acting Minister of Health responding to Council's resolution regarding the St. Louis virus encephalitis.

Received.

e) The Honourable John R. Rhodes Minister of Housing responding to Council's resolution requesting the Province to refund expenses incurred in Land Division and Committee of Adjustment procedures not covered by the fees collected from applicants.

Received.

f) The Commissioner of Social Services responding to a letter from the Minister of Community and Social Services regarding Children in Trouble under the Juvenile Delinquents Act.

Received and referred to the appropriate Provincial and Federal Ministries.

g) The Honourable James Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications advising of an advance payment of subsidy to the Region.

Received.

h) Mr. R. E. LeMay, Superintendent of Business Affairs, The Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board, advising of the Boards withdrawal from future Regional Centre Complex plans.

Received.

i) Mr. H. K. Watson, General Manager, Credit Valley Conservation Authority advising of his Authority's resolution regarding the designation of benefitting municipalities for emergency projects.

Received and referred to the Administration and Finance Committee.

j) Mr. C. A. Brown, Education Liaison Officer expressing his appreciation for Councils financial support for his attendance at the Conference on Juvenile Justice.

Received and referred to the Social Services Committee.

k) Dr. Barbara J. Blake, Director, Community Health Protection Branch with respect to the St. Louis virus encephalitis.

Received.

1) Mr. Keith C. Morton, Parliamentary Assistant to the Treasurer of Ontario responding to Council's resolution requesting certain changes in provisions for local police budgets.

Received.

m) Sir Robert S. C. Williams, Chairman, District Health Council Steering Committee, inviting Council to submit the names of persons they wish to represent Regional Council on the District Health Council.

Received.

n) D. K. Burrows, Chief of Police, Region of Peel, advising of "Police Week 1976".

Received.

o) R. McLaughlin and W. J. McLaughlin expressing opposition to the selection of Site 4 as the new Regional landfill site.

Received.

p) Mr. H. H. Robinson regarding the imposition of increased Regional levies on Caledon Cedars Development Limited, Plan of Subdivision 21T-23298, (Recommendation AF-92-76).

Received.

q) Resolution from the Town of Caledon regarding the representation of the Town on the District Health Council.

Received.

r) Sir Robert S. C. Williams, Chairman, District Health Council Steering Committee, expressing appreciation for Regional Council's support and co-operation for the Steering Committee.

Received.

s) Mr. David L. Cardy expressing opposition to the development of Site 4 as a Regional landfill site.

Received.

t) Mrs. H. Sutton expressing opposition to the development of Site 4 as a Regional landfill site.

Received.

u) Mr. G. J. Smith, of the firm of Weir and Foulds, Solicitors for Restwell Construction Limited and Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited, with respect to the imposition of Regional levies on Land Division Committee Applications B53/76M, B54/76M, B55/76M, B56/76M and B57/76M.

Received.

 

PETITIONS

a) Residents of Harborn Road and Autumn Breeze Drive requesting the construction of sanitary sewers under the provisions of the Local Improvement Act.

b) Residents in the Meadowvale South and Streetsville areas of Mississauga expressing great concern regarding the development of Site 4 as a Regional landfill site.

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor G. M. Robinson;

That Council move into Committee of the Whole to consider Reports.

Carried 76-148

REPORTS

a) Regional Chairman -

Nil.

b) Chief Administrative Officer.

CAO-76-23 - SITE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT - ARNOLD MEYER.

RECOMMENDATION CAO-22-76:

That the necessary by-law authorizing the execution of a Site Development Agreement between Arnold Meyer, the City of Brampton and the Region with respect to Parts of Lots 7 and 8, Block H, Plan BR-26, be presented to Council.

Approved 76-149-1

CAO-76-24 - REGIONAL LOT LEVIES.

RECOMMENDATION CAO-23-76:

That Clause 6-1 (c) of the Interim Fiscal Policy Guidelines adopted by Council on December 12, 1974, be amended to read as follows: "Development Imposts will be applicable to all plans of subdivision, all divisions of land and all rezoning approvals wherever approval is being sought for an increase in the intensity of land use over and above that established by existing buildings on the site."

And further, that page 7 of the Interim Fiscal Policy Guidelines adopted by Council on December 12, 1974, be deleted.

Approved 76-149-2

RESOLUTION 76-149-2 RESCINDED BY 76-183-37

The balance of the report of the Chief Administrative Officer on Regional Lot Levies was considered in conjunction with Recommendation AF-107-76.

CAO-76-25 - SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT - PEELTON HILLS LIMITED 21T- 23440.

RECOMMENDATION CAO-24-76:

That the necessary by-law authorizing execution of a Subdivision Agreement between Peelton Hills Limited, the Corporation of the City of Brampton, the Regional Municipality of Peel, Paramount Development Corporation Limited and the Mortgagees registered on title with respect to proposed Plan of Subdivision 21 T-23440 be presented to Council and that execution of the aforementioned Agreement for proposed Plan of Subdivision 21T-23440 be conditional upon Clause 38 (page 20) being amended to reflect the changes in Regional lot levy policy as per resolution 76-91-34 dated March 18, 1976.

Approved 76- 149-3

c) Committees.

BH-76-3 - BOARD OF HEALTH meeting April 13, 1976.

Received 76- 149-4

PW-76-9 - PUBLIC WORKS meeting May 4, 1976.

RECOMMENDATION PW-126-76:

That Site 6A, located in the area of Highway 401 and Ninth Line, be no longer pursued as a landfill site.

Approved 76-149-5

RECOMMENDATION PW-127-76:

That the following Resolution CW-73-76 be reconsidered:

"That the Region of Peel accept the invitation of the Region of Halton to consider a joint use landfill site for Halton and Peel located near the Regional boundaries;

And further, that recommendations PW-100-76 and PW-101-76 of the Public Works Committee report dated March 30, 1976, be referred to the Public Works Committee for a technical committee and consultants report on possible methods of procedure."

Approved 76- 149-6

CW-90-76:

Moved by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

That Resolution CW-73-76 be rescinded.

Carried 76-149-7

RECOMMENDATION PW-128-76:

That the following Recommendation PW-100-76 be reaffirmed:

"That the Region continue to pursue the establishment of a sanitary landfill site as soon as possible on the lands comprising about 200 acres in Site 4 contained in the East Half of Lots 3,4, and 5, Concession 3, W.H.S. (Part 1 of the site);

And further, that hydrogeological studies be conducted on lands in the West Half of Lots 3, 4 and 5, Concession 3, W.H.S. (Part 3 of Site 4) to confirm landfill suitability;

And further, that a public meeting be called, Chaired by the Chairman of the Regional Public Works Committee, to explain how and why Site 4 was selected, and to allow for public input regarding the design and operation of Part 1 of Landfill Site 4, and optional additions to this site (Parts 2 and 3) as described in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated March 22,1976;

And further, that based on the results of the hydrogeological studies on Part 3 of Site 4 and the input from the public meeting, the Design Consultant (Proctor and Redfern Limited) be authorized to prepare an interim report as to the viability and impact of incorporating Parts 2 and 3 as part of Landfill Site 4 and that this report be reviewed by the Technical Committee for further recommendation prior to an "Application for a Certificate of Approval for a Waste Disposal Site" to the Ministry of the Environment;

And further, that the staff of the Public Works and Planning Departments study the possible adverse effects the landfill operation may have on lands surrounding Site 4 which are not to be acquired for landfill purposes, with a view to considering a program of compensation".

Recommendation PW-128-76 was dealt with in conjunction with the delegations appearing regarding the proposed sanitary landfill site.

RECOMMENDATION PW-129-76:

That the Commissioner of Planning prepare the necessary steps required to obtain a change in the land use designation in order to facilitate the development of Site 4 for landfill purposes as outlined in Recommendation PW-128-76.

Approved 76- 149-8

Councillor C. J. Killaby vacated her seat and did not participate in the discussion or voting on Recommendation PW-129-76.

RECOMMENDATION PW-130-76:

That the report by C.R.C. Consultants on the Region of Peel Communications Study be received and distributed to the participating agencies and that the Communications Committee be continued at the call of the Chairman and used as a means of communication relative to the needs of the agencies involved, changes in system, surplus channels or equipment.

Approved 76-149-9

RECOMMENDATION PW-131-76:

That the Minister of Transportation and Communications be requested to make no adjustment to the subsidy allocation in 1977 because of Council's approval of Recommendation P-89-76 as the right-of-way for the Queensway is being retained and therefore, it is still a Regional road with the approved needs still existing.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor H. M. McCallion.

In favour: Archdekin, Clarkson, Culham, Dalzell, Hunter, Kennedy, McKechnie, Miller, Murray, Raeburn, Robinson, Searle, Spence, Whillans, Whitehead, Wolf, Yarrow.
  Total 17.
   
Opposed: Dobkin, Killaby, McCallion.
  Total 3.
   
Absent: Kolb.
  Total 1.

Recommendation PW-131-76 was approved. 76-149-10

RECOMMENDATION PW-132-76:

That the report dated April 14, 1976 from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the connection of new street patterns to Regional Roads be referred to the City of Mississauga for consideration.

Approved 76-149

RECOMMENDATION PW-133-76:

That with respect to the reconstruction of Legion Road in conjunction with the reconstruction of Derry Road East, the City of Mississauga notify the Region of Peel in writing by June 15th, 1976 of the following:

1. That the City approves of the preliminary design for Legion Road as shown on drawing number 74.7.4-03L.

2. That the City is prepared to negotiate the necessary land transfers in 1976 shown on drawing number 74.7.4-04L and described in letter dated 2nd March, 1976 from W. Strok and Associates Limited to Mr. Swedak.

3. That the City wishes to have the design of Legion Road incorporated with the Region project and constructed as part of the overall project in 1977 and will cover the related costs by the issuance of a purchase requisition.

And further that, should the City of Mississauga not agree to conditions 1, 2 and 3 in the first section of this recommendation, the Region of Peel complete the design and proceed with the construction of Derry Road in accordance with conditions as they now exist with no improvements to Legion Road.

Approved 76-149-12

RECOMMENDATION PW-134-76:

That the City of Brampton's proposed signal installations at the intersections of Balmoral Drive at Eastbourne Drive and Clark Boulevard at Finchgate Boulevard be approved as to design only in order that the City may apply to the Ministry for legal and subsidy approvals.

Approved 76-149-13

RECOMMENDATION PW-135-76:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel offer no objection to Mississauga By-law 109-76 stopping up a part of Harkiss Road immediately east of Mississauga Road.

Approved 76-149-14

RECOMMENDATION PW-136-76:

That the necessary documents be executed to lift that portion of the one foot reserve on the west side of Heart Lake Road necessary to allow access to Blythe Colours (Rexdale) Limited as approved on October 31,1975.

Approved 76-149-15

RECOMMENDATION PW-137-76:

That effective June 1, 1976, North Sheridan Landfill Site be closed to industrial wastes and commercial waste haulers, until such time as the Region obtains rights to enter and dispose of wastes on the Magic Meadows Lands, in the vicinity of the existing site;

And further, that the Commissioner of Public Works is hereby authorized to renegotiate disposal operating costs with Berrill and Trustrum Limited and to engage such additional equipment and manpower as required to continue an effective operation of the Regional landfill site at Dixie Road and No. 27 Sideroad.

Approved 76-149- 16

RECOMMENDATION PW-138-76:

That the Region take over the direct operation of the Albion and Caledon Sanitary Landfill Sites immediately and that the Town of Caledon supply and maintain operating manpower and equipment, at cost, to the Region until the Region has obtained its own manpower and equipment;

And further, that the three day per week operating program as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated April 27, 1976 be implemented immediately, provided that notification of the time changes has been advertised one week in advance and that one of the sites be kept open an additional four hours, one day per week;

And further, that the Region purchase from the Town the two Case tractor loaders now employed at the sites based on the average value of appraisals obtained from three outside sources, including the original supplier of the equipment, subject to the necessary funding being arranged, or alternative arrangements being made to acquire the equipment, in whole or in part, on a lease purchase basis;

And further, that the Town of Caledon be requested to continue to sell disposal tickets at its offices for the Region;

And further, that it be the intention of Regional Council to terminate the Albion and Caledon landfill sites at the earliest possible date following the opening of the new Regional landfill site.

CW-91-76:

Moved by Councillor A. C. Raeburn;

That Recommendation PW-138-76 be deferred until the Region of Peel and the Town of Caledon reach an agreement as originally provided for, to cover all aspects of the waste disposal problems in Caledon.

Carried 76-149-17

Recommendation PW-138-76 was deferred. 76-149-18

RECOMMENDATION PW-139-76:

That the proposal for an analysis of the South Peel Water distribution system submitted by Gore & Storrie dated April 19, 1976, be accepted and that the analysis of the distribution system be approved as set out therein.

Approved 76-149-19

RECOMMENDATION PW-140-76:

That a 10" watermain be constructed on Wolfedale Road from Dundas Street to Westlock Road and across the CPR tracks for a total distance of 2,450 feet more or less, and that 12" valves be installed on Dundas Street at Mavis and Wolfedale Roads, at a total estimated cost of $90,000.00 to be financed from Waterworks Capital Surplus Funds.

Approved 76-149-20

RECOMMENDATION PW-141-76:

That the construction of an 8" watermain on Mississauga Road from Embleton Road southerly, 3,000 feet more or less be cancelled and that Council's Resolution 75-378-13 be rescinded and By-law 180-75 be repealed.

Approved 76-149-21

RECOMMENDATION PW-142-76:

That the contract for the construction of the Etobicoke Creek sanitary trunk sewer, Central Branch - Bramalea Residential Nhbd. 10 be awarded to the low bidder, G. C. Romano & Sons for their tender price of $756,138.00;

And further, that $69,900.00 net be transferred from the 1975 Ontario Municipal Board approvals for"Various Sanitary Sewer Replacements and Unallocated" to the Ontario Municipal Board approval for the Etobicoke Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer, Central Branch - Bramalea Residential Nhbd. 10 - and that $3,100.00 be allocated from the Capital Development Fund to fund the balance of the additional cost;

And further, that staff be directed to apply for an increased Ontario Housing Action Program loan should interest from O.H.A.P. monies now in hand plus possible savings on other O.H.A.P. funded sanitary trunk sewer projects not cover the $73,000.00 deficiency.

Approved 76-149-22

RECOMMENDATION PW-143-76:

That sanitary sewers and private drain connections be constructed on Carolyn Road and Durie Road in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $151,000.00 as set out in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated March 22, 1976 and that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the work as a local improvement on the initiative of Council and that the works be financed through debentures from the local improvement sanitary sewer allocation in the 1976 Capital Budget.

Approved 76- 149-23

RECOMMENDATION PW-144-76:

That the Region express concern to the City of Mississauga about the inadequate storm drainage outlets in the Port Credit area since this problem adversely affects the sanitary sewer system and that the City be urged to expedite the design and construction of adequate storm outlets to Lake Ontario;

And further, that the City be advised that Region staff and pumping equipment are at their disposal should assistance be needed to pump out the storm system during periods of high lake levels in combination with high wave action.

Approved 76-149-24

RECOMMENDATION PW-145-76:

That pumping facilities for fire protection along the 3rd Line East from 17 Sideroad to 27 Sideroad be installed at an estimated cost of $20,800.00 and that this work be financed in the Regional Capital Budget from Development Funds within the original sum allocated to this project;

And further, that hydrants be installed only upon application for service by the residents and a charge of $1,275.00 plus the applicable connection fee be made against each property and that this connection charge be used to cover the cost of installation of the hydrants.

Approved 76-149-25

RECOMMENDATION PW-146-76

That Delbert Arnott be compensated in the amount of $14,062.19 for 1.550 acres of land being Part of Lot 1, Concession 5 W.H.S., in the City of Brampton shown as Part 4 on Reference Plan 43R- 671 and Part 6 on Reference Plan 43R-672, required in connection with the widening of Steeles Avenue West, including interest at the rate of 6% per annum to the date of closing, in the amount of $1,223.13, together with legal and appraisal fees, in the amount of $1,539.06, and that the Agreement be accepted and approved and the Property Section be instructed to complete the transaction with the cost thereof being charged to the 1976 Current Transportation Budget appropriation for Land Acquisition.

Approved 76- 149-26

RECOMMENDATION PW-147-76:

That one "right-in and right-out only" access be permitted from the proposed townhouse development of Whitehall Development Corporation on to Cawthra Road at a location agreeable to the Roads and Traffic Division of the Public Works Department;

And further, that Whitehall Development Corporation prepare and execute the necessary agreement, suitable for registration on title, waiving damages by them, or any future owner, due to the elimination of left turns caused by any construction on Cawthra Road.

Approved 76-149-27

P-76-9 - PLANNING meeting May 6, 1976.

RECOMMENDATION P-115-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated March 30, 1976, regarding the Fletcher's Creek Drainage Area be forwarded to the City of Brampton with a request:

i) that the City of Brampton indicate to the Region of Peel how the additional capacity for approximately 500 units in the Fletcher's Creek Pumping Station should be distributed among the prospective developments in this area;

ii) that the City of Brampton comment on their long term land use and population projections for the Fletcher's Creek Drainage Area, in order that the Region may assess the long term servicing alternatives for this area;

And further, that the Region support in principle the concept of Armsborough Properties Limited being allowed to build sixty per cent (60%) of the units to be built as a result of additional capacity in the Fletchers Creek Pumping Station.

Approved 76-149-28

RECOMMENDATION P-116-76:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of Official Plan Amendment 74 to the Official Plan for the former Township of Chinguacousy Planning Area with respect to lands in Part of Lot 9, Concession 5, E.H.S.;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that subject to prior approval of Official Plan Amendment Number 74 to the Official Plan for the former Township of Chinguacousy Planning Area by the Minister of Housing, the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of By-law 86-76 for the City of Brampton;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated April 14, 1976 on the subject of the aforementioned Official Plan Amendment and by-law be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, the Ontario Municipal Board, the City of Brampton and the Developer for their information.

Approved 76-149-29

RECOMMENDATION P-117-76:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of subdivision plan 21T-74109 in the City of Mississauga with respect to lands situated west of Bexhill Road south of Lakeshore Road West subject to:

a) those revisions and conditions of the City of Mississauga which also include some of the Region's requirements;

b) an Engineering Agreement being entered into between the Region, the City of Mississauga and the Developer prior to the registration of the plan to establish exact requirements for the installation of water and sewer services;

c) a Financial Agreement being entered into between the City of Mississauga and the Developer prior to the registration of the plan for the payment of Regional levies, in a form satisfactory to the Region;

And further, that a copy of the Ministry of Housing's questionnaire forms Tla and Vl as completed by the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel respectively be forwarded to the Ministry together with a copy of the City's revised plan and recommendations, and a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated April 22, 1976.

Approved 76-149-30

RECOMMENDATION P-118-76

That the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that further to the letter of January 9, 1976, from the Region to the Ontario Municipal Board with respect to the Restricted Area Appeal under Section 35(22) of the Planning Act by S. B. McLaughlin and Associates Limited that the Region of Peel requires the Applicant to enter into an agreement for the payment of Regional levies prior to the approval of the proposed rezoning;

And further, that the Regional Solicitor and Regional Planning staff be authorized to attend the May 17, 1976 Ontario Municipal Board hearing regarding the subject Section 35(22) appeal, to give such evidence as may be required in support of the Region's requirements.

Approved 76-149-31

A revised report from the Commissioner of Planning on the Minister's referral of proposed Plan of Subdivision 21T-75114 (Bevark Holdings) to the Ontario Municipal Board was presented to Council.

RECOMMENDATION P-119-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That the Ontario Municipal Board be advised with respect to the referral of Plan of Subdivision 21T- 75114 under Section 44 of the Planning Act that the Region of Peel supports the City of Mississauga's proposal to purchase these lands for park purposes, however if the lands are to be developed the Region has no objection to approval of the plan subject to:

1. the approval of an amendment to the Official Plan redesignating a portion of the lands within plan 21T-75114 from "High Density Residential" to "Low Density Residential" prior to registration of the plan;

2. an Engineering Agreement being entered into between the Region, the City of Mississauga and the Developer prior to the registration of the plan to establish exact requirements for the installation of water and sewer services;

3. a Financial Agreement being entered into between the City of Mississauga and the Developer prior to the registration of the plan for the payment of Regional levies, in a form satisfactory to the Region;

And further, that a copy of the Ministry of Housing's questionnaire form V-l as completed by the Region of Peel be forwarded to the Ontario Municipal Board;

And further, that the Regional Solicitor and the Planning staff be authorized to attend the Ontario Municipal Board hearing on May 25, 1976, to give evidence as required in support of the Region's requirements which are outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated May 11,1976.

Approved 76-149-32

RECOMMENDATION P-120-76:

That the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the restricted area appeal by Shipp Corporation Limited under Section 35(22) of the Planning Act subject to:

A Financial Agreement being entered into between the City of Mississauga and the Developer for payment of Regional levies as applicable and in a form satisfactory to the Region;

And further, that the Planning Department staff and the Regional Solicitor be authorized to attend the Ontario Municipal Board Hearing to give the necessary evidence in support of this condition.

Approved 76-149-33

RECOMMENDATION P-121-76:

That the opening of Goreway Drive to Disco Road in Etobicoke in late 1976 or early 1977 be considered in the modifications to the Steeles Avenue Goreway Drive intersection proposed in the traffic study of the Malton area and referred to the local municipalities under PW-117-76.

Approved 76-149-34

RECOMMENDATION P-122-76:

That the City of Mississauga be informed that the Regional Policy regarding tree protection in the proposed Parkway Belt West Plan is as follows:

"That in the course of construction of the proposed highways and hydro transmission lines, necessary measures be taken to preserve unique forest stands wherever possible."

Approved 76-149-35

RECOMMENDATION P-123-76:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of the revised Consolidated Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area subject to the suggestion that an additional section E (Part C) for City-wide policies be established as described in the Commissioner of Planning's report of April 30, 1976 and additional minor observations and comments included in a separate memo of the Commissioner of Planning forwarded directly to the Ministry of Housing and the City of Brampton Planning Staff;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated April 30,1976 be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing and the City of Brampton for their information and consideration.

Approved 76-149-36

AF-76-8 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting May 6, 1976.

RECOMMENDATION AF-91-76:

That the annual Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Waterfront Project levy in the amount of $46,457.00 for the years 1977 to 1981 be approved and that the necessary by-law be authorized for presentation to Council.

Approved 76-149-37

RECOMMENDATION AF-92-76:

That the request of Mr. H. H. Robinson, Solicitor, not to apply increased Regional levies to Caledon Cedars Developments Limited, Plan of Subdivision 21T-23298, be denied.

Approved 76-149-38

RECOMMENDATION AF-93-76:

That the following private citizens be requested to form the Sanitary Sewer Surcharge Appeal Committee authorized by By-law 63-76:

1. Mr. D. Hunter 1437 Spring Road Mississauga

2. Mr. W. J. Kelly 6507 Dixie Road Mississauga

3. Mr. E. A. Mitchell 24 Queen Street East Brampton

And further, that the Committee members be reimbursed at the rate of $50.00 per day;

And further, that the members of the Committee be requested to determine a convenient time to meet with Regional staff in order to receive appropriate briefings and background information to permit them to perform their function;

And further, that the first meeting of the Committee for the purpose of hearing appeals be scheduled at a date no later than September 7, 1976.

Approved 76-149-39

RECOMMENDATION AF-94-76:

That the decision of Regional Council (76-91-56) to deny the request of Mr. H. Molly to be exempted from the doubled lot levies, be confirmed.

Approved 76-149-40

RECOMMENDATION AF-95-76:

That the Town of Caledon's offer of $100.00 for Emergency Planning Officer Equipment located in Bolton, be accepted.

Approved 76-149-41

RECOMMENDATION AF-96-76:

That the Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to grant employees leave on Friday, July 2, 1976, on the basis that the day is:

a) in lieu of overtime worked; or

b) part of the employee's annual vacation; or

c) unpaid leave.

Approved 76-149-42

RECOMMENDATION AF-97-76:

That the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that further to the letter of January 9, 1976, from the Region to the Ontario Municipal Board with respect to the Restricted Area Appeal under Section 35 (22) of the Planning Act by S. B. McLaughlin and Associates Limited that the Region of Peel requires the Applicant to enter into an agreement for the payment of Regional levies prior to the approval of the proposed rezoning;

And further, that the Regional Solicitor and Regional Planning Staff be authorized to attend the May 17, 1976, Ontario Municipal Board hearing regarding the subject Section 35 (22) appeal, to give evidence in support of the Region's requirement.

Approved 76-149-43

RECOMMENDATION AF-98-76:

That the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the restricted area appeal by Shipp Corporation Limited under Section 35 (22) of the Planning Act subject to: A Financial Agreement being entered into between the City of Mississauga and the Developer for payment of Regional levies as applicable and in a form satisfactory to the Region;

And further, that the Planning Department staff and the Regional Solicitor be authorized to attend the Ontario Municipal Board Hearing to give the necessary evidence in support of this condition.

Approved 76-149-44

RECOMMENDATION AF-99-76:

That the Region retain the services of one insurance broker to provide coordinative services and advice regarding Regional insurance coverage with the exception of the personnel benefit programme and that A. E. Wilson & Company Limited be appointed as this broker at the pleasure of Council.

Approved 76-149-45

RECOMMENDATION AF-100-76:

That the Regional Clerk be authorized to execute releases related to insurance claims on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel subject to the approval of the Chief Administrative Officer.

Approved 76-149-46

RECOMMENDATION AF-101-76:

That full travel insurance coverage be provided to Members of Council, members of the Management Team and Directors whenever they travel "on the business of the Region" whether it be within or without the Region and that coverage be provided for all other employees when travelling "on the business of the Region" to or from destinations which are outside of the Region on the basis outlined in the report of the Chief Administrative Officer dated April 30, 1976.

Approved 76- 149-47

RECOMMENDATION AF-102-76:

That the present wording of item 1, paragraph 2, of the Current Lot Levy Policy be revised to read: "Regional Lot Levies shall be adjusted twice yearly as of February 1st and August 1st, of each year in direct relationship to the Composite Component of the Southam Construction Index (Ontario Series); such adjustment to be based on the Index last available prior to February 1st and August 1st respectively, of each year. Regional Lot Levies shall be assessed on all residential development with exceptions only as set out herein."

Approved 76-149-48

RECOMMENDATION AF-103-76:

That the present wording of item 2 of the Current Lot Levy Policy be revised to read:

"Further, such Regional Levies as do apply will be allocated for Capital Expenditures on Regional Water Works (approximately 10 percent), Sewers (approximately 10 percent), Regional Roads, Hospital and Solid Waste Disposal facilities, Regional Buildings and for other Regional Capital purposes."

Approved 76- 149-49

RECOMMENDATION AF-104-76:

That industrial levies not be imposed at this time.

Approved 76-149-50

RECOMMENDATION AF-105-76:

That commercial levies not be imposed at this time.

Approved 76-149-5 1

RECOMMENDATION AF-106-76:

That Council adopt as a Regional objective that Regional Lot Levies be required to be paid at the time of issuance of any building permit for residential purposes to the extent that such building permit would allow an increase in the intensity of land use over and above that established by existing building(s) on the site, the amount of levies to be determined according to current Regional Policy applicable at the time of the issuance of the building permit, except in cases where the amount of Regional levies had been predetermined by agreement between the Region and the applicant.

Approved 76- 149-52

RECOMMENDATION AF-107-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That Regional Levies be imposed on the owner at the time of and as a condition precedent to the approval of condominium applications unless by prior arrangement and agreement they have been paid with respect to the development for which the application is being made;

And further, that prior to the issuance of a building permit, the owner shall be required to state whether it is his intention to build for purposes of rental or to submit a subsequent application for condominium approval;

And further, that this policy shall not apply with respect to buildings for which building permits have already been issued.

Approved 76-149-53

RECOMMENDATION AF-108-76:

That the Provincial Government be requested to amend whatever Statutes may be necessary to authorize Regional and Area Municipalities to impose levies at the time of issuance of any building permit, the amount of such levies to be commensurate with and no greater than, the average demand on the Municipality for Capital Expenditures to service varying classes of development.

Approved 76- 149-54

RECOMMENDATION AF-109-76:

That the objectives set out in Recommendation AF-106-76 and the policy set out in Recommendation AF-107-76 be included in the Official Plan of the Region and that in the meantime, the Cities of Mississauga and Brampton and the Town of Caledon be requested to amend their respective Official Plans to embody provisions to ensure that building permits under the circumstances described would not be issued until and unless relevant Regional levies have been paid.

Approved 76- 149-55

RECOMMENDATION AF-110-76:

That Victoria Wood Development Corporation Incorporated be released from financial agreement with respect to Lots 265 to 269, 403 to 406, Plan M-27, City of Brampton, and that the necessary by- law be authorized for presentation to Council.

Approved 76-149-56

RECOMMENDATION AF-111-76:

That Pastoria Holdings Limited be released from financial agreement with respect to lots 165, 174, 175, 176 to 182, 186, 187, 189 to 212, 285 to 289, 295, 306 to 312, 314, 324 to 338, 340, 342 to 345, Plan 971, City of Brampton, and that the necessary by-law be authorized for presentation to Council.

Approved 76- 149-57

RECOMMENDATION AF-112-76:

That the Chief Administrative Officer be requested to arrange a regular meeting on a quarterly basis between senior staff, the Regional Chairman and Committee Chairmen for the purpose of reviewing expenditure levels in relation to Council's approved budget.

Approved 76-149-58

RECOMMENDATION AF-113-76:

That the Regional Chairman be requested to convene a meeting of interested citizens for the purpose of establishing on an ongoing basis, a Region of Peel Olympic Committee.

Approved 76- 149-59

CW-92-76:

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion;

That Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 76-149-60

Moved by Councillor W. J. Hunter,
Seconded by Councillor M. H. Spence;

That the Reports considered in Committee of the Whole and the Recommendations approved, be adopted.

Carried 76-149

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an agreement to provide for construction of public utilities for a development by Vidlow Construction on Crewenan Road in Mississauga (B 113/73, B 121/73, B 195/74M), was considered.

Moved by Councillor C. M. Murray,
Seconded by Councillor J. E. Archdekin;

That a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the Chairman and the Clerk to execute an engineering agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Vidlow Construction Ltd., various mortgagees, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service a residential development on Crewenan Road, B113/73, B121/73, B195/74M, in Mississauga.

Carried 76-150

b) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an agreement to provide for the construction of public utilities to service a commercial development on the south side of Dundas Street, west of Dixie Road in Mississauga (OZ/91/72), was considered.

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor G. M. Robinson;

That a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the Chairman and the Clerk to execute an engineering agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Whitehorn Investments Ltd. et al, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service a commercial development on the south side of Dundas Street, in Mississauga, OZ-91- 72.

Carried 76-151

c) A report of the Commissioner of Social Services recommending that the name of the Peel Housing Corporation be changed to the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation was considered.

Moved by Councillor F. R. Dalzell,
Seconded by Councillor K. G. Whillans;

That the name of the Peel Housing Corporation be amended to read Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation.

Carried 76-152

d) A revised report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding the Minister's referral of proposed Plan of Subdivision 21T-75114 to the Ontario Municipal Board under Section 44 of the Planning Act and subsequent referral of an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board to amend the Official Plan under Section 17(3) of the Planning Act was considered and dealt with in conjunction with Recommendation P-119-76.

 

BY- LAWS

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson,
Seconded by Councillor A. C. Raeburn;

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 102-76 to 110-76 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 76-153

By-law 102-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute a site development agreement with Arnold Meyer, the City of Brampton and Bramtor Holdings Limited.

By-law 103-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute a subdivision agreement with Peelton Hills Limited, the Corporation of the City of Brampton, Paramount Development Corporation Limited, and the Mortgagees Registered on Title.

By-law 104-76 - To repeal by-law number 180-75.

By-law 105-76 - To amend by-law number 199-75.

By-law 106-76 - To authorize the construction of sanitary sewers and private drain connections on Durie Road and Carolyn Road in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $151,000.00.

By-law 107-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute a release form with the Corporation of the City of Brampton, the Hydro Electric Commission of the City of Brampton and Victoria Wood Development Corporation Incorporated, Plan M-27, City of Brampton.

By-law 108-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute a release form with the Corporation of the City of Brampton, the Hydro Electric Commission of the City of Brampton and Pastoria Holdings Limited, Plan 971, City of Brampton.

By-law 109-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute an Engineering Agreement with Vidlow Construction Limited the City of Mississauga and the Mortgagees registered on title.

By-law 110-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute an Engineering Agreement, and necessary easement agreements, with Whitehorn Investments Limited, Alcazar Developments Limited, Lynrob Investments Limited, Richo Investments Limited, and the Corporation of the City of Mississauga.

RESOLUTIONS

Moved by Councillor C. J. Killaby,
Seconded by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

Whereas Regional Council on April 22, 1976, by Resolution 76-135- 5 authorized Deleuw, Cather Canada Limited to proceed with a detailed study of the northerly route "H" as a possible route for the realignment of Derry Road around the Village of Meadowvale;

And whereas Deleuw, Cather Canada Limited have recommended route "H" as the most suitable realignment of Derry Road;

And whereas route "H" enfringes on Parkway Belt West lands;

Be it resolved that the Region of Peel authorized Deleuw, Cather Canada Limited to make a presentation at the hearings with respect to the Parkway Belt West, to be held in Woodbridge during the month of June, 1976;

And further that Deleuw, Cather Canada Limited be authorized to ask, in its presentation, for an interim decision in favour of the Region, in order that work may proceed on the realignment of Derry Road.

Carried 76-154

Moved by Councillor F. R. Dalzell,
Seconded by Councillor T.P. Miller;

That the City of Brampton be requested to support the northerly route "H" for the realignment of Derry Road around the Village of Meadowvale.

Carried 76-155

Moved by Councillor J. R. Whitehead,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That the Region of Peel support the position of the Town of Caledon regarding a minimum representation of three members on the District Health Council as outlined in communication 6(q) on the Council Agenda of May 13, 1976.

Carried 76-156

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

That Councillor R. A. Searle and Councillor J. J. Yarrow be two of the three Regional appointees to the proposed District Health Council;

And further, that the Town of Caledon choose the third appointee.

Carried 76-157

Moved by Councillor F. J. McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

Whereas the Parkway Belt West General Hearings are being held at the Woodbridge Arena and whereas it is contemplated that the Sector Hearings commencing May 25, 1976, will be held also at the Woodbridge Arena;

Therefore be it resolved that the Treasurer of Ontario be requested to move the Sector Hearings on the Woodbridge Sector to a more central location such as Mississauga City Hall or Bramalea Civic Centre.

Carried 76-158

Moved by Councillor F. J. McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

That the Premier of Ontario be asked to prohibit any further exemptions to the Parkway Belt area in Peel which are more than ten acres in size pending finalization of the Parkway Belt Hearings. It was moved that Resolution 76-159 be referred to the Planning Committee.

A recorded vote on the motion of referral was requested by Councillor F. J. McKechnie.

In favour: Archdekin, Dalzell, Hunter, Murray, Raeburn, Robinson, Searle, Whillans.
  Total 8.
   
Opposed: Culham, Dobkin, Kennedy, Killaby, McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Spence, Whitehead, Wolf, Yarrow.
  Total 11.
   
Absent: Clarkson, Kolb.
  Total 2.

The motion to refer Resolution 76-159 to the Planning Committee was lost.

The original Resolution 76-159 was then considered.

That the Premier of Ontario be asked to prohibit any further exemptions to the Parkway Belt area in Peel which are more than ten acres in size pending finalization of the Parkway Belt Hearings.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor F. J. McKechnie.

In favour: Culham, Dobkin, Kennedy, Killaby, McCallion, McKechnie, Spence.
  Total 7.
   
Opposed: Archdekin, Dalzell, Hunter, Miller, Murray, Raeburn, Robinson, Searle, Whillans, Whitehead, Wolf, Yarrow.
  Total 12.
   
Absent: Clarkson, Kolb.
  Total 2.

Resolution 75-159 was lost. 76-159

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor C. J. Killaby;

That the boulevards being constructed in the area of Queen Street South in Streetsville be sodded.

Carried 76-160

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson,
Seconded By Councillor A. C. Raeburn;

That Council move into Committee of the Whole, In Camera, to consider a report.

Carried 76-161

REPORT- IN CAMERA

AF-76-8 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting May 6, 1976.

RECOMMENDATION AF-114-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That with regards to the Report of May 3, 1976, regarding the increased per diem for Viking Houses, we adopt the following:

1. That the new rate negotiated and finally agreed on be for the period April 1, 1976, to March 31, 1977.

2. The amount of a fee increase should fall with all financial constraint programs: Province 5.5% for the Children's Aid Society, and the Anti-Inflation program . Therefore, the minimum could be zero increase and the maximum the Anti-Inflation guideline of 8%.

3. That the Region of Peel will only pay upon receipt of invoices showing daily attendance of the children in care and only for children actually resident in Viking I Group homes, less a proper board and lodging fee for children who have employment.

4. That without prejudice, the Region of Peel offer Viking Houses a per diem rate for children in the Viking I program for the period April 1, 1976, to March 31, 1977, the following:

$34.51 + 8% = $37.27

Approved 76-162- 1

RECOMMENDATION AF-115-76:

That the hourly wage rates for five employees of the Finance Department, Water Services Division, who are engaged in stock keeping duties, be increased effective February 1, 1976, by 14.92%, and that their sick leave plan be replaced by a Weekly Indemnity Plan effective April 1, 1976, subject to the approval of the Anti-lnflation Board.

Approved 76-162-2

CW-93-76:

Moved by Councillor D. J. Culham;

That Council authorize the Secretary-Treasurer of the Land Division Committee to issue final consent for applications B53/76M, B54/76M, B55/76M, B56/76M and B57/76M.

Carried 76-162-3

CW-94-76:

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller;

That Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 76-162-4

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor D. J. Culham;

That the report considered in Committee of the Whole, In Camera, and the Recommendations approved, be adopted.

Carried 76-162

Moved by Councillor K. G. Whillans,
Seconded by Councillor M. H. Spence;

That By-law Number 111-76, a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held May 13, 1976, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 76-163

Moved by Councillor M. L. Dobkin,
Seconded by Councillor D. J. Culham;

That Council now adjourn to meet again Thursday, May 27, 1976, at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 76-164

After singing the National Anthem, Council adjourned at 7:05 p.m.


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