THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

JUNE 10, 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 G. M. Robinson recited the opening prayer.

All members were present except Councillor M. L. Dobkin who arrived at 1:40 p.m.; Councillor W. J. Hunter who arrived at 1:35 p.m.; Councillor R. A. Searle who arrived at 1:35 p.m.; Councillor M. H. Spence who arrived at 1:40 p.m. and Councillor H. R. Wolf who was absent due to other municipal business.

Moved by Councillor D. J. Culham,
Seconded by Councillor J. R. Whitehead;

That the Agenda be approved.

Carried 76-179

Moved by Councillor D. J. Culham,
Seconded by Councillor J. R. Whitehead;

That the Minutes of the meeting held May 27, 1976, be adopted as amended.

Carried 76-180

 

DELEGATION

a) Mr. William C. Lawrence, Q.C., appeared before Council with respect to Plan of Subdivision 21T-24574 (Darcel Construction) in the City of Brampton. Mr. Lawrence requested that his client be allowed to register his Plan of Subdivision prior to the finalization of engineering.

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

That the request of Darcel Construction regarding registration of 21T-24574 prior to finalization of engineering, be referred to Public Works Committee for a report.

Carried 76-181

 

COMMUNICATIONS

a) The Honourable Wm. G. Davis responding to the Regional Chairman's letter with respect to the Region of Peel's application for a loan for road improvements.

Received.

b) Councillor D. J. Culham enclosing a letter from James A. Walker, President - Peel Condominium Corporation No. 31, with respect to water and sanitary sewer charges.

Received and referred to Public Works and Administration and Finance Committees.

Reply of the Chief Administrative Officer to Councillor Culham with respect to Peel Condominium No. 31 water and sanitary sewer charges. Received and referred to Public Works and Administration and Finance Committees.

c) Memorandum from the Regional Clerk with respect to Item 1 of the Planning Committee - Plan of Subdivision 21T-76015.

Received.

d) Memorandum from the Regional Clerk with respect to Item 20 of the Administration and Finance Committee - Apportionment of the Regional Levy to the Area Municipalities.

Received.

e) Memorandum from the Regional Clerk with respect to re-opening of the question of renaming Airport Road.

Received.

f) The Minister of Colleges and Universities responding to Council's resolution with respect to opening an Industrial Training Branch in Peel.

Received.

g) The Regional Chairman responding to the letter from the Premier with respect to the matter of Children in Trouble.

Received.

Moved by Councillor D. J. Culham,
Seconded by Councillor J. R. Whitehead;

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

Carried 76-182

REPORTS

a) Regional Chairman.

Nil.

b) Chief Administrative Officer.

CAO-76-28 - SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT FLOWERTOWN SHOPPING CENTRE LIMITED AND TIP TOP CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED (c.o.b. as Darcel Construction Company) CITY OF BRAMPTON FILE: 21T-24574.

RECOMMENDATION CAO-26-76:

That the necessary by-law authorizing execution of a Subdivision Agreement dated November 24, 1975, between Flowertown Shopping Centre Limited and Tip Top Construction Company Limited (c.o.b. as Darcel Construction Company), the Corporation of the City of Brampton, the Regional Municipality of Peel and the Mortgagees registered on title with respect to Plan of Subdivision 21T-24574 be presented to Council.

Approved 76-183-1

c) Committees.

PW-76-11 PUBLIC WORKS meeting June 1,1976.

Pursuant to Resolution 76-168-24 the matter of renaming Airport Road was reconsidered.

CW-96-76:

Moved by Councillor M. L. Dobkin;

That the suggested renaming of the portion of Airport Road which is in the City of Mississauga, to Frank McKechnie Boulevard, be referred to the City of Mississauga.

Carried 76-183-2

RECOMMENDATION PW-159-76:

That the necessary by-law be presented to Council assuming as Regional roads those portions of Thomas Street and Erin Mills Parkway as diverted and removing from the system the existing alignments, and, that upon the approval of the said by-law by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, a payment of $16,000.00 be made to the City of Mississauga as agreed in lieu of resurfacing Thomas Street, subject to the source of funds being identified in the 1976 Current Budget for Transportation Services before the payment is made.

Approved 76-183-3

RECOMMENDATION PW-160-76:

That the necessary documents be executed to lift that portion of the one foot reserve shown as Part 5 on Plan 43R4008 to allow one access to the residual building lot owned by Robt. Tripp, located in the West Half of Lot 9, Concession 6 W.H.S. (Winston Churchill Boulevard).

Approved 76-183-4

RECOMMENDATION PW-161-76:

That a by-law be enacted to prohibit U-Turns on the Queensway West at the easterly entrance to the Mississauga Hospital.

Approved 76-183-5

RECOMMENDATION PW-162-76:

That the lands described in Deeds of Conveyance to The Regional Municipality of Peel, listed as Schedule "A" to Report Number 24 of the Commissioner of Public Works dated May 20, 1976, be dedicated for Public Highway purposes.

Approved 76-183-6

RECOMMENDATION PW-163-76:

That the following Resolution 76-135-13 be reconsidered:

"That the Vidlow Construction Limited offer of $25,000.00 towards the $58,000.00 cost of constructing a sanitary sewer on Autumn Breeze Drive and Harborn Road not be accepted;

And further, that the alternative route across the Mary Fix Creek to the west branch of the Cooksville Creek trunk sewer be used to provide a sanitary sewer outlet for proposed Plan of Subdivision T75209."

Approved 76-183-7

Councillor D. J. Culham presented a summary of the new ballot with respect to the construction of sanitary sewers in the Oakridge are of Mississauga.

Referred to the Public Works Committee.

RECOMMENDATION PW-164-76:

That the residents of Obeck Crescent make a final determination by June 4, 1976 as to their wish to have sanitary sewers installed as a local improvement in 1976 and that the tender closing date for the local improvement sanitary sewer project in the Oakridges area be deferred until June 16, 1976.

Approved 76-183-8

RECOMMENDATION PW-165-76:

That the Region of Peel make application for a Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation grant toward the cost of developing a Regional Water Plan.

Approved 76-183-9

RECOMMENDATION PW-166-76:

That no charges for Solid Waste Disposal be made to individuals entering landfill sites with solid waste contained in cars, small trailers, pickup trucks (up to 3/4 tons) and vans (up to 3/4 tons);

And further, that all other larger vehicles entering landfill sites with solid waste be charged according to the ticket schedule outlined in the Commissioner's report of March 22, 1976, regardless of source of waste.

Approved 76-183-10

RECOMMENDATION PW-167-76:

That the City of Mississauga be advised that the Region of Peel has no current proposals for the acquisition of any lands forming part of the Springbank Road - North Sheridan Way Sanitary Landfill Site;

And further, that the City also be advised that the Region is proceeding with the proposal to fill the Pinchin and Magic Meadows lands basically in conformity with the contour plan submitted to the City on March 11, 1976, and as presented to the Environmental Hearing Board in January and February of this year.

Approved 76-183-11

RECOMMENDATION PW-168-76:

That the Solid Waste Management Study, Volume 2, Final Report and Master Plan as prepared by Proctor & Redfern, Consulting Engineers, dated December, 1975, be received;

And further, that the Region adopt the following as a policy statement of Solid Waste Management:

1. An adequate and functional Solid Waste Management Program is necessary to serve the citizens of the Regional Municipality of Peel;

2. The Region will co-operate with and co-ordinate the functions of the Area Municipalities in collection and haul of solid waste to Regional disposal facilities;

3. The Region will establish disposal and transfer facilities within the Region to equitably serve the citizens of the Region in the most economical and environmentally acceptable means available;

4. Solid waste landfilling is the only means of disposal available for the immediate future. Landfill site (s) will be provided by the Region that are efficiently designed and operated to protect the environment and the public health of the community;

5. Resource recovery and recycling from solid waste generated in the Region is a desirable goal to protect the supply of natural resources and energy, and to minimize the impact of solid waste disposal on the environment. A program to initiate resource recovery facilities, compatible with the financial means of the Region and available markets for recovered resources, will be actively pursued;

6. Recycling of solid waste materials separated at source and collected and marketed by local private organizations or Area Municipalities is commended at this time and will be encouraged when compatible with the aims of the Regional waste management program;

7. Any programs aimed at the reduction in the quantities of solid waste generated will be supported;

8. The Region is prepared to co-operate with the Province and the adjoining Regions in development of solid waste management programs to the mutual benefit of all parties;

And further, that based on the aforementioned Policy Statement, the following Master Plan form the basis of the Regional Waste Management Program:

1. Collection and Direct Haul of Residential Wastes will remain the responsibility of the Area Municipalities, with this function coordinated into the overall system of the Region. This service should be performed by private organizations under contract to the Municipalities as at present. Industrial and commercial solid waste collection should continue to be handled by the private sector;

2. A new Regional landfill site located adjacent to Second Line west of Hurontario Street, and south of Britannia Road, should be established as soon as possible and operated by the Region to provide disposal facilities for all wastes currently landfilled which are generated in the Region. The required site area to provide capacity for about eight years is approximately 200 acres;

3. Landfill site(s) should be developed in co-operation with the appropriate Parks and Recreation Department for ultimate development as parkland or open space;

4. Immediately following the establishment of the new Regional landfill site (point 2 above), all other landfill sites currently operating within the Region be closed and the areas suitably finished;

5. The landfill sites currently being operated in the Town of Caledon be replaced by three transfer stations operated by the Region and suitably located to provide reasonable direct haul distances for the citizens of Caledon;

6. The Region of Peel be responsible for the costs of operating the transfer stations, and the transfer haul costs associated therewith;

7. Detailed negotiations will be carried out with potential users of materials and/or energy derived from processing solid waste within the Region to determine firm market commitments for such commodities. Specifically, approaches should be made to St. Lawrence Cement Company Ltd., Reed Paper Limited, I.K.O. Industries Limited, and Domtar Construction Materials Limited;

8. Based on successful results from the negotiations outlined above, "Request for Proposal" documents are to be prepared for issue in 1976. The Request for Proposals should call for the construction and operation of high recovery solid waste processing facilities;

9. The "front end" solid waste processing plant for Peel now being studied by the Ministry of the Environment as part of a proposed Province-wide solid waste management program will be evaluated along with other proposals received;

10. Following a detailed evaluation of the proposals received, formal negotiations with the successful proposer(s) and the Ministry of the Environment will be made, concluding with a formal contract by late 1977 with a view to having the facilities in operation by 1980;

11. A continuous evaluation program is to be instituted on all facets of the Waste Management Program, and on new technological developments in the field. In this way, new methods and equipment can be incorporated into the program when circumstances warrant;

12. The Region will establish an equitable user charge rate to be applied to all users at any of the disposal facilities under the control of the Region;

13. Specialized solid wastes which are produced in large volumes such as fly ash, sewage sludge and possibly special liquid wastes will be handled independently from the Regional solid waste management program, including applications for approval and the provision of disposal facilities. The Region will co-operate in the disposal of such wastes only to the extent that the waste can be economically handled by Regional facilities;

And further, that copies of the Waste Management Study be distributed to the Area Municipalities and all public libraries within the Region. Copies of the Study may be made available to the public for the following fees:

Volume 1- Identification of the Problem - $20.00
Volume 1- Appendices - 10.00
Volume 2 - Final Report and Master Plan - 25.00
Volume 2 - Appendix 3 - 10.00

Sections 2, 4, and 5 of Recommendation PW-168-76 regarding the Master Plan for the Regional Waste Management Programme were dealt with separately.

Recorded votes on Sections 2, 4, and 5 were requested by Councillor H. M. McCallion.

2. A new Regional landfill site located adjacent to Second Line west of Hurontario Street, and south of Britannia Road, should be established as soon as possible and operated by the Region to provide disposal facilities for all wastes currently landfilled which are generated in the Region. The required site area to provide capacity for about eight years is approximately 200 acres;

In favour: Archdekin, Clarkson, Culham, Dalzell, Hunter, Kolb, Miller, Raeburn, Robinson, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 12.
   
Opposed: Dobkin, Kennedy, McCallion, McKechnie, Murray, Spence.
  Total 6.
   
Absent: Searle, Wolf.
  Total 2.

Section 2 of Recommendation PW-168-76 was approved. 76-183-12

Councillor C. J. Killaby declared a conflict of interest and refrained from voting and discussion.

4. Immediately following the establishment of the new Regional landfill site (point 2 above), all other landfill sites currently operating within the Region be closed and the areas suitably finished;

In favour: Archdekin, Clarkson, Culham, Dalzell, Hunter, Kolb, Miller, Murray, Raeburn, Robinson, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 13.
   
Opposed: Dobkin, Kennedy, McCallion, McKechnie, Searle, Spence.
  Total 6.
   
Absent: Wolf.
  Total 1.

Section 4 of Recommendation PW-168-76 was approved. 76-183-13

Councillor C. J. Killaby declared a conflict of interest and refrained from voting and discussion.

5. The landfill sites currently being operated in the Town of Caledon be replaced by three transfer stations operated by the Region and suitably located to provide reasonable direct haul distances for the citizens of Caledon;

In favour: Archdekin, Clarkson, Culham, Dalzell, Dobkin, Hunter, Kolb, McKechnie, Miller, Murray, Raeburn, Robinson, Spence, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 16.
   
Opposed: Kennedy, McCallion, Searle.
  Total 3.
   
Absent: Wolf.
  Total 1.

Section 5 of Recommendation PW-168-76 was approved. 76-183-14

Councillor C. J. Killaby declared a conflict of interest and refrained from voting and discussion.

The remainder of Recommendation PW-168-76 was then approved. 76-183-15


Councillor C. J. Killaby declared a conflict of interest and refrained from voting and discussion.

RECOMMENDATION PW-169-76:

That the offer from Romolo and Maria Ciciotti in the amount of $69,525, for the outright purchase of the lands shown as Part Number 64 on Reference Plan 43R-709, being also part of Lot 1, Plan B- 27, required in connection with the construction of The Queensway (Regional Road No. 20) from Cawthra Road to Highway No. 10 be accepted, and that the Property Section be authorized to complete the transaction.

Approved 76-183-16

RECOMMENDATION PW-170-76:

That inasmuch as road widenings are not urgently required from land owned by Wilfred Rueben Domm, on the northeast corner of Regional Road 10 (Fifth Line West) and Regional Road 11 (Credit Forks Road), west of Belfountain, the Property Section be authorized to negotiate for the outright purchase to a maximum of $25,000.00 and that failing a settlement, negotiations cease.

Approved 76-183-17

RECOMMENDATION PW-171-76:

That the Estate of James Russell Erwin be compensated in the amount of $2,808.00 for 0.351 acres of land in the East Half of Lot 9, Concession 9 N.D., Township of Toronto Gore, shown as Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R1649, required in connection with the widening of Regional Road No. 8 (The Gore Road), together with reasonable legal fees to be determined;

And further, that the agreement be accepted and approved and that the Property Section be instructed to complete the transaction, with the cost thereof being charged to the 1975 Capital Budget appropriation for Land for Future Works.

Approved 76-183-18

RECOMMENDATION PW-172-76:

That the following Resolution 76-112-12 be reconsidered:

"That an environmental assessment be prepared as part of the agreement for engineering services on that portion of The Queensway between Cawthra Road and Highway 10 and submitted to the Ministry of the Environment for comments, subject to budget implications and the availability of subsidy."

Approved 76-183-19

CW-97-76:

Moved by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

That the decision to have McCormack, Rankin and Associates do the Environmental Assessment of the Queensway from Highway #10 to Cawthra Road be rescinded and that a firm not connected with the current engineering be recommended.

Carried 76-183- 20

RECOMMENDATION PW-173-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That Metropolitan Toronto and the Borough of Etobicoke be requested to consider the construction of an additional lane westbound on Rexdale Boulevard from the terminus of the newly constructed six lane section to the "Y" intersection of Rexdale Boulevard and Old Malton Road, in order to alleviate the traffic congestion in that location;

And further, that the Commissioner of Public Works meet representatives of Metropolitan Toronto and the Borough of Etobicoke to discuss the problem with a view to having it corrected this year.

Approved 76-183- 21

RECOMMENDATION PW-174-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That all meetings of standing committees be held on Tuesdays of the appropriate committee weeks of each month until September 1, 1976;

And further, that the meetings be held in the following order:

i) Public Works
ii) Planning
iii) Social Services
iv) Administration and Finance

Approved 76-183- 22

SS-76-6 - SOCIAL SERVICES meeting June 1,1976.

It was noted that Councillor M. H. Spence was absent from the meeting of June 1,1976, due to other Municipal Business.

RECOMMENDATION SS-44-76:

That Staff prepare a report on the subject of the Architectural Selection and Management Services Selection Processes for presentation at the next Peel Non-Profit Housing and Administration and Finance Committee meetings.

Approved 76-183-23

RECOMMENDATION SS-45-76:

That the policy regarding the maintenance support programme for deserted wives applying for General Assistance outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated May 4,1976, be adopted recognizing that reverse action will be taken as the law permits, against a deserting wife when the father is left as sole support husband.

Approved 76-183-24

RECOMMENDATION SS-46-76:

That the rate for the continued care of persons in a Senior Citizen Satellite home programme in Peel be $14.25 per diem effective April 1,1976.

Approved 76-183-25

RECOMMENDATION SS-47-76

That the Chairman of the Social Services Committee prepare a response to the letter from the Minister of Community and Social Services dated April 8, 1976, commenting on the Region's policy of restricting admissions to Homes for the Aged, explaining the circumstances which necessitated the policy of restricting admissions to Homes for the Aged and the impact of this policy being rescinded.

Approved 76-183-26

RECOMMENDATION SS-48-76

That the following resolution 76-40-35 be rescinded and that the Province be advised of this action:

"That a policy be adopted whereby admissions to Peel Manor and Sheridan Villa are restricted to those persons who have resided in Peel for one year or to parents of persons who have resided in Peel for at least one year;

And further, that this policy be brought to the attention of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Community and Social Services with a request for both clarification of present Provincial policy and a report on the Province's future plans in this area for Peel."

Approved 76-183-27

RECOMMENDATION SS-49-76:

That the Province of Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services be kept informed of the needs of the senior citizens of Peel and be requested to review with staff ways and means of meeting these needs and developing with staff a programme geared to the growth of the Peel population;

And further, that staff continue to develop a programme to ensure that the person most in need receive priority in admittance to Sheridan Villa or Peel Manor and co-ordinate the delivery of services to those applying for admittance to a Home for the Aged but unable to be received due to lack of accommodation.

Approved 76-183-28

RECOMMENDATION SS-50-76:

That in view of the direction given by the Minister of Community and Social Services concerning the necessity of the Region to conform to the standard of the universal admissions to the Homes for the Aged under the Canada Assistance Plan the following position be taken:

1) that Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation amend its legislation to enable it to provide capital funds for this program;

2) that the Ministry of Community and Social Services concentrate upon providing for the operating cost of such establishments;

3) that the Province of Ontario and the Dominion of Canada take immediate action to see to the provision for the construction and operation of the third and fourth Homes for the Aged in Peel to meet growing demands for service being placed upon the growing community.

Approved 76-183-29

RECOMMENDATION SS-51-76:

That the Ministry of Community and Social Services be requested to reopen negotiations on the agreement between the Province of Ontario and the Dominion of Canada concerning cost-sharing under the Canada Assistance Plan with a view to providing federal financial assistance to the Region for Children in Trouble whose care has been charged to the Region under the Juvenile Delinquent's Act, the intent of this request being to establish an equity between the assistance offered in Ontario to that given now to the Province of Nova Scotia.

Approved 76-183-30

P-76-11 PLANNING meeting June 3,1976.

RECOMMENDATION P-132-76:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to Amendment #14 to the Official Plan of the former Albion Caledon East Planning Area;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated May 12, 1976, be sent to the Town of Caledon and the Ministry of Housing for information.

Approved 76-183-31

RECOMMENDATION P-133-76:

That the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga and the Town of Caledon be urged to pass the appropriate resolutions to implement the municipal incentive grant programme and that the resolutions be forwarded as soon as possible to the attention of:

Mr. E. J. Whaley,
Corporate Secretariat,
Ministry of Housing,
14th Floor, 101 Bloor Street West,
TORONTO, Ontario.

Approved 76-183-32

RECOMMENDATION P-134-76:

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

1) an Engineering Agreement being entered into between the Region, the City of Mississauga and the Developers to establish exact requirements for the installation of water services;

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

3) that provision be made in any amending By-Law for site development plan and landscaping plan approval by the City of Mississauga prior to issuance of a building permit to the satisfaction of the City;

4) consideration of a requirement for the establishment of a private day care centre within the proposed development;

5) copies of the Commissioner of Planning's report of April 27, 1976 on this matter being forwarded to the Secretary of the Ontario Municipal Board, City of Mississauga and the Ministry of Housing;

And further, that the Planning Department Staff and the Regional Solicitor be authorized to attend the Ontario Municipal Board Hearings to give evidence in support of the Regional conditions.

Approved 76-183-33

Councillors H. M. McCallion, C. M. Murray and M. L. Dobkin declared a conflict of interest and refrained from voting and discussion on the matter.

AF-76-10 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting June 3, 1976.

RECOMMENDATION AF-126-76:

That the Region withdraw its appeal against the Land Division Committee Decision related to Kaneff Construction Limited (file "B" 64/76-M) and that the Land Division Committee and the Ontario Municipal Board be so advised.

Approved 76-183-34

RECOMMENDATION AF-127-76:

That Caledon Cedars Development Limited (21T-23298) pay Regional lot levies on the basis of the pre-February 19, 1976 policy with the appropriate adjustment for indexing.

Approved 76-183-35

RECOMMENDATION AF-128-76:

That the Regional levies payable by the Shipp Corporation Limited with respect to the current rezoning application for the south-west corner of Bloor Street and Dixie Road be set at $85,785.57 as of June 1, 1976 and that this amount be subject to indexing adjustments in accordance with Council's established policy.

Approved 76-183-36

Prior to consideration of AF-129-76 the Clerk noted that at the Administration and Finance Committee meeting held June 3, 1976 a recorded vote with respect to Recommendation AF- 129-76 was taken as follows:

In favour: Culham, Miller, Murray, Whillans, Whitehead, Yarrow.
  Total 6.
   
Opposed: Dobkin,
  Total 1.
   
Absent: Killaby, McCallion.
  Total 2.

Recommendation AF-129-76 was then dealt with in two parts:

RECOMMENDATION AF-129-76:

That resolution 76-149-2 related to the imposition of Regional lot levies be rescinded, thereby bringing the preMay 13,1976 policy back into effect which states:

6-1 (c) "Development imposts will be applicable to all plans of subdivision, all divisions of land and all rezoning approvals where greater densities are being created."
   
Page 7 LAND SEVERANCE- LEVY POLICY
  "Regional levies (and presumably Area Municipal Levies) should not apply if the purpose for which the consent/permission is being sought does not result in increasing the development potential of the land affected (applicable to subdivision agreements or severances)."

The first part of Recommendation AF-129-76 was approved. 76-183-37

And further, that subject to the Region obtaining an independent legal opinion with respect to the revisions of the lot levy policy cited hereunder, that the following amendment to the Fiscal Policy Guidelines be adopted for implementation on June 10, 1978:

"That Clause 6-1 (c) of the Interim Fiscal Policy Guidelines adopted by Council on December 12, 1974, be amended to read as follows: Regional Levies for residential uses shall be paid with respect to all plans of subdivision and all divisions of land and all rezoning approvals provided that a credit will be allowed for dwelling units existing on the site(s) at the time, respectively, of plan registration or issuance of land division consent or Ontario Municipal Board approval of a rezoning application.

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

And further, that the present policy and the amendment to take effect two years hence provide that in the event any prepayment of Regional levies, such prepayment shall be credited to the amount of the Regional levy due upon issuance, as applicable, of a building permit or of a land division consent certificate.

The second part of Recommendation AF-129-76 was deferred on the basis that the matter is before the courts in the Dunbar Meadows case. 76-183-38

The Solicitor was requested to advise Council of the decision of the Divisional Court as soon as it is available.

RECOMMENDATION AF-130-76:

That Council Resolutions 76-91-56 and 76-149-40 be rescinded and that Mr. H. Molly pay regional lot levies on the basis of the pre-February 19, 1976 policy.

Approved 76-183-39

RECOMMENDATION AF-131-76:

That the following resolution from the Township of Amaranth be endorsed:

"Whereas the Ministry of Agriculture and Food have increased the interest rates on tile drainage debentures from 4% to 6% and whereas the Ministry of Agriculture and Food have restricted what amounts of money available to any rural municipality for tile drainage loans;

Therefore, be it resolved that the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Amaranth request the Ministry of Agriculture and Food to remove the restriction of money available for tile drainage loans as tile drainage of farm land is necessary for the economic production of agricultural products;

And be it further resolved the the Township of Amaranth seek endorsation and support of this resolution from all rural municipal councils of the Province of Ontario."

Approved 76- 183-40

RECOMMENDATION AF-132-76:

That the procedures for reconsideration of a matter before Council as outlined in the report of the Regional Clerk dated May 28,1976 as amended by the Administration and Finance Committee, be approved and that the necessary by-law to amend the Procedural By-law 9-74 be presented to Council.

Approved 76-183-41

RECOMMENDATION AF-133-76:

That By-laws 86-76, 87-76, and 98-76 be superseded by similar by-laws to apportion the total municipal share of the following projects to the City of Mississauga:

a) The St. Peter's Anglican Church Slope Stabilization Capital Project to be carried out by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority;

b) The Memorial Island Park Erosion Control Capital Project to be carried out by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority; and

c) The Sheridan Creek Channelization Capital Project to be carried out by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority.

Approved 76-183-42

RECOMMENDATION AF-134-76:

That the following redeployment of funds pursuant to By-law 181-75, be approved:

Amount - $20,000.00
 
Transfer From - Public Works - Waste Management
Site B
Account No. 704-4433-2570 (Cover Material)
 
Transfer To - Public Works- Waste Management
  Site B
  Account No. 704-4433-3859 (Leachate Disposal)

Approved 76-183-43

Prior to moving out of the Committee of the Whole the Chairman advised that he had arranged a meeting with the Minister of Agriculture on June 22, 1976 to discuss the preservation of farmland in Peel.

Councillor Killaby also announced that Deleuw, Cather Company Limited would be making its presentation regarding the realignment of Derry Road around the Village of Meadowvale at the Parkway Belt West hearings on June 22, 1976.

CW-98-76:

Moved by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 76-183-44

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

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

Carried 76-183

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an engineering agreement to provide public utilities to a development by Viewgate Investments, west of Hurontario Street and north of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Mississauga was considered.

Moved by Councillor G. M. Robinson,
Seconded by Councillor A. C. Raeburn;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute an Engineering Agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Viewgate Investments, various mortgagees, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service a multiple residential development, Endor-Hanson Road Extension, located west of Hurontario Street and north of the Canadian Pacific Railway, in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 76-184

b) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an engineering agreement to provide public utilities to a development by Pitfield Construction Limited, T-24676, north of Dundas Street and west of Tomken Road, Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor G. M. Robinson,
Seconded by Councillor A. C. Raeburn;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute an Engineering Agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Pitfield Construction Limited, mortgagees, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service a residential subdivision, T-24676, located north of Dundas Street and west of Tomken Road, in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 76-185

c) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the construction of a 10 inch diameter sanitary sewer on Highway 50 in the Town of Caledon, was considered.

Moved by Councillor A. C. Raeburn,
Seconded by Councillor G. M. Robinson;

That the contract for the construction of approximately 510 lineal feet of 10 inch diameter sanitary sewer on Highway 50 in the Town of Caledon be awarded to Savini Construction Co. Ltd. for their tender price of $21,201.00, this being the lowest tender received, subject to Ontario Municipal Board approval being received.

Carried 76-186

d) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the relocation of a 15 inch diameter sanitary sewer in the Elmbank Road area, City of Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor A. C. Raeburn,
Seconded by Councillor G. M. Robinson;

That the contract for the relocation of 825 lineal feet of 15 inch diameter sanitary sewer in the Elmbank Road area of the City of Mississauga be awarded to Gerry Macera Contractors Ltd. for their tender price of $18,455.00 this being the lowest tender received.

Carried 76-187

e) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the construction of a 6 inch watermain on Henderson, Leonard and David Streets in Bolton, was considered.

Moved by Councillor J. R. Whitehead,
Seconded by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That the tender received from Savini Construction Company Limited, in the amount of $13,575.00, for the construction of a 6 inch watermain on Henderson, Leonard and David Streets in Bolton, a distance of 990 feet more or less, be accepted and that the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents;

And further, that the sum of $7,860.00 be reallocated from the 1975 Miscellaneous Watermains budget item and financed by the 1975 Ontario Municipal Board Bulk Approval.

Carried 76-188

f) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the construction of an 8 inch and 12 inch watermain on Mississauga Road between Eglinton Avenue and Burnhamthorpe Road, was considered.

Moved by Councillor C. J. Killaby,
Seconded by Councillor E. V. Kolb;

That the tender received from Ravane Construction Company Limited, in the amount of $64,396.00, for the construction of an 8 inch and 12 inch watermain on Mississauga Road between Eglinton Avenue and Burnhamthorpe Road, be accepted and the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents, subject to Ontario Municipal Board approval;

And further, that the sum of $8,700.00 be taken from the budget item for the Mississauga Road watermain from Embleton Road southerly, which was cancelled and that this extra cost be funded by reducing the 1976 bulk application for waterworks purposes by the amount of the extra cost, and an application be made to the Ontario Municipal Board for approval of an extra $8,700.00 for this project and By-law 179-75 be amended to reflect the extra cost.

Carried 76-189

g) A report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance submitting an updated By-law to apportion the Regional Levy to Area Municipalities requested by the Administration and Finance Committee, was considered.

Moved by Councillor K. G. Whillans,
Seconded by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

That a by-law to adopt estimates of all sums required during the year 1976 for the purposes of the Regional Corporation and to provide a levy on Area Municipalities, as proposed in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated June 9, 1976, be approved for presentation to Council.

Carried 76-190

h) A report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to Proposed Plan of Subdivision 21T- 76015B, City of Brampton, Coliseum Construction - requested by the Planning Committee, was considered.

Moved by Councillor K. G. Whillans,
Seconded by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

That the Regional Council draft approve plan of subdivision 21T-76015B, owned by G. and M. Neudoerffer with conditions attached as Schedule "D" and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan at such time as an appropriate Official Plan Amendment specifying the permissible residential densities for this site is processed by the City of Brampton and approved by the Ministry of Housing.

Carried 76-191

i) The following resolution was dealt with as a result of the approval of Recommendation PW- 163-76;

Moved by Councillor D. J. Culham,
Seconded by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That sanitary sewers and private drain connections be constructed on Harborn Road from Grange Drive to Autumn Breeze Drive and on Autumn Breeze Drive in the City of Mississauga, at a total estimated cost of $58,000.00 as set out in the report of the Commisisoner of Public Works dated May 21, 1976, and that the necessary by-law be presented to Council authorizing the work as a local improvement on petition;

And further, that the work be financed through debentures from the 'Local Improvement Sanitary Sewer' allocation in the 1976 Capital Budget;

And further that resolution 76-135-13 be rescinded.

Carried 76-192

j) The following resolution arising out of the Administration and Finance Minutes regarding the reinstatement of water meter reading cards was considered.

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor J. J. Yarrow;

Motion arising out of Administration and Finance Committee Report A motion to restore the Customer Water/Sewer Reading Card.

Whereas it was the practice for the Region of Peel to send out water meter cards once in the process of billing and whereas that practice gave the water customer a better indication during the billing year of his water usage and,

Whereas the customer in order to better regulate and conserve his water usage should know what his actuals are at least twice per year; Therefore, be it resolved, that the Region of Peel restore the practice of water/sewer card reading by the customer for the next water billing cycle;

And further, that each household be sent a notice informing them of this change and an explanation of how it will work;

And further, that instead of placing the onus on the householder to ask for a reading billing card, the onus be on the Region to send them out and incorporate this procedure into the billing process;

And further, that should a person not wish to read his card, the estimating process already in practice would apply.

Carried 76-193


BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor H. E. Kennedy,
Seconded by Councillor E. V. Kolb;

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 118-76 to 132-76 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 76-194

By-law 118-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute a Subdivision Agreement with Flowertown Shopping Centre Limited and Tip Top Construction Company Limited (c.o.b. as Darcel Construction Company), the Corporation of the City of Brampton and the Mortgagees registered on title.

By-law 119-76 - To authorize the construction of a 24 inch watermain on Eglinton Avenue in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $250,000.00.

By-law 120-76 - To authorize the construction of a 6 inch watermain on Church Street in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $15,700.00.

By-law 121-76 - To amend the by-law adopting a plan of County road improvement and establishing a County road system.

By-law 122-76 - To prohibit turns.

By-law 123-76 - To accept and assume lands.

By-law 124-76 - To amend By-law Number 9-74.

By-law 125-76 - To apportion the total municipal share of the cost of the St. Peter's Anglican Church Slope Stabilization Capital Project to be carried out by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority to the City of Mississauga.

By-law 126-76 - To apportion the total municipal share of the cost of the Memorial Park Island Erosion Control Capital Project to be carried out by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority to the City of Mississauga.

By-law 127-76 - To apportion the total municipal share of the cost of the Sheridan Creek Channelization Capital Project, Clarkson Road to the C.N.R. Spur Line to be carried out by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority to the City of Mississauga.

By-law 128-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute an Engineering Agreement with Viewgate Investments Limited, the Corporation of the City of Mississauga and the Mortgagees registered on title.

By-law 129-76 - To authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute an Engineering Agreement, and necessary Easement Agreements, with Pitfield Construction Limited, the Corporation of the City of Mississauga and the Mortgagee registered on title.

By-law 130-76 - To authorize the construction of sanitary sewers on Autumn Breeze Drive and Harborn Road, Mississauga, at a total estimated cost of $58,000.00.

By-law 131-76 - To adopt estimates for all sums required during the year 1976 for the Regional Corporation and to provide a levy on Area Municipalities.

By-law 132-76 - To amend By-law Number 179-75.

RESOLUTIONS

Moved by Councillor A. C. Raeburn,
Seconded by Councillor D. J. Culham;

That whereas the Region of Peel and its three member municipalities are hard pressed to meet Public Works expenditures;

And whereas it has been argued that the aggregate producers of the Region are inadequately assessed on their operations and holdings in the Region;

Be it resolved that the appropriate Regional Staff arrange that a comprehensive report be provided to the Council on the current assessments of all licensed and designated aggregate holdings and operations within the Region of Peel.

Carried 76-195

ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor H. M. McCallion enquired regarding the status of the installation of "No Parking" signs on Britannia Road from the Credit River to Mississauga Road. The Commissioner of Public Works stated that he would investigate the matter.

b) Councillor H. M. McCallion enquired regarding the type of notice to be given residents advising of the public meeting on the proposed landfill site to be held on June 22, 1976 at 7:30 p.m. The Commissioner of Public Works advised that the meeting was to be advertised in the newspapers. It was suggested that notices should be placed in shopping plazas in the Streetsville Area.

c) Councillor F. J. McKechnie enquired as to the progress of the encephalitis mosquito spraying program and also asked that the Health Unit be requested to investigate the Mimico Creek in Malton as a possible problem area.

d) Councillor F. J. McKechnie requested that copies of the following documents be made available to him:

i) The Region's submission to the Parkway Belt West hearings.
ii) The Municipal Advisory Committee's report on the Parkway Belt West Plan.
iii) The Commissioner of Planning's report of July 17, 1975 regarding exemptions from the Parkway Belt West Plan.

e) Councillor M. H. Spence requested that Council be informed of the status of the legal suit the Region is presently involved in and in particular the amount of fees owing to date.

f) Councillor D. J. Culham requested that certain Mississauga traffic by-laws recently submitted to the Region be considered at the next Public Works Committee meeting.

g) Councillor T. P. Miller enquired regarding the progress on the reconstruction of Steeles Avenue. He was advised that approval had been received for the grade separation and that initial plans and property acquisition would commence this year. Upon Councillor Miller's enquiry he was also advised that the reconstruction of Dixie Road, Derry Road to Steeles Avenue had recently gone out to tender.

Moved by Councillor C. J. Killaby,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

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

Carried 76-196

REPORTS

AF-76-10 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting June 3, 1976.

RECOMMENDATION AF-135-76:

This recommendation was amended to read:

That effective June 24, 1976, the scales for single lettered and for double lettered salary grades be increased by the following percentages:

Grades A to C 0%
Grades E to O 5%
Grades Q to V 8%
Grades AA to LL 8%


And further, that Grades "D" and "P" be deleted from the schedule and that Grade " be incorporated into Grade "V";

And further, that current employees whose individual salary is beyond the normal salary grade for their respective position, receive an increase up to the amount of the appropriate maximum step of their salary grade.

Approved 76-197-1

CW-99-76:

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion,

That the Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to introduce a Dental Plan in 1976 to provide:

a) comprehensive dental services (on an approved basis) and on a coinsurance basis (50-50).

b) monthly premiums be co-shared (50-50). provided 75% of eligible Non-Union employees agree to enrol.

Carried 76-197-2

The Committee of the Whole also considered a report from the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to expropriations on Airport Road Plan of Expropriation 387267VS.

CW-100-76:

Moved by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

That the necessary by-law be presented to Council authorizing the following offer for land required on Airport Road for construction purposes, Plan of Expropriation 387267VS George Dimopulos and Harry Zaremis - $5,273.00

And further, that the legal firm of Davis, Webb and Hollinrake be authorized to complete the expropriation.

Carried 76-197-3

Moved by Councillor C. J. Killaby,

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 76-197-4

Moved by Councillor C. J. Killaby,
Seconded by Councillor E. V. Kolb;

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

Carried 76-197

Moved by Councillor J. J. Yarrow,
Seconded by Councillor K. G. Whillans;

That the by-law authorized by resolution 76-197-3, being By-law Number 133-76 be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 76-198

By-Law 133-76 - with respect to the expropriation of lands in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the County of Peel).

Moved by Councillor J. J. Yarrow,
Seconded by Councillor K. G. Whillans;

That By-law Number 134-76, a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held June 10,1976, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 76-199

Moved by Councillor J. J. Yarrow,
Seconded by Councillor K. G. Whillans;

That Council now adjourn to meet again Thursday, June 24,1976, at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 76-200

After singing the National Anthem, Council adjourned at 5:35 p.m.


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