THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

SEPTEMBER 15, 1977

 

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

Councillor E. Mitchell recited the opening prayer.

All members were present except Councillor F. R. Dalzell who arrived at 2:00 p.m.; Councillor F. H. S. Hooper and Councillor E. F. Leavers who were absent on vacation and Councillor A. C. Raeburn who was absent on other municipal business.

Moved by Councillor H. M. Allan,
Seconded by Councillor H. M. McCallion;

That the minutes of the meeting held August 11,1977, be adopted.

Carried 77-316

Moved by Councillor H. M. McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor H. M. Allan;

That the Agenda be approved.

Carried 77-317

PRESENTATIONS

The Regional Chairman made a presentation of Regional Cuff-links and a Charm to the following Regional employees in recognition of long service:

Mrs. Mary Hall - Peel Manor
Mr. Cliff Barrie - Water Division, Public Works Department
Mr. Eugene Parkinson - Water Division, Public Works Department
Mr. Walter F. Hunter - Water Division, Public Works Department
Mr. D. A. Pierce - Water Finance Services, Finance Department

DELEGATION

Dr. Ruth Hussey appeared on behalf of the residents of the Rattray Marsh area regarding the Bexhill Road Pumping Station.

 

COMMUNICATIONS

a) The Honourable Dennis R. Timbrell, Minister of Health, regarding the reappointment of Dr. R. D. Appleford as Medical Officer of Health.

Received.

b) Peel Ecumenical Outreach Walk regarding their annual "walkathon" to be held in October.

Received.

It was agreed that October 1, 1977 be declared "Peel Ecumenical Outreach Walk" Day.

c) The Honourable John R. Rhodes, Minister of Housing, in response to Council's resolution (77-160-5) regarding the Region of Peel Interim Housing Policy.

Received and referred to the Commissioners of Planning and Social Services.

d) Copies of correspondence and other material related to Urban Commuter Transit.

Received.

e) Minister of Labour in response to Council's resolution (RC-6-77) regarding strikes in essential services.

Received.

f) Association of Counties and Regions of Ontario with respect to an increase in membership fees.

Received.

g) The Honourable Jean-Jacques Blais, Postmaster General in response to Council's resolution regarding difficulties experienced with the postal service.

Received.

h) The Honourable Keith C. Norton, Minister of Community and Social Services, in response to Council's resolution (77-111-43) regarding the Study of Utilization of Social Health Facilities related to Long-Term Chronic Care Users.

Received.

i) Councillor R. F. Bean on behalf of the Peel Branch, Ontario Humane Society regarding the inclusion of a pamphlet with Regional water bills.

Received.

j) Councillor J. E. Archdekin expressing thanks for assistance rendered during his period of bereavement.

Received.

 

PETITION

a) Petition for the construction of a watermain on Centennial Drive, Bolton.

Received and referred to the Public Works Committee.

Moved by Councillor H. M. Allan,
Seconded by Councillor H. M. McCallion;

That Council move into Committee of the Whole to consider reports. Carried 77-318 It was agreed to consider the Commissioner of Public Works report on the Bexhill Pumping Station, Item 13 (k) on the Agenda, in Committee of the Whole.

CW-73-77:

Moved by Councillor M. H. Spence,
Seconded by Councillor H. M. McCallion;

That Gore & Storrie Limited and Gartner Lee Associates September 1977 reports regarding the Bexhill pumping Station be received, their recommendations and construction and rehabilitation guidelines be approved and copies of the reports be forwarded to the Credit Valley Conservation Authority and local interest groups for comment;

And further, that Gore & Storrie Limited be directed to proceed with the design of the Bexhill Sewage Pumping Station at Site 3;

And further, that the Credit Valley Conservation Authority be requested to grant easement rights for the construction of the sewage pumping station on Site 3 in exchange for a Quit Claim of existing similar rights on Site 1;

And further, that a cost increase of $130,0U0.00, from $500,000.00 to $630,000.00, be authorized to cover additional costs for consultant studies, piping rearrangements associated with relocating the pumping station from Site 1 to Site 3, replacement of overhead power facilities with underground facilities, Marsh reclamation and summer 1978 construction in lieu of the originally proposed winter 1977-1978 construction. The additional funds should be provided from the 'Unallocated' portion of the 1977 Sanitary Sewer Capital Budget and finance in a manner to be determined by the Commissioner of Finance;

And further, that (Garter Lee Associates be retained as environmental consultants with responsibility to liaise with the local interest groups;

And further, that the necessary by-law to amend By-law 267-76, be authorized for presentation to Council.

Carried 77-319-1

REPORTS

Chief Administrative Officer

CAO-77-44 -SITE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT SYRNYK HOMES LIMITED, CLARENCE STREET AND RUTHERFORD ROAD CITY OF BRAMPTON

RECOMMENDATION CAO-57-77:

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a site development agreement dated August 22, 1977, between Victor Syrnyk, Olga Syrnyk and Syrnyk Homes Limitea, the City of Brampton and the Region for a commercial development located at Clarence Street and Rutherford Road in the City of Brampton.

Approved 77-319-2

CAO-77-45 -SITE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT TRICONT PROJECTS LIMITED, RUTHERFORD ROAD AND GLIDDEN ROAD, CITY OF BRAMPTON

RECOMMENDATION CAO-58-77:

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a site development agreement dated August 22, 197/, between Tricont Projects Limited, the City of Brampton, the Region and Ronald Oelbaum and Frank Laurie (mortgagees) for an industrial development located at Rutherford Road and Glidden Road in the City of Brampton.

Approved 77-319-3

CAO-77-46 - ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTANTS TO RE- PRESENT THE REGION IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF POLICE STATION NO. 12 - DIXIE ROAD AND CRESTLAWN DRIVE

RECOMMENDATION CAO-59-77:

That the Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to engage a firm of architectural consultants to oversee the construction of Police Station No. 12 at Dixie Road and Crestlawn Drive in the interest of the Regional Municipality of Peel;

And further, that the sum of up to $20,000.00 be provided from the 1976 Capital Development Fund Budget allocation to cover the cost of engaging architectural consultants; And further, that a by-law authorizing the withdrawal of capital Development Funds up to the amount of $20,000.00 be authorized for presentation to Council.

Approved 77-319-4

Committees

PW-77-12 - PUBLIC WORKS meeting September 8, 1977.

RECOMMENDATION PW-209-77:

That site 3 for the permanent Bexhill Pumping Station be approved in principle and that the resolution of Councillor McCallion presented to the Public Works Committee on September 8, 1977 be referred to the Commissioner of Public Works for a report to Council on September 15, 1977.

Dealt with under CW-73-77 77-319-5

RECOMMENDATION PW-210-77:

That the original Budget estimate for cover material for the Chinguacousy Sanitary Landfill Site be augmented by $75,400.00 from the Contingency Fund.

Approved 77-319-6

RECOMMENDATION PW-211-77:

That in accordance with previous policies adopted by Council, an exemption from a road widening dedication not be granted in connection with application "B" 123/77-M to the Land Division Committee by Alex and Stella Wandich;

And further, that the Region of Peel indicate its willingness to support a future application by Mr. and Mrs. Wandich for a minor variance which would be required to allow a severence of their property.

Approved 77-319-7

RECOMMENDATION PW-212-77:

That the Ministry of Transportation and Communications be requested to consider the following sign to direct motorists to Airport Road in the vicinity of Toronto International Airport: The top line on the sign to read "Peel Regional Road" below which would appear the standard trapezoid shape for County and Regional Road Markers, within which would be contained the word "Peel" and the number "7" below which would be the words "Airport Road".

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

In favour: Allan, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hunter, Kennedy, Kolb. Total 6. Opposed: Archdekin, Bean, Butt, McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Mitchell, Robertson, Searle, Spence, Taylor, Whillans.
  Total 12.
   
Absent: Hooper, Leavers, Raeburn.
  Total 3.

Recommendation PW-212-77 was not approved 77-319-8

The matter of the renaming of Airport Road was referred to the City of Mississauga.

RECOMMENDATION PW-213-77:

That the City of Mississauga Parks Department be requested to investigate the possibility of obtaining a park license from Ontario Hydro to possibly landscape lands owned by Ontario Hydro adjacent to The Queensway between Dixie Road and Cawthra Road and if fill be required for any grading it be supplied by the Region from the Cawthra Road grade separation project;

And further, that a decision on whether or not berming should be carried out on these lands be deferred pending receipt of the Environmental Assessment of The Queensway between Cawthra Road and Highway 10 and that means of noise abatement be considered at that time

Approved 77-319-9

RECOMMENDATION PW-214-77:

That the request of the City of Mississauga to have the two sections of The Queensway between Cawthra Road and Hurontario Street, and between Confederation Parkway and Mavis Road completed council recently be considered during the 1978 Budget deliberations.

Approved 77-319-10

RECOMMENDATION PW-215-77:

That the Region not support the resolution from the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton that the Highway Traffic Act be amended to provide for a minimum uniform speed limit of 45 kilometres per hour in urban areas, and that the said Region be so advised.

Approved 77-319-11

RECOMMENDATION PW-216-77:

That a by-law be enacted to prohibit parking on the west side of Queen Street from 165 meters north of Kerr Street to 90 meters south of Kerr Street.

Approved 77-319-12

RECOMMENDATION PW-217-77:

That the Region of Peel offer no objection to the Town of Caledon's intention to close that part of the road allowance between Lots 10 and 11 in Concession 8, former Township of Albion and shown on Plan 43R-5060 as Part 4.

Approved 77-319-13

RECOMMENDATION PW-218-77:

That the Region of Peel withdraw their objection to City of Mississauga Bylaw 23-77, a by-law closing certain portions of Stavebank Road.

Approved 77-319-14

RECOMMENDATION PW-219-77:

That The Ministry of Transportation and Communications be advised that the Region has no interest in the lands described as Part Lots 32, 33, 34 and 35, Registered Plan G-13 and Part Lots 8 and 9, Registered Plan 547, located on the east side of Southdown Road immediately north of the Canadian National Railway right of way excepting that, should the lands be disposed of to a private party or parties, the Region of Peel would request that the surplus lands be conveyed subject to certain easements in favour of the Region of Peel and the Ministry of the Environment.

Approved 77-319-15

RECOMMENDATION PW-220-77:

That where local watermain projects are to be undertaken under Section 362 of The Municipal Act, assessment of frontages of less than 100 feet be based on the actual length of frontage.

Approved 77-319-16

RECOMMENDATION PW-221-77:

That a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the construction of a 6 inch watermain on Victoria Street, Bolton, from approximately 250 feet east of James Street easterly, a distance of 910 feet more or less, at an estimated cost of $30,000.00, and that funds be provided from the 1977 Capital Budget Item for Replacement of 2 inch watermains in Bolton and financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 77-319-17

RECOMMENDATION PW-222-77:

That the size of the watermain crossing Dundas Street East approximately 630 feet east of Southcreek Road (Project 77-110.2(0) ) be changed from 6 inches diameter to 8 inches diameter, and that the estimated cost be increased to $12,250.00;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $3,250.00 be provided for this work from the 1977 Capital Budget Item for Miscellaneous Watermains (Item 77-110.2(0) ) to be financed from the Waterworks Capital Reserve Fund;

And further, that a by-law to amend By-law 106-77 be presented to Council.

Approved 77-319-18

RECOMMENDATION PW-223-77:

That an 8 inch watermain be constructed on Mississauga Road from the existing 12 inch watermain at 1,100 feet south of Embleton Road southerly, a distance of 1,800 feet more or less at an estimated cost of $43,200.00;

And further, that a portion of this work be assessed against the owners abutting the works on the basis of $6.00 per foot of frontage, with a maximum assessment of 200 feet, beyond which shall be considered deferred assessment; the annual rate per foot of frontage shall be established at $0.6809 for a period of 20 years with interest at a rate of 9 1/2%; the portion of the cost to be assessed against the owners shall be in the amount of $9,420.00; the remainder of $33,780.00 shall be the Region's share of the cost including deferred assessments;

And further, that funds in the amount of $43,200.00 be provided from the 1977 Capital Budget Item for Miscellaneous Local Improvements (Item 77101.2(0) ) to be financed by debenture, subject to Ontario Municipal Board approval, and that the necessary by-law be presented to Council authorizing the works under Section 362 of the Municipal Act.

Approved 77-319-19

RECOMMENDATION PW-224-77:

That a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the construction of a 16 inch, 18 inch, 20 inch and 24 inch watermain on Lakeshore Road in Mississauga from the existing 16 inch watermain westerly to the entrance of the Lorne Park Water Purification Plant site, a distance of 4,700 feet more or less, at an estimated cost of $254,500.00;

And further, that funds in the amount of $189,500.00 be provided from the 1977 Capital Budget Item 77-114, 16 inch watermain on Lakeshore Road, Port Credit to Lorne Park, that financing in the amount of $100,000.00 be provided from Capital Development Funds and further amount of $89,500.00 be provided from the Waterworks Capital Reserve Fund and that application be made for Ministry of the Environment and Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation grants in respect to this project.

Approved 77-319-20

RECOMMENDATION PW-225-77:

That the report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the sharing of the costs of correcting improper sewer connections be referred to the area municipalities for comment.

Approved 77-319-21

RECOMMENDATION PW-226-77:

Whereas the Planning Committee for the City of Mississauga has unanimously recommended approval of the proposed Official Plan Amendment and zoning By-law permitting the interim operation of a sanitary landfill site with ultimate use as open space and recreational area on lands known as Site "4" Britannia Road and Second Line West, subject to certain conditions;

And whereas the Ontario Municipal Board has scheduled a Hearing on the Region's application for October 25, 1977;

Therefore, be it resolved that the Regional Solicitor be requested to prepare undertakings to satisfy the conditions recommended by Mississauga Planning Committee and that these undertakings, which would bind the Region, be presented to Regional Council for consideration at its meeting to be held Thursday September 29,1977.

Approved 77-319-22

RECOMMENDATION PW-227-77:

That the Town of Caledon be requested to submit a report on roads in their municipality which have been affected by the trucks travelling to and from the Chinguacousy Landfill Site.

Approved 77-319-23

RECOMMENDATION PW-228-77:

That the Region not submit the final contours for the Chinguacousy Landfill Site to the Ministry of the Environment for approval until Caledon has made its submission to the Region on the roads affected by the site and other concerns.

Approved 77-319-24

RECOMMENDATION PW-229-77:

That the contract fee for the operation of the North Sheridan Way Sanitary Landfill Site be increased by 30¢ per ton for both municipal and industrial/commercial wastes and that the operating contract be continued with Berrill & Trustrum Limited, for one year commencing September 1, 1977, and ending August 31,1978.

Approved 77-319-25

RECOMMENDATION PW-230-77:

That an application for the funding of the Central Britannia Road Sanitary Landfill Site be forwarded to the Ontario Municipal Board, subject to the amendment to the Official Plan and Zoning By-laws of the City of Mississauga;

And further, that the City of Mississauga be requested to expedite as soon as possible the processing of the Region's application to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-laws.

Approved 77-319-26

RECOMMENDATION PW-231-77:

That sanitary sewer construction in the petitioning Greenoaks Drive area not be undertaken as a local improvement at this time, since the petition received by Council on August 11th, 1977 is not sufficiently signed for the works to be undertaken as a local improvement on petition and that the first named on the petition be advised.

Approved 77-319-27

RECOMMENDATION PW-232-77:

That the Environmental Assessment of the proposed Queensway extension from Cawthra Road to Hurontario Street by Ecologistics Limited be submitted to the Ministry of the Environment and be made available to the public.

Approved 77-319-28

Councillor P. Robertson presented a report with respect to item 36 on the Public Works Committee report.

CW-74-77:

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson;

That the matter of the filling of the ravine on the south side of 17 Sideroad west of Eighth Line East be referred back to staff for a more detailed study of the site and the implications if this private landfill site continues its present operation.

Carried 77-319-29

RECOMMENDATION PW-233-77:

That the owners of part of Lot 3, Concession 3 W.H.S. on the east side of Creditview Road Mississauga in the vicinity of the proposed Central Britannia Landfill Site, Robert N. McLaughlin and William J. McLaugnlin, be advised that the Region of Peel does not accept their offer to sell, as conveyed in their letter of July 12,1977;

And further, that the Region does not propose to purchase this property.

Approved 77-319-30

RECOMMENDATION PW-234-77:

That Brian W. Smith be compensated in the amount of $10,500.00 for 1,471 square feet of land in part of Lot 4, Registered Plan 537, shown as Part 7 on Reference Plan 43R-4071, required in connection with the widening and reconstruction of Cawthra Road, between the Queen Elizabeth Way and Dundas Street, that the Agreement be accepted and approved and that the Property Division be instructed to complete the transaction, with the cost thereof being charged to the 1975 Capital Budget appropriation for Land Acquisition, Project No. 90423-750691;

And further, that all reasonable legal and appraisal fees and Land Transfer Tax costs, incurred in connection with this transaction be accepted and approved;

And further, that the necessary by-law authorizing the Chairman and Clerk to execute the Offer to Sell document be presented to Council.

Approved 77-319-31

RECOMMENDATION PW-235-77:

That Oscar and Ruth Shank be compensated in the amount of $9,300.00 for 2,400 square feet of land being part of Lot 10, Concession 1 N.D.S., in the City of Mississauga, shown as Parts 5 and 6 on Reference Plan 43R-4070, required in connection with the widening and reconstruction of Cawthra Road, Highway No. 5 to Burnhamthorpe Road, that the Agreement be accepted and approved and that the Property Division be instructed to complete the transaction, with the cost thereof being charged to the 1975 Capital budget appropriation for Land Acquisition, Project No. 90423750691;

And further, that all reasonable legal and appraisal fees and Land Transfer Tax costs, incurred in connection with this transaction, be accepted and approved;

And further, that the necessary by-law authorizing the Chairman and Clerk to execute the Offer to Sell document be presented to Council.

Approved 77-319-32

RECOMMENDATION PW-236-77:

That the Estate of Aleksander Milovanovic and Andreja Ilich be compensated in the amount of $35,500.00 for the outright purchase of the land and building located in part of Lot 10, Concession 6 E.H.S., in the City of Mississauga, shown as Part 20 on Reference Plan 43R-3787, required in connection with the proposed widening of the Derry Road/Airport Road intersection and grade separations;

And further, that the Property Division be instructed to complete the transaction, with the cost thereof being charged to the 1975 Capital Budget appropriation for Land Acquisition, Project No. 90423-750761;

And further, that all reasonable legal and appraisal fees and Land Transfer Tax costs incurred in connection with this transaction be accepted and approved;

And further, that the necessary by-law authorizing the Chairman and Clerk to execute the Offer to Sell document, be presented to Council.

Approved 77-319-33

RECOMMENDATION PW-237-77:

That a by-law be presented to Council authorizing an offer of compensation in the amount of $42,120.00 to Imperial Oil Limited for the expropriation of lands required for road reconstruction purposes in Lot 11, Concession 7 E.H.S., City of Mississauga.

Approved 77-319-34

RECOMMENDATION PW-237-77:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel expropriate lands required for road widening purposes, shown on Reference Plan 43R-4530 as Part 7, owned by Gerald H. Marsden, and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign Forms 1, 2 and 4;

And further, that that Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel, as approving authority, approve such expropriation, and that service and publication of Notice of this Application be in accordance with the requirements of the Expropriation Act, and that any requests for Hearings be forwarded to the Chief Enquiry Officer and reported to Council for its information.

Approved 77-319-35

RECOMMENDATION PW-238-77:

That a by-law be presented to Council authorizing an offer of compensation in the amount of $57,350.00 to Gregory and Elaine Gaglione for the expropriation of lands required for road construction purposes in Lot 11, Concession 7, E.H.S. City of Mississauga.

Approved 77-319-36

RECOMMENDATION PW-240-77:

That the lands described in Deeds of Conveyance to The Regional Municipality of Peel, listed as Schedule "A", to report No. 66 of the Commissioner of Public Works be dedicated for Public Highway purposes and that the necessary by-law be presented to Council.

Approved 77-319-37

It was agreed to consider the report of the Regional Solicitor regarding the Official Plan Amendment and Rezoning application for the Central Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site, item 13 (1) on the Agenda, in Committee of the Whole.

CW-75-77:

Moved by Councillor W. J. Hunter,

That the Undertaking as stated in the report of the Regional Solicitor dated September 14, 197/ with respect to Official Plan Amendment and Rezoning for the Central Britannia Road Sanitary Landfill Site be considered at the Regional Council meeting on September 15, 1977, rather than at the Council meeting of September 29th, 1977, because of its urgency and vital importance;

And further, that since the Ontario Municipal Board has set a date in October for the Hearing of the subject matter, such an Undertaking executed under seal by the Region be presented to the Municipal Board as concrete evidence of the Region's sincere intentions to satisfy the City of Mississauga and all other concerned interests;

And further, that the Undertaking be sent to the City of Mississauga for consideration and response prior to the September 29, 1977 meeting of Regional Council.

Carried 77-319-38

P-77-11 - PLANNING meeting September 8, 1977.

RECOMMENDATION P-103-77:

That plan of subdivision 21T-75523B (Oneida Properties Limited) with respect to lands in the east half of Lot 14, Concession 3, East of Hurontario Street on the west side of Dixie Road be draft approved subject to conditions set out in Schedule "D" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977 on plan of subdivision 21T-75523B be forwarded to the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Housing for information.

Approved 77-319-39

RECOMMENDATION P-104-77:

That plan of Subdivision 21T-75524B (Wimpey Homes Limited) with respect to lands on the west side of Dixie Road approximately 1100 feet south of Steeles Avenue in the City of Brampton be draft approved subject to the conditions set out in Schedule "D" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, on plan of subdivision 21T-75524B be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 77-319-40

RECOMMENDATION P-105-77:

That plan of subdivision 21T-75525B (Torwest Properties Limited) with respect to the lands situated in the east half Lot 15 Concession 3 East of Hurontario Street at the south-west corner of Dixie Road and Steeles Avenue in the City of Brampton be draft approved subject to the conditions as set out in Schedule "D" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, on plan of subdivision 21T-75525B be forwarded to the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Housing for information.

Approved 77-319-41

RECOMMENDATION P-106-77:

That plan of subdivision 21T-76012B (Goldids Investments Limited) with respect to lands on the east side of Dixie Road approximately 1100 feet south of Steeles Avenue in the City of Brampton be draft approved subject to the conditions set out in Schedule "D" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1977, on plan of subdivision 21T-76012B be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 77-319-42

RECOMMENDATION P-107-77:

That a six month extension period for final approval and registration from August 23,1977, be granted to the draft approval for Plan of Subdivision 21T75501 by DiBlasio Brothers and Bayshore Investments;

And further, that the owner, his agent and the City of Mississauga be advised of this decision.

Approved 77-319-43

RECOMMENDATION P-108-77:

That plan of subdivision 21T-76029M, submitted by H. E. W. Thompson Consultants Incorporated, now Rogers, Meyer and Partners Incorporated, with respect to lands situated west of John Street and opposite Ontario Street in the City of Mississauga be draft approved subject to the conditions in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated July 22, 1977 and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the draft plan following the 21 day appeal period;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 9, 1977 on plan of subdivision 21T-76029M be forwarded to the City of Mississauga and the Ministry of Housing for information.

Approved 77-319-44

RECOMMENDATION P-109-77:

That the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that the Region of Peel has the following comments on the proposed Restricted Area Appeal by James L. Erwin and Charles Stormer (R77891) under Section 35 (22) of the Planning Act with respect to lands located in Part of the East Half, Lot 4, Concession 1 West of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton, more particularly described as lands situated on the south side of Harold Street between Elliot Street and Mill Street, known as Lots 21 and 22 of Registered Plan 354:

a) That the lands subject to this appeal are located in an area designated as "Residential Low Density" on Plate Number 7 of the City of Brampton Consolidated Official Plan ( Brampton South Planning District) which permits residential development not exceeding average of 6.0 dwelling units per gross residential acre;

b) That the Region of Peel concurs with the City of Brampton position that rezoning of the subject lands be considered only if and when a permission is given to sever the lands subject to applications 95/76-B and 96/76-B, which were refused by the Land Division Committee and were appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board (it would, therefore, seem appropriate for the Board to deal with both Restricted Area Appeal and Appeal from the Land Division Committee at the same time);

c) That the Regional Solicitor and Regional Planning staff be instructed to attend the Ontario Municipal Board hearing on this appeal in support of the City of Brampton's position, if so requested by the City;

That a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated August 24, 1977, with respect to the Restricted Area Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board by J. L. Erwin and Charles Stormer vs. the City of Brampton under Section 35 (22) of the Planning Act be forwarded to the Ontario Municipal Board for consideration and to the City of Brampton and applicants for information.

Approved 77-319-45

CW-76-77:

Moved by Councillor T. W. Butt,

That the Regional Planning Staff in consultation with the area municipalities' planning staff be authorized to prepare and recommend goals and objectives for the Regional Official Plan and report to the Planning Committee and Council when appropriate.

Carried 77-319-46

SS-77-9 - SOCIAL SERVICES meeting September 8, 1977.

RECOMMENDATION SS-36-77:

That the Region of Peel support in principle the proposal by Wawel Villa Incorporated for a Polish Canadian Senior Citizens Centre in the Clarkson area of Mississauga subject to the necessary site plan approvals from the City of Mississauga;

And further, that Regional and City of Mississauga staff be requested to provide assistance to Wawel Villa Incorporated on this project.

Approved 77-319-47

RECOMMENDATION SS-37-77:

That Regional staff request Provincial agreement on developing a day care centre in the Mississauga Valley Development.

Approved 77-319-48

RECOMMENDATION SS-38-77:

That the report of the Commissioner of Social Services "Long Term Health Care Study- 1977, Regional Municipality of Peel" (date August 29,1977) be referred to the Peel District Health Council for consideration and that the District Health Council be requested to develop an action plan to reinforce the development of programs as seen in the aforementioned report and that such an action plan be presented to Regional Council within a reasonable time frame (three months).

Approved 77-319-49

RECOMMENDATION SS-39-77:

That the report of the Commissioner of Social Services "Long Term Health Care Study-1977, Regional Municipality of Peel" (date August 29, 1977) be referred to the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Community and Social Services for information and comment and that senior representatives of these ministries be invited to attend Regional Council when the District Health Council brings forth its action plan.

Approved 77-319-50

RECOMMENDATION SS-40-77:

That the District Health Council be asked to expand its report past the extent of the report of the Commissioner of Social Services "Long Term Health Care Study - 1977, Regional Municipality of Peel" (dated August 29, 1977) where it is felt that areas of equal or greater priority might warrant Regional Council's attention.

Approved 77-319-51

RECOMMENDATION SS-41-77:

That the Ministry of Health be requested to respond in particular to the issue of long term special care facilities and to identify to Regional Council its methods of determining priorities for expansion and/or construction of new hospitals in Peel and how the apparent need for special care facilities fits into the program of priorities.

Approved 77-319-52

AF-77-11 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting, September 8, 1977.

RECOMMENDATION AF-149-77:

That the report of the Rice Group dated August 8, 1977, regarding metering water for apartments and condominiums be referred to the Association of Professional Engineers for comment.

Approved 77-319-53

RECOMMENDATION AF-150-77:

This recommendation was amended to read:

"That staff be requested to review the Region's Levy Policy with a view to outlining alternative formulae so that (a) the existing level of Regional Levy revenue is maintained and (b) no one sector of the residential market is called upon to pay levies which are disproportionate to those paid by other sectors;

And further, that the Area Municipalities be asked to request their staff to participate with Regional staff in this study"

Approved 77-319-54

RECOMMENDATION AF-151-77:

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute an agreement with the Crown in regard to the direct Regional capital financing of the South Peel Sewer and Water System, substantially in the form of the agreement attached to the report of the Chief Administrative Officer dated August 30, 1977, regarding the financing of the South Peel Sewer and Water System .

Approved 77-319-55

The Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance was requested to meet with the Treasurers of the Cities of Mississauga and Brampton to discuss the agreement referred to in recommendation AF-151-77.

RECOMMENDATION AF-152-77:

That the construction of the Herridge Reservoir Feedermain, together with related appurtenances, be financed directly by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90483-771970);

And further, that the engineering, design, and construction costs be financed $211,500.00 from Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, $318,500.00 from the Ministry of the Environment, $223,000.00 from Capital Development Funds, and $1,370,000.00 from Debentures;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment, whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-56

RECOMMENDATION AF-153-77:

That the construction of the Streetsville Permanent Pumping Station be financed directly by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90483-771980);

And further, that the engineering design and construction costs be financed $160,700.00 from the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, $239,300.00 from the Ministry of the Environment $120,000.00 from Capital Development Funds, and $1,075,000.00 from Debentures;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the engineering, design, and construction of the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment, whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-57

RECOMMENDATION AF-154-77:

That the construction of the East Brampton Reservoir Permanent Pumping Station be financed directly by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90483771990);

And further, that the engineering design and construction costs be financed $208,300.00 from the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, $317,000.00 from the Ministry of the Environment, and $1,984,700.00 from 1976 Ontario Housing Action Programme Loan;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the engineering, design and construction of the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment, whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-58

RECOMMENDATION AF-155-77:

That the renovation of the Beach Street Pumping Station and the construction of approximately 3,000 linear feet of forcemains from the pumping station to the present outlet sewer on Lakeshore Road at Alexandra Avenue be directly financed by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90433772910);

And further, that the work be financed $32,500.00 from the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, $67,500.00 from the Ministry of the Environment, $75,000.00 from Capital Development Funds and $275,000.00 from Debentures;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the engineering, design and construction of the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-59

RECOMMENDATION AF-156-77:

That the first phase of the extension of the Lakeview Sludge Treatment facilities be directly financed by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90433772920);

And further, that the work be financed $60,000.00 from the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, $90,000.00 from the Ministry of the Environment, $756,600.00 from Debentures, $205,000.00 from 1977 Capital Development Funds and $1,015,900.00 from 1976 unapplied Capital Development Funds;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-60

RECOMMENDATION AF-157-77:

That the expansion of the Lakeview Water Purification Plant be financed directly by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90483-781910);

And further, that the engineering and design costs related to the work be financed in the amount of $600,000.00; $400,000.00 from 1977 Capital Development Funds and $200,000.00 from 1976 unapplied Capital Development Funds;

And further, that the 1978 Capital Estimate for the expansion of the Lakeview Water Purification Plant be reduced by $600,000.00;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the engineering and design of the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-61

RECOMMENDATION AF-158-77:

That the expansion of the Clarkson Water Pollution Control Plant be financed directly by the Region of Peel (Project Number 90433-782940);

And further, that the engineering and design costs related to the work be financed in the amount of $750,000.00 from 1976 unapplied Capital Development Funds;

And further, that the 1978 Capital estimate for the expansion of the Clarkson Water Pollution Control Plant be reduced by $750,000.00;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council authorizing the provision of capital financing for the engineering and design of the work, subject to the execution of an agreement between the Region and the Ministry of the Environment whereby the Regional Municipality of Peel shall directly finance all future South Peel Sewer and Water Expansion Works.

Approved 77-319-62

RECOMMENDATION AF-159-77:

That the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance be authorized to negotiate the issuance of debentures in an amount not to exceed $30 million in such Capital Markets as are suitable;

And further, that the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance report further regarding the appropriate market and rates and submitting the necessary bylaws.

Approved 77-319-63

RECOMMENDATION AF-160-77:

That a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council to adopt estimates of all sums required during 1977 for the purposes of the Region and to provide a levy on Area Municipalities.

Approved 77-319-64

RECOMMENDATION AF-161-77:

That Council Members undertake an expenditure priority ranking exercise similar to the one pursued at the end of 1975;

And further, that staff prepare the necessary questionnaire for presentation to Council.

Approved 77-319-65

The balance of the meeting was chaired by Councillor T. P. Miller as Chairman Parsons had to leave due to other Municipal Business.

RECOMMENDATION AF-162-77:

That the Royal Bank and Trust Company, (hereinafter called the "Bank") be and is hereby appointed as Banker of the Corporation of The Regional Municipality of Peel;

And further, that the Chairman, the Chief Administrative Officer, the Commissioner of Finance and the Director of Finance Services or any one of them be and they are hereby authorized for and on behalf of the Corporation to negotiate with, deposit with, or transfer to the said Bank (but for credit of the Corporation's account only) all or any cheques, promissory notes, bills of exchange, orders for the payment of money, drafts signed on behalf of the Corporation by them or any one of them and other negotiable paper endorsed on behalf of the Corporation by them or any of them or the name of the Corporation impressed thereon by rubber stamp or otherwise; also to arrange settle, balance and certify all books and accounts between the Corporation and the Bank and to receive all paid cheques and vouchers and to sign and deliver to the bank the Bank's form of settlement of balances and release; provided, however, the Officers of the Corporation authorized to sign for it may in writing appoint from time to time such officer or employee of the Corporation as may be deemed advisable for the purpose of receiving all paid cheques and vouchers and of signing and delivering to the Bank the Bank's form of settlement of balances and release;

And further, that any two of the Chairman, the Chief Administrative Officer, the Commissioner of Finance and the Director of Finance Services, jointly, be and they are hereby authorized on behalf of the Corporation to make, sign, draw, accept or endorse all or any cheques, for the payment of money;

And further, that all securities, documents, and instruments, whether negotiable or not, signed, made, drawn, accepted or endorsed as aforesaid shall be valid and binding upon the Corporation;

And further, that the Bank be furnished with a list of the names of the officers of the Corporation authorized to sign for it, together with specimens of their signatures, and that the said Bank be from time to time notified in writing of any change of such officers;

And further, that this resolution be communicated to the said Bank and remain in force until notice in writing to the contrary be given to the said Bank and receipt of such notice is duly acknowledged in writing.

Approved 77-319-66

RECOMMENDATION AF-163-77:

That a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council to amend By-law Number 9-73, being a by- law respecting the supply and management of the Regional water system and the establishment of water rates;

And further, that a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council to amend By-law 19-77, being a by-law to provide for the imposition on and collection from the residents of the Region a sewer charge to cover the cost of the establishment, maintenance and financing of the sewer system of the Region.

Approved 77-319-67

RECOMMENDATION AF-164-77:

That all properties abutting the watermains in Project 75-022, Snelgrove, which have less than 200 feet of frontage be assessed at their actual frontage, unless otherwise exempted.

Approved 77-319-68

RECOMMENDATION AF-165-77:

That Resolution 77-306 regarding an appeal to the Provincial Cabinet of an Ontario Municipal Board decision with respect to the construction of watermains in the former Hamlet of Palgrave, be rescinded.

Approved 77-319-69

RECOMMENDATION AF-166-77:

That staff investigate further the placement of industrial development advertisements in French language newspapers in Quebec.

Approved 77-319-70

RECOMMENDATION AF-167-77:

That a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council to provide for the participation of the Peel District Health Council and the Region as a single employer under the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System.

Approved 77-319-71

RECOMMENDATION AF-168-77:

That a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council to amend By-law Number 203-76, being a by-law to appoint Peace Officers for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the City of Mississauga Traffic By-law.

Approved 77-319-72

RECOMMENDATION AF-169-77:

That a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council to amend By-law Number 223-76, being a by-law to appoint Peace Officers for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the by-laws of the Corporation of the City of Mississauga and for the service of summons.

Approved 77-319-73

RECOMMENDATION AF-170-77:

That the Regional Solicitor seek registration in Ottawa of the Region's Crest in accordance with Exhibit "A" attached to the report of the Chief Administrative Officer dated August 29, 1977, subject to the phrase "County of Peel" being amended to read "Region of Peel".

Approved 77-319-74

RECOMMENDATION AF-171-77:

That the Peel Children's Aid Society be requested to apply to the Province for Supplementary Budget approvals for any excess expenditures forecast which are directly related to the maintenance of "Children in Trouble";

And further, to take immediate steps to reduce expenditure levels so as to ensure that they are held within the budget as approved by the Province for all activities and programs other than expenditures directly related to the maintenance of "Children in Trouble", or advise Council in writing by its next meeting as to why this should not be done, indicating to Council what elements of the Children's Aid Society 1977 Budget were not approved by the Province, which of these are deemed essential and what steps have been taken to curtail such expenditures pending final authorization by the Province.

Not Approved 77-319-75

RECOMMENDATION AF-172-77:

This recommendation was amended to read:

"That an additional vehicle be purchased at a cost of approximately $4,500.00 with funds to be provided by a budget transfer from the public relations account within the total budget of the Water Finance Services Division of the Finance Department."

Approved 77-319-76

RECOMMENDATION AF-173-77:

That the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated September 6, 1977, regarding the allocation of Tile Drainage Debenture Funds, be referred to the Area Municipalities for comment.

Approved 77-319-77

RECOMMENDATION AF-174-77:

That Resolution 75-85-11 regarding the printing of Regional debentures be rescinded;

And further, that the contract for the printing of Regional debentures be awarded, on the basis of cost and service for each individual issue, to the lowest bidder in accordance with current Regional purchasing policies.

Approved 77-319-78

RECOMMENDATION AF-175-77:

That an invitation be extended to the Children's Aid Society of the Region of Peel to participate and/or share in the new office accommodation which is due to be built for the Region of Peel.

Approved 77-319-79

RECOMMENDATION AF-176-77:

That the complete plans and specifications of the Bloor-Dixie Police Divisional Building be attached to the Form of Lease between the Region and the Northsted Group prior to execution of the lease.

Approved 77-319-80

CW-77-77:

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell,

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 77-319-82

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell,
Seconded by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That the reports considered in Committee of the Whole and the recommendations approved, be adopted.

Carried 77-319

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) A report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding the Regional Official Plan - Goals and Objectives, was considered.

Dealt with under CW-76-77.

b) A report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance recommending the execution of a financial agreement with Welcome Investments Limited, 21T22441, Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor R. F. Bean,
Seconded by Councillor T. W. Butt;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a financial agreement between Welcome Investments Limited, the City of Mississauga and the Region for the collection of Regional development levies as contained in Schedule "B-2" of the said agreement, for plan of subdivision 21T-22441 in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 77-320

c) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an engineering agreement with Welcome Investments Limited (21T-22441) and Sunny Park Developments Limited (21T-24948), Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor R. F. Bean,
Seconded by Councillor T. W. Butt;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute Engineering Agreements on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Welcome Investments and Sunny Park Developments Limited, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service the residential plans of subdivision 21T-22441 and 21T-24948 located south of Dundas Street West and west of Stavebank Road, City of Mississauga.

Carried 77-321

d) A report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance recommending the execution of a financial agreement with Sunnypark Developments Limited, 21T-24948, Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor R. F. Bean,
Seconded by Councillor T. W. Butt;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a financial agreement between Sunnypark Developments Limitled, the city of Mississauga and the Region for collection of Regional development levies as contained in Schedule "B-2" of the said agreement, for plan of subdivision 21T-24948 in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 77-322

e) A report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance recommending the execution of a financial agreement with Phi International Incorporated, 21T-75506, Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor R. F. Bean,
Seconded by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a financial agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Phi International Incorporated, a Mortgagee, the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel, for the collection of Regional levies as contained in Schedule "B-2" of the said agreement for plan of subdivision 21T-75506 in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 77-323

Councillor T. Butt declared a conflict of interest with respect to Resolution 77-323.

f) A report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance recommending the execution of a financial agreement with Bayshore Investments Limited, 21T-75006, Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor,
Seconded by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a financial agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel, between Bayshore Investments Limited, a Mortgagee, the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel, for the collection of Regional levies as contained in Schedule "B-2" of the said agreement for plan of subdivision 21T-75006 in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 77-324

g) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an engineering agreement with Bayshore Investments Limited, 21T-75006, Mississauga, was considered.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor,
Seconded by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute an engineering agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Bayshore Investments, mortgagees, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service the residential plan of subdivision, 21T-75006 located south of Britannia Road East and east of Amity Road, in the City of Mississauga.

Carried 77-325

h) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the construction of a 16 inch watermain on King Street East, Mississauga, Project 483-76-118, was considered.

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That the tender as received from J. McLaughlin for the construction of a 16 inch watermain on King Street East, Mississauga (Project 483-76-118) in the amount of $12,722.00 be accepted and the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents.

Carried 77-326

i) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the construction of a turning lane on Derry Road at Airport Road (Project 77-425). was considered.

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That the tender received from Frank Vespi Construction Limltea in the amount of $18,271.25 for the construction of a turning lane on Derry Road at Airport Road be accepted, this being the lowest tender received and that the Chairman ana Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents.

Carried 77-327

j) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the construction of a 16 inch watermain on Wesley Street (Project 77-111), was considered.

Moved by Councillor H. E. Kennedy,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That the tender received from Garda Construction Limited in the amount of $53,013.15 for the construction of 16 inch watermain on Wesley Street be accepted and the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents.

Carried 77-328

k) A report of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the Bexhill Sewage Pumping Station, was considered.

Dealt with under CW-73-77.

I) A report of the Regional Solicitor regarding the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Application for Sanitary Landfill Site - Second Line West, was considered.

Dealt with under CW-75-77.

 

BY-LAWS

It was noted by the Clerk that By-laws 153-77 and 154-77 were amended by the deletion of the words "in consultation with and upon application from the Directors of the Water and Sanitary Drainage Divisions" from Clause I of each by-law.

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

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 134-77 to 157-77 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 77-329

By-law 134-77 - To amend By-law 9-74, being a by-law to govern the procedure of Council.

By-law 135-77 - To amend By-law 5-75, being a by-law to regulate parking on certain Peel Regional Roads.

By-law 136-77 - To authorize the construction of a 6 inch watermain to rep ace the existing watermain on Victoria Street m the Town of Caledon at a total estimated cost of $30,000.00

By-law 137-77 - To amend By-law Number 106-77, being a by-law to authorize the construction of a watermain crossing Dundas Street East in the City of Mississauga.

By-law 138-77 - To authorize the construction of a watermain on Mississauga Road in the City of Brampton at a total estimated cost of $43,200.00.

By-law 139-77 - To authorize the construction of a 16, 18, 2u and 24 inch watermain on Lakeshore Road in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $254,500.00.

By-law 140-77 - To authorize the application to the Ontario Municipal Board for approval of funding for the Central Britannia Road Landfill Site.

By-law 141-77 - A by-law with respect to the expropriation of lands in the Reagional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the County of Peel).

By-law 142-77 - To authorize the application for approval to expropriate lands for Municipal purposes.

By-law 143-77- A by-law with respect to the expropriation of lands in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly the County of Peel).

By-law 144-77 - To accept and assume lands.

By-law 145-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the engineering, design and construction of 20,000 linear feet of feeder watermain from the Lorne Park Water Purification Plant to the Herridge Pumping Station and Reservoir; and to authorize the withdrawal of $223,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 146-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in t e engineering, design and construction of the Streetsville Reservoir Permanent Pumping Station, and to authorize the withdrawal of $120,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 147-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the engineering, design and construction of the East Brampton Reservoir Permanent Pumping Statioll.

By-law 148-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the design, engineering and renovation of the Beach Street Pumping Station and the construction of 3,000 linear feet for forcemains and to authorize the withdrawl of $75,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund

By-law 149-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the engineering and design of the extension of Lakeview Sludge Treatment and Oxidation Facilities and in the construction of plant maintenance and fume incineration facilities; and to authorize the withdrawal of $1,220,900.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 150-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the engineering and design of the expansion to the Lakeview water Purification Plant and to authorize the withdrawal of $600,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 151-77 - To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the engineering and design of the expansion of the Clarkson Water Pollution Control Plant and to authorize the withdrawal of $750,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 152-77 - To adopt estimates of all sums required during the year 1977 for the purposes of the Regional Corporation, to provide a levy on Area Municipalities, and to repeal By-law Number 71-77.

By-law 153-77 - To amend By-law Number 19-77, being a by-law to provide or imposing on and collecting from the owners or occupants of lands with The Regional Municipality of Peel a sewer charge to cover the cost of the establishment, construction, maintenance, operation and financing of the sanitary sewage system of The Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 154-77 - To amend By-law Number 9-73, being a by-law respecting the supply of water, the management and maintenance of the waterworks systems of The Regional Municipality of Peel and the establishment of water rates and charges.

By-law 155-77 - To authorize participation in the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System with respect to employees of the Peel District Health Council.

By-law 156-77 - To amend By-law Number 203-76 being a by-law to appoint Peace Officers for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the Corporation of the City of Mississauga Traffic By-law.

By-law 157-77 - To amend By-law Number 223-76, being a by-law to appoint Peace Officers for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the bylaws of the Corporation of the City of Mississauga and for the service of summons.

 

RESOLUTIONS

Moved by Councillor R. F. Bean,
Seconded by Councillor M. H. Spence;

That the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance be authorized to include a Humane Society pamphlet in the mailing of water and sewer bills for the December, January, February period;

And further, that the policy of distributing information to the residents of Peel with the Regional water and sewer bills be reviewed by the Administration and Finance Committee and an appropriate report submitted to Council.

Carried 77-330

Moved by Councillor W. J. Hunter,
Seconded by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That the closing of Regional Road 24 in Inglewood on Sunday, September 18, 1977, be authorized for the hours 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.;

And further, that Regional staff take the appropriate action to sign the closed section.

Carried 77-331

The following information was received:

a) Sanitary Sewer Charge Appeal Committee Decisions- meeting held July 21, 1977.

b) Minutes of Peel Olympic Committee meeting held August 18,1977.

c) Association of Counties and Regions of Ontario - August Newsletter.

d) Copy of a letter from Chairman L. H. Parsons to the Honourable George A. Kerr, Q.C., regarding a Resource Recovery Plant m the Region of Peel, dated September 1, 1977.

e) Memorandum from the Association of Counties and Regions of Ontario, dated August 31, 1977, regarding Consent Forms.

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

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

Carried 77-332

 

REPORT

AF-77-11 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting September 8, 1977.

RECOMMENDATION AF-177-77:

That the Regional Clerk not be required to certify copies of documents as listed in the Notice of Motion in the Supreme Court of Ontario dated June 22, 1977.

Councillor T. W. Butt requested a recorded vote;

In favour: Allan Archdekin, Bean, Butt, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hunter, Kennedy, Kolb, McKechnie, Robertson, Whillans. Total 12 Opposed: McCallion, Miller, Mitchell, Spence, Taylor.
  Total 5
   
Absent: Hooper, Leavers, Raeburn, Searle.
  Total 4

RECOMMENDATION AF-177-77 was approved 77-333-1

CW-78-77:

Moved by Councillor J. E. Archdekin;

That by-laws be prepared for consideration of the Administration and Finance Committee giving direction to the Regional Clerk and the Regional Treasurer regarding the discharge of their responsibilities in keeping public records.

Carried 77-333-2

A report from Councillor P. Robertson with respect to the vacation programme authorized under resolution 77-245-2 was considered.

Referred to staff for a report to the Administration and Finance Committee. 77-333-3

On motion, the Administration and Finance Committee was also requested to investigate the possibility of implementing a supplementary pension plan for Councillors. 77-333-4

CW-78-77:

Moved by Councillor J. E. Archdekin;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 77-333- 5

Moved by Councillor H. M. Allan,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That the reports considered in Committee of the Whole, In Camera, the recommendations approved, be adopted.

77-333

Councillor H. McCallion requested a recorded vote;

In favour: Allan, Archdekin, Bean, Butt, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hunter, Kennedy, Kolb, McKechnie, Robertson, Whillans.
  Total 12
   
Opposed: McCallion, Miller, Mitchell, Taylor.
  Total 4
   
Absent: Hooper, Leavers, Raeburn, Searle, Spence.
  Total 5

Resolution 77-333 was carried

CW-79-77:

Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That By-law Number 158-77 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held September 15, 1977, and to authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute all documents listed in Schedule "A" thereto, as amended by the addition of an Undertaking with respect to the Central Britannia Road Landfill Site, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 77-334

Moved by Councillor H. M. Allan,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That Council now adjourn to meet again Thursday, September 29, 1977, at 7:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 77-335

Chairman Parsons left at 3:00 p.m. at which time Acting Chairman Miller assumed the Chair.

After singing the National Anthem, Council adjourned at 4:40 p.m.

Richard L. Frost
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Clerk
Louis H. Parsons
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Chairman

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