PEEL REGIONAL COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL AND REGULAR MEETINGS

HELD AT BRAMPTON

MARCH 6, 1980

Acting Chairman S. Mahoney called the special meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel to order at 9:45 a.m.

Councillor D. Sutter recited the opening prayer.

All members were present except Chairman Bean who is on vacation; Councillor Clarkson who arrived at 11:35 a.m.; Councillors Kennedy, McCallion and Starr who were absent on other municipal business; and Councillor McCreary who arrived at 10:30 a.m.

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That the agenda be approved.

Carried 80-98


PURPOSE OF SPECIAL MEETING

To consider the Draft 1980 Capital Budget and Forecast 1981-1984.

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

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

Carried 80-99


REPORTS

a) Review of the balance of the Draft 1980 Capital Budget and Forecast 1981-1984.

A page by page review of the draft budget was then completed, including consideration of Resolutions CW-28-80 through CW-34-80 which were tabled at the Council meeting of February 28, 1980.

A Report of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the 1980 Capital Roads Budget was also considered.

CW-37-80:

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That Project 83-4020, Airport Road Improvements, and Project 83-4050, Erin Mills Parkway from Mississauga Road to Highway 401, be moved into the 1980 Transportation Capital Program in the 1980-84 Capital Budget and Forecast;

And further, that Project 82-4020, Derry Road from Millcreek Drive to Highway 401, in the amount of $850,000.00 gross Regional expenditure be transferred to the 1983 Transportation Capital Program as Project 82-4021;

And further, that the Minister of Transportation be requested to increase the Region of Peel's 1980 subsidy allocation for construction by $425,000.00 to cover the additional expenditure.

Carried 80-100-1

As a result of the approval of Resolution CW-37-80, Resolutions CW-29-80 and CW-30-80 which were tabled at the Council meeting of February 28, 1980, were not dealt with.

CW-38-80:

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor;

That Resolution CW-31-80, which directs that the reconstruction of Cawthra Road (Project 80-4010) in the 1980 Transportation Capital Program be done in two phases, the northern phase first, and be budgeted in the 1981 and 1982 Transportation Capital Programs, be approved;

And further, that the residents abutting the affected portion of Cawthra Road be advised of this change.

Carried 80-100-2

RESOLUTION 80-100-2 RESCINDED BY 80-126


CW-39-80:

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That Resolution CW-32-80, which directs that $40,000.00 in gross Regional expenditure be added to the Miscellaneous Improvements Projects within the 1980 Transportation Capital Program (Project 80-4200) to provide a right turn lane at Steeles Avenue and Bramalea Road, be approved;

And further, that the Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority be requested to provide subsidy for this project on the same basis as that provided for the Bramalea GO Station expansion.

Carried 80-100-3


CW-40-80:

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson;

That any monies available in the 1980 Transportation Construction Budget be reported to Council by September, 1980 in order that such funds be applied to the reconstruction of the Gore Road from 15 Sideroad to 10 Sideroad as the first phase and from 10 Sideroad southerly as the second phase.

Carried 80-100-4

As a result of the approval of Resolution CW-40-80, Resolution CW-33-80 which was tabled by Council on February 18, 1980, was not dealt with.

A report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance regarding the Resource Recovery Project was considered.

CW-41-80:

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor;

That the Solid Waste Recovery Plant (Project 77-6500) remain as budgeted in the 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1984 Waste Management Capital Programs until the Province has responded to the Region's resolution regarding financial guarantees and ownership of the project;

And further, that the Recovery Plant Project be subject to the normal rezoning procedures of the City of Mississauga being complied with and to an environmental study being undertaken.

A recorded vote on Resolution CW-41-80 was requested by Councillor F. McKechnie;

In favour: Archdekin, Dear, Glassford, Hooper, Hunter, Kolb, Marland, McCreary, McKechnie, Porteous, Robertson, Skjarum, Sutter, Taylor.
  Total 14.
Opposed: Mitchell.
  Total 1.
Absent: Clarkson, Kennedy, McCallion, Starr, Whillans.
  Total 5.

In accordance with his position as Acting Chairman, Councillor S. Mahoney did not vote.

Resolution CW-41-80 was carried 80-100-5

As a result of the approval of Resolution CW-41-80, Resolution CW-34-80 which was tabled by Regional Council on February 28, 1980, was not dealt with.

CW-42-80:

Moved by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the 1980-84 Capital Budget and Forecast be approved as amended by Resolutions passed on March 6, 1980 providing changes to the Health Program, the Transportation Program, and the changes in the Conservation Authority Program as a result of changes in Credit Valley Conservation Authority estimates in the amount of $24,300.00 gross and net Regional dollars;

And further, that the total programs and financing for the five-year period be reported back to Council for information and formal approval.

Carried 80-100-6

b) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding access by the International Centre to Airport Road.

Received 80-100-7

CW-43-80:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 80-100-8


Moved by Councillor C. Glassford,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

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

Carried 80-100


Moved by Councillor C. Glassford,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That Council now recess for lunch to reconvene at 1:30 p.m. for the Regular Meeting.

Carried 80-101


Councillor K. Whillans left at 10:30 a.m.

Council recessed at 11:35 a.m. to reconvene at 1:30 p.m.


Council reconvened at 2:00 p.m. and the roll was called.

All members were present except Chairman Bean who is on vacation and Councillor McCallion who was absent due to other municipal business.

Councillor J. Archdekin advised that he was absent from the meeting of February 28, 1980 due to other municipal business.

Moved by Councillor R. Starr,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

That the minutes of the meeting held on February 28, 1980, be adopted.

Carried 80-102


DELEGATIONS

a) Mrs. Westlake appeared before Council concerning the intersection of 6th Line and Region Road 9, Bolton.

Received. This matter was dealt with further under Recommendation PW-40-80.

b) Representatives of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications made a presentation regarding Highway 403, Oakville Line westerly to Highway 5.

Received.

c) Mr. Ross Harris, Vice-President - Super Disposal Service Limited, did not appear before Council regarding the possibility of utilizing the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site for Metro refuse during strike of Metro employees.


COMMUNICATIONS

a) The Credit Valley Conservation Authority concerning the 1980 Approved Budget for the Authority.

Received.

b) The City of Mississauga regarding the proposed Solid Waste Resource Recovery Plant.

Received.

c) The Ministry of the Environment regarding the Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority's Class Environmental Assessments.

Received.

d) The City of Brampton regarding an extract from the Minutes of the Ward 10 Citizens Advisory Committee concerning the Gore Road.

Received.

e) The Honourable James Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications, in response to Council's resolution (P-14-80) regarding the Humber River Bailey Bridge on Indian Line.

Received.

f) The City of London requesting Council's endorsement of the City's resolution concerning the South East Asian refugee resettlement effort.

Received.

g) Newsletter entitled "SHORTS" dated February 22, 1980, from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario/Association of Counties and Regions of Ontario Subcommittee on children's Services.

Received.

h) The Ontario Good Roads Association with respect to the 1980 "C. S. Anderson" Road School to be held on May 4th to 7th, 1980, at the University of Guelph.

Received.

i) The Ontario Good roads Association with respect to the 1980 "T. J. Mahoney" Road School to be held on May 4th to 7th, 1980, at the University of Guelph.

Received.

j) The Ministry of Transportation and Communications in response to Council's resolution (79-495) regarding traffic signals at the intersection of Highway 10 and Regional Road 12.

Received.

k) G. Struk of Upshall, MacKenzie and Kelday regarding Industrial Plan of Subdivision 21T- 79065C, Town of Caledon.

Received and referred to the landowner.


PETITION

a) Petition for the installation of a watermain on 5th Line West in the City of Brampton.

Received and referred to staff for a report to the Public Works Committee.

Moved by Councillor R. Starr,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

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

Carried 80-103


REPORTS

Committees

PW-80-4 - PUBLIC WORKS meeting held March 4, 1980

RECOMMENDATION PW-38-80:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement dated February 6, 1980, between the Regional Municipality of Peel and Loycon Britannia Limited, wherein Loycon agrees not to oppose or claim damages against the Region at such time as a centre median is constructed on Dixie Road, provided that the Region consult Loycon prior to the construction of any such median.

Approved 80-104-1


RECOMMENDATION PW-39-80
:

That the Region approve a secondary access to McDonald's Restaurant, on Derry Road, east of Goreway Drive, subject to the following conditions:

1. The access be restricted to right-in and right-out movements only.

2. In order to properly locate the access, McDonald's Restaurant shall relocate the bus bay on Derry Road, adjacent to their property, at no cost to the Region of Peel or the City of Mississauga.

3. The site plan and all design plans related to the construction of the access must be approved by the Region prior to the commencement of any work.

And further, that the Clerk be directed to advise McDonald's Restaurant of this decision.

Approved 80-104-2


RECOMMENDATION PW-40-80
:

That the Region of Peel agree to pay the Town of Caledon the sum of $3,000.00 for the provision of a right-turn slipoff lane on Regional Road 9 at 6th Line Albion;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated February 19, 1980, be received and forwarded to the Town of Caledon for their information;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Public Works report of February 19, 1980, be forwarded to Mrs. Lindsay Westlake as a response to her enquiries made to the Peel Regional Council.

Approved 80-104-3


RECOMMENDATION PW-41-80
:

That the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on Beech Street in Brampton be extended and connected to the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on McCaul Street, a distance of 15 m (50 feet) more or less;

And further, that the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on McCaul Street be extended and connected to the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on Sophia Street, a distance of 55 m (180 feet) more or less;

And further, that the sum of $6,000.00 be allocated from the unapplied Ontario Municipal Board Bulk Approval Order E78343 and that the necessary by-law be presented to Council to authorize this work.

Approved 80-104-4


RECOMMENDATION PW-42-80
:

That Region staff commence immediately on the removal of trees on Dixie Road between Mansion Street and Bovaird Drive in Brampton to accommodate the proposed widening to four lanes in 1980, the removal to commence on the east side of Dixie Road south of North Park Drive;

And further, that $30,000.00 be included in the estimate for the reconstruction and widening of Dixie Road between Mansion Street and Bovaird Drive for the planting of trees by the City of Brampton along this road, after construction.

Approved 80-104-5


RECOMMENDATION PW-43-80
:

That a by-law be presented to Council to amend Part 8, Seasonal Load Weight Restrictions, of Schedule 1 of By-law Number 200-78, being the Region's Consolidated Traffic By-law.

Approved 80-104-6


RECOMMENDATION PW-44-80
:

That the lands described in deeds of conveyance and releases listed as Schedule "A" to the report of the Regional Clerk dated February 21, 1980, be dedicated for public highway purposes and that the necessary by-law be presented to Council.

Approved 80-104-7


RECOMMENDATION PW-45-80
:

That the Regional Chairman, the Commissioner of Finance and the Commissioner of Public Works be authorized to sign the Petition for Subsidy in the amount of $9,938,075.50 on 1979 Road Expenditures and $262,479.38 on 1979 Traffic Signal Installations.

Approved 80-104-8


RECOMMENDATION PW-46-80
:

That the agreement to transfer the operation of the following works from the Ministry of Environment to the Region of Peel be approved in the form attached to the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated December 19, 1979;

a) Caledon East Water System, Project 6-0044, 6-0167-67, 6-0224-70;

b) Bolton Well No. 3, Project 6-0021-58;

c) Port Credit Sewage System Components, Project 2-0089, 2-0294;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement.

Approved 80-104-9


P-80-4- PLANNING meeting held March 4, 1980.

RECOMMENDATION P-38-80:

That the Regional Clerk advise the Ministry of Housing that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of Amendment 268 to the Official Plan of the City of Mississauga with respect to lands located in the area south of the proposed Derry Road West realignment between Millcreek Drive and Highway 401 in the Meadowvale West Community of the City of Mississauga;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report on Amendment 268 dated February 20, 1980, be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, and the City of Mississauga for information.

Approved 80-104-10


RECOMMENDATION P-39-80
:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 2 to the Official Plan of the Town of Caledon;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated February 19, 1980, concerning Amendment Number 2 to the Town of Caledon Official Plan and Restricted Area By- law 80-1 be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, Town of Caledon and the applicant for information.

Approved 80-104-11


RECOMMENDATION P-40-80
:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 3 to the Town of Caledon Official Plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 22, 1980 concerning Amendment Number 3 to the Town of Caledon Official Plan be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, the Town of Caledon and the applicant for information.

Approved 80-104-12


RECOMMENDATION P-41-80
:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment #43 to the Consolidated Official Plan of the City of Brampton;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated February 20, 1980, concerning Amendment Number 43 to the consolidated Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area and Zoning By-law 26-80 be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, the City of Brampton, Rushville Construction Limited (Family Kartways) and Fred Schaeffer and Associates Incorporated for information.

Approved 80-104-13


RECOMMENDATION P-42-80
:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of the Amendment Number 44 to the Consolidated Official Plan of the City of Brampton;

And further, that the Commissioner of Planning's report dated February 26, 1980 concerning Amendment Number 44 to the City of Brampton Official Plan be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, the City of Brampton and the applicant for information.

Approved 80-104-14


RECOMMENDATION P-43-80
:

That Regional Council authorize draft approval of Draft Plans of Subdivision 21T-79064C and 21T- 79065C (287187 Ontario Limited) with respect to lands located in Part of the West halves of Lots 5 and 6, Concession 6, of the former Township of Albion, now in the Town of Caledon subject to the conditions as set out in Schedules "D" and "E" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 25, 1980;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 25, 1980 be forwarded to the Town of Caledon, Ministry of Housing and D. J. Reddington and Associates for information.

Approved 80-104-15


RECOMMENDATION P-44-80
:

That Regional Council authorize draft approval of Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-79028B (Trevail Holdings Limited) with respect to lands located on Part of the West Half of Lot 6, Concession 2, of the former Town of Brampton, now in the City of Brampton, subject to those conditions set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 22, 1980;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 22, 1980 be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 80-104-16


RECOMMENDATION P-45-80
:

That Regional Council authorize draft approval of plan of subdivision 21T-79011M, Cadillac Fairview Corporation, with respect to lands situated east of Mississauga Road, north and south of the Burnhamthorpe Road diversion in the City of Mississauga, subject to approval by the Minister of Housing of Official Plan Amendment 305 and the conditions set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 21, 1980;

And further, that upon approval of Official Plan Amendment 305 by the Minister of Housing delegating the lands for the uses as proposed by Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-79011M the Regional Clerk shall notify all affected agencies that the 21 day appeal period has commenced;

And further, that at the end of the 21 day appeal period, if no objections have been received, the Regional Chairman shall be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 21, 1980 be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and John Bousfield Associates.

Approved 80-104-17


RECOMMENDATION P-46-80
:

That Regional Council draft approve plan of subdivision 21T-78033M with respect to lands situated north of the Huron Park entrance and west of Stavebank Road in the City of Mississauga, subject to the conditions contained in Schedule "B", 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 February 20, 1980 on plan of subdivision 21T-78033M be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 80-104-18


RECOMMENDATION P-47-80
:

That Regional Council approve the request to amend the conditions of draft approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-77029C, B. Gyurcsi, in the Town of Caledon, as follows:

a) That condition number 1 be deleted and replaced by:

(1) That this approval applies to the attached draft plan prepared by R. J. Burnside and Associates identified as Project No. 119-79, dated November 5, 1979 containing 28 lots and as revised in red.

b) That conditions 11 and 19(2) both be amended to change the wordings "in hatching" to "outlined" in their reference to the easement areas contained on the plan.

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated February 8, 1980 on Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-77029C in the Town of Caledon, be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing, the Town of Caledon, Peel Regional Health Unit, the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Niagara Escarpment Commission and Mr. B. Gyurcsi indicating that the 21 day appeal period has commenced;

And further, that if no objections have been received by the end of the 21 day appeal period, the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the revised draft plan to be forwarded with the amended conditions of draft approval to the affected agencies as noted above.

Approved 80-104-19


RECOMMENDATION P-48-80
:

That draft plan of subdivision 21T-79068M submitted by Mississauga Peel Land Consultants Limited in the City of Mississauga be referred to the Ontario Municipal Board pursuant to Section 44(1) of The Planning Act in accordance with the letter of request for referral dated February 1, 1980, from Davis, Webb, Barristers and Solicitors and that the Regional Planning Department copy relevant portions of its file relating to the draft plan of subdivision to accompany the referral letter to the Ontario Municipal Board in accordance with the guidelines set down by the Minister in delegating the Minister's authority under Section 33 of The Planning Act;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that in the Region's opinion, a hearing should not be scheduled on this referral until the City of Mississauga has completed its study of the Mississauga Road realignment as it affects the subject lands;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that proposed development is not in conformity with the Residential and Greenbelt designations in Amendment 156 to the City of Mississauga Official Plan and that prior to any decision by the Board on draft plan 21T-79068M and amendment to the Official Plan shall have been approved by the City of Mississauga and the Ministry of Housing redesignating the subject lands to coincide with the proposed residential development;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that the Region of Peel has the following conditions should the Ontario Municipal Board decide to approve draft plan 21T-79068M,

1. That prior to issuance of a final order of the Ontario Municipal Board for registration of the final plan of subdivision:

i) an Engineering Agreement be entered into between the applicant, the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel to establish exact requirements for the installation of water and sewer services and for the gratuitous dedication of any external or internal easements required to service this development.

ii) a Financial Agreement for the payment of Regional Development levies be entered into between the applicant, the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel.

And further, that the Regional Planning Staff and the Regional Solicitor be authorized to attend the Ontario Municipal Board hearing to protect the Region's interests and if so directed by the Board that the Regional Staff prepare conditions of draft approval for approval by the Board;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated February 26, 1980 with respect to the referral of draft plan 21T-79068M be forwarded to the Ontario Municipal Board, the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and Davis, Webb for information.

Approved 80-104-20


RECOMMENDATION P-49-80
:

That a By-law be presented to Council to consolidate By-law 217-77 as amended (Road Widths and Setbacks) and as approved by the Ontario Municipal Board which will have the effect of adding sections of Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga Road and 34th Sideroad, which are now part of the Regional Road system and will also convert the road widths and setbacks to metric equivalents and redefine underground gasoline storage tanks as accessory buildings.

Approved 80-104-21


RECOMMENDATION P-50-80
:

That the recommendations contained in the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled "A Review of the New Draft Planning Act", dated February 21, 1980, be adopted and forwarded to the Minister of Housing for his consideration;

And further, that a copy of the report be forwarded to the Area Municipalities for information.

Approved 80-104-22

Item 15 of the Planning Committee report dated March 4, 1980 being a report on Revised N.E.F. Contours-Toronto International Airport was referred back to staff for a comprehensive report.

Councillor Marland declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Item 17 of the Planning Committee Report, being a report on "Minor Amendment to Conditions of Draft Approval" and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION P-51-80:

That the Report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated February 27, 1980, and entitled "Official Plan for the Urban Structure - The Official Plan for the Metropolitan Planning Area", be approved as the Peel response for comments on the Plan as requested by the Ministry of Housing;

And further, that the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel recommends the approval of the "Official Plan for the Urban Structure: Metropolitan Toronto", as adopted by the Metropolitan Council on January 15, 1980, subject to the following modifications:

i) That Section "F" Refuse Disposal, be amended to indicate that the Region of Peel is opposed to the disposal of waste from the Metro Planning Area.

ii) That Figure 2, be amended to include the urban use areas as indicated on the sketch Map attached to the Report of the Commissioner of Planning.

And further that the Region of Peel Transportation staff continue to work with the Ministry of Transportation and Communications and relevant Municipal Transportation staffs to resolve transportation linkages and rights-of-way issues along the Metro/Peel boundary.

Approved 80-104-23


RECOMMENDATION P-52-80
:

That the Regional Clerk be authorized to advertise in the Daily Commercial News for Consultant Proposals to undertake Phase I of the Terms of Reference for Review of the "Smith" Report attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated March 3, 1980.

Approved 80-104-24

The following Recommendation was also considered as it had been omitted from the Planning Committee Minutes of March 4, 1980.

RECOMMENDATION P-53-80:

That the Regional Municipality of Halton be notified that the Regional Municipality of Peel has no objection to the Draft Preferred Waterfront Plan for Halton;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report on the Draft Preferred Waterfront Plan, dated February 22, 1980 be forwarded to the Regional Municipality of Halton, the City of Mississauga and the Credit Valley Conservation Authority.

Approved 80-104-25


SS-80-4 - SOCIAL SERVICES meeting held March 4, 1980.

Councillor Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Recommendation SS-11-80 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION SS-11-80:

That the following grants to social service and health agencies be approved for 1980, subject to the availability of Provincial funding where appropriate and subject to the conditions outlined in Recommendations SS-12-80 through SS-19-80:

AGENCY 1980 Request 1980 Approved
  $ $
1. Alpha Epsilon Service Club 8,000 Purchase of Service
2. Ashworth Square Co-op Day Nursery 1,000 Nil
3. Birthright Mississauga 5,844 3,000
4. Brampton/Caledon Association for the Mentally Retarded Not Yet Received 12,300
5. Brampton Meals on Wheels 6,180 6,180
6. Caledon Senior Citizens Not Yet Received 10,000
7. Canadian National Institute for the Blind 3,000 2,000
8. Contact 15,000 to 20, 000 Nil
9. Counteract 6,000 5,000
10. Holland Christian Homes 18,884 18,884
11. Hospital for Sick Children Foundation Unspecified 1,000
12. John Howard Society 15,000 2,500
13. Malton Community Council 6,000 3,500
14. Mississauga Association for the Mentally Retarded 27,666 21,850
15. Mississauga Meals on Wheels 13,411 13,411
16. North Peel Red Cross Not Yet Received 6,000
17. Opportunity for Advancement 3,000 Nil
18. Parents Anonymous-Brampton 900 300
19. Parents Anonymous-Mississauga 600 300
20. Rapport House 19,910 Purchase of Service
21. Salvation Army 2,000 2,000
22. Social Planning Council of Peel 2,500 2,500
23. St. John Ambulance 100 100
24. Malton Community Clinic 2,700 2,700
25. Volunteer Centre of Peel 6,600 6,600
TOTAL
$154,295

$120,125
(100,534)2
* NOTE
1. Provincial funding anticipated
2. Reduced due to Provincial funding

Approved 80-104-26


RECOMMENDATION SS-12-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 matching grant to Birthright Mississauga of one Regional dollar to every one dollar raised by the agency, such that the Region's contribution shall not exceed $3,000.00.

Approved 80-104-27


RECOMMENDATION SS-13-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $12,300.00 to the Brampton/Caledon Association for the Mentally Retarded, subject to receipt of a completed grant application and subject to review by the Commissioner of Social Services.

Approved 80-104-28


RECOMMENDATION SS-14-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $10,000.00 for the Caledon Senior Citizens on a one-time-only basis, such funds to be distributed as required and as approved by the Commissioner of Social Services.

Approved 80-104-29


RECOMMENDATION SS-15-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $5,000.00 to Counteract, subject to the agency addressing the need to develop a streetworker program in areas of greatest need in conjunction with the Recreation Departments of Brampton and Mississauga and to report to the Region on this program by January 1981.

Approved 80-104-30


RECOMMENDATION SS-16-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $2,500.00 to the John Howard Society of Peel, recognizing that future considerations must be more realistically addressed in relation to levels of service and tie in to other similar agencies;

And further, that by December, 1980, the Society report to the Region indicating levels of service and demands for same in Peel.

Approved 80-104-31

Councillor Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Recommendation SS-17-80 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION SS-17-80:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant to the North Peel Red Cross, on a one-time- only basis, of one-third of the agency's rent or $6,000.00 whichever is less.

Approved 80-104-32


RECOMMENDATION SS-18-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant to the Social Planning Council of Peel in an amount required to produce and distribute the Council's "Guide to Counselling Services" or $2,500.00 whichever is less.

Approved 80-104-33


RECOMMENDATION SS-19-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $2,700.00 to the Malton Community Clinic to cover rental costs and property taxes.

Approved 80-104-34

Councillor Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Recommendation SS-20-80 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION SS-20-80:

That the following grants to agricultural and community organizations be approved for 1980:

Organization 1980 Request 1980 Approved
  $ $
1. Albion & Bolton Agricultural Society 800 400
2. Caledon Agricultural Society 400 400
3. Lorne Scots Regiment 2,000 1,000
4. Ministry of Agriculture and Food 1 500 500
5. Peel Agricultural Society 1,000 400
6. Peel Farm Safety 400 400
7. Peel Federation of Agriculture 1,000 400
8. Peel 4-H Members Council 500 500
9. Peel Junior Extension Fund 1,350 900
10. Peel Junior Farmers - -
11. Peel North District Women's Institute 100 100
12. Peel South District Women's Institute 300 100
13. Peel Region and East Garafraxa Plowmen's Assoc. 600 450
14. Peel Olympic Committee 4,000 4,000
15. Peel Soil and Crop Improvement Assoc. 300 300
TOTAL
13,250

9,850
* NOTE
1 Statutory

Approved 80-104-35


RECOMMENDATION SS-21-80
:

This recommendation was amended to read:

"That the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated February 25, 1980 regarding the interest rate impact on low and moderate income homeowners be sent to our local M.P.'s and to the new Minister of Public Works for consideration and comment;

And further, that the Commissioner's report also be sent for consideration by Mississauga Homeowners at their meeting scheduled for March 30, 1980."

Approved 80-104-36


AF-80-4 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE meeting held March 4, 1980

Councillor Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Recommendation AF-16-80 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION AF-16-80:

That the following grants to social service and health agencies be approved for 1980, subject to the availability of Provincial funding where appropriate and subject to the conditions outlined in Recommendations AF-17-80 through AF-24-80:

AGENCY 1980 Request 1980 Approved
  $ $
1. Alpha Epsilon Service Club 8,000 Purchase of Service
2. Ashworth Square Co-op Day Nursery 1,000 Nil
3. Birthright Mississauga 5,844 3,000
4. Brampton/Caledon Association for the Mentally Retarded Not Yet Received 12,300
5. Brampton Meals on Wheels 6,180 6,180
6. Caledon Senior Citizens Not Yet Received 10,000
7. Canadian National Institute for the Blind 3,000 2,000
8. Contact 15,000 to 20, 000 Nil
9. Counteract 6,000 5,000
10. Holland Christian Homes 18,884 18,884
11. Hospital for Sick Children Foundation Unspecified 1,000
12. John Howard Society 15,000 2,500
13. Malton Community Council 6,000 3,500
14. Mississauga Association for the Mentally Retarded 27,666 21,850
15. Mississauga Meals on Wheels 13,411 13,411
16. North Peel Red Cross Not Yet Received 6,000
17. Opportunity for Advancement 3,000 Nil
18. Parents Anonymous-Brampton 900 300
19. Parents Anonymous-Mississauga 600 300
20. Rapport House 19,910 Purchase of Service
21. Salvation Army 2,000 2,000
22. Social Planning Council of Peel 2,500 2,500
23. St. John Ambulance 100 100
24. Malton Community Clinic 2,700 2,700
25. Volunteer Centre of Peel 6,600 6,600
TOTAL
$154,295

$120,125
(100,534)2
* NOTE
1. Provincial funding anticipated
2. Reduced due to Provincial funding

Approved 80-104-37


RECOMMENDATION AF-17-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 matching grant to Birthright Mississauga of one Regional dollar to every one dollar raised by the agency, such that the Region's contribution shall not exceed $3,000.00.

Approved 80-104-38


RECOMMENDATION AF-18-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $12,300.00 to the Brampton/Caledon Association for the Mentally Retarded, subject to receipt of a completed grant application and subject to review by the Commissioner of Social Services.

Approved 80-104-39


RECOMMENDATION AF-19-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $10,000.00 for the Caledon Senior Citizens on a one-time-only basis, such funds to be distributed as required and as approved by the Commissioner of Social Services.

Approved 80-104-40


RECOMMENDATION AF-20-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $5,000.00 to Counteract, subject to the agency addressing the need to develop a streetworker program in areas of greatest need in conjunction with the Recreation Departments of Brampton and Mississauga and to report to the Region on this program by January 1981.

Approved 80-104-41


RECOMMENDATION AF-21-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $2,500.00 to the John Howard Society of Peel, recognizing that future considerations must be more realistically addressed in relation to levels of service and tie in to other similar agencies;

And further, that by December, 1980, the Society report to the Region indicating levels of service and demands for same in Peel.

Approved 80-104-42

Councillor Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Recommendation AF-22-80 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION AF-22-80:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant to the North Peel Red Cross, on a one-time-only basis, of one-third of the agency's rent or $6,000.00 whichever is less.

Approved 80-104-43


RECOMMENDATION AF-23-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant to the Social Planning Council of Peel in an amount required to produce and distribute the Council's "Guide to Counselling Services" or $2,500.00 whichever is less.

Approved 80-104-44


RECOMMENDATION AF-24-80
:

That the Region of Peel provide a 1980 grant of $2,700.00 to the Malton Community Clinic to cover rental costs and property taxes.

Approved 80-104-45


RECOMMENDATION AF-25-80
:

That the following grants to agricultural and community organizations be approved for 1980:

Organization 1980 Request 1980 Approved
  $ $
1. Albion & Bolton Agricultural Society 800 400
2. Caledon Agricultural Society 400 400
3. Lorne Scots Regiment 2,000 1,000
4. Ministry of Agriculture and Food 1 500 500
5. Peel Agricultural Society 1,000 400
6. Peel Farm Safety 400 400
7. Peel Federation of Agriculture 1,000 400
8. Peel 4-H Members Council 500 500
9. Peel Junior Extension Fund 1,350 900
10. Peel Junior Farmers - -
11. Peel North District Women's Institute 100 100
12. Peel South District Women's Institute 300 100
13. Peel Region and East Garafraxa Plowmen's Assoc. 600 450
14. Peel Olympic Committee 4,000 4,000
15. Peel Soil and Crop Improvement Assoc. 300 300
TOTAL
13,250

9,850
* NOTE
1 Statutory

Approved 80-104-46


RECOMMENDATION AF-26-80
:

That the agreement between Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario as represented by the Minister of Health for Ontario, the Regional Municipality of Peel and the Peel Regional Board of Commissioners of Police for Ambulance service accommodation at the Police Division 21 parking lot, which agreement is dated October 10, 1979, be amended by deleting the plan attached to such agreement and inserting the plan attached to the report of the Regional Solicitor dated February 21, 1980;

And further, that the Regional Chairman and the Regional Clerk be authorized to execute the plan to indicate the Region's approval to the change.

Approved 80-104-47


RECOMMENDATION AF-27-80
:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute an agreement with D'Arcy Sweeney Limited for the maintenance of the chiller at 10 Peel Centre Drive, in the form attached to the report of the Regional Clerk dated February 11, 1980.

Approved 80-104-48


RECOMMENDATION AF-28-80
:

That Section 5 of By-law Number 129-74 be amended to include the following paragraph:

"No employee or elected official of the Corporation may bid on the purchase or sale of goods and services with the exception of those goods disposed of by means of Public Auction;"

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council to amend By-law Number 129-74.

Approved 80-104-49


RECOMMENDATION AF-29-80
:

This recommendation was amended to read:

"That regular meetings of standing committees be held on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the following order:

a) 9:30 a.m. - Public Works

b) 11:00 a.m. - Planning

c) 1:00 p.m. - Administration & Finance

d) 2:30 p.m. - Social Services

And further, that Resolutions 73-60 and 74-39 be rescinded.

A recorded vote on Recommendation AF-29-80 was requested by Councillor J. Clarkson;

In favour: Archdekin, Clarkson, Glassford, Hooper, Hunter, Kolb, McCreary, Porteous, Robertson, Skjarum, Starr, Sutter, Whillans.
  Total 13.
Opposed: Dear, Kennedy, Marland, Taylor.
  Total 4.
Absent: McCallion, McKechnie, Mitchell.
  Total 3.

In accordance with his position as Acting Chairman, Councillor S. Mahoney did not vote.

Recommendation AF-29-80 was approved 80-104-50


RECOMMENDATION AF-30-80
:

That the renovations to the Regional building at 1 Wellington Street, Brampton, be approved as a capital project in the amount of $10,000.00, to be financed from prior current revenue.

Approved 80-104-51


RECOMMENDATION AF-31-80
:

This recommendation was amended to read: "That a Subcommittee composed of Councillors Archdekin, Mahoney and Skjarum be established to review and report on the 1980 Police Current Budget prior to its presentation to Regional Council."

Approved 80-104-52


RECOMMENDATION AF-32-80
:

That no Budget Review Subcommittees, except that for the 1980 Police Current Budget, be established to review the 1980 Budgets of Special Purpose Bodies which are included in the 1980 Regional Current Budget.

Approved 80-104-53


CW-44-80:

Moved by Councillor R. Starr,

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 80-104-54

Councillors Marland and Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 80-104 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Moved by Councillor R. Starr,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

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

Carried 80-104


UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) A report of the Regional Clerk regarding City of Brampton Traffic By-laws 31-80 and 41-80, and City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws 87-80, 113-80, 115-80 and 116-80, was considered.

Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

That the City of Brampton Traffic By-laws 31-80 and 41-80 and the City of Mississauga's Traffic By-laws 87-80, 113-80, 115-80 and 116-80, be approved.

Carried 80-105

b) A report of the Regional Clerk with respect to reports of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, was considered.

Received 80- 106


BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

That the By-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 25-80 to 29-80 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 80-107

By-law 25-80 - To authorize the extension of the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermains on Beech Street and McCaul Street in the City of Brampton at a total estimated cost of $6,000.00.

By-law 26-80 - To amend By-law Number 200-78, being a by-law to regulate traffic on Regional Roads.

By-law 27-80 - To accept, assume and dedicate lands for public highway purposes.

By-law 28-80 - To amend By-law Number 129-74, being a by-law to establish Purchasing Procedures.

By-law 29-80 - To establish Regional Road allowances and Setbacks from Regional Roads and to repeal By-law Numbers 217-77, 169-77 and 223-79.


RESOLUTIONS

Moved by Councillor F. H. S. Hooper,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That the information presented by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications on Highway 403 be referred to the Planning Staff for a report to the Planning Committee.

Carried 80-108


Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson,
Seconded by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That the Region of Peel hereby requests the Niagara Escarpment Commission to amend the Niagara Escarpment Commission Development Control Regulation boundaries to conform with the Proposed planning area boundaries so that the Commission will no longer need to issue development permits outside of the Proposed planning area boundary.

Carried 80-109


Moved by Councillor F. H. S. Hooper,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That whereas the policy pertaining to Councillors expenditures is not clear as to the amount allowable for printing and mailing or delivery;

And further, that whereas the policy is not explicit as to the time limitations in an election year;

Therefore, be it resolved that the policy which permits Councillors to spend $200.00 per annum in mailing or delivery expenses to inform residents of Regionally related issues be amended to state that such expenditures should not be made after June 30th of an election year;

And further, that such mailing and delivery expenses not be considered part of a Regional Councillors' conference allowance.

Referred to Administration and Finance Committee 80-110


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

That a painting of Bolton be commissioned with the artist to be selected by the art selection committee with funds to be provided from the Council account, at a cost not to exceed $1,100.00.

Carried 80-111


Moved by Councillor E. Kolb,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That Councillors Marland and Kennedy be appointed as members of the Administration and Finance Committee and removed as members of the Public Works Committee;

And further, that a By-law be presented to amend the Procedural By-law to reflect this change.

Carried 80-112

The following information was received:

a) Ministry of Housing - notice of forum on the strategies for community renewal in the 1980's to be held at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto, June 9 - 13, 1980 - "Ontario Reviews: Action for the '80's".

b) Peel Regional Board of Commissioners of Police - draft copy of the minutes of the meeting held February 14, 1980.

c) Association of Counties and Regions of Ontario - response to the proposed plan for the Niagara Escarpment, dated February 18, 1980.

Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

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

Carried 80-113


REPORTS

PW-80-4 - PUBLIC WORKS meeting held March 4, 1980.

RECOMMENDATION PW-47-80:

That the lands described as Part of Lot 15, Concession 4 E.H.S., in the City of Brampton, more particularly designated as Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-5611 and Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-7692 be deeded to Canadian National, and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the title documents.

Approved 80-114-1


SS-80-4 - SOCIAL SERVICES meeting held March 4, 1980

a) Evacuation of a Home for the Aged under Emergency Conditions.

Received 80-114-2


CW-45-80:

Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 80-114-3


Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

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

Carried 80-114

Councillors Marland and Robertson declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 80-115 and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

That By-law Number 30-80 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at the meeting held on March 6, 1980 and to authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute all documents, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 80-115


Moved by Councillor J. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, March 27, 1980 at 9:30 a.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 80-116

Council adjourned at 3:45 p.m.

L. Button
_________________________
Clerk
  F. Bean
_________________________
Chairman

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