THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD AT BRAMPTON

SEPTEMBER 27, 1984

 

Chairman R.F. Bean called the meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel to order at 1:40 p.m.

Councillor D.L. Cook recited the prayer.

All members were present except Councillor D.J. Culham who arrived at 2:20 p.m., Councillor W.J. Hunter who was absent on personal business, Councillor V.K. McCreary who arrived at 1:55 p.m., and Councillor P. Robertson who arrived at 2:30 p.m.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the Minutes of the meeting held on September 13, 1984, be adopted.

Carried 84-514

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the Agenda be approved.

Carried 84-5 15

COMMUNICATIONS

a) The Town of Oakville with respect to modifications to the Town's Draft Official Plan.

Received 84-5 16

b) The City of Mississauga with respect to nominations to the Sheridan Board of Governors.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the Region of Peel recommends the following nominees for the Sheridan College Board of Governors:

Mr. Donald Clarkson Mr. Derek Williams Mr. William Fearis

Carried 84-517

c) The Association of Municipalities of Ontario with respect to the 1985 Ontario Annual Conference.

Received 84-5 18

d) The Association of Municipalities of Ontario with respect to the 1984 County and Regional Conference.

Received 84-5 19

e) The Elizabeth Fry Society (Halton-Peel Branch) thanking Council for the additional grant to the Society.

Received 84-520

f) The Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health requesting that Council proclaim October 13 and 14, 1984, as "HeartStart 84: C.P.R. Days in Peel".

Received . This matter was also dealt with under Resolution 84-539.

84-521

g) The Honourable Andrew S. Brandt, Minister of the Environment, in response to Council's resolution (CW-123-84) with respect to a petition and resolution regarding the proposals of the Ontario Waste Management Corporation. Referred to Mr. W. McTavish, Q.C. for preparation of a response for the Regional Chairman's signature.

84-522

h) The Honourable Andrew S. Brandt, Minister of the Environment, in response to Council's resolution (CW-108-84) regarding mobile PCB destruction units and other hazardous waste facility applications.

Received.

Public Works staff was requested to obtain a copy of the criteria for assistance to defray costs before the Hearing Commission.

84-523 PETITONS

a) Petition for a watermain extension on 4th Line north of 5th Sideroad in the Town of Caledon.

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

84-524

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook,

Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

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

Carried

84-525

REPORTS

Chief Administrative Officer.

CAO-84-18 - Design Study: Community Waste Recycling Centres

This matter was dealt with under Resolution 84-529.

Committees.

PW-84-9 - Public Works Committee Meeting held September 18, 1984

At the request of Councillor Marland, the first item of the Public Works Minutes was retitled "Blue Circle Cement Plant in Westbury, England regarding the use of domestic refuse in industry".

RECOMMENDATION PW-110-84:

That Trow Limited be engaged to undertake a bridge rehabilitation study on various structures in the Region of Peel, as outlined in their proposal of August 3, 1984, at an estimated cost of $40,000.00;

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

Approved 84-526-1

RECOMMENDATION PW ~ 84:

That the Regional Chairman, the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance, and the Commissioner of Public Works be authorized to sign a Petition for Interim Subsidy on those road expenditures made between January 1, 1984 and a date as close to, but not later than November 30, 1984.

Approved 84-526-2

RECOMMENDATION PW-112-84:

That a frontage rebate program be instituted whereby the Region, upon request, assist in the financing of sewer and watermain extensions which would otherwise be totally privately funded, based on a contribution by the Region of the assessable frontage to a maximum of 61 metres (200 feet) for each property, times the current minimum frontage rate;

And further, that no additional frontage contribution be made by the Region to finance privately funded sewer and watermain extensions where the Region contributes to the oversizing of the facility;

And further, that no contribution be made by the Region towards the private funding of temporary sewer and water facilities;

And further, that the Region contribute to the construction of the 5th Sideroad watermain project 84-1420, being privately funded by Mr. Cavalieri, in the amount of $2,928.00 from the Unapplied Current Revenue Account Number 413-L2601;

And further, that the Region contribute to the construction of the watermains and sewers on Conservation Drive privately funded by First City Development Corporation in the amount of:

(a) $9,936.00 for watermains to be financed from the Unapplied Current Revenue Account Number 413-L2601;

(b) $28,980.00 for sewers to be financed from Unapplied Current Revenue Account Number 413-L2501.

Approved 84-526-3

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to report further on the Pianosi matter.

RECOMMENDATION PW-113-84:

That the purchase of a Pleuger well pump and associated equipment, at an estimated cost of $11,000.00 for Well Number 3 in Bolton be approved.

Approved 84-526-4

RECOMMENDATION PW-114-84:

That as a result of constructing the trunk sanitary sewer to draf t plans T-82002, T-83009 and T-83010, Brand Developments Limited, Promark Developments Inc. and Palladino be notified that a 10% reduction in the sanitary portion of the lot levy has been approved;

And further, that the Regional Finance Department and the Town of Caledon Building Department also be notified of the reduction in the levy.

Approved 84-526-5

RECOMMENDATION PW-115-84:

That 815 m (2,675 feet) of 750 mm (30 inch) and 90 m (295 feet) of 600 mm (24 inch) watermains be constructed on Heartlake Road from 10th Sideroad Southerly in the City of Brampton at an estimated cost of $790,000.00 under Project Number 904.83.84-1110;

And further, that application be made to the Ministry of the Environment for a grant in the estimated amount of $120,000.00;

And further, that the remainder of the funds be provided from the 1984 Capital Budget Item Number 904.83.84-1110 to be financed as follows:

(a) Capital Development Funds $ 97,285.00 (b) Ontario Housing Action Program Proceeds $572, 7 1 5 . 00 (OMB Order E751725)

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Council authorizing the works.

Approved 84-526-6

RECOMMENDATION PW-116-84:

That the Region contribute $69,125.00 to Urban Equities Sherwood Inc. as a total payment of the Region's share of the cost of constructing approximately 1200 m (3,936 feet) of 675 mm (26 inch) to 825 mm (27 inch to 33 inch) diameter sanitary trunk sewer in conjunction with the development of the Sherwood Village, City of Mississauga;

And further, that funds in the amount of $69,125.00 be provided from the 1984 Capital Budget for Miscellaneous Oversizing of sanitary sewers (90433.84-2500) to be financed from Capital Development Funds;

And further, that the necessary by-laws be presented to Council.

Approved 84-526-7

RECOMMENDATION PW-117-84:

That the Region contribute $6,567.00 to First City Development Corporation Limited as a total payment of the Region's share of the cost of constructing approximately 142 m (466 feet) of 400 mm (16 inch) diameter watermain on Tenth Line West in conjunction with the development of the Lisgar Residential Subdivision, Phase I, in the City of Mississauga;

And further, that funds in the amount of $6,567.00 be provided from the 1984 Capital Budget for Miscellaneous Oversizing of Watermains (90483.84-1500) to be financed from debentures (Order Number E820406);

And further, that the necessary by-laws be presented to Council.

Approved 84-526-8

RECOMMENDATION PW-118-84:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the Ministry of Government Services' "Permission to Enter or Enter and Construct" form, Ontario Hydro's "Construction Agreement" form, and all other documentation required in connection with the the construction of the proposed sanitary trunk sewer and granting of the required easements over part of Lot 16, Concession 2, North of Dundas Street, in the City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel.

Approved 84-526-9

RECOMMENDATION PW-119-84:

That the lands described as being in part of Lot 27, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street, in the Town of Caledon (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy) more particularly described in a deed registered on December 10, 1970, as Instrument Number 1 57349vs, be closed up and that the necessary by-law to stop up the said lands be presented to Council for first and second reading;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all documents in connection therewith;

And further, that the Property Section be authorized to proceed with this matter.

Approved 84-526-1 0

RECOMMENDATION PW-120-84:

That the tender submitted by Acme Building and Construction Limited in the amount of $1,982,000.00 for the construction of the Bolton Sewage Pumping Station (Project Number 84-2131) and the 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on Bond Street, Bolton (Project Number 84-1030) be accepted;

And further, that By-law Number 54-84 be amended to reflect the revised funding to a total amount of $2,126,000.00 to be financed as follows:

(a) Capital Development Funds $1,185,000.00

(b) Interest Recovery of Capital Works in Progress (Account No. 413-L2507) $ 140,000.00

(c) Unapplied Current Revenue (Account No. 4 1 3 - L250 1 ) $ 9 1, 000 . 00

(d) Debentures (Ontario Municipal Board Order Number E. 8 1766) $ 500, 000 . 00

(e) Ministry of the Environment Grant $ 210,000.00

And further, that By-law Number 35-84 be amended to reflect the revised funding to a total amount of $18,000.00 to be financed as follows:

(a) Debentures (Ontario Municipal Board Order Number E 840662) $ 15,000.00

(b) Interest Recovery on Capital Works in Progress (Account No. 413-L2607) $ 3,000.00

And further, that the firm of Knox, Martin, Kretch Limited be retained to carry out the contract administration and site supervision;

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

Approved 84-526-11

P-84-6 - Planning Committee Meeting held September 18, 1984

RECOMMENDATION P-70-84:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of Amendment Number 43 to the City of Mississauga Official Plan for the Britannia West Business Park subject to the deferral of those lands east of Second Line to the easterly limit of the District Commercial Centre, from Matheson Boulevard on the south to a point approximately 400 m north of Britannia Road;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 28, 1984 be forwarded to the Waste Management Task Force, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Ministry of the Environment and the City of Mississauga for information.

Approved 84-526-1 2

RECOMMENDATION P-71-84:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of Amendment Number 52 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga Planning Area;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated August 22, 1984, concerning Mississauga Official Plan Amendment Number 52 be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for their information.

Approved 84-526-13

Councillor E. Mitchell declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Recommendation P-72-84 and stated that the reason was by virtue of her husband's membership in a Golf Club in the area and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

RECOMMENDATION P-72-84:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 36 to the City of Brampton Official Plan (Amendment Number 36A to the City of Brampton Consolidated Official Plan) concerning lands located in part of Lots 14 and 15, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the City of Brampton, Region of Peel;

And further, that the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the request by the City of Brampton that approval of that portion of Amendment Number 36 (36A) along the eastern boundary of the Amendment, as shown on Schedule 'A', and specifically related to plan of subdivision 21T-84017B (M.G.S.), be deferred;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 15, 1984, concerning Amendment Number 36 (36A) be forwarded to the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for their information.

Approved 84-526- 14

RECOMMENDATION P-73-84:

That Regional Council grant draft approval to draft plan of subdivision 21T-84007B, Nortonville Estates, with respect to lands located in part of the east half of Lot 7, Concession 3, East of Hurontario Street, of the former Township of Chinguacousy, now in the City of Brampton, subject to the conditions as set out in Schedule 'C' attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 29, 1984;

And further, that the Regional Clerk be authorized to sign the draft plan;

And further, that the Regional Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign the Subdivision Agreement;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 29, 1984 concerning draft plan of subdivision 21T-84007B be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing and the applicant for their information.

Approved 84-526-1 5

RECOMMENDATION P-74-84:

That draft plan of subdivision 21T-79007B (Bersamac Industrial Park Limited) located in part of the east half of Lot 13, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street, of the former Township of Chinguacousy, now in the City of Brampton, be referred to the Ontario Municipal Board pursuant to Section 55(3) of The Planning Act, R.S.O. 1980, in accordance with the letter of request for referral dated July 25, 1984 from Philip J. Draper of Melnik and Saunders, Barristers and Solicitors;

And further, that the Regional Planning Department copy the relevant portions of its file relating to the draft plan of subdivision to accompany the referral letters to the Ontario Municipal Board in accordance with the guidelines set down by the Minister in delegating the Minister's authority under The Planning Act;

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 further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 15, 1984 with respect to referral of draft plan 21T-79007B to the Ontario Municipal Board be forwarded to the Ontario Municipal Board, the City of Brampton, the applicant and Mr. P.J. Draper for information.

Approved 84-526-16

RECOMMENDATION P-75-84:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 50 to the Town of Caledon Official Plan concerning lands situated in part of the east half of Lot 21, Concession 1, of the former Township of Albion;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 22, 1984 concerning Amendment Number 50 to the Town of Caledon Official Plan be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Town of Caledon and the Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board for their information.

Approved 84-526-1 7

RECOMMENDATION P-76-84: .

That Regional Council authorize draft approval of draft plan of subdivision 21T-80054C, Phase 11, Affiliated Realty, with respect to lands located in part of Lots 27 and 28, Concession 3, West of Hurontario Street, of the former Township of Caledon, now in the Town of Caledon, subject to the conditions as set out in Schedule 'C' attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1984;

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

And further, that the Regional Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign the Subdivision Agreement;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated August 23, 1984, concerning draft plan of subdivision 21T-80054C, Phase 11 be forwarded to the Town of Caledon, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing and the applicant for their information.

Approved 84-526-1 8

RECOMMENDATION P-77-84:

That a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled "Procedures for a Citizens Referral of Plans of Subdivision to the Ontario Municipal Board under the Old and New Planning Acts at the Time of Draft Approval", dated August 20, 1984, be sent to the Planning Committee Chairman at each of the Area Municipalities;

And further, that when citizens are concerned with a plan of subdivision, the Chairman be requested to explain that after the plan is recommended by City/Town Council, it will be sent to the Region for approval, and if citizens wish to refer the plan to the Ontario Municipal Board, they must request notice or referral before Regional Council considers the plan.

Approved 84-526-19

RECOMMENDATION P-78-84:

That Regional Council authorize approval of amendments to the conditions of draft approval for revised draft plan of subdivision 21T-80001M, Chrand Construction (Mississauga) Inc., located on the west side of Mississauga Road, north of Burnhamthorpe Road West, in the City of Mississauga, in accordance with the revised conditions of draft approval set out in Schedule 'D', dated September 6, 1984;

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

And further, that the Regional Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign the Financial and Servicing Agreements;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated September 6, 1984, be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing and Chrand Construction (Mississauga) Inc., for their information.

Approved 84-526-20

SS-84-6 - Social Services

Meeting held September 18, 1984

Councillor Cook indicated that he was absent from this meeting due to other municipal business.

RECOMMENDATION SS-24-84:

That the Region of Peel Department of Social Services prepare a detailed proposal for the renovation and addition to the Sheridan Villa, Home for the Aged which will provide extended and/or chronic care beds within a specialized psychogeriatric programming environment;

And further, that the Department of Social Services retain the services of Donald E. Skinner as architectural consultant related to the enhancement of Sheridan Villa, to prepare a:

(a) site feasibility study,

(b) preliminary design drawings, and

(c) models and renderings;

And further, that the Department of Social Services identify and obtain the services of psychogeriatric programming consultants to prepare comprehensive studies of the psychogeriatric program design and related specifications required as the basis for the architectural design for Sheridan Villa;

And further, that a report be presented to Council in May, 1985 for approval of the Sheridan Villa program and architectural study prior to submission to the appropriate provincial ministries;

And further, that a separate report is to be prepared by staff for Council's review by April, 1985, with recommendations on the role and location of new long-term facilities in Peel;

And further, that the study address and report on the implications of what might be proposed for the Region for a second health care facility in Brampton;

And further, that $25,000.00 be transferred from Project 82-0040 to Project 84-0031 (Home for the Aged Feasibility Study/Sheridan Villa Expansion) for a total project cost of $107,000.00, with the total $107,000.00 financing to come from Current Revenue;

And further, that these reports be sent to the Medical Officer of Health and the Peel District Health Council for information and action where deemed necessary.

Approved 84-526-2 1

RECOMMENDATION SS-25-84:

That Family Court Relation Bureau - Parental Support Worker program be continued, that quarterly reports be submitted to review trends;

And further, that copies of these reports be sent to the Ministry of Community and Social Services and to the Court Administrator, Provincial Court, Family Division, Judicial District of Peel;

And further, that whereas the Region is responsible to pay 50% of the cost of administration towards staff salary for the Parental Support Program while reaping only 20% of the savings achieved, the Province be requested to provide 80/20% cost sharing on the costs of administration in line with the 80/20% cost sharing at the program savings level.

Approved 84-526-22

RECOMMENDATION SS-26-84:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the documents as contained in the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated August 24, 1984 regarding the Peel Family Court Clinic for the period April 1, 1984 to March 31, 1985.

Approved 84-526-23

RECOMMENDATION SS-27-84:

That Provincial staff be requested to attend a meeting of the Peel Social Services Committee to report on a Children's Mental Health Centre.

Approved 84-526-24

RECOMMENDATION SS-28-84:

That Council authorize the Chairman and Clerk to execute a leasing agreement with Capital Bus Sales on the terms outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated September 5, 1984 for a thirty-six (36) month period beginning October 1, 1984, for five (5) new vehicles for the Transhelp fleet for $4,240.00 per month;

And further, that the Clerk be authorized to make the necessary application to the Ontario Municipal Board.

Approved 84-526-25

RECOMMENDATION SS-29-84:

That the Commissioner of Social Services submit a further report to the next Social Services Committee meeting addressing such issues as greater accessability to day care, the principle of universal day care and other options such as the inclusion of day care/parenting courses in the secondary schools.

Approved 84-526-26

RECOMMENDATION SS-30-84:

That Resolution SS-23-84 concerning an increase for family day care providers, dated June 28th, 1984, be amended to read $12.15 which is within the Region 1984 approved budget.

Approved 84-526-27

RECOMMENDATION SS-31-84:

That the maximum rate be increased from $8.00 per day to $8.50 per day, to come into effect October 1st, 1984 for private operators of Day Care Centres.

Approved 84-526-28

RECOMMENDATION SS-32-84:

That the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre Nursing Home admission procedure as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated September 7, 1984, be approved;

And further, that the form of the agreement for admissions to the Vera M. Davis Community Care Nursing Home be approved for execution by the Chairman and the Clerk under the Routine Documents Procedure.

Approved 84-526-29

RECOMMENDATION SS-33-84:

That the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre be authorized to admit twenty-five (25) residents of the Town of Caledon Nursing Home to the nursing home section of the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre.

Approved 84-526-30

RECOMMENDATION SS-34-84:

That staff be authorized to forward the Youth Corps Proposals to BILD (Bureau of Industrial Leadership and Development) of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for consideration and approval;

And further, that upon receipt of approval from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all related documents on behalf of the Region of Peel;

And further, that staff be authorized to forward the overview and proposals of local MPP's and MP's as another mechanism of keeping them aware and informed of both the needs of the unemployed and the actions of the Region of Peel and the Employment Strategies Team in addressing the issue of employment.

Approved 84-526-31

CW-248-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 84-526-32

Councillor E. Mitchell declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 84-526 and stated that the reason was by virtue of her husband's membership in a Golf Club in the area and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

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

Carried 84-526

The report from the Task Force on Waste Management entitled "Search for Landfill Site, City of Brampton", dated September 27, 1984 was considered.

Moved by Councillor E.V. Kolb, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the report of the Waste Management Study Steering Committee dated September 14, 1984 be received;

And further, that McLaren Plansearch be authorized to proceed with a further hydrogeological testing program in Area 1 designated by the Steering Committee including Area "C";

And further, that the Steering Committee be directed to determine the potentially best suited 400 acre site based on these studies and all other pertinent data and report back to the Waste Management Task Force as soon as possible;

And further, that before this testing take place a Public Meeting of West Brampton rural community and other interested citizens be held to table the report of the Technical Steering Committee and to inform the public of the direction being pursued by Council in this matter;

And further, that the citizens be advised that prior to any exhaustive hydrogeological studies being carried out on any preferred 400 acre site, a further Public Meeting will be held;

And further, that the Commissioner of Public Works be authorized to spend up to $50,000.00 to be transferred from the Solid Waste Disposal Rate Stablilization Reserve to the Solid Waste Management Study Project (Number 81-6200) to cover costs for drilling and public information programs.

Carried 84-527

Public Works staff was requested to forward the Task Force report to the Aldermen at the City of Brampton. Councillor Robertson requested that the proposed newsletter on Waste Management issues be sent to all residents in Wards 6 and 10 of the City of Brampton and that the newsletter include an insert showing the dates of the public meetings and the decisions made by Council on September 27, 1984.

Moved by Councillor E.V. Kolb, Seconded by Councillor E.A. Southorn;

That the Waste Management Technical Steering Committee not have any political representation.

Carried 84-528

The report of the Chief Administrative Officer entitled "Design Study: Community Waste Recycling Centres" (CAO-84-18) was considered.

Moved by Councillor H.M. McCallion, Seconded by Councillor D.J. Culham;

That subject to appropriate public meetings, the Commissioner of Public Works be authorized to begin establishment of Community Waste Recycling Centres as proposed in the report of the Chief Administrative Officer dated September 19, 1984, such that one is pursued for Britannia as soon as possible and that three others proposed for Mississauga, Brampton and Bolton are reviewed with the local community and if possible, confirmed and operational by April, 1985, subject to Council approval;

And further, that staff pursue approvals for Provincial, Federal and private start-up subsidies and employment funding in order to assure the early 1985 target for operation of all three centres is achieved;

And further, that staff be authorized to confirm proposed or alternate sites and negotiate appropriate arrangements for approval of Council;

And further, that a 1984 budget to establish this program at Britannia be approved in the following amounts and funded from Waste Rate Stabilization Reserve:

Capital facilities $37, 000. 00 Two months operating (including promotion) 7, 000. 00 $44, 000. 00

And further, that staff develop a comprehensive 1985 budget for Waste Recycling Centres to be presented to Council before the end of this year;

And further, that there be a regular report to Council through the Public Works Committee which monitors the success of each Waste Recycling Centre towards meeting its respective share of the 10% by 1990 tar~et for recycling in Peel and provides current information as available for other recycling programs.

Carried 84-529

The Chief Administrative Officer was requested to report on the Region hosting a one day seminar for the public on recycling. The Chairman was requested to convene a meeting with Councillors Culham and Robertson regarding the format and content of the proposed seminar.

Staff was requested to forward the policy on recycling in apartments to the area municipalities for consideration and implementation.

Councillor D.J. Culham requested that Public Works staff investi~ate the City of Kitchener's source separation program allowing residents to separate recyclable waste at their homes.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending acceptance of a tender for the installation of traffic control signals at the intersection of Kennedy Road at Glidden Road and for the update of traffic signals at the intersection of Derry Road and Goreway Drive (Contract Number 84-4404).

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the tender for Contract 84-4404 from Stacey Electric Company Limited in the amount of $40,630.00, for the installation of traffic signals at the intersection of Kennedy Road at Glidden Road, and for the update of the traffic signals at the intersection of Derry Road at Goreway Drive, be accepted, this being the lowest tender received and that the Clerk and Chairman be authorized to execute the contract documents;

And further, that the financing for these accounts be set up as follows:

Original Gross Subsidy Current Revenue

84-4400 $152, 500. 00$63, 600. 00 $88, 900. 00

Revised Gross SubsidyCurrent Revenue

84-4400 $ 97,500.00 $40,700.00$56,800.00

84-4412 10,000.00 4,200.005,800.00

84-4420 45,000.00 18~700.0026,300.00

TOTALS $152,500.00 $63,600.00$88,900.00

Carried 84-530

b) Report of the Regional Clerk with regard to an appointment to the Halton Region Conservation Authority.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That Mr. Peter Ellis be appointed to the Halton Region Conservation Authority for the balance of the 1982-1985 term.

Carried 84-531

c) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to Urban Equities Plan of Subdivision 21T-83005, City of Mississauga.

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the revised agreement between Urban Equities Sherwood Inc. and the Region of Peel to provide for the construction of a 600 millimetre (24 inch) watermain on easements adjacent to the south side of Eglinton Avenue, between Highway 403 (Cawthra Road) and Highway 10 (Hurontario Street) be approved, and the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement on behalf of the Region of Peel;

And further, that the Region of Peel contribute to the construction of a 600 millimetre (24 inch) watermain on the south side of Eglinton Avenue in the amount of $107,905.00, to be financed from capital development funds (Project Number 90483.84- 1120);

And further, that By-law Number 78-84 be repealed and replaced, and be presented to Council, authorizing the construction of a 600 millimetre (24 inch) watermain on Eglinton Avenue from Highway 403 to Highway 10, at an estimated cost of $843,630.00, to be financed as follows:

(Project Number 90483.84-1120)

Urban Equities Sherwood Inc. - $500,680.00 Kaneff Holdings Limited - 108,501.00 Ministry of Environment Grant - 126, 544.00 Capital Development Funds

- 904-83-841120 - 60,645.00 - 904-83-841500 - 47,183.00 - 502-9001- 77.00

$843,630.00

Carried 84-532

d) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the widening of Dixie Road between Eglinton Avenue and Britannia Road.

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That W. Strok ~ Associates Limited be engaged to undertake the functional planning and design for recommended improvements on Dixie Road between Eglinton Avenue and Britannia Road at an estimated cost of $80,000.00, to be charged against Project Number 84-4020, and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the necessary agreement.

Carried 84-533

e) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to draft plan of subdivision 21T-84018, Block TT (Plan 59), Milan Lubinic and Joe Skof.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That Milan Lubinic and Joe Skof be required to pay levies for Block TT, Plan M-59 (T-84018) in accordance with the financial agreement dated November 21, 1974 between the Region of Peel and Morenish Land Development Ltd.

Carried 84-534

BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the By-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 118-84 to 123-84 inclusive and 126-84, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 84-535

By-law 118-84: To amend By-law Number 82-83, being a by-law to authorize expenditures for the widening of Steeles Avenue from McMurchy Avenue to McLaughlin Road in the City of Brampton.

By-law 119-84: To amend By-law Number 65-82, being a by-law to authorize expenditures for the acquisition of land, engineering and other costs for future miscellaneous projects.

By-law 120-84: To authorize the construction of 815 metres (2,675 feet) of 750 millimetre (30 inch) and 90 metres (295 feet) of 600 millimetre (24 inch) watermains on Heartlake Road from 10 Sideroad southerly in the City of Brampton, at a total estimated cost of $790,000.00, and to authorize the withdrawal of $97,285.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 121-84: To authorize a contribution of $69,125.00 to Urban Equities Sherwood Inc. for the oversizing of sanitary trunk sewers located west of Hurontario Street and south of Eglinton Avenue in the City of Mississauga, and the withdrawal of $69,125.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 122-84: To authorize a contribution of $6,567.00 to First City Development Corporation Ltd. for the oversizing of a watermain on the Tenth Line West at Battleford Road in the City of Mississauga.

By-law 123-84: To amend By-law Number 54-84, being a by-law to authorize the construction of a sewage pumping station and forcemain in the former Village of Bolton, in the Town of Caledon.

By-law 126-84: To authorize the construction of a 600 millimetre (24 inch) watermain on Eglinton Avenue from Highway 403 to Highway 10 in the City of Mississauga, at a total estimated cost of $843,630.00, the withdrawal of $107,905.00 from the Capital Development Fund, and to repeal By-law Number 78-84.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the By-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 124-84 and 125-84, be given two readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk after first and second reading, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 84-536

By-law 124-84: To amend By-law Number 35-84, being a by-law to authorize the construction of a watermain extension on Bond Street in the former Village of Bolton, Town of Caledon.

By-law 125-84: To stop up part of the public highway located in part of Lot 27, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street, in the Town of Caledon, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy, County of Peel).

RESOLUTIONS

a) City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws Number 693-84 and 715-84.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor L.C. Taylor;

That City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws Number 693-84 and 715-84 be approved.

Carried 84- 537

b) City of Brampton Traffic By-law Number 211-84.

Moved by Councillor L.C. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That City of Brampton Traffic By-law Number 211-84 be approved.

Carried 84- 538

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor H.E. Kennedy;

WHEREAS heart attack is the leading cause of death in the Region of Peel;

AND WHEREAS Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (or C.P.R.), an emergency first aid procedure used during heart attack, has been demonstrated to save lives in the community;

AND WHEREAS HeartStart '84 is a joint effort by 26 community agencies to train a large number of Peel citizens in C.P.R.;

THEREFORE the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel proclaims October 13th and 14th to be HeartStart '84: C.P.R. Days in Peel.

Carried 84-539

Moved by Councillor L.C. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor V.K. McCreary;

WHEREAS there exists contradictions in the Provincial Legislation relating to the eligibility of sponsored immigrants and Canadian Citizens who signed sponsorship documents prior to achieving citizenship, to receive social assistance through General Welfare Assistance and Family Benefit Assistance;

AND WHEREAS there exists contradictions between the Citizenship Act and the Immigration Act relating to periods of sponsorship and eligibility to receive citizenship;

AND WHEREAS it is absolutely unacceptable that there be "Two Classes" of citizenship with regard to availability of services;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED

1. That the Province amend section 3(3) (b) of the General Welfare Assistance regulations so as to be consistent with Family Benefit Allowance regulations for sponsored immigrants;

2. That the Province amend the General Welfare Assistance and Family Benefit Allowance regulations to delete previous support obligations of sponsorship upon the acquisition of citizenship;

3. That the Federal Government be requested to amend the Immigration Act so as to harmonize periods of sponsorship and nomination to coincide with the acquisition of citizenship under the Citizenship Act;

4. That the Department of Social Services immediately adopt a policy, whereby the acquisition of citizenship would terminate previous support obligation relating to immigration. Deferred to the next meeting of Council. 84-540

ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

Councillor D.M. Marland expressed appreciation to the Regional Chairman for the recent press releases that have been issued through his office. Councillor P. Robertson expressed his opposition to the inclusion of Site C for preliminary test drilling for the new sanitary landfill site.

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor L.C. Taylor;

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

Carried 84-54 1

REPORTS

CAO-84-16 - (Deferred from the Council meeting of September 13, 1984.)

CW-249-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the recommendations contained in the report of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO-84-16) not be implemented.

A recorded vote on Resolution CW-249-84 was requested by Councillor Cook.

In favour: Cook, Culham, Kennedy, McCreary, McKechnie, Mitchell, Porteous, Sutter, Taylor. Total 9.

Opposed: Clarkson, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, Robertson, Skjarum, Southorn. Total 7.

Absent: Glassford, Hunter, McCallion, Russell, Whillans. Total 5. Councillor Cook's motion was carried. 84-542-1

The Chief Administrative Officer was given direction regarding the subject matter of his report.

CW-250-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 84-542-2

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor H.E. Kennedy;

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

Carried 84-542

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor H.E. Kennedy;

That By-law Number 127-84 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at the meeting held on September 27, 1984 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 84-543

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook, Seconded by Councillor H.E. Kennedy;

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, October 11, 1984 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 84-544

The meeting adjourned at 5:45 p.m.

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