THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD AT BRAMPTON

DECEMBER 13, 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 R.F. Russell recited the prayer.

All members were present except Councillor D.J. Culham who arrived at 2:20 p.m., Councillor W.J. Hunter who arrived at 5:00 p.m., Councillor H.E. Kennedy who arrived at 2:00 p.m., Councillor S. Mahoney who arrived at 1:50 p.m., Councillor F.J. McKechnie who was ill, Councillor K.G. Whillans who arrived at 1:50 p.m.

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the minutes of the meeting held on November 22, 1984, be adopted.

Carried 84-668

Moved by Councillor D.L Cook, Seconded by Councillor H. McCallion;

That an additional delegation, J.D. Rogers and Associates representing the Andrew Michaels Group be placed on the agenda.

Lost 84-669

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the agenda be approved.

Carried 84-670

Prior to dealing with delegations, Councillor E. Kolb introduced Mr. D. Estrin, the Region's Counsel with respect to Waste Management items other than the Ontario Waste Management Corporation.

DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. Willson McTavish and Mr. James Lewis appeared regarding Counsel for the Region in relation to the choice by the Ontario Waste Management Corporation of a liquid waste management disposal site.

The Regional Chairman gave a verbal report on a meeting held with the Minister of the Environment with respect to the Region's request for information from the Ontario Waste Management Corporation.

Agenda Item 12 s) was brought forward at this time.

Moved by Councillor E.A. Southorn, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

That delegation and the report of the Regional Solicitor dated December 10, 1984 be received;

And further, that the request for additional funding to carry out hydrogeological drilling as outlined in the report of the Regional Solicitor be approved;

And f urther, that this drilling be carried out as soon as possible or as Counsel deems necessary.

Carried 84-671

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor L.C. Taylor;

That the suggested amendments to the Ontario Waste Management Corporation Act as contained in Counsel's letter of November 28, 1984 be formally submitted to the Province;

And further, that the Province be requested to amend this legislation to reflect Regional Council's concerns;

And f urther, that the Region's members of the Provincial Parliament be requested to provide written support of this resolution.

Carried 84-672

b) Mr. Colin F. W. Isaacs, Executive Director, The Pollution Probe Foundation, appealed with respect to the Foundation's report entitled "A Burning Question: Air Emissions f rom Municipal Refuse Incinerators".

The delegation was requested to provide the Clerk with a written copy of his presentation for circulation to members of Council.

The delegation was also requested to provide their comments on incineration in the manufacture of cement.

Moved by Councillor H. McCallion, Seconded by Councillor S. Mahoney;

That Council requests that Pollution Probe become more involved and concentrate on the Ontario Waste Management Corporation's investigation of liquid waste disposal.

Carried 84-673

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the Federal Government be requested to accelerate funding for Environment Canada's study on the Emissions in Incineration;

And further, that the Region's Member of Parliament be requested to assist in this request.

Carried 84-674

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell, Seconded by Councillor E.A. Southorn;

That the Region defer the Energy from Waste (Petro Sun) project pending the receipt of results of Environment Canadas' investigation.

The Chairman ruled that this motion was out of order.

c) Mrs. Carolyn Siller, President, Mississauga Citizen's Environmental Protection Association, appeared with respect to the energy from waste proposal.

Received 84-675

The delegation was requested to provide the Clerk with a written summary of her remarks for circulation to Council.

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson, Seconded by Councillor E.Mitchell;

That further public meetings will be held regarding any energy from waste proposals (Petro-Sun) when the Region is at a stage to present new inf ormation.

Carried 84-676

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

Whereas the Region of Peel and other municipalities are facing increased problems with the disposal of municipal waste;

And whereas, the per capita volume of garbage is continuing to increase in part due to redundant or excessive packaging practices of the consumer products industry; Therefore be it resolved that the Region of Peel petition the Provincial Government to pass legislation to regulate and reduce the amount and type of packaging used throughout this Province.

Carried 84-677

COMMUNICATIONS

a) The Mississauga Citizen's Environmental Protection Association with respect to the energy from waste proposal - Petro-Sun Inc.

Received 84-678

b) The City of Brampton with respect to the proposed sanitary landfill site.

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor N. Porteous;

Whereas I, Councillor D. Sutter, voted in the affirmative with respect to the resolution 84-234;

Therefore, be it resolved that resolution 84-234 be reconsidered. The Regional Clerk advised that the Procedural By-law stipulates that a motion to reconsider is non-debatable and would be dealt with at the next meeting of Regional Council.

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

That the requirements of the Procedural By-law be waived and that Councillor Sutter's motion of reconsideration be dealt with at this time.

A recorded vote on Councillor Skjarum's resolution was requested by Councillor Mahoney.

In favour: Clarkson, Cook, Culham, Glassford, Kennedy, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, McCreary, Mitchell, Porteous, Robertson, Russell, Skjarum, Southorn, Sutter, Taylor, Whillans.

Total 19.

Opposed: Nil.

Absent: Hunter, McKechnie.

Total 2.

Councillor Skiarum's motion was carried. 84-679

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor N. Porteous;

Whereas I, Councillor D. Sutter, voted in the affirmative with respect to the resolution 84-234;

Therefore, be it resolved that resolution 84-234 be reconsidered.

A recorded vote on Councillor Sutter's resolution was requested by Councillor Cook.

Iln favour: Mitchell, Porteous, Robertson, Sutter.

Total 4.

Opposed: Clarkson, Cook, Culham, Glassford, Kennedy, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, McCreary, Russell, Skjarum, Southorn, Taylor Whillans.

Total 15.

Absent: Hunter, McKechnie.

Total 2.

Councillor Sutter's motion was lost. 84-680

c) Copy of a letter from the City of Mississauga to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing with respect to the Environmental Protection Act.

Received and referred to Mr. D. Estrin for his comments. 84-681

d) The Town of Caledon with respect to a request for assumption of roads by the Region.

Received and referred to Public Works staff for a report to the Public Works Committee. 84-682

e) Councillor E.A. Southorn with respect to Peel's Children's Foundation.

Moved by Councillor E.A. Southorn, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

Whereas The Children's Foundation was created to promote and develop additional services for children and families in the Region of Peel and;

Whereas The Peel Children's Foundation actively supports existing community agencies in Health, Education and Social Services to develop and expand their services to children and;

Whereas The Peel Children's Foundation wishes to continue to provide for additional Mental Health Services for children in Peel and;

Whereas The Peel Children's Foundation is embarking on a campaign to raise $250,000.00 as well as public awareness to the needs of children, the campaign to be known as The Peel Kid's Appeal;

Therefore, I Frank Bean, Chairman of the Region of Peel do hereby proclaim the month of December 1984 to be Peel Kid's Appeal Month in the Region of Peel.

Carried 84-683

f) Mr. E. Warrick, General Manager, Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International Airport, with respect to sanitary sewage disposal from the Airport.

Received and referred to the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance for a report to the Administration and Finance Committee.

84-684

g) The Ontario Council of Regents for Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology with respect to the appointment of Mr. D.F. Clarkson to the College Board for a term commencing January 1,1985 and expiring December 31, 1987.

Received . Staff was directed to notify Mr. Williams and Mr. Fearis of Mr. Clarkson's appointment.

84-685

h) The Honourable Don Mazankowski, Minister of Transport, in response to Council's resolution (84- 580) with respect to cabooseless trains.

Received 84-686

i) The Ministry of Community and Social Services in response to Council's resolution (SS-25-84) regarding the Family Court Relation Bureau.

Received 84- 687

j) Copies of letters from the Commissioner of Planning and the City of Etobicoke with respect to the Ontario Jockey Club's proposed amendment to the Industrial Class Two Provisions of the Zoning Code to permit the development of a stadium and necessary support facilities on property located south of Rexdale Boulevard and east of Highway 427 adjacent to the Woodbine Race Track.

Received 84-688

PETITIONS

a) Petition for the construction of watermains on 4th Line Albion north of 17 Sideroad.

Received and referred to Public Works staff for a report to the Public Works Committee. 84-689

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell; That Council move into Committee of the Whole to consider reports.

Carried 84-690

REPORTS

Regional Chairman.

Chief Administrative Officer.

Correspondence From MississaugaCitizen's

Environmental Protection Association

Received 84-691-1

This matter was also dealt with under Resolution 84-678.

CAO-84-21 - Pollution Probe's Report, A Burning Question: Air Emissions From Municipal Refuse Incinerators

Received 84-691-2

This matter was also dealt with under Resolution 84-673.

CAO-84-22 - Housing Directions For The Region Of Peel

CW-276-84:

Moved by Councillor E.A. Southorn;

That the Report of the General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation dated November 5, 1984, and entitled "Housing Directions for the Region of Peel" be adopted by the Council of the Region of Peel;

And further, that a copy of the report be directed to the provincial and federal Members of Parliament for the Region.

Carried 84-691-3

CAO-84-23 - 1984 Region Employee United Way Campaign

Received 84-691-4

Committees.

PW-84-12 - Public Works Committee Meeting held December 4, 1984

With respect to Item 1 of the Public Works Committee minutes a letter from Mr. Bonvivere representing the Andrew Michaels Group was distributed. A report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated December 13, 1984 on this matter was also distributed.

CW-277-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That a right-in-access be permitted from Erin Mills Parkway as per the request of the Andrew Michaels Group;

And further, that a stop control be placed at the exit to Erin Mills Parkway;

And further, that the right-in access can be accommodated now and in the future on the existing right-of-way, provided that the properties are compatibly graded;

And further, that at least one access (in and out) be developed to Southfield Road;

And further, that the Region continues to have concerns with respect to full access at Battleford Road, and believes if full access is granted, entering vehicles may in the future interfere with operations of the Battleford/Erin Mills Parkway intersection. Councillor Cook's motion was dealt with clause by clause.

Clause 1

C W-278-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That a right-in-access be permitted from Erin Mills Parkway as per the request of the Andrew Michaels Group;

Carried 84-69 1-5

Clause 2

C W-279-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That a stop control be placed at the exit to Erin Mills Parkway;

Carried 84-691-6

Clause 3

CW-280-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the right-in access can be accommodated now and in the future on the existing right-of- way, provided that the properties are compatibly graded;

Referred to the Mississauga Site Plan Committee. 84-691-7

Clause 4

CW-281-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That at least one access (in and out) be developed to Southfield Road; Referred to the Mississauga Site Plan Committee. 84-691-8

Clause 5

CW-282-84:

Moved by Councillor D.L. Cook;

That the Region continues to have concerns with respect to full access at Battleford Road, and believes if full access is granted, entering vehicles may in the future interfere with operations of the Battleford/Erin Mills Parkway intersection.

Referred to the Mississauga Site Plan Committee. 84-691-9

RECOMMENDATION PW-151-84:

That the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated November 2, 1984 regarding the Kathrose Development Limited lands within the Oakridge Forest be deferred to the January 8, 1985 meeting of the Public Works Committee;

And further, that Public Works staff clarify with the City of Mississauga's staff whether further park lands are required in the vicinity.

Approved 84-691- 1 0

RECOMMENDATION PW-152-84:

That the design plans as prepared by Baker Salmona Hess Landscape Architects in regards to the development of a golf course at the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site be received and referred to the Waste Management Task Force;

And further, that the Waste Management Task Force be requested to study the potential of a composting operation for the supply of additional topsoil material at the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site and that a feasibility report be made to the Task Force.

Approved 84-691- 1 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-153-84:

That the Region purchase a C136 Tapping Machine and H602 Gasoline Engine Drive Unit from Mueller Limited at a cost of $15,619.28 (plus Provincial Sales Tax);

And further, that the funds be allocated from the Vehicle Equipment Reserve (Account 502L2043).

Approved 84-691- 12

RECOMMENDATION PW-154-84:

That the sum of $30,000.00 for the completion of the work on the supervisory control and monitoring systems for the Caledon water systems and Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon Sewage Pumping Stations be allocated from 1984 Budget Item (904-83-84-1160) to be financed from Capital Development Funds;

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

Approved 84-691-13

RECOMMENDATION PW-155-84:

That the tender submitted by Colavita Construction Limited in the amount of $40,359.51 for the construction of a 300 mm watermain on easement in Caledon East, Town of Caledon (Project Number 90483.84-1170) be accepted;

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

Approved 84-691- 14

RECOMMENDATION PW-156-84:

That the petition for the construction of a sanitary sewer on Mississauga Road from Indian Road to Arrowhead Road and minor sewer extensions at Atoka Drive and Comanche Road in the City of Mississauga be considered during 1985 Capital Budget discussions;

And further, that the abutting property owners be so advised.

Approved 84-69 1- 1 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-157-84:

That works be initiated to replace the existing 200 mm and 375 mm sanitary sewer with 250 mm and 375 mm P.V.C. sanitary sewer on William Street, from Caroline Street to 66 metres north of James Street, in the City of Mississauga, for a total distance of 490 metres more or less, under Project Number 90433.84-2320;

And further, that funds in the amount of $125,000.00 be provided for this work from the 1984 Capital Budget Item 90433.84-2320, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 84-691-16

RECOMMENDATION PW-158-84:

That a 300 mm inter-connection be constructed on Eglinton Avenue East at Explorer Drive in the City of Mississauga at an estimated cost of $35,000.00 under Project Number 83-1550, subject to an agreement being made between the Region and the City of Etobicoke;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1983 Capital Budget Item 90483.83-1550 to be financed from Interest Recovery.

Approved 84-691-17

RECOMMENDATION PW-159-84:

That Council through the Regional Chairman register with the Minister of Transportation and

COMMUNICATIONS, their serious concern with recent inf ormation that the construction of the Highway 401 overpass at Derry Road is now scheduled for 1990, a two year delay from previous scheduling, and request that the Minister give serious consideration to the reinstatement of this construction in 1988 in order that the widening of Derry Road to Mississauga Road might be completed as quickly as possible.

Approved 84-691- 18

RECOMMENDATION PW-160-84: .

That the balance of Contract 84-55 for asphalt restoration be awarded to T ~c R Paving as being the second lowest bidder on this tender, in the estimated amount of $85,000.00.

Approved 84-691- 19

RECOMMENDATION PW-161-84:

That Contract Number 83-123 between the Corporation of the City of Brampton, the Regional Municipality of Peel and Stacey Electric Company Limited for Traffic Signal Maintenance be extended to December 31st, 1985, all in accordance with the Contract Terms and Conditions, along with a 4.4% cost increase for equipment, vehicles and routine maintenance flat rate items;

And further, that Contract 13-211 83216, between the Corporation of the City of Mississauga, the Regional Municipality of Peel and Stacey Electric Company Limited, for Traffic Signal Maintenance be extended to December 31st, 1985, all in accordance with the Contract Terms and Conditions along with a 4.4% cost increase for equipment and vehicles.

Approved 84-691-20

RECOMMENDATION PW-162-84:

That approval be given to modify the signal installation at the intersection of Dixie Road at Aerowood Drive, in the City of Mississauga, to provide a westbound dual left turn movement and that the necessary modifications be carried out by Stacey Electric Company Limited;

And further, that the financing of this account be set up as follows:

Original Gross Subsidy Current Revenue

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

Revised Gross Subsidy Current Revenue

84-4400 $82,700.00 $34,700.00 $48,000.00

84-4470 14,800.00 6,000.00 8,800.00

TOTAL $97,500.00 $40,700.00 $56,800.00

Approved

84-691-21

RECOMMENDATION PW-163-84:

That the contract (83-4011) with International Fence Limited, be extended for an additional sixty- two (62) meters from the southerly limit of the existing contract;

And further, that staff be authorized to negotiate the purchase of the necessary lands on which to construct the sound barrier wall on the Erin Mills Parkway as identified in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated November 12, 1984;

And further, that the additional cost of constructing this wall be charged against the account for miscellaneous improvements (83-4200).

Approved 84-69 1-22

RECOMMENDATION PW-164-84:

That no action be taken with respect to revising the pedestrian timing presently provided at the intersection of Cawthra Road and Rathburn Road, in the City of Mississauga.

Approved 84-69 1-23

H -84-8 - HEALTH COMMITTEE Meeting held December 4,1984 -458-

RECOMMENDATION H-22-84:

That the policies and procedures related to the role of the Community Health Nurse be approved, as outlined in the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health dated November 15, 1984.

Approved 84-69 1-24

RECOMMENDATION H-23-84:

That the Region of Peel carry out testing and evaluation of private wells in the vicinity of the Ontario Waste Management Corporation candidate site in the City of Mississauga;

And further, that the Ontario Waste Management Corporation be requested to fund this testing. Tabled 84-691-25

RECOMMENDATION H-24-84:

That the 1984-85 Home Care Supplementary Budget in the net amount of $268,621.00 be approved, as outlined in the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health dated November 15, 1984, subject to approval by the Ministry of Health, including a complement increase of 3.44 which will consist of 1.14 full time equivalent in Case Managers, 1.3 full time equivalent in clerical staff and 1 f ull time equivalent in Occupational Therapists.

Approved 84-691-26

AF-84-4 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Meeting held December 4, 1984

RECOMMENDATION AF-78-84:

That the 1985 water and sewer rate increases be approved at 3.0% and 4.2% respectively, resulting in a water rate of $1.37 per thousand gallons (1984 rate $1.33) and a sewer rate of $1.73 per thousand gallons (1984 rate $1.66) to take effect on monthly billings rendered on or after ~anuary 30, 1985 and quarterly billings rendered on or after April 1, 1985;

And further, that the sewer 1985 current budget include additional current revenue contributions to capital of $588,000.00 beyond the normal increases budgeted for this item;

And further, that the necessary by-laws be authorized for presentation to Council.

Approved 84-69 1-27

RECOMMENDATION AF-79-84:

That the final Ministry of the Environment rates for the 1984-1985 Provincial fiscal year be approved at $11,473,200.00 for water service and $12,401,700.00 for sewer service, this being equivalent to the preliminary rates approved on July 5, 1984;

And further, that the preliminary Ministry of the Environment rates for the 1985-1986 Provincial fiscal year be approved at $11,601,300.00 for water service and $12,949,300.00 for sewer service for the purpose of setting the Regional 1985 sewer and water rates;

And further, that the sewage treatment rate incorporated into the Region's qualitative sewer surcharge in 1985 be 94.8~ per thousand gallons.

Approved 84-691-28

RECOMMENDATION AF-80-84:

That the by-law accompanying the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated November 21, 1984 be approved, authorizing the temporary borrowing of monies to meet 1985 current expenditures pending receipt of revenues and capital expenditures pending the sale of debentures in accordance with Section 92 and 97, respectively, of The Regional Municipality of Peel Act.

Approved 84-691-29

RECOMMENDATION AF-81-84:

That $255,000.00 be transferred to the design and engineering of the settling tanks at Lorne Park Plant from Miscellaneous Construction (Projects Number 791900, 811900 and 841900) in the amount of $96,480.00 from Ontario Water Resources Commission proceeds, $140,000.00 from Capital Development Funds and $18,520.00 from Current Revenue;

And further, a by-law be authorized for payment to the Crown for the design and engineering of the settling tanks at Lorne Park Plant at a cost of $300,000.00 to be financed $96,480.00 from Ontario Water Resources Commission proceeds, $140,000.00 from Capital Development Funds, $18,520.00 from Current Revenue and $45,000.00 from Ministry of the Environment grants and to authorize the withdrawal of $140,000.00 from Capital Development Funds (Project Number 841950).

Approved 84-69 1-30

RECOMMENDATION AF-82-84:

That the amount of $97,600.00 be contributed from the 1984 Police budget (7022241-7402) to the Vehicle Reserve (502-L2020) to provide for the 9 new vehicles ordered from the 1984 Current Budget;

And further, that the purchase of these 9 new vehicles be funded from the Vehicle Reserve (502- L2020).

Approved 84-691-3 1

RECOMMENDATION AF-83-84:

That Telecommunication Consultants Limited be retained as telephone consultants to the Region for 1985-86, at a monthly cost not to exceed $1,500.00 per month;

And further, that the necessary Ontario Municipal Board approval be obtained and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the necessary documents.

Approved 84-69 1-32

RECOMMENDATION AF-84-84:

That the General Accounts Receivable in the amount of $3,326.38, the Interest Penalities in the amount of $903.13, the Day Care Fees in the amount of $1,205.90, the Trust Fund Estates in the amount of $8.97, and the Water and Sewer Billings in the amount of $9,425.93, as outlined in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated October 31, 1984, be approved for write- off.

Approved 84-691-33

RECOMMENDATION AF-85-84:

That the inventory items listed on the attachment of the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated November 19, 1984 be written off in the total amount of $39,871.86 against the appropriate Water and Sewer accounts established for this purpose and identified in the attachment;

And further, that staff be directed to dispose of the items which, where possible, will realize some return to the Region in scrap value, with any revenue received credited to the Water and Sewer accounts.

Approved 84-691-34

RECOMMENDATION AF-86-84:

That the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance be authorized to approve the write-off of Water and Sewer billings and General Receivable billings under $100.00 and of unclaimed credit amounts less than $100.00 subject to periodic reports being submitted to Council;

And further, that write-off amounts of $100.00 or more both debit and credit be submitted to Council for approval;

And further, that resolutions AF-89-81 and AF-86-83 be rescinded.

Approved 84-691-35

RECOMMENDATION AF-87-84:

That the Region accept with regret the resignation of Mr. Willson McTavish. Q.C., and approve the appointment of Mr. James Lewis as Counsel for the Region relating to the choice by the Ontario Waste Management Corporation of a liquid waste management disposal site.

Approved 84-691-36

RECOMMENDATION AF-88-84:

That effective December 1, 1984 the Group Life and Health insurance policy with Confederation Life be renewed for a period of one year based on the premiums stated in the report of the Director of Personnel Services and Labour Relations dated November 19, 1984.

Approved 84-69 1-37

RECOMMENDATION AF-89-84:

That the Ministry of Transportation and Communications be advised that the Region's interest in the property located on the north-westerly side of Pinetree Way, between Glenburnie Road and Stavebank Road, in the City of Mississauga, containing approximately 0.632 acres, and described as being in part of Lot 2, Range 1, Credit Indian Reserve, and part of Block K, Plan B-09, has not changed since this matter was considered by Regional Council on July 10, 1980, namely, that the Region has no interest in acquiring the subject property.

Approved 84-691-38

RECOMMENDATION AF-90-84:

That the fee for Regional letters of compliance be increased from $15.00 to $20.00 effective February 1,1985.

Approved 84-69 1-39

SS-84-8 - Social Services Committee Agenda dated December 4, 1984 - deferred due to lack of quorum.

C W-283-84:

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That Council approve an increase of the Transhelp single fare rate from 80 cents to 85 cents effective January 1, 1985, and from 85 cents to 90 cents effective July 1,1985.

Carried 84-691-40

Item 2 of the Social Services Agenda (SS-84-8) was referred to the next meeting of the Social Services Committee.

84- 691- 41

CW-284-84:

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the revised legal agreements be adopted as the standard form for all legal agreements for purchase of service between the Regional Municipality of Peel and Day Care Providers and between The Regional Municipality of Peel and Private Operators.

Carried 84-691-42

Items 4, 5 and 6 of the Social Services Agenda (SS-84-8) were received. 8 4- 6 9 1- 43

C W-285-84:

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 84-69 1-44

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

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

Carried 84-69 1

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) Report of the Secretary of the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation with respect to the Inglewood Senior Citizens Project. At the request of the Commissioner of Housing this report was withdrawn from the agenda.

b) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to proposed Amendment Number 44 to the Official Plan for the City of Brampton Planning Area (Community Improvement Policy Areas).

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 44 to the City of Brampton Draft Official Plan concerning Community Improvement Policy Areas;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated December 3, 1984, concerning Amendment Number 44 to the City of Brampton Official Plan be forwarded to the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for their information.

Carried 84-692

c) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to proposed Amendment Number 45 to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area (Amendment 45A to the Consolidated Official Plan - Bramalea Limited).

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing and the City of Brampton be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 45 to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area (45A to the Consolidated Official Plan) concerning lands located between Torbram Road and Airport Road on the north side of Steeles Avenue.

Carried 84-693

d) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to proposed Amendment Number C-16-83 to the Official Plan of Etobicoke Planning Area.

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the Region of Peel advise the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing that it has no objection to the approval of Amendment C-16-83 to the Official Plan for the Etobicoke Planning Area subject to further studies being conducted to identify the proposed density of development and employment generated relative to the capacity of the transportation system to the satisfaction of the City of Mississauga, and the incorporation of policies controlling density into the amendment;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 30, 1984 on Amendment C-16-83 to the Official Plan for the Etobicoke Planning Area be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the City of Mississauga and the City of Etobicoke.

Carried 84-694

e) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to proposed Amendment Number 58 of the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga Planning Area.

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment 58 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 23, 1984 concerning Amendment 58 be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.

Carried 84-695

f) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to proposed Amendment Number 60 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga.

Moved by Councillor V.K. McCreary, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of proposed Amendment Number 60 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga, affecting lands located at the south-west corner of Dundas Street West and Glengarry Road in the City of Mississauga;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated November 14, 1984, be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for their information.

Carried 84-696

g) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to an application by Andy aathgate Enterprises Limited to amend the Ontario Regulations made under the Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act, 1973 - File Number 21Z0 038 8403.

Moved by Councillor R. Skjarum, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to Parkway E~elt Amendment Application 21Z0 0388403 - Andy Bathgate Enterprises Limited- located south of Eglinton Avenue East, and west of Highway 403 in the City of Mississauga;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated November 29, 1984, concerning the Parkway Belt amendment application made by Andy Bathgate Enterprises Limited be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for their information.

Carried 84-697

h) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to a request by Weir and Foulds, Barristers and Solicitors, on behalf of the applicant (Summercourt Estates Inc.) for referral of draft plan of subdivision 21T-77027C (revised September 28, 1984) to the Ontario Municipal Board pursuant to Section 51 (1) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1980.

Moved by Councillor V.K. McCreary, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

That the Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-77027C, Summercourt Estates (Revised to September 28, 1984) for a 34.47 ha (84.93 acre) parcel of land located in Part of the East Half of Lot 10, Concession 7 of the former Township of Albion, now in the Town of Caledon (Settlement of Bolton), be referred to the Ontario Municipal Board pursuant to Section 51(1) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1980, in accordance with the letter of request for referral dated November 2, 1984 from Weir and Foulds, the applicant's solicitors;

And further, that the Regional Planning Department copy the relevant portions of its file relating to the draft plan of subdivision, (Revised in September 28, 1984) 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, if so directed by the Board, that the Regional staff prepare conditions of draft approval for approval by the Board;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that in addition to those conditions of the Town of Caledon and other agencies, that the Region will require the applicant to enter into a Subdivision Agreement between the owner, the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel for the provision of Regional services and the payment of Regional development levies;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be advised that the subject referral should be heard in conjunction with a Restricted Area Appeal and an Official Plan Amendment referral if such appeals are requested by the applicant;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 29, 1984, with respect to the referral of draft plan 21T-77027C to the Ontario Municipal Board be forwarded to the Ontario Municipal Board, the Town of Caledon and the applicant for information.

Carried 84-698

i) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to the 1986 Census of Canada.

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the Federal Cabinet and particularly the Minister of Finance, Mr. Wilson, be advised that the Regional Municipality of Peel considers the 1986 Census of Canada to be an essential component of long term planning and thus the 1986 Census of Canada program, as administered by Statistics Canada, must be retained, including the questions on Place of Work related to Place of Residence;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 4, 1984 be forwarded, for endorsement, to the Honourable Thomas L. Wells, the Minister responsible for Intergovernmental Affairs, to the Honourable Larry Grossman, the Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics, to the Honourable Claude Bennett, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing and to the Honourable James Snow, the Minister of Transportation and Communications;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning be forwarded, for endorsement, to the Cities of Mississauga, Brampton and the Town of Caledon to the locally elected Federal Members of Parliament and the Provincial Members of the Ontario Legislative Assembly, the Peel Non-Prof it Housing Corporation, the Peel District Health Council, the Social Planning Council of Peel, the United Way of Peel and to the Brampton and Mississauga Boards of Trade.

Carried 84-699

j) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to the local improvement watermain petition- McKenzie Street and Louise Street, Inglewood, Town of Caledon - financing amendment.

Moved by Councillor V.K. McCreary, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

That By-law Number 137-84 being a by-law for the construction of a watermain extension on McKenzie Street and Louise Street in the Community of Inglewood in the Town of Caledon be amended to replace $16,000.00 in debentures with Interest Recovery on Capital Works in Progress.

Carried 84-700

k) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to the termination agreement for Ministry of the Environment Precepts.

Moved by Councillor R. Skjarum, Seconded by Councillor V.K. McCreary;

That the terminating agreements for certain Ministry of the Environment sewer and water agreements substantially in the form attached to the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated November 23, 1984 be approved for execution by the Chairman and Clerk;

And further, that the Ministry of the Environment Debt Retirement Fund be the first source of funding the liability with the Ministry of the Environment Contingency Reserve Fund being used to fund the remainder.

Carried 84-70 1

1) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to the transfer of unexpended Council conference funds to Reserve for Working Funds pending Conference Policy Review.

Moved by Councillor R. Skjarum, Seconded by Councillor V.K. McCreary;

That the amount of $2,500.00 be transferred from the Council conference account (701- 1100-3622) to the Reserve for Working Funds (502-L1003);

And further, that the $2,500.00 amount be applied in 1985 from the Reserve as directed by Council in 1985.

Carried 84-702

m) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to correspondence from the Board of Commissioners of Police concerning Court Security Of f icers.

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

That the letter dated November 27th, 1984 from the Executive Secretary of the Board of Commissioners of Police dealing with Court Security officers be received;

And further, that Regional Council express its appreciation to the Board for the position they have taken on this matter.

Carried 84-703

n) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to the 1984 Current Budget - Contingency Fund Requirements.

Moved by Councillor R. Skjarum, Seconded by Councillor V.K. McCreary;

That 1984 Contingency Funds be approved f or the purposes outlined in Schedule A and B to the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated December 4, 1984, resulting in total 1984 Contingency Fund withdrawals to a maximum of $530,463.00 where funds cannot be found within individual program budgets.

Carried 84-704

o) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to amendments to the Regional Municipality of Peel Act.

Received 84-705

p) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to a proposed road closing, Williams Parkway in the City of Brampton.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the Region of Peel offer no objections to the proposal of the City of Brampton to close a portion of Williams Parkway, being Parts 2 and 5 on reference plan 43R- 648.

Carried 84-706

q) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the establishment of a Community Recycling Centre at the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the requirements of the Regional Purchasing By-law concerning the disposal of Regional assets be waived where those assets are the recycled materials from the Community Recycling Centres;

And further, that the Regional Purchasing Agent be authorized to negotiate the best possible price for the sale of recycled items from the Community Recycling Centres, after all considerations are accounted for, and that these contracted prices be authorized by the Chairman and Clerk of the Region of Peel if required by the purchaser;

And further, that the Regional Purchasing Agent be authorized to seek the required tenders, quotations and proposals for the construction of the Britannia Community Recycling Centre and that the Chairman and Clerk of the Region of Peel be authorized to sign any necessary contracts with the upset value for the total construction of the Britannia Community Recycling Centre not exceeding $44,000.00;

And further, that a complete report of the construction and operation of the Britannia Community Recycling Centre be made to the Regional Public Works Committee within three months of the actual date of commencement of operations.

Carried 84-707 Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the 1985 Meeting Schedule.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous,

Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the 1985 Committee and Council meeting schedule as attached to the report of the Regional Clerk dated December 6, 1984, be approved.

Carried 84-708

s) Report of the Regional Solicitor with respect to the Ontario Waste Management Corporation's liquid waste management development site.

This matter was dealt with under Resolution 84-671.

t) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to Project Number 82-6802 - Abatement Phase 3 Newman Gas System.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That That Capital Project 1~82-6802 - Abatement Phase 3 Newman Gas System be closed and that the $32,121.00 in excess funds be returned to the Solid Waste Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund;

And further, that an additional $15,000.00 each from the Solid Waste Rate Reserve Stabilization Fund be added to Project #84-6800 and #84-6802 to bring the total funding for each project to $25,000.00 and $30,000.00, respectively and that By-law Number 90-84 and By-law Number 92-84 be amended to reflect these amounts.

Carried 84-709

u) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending acceptance of a tender for the construction of a 600 mm watermain on easements and Eglinton Avenue from Highway 403 to Hurontario Street in the City of Mississauga (Project 84- 1 120).

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the tender submitted by Fernview Construction Limited in the amount of $214,976.44 for the construction of a 600 mm watermain on Eglinton Avenue and Easements in the City of Mississauga (under Project Number 90483.84-1120) be accepted on the basis of the work being completed within 2 months;

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

Carried 84-7 10

v) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending acceptance of a tender for the construction of a watermain on Heart Lake Road from 10th Sideroad southerly in the City of Brampton.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M.Marland;

That the tender submitted by Kalabria General Contractors Limited in the amount of $441,640.00 for the construction of the watermain on Heart Lake Road under Project 90483.84-1110 be accepted;

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

Carried 84-7 11

w) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to conditions of draf t approval for plan of subdivision 21T-80036M - Paracon Creditview Inc. - City of Mississauga. Councillor H. McCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 84-712 stating that the reason was by virtue of joint ownership of land with her husband in the vicinity of the draf t plan of subdivision and ref rained f rom discussion and voting thereon.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That Regional Council authorize draft approval of Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T- 80036M by Paracon Creditview Inc., situated at the northwest corner of Creditview Road and Britannia Road in the City of Mississauga subject to the conditions set out in Schedule 'C' attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 11, 1984, available in the Regional Clerk's Department;

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 that portion of the draft plan not affected by the proposed Amendment;

And further, that following the approval of the proposed Amendment by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, and the expiration of the 21 day appeal period, the Regional Clerk shall be authorized to sign that portion of the plan affected by the Amendment;

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

And further, that the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of a proposed Amendment to the Official Plan for the Mississauga Planning Area which proposes to redesignate an area of land at the northwest corner of Creditview Road and Britannia Road from Residential Medium Density to Residential Low Density II;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated December 11, 1984, concerning draft plan of subdivision 21T-80036M be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Planning Management Group and the City of Mississauga.

Carried 84-7 12

x) An additional report from the Secretary of the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation regarding Cheshire Homes was also considered.

Moved by Councillor V.K. McCreary, Seconded by Councillor D. Sutter;

That the following resolution from the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation be endorsed:

"That the Board of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation authorize the President and Secretary to execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement with the Region of Peel to purchase 3.54 acres at a cost of $50,000.00 per acre for the Manorbridge project;

And further, that the Board of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation authorize the President and Secretary to execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement with Cheshire Homes (Brampton) for the sale of the 0.6 acre site together with a portion of Block 150, valued at $33,000.00 and that this agreement should include servicing the site together with access from Murray Street;

And further, that the Board of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation and the Region of Peel approve the execution of such documents that (a) the Cheshire Homes land may be transferred directly from the Region of Peel to Cheshire Homes; (b) the part of Block 150 being between the subject property and Murray Street (which will be owned by Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation as a result of the Park Estates Subdivision Agreement) will be transf erred f irst f rom Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation to the Region of Peel and then to Cheshire Homes (Brampton); and (c) the value of the land transaction between Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation and the Region will be based on the value established for Manorbridge ($50,000.00 per acre) and that this transaction may take place separately to f acilitate Cheshire Homes;

And further, that following the approval of this report, the Region of Peel be requested to approve the relevant recommendations and provide authority to implement them."

Carried 84-7 13

BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 147-84 to 153-84 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 84-7 14

By-law 147-84: To authorize an expenditure for the completion of the work on the supervisory control and monitoring system for the Caledon Water Systems and the Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon Sewage Pumping Stations at a total estimated cost of $30,000.00, from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 148-84: To amend By-law Number 9-73, as amended, and to set Regional Water Rates.

By-law 149-84: To establish rates for the Regional Sewer Charge.

By-law 150-84: To authorize the temporary borrowing of monies to meet the current expenditures pending receipt of revenues and capital expenditures pending the sale of debentures.

By-law 151-84: To authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred for the design and engineering of the settling tanks at the Lorne Park Water Filtration Plant at a total estimated cost of $300,000.00 and to authorize the withdrawal of $140,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 152-84: To amend By-law Number 90-84, being a by-law to authorize an expenditure for groundwater monitoring installations at the five regional sanitary landfill sites.

By-law 153-84: To amend By-law Number 92-84, being a by-law to authorize an expenditure for repairs to the leachate forcemain at the Chinguacousy Sanitary Landfill Site.

RESOLUTIONS

a) City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws 905-84 and 906-84.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the City of Mississauga's Traffic ay-laws 905-84 and 906-84 be approved.

Carried 84-7 15

ENQUIRIES BY MEMI~ERS

a) Councillor Marland indicated that the matter of jurisdiction over the environmental controls with respect to the Petro-Sun proposal would have to be closely scrutinized.

The CAO indicated that any contracts or agreements would be brough before Council for their approval.

b) Councillor McCallion enquired regarding the status of the Malton Fruit Market matter.

The Chief Administrative Officer responded that a status report would be prepared for the next Administration and Finance meeting.

The following item of information is available in the Clerk's Office:

Social Planning Council of Peel - Report entitled: Profile on Poverty I: Poverty and Youth Unemployment.

Moved by Councillor N. Porteous, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

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

Carried 84-7 16

REPORTS,

Chief Administrative Officer

CAO-84-24 - REPORT OF THE CAO WITH RESPECT TO RESIDENTIAL PARKHOLME SCHOOL LANDS.

CW-286-84:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the Regional Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute an Agreement of Purchase and Sale with respect to the residual Parkholme School Lands, between the Region of Peel and Peel Non-Prof it Housing Corporation on the following terms and conditions:

total sale price $232,500.00, to be paid on or before March 31st, 1 985; the Region agrees to contribute out of the sale proceeds $10,000.00 to the cost of additional landscaping along the Parkholme Child Development Centre property boundary (estimated cost of additional landscaping, $20,000.00);

the Region agrees to set aside out of the sale proceeds an amount not to exceed $15,000.00 to reimburse Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation for any additional unforeseen costs related to site conditions or land servicing;

And further, that the executed Offer of Purchase and Sale be presented at a future Regional Council meeting for information.

Carried 84-717-1

AF-84-12 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Meeting held December 4, 1984

RECOMMENDATION AF-91-84:

That a payment in the amount of $2,500.00 be made in accordance with the sanitary sewer ex gratia payment policy to the Region's liability insurer to cover the deductible with respect to the sewer backup at 350 Lakeshore Road West on April 17, 1984.

Approved 84-7 17-2

a) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to a sewer billing.

Received 84-7 17-3

b) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the widening and reconstruction of Dixie Road.

CW-287-84:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the Regional Municipality of Peel commence the appropriate procedures to expropriate lands for the purposes of the widening and reconstruction of Dixie Road, north of Dundas Street, in the City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel, located in part of Lot 6, Concession 1 North of Dundas Street in the said City, more particularly designated as Parts 1, 2, 5 and 6 on Reference Plan 43R-11236, and that the necessary by-law be authorized for presentation to Council;

And further, that Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel, as approving authority, approve an Application to expropriate these lands, Project Number 90423-834020;

And further, that service and publication of the Notice of this application be in accordance with the requirements of The Expropriations Act;

And further, that the results of the Notice, as aforesaid, including the recommendation of any necessary inquiry, be reported to Council for its further determination.

Carried 84-7 17-4

CW-288-84:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 84-717-5

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford, Seconded by Councillor E. Kolb;

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

Carried 84-7 17

BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford, Seconded by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the by-law listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-law Number 154-84, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 84-718

By-law 154-84: To authorize the application for approval to expropriate lands in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Moved by Councillor C.Glassford, Seconded by Councillor E. Kolb;

That By-law Number 155-84 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at the meeting held on December 13, 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 84-7 19

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford, Seconded by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, January 17, 1985 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 84-720

Council adjourned at 5:55 p.m. ~/ Clerk ~ CH~an

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