THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD AT CALEDON

SEPTEMBER 25, 1986


Chairman F. Bean called the meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel to order
at 7:30 p.m.
Councillor E. Kolb recited the prayer.

All members were present except Councillor D. Culham who arrived at 8:15 p.m., Councillor N.
Porteous who arrived at 7:45 p.m. and Councillor P. Robertson who arrived at 8:00 p.m.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

That the minutes of the meeting held on September 11, 1986 be adopted.

Carried 86-575

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

That the agenda be approved.

Carried 86-576

DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. Ray Mahoney and Mr. Keith Matthews of United Way gave a presentation to Council. A staff
presentation was also given.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

WHEREAS the United Way of Peel Region acts as a catalyst in bringing voluntary
agencies and the community together to ensure the effective delivery of services in
response to current and emergency hurnan care needs;

AND WHEREAS the United Way of Peel Region funds many volunteer directed
community service agencies throughout the Region of Peel;

AND WHEREAS the United Way of Peel Region has but one fund-raising campaign
during the Autumn of each year;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the rnonth of October 1986 be officially
declared as United Way month in the Region of Peel.

Carried 86-577

COM MUNICATIONS

a) Ministry of Health regarding the health significance of the Chernobyl incident in response to
Council Resolution 86-349-17.

Received 86-578

b) University of Toronto, Erindale Campus, Mississauga regarding the installation of Desmond
Morton as Principal of the Erindale Campus.

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

That in order to attend the installation of Desmond Morton as Principal of the
Erindale Campus, University of Toronto, the Regional Council meeting to be held on
October 30, 1986 commence at 12 noon.

Carried 86-579

c) Shoreline Management Review Committee regarding Council's endorsement (Resolution 86-519)
of the recommendations of the Water Resources Branch, Credit Valley Conservation Authority.

Received 86-580

d) Ministry of Agriculture and Food regarding the observance of October 16, 1986 as World Food
Day.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

WHEREAS well over one billion people in the world suffer from hunger and
malnutrition although the resources and technology are currently available to feed the
entire global population of 4.9 billion;

AND WHEREAS there are people working against hunger in 147 countries of the
world who will be observing World Food Day on October 16, 1986;

AND WHEREAS Ontario government organizations, private sector organizations,
voluntary agencies, educational institutions and individual citizens have joined to centre
attention on the severity of world hunger by commemorating World Food Day;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that October 16, 1986 be proclaimed World Food
Day in the Region of Peel.

Carried 86-58 1

e) Association of Municipalities of Ontario regarding nominations to the Executive Committee of the
County and Regional Section of the Association.

Received 86-582

f) Credit Valley Conservation Authority regarding the appointment of Vicki Barron as General
Manager of the Authority.

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

That Regional Council's congratulations and full support be extended to Vicki Barron
on her appointment as General Manager of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority.

Carried 86-583

g) Trader's Associates regarding development of lands adjacent to the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site.
Councillor H. McCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 86-584 and
pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to joint ownership of
land with her husband and in the vicinity refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Received and referred to Public Works staff, to advise the President of Trader's Associates
when the issue of the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site is to be dealt with by Committee/Council.
86-584

h) City of Sudbury regarding the 8th Ontario Conference on Waste Management.

Received 86-585

i) Ontario Film Development Corporation regarding closure of Winston Churchill Boulevard.
Withdrawn 86-586

j) Trader's Associates regarding the Chief Administrative Officer Sanitary Landfill Reports dated September 17, 1986.

Councillor H. McCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 86-587 and
pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to joint ownership of
land with her husband in the vicinity and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Received and referred to Public Works staff, to advise the President of Trader's Associates
when the issue of the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site is to be dealt with by Committee/Council.
86-587

k) Thomson, Rogers, Barristers ∧ Solicitors regarding Fitzwood Subdivision 21T-83015
and the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site.

Councillor H. McCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 86-588 and
pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to joint ownership of
land with her husband in the vicinity and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Received and referred to Public Works staff, to advise Thomson, Rogers, Barristers ∧ Solicitors when the issue of the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site is to be dealt with by Committee/Council.
86-588

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

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

Carried 86-589

REPORTS

Chief Administrative Officer.

CAO-86-9 - SANITARY LANDFILL REPORTS

a) Killaby Property
Councillor H. McCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution CW-429-
86 and pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to joint
ownership of land with her husband in the vicinity and refrained from the discussion and
voting thereon.

CW-429-86:

Moved by Councillor T. Southorn;

Whereas the Killaby application is commercial rather than residential and that the
application has no potential negative impacts to residency;

Be it resolved that Council approve the processing of the Killaby application for
development.

A recorded vote on Councillor Southorn's motion was requested by Councillor Mahoney.

In favour: Andrews, Cook, Kennedy, Kolb, Mahoney, McCreary, McKechnie, Mitchell, Mullin,
Pallett, Porteous, Prentice, Southorn and Taylor.
Total 14.

Opposed: Culharn, Currie, Glassford, Robertson, Russell and Whillans. Total 6.
Abstained: McCallion due to Conflict of Interest. Total 1.

Councillor Southorn's motion was Carried . 86-590-1

CAO-86-9 - SANITARY LANDFILL REPORTS

b) Implementing Locational
Equity in Sanitary Landfill

CW-430-86:

Moved by Councillor H. McCallion;

That tlle report of the Chief Administrative Officer regarding Implementing Locational Equity
in Sanitary Landfill dated September 17, 1986 be referred to the area municipalities for
consideration and comment to Regional Council by October 30, 1986.

Carried 86-590-2

CAO-86-10 - LAND RELATED INFORMATION SYSTEMS STUDY (LRIS)/MAPPING INFORMATION MANGEMENT SYSTEMS (MIMS)

Received and referred to staff for a presentation and report at Administration and Finance
Committee on the full cost implications to the Region.

86-590-3

Councillor N. Porteous requested that her absence at the Committee of the Whole meeting of
September 16, 1986 be noted as on other municipal business.
Committees.

SC-86-2 - COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Meeting held September 16, 1986

RECOMMENDATION SC-41-86:

That the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Project for Erosion
Control and Slope Stabilization in the Regional Municipality of Peel, 1987-1991 proposing
annual funding of $13,500.00 by the Region of Peel for valley erosion control activities, be
approved;

And f urther, that the Region of Peel write a letter to the Province of Ontario regarding the
seriousness of erosion in the Region of Peel with a request for the allocation of more
Provincial funding for erosion control.

Approved 86-590-4

RECOMMENDATION SC-42-86:

That approval be granted to the City of Mississauga, to construct sidewalks on Regional Roads
at the following locations:

1. west side of Erin Mills Parkway from the Collegeway southerly 400m (+ 1300'),

2. south side of Derry Road from Millcreek Drive to Winston Churchill Boulevard + 1200m
(+ 3900'),

3. east side of Cawthra Road from Dundas Street East, northerly 160m (+ 525');

on provision that plans are submitted and approved by Regional staff, prior to construction.

Approved 86-590-5

RECOMMENDATION SC-43-86:

That the sanitary sewer charge appeal be refused and the sewer charge not be waived;

And further, that the appellant, Mr. W.R. van Riemsdijk, 1333 Gatehouse Drive, Mississauga, Ontario
L5H lA6, be so notified.

Approved 86-590-6

RECOMMENDATION SC-44-86:

That the tender submitted by F.C.M. Construction Limited in the amount of $170,044.00 for the
replacement of watermain on Mississauga Road, from Embleton Road to River Road, City of
Brampton (Project 84-1370) be accepted;

And further, that the additional funds in the amount of $95,000.00 be provided for this work from
the 1986 Capital Budget Item 86-1300 (Unallocated Repairs and Replacements) to be financed by
Current Revenue;

And further, that the documentation be executed by the Region in accordance with the routine
document by-law.

Approved 86-590-7

RECOMMENDATION SC-45-86:

That in conjunction with the road reconstruction works being Carried out by the Region's Roads and
Traffic Division, approximately 1470 metres of 350 mm watermain be replaced with 400 mm
watermain on Airport Road, from American Drive to Northwest Drive, City of Mississauga, at an
estimated cost of $500,000.00 under Project 86-1240;

And further, that the sum of $500,000.00 be provided from the following sources:

1. From Inglewood Project 86-1160

a) $217,000.00 - Current Revenue

b) $43,000.00 - Debentures (Ontario Municipal Board
Order E860485)

2. $236,000.00 - Interest Recovery on Capital Works
in Progress (413-L2607)

3. $4,000.00 - Current Revenue (1986 Capital
Budget Item 86-1300)

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

Approved 86-590-8

RECOMMENDATION SC-46-86:

That the Region concur with the award by the City of Mississauga of the Bexhill Road reconstruction
contract to the lowest overall bidder, G. Macera Contracting Limited (Project 86-1710);

And further, that the City of Mississauga be reimbursed for the cost of watermain construction plus
allowance for administration to an estimated total amount of $109,700.00;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $45,000.00 be provided from Debentures under
Ontario Municipal Board Order E860485;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Council authorizing the works and reflecting
the revised financing as follows:

1. 1986 Capital Budget Itern 86-1300
(Unallocated Repairs and Replacements) $ 80,000.00

2. Debentures - Ontario Municipal Board
Order E860485 $ 45,000.00
$1 25, ooo . oo

Approved 86-590-9

RECOMMENDATION SC-47-86:

That Project 86-1070 for the construction of a watermain on Gore Road, from 2080 metres north of
17th Sideroad to 2400 metres north of 17th Sideroad in the Town of Caledon be cancelled.

Approved 86-590-10

RECOMMENDATION SC-48-86:

That the tender submitted by Maple Engineering and Construction Canada Limited in the amount
of $367,360.00 for the construction of the Alton Pumping Station, Town of Caledon (Project 86-1121)
be accepted;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $96,000.00 be provided as follows:

- Ministry of the Environment Grant $ 57,600.00

- Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board

Order E860485 $ 38,400.00

And further, that Knox Martin Kretch Limited continue to be retained to carry out on site inspection
and contract administration;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Council authorizing the works at an estimated
cost of $430,000.00 to be financed as follows:

- Ministry of the Environment Grant $258,000.00
- Current Revenue $ 91,600.00
- Capital Development Funds $ 42,000.00
- Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board
Order E860485 $ 38,400.00
$430, 000. 00

And further, that documentation be executed by the Region in accordance with the routine document
by-law.

Approved 86-590-1 1

RECOMMENDATION SC-49-86:

That sewer by-law violators be reported to Council at such time as discussions between the Region
and the violator come to an impasse;

And further, that the expanded sewer monitoring program be incorporated in the annual budgets of
both Waste Management and Sewer Non-Program;

And further, that the Province of Ontario be requested to increase fines for convicted pollution
violators.

Approved 86-590-12

RECOMMENDATION SC-50-86:

That a study be undertaken to establish a comprehensive program to monitor the flow of chemicals
through Peel including transportation, storage, processing, treatment and final disposition;

And further, that a consultant be hired to develop the terms of reference and parameters for the
chemical monitoring program, including estimated operating costs;

And further, that the terms of reference, parameters and costs of the study be reported to Council
for further direction;

And further, that the costs for this study (Project 86-6700) not exceed $20,000.00 and be financed
from the Solid Waste Disposal Rate Stabilization Reserve;

And further, that the appropriate resolutions for the funding of Project 86-6700 be authorized;

And further, that the enhanced monitoring and reporting program for industrial on-site pollution
control and waste treatment facilities be incorporated in the annual budgets of both Waste
Management and Sewer Non - Program .

Approved 86-590- 1

RECOMMENDATION SC-51-86:

That a pilot project for a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off facility at the Britannia Sanitary
Landfill Site at a cost of $31,300.00 be approved;

And further, that the pilot project for a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off facility be funded from
the Solid Waste Disposal Rate Stabilization Reserve;

And further, that the appropriate funding by-laws be prepared and authorized.

Approved 86-590- 14

RECOMMENDATION SC-52-86:

That an Engineering Consultant be obtained to design a treatment system, operate a pilot plant and
prepare final construction drawings for a full scale leachate treatment system at the 3ritannia Sanitary
Landfill Site (new Project 86-6810);

And further, that funding for Project 86-6810 come from the Solid Waste Disposal Rate Stabilization
Reserve at an approximate cost of $200,000.00;

And further, that the appropriate Council Resolution be prepared and authorized for funding Project
86-6810.

Approved 86-590-15

RECOMMENDATION SC-53-86:

That the Ministry of Natural Resources be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the
issuance of a licence, under the Pits and Quarries Control Act, to Regan/Graham Limited for the
lands in part of Lot 12, Concession 2, West of Hurontario Street, Town of Caledon as long as the
stipulations required under the licence do not contravene those contained in the Town of Caledon's
Development Agreement established for the subject lands;

And further, that a copy of the report entitled, "Application by Regan/Graham Limited for a licence
under the Pits and Quarries Control Act", dated September 2, 1986, be forwarded to the Maple
District Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources for their consideration and to the Town of
Caledon for their information.

Approved 86-590-16

RECOMMENDATION SC-54-86:

That the Region of Peel endorse the Watershed Plan 1986 in principle recognizing that the
implementation of the Plan will require ongoing discussions and negotiations between the
Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the Region and its Area Municipalities;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated September 8,
1986 be sent to the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority for its
consideration and the Town of Caledon and Cities of Brampton and Mississauga for their
information.

Approved 86-590-17

RECOMMENDATION SC-55-86:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled "Unemployment Rates, Consumer
Price Index and Inflation Rates for Canada, Ontario and the Toronto Census Metropolitan
Area, 1981-June 1986" and dated September 2, 1986 be received.

Approved 86-590- 18

RECOMMENDATION SC-56-86:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated September 3, 1986 and entitled
"Inventory of Industrial Lands in Peel Region, 1985" be received.

Approved 86-590-19

RECOMMENDATION SC-57-86:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the City of Brampton be advised that the Region
of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 95 to the Official Plan for
the City of Brampton Planning Area (Amendment 95A to the City of Brampton Consolidated
Official Plan), with respect to lands located on the east side of McLaughlin Road
approximately 30.5 metres (100 feet) south of Elgin Drive, in the City of Brampton.

Approved 86-590-20

RECOMMENDATION SC-58-86:

That the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be advised that the Region
of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 96 to the Official Plan for
the City of Brampton Planning Area (Amendment 96A to the Consolidated Official Plan) with
respect to lands located between Airport Road and Torbram Road, north of Highway Number
7 (Queen Street East), in the City of Brampton.

Approved 86-590-21

Staff was requested to inquire of the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
whether the Authority issues a letter of approval for the construction of storm water detention
facilities.

RECOMMENDATION SC-59-86:

That the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be advised that the Region
of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment 97 to the Official Plan for the City
of Brampton Planning Area (Amendment 97A to the Consolidated Official Plan) concerning
lands at the south-west corner of Steeles Avenue and Kennedy Road, in the City of Brampton.

Approved 86-590-2

RECOMMENDATION SC-60-86:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the City of Brampton be advised that the Region
of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 98 to tne Official Plan of
the City of Brampton Planning Area, with respect to lands located on the east side of the Gore
Road, to the north of Ebenezer Road, in the City of Brampton.

Approved 86-590-23

RECOMMENDATION SC-61-86:

That the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be advised that the Region
of Peel has no objection to the approval of Amendment Number 99 to the Official Plan for
the City of Brampton Planning Area (Amendrnent 99A to the Consolidated Official Plan) with
respect to lands located at the south east corner of Highway Number 10 and Steeles Avenue;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning on Amendment
Number 99 (99A) dated August 29, 1986 be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry
of Municipal Affairs and the applicant for information .

Approved 86-590-24

RECOMMENDATION SC-62-86:

That Regional lot levy rates continue to be set based on the average per capita cost of
Regional capital facilities applied on a Region-wide basis where services exist.

Approved 86-590-25

CW-43 1-86:

Moved by Councillor S. Mahoney;

That the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance regarding Banking Services be
received without a recommendation.

A recorded vote on Councillor Mahoney's rnotion was requested by Councillor Andrews.

In favour: Andrews, Cook, Culham, Currie, Kennedy, Mahoney, McCallion, McCreary, McKechnie,
Mitchell and Taylor.
Total 11.

Opposed: Glassford, Kolb, Mullin, Pallett, Porteous, Prentice, Robertson, Russell, Southorn and
Whillans.
Total 10.

Absent: Nil.
Councillor Mahoney's rnotion was Carried .
86-590-26

RECOMMENDATION SC-64-86:

That when deemed appropriate, a sum not to exceed $1,000.00 be authorized by the Chief
Administrative Officer for the purpose of hosting a suitable function or to purchase a gift to recognize
the service of a departing member of staff.

Approved 86-590-27

RECOMMENDATION SC-65-86:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all documentation to lease office space,
containing approximately 5,714 square feet at Suites 206, 304 and 310, 5170 Dixie Road, in the City
of Mississauga, for a term commencing January 15, 1987 and terminating January 15, 1989, calculated
at a rate of $9.50 per square foot, or an annual rental of $54,283.00, with Sun Life Assurance
Company of Canada, in accordance with the terms and conditions outlined in the report of the
Regional Clerk dated September 4, 1986.

Approved 86-590-2g

RECOMMENDATION SC-66-86:

That Ontario Hydro be advised that the Region of Peel has no interest in the acquisition of the
surplus lands located in part of Lot 11, Concession 1, East of Hurontario Street, in the City of
Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel;

And further, that the Region's Planning Department comments as follows:

"The two parcels are separated by Part 5 on 43R-11669. All three parcels should be retained
by one owner and developed in conjunction with the surrounding lands, as part of a plan of
subdivision with access from a future local industrial street and not from Hurontario Street.
To ensure that this can take place we recommend that either Ontario Hydro retain the lands
until a draft plan is submitted for the abutting property or alternatively convey the two parcels
to the abutting property owner on the condition that the parcel is legally amalgarnated into
one property to prevent it from being reconveyed as a separate parcel without a plan of
subdivision.

The property is designated Prestige Industrial in the Derry Secondary Plan - Amendment 68,
which was approved by the City of Mississauga but has not yet received approval from the
Minister of Municipal Af fairs."

And further, that Ontario Hydro be requested to advise the Region of Peel of the final disposition
of this matter.

Approved 86-590-2

RECOMMENDATION SC-67-86:

That Resolution CW-168-84 be rescinded;

And further, that the lands now owned by the Regional Municipality of Peel, located on
the northerly side of Blythe Road, in the City of Mississauga, described as part of Lot 3,
Range 2, South of Dundas Street, Racey Tract, more particularly designated as Parts 1 and
2 on Reference Plan 43R-11841, be declared surplus to requirements;

And further, that the lands be transferred to the City of Mississauga for a nominal sum of
$2.00 subject to the following conditions:

a) That, should Part 1 of the said lands be assembled with other lands and conveyed
to others, the City will pay the Region of Peel a proportionate share of the proceeds
of the sale after deducting expenses;

b) That, should Part 2 be transferred to others, the City will pay the Region of Peel
a proportionate share of the proceeds of the sale after deducting expenses;

c) That the City of Mississauga transfer an easement to the Regional Municipality of
Peel to accommodate the existing watermain;

And further, that the Region's proportionate share of the proceeds of the sale of the
subject lands be credited to Account 413L-2309;

And further, that the survey costs incurred by the Region, in the amount of $1,200.00, be
financed from the proceeds of the sale;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all
documentation required in connection therewith.

Approved 86-590-30

CW-432-86:

Moved by F. Andrews:

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 86-590-31

Councillor H. McCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 86-590 and
pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to joint ownership of land
with her husband in the vicinity and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

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

Carried 86-590

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding a Local Improvement Watermain, 4th
Line, Albion, Town of Caledon.

Moved by Councillor F. McKechnie, Seconded by Councillor M. Prentice;

That the tender submitted by Hollingworth Drain Services in the amount of $105,420.20
for the construction of the 200 mm watermain on 4th Line Albion (Gore Road), 950
metres north of 1 7th Sideroad, in the Town of Caledon, under Project 86-1040 be
accepted;

And further, that the documentation be executed by the Region in accordance with the
Routine Documents By-law.

Carried 86-591

b) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding Resolution 86-517, deferred from the August 7, 1986
Council meeting.

Received and referred to the October 30, 1986 Council meeting.

86-592

c) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding the 3rd Reading of By-law 65-86, Goreway Drive, north
of Highway 7, By-law 67-86, Meadowvale, By-law 82-86, Mississauga Road and By-law 84-86 Highway
10 and Bovaird Drive.

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

That By-laws Number 65-86, 67-86, 82-86 and 84-86 be given third and final reading.

Carried 86-593

d) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding a Public Information Centre for Derry
Road Realignment Environmental Assessment.
A brochure on the Derry Road By-Pass to be handed out at the Information Centre on October
8th, 1986 was distributed to Council.

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

That an insert be prepared for inclusion with the hand-out to be available at the
Information Centre at Meadowvale on October 8, 1986 to concisely list
the reasons for preference of Route I;

And further, that this insert be reviewed by the Ward Councillor.

Carried 86-594

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson, Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

That the Derry Road By-Pass brochure be placed in the post boxes of the residents of
the Churchville area, Brampton.

Carried 86-595

e) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the widening of Winston Churchill
Boulevard from Benedet Drive to Truscott Drive, City of Mississauga.

Moved by Councillor F. McKechnie, Seconded by Councillor M. Prentice;

That Contract 86-4070 for the widening of Winston Churchill Boulevard to four (4)
lanes from Benedet Drive to Truscott Drive, City of Mississauga be awarded to
Dufferin Construction (A Division of St. Lawrence Cement Inc.) in the contract amount
of $569,664.72, this being the lowest tender received;

And further, that the Regional Solicitor and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract
documents;

And further, that the Region of Halton be notified of this resolution;

And further, that the Regional Solicitor and the Regional Clerk be authorized to
execute the cost sharing agreement with the Region of Halton .

Carried 86-596

f) Report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding Proposed Amendment Number 102 to the City
of Brampton Official Plan (Amendment Number 102A to the Consolidated Official Plan), Beacon
Hall Limited.

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

That the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be advised that the
Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment Number 102 to the
Official Plan for the City of Brampton Planning Area (Amendment Number 102A to
the Consolidated Official Plan) concerning the changes in land use designations within
Phase II of the draf t plan of subdivision 21T-84040B (Beacon Hall Limited).

Carried 86-597

g) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding 1986-87 Insurance Policy Renewals.

Moved by Councillor lM. Prentice, Seconded by Councillor R. Pallett;

That the insurance premium quotes totalling $579,185.00 which includes a broker fee
of $25,000.00 as outlined in the report of the Regional Clerk dated September 24, 1986,
be approved;

And further, that staff be authorized to purchase excess liability coverage as soon as it
becomes available, at a premium not to exceed $50,000.00.

Carried 86-598

h) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding Cabooseless Freight Trains in Canada.

Received 86-599

BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice, Seconded by Councillor R. Pallett;

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 65-86,
67-86, 82-86, 84-86 and 101-86 to 104-86 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 86-600

Third Readin~ Only

By-law 65-86: To authorize the construction of 250 millimetre (10 inch) sanitary sewer and
private drain connections to service certain properties on Goreway Drive north of Highway
7, in the City of Brampton at a total estimated cost of $65,000.00.

By-law 67-86: To authorize the construction of a 250 millimetre (10 inch) sanitary sewer and
private drain connections to service certain properties on Derry Road West from Second Line
West easterly; Second Line West from Derry Road West northerly; Pond Street and Barberry
Lane; Mill Street from Barberry Lane to Pond Street, Village of Meadowvale in the City of
Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $5 1 5,000.00.

By-law 82-86: To authorize the construction of a 250 millimetre (10 inch) sanitary sewer and
private drain connections to service certain properties on Mississauga Road, south of Highriver
Court from the end of the existing sewer southerly a distance of 57 metres more or less, in the
City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $31,000.00.

By-law 84-86: To authorize the construction of a 400 mm watermain on Highway 10 from
Bovaird Drive northerly a distance of 240 metres more or less and on Highway 10 from 800
metres north of aovaird Drive northerly a distance of 645 metres more or less in the City of
Brampton at a total estimated cost of $440,000.00.
Three Readin~s

By-law 101-86: To amend By-law Number 157-83 being a by-law to regulate traffic on the
roads under the jurisdiction of the Regional Municipality of Peel.
By-law 102-86: To authorize the construction of a well pumping station in the Village of Alton,
Town of Caledon, at a total estimated cost of $430,000.00 and to autllorize the withdrawal of
$42,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 103-86: To authorize watermain replacement works on Bexhill Road in the City of
Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $125,000.00

By-law 104-86: To authorize watermain replacement works on Airport Road from American
Drive to Northwest Drive, in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $500,000.00.

RESOLUl IONS

a) Walk-a-dog-a-thon Day, October 5, 1986.

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice, Seconded by Councillor R. Pallett;

WHEREAS Canine Vision Canada is a non-profit organization operating a dog-guide
training facility;

AND WHEREAS it costs in excess of ~5,600.00 to train a dog-guide;

AND WHEREAS Canine Vision Canada financially assists visually impaired persons
in all aspects of obtaining a dog-guide;

AND WHEREAS a national Walk-a-dog-a-thon is held annually to generate funds for
Canine Vision Canada;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Sunday, October 5, 1986 be officially
proclaimed as Walk-a-dog-a-thon Day in the Region of Peel.

Carried 86-601

b) City of Mississauga Traffic By-Laws:

920-86 - Petersburg Crescent

921-86 - Sheridan Park Drive

Moved by Councillor R. Pallett, Seconded by Councillor F. Russell;

That the City of Mississauga's Traffic By-laws Number 920-86 and 921-86 be approved.

Carried 36-602

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

That prior to publication Regional Councillor(s) be given the opportunity to review
material pertaining to projects in their ward.

Carried 86-603

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell, Seconded by Councillor F. McKechnie;

That staff report on the implications of Councillor Kolb's notice of motion regarding
the Albion Landfill Site as it relates to the recommendations in the Chief
Administrative Officer's report entitled "Implementing Locational Equity in Sanitary
Landfill" and dated September 17, 1986.

Carried 86-604

NOTICES OF MOTION

a) Introduced by Councillor H. McCallion:

Moved by Councillor McCallion, Seconded by Councillor K. McCreary;

WHEREAS the City of Mississauga has accepted garbage from the City of Brampton
over several years;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that development in the City of Brampton be
curtailed until a landfill site has been selected in the City of Brampton.

Referred to the October 30, 1986 Council meeting.
~6-605

b) Introduced by Councillor E. Kolb:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb, Seconded by Councillor K. McCreary;

WHEREAS the Ministry of Transportation and Communications is presently designing
the reconstruction of Highway Number 50;

AND WHEREAS, the Town of Caledon has completed the road design of the Albion
Vaughan Road from Highway Number 50 to King Street (Regional Road Number 9);

AND WHEREAS the Town will be reconstructing the aforementioned section of road
in the near future;

AND WHEREAS the aforementioned section of road has in the south end an
intersection that involves Highway Number 50 under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of
Transportation and Communications and Regional Road Number 14 under the
jurisdiction of the Region of Peel;

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Region of Peel requests the Ministry of
Transportation and Communications to undertake a study in conj unction with the
Region of Peel and to prepare a report on the aforementioned intersections, said report
to include proposed cost sharing and type of intersection design.

Carried 86-606

c) Introduced by Councillor E. Kolb.

Whereasit is anticipated that the Albion Landfill Site will be filled early in 1987 at the
current rate of disposal;
Therefore be it resolved that effective Monday, September 29, 1986, that the Albion
Landfill Site be restricted to accept residential waste from the Town of Caledon only
and that an effective monitoring system be set up by the Region of Peel to control
waste being received at the Albion Landfill Site;

And further, that all Caledon generated commercial and industrial wastes now being
received at the Albion Site be redirected to another waste disposal site;

And further, that in view of the urgency to provide for continued waste disposal in
Caledon, that the Region immediately commence action to develop another waste
disposal site in Caledon in cooperation with the Town of Caledon, and provide
assistance to Caledon in achieving an early solution.

ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

1. Councillor Culham stated that the Recycling Ontario Conference is to be held October 24 and 25,
1986.

2. Councillor Mahoney enquired as to why the water pressure was low when the power
failure occurred in Mississauga and if any backup power system was in place.
The Commissioner of Public Works stated that he would report on the matter.

3. Councillor McCallion requested an update on the Brampton Landfill Site issue.
The Chief Administrative Officer responded that he expected a verbal report from the consultant
by mid-October and he would present a written report to Council by mid- December.

4. Councillor McKechnie enquired as to when a report on the claims for floodings due to heavy rains
throughout the Region could be expected.
The Regional Clerk responded that the adjuster had been reviewing claims and that Regional
staff and area municipal staff have met regarding this issue. A list of claims will be presented to
Council with advance issuance to the Ward Councillor.
The Commissioner of Public Works stated that a report on the flooding of the Finch Avenue
underpass would be presented to the next committee meeting on October 7, 1986.

Moved by Councillor R. Pallett, Seconded by Councillor F. Russell;

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

Carried 86-607

REPORTS, IN CAMERA

SC-86-2 - COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Meeting held September 16, 1986

Councillor H. ~vScCallion declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 86-608-1 and
pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act absented herself from the meeting room.

RECOMMENDATION SC-68-86:

That Ralph and Barbara C. Hunter be compensated in the total amount of $24,280.00,
which includes an amount of $18,000.00 as final settlement and interest calculated at
6 per cent per annum from March 8, 1980 to October 24, 1986, in the amount of
$6,280.00, in connection with the expropriation of lands and premises located in part
of Lot 5, Concession 4, West of Hurontario Street, in the City of Mississauga, Regional
Municipality of Peel (formerly in the Township of Toronto, County of Peel), designated
as Part 7 on a Plan of Expropriation registered on July 10, 1979 as Instrument 520952,
subject to receipt by the Region of an executed Release;

And further, that the agreement be accepted and approved and Realty Services be
authorized to complete the transaction with the costs thereof being charged to Project
864030;

And further, that the owner's appraisal fees, reasonable legal fees and land transfer tax
costs incurred in connection with this transaction be accepted and approved upon
receipt of itemized statements therewith and upon completion of the transaction;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all documentation
required to complete this transaction.

Carried 86-608-1

a) Report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health regarding a Coroner's Inquest.

CW-433-86:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That staff be authorized to attend the inquest and to obtain standing at the inquest.

Carried 86-608-2

b) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding the Cawthra Road Grade Separation.

CW-434-86:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel, as approving authority, approve the
expropriation of lands designated as Parts 17 and 18 on Reference Plan 43R-13431 for
the reasons set out in the report of the Inquiry Officer dated August 21, 1986, and that
the Manager, Realty Services, be directed to serve a copy of the report of the Inquiry
Officer upon each of the parties to the Inquiry;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the required
Certificate of Approval and the Clerk be authorized to affix the seal of the municipality
thereto;

And further, that authority be granted for the preparation of a plan or plans showing
the lands to be expropriated for registration in the proper Registry or Land Titles
Offices and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign such plan or plans on
behalf of the municipality and that the Clerk be authorized to affix the seal of the
municipality thereto;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute under the
municipal seal, Notices of Expropriation and Possession as required by The
Expropriations Act, and the Manager, Realty Services be authorized and directed to
serve such Notices in order to obtain possession of the expropriated lands;

And further, that authority be granted for the introduction of the necessary by-laws in
Council to give effect of the foregoing;

And further, that the respondent's solicitor, be allowed the sum of $200.00 costs as
recommended by the Inquiry Officer.

Carried 86-608-3

c) Report on the W.J. Woods School Site.

CW-435-86:

Moved by Councillor L Taylor;

That Regional Council authorize staff to submit a tender to purchase the W.J. Wood
Site in accordance with the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated
September 23, 1986, incorporating a total project estimate of $1,102,000.00 to be
financed $790,000.00 from Capital Development Funds, $250,000.00 from Recoveries
from the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation and $62,000.00 from Interest Recovery
in property tax supported programs (Projects 860031 and 860032);

And further, that Finance staff be directed to retain $250,000.00 from property tax
supported non-debt financing sources pending agreements with Peel Non-Profit Housing
Corporation for the sale of property;

And further, that the Regional Chairman and Regional Clerk be authorized to sign all
necessary documents.

Carried 86-608-4

d) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding a purchase of land.

CW-436-86:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That the signed-back offer from City South Limited in the amount of $605,000.00 for
lands on the easterly side of the proposed McMurchy Avenue extension in the City of
Brampton, being part of Lot 14, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street, not be
accepted;

And further, that Realty Services be requested to continue to negotiate with the owners
for the purchase of these lands.

Carried 86-608-5

CW-437-86:

Moved by Councillor R. Pallett;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 86-608-6

Moved by Councillor R. Pallett, Seconded by Councillor F. Russell;

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

Carried 86-608

BY-LAWS IN CAMERA

Moved by Councillor F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor R. Pallett;

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 105-86
and 106-86, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the
Chairman and the Clerk, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 86-609

Three Readin~s

BY-law 105-86: To expropriate lands.

By-law 106-86: To approve a proposed expropriation of lands after receipt of Inquiry Officer's
Report.

Moved by Councillor F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor R. Pallett;

That By-law Number 107-86 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at the
meeting held on September 25, 1986 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 86-6 10

Moved by Councillor F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor R. Pallett;

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, October 16, 1986 at 1:30 p.m.
or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 86-61 1

Council adjourned at 11:15 p.m.

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