THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD AT BRAMPTON

DECEMBER 15, 1988

Chairman F. Bean called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 9:25 a.m.

1. PRAYER

Councillor D. Currie recited the prayer.

2. ROLL CALL

Members Present: F. Andrews, R. Begley, E. Carter, D. Culham who arrived at 9:30 a.m., D. Currie, F. Dale, C. Glassford, N. Iannicca who arrived at 10:20 a.m., H. Kennedy, E. Kolb, D. Lane, H. McCallion who arrived at 9:55 a.m., P. Mullin,
R. Pallett, M. Prentice, P. Robertson, F. Russell who arrived at 9:30 a.m., C. Seglins, E. Southorn, K. Whillans

Members Absent: F. McKechnie who was on vacation

3. ADOPTION OF MINUTES

a) Minutes of the Regional Council Meeting held November 10, 1988

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

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on November 10, 1988 be
adopted.

Carried 88-778

b) Minutes of the Regional Inaugural Council Meeting held December 8, 1988

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

That the minutes of the Regional Inaugural Council meeting held on December 8, 1988 be adopted.

Carried 88-779

4. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

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

That the agenda for the December 15, 1988 Regional Council meeting be Approved .

Carried 88-780

5. PRESENTATIONS/DELEGATIONS

Items 5d) and Se) were brought forward and dealt with at this time.

d) Mr. David Hodkin, The Social Planning Council of Peel attended regarding Operational and Program Funds for 1989

Received 88-781

e) Ms. Pamela DiCenzo, The Canadian Red Cross Society, Ontario Division attended regarding the current status of the Red Cross Homemaker Service in the Region of Peel

Moved by Councillor D. Currie,
Seconded by Councillor H. Kennedy;

That the Minister of Health and the Minister of Social Services be advised that the Region of Peel in principle endorses the recommendations of the Interministerial Committee with the exception of training costs which in our view should be excluded from the hourly fee;

And further, that given the urgency and the precarious staffing and financial position of the agencies the Minister of Health and the Minister of Social Services be requested to communicate the Government's position with regards to future funding as soon as possible.

Carried 88-782

See also Reports - Items Related to Social Services - SS9.

a) Presentation of Plaques were made to former Regional Councillors D. Cook, K. McCreary, N. Porteous and L. Taylor

Councillor E. Mitchell was unable to attend.


b) Presentation of Ten Year Service Pins were made to F. Bean, D. Culham, C. Glassford, K. McCreary, L. Taylor and P. Robertson

c) Presentation of Fifteen Year Service Pins were made to H. Kennedy, E. Kolb, H. McCallion, and K. Whillans

Councillor F. McKechnie was unable to attend.

6. COMMUNICATIONS

a) Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada regarding Bill 8, the French Language Services Act

Received 88-783

b) City of Brampton regarding Responses of the Regional Municipalities of York and Durham to the Region of Peel's Report Titled "The Urgent Need for Highway 407 in Peel"

Received 88-784

c) The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regarding the Province's Initiatives on Affordable Housing

Referred to Housing 88-785

d) Ontario Progressive Conservative Party extending their Congratulations to the New Regional Council

Received 88-786

e) Township of Kingston regarding the Province's Exclusionary Zoning Initiative

Referred to Housing 88-787

f) Ministry of Revenue regarding the Region of Peel's Report titled "Ontario Population Report for Peel Region - Preliminary Comments"

Received 88-788

g) Transport Canada regarding the Region of Peel's Report titled "Lester B. Pearson International Airport Economic Impact Study"

Received 88-789

h) Ontario Good Roads Association requesting Resolutions to be Debated at the 1989 Annual Conference

Received 88-790

This item was dealt with under Resolution 88-807.


i) The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto regarding Drywall Recycling

Referred to Public Works 88-791

j) City of Etobicoke regarding Heat Related Deaths Among Residents of Nursing Homes

Referred to Health 88-792

k) Credit Valley Conservation Authority regarding 1989 Preliminary Budget Estimates

Referred to Finance 88-793

l) The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regarding 1989 Preliminary Budget Estimates

Referred to Finance 88-794

m) Ontario Hydro regarding Lakeview Thermal Generating Station Ash Management Study - Public Information Centres

Received 88-795

n) Town of Caledon regarding Tar and Chip Program, 5th Line Albion, Town of Caledon

Received 88-796

o) City of Mississauga regarding the Composting of Organics

Referred to Public Works for report at the January 12, 1989 Regional Council Meeting 88-797

p) City of Mississauga regarding the Maintenance of Traffic Control Signals and Devices Contract Extension

Referred to Public Works 88-798

q) House of Commons regarding the Region of Peel's Professionalism

Received 88-799

r) County of Peterborough regarding the Contribution of Lotto 6-49 Profits to Health Care

Referred to Health 88-800


s) City of Brampton
regarding the Region of Peel Landfill Site

Received 88-801

7. PETITIONS

8. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS

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

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

Carried 88-802

9. REPORTS

Regional Chairman

RC-88-6 - Appointments to Special Purpose Bodies

CW-336-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn;

That Councillors P. Mullin and K. Whillans be appointed to the Board of Commissioners of Police for a term of eighteen months.

Carried 88-803-1

CW-337-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That Chairman F. Bean, Councillors R. Begley and F. Russell be appointed to the Children's Aid Society for a term of three years.

Carried 88-803-2

CW-338-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Councillors E. Carter and P. Robertson be appointed to the Chinguacousy Health Services Board for a term of three years.

Carried 88-803-3


CW-339-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews;

That Councillors C. Glassford, R. Pallett, F. Russell, K. Whillans, and City of Brampton Alderman J. Hutton be appointed to the Credit Valley Conservation Authority for a term of three years.

Carried 88-803-4

CW-340-88:

Moved by Councillor H. Kennedy;

That Councillor H. McCallion be appointed to the Credit Valley Hospital Board for a term of one year.

Carried 88-803-5

CW-341-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Councillor F. Andrews and N. Porteous (Brampton) be appointed to the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority for a term of three years.

Carried 88-803-6

CW-342-88:

Moved by Councillor R. Pallett;

That Councillors H. Kennedy and P. Robertson be appointed to the Peel Community Drinking and Driving Awareness Committee for a term of one year.

Carried 88-803-7

CW-343-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Councillors R. Begley and C. Seglins be appointed to the Peel District Health Council for a term of three years.

Carried 88-803-8

CW-344-88:

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson;

That Councillor F. Andrews be appointed to the Peel Memorial Hospital Board for the first eighteen months of the three year term;

And further, that Councillor R. Begley be appointed to the Peel Memorial Hospital Board for the second eighteen months of the three year term.

Carried 88-803-9

RC-88-7 - Appointments to Regional Standing Committees

CW-345-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That each term of appointments to Regional Standing Committees be eighteen months in length during the 1988 - 1991 Council term.

Carried 88-803-10

CW-346-88:

Moved by Councillor P. Mullin;

Amended by That the following Councillors be appointed to the respective Regional Standing Committees:

Administration and Finance Committee
R. Begley, D. Currie, N. Iannicca, D. Lane, P. Mullin, M. Prentice, P. Robertson

Health Committee
R. Begley, H. Kennedy, D. Lane, F. McKechnie, P. Mullin, M. Prentice, P. Robertson, C. Seglins

Housing Committee
F. Andrews, R. Begley, E. Carter, D. Culham, F. Dale, C. Glassford, H. Kennedy, E. Kolb, D. Lane, F. McKechnie,
P. Mullin, R. Pallett, M. Prentice, F. Russell, C. Seglins, E. Southorn, K. Whillans


Planning Committee
F. Andrews, E. Carter, D. Culham, D. Currie, F. Dale, C. Glassford, E. Kolb, H. McCallion, R. Pallett, F. Russell,
E. Southorn, K. Whillans Public Works Committee F. Andrews, E. Carter, D. Culham, D. Currie, F. Dale, C. Glassford,
H. Kennedy, E. Kolb, H. McCallion, R. Pallett, F. Russell, C. Seglins, E. Southorn

Social Services Committee
F. Andrews, R. Begley, N. Iannicca, H. Kennedy, F. McKechnie, P. Robertson, C. Seglins, K. Whillans

Carried 88-803-11

Chief Administrative Officer

CAO-88-20 - Hospital Needs

CW-347-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the report of the Chief Administrative Officer titled "Hospital Needs" be deferred to the January 12, 1989 Regional Council meeting for a full presentation;

And further, that the subject report be circulated to the Peel District Health Council, Peel Region Hospitals, the Dufferin Area Hospital, the Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, the Etobicoke General Hospital, the Queensway General Hospital, the Ministry of Health and other interested parties for their information.

Carried 88-803-12

Social Services Item SS7 was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

SS7. Seniors Services Task Force Report "A Gateway to Services for the Elderly"

CW-348-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews;

That the Seniors Services Task Force Report dated October, 1988 titled "A Gateway to Services for the Elderly" be formally received at this time;


And further, that a full presentation to Regional Council be scheduled for early in the new year.

Carried 88-803-13

Committees

ITEMS RELATED TO PLANNING

Committee Chairman Culham presided.

PLANNING POLICY

Pl. The Niagara Escarpment Access Parks Report, September, 1988

CW-349-88:

Moved by Councillor K. Whillans;

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 1, 1988, titled "The Niagara Escarpment Access Parks Report, September, 1988" be forwarded to the Town of Caledon for their information.

Carried 88-803-14

P2. The Identification and Monitoring of Environmentally Significant Areas in the Region of Peel

CW-350-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the Credit Valley Conservation Authority and the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority continue their efforts with respect to the monitoring and updating of identified Environmentally Significant Areas' within their watersheds;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 2, 1988, titled "The Identification and Monitoring of Environmentally Significant Areas in Peel Region" be sent to the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga and the
Town of Caledon for their information.

Carried 88-803-15


P3. Comments regarding the Draft Official Plan for the County of Wellington, September, 1988

CW-35 1 -88:

Moved by Councillor D. Currie;

That Regional Council request the County of Wellington, the Township of Erin and the Village of Erin to circulate all Official Plan and/or Zoning By-law amendment applications which propose to expand the boundaries of the Village, to the Region of Peel and the Town of Caledon for comment prior to their adoption by either the County, the Township or the Village;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 30, 1988, titled "Comments Regarding the Draft Official Plan for the County of Wellington, September, 1988" be adopted as the response by the Region to the Draft Official Plan for the County of Wellington, dated September, 1988;

And further, that the subject report of the Commissioner of Planning be sent to the County of Wellington for their review and to the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga and the Town of Caledon for their information.

Carried 88-803-16

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

P4. Housing Market Indicators in the Region of Peel, Mid-Year, 1988

CW-352-88:

Moved by Councillor H. Kennedy;

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 1, 1988, titled "Housing Market Indicators in Peel Region, Mid-Year 1988" be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga, the Town of Caledon, the M.P.'s and M.P.P.'s representing Peel residents, the Minister of Housing, the Minister of Municipal Affairs, the Peel Non-Profit
Housing Corporation, the Peel District Health Council, the Peel Social Planning Council, the local chapters of the Urban Development Institute and the Toronto Home Builders' Association, the Brampton Board of Trade, the Mississauga Board of Trade and the Town of Caledon Chamber of Commerce for their information;

And further, that the subject report be forwarded to the Regional Commissioner of Housing and the Regional Commissioner of Social Services for their information.

Carried 88-803-17

P5. Development Activity in the Region of Peel, Mid-Year, 1988

CW-353-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 2, 1988, titled "Development Activity in Peel Region, Mid-Year 1988" be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga, the Town of Caledon, the M.P.'s and M.P.P.'s representing Peel residents, the Ministry of Housing, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, the Ministry of Transportation, the Peel District Health Council, the Peel Social Planning Council, the local chapters of the Urban Development Institute and the Toronto Home builders' Association, the Brampton Board of Trade, the Mississauga Board of Trade and the Town of Caledon Chamber of Commerce for their information.

Carried 88-803-18

TRANSPORTATION

P6. Mavis Road Functional Planning Study

CW-354-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Regional Council authorize the agreement between the Ministry of Transportation and the Region of Peel regarding the Highway 407 - Mavis Road Interchange, City of Mississauga;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 88-803-19

DEVELOPMENT CONTROL

P7. Regional Road Widths

CW-355-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council authorize the advertisement for a public meeting by the Planning Committee as required by Section 34 (12) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1983, Chapter 1, to facilitate the enactment of an amendment to the Road Widths and Setbacks By-law to increase the width of sections of Mayfield Road, Mavis Road, Derry Road and Britannia
Road from 36 metres to 45 metres and to designate a section of Bovaird Drive with a 49 metres width.

Carried 88-803-20

P8. Regional Council Policy and Procedures regarding "Information Items" on the Regional Planning Committee Agenda

CW-356-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council amend Policy and Procedures regarding the placement of "Information Items" on the Planning Committee Agenda by removing the relevant policy statements from the Regional Policy Manual as follows:

a) delete second sentence in paragraph .8 of Section 3-1-1 which reads: "The Commissioner of Planning will advise the Planning Committee of his/her approval of by- law removing Part Lot Control at its next available meeting." (13-1976)

b) delete last eight words from paragraph .10 (f) and paragraph .16 (f) of Section 3-1-1 which reads:
"That where only minor revisions to the conditions of draft approval as requested or required, the Commissioner of Planning be authorized to approve any such revisions and inform Regional Council through an information
report." (1984-80-38)

c) delete the last sentence in paragraph .20 of Section 3-1-1 which deals with closure of inactive files, and reads: "When a file is closed the Planning Committee shall be advised through an information report." (1978-300-41), (1978-450-61), (1987-467-22)

d) delete paragraph .21 (a) of Section 3-1-1 which duplicates wording in paragraph .10 (f) and .16 (f) and reads: "The Commissioner of Planning is authorized to make minor amendments to the conditions of draft approval requested by a public agency and to report such revisions to the Planning Committee and Council."

Carried 88-803-21

P9. Caledon Official Plan Amendment Number 79

CW-357-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council request the Ontario Municipal Board to schedule a hearing for Amendment Number 79 to the Town of Caledon Official Plan at the earliest possible date so as not to further delay the provision of much needed affordable housing.

Carried 88-803-22

P10. Proposed Amendment Number 143 to the Official Plan for the City of Brampton Planning Area, (Amendment Number 143A to the Consolidated Official Plan), New Development Area Number 1, Snelgrove

Deferred to January 12, 1989 Regional Council Meeting 88-803-23

P11. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-87002B, Westwood Meadows Limited, City of Brampton

CW-358-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of subdivision 21T-87002B, Westwood Meadows Limited, with respect to lands located in part of the west half of Lot 1, Concession 2, west of Hurontario Street of the former Township of Chinguacousy, now in the City of Brampton, subject to the conditions set out in Schedule "C" attached to the
report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 24, 1988, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-87002B, Westwood Meadows Limited, City of Brampton", available in the Regional Clerk's Division;

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

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Westwood Meadows Limited for their information.

Carried 88-803-24

P12. Request for Referral of Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-78039C, Phase 1, Inglewood Village Estates, Town of Caledon

Deferred to January 12, 1989 Regional Council Meeting 88-803-25

P13. Referral to the Ontario Municipal Board of Draft Plans of Subdivision in the Sandringham-
Wellington Secondary Plan Area (Area Number 28) in the City of Brampton

CW-359-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council refer the following draft plans of subdivisions being located in part of Lots 11, 12 and 13, Concessions 3, 4, 5 and 6, east of Hurontario Street in the former Township of Chinguacousy, now in the City of Brampton, in the Sandringham-Wellington Secondary Plan area to the Ontario Municipal Board pursuant to Section 50 (15) of the Planning Act, R.S.O 1983, Chapter 1:

21T-88049B Sandringham Place Inc.
21T-88050B Rotherham Holdings Limited
21T-88053B Wellingdale Community (Brampton) Inc.
21T-88054B Wellingdale Community (Brampton) Inc.
21T-88055B Wellingdale Community (Brampton) Inc.
21T-88056B Wellingdale Community (Brampton) Inc.
21T-88057B Wellingdale Community (Brampton) Inc.
21T-88058B Sandringham Place Inc.
21T-88060B Sandringham Place Inc.

And further, that Regional staff prepare duplicate files on the subject applications once all comments of the circulating agencies are received, to accompany the referral to the Ontario Municipal Board;

And further, that prior to the Board's hearing on this matter, staff be authorized to prepare the Region of Peel's conditions of draft approval for consideration by the Board and attend the hearing to protect the Region's interests;

And further, that the Board be requested to consider all of the owners' referral applications related to these plans, at the same hearing;

And further, that the Board be requested to consider the Region's previous referral requests for Official Plan, Zoning and Site Plan Applications concerning Landfill Site VI in the Sandringham-Wellington Secondary Plan Area (Area Number 28), at the same hearing;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 28, 1988, titled "Referral to the Ontario Municipal Board of Draft Plans of Subdivision in the Sandringham-Wellington Secondary Plan Area (Area Number 28) in the City of Brampton" be forwarded to the owners' solicitors, Goodman and Goodman, the City of
Brampton, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Ontario Municipal Board for their information.

Carried 88-803-26

P14. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM87540B, Tibiac Holdings Limited, City of Brampton

CW-360-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn;

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM87-540B, Tibiac Holdings Limited located on the west side of Automatic Road, north of Williams Parkway, in the City of Brampton, subject to the conditions of draft approval set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 30, 1988, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM87-540B, Tibiac Holdings Limited, City of Brampton" available in the Regional Clerk's Division;

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Brampton and Tibiac Holdings Limited for their information.

Carried 88-803-27

P15. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM87548B, 733978 Ontario Limited, City of Brampton

CW-361-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM87-548B, 733978 Ontario Limited located on the northwest corner of Automatic Road and Edvac Drive in the City of Brampton, subject to the conditions of draft approval set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 1, 1988, titled
"Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM87-548B, 733978 Ontario Limited, City of Brampton" available in the Regional Clerk's Division;

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Brampton and 733978 Ontario Limited for their information.

Carried 88-803-28

P16. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM87550M, Canyon Springs Development Corporation, City of Mississauga

CW-362-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM87-550M, Canyon Springs Development Corporation located on the southwest corner of The Collegeway and Broad Hollow Gate in the City of Mississauga, subject to the conditions of draft approval set out in Schedule "B" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 29, 1988, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM87-550M, Canyon Springs Development Corporation, City of Mississauga" available in the Regional Clerk's Division;

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to Canyon Springs Development Corporation and Mr. Gary Goldfarb and Mr. Joe D'Amata of Bratty and Partners.

Carried 88-803-29

P17. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88529B, Ravpan Investments Limited, City of Brampton

CW-363-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM88-529B, Ravpan Investments Limited located on the west side of Regan Road, south of Lowrey Road, in the City of Brampton, subject to the conditions of draft approval set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 15, 1988, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-529B, Ravpan Investments Limited, City of Brampton" available in the Regional Clerk's Division;

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Brampton and Ravpan Investments Limited for their information.

Carried 88-803-30

P18. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88531B, 679527 Ontario Limited, City of Brampton

CW-364-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM88-531B, 679527 Ontario Limited located on the west side of Devon Road, south of Clark Boulevard, in the City of Brampton, subject to the conditions of draft approval set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated November 16, 1988, titled
"Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-531B, 679527 Ontario Limited, City of Brampton" available in the Regional Clerk's Division;

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Brampton and 679527 Ontario Limited for their information.

Carried 88-803-31

P19. Referral of Draft Plans of Subdivision 21T-87001M, Marvin Goodman Holdings Ltd., 21T-
87009M, 792542 Ontario Limited, 21T-87037M, Horvat Properties and 21T-88004M, Kee Group Inc. to the Ontario Municipal Board for the owner of Plan 21T-87009M, 792542 Ontario Limited, City of Mississauga

Deferred to January 12, 1989 Regional Council Meeting 88-803-32

Unfinished Business -12b was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

I2b) Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-78052B, Vaughanwood Developments Limited, City of Brampton

CW-365-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council authorize draft approval of draft plan of subdivision 21T-78052B, Vaughanwood Developments Limited, with respect to lands located in part of Lot 18, Concession 1 , west of Hurontario Street of the former Township of Chinguacousy, now in the City of Brampton, subject to the prior approval by the Minister of Municipal Affairs
of Amendment Number 140 to the Official Plan, and subject to the conditions set out in Schedule "C" attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated December 12, 1988, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-78052B, Vaughanwood Developments Limited, City of Brampton" available in the Regional Clerk's
Division;

And further, that upon approval of an Amendment to the City of Brampton Official Plan by the Minister, the Regional Clerk shall notify all affected agencies that the draft plan's twenty-one (21) day appeal period has commenced;

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

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

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Vaughanwood Developments Limited for their information.

Carried 88-803-33

Public Works staff was requested to report on the provision of water and sewer services regarding draft plan of subdivision 21T-78052B at the January 12, 1989 Regional Council Meeting.

ITEMS RELATED TO PUBLIC WORKS

Committee Chairman Kolb presided.

ADMINISTRATION

PW1. Waste Management - Landfill, Minister's Proposal to Issue an Order to Require Research

CW-366-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn;

That the Region of Peel, in response to the Minister of the Environment's Draft Notice and Report on Landfill Site Selection, confirm its concerns as noted in the Chairman's letter of December 2, 1 988;

And further, that the Region, notwithstanding the concerns noted previously, initiate studies as requested by the Minister, and in line with a preliminary work plan, being Appendix "C" to the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated November 18, 1988, titled "Waste Management - Landfill, Minister's Proposal to Issue an Order to
Require Research";

And further, that the Ministry of the Environment be requested to share in all costs of the proposed site-search and approval process, this process having been required by, and to be directed by, the Ministry;

And further, that the Ministry be requested to obtain an Order in Council, exempting the Region from the need for a Public Enquiry with respect to any expropriations required to carry out site investigations;

And further, that a public meeting be held on Wednesday, January 25, 1989, at Chinguacousy Secondary School, City of Brampton, to inform the public of the required landfill investigations for the former A to E Areas;

And further, that Landfill Public Liaison Committees be established, as required for each of Areas A to E;

And further, that a meeting of the Landfill Public Liaison Committees for Areas A to E be held Thursday, February 2, 1989, to review specific site investigations, and to solicit their assistance in obtaining access for soils investigations;

And further, that interim financing of two million, five hundred thousand dollars ($2,500,000.00) be Approved to initiate required studies of Areas A to E, and allocated to Project 88-6200, funded by the Solid Waste Disposal Rate Stabilization Reserve;

And further, that MacLaren Plansearch be directed to undertake the necessary studies and investigations on Areas A to E, at an initial cost of two million dollars ($2,000,000.00);

And further, that the Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to expedite the needed services, supplies, and contract personnel required to ensure that the Order of the Minister of the Environment is adhered to;

And further, that the Ministry staff attend the January 25, 1989 public meeting and address the Minister's Proposal to Issue an Order to Require Research;

And further, that the Chairman immediately arrange a meeting with the Minister and the Mayor of Caledon, the Mayor of Brampton, and the Mayor of Mississauga to clarify the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act and the Region of Peel's submission.

Carried 88-803-34

Staff was requested to report on the location and time of the meeting of the Landfill Public Liaison Committees for Areas A to E to be held Thursday, February 2, 1989.

Staff distributed "The Regional Municipality of Peel's Proposed Modifications to Minister of the Environment's Section 11 Notice to Issue an Order to Require Research Under the Environmental Assessment Act and to Minister's Report Under the Environmental Protection Act".

PW2. Environmental Assessment- Derry Road Alignment, City of Mississauga

CW-367-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn;

That the Region of Peel confirm to the Environmental Assessment Board that with respect to the proposed Derry Road By-pass in the City of Mississauga, it is seeking approval for Route I only, subject to minor adjustments and that the Region does not wish the Board to approve any other route at the public hearing.

Carried 88-803-35


ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION

PW3. Miscellaneous Minor Watermain Works, Project 88-1710

CW-368-88:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That funds in the amount of $2s,000.00 be provided by allocation from the 1988 Capital Budget Item 88-1700 to be financed from Current Revenue, for use in accordance with By-law Number 19-83 and when required for minor watermain Capital Works, Project 88-1710.

Carried 88-803-36

PW4. Annual Update - Road Needs Study

CW-369-88:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That McCormick, Rankin & Associates Limited be retained to carry out the 1989 Road Needs Study Update at an estimated cost of $30,000.00;

And further, that the necessary funds be included in the 1989 Current Budget Item WC 30000-3704.

Carried 88-803-37

PW5. The Erin Mills Town Centre, Northwest Corner of Erin Mills Parkway and Eglinton Avenue, City of Mississauga

CW-370-88:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That documents be prepared to lift a 0.3 metres reserve on Erin Mills Parkway between Eglinton Avenue and Erin Centre Boulevard to permit access to the Erin Mills Town Centre located on the northwest corner of Erin Mills Parkway and Eglinton Avenue, City of Mississauga;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 88-803-38

PW6. Falco Properties - Britannia Industrial Centre, Dixie Road North of Britannia Road, City of Mississauga

CW-371-88:

Moved by Councillor H. Kennedy;

That documents be prepared to lift a 0.3 metre reserve on Dixie Road north of Britannia Road to permit a right-in access to the Britannia Industrial Centre, Falco Properties located on the east side of Dixie Road north of Britannia Road, City of Mississauga;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 88-803-39

PW7. Local Improvement Noise Attenuation Wall on Kennedy Road from Centre Street Northerly 250 metres, City of Brampton, Project 88-4500

CW-372-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That a noise attenuation wall be constructed on the west side of Kennedy Road, from Centre Street, northerly a distance of 250 metres more or less, City of Brampton, under Project 88-4500;

And further, that a portion of these works be assessed against the abutting property owners at the rate of $150.00 per metre of assessable frontage;

And further, that the sum of $75,000.00 be allocated to Capital Budget Item 88-4500 from Current Revenue funds remaining in the 1988 Capital Budget Item 88-4030;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Regional Council undertaking the works under the Local Improvement Act, R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 250;

And further, that Resolution 88-714-5 be rescinded.

Carried 88-803-40

PW8. Construction of Sound Barrier Wall on Kennedy Road, City of Brampton, Project 88-4500

CW-373-88:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the contract for the construction of a sound barrier wall on Kennedy Road, from Centre Street, northerly, City of Brampton, be awarded to Evercrete Limited, in the amount of $44,672.00, under Project 88-4500;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 88-803-41

PW9 . Watermain Construction on Fifth Line Albion, Town of Caledon, Project 88-1200

CW-374-88:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the Region of Peel contribute to the construction of a watermain on Fifth Line Albion, north of 5th Sideroad, Town of Caledon, being privately funded by Mr. E. Wilson in the amount of $23,790.00, under Project 88-l200;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1988 Capital Budget Item 88-l700, to be financed from the Utility Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund.

Carried 88-803-42

PW10. Cantilevered Sidewalk on the Steeles Avenue Bridge over Etobicoke Creek, City of Brampton, Project 88-4240

CW-375-88:

Moved by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the total Region of Peel budget for the construction of a cantilevered sidewalk on the Steeles Avenue Bridge over Etobicoke Creek, City of Brampton be increased from $35,000.00 to $48,000.00 by transferring $13,000.00 to Capital Budget Item 88-4240 from Current Revenue funds remaining in the 1988 Capital Budget Item 88-4050 (Derry Road
Reconstruction - Winston Churchill Boulevard to 10th Line West);

And further, that the City of Brampton be requested to increase its budget commitment level to $48,000.00 for their share of this project;

And further, that the Region enter into a contract with Van Con General Contractors Limited for the subject works;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 88-803-43

PW11. Flat Rate Water Service and Meter Installation Charges

CW-376-88:

Moved by Councillor C Glassford;

That the flat rate water service and meter installation charges be revised and Section 1 of Schedule A to By-law Number 9-73, as amended, be further amended as follows:

Water service charges, inclusive of the cost of the water meter, shall be paid by the applicant as follows:

1. Water services of 20 mm diameter complete with the installation of a 18 mm x 20
mm meter be charged at the rate of $1,710.00;

2. Water services of 25 mm diameter complete with the installation of a 20 mm meter
be charged at the rate of $1,885.00;

3. Water services, larger than 25 mm, shall be charged on an actual cost basis, the
minimum charge being $2,000.00;

4. Meter installation charges for the following meter sizes be:

5. Cancellation charges remain at $20.00 for flat rate and $55.00 for estimated connections and be assessed if the applicant cancels an application for any reason;

And further, that the revised rates become effective thirty (30) days following Regional Council approval;

And further, that a rate review of charges associated with flat rate water services and meter installations be carried out annually, early in the year, based on tendered prices applicable for that year.

Carried 88-803-44


OPERATIONS

PW12. Maintenance of Traffic Control Signals and Devices, Contract 89-130 - City of Brampton and Region of Peel

CW-377-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn;

That the tender received from Stacey Electric Company Ltd. in the amount of $466,466.26 of which the Region of Peel's portion is $160,984.66 for the maintenance of traffic control signals and electrical traffic control devices within the City of Brampton, commencing on January 1, 1989 be accepted, this being the lowest tender received;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto;

And further, that the awarding of this contract to Stacey Electric Company Ltd. is subject to the award by the City of Brampton of their portion of Contract 89-130 to the same firm.

Carried 88-803-45

PW13. Region Road 9, Bolton, Town of Caledon - Traffic Regulation Revisions

CW-378-88:

Moved by Councillor D. Currie;

That a by-law to amend By-law Number 51-88 be enacted to provide the following:

1. "No Stopping" on both sides of Region Road 9 from Ann Street to John Street, Town of Caledon;

2. Designation of the centre lane on Region Road 9 for eastbound and westbound left turns between Highway 50 and Humberlea Road, Town of Caledon;

3. Prohibition of eastbound left turns on Region Road 9 at Elm Street, Town of Caledon.

Carried 88-803-46

PROPERTY

PW14. Road Closing - Westerly Side of Dixie Road, Southerly of Orenda Road, City of Brampton, formerly Township of Chinguacousy - Part of Block B, Registered Plan 640 designated as Parts 31 and 32 on Reference Plan 43R-15100

CW-379-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Russell;

That the lands described as being located in Part of Block B, Plan 640, City of Brampton, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly Township of Chinguacousy, County of Peel) designated as Parts 31 and 32 on Reference Plan 43R-15100, being shown hatched on a sketch attached to the report of the Regional Clerk dated December 6, 1988, titled "Road
Closing- Westerly Side of Dixie Road, Southerly of Orenda Road, City of Brampton, formerly Township of Chinguacousy - Part of Block B, Registered Plan 640 designated as Parts 31 and 32 on Reference Plan 43R-15100" be stopped up, closed and deprived of their character as a public highway or street;

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

And further, that any and all utility easements be transferred to the appropriate companies by the Region;

And further, that the lands be conveyed to the adjacent property owner;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto;

And further, that Realty Services be authorized to proceed with this matter.

Carried 88-803-47

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

PW15. Urban Design Award - Richard's Memorial Pumping Station, City of Mississauga

Received 88-803-48

PW16. Sole Source Report - Mixing Equipment for Stockpiling of Winter Sand

Received 88-803-49

PW17. Reimbursement for Spills Clean-up

Received 88-803-50

PW18. Summary of Waste Management Study Costs As of October 31, 1988

Received 88-803-51

PW19. Waste Reduction Seminar

Received 88-803-52

ITEMS RELATED TO SOCIAL SERVICES

Committee Vice-Chairman Currie presided.

GENERAL SERVICES

SS1. Future Grants to Charitable Institutions and the Administration of Regional Grants

CW-380-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That for the benefit of a precise review by staff and for administrative efficiency the Community and Agricultural Grants Program become the responsibility of the Department of Social Services and the Social Services Committee.

Carried 88-803-53

SENIORS SERVICES DIVISION

SS2. Milk and Milk By-Products Contract for 1988-1989

CW-381-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That Flowerlea Dairy's contract be extended to cover the 1988-1989 contract period, November 1, 1988 to October 31, 1989, based on their submitted prices;

And further, that Flowerlea Dairy continue to service the Region of Peel until such time as the market conditions provides alternative routes for servicing, subject to acceptable price increases in line with inflation and cost increases passed on from the Ontario Milk Marketing Board;

And further, that the Materials Manager issue the necessary purchasing documents to complete the transaction.

Carried 88-803-54

SS3. Special Acquisition of Vans at Peel Manor, Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre

CW-382-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council approve the purchase of two vans utilizing a $55,426.00 subsidy from the Ministry of Community and Social Services with the balance to come from the Resident Benefit Accounts at Peel Manor and the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre;

And further, that an amount of $9,644.00 be transferred from the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre 1988 Current Budget to the Vera M. Davis Resident Benefit Account.

Carried 88-803-55

SS4. Public Institutions Inspections Panel - Peel Manor

Received 88-803-56

SS5. Transfer of Chronic Care Beds to Peel Manor

Received 88-803-57

SS6. Approved Applicants for Admission - Seniors Services Division

Received 88-803-58

SS7. Seniors Services Task Force Report "A Gateway to Services for the Elderly"

This item was dealt with under Resolution 88-803-13.

CHILDREN'S SERVICES DIVISION

SS8. Construction of a Regional Child Development Centre, Project 88-0333

CW-383-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That $436,030.00 be transferred from Capital Development Funds to Project 88-0333;

And further, that subject to receiving written approval for 50% cost sharing from the Ministry of Community and Social Services, the Region of Peel enter into a client/architect agreement with Quadrangle Architects Limited for the completion of working drawings;

And further, that tenders be issued for the construction of the centre;


And further, that the complement of eleven (11) employees to staff the centre be Approved ;

And further, that a leasing agreement with Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation for the land be entered into.

Carried 88-803-59

RESOLUTION 88-803-59 AMENDED BY
89-519

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES - SA/IS

SS9. Response to the Report on the Interministerial Committee on Visiting Homemaker Services

This item was dealt with under Resolution 88-782.

SS10. Transhelp Vehicle Inspection Report

Received 88-803-60

SS11. Home Visits

CW-384-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That the Home Visiting approach as outlined in the report of the Acting Commissioner of Social Services dated November 10, 1988, titled "Home Visits" be maintained as the preferred means of assessing eligibility for social assistance in the Region of Peel;

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the Minister of Community and Social Services for their information in reference to the Transitions report;

And further, that a copy of the subject report also be sent to the Ontario Municipal Social Services Association and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario for their information.

Carried 88-803-61

SS12. Employment Services Worker - Job Developer

CW-385-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the Chairman and the Regional Clerk be authorized to sign all legal documents pertaining to the Enhanced Job Developer Program;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 88-803-62

SS13. The Employment Strategies Team Participation as a Demonstration Project in the Employability Resources Network

CW-386-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That the Employment Strategies Team be authorized to participate as a demonstration project in the Employability Resources Network.

Carried 88-803-63

SS14. September 1988 Social Assistance Caseload Distribution

Received 88-803-64

SS15. Social Service Case Aide Training Program Update

Received 88-803-65

ITEMS RELATED TO ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE

Committee Chairman Mullin presided.

FINANCE

AF1. Canada/U.S. Free Trade Agreement - City of Toronto Resolution

CW-387-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Regional Council receive the City of Toronto resolution dated August 18, 1988 concerning the Canada/U.S. Free Trade Agreement.

Carried 88-803-66

AF2. Councilors' Expenses

CW-388-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That the Policy Manual as it relates to Councillors' Expenses be amended in accordance with the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated December 1, 1988, titled "Councillors' Expenses";

And further, that funding in the amount of $5,100.00 be available for each member of Council to attend events during the period December 1, 1988 to November 30, 1991.

Carried 88-803-67

AF3. Care Expense Reimbursement Policy- Mileage Rates

CW-389-88:

Moved by Councillor D. Currie;

That effective January 1, 1989 the Car Reimbursement Policy be amended to reflect the following rates:

a) For permanent and contract full-time staff:

b) For temporary full-time staff, students and casuals:

Carried 88-803-68

AF4. Accounts Receivable Recommended for Write-Off

CW-390-88:

Moved by Councillor D. Currie;

That the General Accounts Receivable in the amount of $818.74, the Children's Day Care in the amount of $1,461.18, the Trust Funds in the amount of $5.74, and the Water and Sewer Billings in the amount of $16,522.38 as outlined in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated November 23, 1988, titled "Accounts Receivable
Recommended for Write-Off" be Approved for write-off.

Carried 88-803-69

AF5. Substitution of Utility Reserves for Existing Debt Approvals

CW-391-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the debt amounts stipulated within the by-laws indicated in column (3) of Schedule "A" attached to the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated November 30, 1988, titled "Substitution of Utility Reserves for Existing Debt Approvals" be hereby amended by substituting any unfunded debt amounts required to finance the project, column (5) of the subject Schedule "A", with funding from the utility rate stabilization reserve;

And further, that application be made to the Ontario Municipal Board to amend the orders stipulated in column (1) of Schedule "A" of the subject report to reduce the amount of debt originally Approved by those amounts no longer required, column (5) and column (6) of the subject Schedule "A".

Carried 88-803-70

AF6. Status of Capital Operations as of September 30,1988

Received 88-803-71

AF7. The Second Triannual Financial Report of 1988

Received 88-803-72

AF8. National Municipal Infrastructure Support Program

CW-392-88:

Moved by Councillor H. McCallion;

That the Region of Peel support a National Municipal Infrastructure Support Program subject to the following conditions:

a) no distinction for funding acceptability is made between growth related and other works;

b) that the program is not biased in favour of any geographic or economic region of Canada;

c) that municipalities that have allowed their infrastructure to deteriorate are not allowed a 'windfall' catchup at the expense of better managed municipalities under the program;

d) that urban transportation be given at least as much funding priority as sewer and water;

e) that the administration of the program is simple, straightforward, and have a fast decision making procedure included therein; And further, that the Minister of Municipal Affairs be so advised.

Carried 88-803-73

DMINISTRATION

AF9. 1989 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule

CW-393-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the 1989 Meeting Schedule as attached to the report of the Regional Clerk dated November 23, 1988, titled "1989 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule" be Approved .

Carried 88-803-74

AF10. 1989 Budget Subcommittee

CW-394-88:

Moved by Councillor D. Currie;

That Regional Council appoint a Budget Subcommittee for the purpose of considering the 1989 budget submission to be composed of the following members:

Councillors F. Andrews, D. Culham, D. Currie, N. Iannicca, E. Kolb, P. Mullin, M. Prentice , E. Southorn and Chairman F. Bean.

Carried 88-803-75

AF11. Tops Trunk Lines/9-1-1 Emergency Telephone Service

CW-395-88:

Moved by Councillor D. Currie;

That Regional Council advise Bell Canada that it is opposed to the payment of any charges relating to Telephone Operator Services trunk lines and terminate equipment;

And further, that if Bell Canada still intends to impose any such charges, that Bell Canada be advised to remove Telephone Operator Services related lines and terminate equipment at no expense to the Region of Peel.

Carried 88-803-76

AF12. Renewal of Lease for Police Sub-Station at Toronto International Centre

CW-396-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That Regional Council approve of a lease with the Toronto International Centre of Commerce for a police sub-station located within the Toronto International Centre, for a term of one (1) year commencing January 1, 1989 at a monthly rent of $200.00, in accordance with the terms outlined in the report of the Regional Clerk dated November
21, 1988, titled "Renewal of Lease for Police Sub-Station at Toronto International Centre";

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto;

And further, that Realty Services be authorized to proceed with this matter.

Carried 88-803-77

AF13. Region of Peel Art Gallery Renovations

CW-397-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews;

That Inzola Construction (1976) Limited be engaged to carry out renovations to the Region of Peel Art Gallery, to a maximum cost of $60,000.00, funded from Reserves;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto;

And further, that the Materials Manager issue the necessary documents.

Carried 88-803-78

AF14. West Area Social Assistance Office Expansion, Cadillac Fairview Lease to Region of Peel, 2155 Dunwin Drive, City of Mississauga

CW-398-88:

Moved by Councillor D. Lane;

That Regional Council approve of a Lease Amendment Agreement and any further documentation, required to expand the area leased from Cadillac Fairview at 2155 Dunwin Drive in the City of Mississauga from 6,260 square feet total of 7,290 square feet, the details of which are outlined in the report of the Regional Clerk dated December 6, 1988,
titled "West Area Social Assistance Office Expansion, Cadillac Fairview Lease to Region of Peel, 2155 Dunwin Drive, City of Mississauga";

And further, that the Regional Clerk be authorized to make application to the Ontario Municipal Board for approval;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto;

And further, that Realty Services be authorized to proceed with this matter;

And further, that Resolution 88-761-25 be rescinded.

Carried 88-803-79

AF15. United Way 1988 Campaign Results

Received 88-803-80

AF16. 1989 Current Budget- Advance Approval of Police Requirements

CW-399-88:

Moved by Councillor M. Prentice;

That the request of the Peel Board of Commissioners of Police for approval of the 1989 Sick Leave Reserve contributions in the amount of $892,610.00 effective January 1, 1989 be granted;

And further, that the eighteen (18) constable positions scheduled for early 1989 hire and the civilianization plan for the Communications Bureau be confirmed;

And further, that the twenty (20) required civilian positions be Approved as 1989 complement;

And further, that the thirteen (13) requested vehicles noted in the letter of the Executive Secretary of the Peel Board of Commissioners of Police dated November 8, 1988 also be Approved .

Carried 88-803-81

AF17. Pending Items Report, January - November, 1988

Received 88-803-82

ITEMS RELATED TO HOUSING

Committee Vice-Chairman Prentice presided.

SH1. Peel Local Access to Permanent Housing Committee

CW-400-88:

Moved by Councillor P. Mullin;

That the Housing Committee endorse, in principle, the formation of the Peel Local Access to Permanent Housing Committee;

And further, that the Peel Local Access to Permanent Housing Committee submit its request for the Regional 20% funding contribution to the Region of Peel for consideration within the 1989 Operating Budget;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation dated November 8, 1988, titled "Peel Local Access to Permanent Housing Committee" be sent to the Peel Local Access to Permanent Housing Committee and the Provincial Local Access to Permanent Housing
Committee;

And further, that a copy of the subject report be sent to the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga, the Town of Caledon, and all local M.P.'s and M.P.P.'s for their information.

Carried 88-803-83

SH2. Remarks by the Honourable Chaviva Hosek, Minister of Housing, to the Canadian Club, Toronto, October 31, 1988

Received 88-803-84

SH3. Provincial Conference, "Affordable Housing in Ontario - Developing the Willn, February 22 to 23, 1989, Kitchener, Ontario

Received 88-803-85

SH4. Peel Mental Health Housing Coalition regarding Policy Statement on Affordable Housing

Received 88-803-86

10. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE RISE AND REPORT

CW-401-88:

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 88-803-87

11. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

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

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

Carried 88-803

12. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) City of Mississauga regarding Waste Management - Incineration and Composting

Received 88-804

b) Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-780S2B, Vaughanwood Developments Limited, City of Brampton

This item was dealt with under Resolution 88-803-33.

1 3. BY-LAWS

Three Readings


By-law Number 103-88: To authorize the construction of the Inground Water Storage Reservoir and Feedermain in the Town of Caledon.

By-law Number 104-88: To set Regional Water Rates and to amend By-law Number 9-73, as amended. By-law Number 105-88: To establish rates for the Regional Sewer Charge.

By-law Number 106-88: To amend By-law Number 74-87 titled "A by-law to authorize construction of the 400 mm diameter Bolton Feedermain from the existing south booster station to the elevated water tank in the former Village of Bolton, Town of Caledon at a total estimated cost of $840,000.00" to provide for revised funding.


By-law Number 107-88: To authorize an expenditure for the Administration of a Test Drilling Programme and the Design and Contract Administration of the Proposed Well and Pumping Station in Mono Mills, Town of Caledon.

By-law Number 108-88: To authorize an expenditure for a Computer Aided System for Police Enforcement and Records (C.A.S.P.E.R.) and to repeal By-laws Numbered 149-83, 45-88 and 46-88.

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

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 103-88 to 108-88 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Regional Clerk and the Corporate Seal affixed
thereto.

Carried 88-805

Third Reading Only

By-law Number 37-88: To authorize sanitary sewer replacement works on King Street from Humberlea Road to Ann Street, in the Town of Caledon at a total estimated cost of $600,000.00.

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

That the by-law listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-law Number 37-8 be given the third reading only, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Regional Clerk and the Corporate Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 88-806

1 4. RESOLUTIONS

a) Ontario Good Roads Association Conference

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

Whereas the subsidy allotted each year by the Ministry of Transportation to upper tier municipalities for the construction of roads and bridges is determined by an allowable spending level, set by the Ministry, of the five year needs as determined
by the annual fees study update;

And whereas this allowable spending level has decreased from 9% in 1975 to 3.3% in 1988;

And whereas in many cases, municipalities are spending substantial yet unsubsidized funds to meet legitimate needs;

 

Therefore be it resolved that the Ontario Good Roads Association petition the Ministry of Transportation for increased subsidies for roadworks.

Carried 88-807

See also Resolution 88-790.

15. NOTICES OF MOTION

16. OTHER BUSINESS
ENQUIRES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor McCallion requested an update on the use of the Public Works Yard located on the south side of Derry Road at Highway 10, in the City of Mississauga.

The Commissioner of Public Works responded that the Public Works Yard has had a number of short term uses, including the Boy Scouts Composter manufacturing. Presently, the Public Works Yard is accommodating a Tire Recycling Depot. In its first month of operation 200 tones of tires have been recycled. The present municipal use conforms to the permitted uses under the local zoning by-law. The Commissioner of Public Works will prepare a report to Regional Council regarding the conditions of the agreement with the present user and the long term use of the site. The site is to be used as a Transhelp facility in the future.

b) Councillor Southorn enquired as to the proposed office use on the Union Gas lands.

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to review the draft plan of subdivision and to discuss the proposed uses with Union Gas of their property west of Winston Churchill Boulevard.

17. VERBAL REPORTS
SPECIAL PURPOSE BODES

18. ITEMS PRESENTED FOR COUNCIL'S INFORMATION

a) Minutes of the Executive Committee Meeting, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, October 28, 1988

b) Minutes of the Executive Committee Meeting, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, November 10, 1988

c) Minutes of the Executive Committee Meeting, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, November 25, 1988

d) Minutes of the 247th Authority Meeting, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, November 24, 1988


e) Minutes of the Executive Meeting #7E-88, Halton Region Conservation Authority, October 20, 1988

f) Minutes of the Conservation Areas/Community Relations Advisory Board, Halton Region Conservation Authority, October 27, 1988

g) Minutes of the Finance and Administration Advisory Board, Halton Region Conservation Authority, November 3, 1988

h) Report Series 1988-8, AMO's Response to "Rental Housing Protection Act: Future Directions", The Association of Municipalities of Ontario, September, 1988

i) Report Series 1988-9, Municipal Authority to Regulate Occupancy on the Basis of Relationship, The Association of Municipalities of Ontario, September, 1988

j) Report Series 1988-10, AMO's Response to Bill 170 - Aggregate Resources Act, The Association of Municipalities of Ontario, October, 1988

k) News Release from the Ministry of Energy regarding Announcement of $3 Million Program for Municipal Energy Efficiency, November 24, 1988

l) Seminar Information, Municipal Councillors' Seminars 1989, Association of Municipalities of Ontario

m) Ontario Energy Network Newsletter from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, October, 1988

n) International Conference, Dangerous Goods Emergency Response 1989, The Canadian Chemical Producers' Association, May 16 to 18, 1989

o) Environmental Assessment Board Notice of Preliminary Hearing regarding Proposed Derry Road Bypass North of Meadowvale Village between Mississauga Road and McLaughlin Road, City of Mississauga, December 19, 1988

p) Letter from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario regarding Nominations for the Board of Directors

q) Draft Implementation Guidelines for the Draft Policy Statement on Housing Under the Planning Act, 1983, from the Ministry of Housing, November 9, 1988

r) Workshop Panel Discussion from the Urban Development Institute/Ontario regarding "Land - Our Shrinking Resource - Supply, Prices and Issues", November 23, 1988


19. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, IN CAMERA, TO CONSIDER REPORTS

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

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

Carried 88-808

20. REPORTS, IN CAMERA

Chief Administrative Officer

CAO-88-21 - Chairman's Staff Support

CW-402-88:

Moved by Councillor F. Andrews;

That the Chief Administrative Officer be authorized to approve an employment contract for a position of "Chairman's Executive Assistant" with a person selected by the Chairman subject to the contract running concurrently with the Chairman's
time in office.

Carried 88-809-1

Committees.

ITEMS RELATED TO ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE

AFa) Accounts Receivable Recommended for Write-Off

Received 88-809-2

21. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, IN CAMERA, RISE AND REPORT

CW-403-88:

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 88-809-3

22. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, IN CAMERA PROCEEDINGS

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

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

Carried 88-809

23. BY-LAWS IN CAMERA

24. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

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

That By-law Number 109-88 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at the meeting held on December 15, 1988 and to authorize the execution of documents in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto, be given the required number of readings, and the Corporate Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 88-810

25. ADJOURN

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

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, January 12, 1989 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 88-811

The meeting adjourned at 1:00 p.m.

Regional Clerk Chairman