THE COUNCIL OF
THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL
HELD AT BRAMPTON
MAY 25, 1989

 

Chairman Bean called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 1:35 p.m.

 

1. PRAYER

Councillor Pallett recited the prayer.


2. ROLL CALL

Members Present: F. Andrews, F. Bean, R. Begley, E. Carter, D. Culham who arrived at 1:55 p.m., D. Currie, F. Dale, C. Glassford, N. Iannicca, E. Kolb who arrived at 1:45 p.m., D. Lane, H. McCallion, F. McKechnie, P. Mullin, R. Pallett, M. Prentice, P. Robertson, F. Russell, C. Seglins, E. Southorn, K. Whillans who arrived at 1:45 p.m.
   
Members Absent:

H. Kennedy who was on other municipal business

 

3. ADOPTION OF MINUTES

a) Minutes of the Regional Council Meeting held May 11, 1989

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on May 11, 1989 be adopted.

Carried 89-396


4. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the agenda for the May 25, 1989 Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 89-397

 

5. DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. Leo Longo, Aird & Berlis on behalf of Orlando Corporation regarding the Regional Lot Levy Policy

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

That plans of subdivision 21T-87031M and 21T-88041M be referred to Planning staff for a report to the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting on Orlando Corporation's request for exemption from the increase of the recently adopted lot levy policy;

And further, that Planning staff report on other plans of subdivision in similar situations.

Carried 89-398

See also Resolution 89-418

b) Ms. Darlene Baker and Ms. Carol Berry, Access To Permanent Housing Committee of Peel regarding an informational presentation on the Committee

Received 89-399

c) Mr. Steve D'Agostino, Thompson, Rogers and Mr. Lorne Warner, IG Paper Recycling regarding Proposed Eastern Avenue Wood Processing Facility

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Whillans;

That the IG Paper Recycling letter dated May 25, 1989 from Thompson, Rogers, Barristers & Solicitors be referred to Public Works staff for a further report reviewing the guidelines in terms of the Regional Wood Recycling Program Summary and Proposed Policy for Research and Development Proposals by Industry.

Carried 89-400

 

d) Ms. Claude Boucher and Mr. Joseph Kennedy, WCI Waste Conversion Inc. regarding Proposed Eastern Avenue Wood Processing Facility

Item 11 of the Public Works Committee meeting was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

11. Regional Wood Recycling Program Summary and Proposed Policy for Research and Development Proposals by Industry

Moved by Councillor Whillans,
Seconded by Councillor Andrews;

That Public Works staff Recommendation PW-45-89 contained in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated May 11, 1989, titled "Regional Wood Recycling Program Summary and Proposed Policy for Research and Development Proposals by Industry" be deferred for 30 days.

Lost 89-401

RECOMMENDATION PW-45-89

That Regional Council endorse the principle of providing financial assistance for Research and Development in Waste Reduction Projects by Industry;

And further, that the Guidelines for Financial Assistance for Research and Development in Waste Reduction Projects by Industry listed in Appendix "B" of the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated May 11, 1989, titled "Regional Wood Recycling Program Summary and Proposed Policy for Research and Development Proposals by Industry" be endorsed;

And further, that Regional Council reaffirm its approval to contract pilot wood processing project with Waste Conversions Inc.;

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

And further, that staff review the financial assistance request from I.G. Paper Recycling and report to Regional Council;

And further, that the concept of financial assistance for projects related to waste reduction be included in the revisions of the Regional Municipality of Peel Act, R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 440, as amended.

Approved 89-402

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

That Waste Management staff meet with the companies involved in recycling wood, and the Ministry of the Environment, with a view to recycling and composting shredded wood waste and sewage sludge.

Carried 89-403

See also Resolution 89-431

 

e) Dr. Colin Saldanha and Ms. Mila Eustaquio, Peel Multicultural Council regarding Social Services Grant Appeal

Moved by Councillor Andrews,
Seconded by Councillor McCallion;

That the request for additional funding by the Peel Multicultural Council be deferred pending a meeting with the Acting Commissioner of Social Services and the Peel Multicultural Council to discuss and review the total funding package;

And further, that the Acting Commissioner of Social Services report back to the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting.

Carried 89-404

f) Mr. John May and Ms. Donna Doda, St. Louise Outreach Centre regarding Social Services Grant Appeal

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Southorn;

That the request by the St. Louise Outreach Centre regarding the 1989 Social Services Grant be deferred to the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting.

Carried 89-405

The Acting Commissioner of Social Services was requested to:

i) evaluate the grant request of the St. Louise Outreach Centre in light of the six 1989 grant requests previously denied by Regional Council on February 23, 1989; and

ii) report on the criteria for granting funds to those agencies distributing food to the needy.

g) Ms. Kathleen Haswell and Mr. Don McDonald, Learning Disabilities Association of North Peel regarding Social Services Grant Appeal

Received 89-406

The Regional Chairman and Social Services staff were requested to:

i)co-ordinate a meeting with the Chairmen of the Boards of Education in Peel, the Chairman of the Peel United Way Campaign and representatives of the Ministry of Community and Social Services;

ii)re-inforce the School Boards' responsibility for the funding of programs for the learning disabled;

iii)to identify other sources of funding for the Learning Disabilities Association of North Peel;

iv)review the concept of fee for service with the Ministry of Community and Social Services.

See also Resolution 89-408

h) Mr. Jeffrey Goldenberg, Fogler, Rubinoff regarding Plan of Subdivision 21T-88064M, Gaspero Developments Limited, City of Mississauga

Moved by Councillor Southorn,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

That the request by Jeffrey Goldenberg, Fogler, Rubinoff for the draft approval of plan of subdivision 21T-88064M, Gaspero Developments Limited, City of Mississauga, be deferred to the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting.

Carried 89-407

See also Resolutions 89-419 and 89-422-3

 

6. PRESENTATIONS


7. COMMUNICATIONS

a) Ms. Allison Kirk-Montgomery regarding Learning Disabilities Association of North Peel

Received 89-408

See also Resolution 89-406

b) Ministry of Transportation regarding 1989 Supplementary Subsidy Allocation as part of Ontario Transportation Investment Initiatives

Received 89-409

c) Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto regarding Solid Waste Management Plan for the Greater Toronto Area

Referred to Public Works 89-410

d) City of Brampton regarding Committee to Monitor Provincial/Federal Legislation

Referred to Administration and Finance 89-411

e) Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regarding Financial Statements for the year ended December 31, 1988

Received 89-412

f) Regional Municipality of Waterloo regarding Recycling Programs

Received 89-413

g) Ministry of the Environment regarding Environmental Assessment of the Town of Caledon's Proposed Reconstruction of Townline Road and the Bolton Bypass

Referred to Planning and Public Works 89-414

h) Credit Valley Conservation Authority regarding the Establishment of Parking Policies for Floodplains

Referred to Planning 89-415

i) Siting Task Force, Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management regarding Regional Information Sessions

Referred to Public Works 89-416

j) Ministry of Municipal Affairs regarding Portable Parking Permits for Disabled Persons

Referred to Social Services 89-417

k) Orlando Corporation regarding Regional Lot Levy Policy

Received 89-418

This item was also dealt with under Resolution 89-398

l) Fogler, Rubinoff regarding Plan of Subdivision 21T‑88064M, Gaspero Developments Limited, City of Mississauga

Received 89-419

This item was also dealt under Resolution 89-407

m) Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto regarding Proposed Community Task Force on the Creation of a Greater Toronto Area Airports Authority

Received 89-420

This item was also dealt with under Resolution 89-422-1


8. PETITIONS


9. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

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

Carried 89-421


10. REPORTS

Regional Chairman

RC-89-8 -Proposed Region of Peel Representation on a Community Task Force on the Creation of a Greater Toronto Area Airports Authority

CW-131-89

Moved by Councillor Whillans;

That the report of the Regional Chairman dated May 15, 1989, titled "Proposed Region of Peel Representation on a Community Task Force on the Creation of a Greater Toronto Area Airports Authority" be deferred pending a meeting with the Regional Chairman, the Minister of Transportation and the area municipal mayors;

And further, that Councillor Pallett be appointed to the Community Task Force on the Creation of a Greater Toronto Area Airports Authority when the Committeee is established.

Carried 89-422-1

See also Resolution 89-420


Committees

P-89-3 - Planning Committee

16. Upcoming Transportation Studies - Tentative Work Program

RECOMMENDATION P-29-89:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated May 9, 1989, titled "Upcoming Transportation Studies - Tentative Work Program" be received;

And further, that staff be authorized to initiate the purchase of the hardware and transportation planning software necessary to update the Regional Model;

And further, that staff finalize the Northwest Mississauga Study Terms of Reference, in conjunction with City of Mississauga staff, and proceed with the update of the Regional Model, the Northwest Mississauga study and the York/Peel Boundary Transportation Study (Northeast Brampton) in accordance with the tentative time frames identified in Schedule 1 attached to the subject report;

And further, that funding in the amount of $40,000.00 for the hardware and transportation planning software necessary to complete the above studies be allocated from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-4030 to be financed from Interest Recovery.

Approved 89-422-2

RECOMMENDATION P-30-89:

That development proposals north of Eglinton Avenue to the City of Brampton boundary and west of the Credit River only be draft approved with the inclusion of a condition that final approval will not be given until the results of the transportation study have been evaluated by Planning Committee and Regional Council with the exception of minor infill within existing or approved developments may be permitted;

And further, that minor infill developments proposed to be draft approved be reported to Planning Committee and Regional Council outlining the rationale as minor infill development for their approval.

Deferred to the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting. 89-422-3

The Regional Solicitor was requested to consider the legality of a condition of draft approval that will prohibit the sale of residential lots to homebuyers in the Northwest Mississauga study area for draft approved plans of subdivision.

Additional Item - Delegation

Ms. Roslyn Houser, Goodman & Goodman attended on behalf of four clients regarding plans of subdivision in the Northwest Mississauga study area.

Received 89-422-4

Development Control

5. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86020M, Irber Holdings Limited et al, City of Mississauga

RECOMMENDATION P-31-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of subdivision 21T-86020M, Irber Holdings Limited et al located on the north side of Eglinton Avenue west of Second Line in the City of Mississauga subject to the conditions of draft approval set forth in Schedule 'C' attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated April 25, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86020M, Irber Holdings Limited et al, 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 the Chairman and the Regional Clerk be authorized to sign the Financial and Servicing Agreements;

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the Planning Management Group Limited and Irber Holdings Limited et al.

Approved 89-422-5

6. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-539M, P.S.M. Custom Metal Maintenance Limited, City of Mississauga

RECOMMENDATION P-32-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM88-539M, P.S.M. Custom Metal Maintenance Limited located on the west side of Atlantic Drive east of Dixie Road north of Britannia Road 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 April 25, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-539M - P.S.M. Custom Metal Maintenance Limited - 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 Syer & Pelman for their information.

Approved 89-422-6

7. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-546M, Somerset Square One Inc., City of Mississauga

RECOMMENDATION P-33-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM88-546M by Somerset Square One Inc. located on the south side of Tranmere Drive 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 April 25, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-546M - Somerset Square One Inc. - 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 Joseph Rady-Pentek Ltd., and Bratty and Partners for their information.

Approved 89-422-7

8. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-547M, Traders Business Centre Inc., City of Mississauga

RECOMMENDATION P-34-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of condominium 21CDM88-547M, Traders Business Centre Inc. located on the north side of Traders Boulevard East 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 April 25, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Condominium 21CDM88-547M - Traders Business Centre Inc. - 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 McMillan, Binch for their information.

Approved 89-422-8

9. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86019B, Brampton West 4-2 Limited, City of Brampton

RECOMMENDATION P-35-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of subdivision 21T-86019B, Brampton West 4-2 Limited located in part of the west half of Lot 4, 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 April 26, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86019B, Brampton West 4-2 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 the 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 Brampton West 4-2 Limited for their information.

Approved 89-422-9

10. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86056B, 574971 Ontario Limited, City of Brampton

RECOMMENDATION P-36-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of subdivision 21T-86056B, 574971 Ontario Limited located in part of the west half of Lot 5, 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 April 26, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86056B, (574971 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 the Chairman and the 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, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and 574971 Ontario Limited for their information.

Approved 89-422-10

11. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86058B, 717871 Ontario Limited (formerly Lakeview Estates), City of Brampton

RECOMMENDATION P-37-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of subdivision 21T-86058B, 717871 Ontario Limited (formerly Lakeview Estates), located in part of the west half of Lots 2 and 3, 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 April 26, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-86058B, 717871 Ontario Limited (formerly Lakeview Estates), 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 the 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 717871 Ontario Limited for their information.

Approved 89-422-11

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to report to the June 13, 1989 Public Works Committee meeting on the traffic needs for Queen Street west of McLaughlin Road and Steeles Avenue west of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton with respect to the impact of land development on these Regional roads and the inclusion of their reconstruction in the ten year Capital Budget.

12. Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-88063C, Robertson, Sirianna and Argiropoulos, Town of Caledon

RECOMMENDATION P-38-89:

That Regional Council draft approve draft plan of subdivision 21T-88063C, Robertson, Sirianna and Argiropoulos, with respect to lands located in part of the west half of Lot 31, Concession 7 of the former Township of Albion, now in the Town of Caledon, subject to the conditions set out in Schedule 'C' attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated April 19, 1989, titled "Conditions of Draft Approval for Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-88063C - Robertson, Sirianna and Argiropoulos, Town of Caledon" 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 the Regional Clerk be authorized to sign the Subdivision Agreement;

And further, that the subject report be forwarded to the Town of Caledon, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Robertson, Sirianna and Argiropoulos for their information.

Approved 89-422-12

13. Proposed Amendment Number 99 to the Official Plan of the Town of Caledon Planning Area, Applicant: Mazzocco and Sons Limited

RECOMMENDATION P-39-89:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Town of Caledon be advised that the Region of Peel has no objection to the approval of Amendment Number 99 to the Official Plan of the Town of Caledon Planning Area with respect to lands located in part of the east half of Lot 23, Concession 4, west of Hurontario Street of the former Township of Caledon, now in the Town of Caledon;

And further, that the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Town of Caledon give consideration to a modification to include the abutting 25 acre parcel of land to the north within Amendment Number 99 as detailed in the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated May 8, 1989, titled "Proposed Amendment Number 99 to the Official Plan of the Town of Caledon Planning Area, Applicant: Mazzocco and Sons Limited";

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Town of Caledon for their information.

Approved 89-422-13

14. Proposed Amendment Number 159 to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area, Applicant: Calldron Gas Bars Limited

RECOMMENDATION P-40-89:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment 159 to the Official Plan for the City of Brampton Planning Area, with respect to lands located at the south-west corner of Highway 7 and Mississauga Road in the City of Brampton, the Applicant being Calldron Gas Bars Limited;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated May 8, 1989, titled "Proposed Amendment Number 159 to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area, Applicant: Calldron Gas Bars Limited", be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, the City of Brampton and Calldron Gas Bars Limited for their information.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor Dale.

In Favour: Andrews, Begley, Culham, Currie, Glassford, Iannicca, Kolb, McKechnie, Mullin, Pallett, Prentice, Russell, Seglins, Southorn, Whillans
  Total - 15
   
Opposed: Carter, Dale, Lane, McCallion
  Total - 4
   
Absent: Kennedy, Robertson
  Total - 2

Carried 89-422-14

15. Proposed Amendment Number 160 to the City of Brampton Official Plan (Amendment Number 160A to the Consolidated Official Plan), Applicant: Bramalea Limited

RECOMMENDATION P-41-89:

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 160 to the Official Plan for the City of Brampton Planning Area (Amendment Number 160A to the Consolidated Official Plan) concerning the changes in the land use designation within the northerly part of draft plan of subdivision 21T-87038B, Bramalea Limited, City of Brampton.

Approved 89-422-15

Transportation Policy

16. Upcoming Transportation Studies - Tentative Work Program

This item was dealt with under Resolutions 89-422-2 and 89-422-3

17. 1989 Screenline/Cordon Count Program Update

Received 89-422-16

Planning Policy

4. Aggregate Truck Traffic Count within Peel Region

RECOMMENDATION P-42-89:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated April 27, 1989, titled "Aggregate Truck Traffic Count within Peel Region" be received;

And further, that the subject report be sent to the Aggregate Resources Section, Land Management Branch of the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Planning and Design Section and the Central Region Office of the Ministry of Transportation, the Town of Caledon, the City of Brampton and the City of Mississauga for their information;

And further, that Regional Council endorse the integration of an aggregate truck survey into the biennial screenline/cordon count program in order to measure the impact of aggregate trucks on roads within Peel Region.

Approved 89-422-17

Presentations

1. Planning Department - 1989 Work Program

Deferred to June 13, 1989 Planning Committee 89-422-18

2. SEAS Update of the Rental Market in Peel Region, October 1988

Deferred to June 13, 1989 Planning Committee 89-422-19

3. Construction Activity in the Greater Toronto Region, Mid‑Year 1988: Comparative Statistics

Deferred to June 13, 1989 Planning Committee 89-422-20

 

PW-89-6 - Public Works Committee

Engineering Services

1. Purchase of Equipment Trailers - Transfer of Funds

RECOMMENDATION PW-35-89:

That approval be given for the purchase of two equipment trailers at an estimated total cost of $50,000.00;

And further, that funds be transferred to Account WP50000-4133 with financing from the Utility Rates Stabilization Reserve Account WP50000-9520.

Approved 89-422-21

Engineering and Construction

2. Lisgar Sanitary Trunk Sewer

RECOMMENDATION PW-36-89:

That the Region of Peel contribute $1,174,587.12 to The Erin Mills Development Corporation as a total payment of the Region's share of the cost of constructing a 900mm diameter trunk sewer on Erin Centre Drive, from west of the Shopping Centre to Winston Churchill Boulevard, City of Mississauga, under Project 89-2112;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-2110 to be financed from Capital Development Funds.

Approved 89-422-22

3. Landscaping of Finch Avenue Extension, Project 88-4250

RECOMMENDATION PW-37-89:

That the contract for Finch Avenue landscaping in the City of Brampton/City of Mississauga be awarded to Ian Gray & Associates Limited, in the amount of $50,144.75, under Project 88-4250;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $5,000.00 be provided from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-4030, to be financed from Interest Recovery;

And further, that the funding of the project be amended to reflect the revised total cost of the project:

Current Revenue
$10,000.00

Ministry of Transportation Contribution

$40,000.00
Interest Recovery
$5,000.00

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

And further, that the City of Brampton be requested to construct a sidewalk from Darcell Avenue northerly to the Sunshine Beach Waterpark access in the City of Brampton.

Approved 89-422-23

4. Stand-by Power for the Existing Pumping Station in Inglewood, Town of Caledon, Project 89-1150

RECOMMENDATION PW-38-89:

That the existing Well Pumping Station in the Village of Inglewood, Town of Caledon, be equipped with stand-by power at an estimated cost of $100,000.00, under Project 89-1150;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-1150, to be financed from debentures;

And further, that the firm of R.E. Winter & Associates Limited be retained to carry out the design and installation supervision of the stand-by power for the existing Well Pumping Station in Inglewood;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Regional Council authorizing the works, subject to debenture approval by the Ontario Municipal Board.

Approved 89-422-24

5. Watermain across Highway 410 between Bovaird Drive and Vodden Street, City of Brampton, Project 89-1230

RECOMMENDATION PW-39-89:

That under Project 89-1230, at a total estimated cost of $150,000.00, the following watermain works be undertaken in the City of Brampton;

a) 47 metres of 750mm diameter watermain across Highway 410, south of Bovaird Drive; and

b) 43 metres of 600mm diameter watermain across Highway 410, south of Williams Parkway;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-1800, to be financed from debentures;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Regional Council authorizing the works, subject to debenture approval by the Ontario Municipal Board;

And further, that the Ministry of Transportation be reimbursed for the cost of the construction plus an allowance for administration, to an estimated total amount of $137,000.00.

Approved 89-422-25

6. Reconstruction of Blanefield Road and Radcliffe Boulevard, City of Mississauga, Project 89-1530

RECOMMENDATION PW-40-89:

That under Project 89-1530, at a total estimated cost of $340,000.00, the following watermain works be undertaken in the City of Mississauga;

a) Blanefield Road from South Service Road to Radcliffe Boulevard; and

b) Radcliffe Boulevard from Blanefield Road to Arbor Road;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Utility Rate Stabilization funds on hand.

Approved 89-422-26

7. South Peel Sewer and Water System

RECOMMENDATION PW-41-89:

That the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated May 5, 1989, titled "South Peel Sewer and Water System" be received;

And further, that the subject report be upgraded on an annual basis and provided to Regional Council prior to year-end.

Approved 89-422-27

Public Works staff was requested to report on the public information meetings to be held in conjunction with the proposed Clarkson Water Pollution Control Plant.

Waste Management

8. Hydrogeological Investigation in South Portion of Area 4 - City of Mississauga Landfill Site Selection Study

RECOMMENDATION PW-42-89:

That the report by MacLaren Plansearch, dated April 1989 and titled "Hydrogeological Investigation for Mississauga Landfill Site Selection, Area 4" be received;

And further, that the whole of Area 4 no longer be considered in further City of Mississauga landfill site studies as an area of natural soil attenuation.

Approved 89-422-28

RESOLUTION 89-422-28 AMENDED BY 89-502-28

Public Works staff was requested to report on the drilling costs associated with Candidate Landfill Site Area 4.

9. Award of Merit - 1988

RECOMMENDATION PW-43-89:

That the following organizations be awarded the Recycling Award of Merit for 1988:

a) Northwood School

b) St. James Anglican Church

c) I.G. Machine & Fibres

d) Mr. Orly Martin

e) Mother Parkers Foods

f) Watch World

g) Triple A Recycling

And further, that the Chairman present the Awards to the recipients at the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting during Environmental Week.

Approved 89-422-29

10. Sole Source Authorization - Organic Waste Composting

RECOMMENDATION PW-44-89:

That Grow-Rich be contracted to undertake the composting of residential organic waste collected by the City of Mississauga during the pilot period of one year commencing June, 1989, under Project 89‑6300;

And further, that staff negotiate with Grow-Rich a fee per unit tonne of compost produced, not to exceed $60.00 per tonne;

And further, that $60,000.00 additional funding be approved for this project to be financed from the Solid Waste Disposal Rate Stabilization Reserve;

And further, that authorization to sign the documents be approved in accordance with the Regional by-laws relating thereto.

And further, that the Commissioner of Public Works and the Committee Chairman arrange an informational tour for Committee members on the Grow-Rich Facilities.

Approved 89-422-30

11. Regional Wood Recycling Program Summary and Proposed Policy for Research and Development Proposals by Industry

This item was dealt with under Resolutions 89-402 and 89-403

Items for Information

12. Identification of Taste and Odour Compounds in the South Peel System

Received 89-422-31

13.Local Improvement Noise Attenuation Wall on Kennedy Road from Williams Parkway to Centre Street North, City of Brampton

Received 89-422-32

14.Environmental Assessment Process - Region of Halton Landfill Site

Received 89-422-33


SS-89-3 - Social Services Committee

General Services

1. Letter from the Ministry of Transportation regarding Guidelines for Scooters

Received 89-422-34


Seniors Services Division

2. Renovation Plan for Sheridan Villa

RECOMMENDATION SS-50-89:

That Regional Council endorse the directions being considered for Sheridan Villa renovation proposal as outlined in the report of the Acting Commissioner of Social Services, dated May 3, 1989 and titled "Renovation Plan for Sheridan Villa";

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Regional Council to renovate Sheridan Villa under Project 89-0042, at a cost of $237,000.00 to be funded $118,000.00 from the Ministry of Community and Social Services and other Provincial Ministries and $119,000.00 from debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order E890255;

And further, that an Architectural Firm/Consultant be selected and retained, to undertake an architectural and engineering review to assess the feasibility of the renovation plan and to confirm or revise capital cost estimates;

And further, that staff be authorized to make the required application to the Ministry of Community and Social Services and other Provincial Ministries to obtain 50% cost sharing.

Approved 89-422-35

Social Services staff was requested to investigate other alternatives to Hydraulic elevators.

3. Total Alert System for Wandering Residents - Peel Manor, Reference 89T025

RECOMMENDATION SS-51-89:

That the Total Alert Corporation be awarded the contract to install the Total Alert System at Peel Manor Home for Senior Citizens;

And further, that the Materials Manager issue the necessary purchasing documents;

And further, that future requirements as required to support the Peel Manor System be purchased from Total Alert Corporation until such time as comparable, competitive units may be established in the marketplace.

Approved 89-422-36

Social Services staff was requested to monitor the Total Alert System at Peel Manor and report back to Social Services Committee in six (6) months time.

4. Mission Statement

RECOMMENDATION SS-52-89:

That Regional Council approve the Mission Statement for the Seniors Services Division of the Department of Social Services outlined in the report of the Acting Commissioner of Social Services dated May 2, 1989.

Approved 89-422-37

5. Fire Safety Program

RECOMMENDATION SS-53-89:

That the month of May 1989, be designated as Fire Safety Month in the Seniors Services Division;

And further, that extensive training programs be conducted within each long term care facility in order to ensure that all Social Services staff receive the appropriate awareness and protection knowledge.

Approved 89-422-38

6. The Honourable Mavis Wilson's Tour of Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre

RECOMMENDATION SS-54-89:

That Social Services staff be directed to provide the Minister of Senior Citizens Affairs with a copy of the approved Capital Projects in the Seniors Services Division for the 1989-1993 time frame.

Approved 89-422-39

7. Volunteer Recognition

Received 89-422-40

8. Accessibility Award - Sheridan Villa

Received 89-422-41


Children's Services Division

9. Staff Training Program

Received 89-422-42

10. Provider Training Day, Saturday, April 29, 1989, Peel Board of Education, H.J.A. Brown Education Centre

Received 89-422-43

11. Staff Development Day

Received 89-422-44


Family and Community Support Services - SA/IS

12. Subsidy Allocation Request to the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario and for the Transhelp Program

RECOMMENDATION SS-55-89:

That Regional Council approve a request for allocation of $3,444,488.00 in subsidy from the Ministry of Transportation based on the 1989 Regional Budget for the Transhelp program;

And further, that the Chairman and the Regional Clerk be authorized to execute the Request for Allocation in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Approved 89-422-45

13. Social Assistance Statistics for the Month of April 1989

 Received 89-422-46

14. Our Place (Peel) II - Emergency Youth Shelter

RECOMMENDATION SS-56-89:

That a Purchase of Service Agreement to provide a per diem for emergency hostel services between the Region of Peel and Our Place (Peel) II be approved for the period of July 15, 1989 to December 31, 1989 at a rate of $29.40 per day at a gross cost of $59,623.00 ($11,925.00 net);

And further, that Provincial approval be sought for Our Place (Peel) II emergency shelter in accordance with the General Welfare Assistance Act regulations;

And further, that the Region of Peel enter into a Purchase of Service Agreement for counselling services with Our Place (Peel) II for the period of July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989 at a gross cost of $48,000.00 ($9,600.00 net);

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

And further, that these programs, at a total gross cost of $107,623.00 ($21,525.00 net) be funded through the 1989 Contingency Fund to the extent that savings cannot be identified in the Social Services Department to meet these expenses.

Approved 89-422-47

15. Summer Camp Program for General Welfare Assistance and Family Benefits Recipients

RECOMMENDATION SS-57-89:

That the Department of Social Services enter into a Purchase of Service Agreement with the Bolton Summer Camp for a maximum of 75 spaces in 1989;

And further, that the projected cost will be approximately $5,200.00 gross or $1,040.00 net, based on expected 1989 rates of approximately $68.40 per camper per two week period;

And further, that the Ministry of Community and Social Services be requested to approve this expenditure as an item of Supplementary Aid, recognizing that funds are available in the 1989 Regional Budget.

Approved 89-422-48

 

16. Refugee Caseload Update - April 1989

Received 89-422-49

Regional Council offered their congratulations to Mr. Paul Vezina for his excellent ongoing service to the community and the Regional Corporation as Acting Commissioner of Social Services.


11. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, RISE AND REPORT

CW-132-89

Moved by Councillor Currie,

That the Committee of the Whole rise and report to Council.

Carried 89-422-50

 

12. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

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

Carried 89-422

 

13. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) Status Report from Ambulance Service Sub-Committee

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That any decision on Ambulance Services in the Region of Peel be deferred until additional information is available;

And further, that the Ambulance Sub-committee meet again at the call of the Sub-committee Chairman.

Carried 89-423

b)Public Meetings on the Draft Official Plan as required under the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1983, Chapter 1

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That Regional Council appoint Councillor D. Culham to chair the three public meetings on the Draft Official Plan;

And further, that the Commissioner of Planning report back to Regional Council summarizing the outcome of the meetings including an outline of the submissions made;

And further, that a public meeting be held, under Subsection 17(2) of the Planning Act, 1983, as part of the scheduled meeting of Regional Council on October 12, 1989;

And further, that notification for this public meeting be undertaken in accordance with the Planning Act, 1983;

And further, that Regional Council Resolution 89‑118‑9 approved on February 23, 1989 be amended in accordance with this resolution;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated May 23, 1989 and titled "Public Meetings, on the Draft Official Plan, as required under the Planning Act, 1983" be sent to the Town of Caledon, the City of Brampton, the City of Mississauga and the Plans Administration Branch, Ministry of Municipal Affairs for their information.

Carried 89-424

14. NEW BUSINESS

a) Land-Related Information System Contracts

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the Region of Peel enter into a contract with Intergraph Systems Ltd. for the Land-Related Information System pilot project;

And further, that the Region of Peel enter into a Remote Timesharing Agreement with the City of Mississauga for the pilot project;

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

And further, that the Region of Peel continue to participate on the Geographic Information System (GIS) Multiparticipant Committee;

And further, that working agreements, setting out the responsibilities and understandings concerning information access and data sharing among the Region of Peel, the City of Brampton, Brampton Hydro, Hydro Mississauga and the City of Mississauga, be developed.

Carried 89-425

b) Authorization for Debenture Issue

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance be authorized to negotiate the issue of debentures in 1989 and/or 1990 in the amount not to exceed $100,000,000.00;

And further, that the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance report further on the terms of the issue(s) and submission of the necessary by-laws.

Carried 89-426

c) Regional Reserves and Reserve Funds

Received 89-427

d) Peel's Discussion with School Boards regarding Lot Levies

Received 89-428

e) Application to Close Regional Road Number 3 ( Britannia Road) by the Streetsville Founders Bread and Honey Festival Parade, Application RCA-2-89

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That Application Number RCA-2-89 by Streetsville Founders, to close Regional Road Number 3 (Britannia Road), between the Canada Brick entrance and Queen Street, Streetsville, for a period of two (2) hours, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 3, 1989 for the purpose of the annual Bread and Honey Festival Parade, be approved.

Carried 89-429

f) Summary of Waste Management Study Costs as of April 30, 1989

Received 89-430

g) Public Information Meeting - Eastern Avenue Yard Wood Waste Recycling Project

Received 89-431

See also Resolution 89-403


15. BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 31-89 to 33-89 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 89-432

Three Readings

By-law Number 31-89: To authorize a contribution to the Runnymede Development Corp. Limited for the oversizing of a watermain servicing lands on Meadowpine Boulevard in conjunction with the development of the Winston Churchill Business Park, Industrial Subdivision, in the City of Mississauga.

By-law Number 32-89: To authorize payment to the Credit Valley Conservation Authority for costs incurred for the 1989 Lake Ontario Waterfront Development project.

By-law Number 33-89: To provide that the total municipal share of the cost of the construction of the Dixie/Dundas Damage Centre in the City of Mississauga to be carried out by the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority be defrayed by the City of Mississauga.


16. RESOLUTIONS

a) Proclamation - National Fitness Week, May 26 - June 4, 1989 as requested by Minister of State for Fitness and Amateur Sport

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

WHEREAS the maintenance of a high level of physical fitness is a positive approach to keeping well;

AND WHEREAS there are hundreds of fitness programs in which Canadians can get involved to promote a physically active lifestyle;

AND WHEREAS millions of Canadians have, for each of the past six years, participated in the Canada Fitness program, a week-long festive celebration of physical activity;

AND WHEREAS this year's celebration is supported by Fitness Canada, the Government of Canada, the twelve Provincial and Territorial governments, and 20 national organizations;

AND WHEREAS the Region of Peel wishes to join with these organizations in promoting this "planet's biggest celebration of physical activity";

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT May 26 - June 4, 1989 be declared " Canada's Fitweek" in the Region of Peel.

Carried 89-433

b) Proclamation - National Access Awareness Week, June 4 -10, 1989 as requested by Coalition for Persons with a Disability

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

WHEREAS there is broad community support for the concept of equal opportunity for the disabled in Canadian society;

AND WHEREAS initiatives are being implemented to ensure that the disabled be allowed full access to services such as housing, employment, transportation, recreation and education;

AND WHEREAS the disabled should be given the chance at every opportunity to utilize their talents and energies for the benefit of the community;

AND WHEREAS the Corporation of the Regional Municipality of Peel has been actively pursuing and implementing policies to facilitate full access of the disabled within its own facilities;

AND WHEREAS the Region of Peel wishes to join other levels of government, along with business and community groups, in promoting the access needs of the disabled;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the week of June 4 -10, 1989 be declared "National Access Awareness Week" in the Region of Peel.

Carried 89-434

c) Proclamation - Senior Citizens' Month, June 1989 as requested by Southrim Enterprises Ltd.

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

WHEREAS senior citizens are a steadily growing group in our society;

AND WHEREAS in their prime years they have helped to build many of the social, economic and cultural institutions of which we are all proud;

AND WHEREAS seniors constitute a valuable human resource of unique knowledge and experience;

AND WHEREAS many seniors still contribute to the growth of their local communities by freely giving their time, talents and wisdom to many worthwhile activities;

AND WHEREAS the Region of Peel recognizes the special needs of its senior citizens;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the month of June, 1989 be declared "Senior Citizens' Month" in the Region of Peel.

Carried 89-435

d) City of Mississauga Traffic By-law:

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

That the following City of Mississauga Traffic By-law be approved:

304-89 -To amend Traffic By-law Number 444-79, as amended, for the regulation of through highways

Carried 89-436

 

17. NOTICES OF MOTION

Moved by Councillor Glassford,
Seconded by Councillor Kolb;

Whereas the Caledon Ratepayers and Caledon Agricultural Society is sponsoring a Strawberry Festival on July 1st, Canada Day;

And whereas the Region of Peel is supporting the Huttonville Festival with a $100.00 Grant;

Therefore be it resolved that the Region of Peel support the Caledon Festival with a $100.00 Grant.


18. OTHER BUSINESS - ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor Iannicca requested that staff reiterate the Region of Peel's position on the Tonolli clean-up issue to the Minister of the Environment.

Chairman Bean responded that he would contact the Minister of the Environment.

b)Councillor McKechnie enquired as to why there would be an election of a Chairman for the Sunday Opening/Closing Committee.

Chairman Bean responded that it was Regional Policy at Committees to nominate and elect a Chairman and Vice-Chairman as the first item of business.


19. VERBAL REPORTS
SPECIAL PURPOSE BODIES


20. ITEMS PRESENTED FOR INFORMATION

a) News Release - MISA Regulation Requires Metal Casting Manufacturers to Monitor for 162 Pollutants, Ministry of the Environment, April 21, 1989

b) News Release - Kraft Mills Required to Reduce Discharges of Chlorinated Organic Compounds, Including Dioxins and Furans, Ministry of the Environment, April 19, 1989

c) Minutes - Executive Committee Meeting, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, April 28, 1989

d) Report - 1988 Development Highlights, City of Mississauga

e) Agenda - Peel District Health Council Meeting, May 16, 1989

f) Minutes - Resource Planning - Fill and Flood Plain Advisory Board Meeting, Halton Region Conservation Authority, April 16, 1989

g) Minutes - Authority Meeting, Halton Region Conservation Authority, April 13, 1989

h) Minutes - Finance & Administration Advisory Board, Halton Region Conservation Authority, April 27, 1989

i) 32nd Annual Report, Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, 1988


OFFICE SPACE NEEDS

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Dale;

That Mr. Morris Smith and Mr. Winston Hammerson representing Hammerson be heard as a delegation on the Office Space Needs issue.

Carried 89-437

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Dale;

That the report of the Regional Clerk dated May 17, 1989, titled "Office Space Needs" be deferred to the June 8, 1989 Regional Council meeting.

Lost 89-438

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Southorn;

That Regional Council move into Committee of the Whole, In Camera, to receive advice on property matters from the Regional Solicitor.

Carried 89-439


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

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

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

Carried 89-440

 

22. REPORTS, IN CAMERA

a) Office Space Needs

CW-133-89

Moved by Councillor Prentice;

That the report of the Regional Clerk dated May 17, 1989, titled "Office Space Needs" be deferred to the June 13, 1989 Administration and Finance Committee meeting.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor McKechnie.

In Favour: Culham, Lane, McCallion, McKechnie, Mullin, Prentice

Total - 6

Opposed: Andrews, Begley, Carter, Currie, Dale, Glassford, Iannicca, Kolb, Pallett, Russell, Seglins, Southhorn, Whillans

Total - 13

Absent: Kennedy, Robertson

Total - 2

Lost 89-441-1

CW-134-89

Moved by Councillor Whillans;

That the report of the Regional Clerk dated May 17, 1989, titled "Office Space Needs" be considered.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor McKechnie.

In Favour: Andrews, Begley, Carter, Currie, Dale, Glassford, Iannicca, Kolb, Pallett, Russell, Seglins, Southhorn, Whillans

Total - 13

Opposed: Culham, Lane, McCallion, McKechnie, Mullin, Prentice

Total - 6

Absent: Kennedy, Robertson

Total - 2

Carried 89-441-2

CW-135-89

Moved by Councillor Kolb;

That the report of the Regional Clerk dated May 17, 1989, titled "Office Space Needs" be dealt with in public.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor McKechnie.

In Favour: Andrews, Carter, Culham, Currie, Dale, Glassford, Iannicca, Kolb, Lane, McCallion, McKechnie, Mullin, Pallett, Prentice, Russell, Seglins, Southhorn, Whillans

Total - 18

Opposed: Begley

Total - 1

Absent: Kennedy, Robertson

Total - 2

Carried 89-441-3

This item was also dealt with under 89-442

 

SS-89-3 - Social Services Committee

a) Medical Director, Peel Manor

RECOMMENDATION SS-58-89

That the report of the Acting Commissioner of Social Services dated May 3, 1989, titled "Medical Director, Peel Manor", be received;

And further, that the subject In Camera report be classified as a public document.

Approved 89-441-4

b) Refugees - Opinion on Potential Action for Recovery of Welfare Assistance Paid

RECOMMENDATION SS-59-89

That Regional Council receive the opinion set out in a letter dated April 20, 1989 from Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt addressed to the Regional Solicitor;

And further, that Social Services staff continue to press for payment from both federal and provincial governments;

And further, that Regional Council rescind Resolution 89-112 of February 23, 1989, and request the Minister of Community and Social Services to amend the General Welfare Assistance Act to exclude refugees from the benefit of it;

And further, that the Province of Ontario be requested to make the General Welfare Assistance payments for refugees, one hundred percent the responsibility of the Province of Ontario, and the Minister of Community and Social Services reimburse the municipality for all such payments;

And further, that the Regional Clerk be authorized to send copies of the report of the Acting Commissioner of Social Services, dated May 8, 1989 and titled "Refugees - Opinion on Potential Action for Recovery of Welfare Assistance Paid" and this resolution to the Minister of Community and Social Services, the Minister of Employment and Immigration Canada, the Council of the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, to the Ontario Municipal Social Services Association and to all Peel MP's and MPP's.

Approved 89-441-5


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

CW-136-89;

Moved by Councillor Pallett;

That the Committee of the Whole, In Camera, rise and report to Council.

Carried 89-441-6

 

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

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

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

Carried 89-441

 

The report of the Regional Clerk regarding Office Space Needs was dealt with at this time.

Office Space Needs

Moved by Councillor Whillans,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

That Regional Council give approval in principal to the leasing of 40,600 square feet of office space from the Kerbel Group at 199 County Court Boulevard in the City of Brampton, for a term of five years with an option to extend the term of the lease for a further three years and a further two years (for a total of 10 years);

And further, that the Regional Clerk be authorized to negotiate the terms of the lease and finalize the offer to lease with the Kerbel Group in accordance with the terms and conditions outlined in the report of the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration dated May 17, 1989, titled "Office Space Needs";

And further, that the said offer to lease include an agreement for the recovery of damages should the proposed premises not be available for occupancy by December 1, 1989;

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

And further, that authorization be given to obtain any external approval that may be required.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor McKechnie.

In Favour: Andrews, Begley, Carter, Currie, Glassford, Iannicca, Kolb, Pallett, Russell, Seglins, Southorn, Whillans

Total - 12

Opposed: Culham, Dale, Lane, McKechnie, Mullin, Prentice

Total - 6

Absent: Kennedy, McCallion, Robertson

Total - 3

Carried 89-442

This item was also dealt with under Resolutions 89-437 to 89-439 and Resolutions 89-441-1 to 89-441-3

 

25. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

That By-law Number 34-89 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on May 25, 1989 and to authorize the execution of documents in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto, 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 89-443

26. ADJOURNMENT

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Currie;

That Regional Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, June 8, 1989 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 89-444

 

The meeting adjourned at 6:30 p.m.

 

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Regional Clerk

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Chairman