THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

JUNE 13, 1991

Chairman Bean called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 1:39 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Dr., Brampton.

1. PRAYER

Councillor Russell recited the prayer.

2. ROLL CALL

Members Present: F. Andrews, F. Bean, R. Begley, P. Beisel*, E. Carter*, D. Culham, D. Currie, F. Dale*, N. Iannicca, H. Kennedy*, E. Kolb, D. Lane*, H. McCallion, F. McKechnie, P. Mullin, R. Pallett, M. Prentice, P. Robertson*, F. Russell, C. Seglins*, E. Southorn*

Members Absent: C. Glassford who was ill

3. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICT/PECUNIARY INTERESTS

Councillor Beisel arrived at 1:40 p.m.
Councillor Kennedy arrived at 1:40 p.m.
Councillor Seglins arrived at 1:40 p.m.

a) Councillor Seglins declared a conflict of interest with respect to Recommendation AF-48-91 and New Business - 15i) and pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was that she was an owner of a retail business in the Region of Peel, and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

4. ADOPTION OF MINUTES

a) Minutes of the Regional Council Meeting held May 23, 1991

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on May 23, 1991 be adopted.

Carried 91-218

5. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the agenda for the June 13, 1991 Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 91-219

6. DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. B. Gillies, Air Canada and Mr. M. Metcalfe, Canadian Airlines regarding Pearson International Airport, International Solid Waste - Access to Peel Resource Recovery Inc. (PRRI) Incinerator

Received 91-220

See also Resolutions 91-221 and 91-222

Councillor Robertson arrived at 1:42 p.m.

DELEGATIONS - 6d) was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

d) Mr. K. Lopez, Chairman, Community Advisory Committee regarding International Solid Waste - Access to Peel Resource Recovery Inc. (PRRI) Incinerator

Councillor Lane arrived at 2:40 p.m.

Received 91-221

See also Resolutions 91-220 and 91-222

Moved by Councillor Mullin,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

That the matter of accepting international waste from Lester B. Pearson International Airport at the Peel Resource Recovery Inc. incinerator be referred to regional staff for a full report on the request as well as looking at:

1) all ways to deal with disposing of international waste including composting, etc.

2) status of resolution to Minister of the Environment in taking over the Peel Resource Recovery Inc. incinerator;

And further, that the City of Brampton be requested to provide clarification on their June 13, 1988 resolution.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor McKechnie.

In favour:Andrews, Beisel, Culham, Dale, Iannicca, Kennedy, Kolb, Lane, McCallion, McKechnie, Mullin, Pallett, Prentice, Robertson, Seglins, Southorn
Total - 16

Opposed: Total - Nil
Total - 0

Absent: Begley, Carter, Currie, Glassford, Russell
Total - 5

Carried 91-222

See also Resolutions 91-220 and 91-221

b) Ms. V. Barron, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Mr. Wm. McLean, Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and Mr. M. Stephenson, Halton Region Conservation Authority regarding Recreation Strategy

Councillor Beisel departed at 3:40 p.m.

Received 91-223

New Business - 15f) was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

f) Comments on the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Report "Crisis in Confidence?"

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the directions contained in the report of the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, dated January, 1991 titled "Crisis in Confidence?" be supported;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated June 5, 1991 titled "Comments on the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Report "Crisis in Confidence?" be forwarded to the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon for their information.

Carried 91-224

DELEGATIONS - 6c) and Communications - 8c) were dealt with at this time.

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That Regional Council hear the delegation of Mr. L. Kingdon, Executive Director, People for Sunday Association of Canada regarding the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre;

And further, that the communication dated June 13, 1991 from Mr. M. Hsu regarding tourist zoning be considered.

Carried 91-225

See also Resolutions 91-226, 91-227 and 91-232

6 c) Mr. L. Kingdon, Executive Director, People for Sunday Association of Canada regarding the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre

Received 91-226

See also Resolutions 91-225, 91-227 and 91-232

8 c) Mr. M. Hsu regarding Tourist Zoning

Received 91-227

See also Resolutions 91-225, 91-226 and 91-232

Additional Delegation

d) Mr. K. Lopez, Chairman, Community Advisory Committee regarding International Solid Waste - Access to Peel Resource Recovery Inc. (PRRI)

Incinerator

This item was dealt with under Resolutions 91-221

7. PRESENTATIONS

8. COMMUNICATIONS

a) Ministry of the Environment regarding Waste Management

Referred to Public Works for report 91-228

b) Mr. D. Blenkarn, M.P., Mississauga South regarding "Back on Track" Proposal.

Received 91-229

The Regional Chairman was requested to obtain from Mr. D. Blenkarn, M.P., a copy of his letter to the Honorable B. McDougall, M.P. regarding welfare payments to refugees.

Additional Communication

c) Mr. M. Hsu regarding Tourist Zoning

This item was dealt with under Resolution 91-227

9. PETITIONS

10. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Dale;

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

Carried 91-230

11. REPORTS

Committees

PW-91-7 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Committee Chairman Kolb presided.

Engineering and Construction

1. Derry Road Meadowvale By-Pass from Credit River to Mississauga Road, Project 90-4020 - City of Mississauga, Ward 9

RECOMMENDATION PW-55-91:

That the consulting services provided by M.M. Dillon Limited be expanded to include watermain and additional road work under Project 90-4020;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $367,000.00 be provided from Capital Budget Item 91-4020 to be financed from Capital Development Funds.

Approved 91-231-1

2. Watermain Oversizing - Sandringham/Wellington Development Community Metrus Management, Land Development - City of Brampton, Ward 10

RECOMMENDATION PW-56-91:

That the Region of Peel provide $117,480.00 to Metrus Management-Land Development, as a total payment of the Region's share of the cost of constructing approximately 682 metres of 500 mm diameter watermain on Sandalwood Parkway, City of Brampton in conjunction with development of the Sandringham/Wellington Subdivision T-88049;

And further, that funds in the amount of $117,480.00 be provided from the 1991 Capital Budget for Miscellaneous Oversizing of Watermains, 91-1800, to be financed from Capital Development Funds under Project 91-1803;

And further, that Metrus Management-Land Development be advised of Council Resolution 85-208-11 which in part states that construction must commence within six months of Regional Council approval or this approval will be null and void.

Approved 91-231-2

3. Intersection Improvement on Mayfield Road and Goreway Drive, Project 90-4220 - City of Brampton, Ward 10 and Town of Caledon, Ward 4

RECOMMENDATION PW-57-91:

That the Region of Peel concur with the award of the contract by the City of Brampton for the intersection improvement works on Mayfield Road and Goreway Drive to the lowest overall bidder, Mardave Construction Limited, in the amount of $88,872.00 under Project 90-4220;

And further, that the City of Brampton be reimbursed for the cost of the construction plus an allowance for the administration to an estimated total amount of $115,000.00;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $36,000.00 be provided from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-4200 to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 91-231-3

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to confirm the works to be included in the intersection improvement of Mayfield Road and Goreway Drive, City of Brampton, as they affect southbound traffic.

4. Replacement of Watermains on California Street, Hanna Street and Victoria Terrace, Project 91-1390 - City of Brampton, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-58-91:

That the watermains on California Street, Hanna Street and Victoria Terrace, City of Brampton be replaced at an estimated cost of $160,000.00 under Project 91-1390;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1991 Capital Budget Item 91-1390, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 91-231-4

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to discuss with the City of Brampton their plans to extend California Street as it relates to the replacement of watermains.

5. Pumping Station Modifications - Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System, Projects 91-1130 and 91-2111

RECOMMENDATION PW-59-91:

That fifteen water pumping stations and fourteen sewage pumping stations have their instrumentation and control systems upgraded to accommodate the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System under Projects 91- 1130 and 91-2111;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1991 Capital Budget Items 91-1130 and 91-2110, to be financed as follows:

1991 Capital Budget Item 91-1130
Current Revenue

$ 600,000.00

1991 Capital Budget Item 91-2110
Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order

E910316

$ 300,000.00

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

Approved 91-231-5

6. Provision of Municipal Water to Halton Region

RECOMMENDATION PW-60-91:

That the Region of Peel approve the supply of 9 million litres of water per day (2.0 million imperial gallons per day) to the Region of Halton during the months of June, July, and August of 1991 to 1993, at normal rates;

And further, that the Region of Halton enforce lawn watering restrictions before taking any water from the Region of Peel;

And further, that the supply from the Region of Peel be decreased or stopped completely on 48 hours notice solely at the Region of Peel's discretion;

And further, that staff address all technical, legal, and financial matters in an agreement between the Region of Peel and the Region of Halton;

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

Approved 91-231-6

Operations

7. Condition of Winston Churchill Boulevard, North of Terra Cotta to Olde Baseline Road, Project 93-4050 - Town of Caledon, Ward 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-61-91:

That consideration be given to extending the limits of Project 93-4050, reconstruction of Winston Churchill Boulevard - Terra Cotta Conservation Area Park to Boston Mills Road, an additional 1.3 km to Olde Baseline Road, during the 1992 budget deliberations;

And further, that a surface treatment or other type of hardtop surface not be applied to the existing road base at this time;

And further, that Council for the County of Wellington be requested to provide for funds in their Capital Budget for 50% of the reconstruction costs for Winston Churchill Boulevard from Wellington County Road 42 to Old Baseline Road during the 1992 budget deliberations.

Approved 91-231-7

8. 1991 Capital Projects - Traffic Control Signals

RECOMMENDATION PW-62-91:

That Council Resolution 91-187-27 to allocate current revenues to specific traffic signal projects be rescinded;

And further, that financing be allocated from Project 91-4400 to specific traffic signal projects as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated May 24, 1991, titled "1991 Capital Projects - Traffic Control Signals".

Approved 91-231-8

Waste Management

9. Albion Sanitary Landfill Site Lease Extension with the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

RECOMMENDATION PW-63-91:

That a request be made to the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to extend the current lease to allow for the completion of the Albion Sanitary Landfill Site to design contours;

And further, that those parts of Areas "B" and "C" not currently used as active landfill not be used in the future;

And further, that Public Works staff investigate the feasibility of extending the existing watermain south along Fifth Line, Albion to the railroad tracks for those residents that wish to be connected to it;

And further, that no changes to the current operational practices be undertaken with the exception of adding additional recycling initiatives as appropriate;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated May 21, 1991, titled "Albion Sanitary Landfill Site Lease Extension with the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority" be forwarded to the Town of Caledon for their information.

Approved 91-231-9

10. Gas Migration Control System - City of Mississauga, Ward 8

RECOMMENDATION PW-64-91:

That authorization to sign the Application for a Certificate of Approval from the Ministry of the Environment to install a full scale gas migration control system at the former North Sheridan Landfill Site be in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Approved 91-231-10

Items for Information

11. Sanitary Sewers and Watermains Direct Grant Programme

Received 91-231-11

12. Water Restrictions

Received 91-231-12

13. Public Works Department - Access to Sewer Manholes

Received 91-231-13

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to forward a letter to the area municipalities requesting that sewer manholes not be installed in future school sites in the Region to avoid potential dangers.

14. Waste Management Exhibit at the Mississauga Business Show

Received 91-231-14

15. Summary of Waste Management Study Costs as of April 30, 1991

Received 91-231-15

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to prepare a press release on the hiring of consultants by the Interim Waste Authority to initiate the Peel Landfill Site Search based on their May 23, 1991 announcement.

COMMUNICATIONS

16. Mr. S. Offer, M.P.P., Mississauga North regarding Questionnaire on the Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site

Received 91-231-16

HC-91-5 - HOUSING COMMITTEE

Committee Vice-Chairman Pallett presided.

Staff Reports

1. Affordable Housing - Alternative Terminology

Received 91-231-17

2. Housing Opportunity Centre Service Indicators

RECOMMENDATION HC-8-91:

That Regional Council endorse the service indicators for the Housing Opportunity Centre as contained within the report of the Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation, dated May 16, 1991, titled "Housing Opportunity Centre Service Indicators";

And further, that these indicators be used as the basis for an evaluation at the end of the formal term agreed to by the Region of Peel and the Ministry of Housing;

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the Ministry of Housing.

Approved 91-231-18

3. Peel Mental Health Housing Coalition

Received 91-231-19

The Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation was requested to review with the Peel Mental Health Housing coalition the possibility of developing a strategy which considers the distribution of supportive housing projects within the Region of Peel.

COMMUNICATIONS

4. City of Scarborough regarding Second Units: Requested Provincial Government Action

Received 91-231-20

The Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation was requested to ask the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon to provide the Region of Peel with statistics on:

i) the proportion of property maintenance complaints arising from absentee owned properties within their respective municipalities; and

ii) complaints arising from a variety of problems such as parking and noise.

5. Minister of Municipal Affairs regarding Land Use Planning for Housing Policy Statement and Legislative, Administrative and Policy Mechanism for Affordable Housing

Received 91-231-21

H-91-5 - HEALTH COMMITTEE

Committee Chairman Lane presided.

DELEGATIONS

1. Humberview High School Students regarding Youth AID Project

Received 91-231-22

See also Item - 9

Staff Reports

2. "Healthy at Heart" - Community Heart Health Program

Presentation by Ms. N. McPhee, Manager, Health Policy & Health Promotions and Ms. J. Smith, Health Promotion & Epidemiology

RECOMMENDATION H-11-91:

That as a member of the Peel Heart Health Network, Regional Council endorse the mission statement, goals and objectives of the network;

And further, that Regional Council endorse the use of the "Healthy at Health" visual identifier by the Health Department;

And further, that Regional Council endorse the action plan for the Healthy a Heart program as outlined in the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health dated May 22, 1991, titled "Healthy at Heart" - Community Heart Health Program";

And further, that progress reports on the effectiveness of the Healthy at Heart program be provided on at least an annual basis to Regional Council.

Approved 91-231-23

3. Admissions - Homes for Seniors

RECOMMENDATION H-12-91:

That the procedure attached to the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health and Commissioner of Social Services, dated May 16, 1991, titled "Admissions - Homes for Seniors" detailing the system for a Centralized Waiting List - Homes for Aged be approved and implemented as the basis for the procedures to be followed in order to gain admission into Peel Manor, Sheridan Villa, and the Davis Centre.

Approved 91-231-24

The Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health and Commissioner of Social Services were requested to change the Centralized Waiting List-Homes for the Aged procedure by placing item "II.2.Community Services" ahead of item "II.1.Homes for the Aged."

The Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health was requested to provide clarification regarding the types of beds available at the Vera M. Davis Centre.

4. Taste and Odours, Mississauga West Drinking Water

RECOMMENDATION H-13-91:

That the sampling devices previously placed in six homes in the Region of Peel in order to collect samples immediately when a taste or odour problem occurs, be maintained in place for a period of two more years.

Approved 91-231-25

5. Investigation of Cancer Rates in the Clarkson Area of Mississauga, Ontario

Deferred to a future Health Committee meeting 91-231-26

Items for Information

6. Peel District Health Council Report - "An Exploratory Approach to a Strategic Plan for Health Promotion for the Region of Peel"

Received 91-231-27

7. Addictions and Drug-Related Crimes in the Region

Received 91-231-28

8. Communication Strategy Proposal

Received 91-231-29

9. Youth AID Project - Humberview High School

Received 91-231-30

See also Item - 1

10. Nutrition Promotion Programs in Supermarkets in Peel

Received 91-231-31

11. Inspection of Public Swimming Pools

Received 91-231-32

12. Community Presentations at the Mississauga Parent/Child Centre Toy Lending Library

Received 91-231-33

COMMUNICATIONS

13. Mrs. J.A.L. Ridley, regarding Breastfeeding Helpline

Received 91-231-34

14. City of Toronto regarding Health Inequalities in the City of Toronto

Received 91-231-35

AF-91-7 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

Committee Chairman Currie presided.

Public Meeting

1. Retail Business Holidays Act, R.S.O. 1980, Ch. 453, as amended - Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre

1-1. "Opening" of Public Meeting

Committee Chair Currie called the public meeting to order and announced that the meeting was being held pursuant to subsection 4(2) of the Retail Business Holidays Act, R.S.O. 1980, c.453, as amended. He stated that the purpose of the meeting was to hear representations with respect to the proposed by-law to permit retail business establishments located in the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre to be open on any holiday.

1-2. Confirmation of Notification of Meeting

The Assistant Regional Clerk advised that notice of the public meeting was given in accordance with the Retail Business Holidays Act, R.S.O. 1980, c. 453, as amended, by publication in the Toronto-Star - Neighbours West having general circulation in the Region of Peel; and, the Mississauga News, having general circulation in the City of Mississauga. The notices were published on the following dates: Toronto Star - Neighbours West - May 2, 1991 Mississauga News - May 1, 1991

In addition, although not a requirement of the Retail Business Holidays Act notification of the public meeting was given by prepaid first class mail on May 2, 1991 to the applicant, the Clerk of the City of Mississauga and all parties who previously requested notification of any public meetings under the Retail Business Holidays Act.

1-3. Further Notice Request

Committee Chair Currie stated that any person wanting further notice of the future passage of a by-law regarding the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre should give their full name, address and postal code to the Clerk prior to leaving the meeting, and that no further notice will be given unless that information was provided.

1-4. Draft By-law

Committee Chair Currie emphasized that the proposed by-law being a by- law to permit Retail Business Establishments located in the Mississauga Chinese Centre, 880 Dundas Street East, Mississauga, Ontario to be open on any holiday pursuant to subsection 4(1) of the Retail Business Holidays Act, R.S.O., 1980, chapter 453, as amended was draft and requested the Regional Solicitor to explain the purpose of the proposed by-law; how the by-law would accomplish the stated purpose; the adoption process; and, the likely timing.

The Regional Solicitor advised that the proposed by-law would designate the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre, as a tourist area and allow the businesses within to open on any holiday without any restriction of hours. The Regional Solicitor advised that the Act permitted Council to adopt a plan setting out the criteria to be considered by it when determining whether a tourist exemption by-law should be passed or not. It was noted that this application was received and recommendations made prior to Council adopting a plan. Therefore this application has proceeded outside the recently adopted plan process.

On two separate occasions representatives of the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre made presentations to Regional Council regarding their centre, therefore members of committee were informed of the attributes of the centre as a tourist attraction.

Committee members questioned whether or not the public meeting should proceed due to the announcement of the Province of Ontario regarding new legislation relating to the Retail Business Holidays Act. The Regional Solicitor assured the committee that the public meeting should proceed because the legislation had not been enacted.

In response to a question on further participation by interested parties at a future Regional Council meeting the Solicitor advised that under normal circumstances no further participation would be warranted as the purpose of this public meeting was to hear the view of interested parties on the subject application and proposed by-law.

1-5. Public Participation

a) Oral Submissions

i) Mr. G. Vanderzande, Executive Director, Fairness for Families (did not attend)

ii) Mr. G. de Boer, Idomo Furniture International 1191 Dundas Street East Mississauga, Ontario L4Y 2C3

Mr. G. de Boer representing Idomo Furniture International addressed Committee and voiced opposition to the proposed by-law.

The concern of Mr. de Boer was that the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre in his opinion was a theme mall, and the proposed by-law, if enacted, would set a precedent which may allow any mall with a theme to receive a tourist exemption. Mr. de Boer also addressed the need for people to have one common pause day per week. Other points of discussion by Committee members included the unique structure; the Chinese theme; and the retail contents of the Centre.

In response to a request for a definition of a tourist, the Regional Solicitor advised that one definition of a tourist was an individual who combines recreation and travel of a distance greater than 30 kilometres.

In summation Mr. de Boer stressed the importance of needed criteria for a "tourist area" and requested that the Committee recommend deferral of the application and proposed by-law.

Committee Chair Currie thanked Mr. de Boer for his presentation.

iii) Mr. K. Corporon, United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 1000A 61 International Drive Suite 204 Rexdale, Ontario M9W 6K4

Mr. K. Corporon representing the United Foods and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 1000A voiced opposition to the proposed by-law. He advised that his Local's goal was to protect the rights of working people and that there was a need for a common pause day. Mr. Corporon stated that the businesses within the Centre were not tourist oriented, nor did they present a unified format and further stated that in his opinion the majority of patrons were local residents.

Other points of discussion by Committee members included the clarification of the goods and services offered within the retail businesses; the bazaar atmosphere; the inequities which presently exist under the current legislation between what business are allowed to be open on Sundays and those that are not (ie. recreation, restaurants, theatres etc.); and, the fact that no Local 1000A members worked at the Chinese Centre.

In summation Mr. Corporon requested deferral of the application and the proposed by-law.

Committee Chair Currie thanked Mr. Corporon for his presentation.

iv)Mr. L. Kingdon, Executive Director, People for Sunday Association of Canada Box 457 Islington, Ontario M9A 4X4

Mr. L. Kingdon representing the People for Sunday Association of Canada and the Ontario Committee for the Enforcement of Holiday Closing Laws submitted a four page brief relating to their opposition to the proposed by-law.

Mr. Kingdon advised that his Association was extremely disappointed that the Centre opened on Sundays in contravention of the Retail Business Holidays Act without any police charges being laid. In the opinion of the Association, the Centre was nothing other than a mini mall. He continued by saying that the architecture of the mall was the attraction and not the retail businesses inside. Mr. Kingdon also expressed concern for the rights of workers and enforcement problems experienced with such regulatory by-laws.

In summation Mr. Kingdon hoped that Council would not submit to the pressure of the application and would act in a positive manner by denying the application for exemption.

Committee Chair Currie thanked Mr. Kingdon for his presentation.

Additional Oral Submissions

v) Mr. H. Sutton United Food and Commercial Workers Local 175/1633 192 Mill Street South Brampton, Ontario L6Y 1T8

Mr. H. Sutton representing United Food and Commercial Workers Local 175/1633 voiced opposition to the proposed by-law. His concern was for the rights of workers and that in his opinion, the Centre should be an area where people went to view the Centre rather than shop.

Mr. Sutton requested the Administration and Finance Committee to defer the decision until the Province of Ontario's amending legislation regarding the Retail Business Holidays Act was enacted.

Committee Chair Currie thanked Mr. Sutton for his presentation.

vi) Mr. D. Gilbert 49 Shudell Avenue Toronto, Ontario M4J 1C7

Mr. D. Gilbert made representation and noted opposition to the proposed by-law. Mr. Gilbert stated in his opinion tourists are not interested in shopping but in enjoying the sights.

Committee Chair Currie thanked Mr. Gilbert for his representation.

Committee Chair Currie asked if there were any other persons who wished to make oral submissions regarding the proposed by- law. There were none.

b) Written Submissions

Committee Chair Currie advised that there were written submissions regarding the proposed by-law printed with the Public Meeting agenda package. They were:

i) Mr. J. Terrell, Acting Director, Economic Development Office, City of Mississauga regarding support to the proposed by-law

ii) Mr. L. N. Smith regarding opposition to the proposed by-law

iii) Mr. H. D. Kitchen, President, Lansing Lumber Mart Ltd. regarding opposition to the proposed by-law

Additional Written Submission

iv) Mrs. G. Finlayson regarding opposition to the proposed by-law

The Committee Chair asked if there were any other persons who wished to present written submissions regarding the proposed by- law. There were none.

1-6. Conclusion and "Closing" of Public Meeting

Committee Chair Currie thanked all speakers for their interest and representations during the public meeting.

Committee Chair Currie stated that the matter would be considered by the Administration and Finance Committee later in the afternoon. The Committee would make a recommendation for Regional Council's consideration on June 13, 1991.

Committee Chair Currie stated that the public meeting regarding the Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre application under the Retail Business holidays Act was concluded and officially "closed".

See also Item 3

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, RISE AND PROCEED INTO REGULAR COUNCIL

CW-81-91:

Moved by Councillor Currie;

That the Committee of the Whole rise and proceed into regular Council.

Carried 91-231-36

3. Draft By-law - Retail Business Holidays Act - Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre

RECOMMENDATION AF-48-91:

Whereas an application has been made by Mississauga Chinese Centre Limited for a by-law under subsection 4(1) of the Retail Business Holidays Act to permit the retail businesses located at the Mississauga Chinese Centre at 880 Dundas Street East in the City of Mississauga to be open on any holiday;

And whereas under subsection 4(2) of the Retail Business Holidays Act, the Administration and Finance Committee, as delegated by the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel held a public meeting on the 4th day of June 1991 in respect of the proposed by-law and did publish notice of the public meeting in the Mississauga News being a newspaper having a general circulation in the City of Mississauga on the 1st day of May, 1991, and did publish notice of the public meeting in the Toronto Star - Neighbours West being a newspaper having a general circulation in the Regional Municipality of Peel on the 2nd day of May, 1991;

And whereas at the aforesaid public meeting, all persons who attended were given the opportunity to make representations in respect of the proposed by-law which are summarized in the minutes of the public meeting taken by the Assistant Regional Clerk;

And whereas the Administration and Finance Committee of the Regional Municipality of Peel has determined that it is appropriate to enact the proposed by-law for the purpose of maintaining and developing tourism within the Regional Municipality of Peel;

It is therefore recommended that the proposed by-law to permit retail business establishments located in the Mississauga Chinese Centre, 880 Dundas Street East, Mississauga, Ontario, to be open on any holiday, be enacted.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor Culham.

In favour:Dale, Iannicca, Kennedy, Kolb, Lane, McCallion, McKechnie, Mullin, Pallett, Prentice, Robertson, Russell, Southorn
Total - 13

Opposed: Andrews, Carter, Culham, Currie
Total - 4

Absent: Begley, Beisel, Glassford, Seglins
Total - 4

Approved 91-232

See also Resolutions 91-225, 91-226 and 91-227

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS (Continued)

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

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

Carried 91-233

DELEGATIONS

2. Mr. L. A. Worsley, President and Chief Executive Officer, Etobicoke General Hospital regarding Etobicoke General Hospital Life Safety Retrofit Work

Received 91-234-1

Councillor Carter departed at 4:20 p.m.
Councillor Southorn departed at 4:40 p.m.
Councillor Dale departed at 4:45 p.m. as he had other municipal business.

ADMINISTRATION

3. Draft By-law - Retail Business Holidays Act - Mississauga Chinese Cultural Centre

This item was dealt with under Recommendation AF-48-91

4. Relocation of Government Jobs

Received 91-234-2

5. 1991 Annual Conference of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)

CW-82-91:

Moved by Councillor Currie;

That recommendation AF-49-91 be amended to read:

"That the Region of Peel appoint Councillors Seglins and McCallion, the Chief Administrative Officer, and the Regional Chairman as voting delegates to attend the 1991 Annual Conference of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)."

Carried 91-234-3

6. Joint Emergency Preparedness Program (JEPP)

Received 91-234-4

7. Amendments to the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton and the Municipal Elections Act

Received 91-234-5

Finance

8. South Peel Sewage - Lakeview Waste Sludge Thickening

RECOMMENDATION AF-50-91:

That additional funds of $165,000.00 for the Lakeview Waste Sludge Thickening facility under Project 87-2930 be provided from the 1990 Capital Budget Item 90-2900 (Unallocated) financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 91-234-6

9. Software Licence Agreements

RECOMMENDATION AF-51-91:

That Regional Council approve the agreements for annual licence fees and maintenance for the following software products or services: Road Scholar; PC Automation/Geoware; GSI Canada/Recruitment Manager; Canadian Bar Association/Telecom Canada - CBA Net/INet 2000;

And further, that the agreements be extended or renewed on an annual basis, subject to the availability of budget funding and the Region of Peel's continued use of the associated software products or services;

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

Approved 91-234-7

10. Capital Project Closeouts

RECOMMENDATION AF-52-91:

That additional funding of $282,494.53 in Unapplied Capital receipts be applied to the Projects as outlined in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated May 21, 1991, titled "Capital Project Closeouts";

And further, that the necessary by-laws and resolutions be amended or repealed and replaced;

And further, that the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance be authorized to allocate from financing sources other than debt additional funds to capital projects of up to 10% of the gross expenditure budget to a maximum of $100,000.00;

And further, that Regional Council shall be informed through the quarterly Capital Status report on the status of Capital Works in Process of the amount of funds used by rate source to offset these over expenditures;

And further, that all over expenditures in excess of the above amount shall be reported to Regional Council for financing approval;

And further, that the quarterly report (excluding the last quarter) will highlight significant activity during the quarter and will identify those projects which are expected to be over budget by more than 10% or $100,000.00.

Approved 91-234-8

11. 1991 Changes to Water and Sanitary Sewer Service Charges

RECOMMENDATION AF-53-91:

That a by-law be authorized for presentation to Regional Council to implement revised 1991 Water and Sanitary Sewer Services charges as outlined out in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated May 23, 1991, titled "1991 Changes to Water and Sanitary Sewer Service Charges."

Approved 91-234-9

12. Status of Capital Operations as of March 31, 1991

Received 91-234-10

COMMUNICATIONS

13. Mr. V. S. Doerr regarding Land Division Committee

Referred to the City of Mississauga for their submission of nominees91-234-11

14. Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regarding Development Charges Act

Referred to Finance for report 91-234-12

15. Workers' Compensation Board regarding Ministry of Health's payment of Physicians' Cost

Received 91-234-13

16. Ministry of Treasury and Economics regarding Employer Health Tax

Received 91-234-14

12. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, RISE AND REPORT

CW-83-91:

Moved by Councillor Currie;

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

Carried 91-234-15

13. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Dale;

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

Carried 91-234

14. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

15. NEW BUSINESS

a) 1990 Annual Report

Received 91-235

b) Watermain Replacements on David Street, Isabella Street and Mill Street, City of Brampton, Ward 5

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the Region of Peel concur with the award of the contract by the City of Brampton for the replacement of the existing watermains on:

a) David Street;

b) Mill Street North from C.N.R. to Rosedale Avenue; and

c) Isabella Street from David Street to Lorne Avenue to the lowest overall bidder D'Orazio Drain & Watermain Co. Ltd. under Project 91-1400;

And further, that the City of Brampton be reimbursed for the cost of the construction plus an allowance for the administration to an estimated total amount of $330,000.00;

And further, that surplus funds in the amount of $50,000.00 be transferred from Capital Account 91-1400 to Account 91-1300 Unallocated Repairs and Replacements, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Carried 91-236

c) Closed Circuit Television Survey of Sanitary Sewers

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That the contract for the inspection of sanitary sewers in subdivisions by closed circuit television be awarded to Trans Video Inspection Limited in the amount of $58,100.00, under Project 91-2850;

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

Carried 91-237

d) Replacement of Sanitary Sewers on James Street, Hemlock Street, Louisa Street, Albert Street and John Street and Replacement of Watermains on Albert Street, Louisa Street and James Street - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That the contract for the construction of:

a) Sanitary Sewers on: i) Louisa Street, Albert Street and John Street under Project 89-2320; and

ii) James Street and Hemlock Street under Project 91-2241;

b) Watermains on Albert Street, James Street and Louisa Street under Project 91-1430; in the Village of Bolton, Town of Caledon, be awarded to C.M. DiPede Group Limited, in the amount of $555,472.46;

And further, that the amount of $200,000.00 be transferred from the 1989 Capital Budget Item 89-2320 to the Capital Budget Item 91-2240, to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that the amount of $205,000.00 be transferred from the 1991 Capital Budget Item 91-1430 to the 1991 Capital Budget Item 91-1300, to be financed from Current Revenue;

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

Carried 91-238

e) Reconstruction of Bovaird Drive from Highway 410 to Dixie Road - City of Brampton, Wards 7, 10 and 11

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the contract for the widening of Bovaird Drive from Highway 410 to Dixie Road, be awarded to Con-Drain Limited in the amount of $2,351,133.66 under Project 89-4150, subject to receipt of a Letter of Credit from Metrus Management, in the amount of $1,000,000.00, in a form acceptable to the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance;

And further, that the project budget be revised to $3,112,000.00 to be financed as follows:

Subsidy

$ 1,500,000.00

Current Revenue

$ 304,000.00

Capital Development Funds

$ 1,198,000.00

Recovery from City of Brampton

$ 110,000.00

And further, that Council Resolution 91-166-27 be rescinded;

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

Carried 91-239

f) Comments on the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Report "Crisis in Confidence?"

This item was dealt with under Resolution 91-224

g) Contract 91-102M, Hot-Poured Rubberized Asphalt Joint Sealing in Asphaltic Concrete Pavements - City of Brampton, Wards 3, 7 and 10 and City of Mississauga, Ward 5

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That Contract 91-102M for Hot-Poured Rubberized Asphalt Joint Sealing in Asphaltic Concrete Pavements, various locations, be awarded to Road Savers Ontario Limited at an estimated cost of $52,156.00, this being the lowest tender received;

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

Carried 91-240

h) Contract 91-012 Hot-Mix Asphalt Resurfacing - City of Brampton, Wards 1, 3 and 7, and Town of Caledon, Ward 4

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That Contract 91-012 for Hot-Mix Asphalt Resurfacing, various locations, be awarded to Fermar Paving Limited at an estimated cost of $743,080.00, this being the lowest tender received;

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

Carried 91-241

i) The Retail Business Establishments Statute Law Amendment Act, 1991

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the Regional Corporation advise the Solicitor General and the Standing Committee on Justice of the Ontario Legislature that the criteria set out in the draft regulations under the Retail Business Holidays Act should be re-drafted so that they are clear, unambiguous and capable of easy interpretation;

And further, that Resolution 91-203-63, adopted by Council on May 23, 1991 recommending that a by-law be enacted establishing a plan under subsection 4(7) of the Retail Business Holidays Act, be rescinded.

Carried 91-242

j) Fire at Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation Project - Glenway Court, 3477 Glenerin Drive, City of Mississauga, Ward 8

Received 91-243

The Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation was requested to:

i) prepare a report regarding the Glenway Court fire in conjunction with the City of Mississauga Fire Chief;

ii) to amend the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation emergency procedures to ensure that the Mayors of the area municipalities are immediately advised of emergencies occurring at projects; and

iii) consult with the Mississauga Fire Chief's office prior to reconstruction of the Glenway Court units.

16. BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 49-91 to 55-91 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration, and the Corporate Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 91-244

Three Readings

By-law Number 49-91: To amend By-law Number 9-73, as amended, entitled "A by- law of the Regional Municipality of Peel respecting the supply of water, the management and maintenance of the water works system of the Regional Municipality and the establishment of water rates and charges," and to set Regional Utility Service Charges.

By-law Number 50-91: To authorize watermain construction on Steeles Avenue from Highway 10 to McMurchy Avenue, City of Brampton.

By-law Number 51-91: To authorize watermain construction on Gorewood Drive from Steeles Avenue to the northerly limits of Highway 407, City of Brampton.

By-law Number 52-91: To authorize payment to Bavida Holding Corporation for costs incurred in constructing a watermain on Steelwell Drive and Westcreek Boulevard as the Regional Corporation's share in the development of the Gates of Brampton Business Park Subdivision.

By-law Number 53-91: To authorize watermain replacement works on Dundas Street from Neilco Court to Little Etobicoke Creek and from Universal Drive to Etobicoke Creek, City of Mississauga.

By-law Number 54-91: To authorize an expenditure for consultants to carry out the design of a well pumping station in the Granite Stone Estates Area, Town of Caledon.

By-law Number 55-91: To permit Retail Business Establishments located in the Mississauga Chinese Centre, 880 Dundas Street East, Mississauga, Ontario to be open on any holiday pursuant to subsection 4(1) of the Retail Business Holidays Act, R.S.O., 1980, chapter 453, as amended.

17. RESOLUTIONS

a) City of Mississauga Traffic By-law:

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the following City of Mississauga Traffic By-law be approved: 236-91 - To amend Traffic By-law Number 444-79, as amended, for the adding of a school bus loading zone

Carried 91-245

b) City of Brampton Traffic By-law:

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That the following City of Brampton Traffic By-law be approved: 86-91 - To amend Traffic By-law Number 193-83, for the placement of rate of speed - kilometres/hour

Carried 91-246

c) Councillor Glassford's Absence

Moved by Councillor Currie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That Regional Council authorize Councillor Glassford to absent himself from meetings of Council until such time as Council may reconsider the matter.

Carried 91-247

18. NOTICES OF MOTION

19. OTHER BUSINESS - ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor Pallett requested the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health to prepare a report regarding the private sewage disposal system at Ferndale Park, Town of Caledon.

b) Councillor Kolb requested the Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation to provide clarification regarding the expected completion of the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation Seniors project in Alton.

c) The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to provide an update to Councillor Iannicca on the status of the construction of sewers in the Applewood West Acres area.

d) Councillor McCallion presented a communication received from the Minister of Finance declaring the City of Mississauga a financial institution and therefore exempt from the Goods and Services tax. She requested the Commissioner and Treasurer of Finance to clarify if the Region would be similarly affected.

e) The Chief Administrative Officer was requested to prepare a report regarding the agreement between the City of Vaughan and Canadian Pacific Rail dealing with waste haulage.

20. VERBAL REPORTS

SPECIAL PURPOSE BODIES

21. ITEMS PRESENTED FOR INFORMATION

(Copies available in the Office of the Clerk)

a) Minutes of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting, May 10, 1991

b) Minutes of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting, May 24, 1991

c) 1990 Council Remuneration Survey, Association of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario, May, 1991

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

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

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

Carried 91-248

23. REPORTS, IN CAMERA

a) The Expropriation of Lands Owned by Kathrose Developments Limited ("Kathrose"), Parts 1, 2, and 3, Plan 43R-13090, Being Part of the North Sheridan Sanitary Landfill Site

CW-84-91:

Moved by Councillor Currie;

Whereas Regional Council has received the advice of the Regional Solicitor as to the unsuccessful proceedings taken and the possibility of taking further proceedings to expropriate the lands owned by Kathrose Developments Limited ("Kathrose"), being part of the North Sheridan Sanitary Landfill Site and described as parts 1, 2, and 3, Plan 43R-13090;

And whereas Regional Council has been advised by the Commissioner of Public Works that the Region, under its agreement with Kathrose, maintains and operates a Ministry of the Environment approved gas venting system at the North Sheridan Sanitary Sanitary Landfill Site, including the Kathrose lands, which effectively controls the escape of methane gas (a by-product of the decomposition of waste);

Now therefore be it resolved that the Regional Municipality of Peel not proceed with the expropriation of the whole or any part of the Kathrose lands at the North Sheridan Sanitary Landfill Site at this time;

And further, that the owners and occupants of lands in the vicinity of the North Sheridan Sanitary Landfill Site be advised of this resolution.

Carried 91-249-1

Committees

PW-91-7 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Engineering and Construction

a) Reconstruction of Derry Road from Tenth Line West to Ninth Line West - City of Mississauga, Ward 9

RECOMMENDATION PW-65-91:

That Jerome Katchin be compensated in the amount of $45,100.00 for approximately 0.044517 hectares (.11 acres) of land located in Part of Lot 10, Concession 10, New Survey, in the said City of Mississauga (formerly Township of Trafalgar), Regional Municipality of Peel and being more particularly described as Part 2 on Reference Plan 43R-17209;

And further, that the agreement be accepted and approved and Realty Services be authorized to complete this transaction under file number PF-89116.5;

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

Approved 91-249-2

b) Widening and Reconstruction of Airport Road from Derry Road to American Drive - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-66-91:

That 434488 Ontario Limited (operating as Frank's Garage) be compensated in the amount of $16,500.00 for all damages, interest and legal fees in connection with a claim for business damage as a result of the widening and reconstruction of Airport Road and the expropriation of lands and subsequent abandonment of same located in Part of Lot 7, Concession 7, Southern Division, City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly Township of Toronto Gore, County of Peel) and designated as Part 1 on a Plan of Expropriation registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Peel as Number 745575;

And further, that the agreement be accepted and approved and Realty Services be authorized to complete the transaction under file number EXP-91046.00;

And further, that funding for this claim be charged to Interest Recovery from Capital Works in Progress revenues;

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

Approved 91-249-3

AF-91-7 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

Administration

a) Peel Regional Police Proposed 21 Division Site, Bovaird Drive and the Extension of MacKay Street - City of Brampton, Ward 7

RECOMMENDATION AF-54-91:

That Resolution 89-363-1 be amended to reflect the revised project costs of $1,640,000.00 to be funded as follows:

Development Funds

$ 1,001,000.00

Interest Recovery on Capital Works in Progress

$ 60,000.00

Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order Number:

E880585

$ 211,000.00

E900385

$ 368,000.00

And further, that the Regional Municipality of Peel purchase the property located on the north-westerly corner of Bovaird Drive and the proposed extension of MacKay Street, City of Brampton containing approximately + 4.0 acres (+1.64 hectares), subject to a survey, for the purchase price of $1,400,000.00 (subject to adjustments on closing) based on a unit rate of $350,000.00 per acre ($864,850.00 per hectare). The property is located in Part of Lot 11, Concession 4, East of Hurontario Street, City of Brampton, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly Township of Chinguacousy, County of Peel) and is more particularly shown hatched on Appendix 1, of the report of the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration dated May 1, 1991, titled "Peel Regional Police Proposed 21 Division Site, Bovaird Drive and the Extension of MacKay Street - City of Brampton, Ward 7";

And further, that the agreement be accepted and approved and Realty Services be authorized to complete the transaction under file number PF- 89149.01;

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

Approved 91-249-4

b) Liability Claims Experience - February, March and April, 1991

Received 91-249-5

c) Surplus Lands - Part of Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, Registered Plan B-19 (Formerly Township of Toronto, County of Peel) City of Mississauga, Designated as Parts 10 and 26 on Reference Plan 43R-13431, Ward 1

RECOMMENDATION AF-55-91:

That lands described as Parts of Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, Registered Plan B-19 (formerly Township of Toronto, County of Peel) City of Mississauga designated as Parts 10 and 26 on Reference Plan 43R-13431 be declared surplus to the Region of Peel;

And further, that the lands be sold to Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation for the construction of a group home in association with the Head Injuries Association of Peel-Halton for the total consideration of $155,000.00;

And further, that the agreement of purchase and sale between the Region of Peel and Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation be accepted and approved and Realty Services be authorized to complete the transaction under file number ROS-91035.00;

And further, that prior to completing this transaction Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation, be permitted access to the lands for the purpose of conducting, at their expense, such soil and geotechnical tests as they consider necessary to determine the suitability of the site for the purpose of the proposed Head Injuries facility as set out in the report of the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration dated May 17, 1991, titled "Surplus Lands - Part of Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, Registered Plan B-19 (Formerly Township of Toronto, County of Peel) City of Mississauga, Designated as Parts 10 and 26 on Reference Plan 43R-13431, Ward 1". Should a problem exist as a result of the said tests that the Region is unable or unwilling to correct then this agreement will be considered null and void and any deposit monies paid shall be returned without interest or penalty.

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

Approved 91-249-6

d) Expropriation of Lands owned by Kathrose Developments Limited, ("Kathrose"), Parts 1, 2 and 3, Plan 43R-13090, Being part of the North Sheridan Sanitary Landfill Site

This item was dealt with under Resolution 91-249-1

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

CW-85-91:

Moved by Councillor Dale;

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

Carried 91-249-7

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

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

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

Carried 91-249

26. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

That By-law Number 56-91 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on June 13, 1991 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 Director of Administration, and the Corporate Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 91-250

27. ADJOURNMENT

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That Regional Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, June 27, 1991 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 91-251

The meeting adjourned at 5:05 p.m.

Regional Clerk and Director of Administration Chairman