THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

JUNE 25, 1992

Chairman Kolb called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 9:39 a.m. in the Council Chambers, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Dr., Brampton.

1. PRAYER

Councillor Whitehead recited the prayer.

2. ROLL CALL

Members Present:R. Begley*, L. Bissell*, D. Culham*, F. Dale*, S. Fennell*, J. Holden, N. Iannicca*, E. Kolb, K. Mahoney, H. McCallion*, F. McKechnie, G. Miles*, P. Mullin*, P. Palleschi*, R. Pallett, M. Prentice*, P. Robertson*, P. Saito, C. Seglins, R. Whitehead

Members Absent:N. Calder who was on vacation, H. Kennedy who was on other municipal business

Also Present: M. Garrett, Chief Administrative Officer; D. Trouten, Regional Clerk and Director of Administration; B. Zeran, Deputy Clerk; K. Gillespie, Regional Solicitor; D. Markle, Commissioner of Public Works; P. Vezina, Commissioner of Social Services; P. Cole, Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health; R. Maloney, Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-profit Housing Corporation; L. Eason, Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance; P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning; D. Pajeska, Supervisor, Legislative Services

3. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICT/PECUNIARY INTERESTS

4. ADOPTION OF MINUTES

a) Minutes of the Regional Council Meeting held May 28, 1992

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on May 28, 1992, be adopted.

Carried 92-207

5. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That the agenda for the June 25, 1992, Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 92-208

6. DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. R. K. Webb, Barrister and Solicitor, Davis, Webb & Schulze regarding Fanshaw Estates Inc., Plans of Subdivision 21T-88019M and 21T-88020M - City of Mississauga

Withdrawn 92-209

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

15. a)Ontario Municipal Board Hearing - Fanshaw Estates Inc., Plans of Subdivision 21T-88019M and 21T-88020M - City of Mississauga

Moved by Councillor Saito,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That Regional Council support the draft approval of plans of subdivision 21T-88019M and 21T-88020M (Fanshaw Estates), without conditions pertaining to the Northwest Transportation Study as recommended in the report dated June 11, 1992 from the Regional Commissioner of Planning, notwithstanding Resolution 89-539.

Carried 92-210

b) Mr. J. Huether, Executive Director, The Children's Aid Society of the Region of Peel regarding The Children's Aid Society of the Region of Peel Service Plan and Budget

Councillor Miles arrived at 9:40 a.m.
Councillor Palleschi arrived at 9:40 a.m.
Councillor McCallion arrived at 9:45 a.m.
Councillor Robertson arrived at 9:51 a.m.
Councillor Mullin arrived at 9:55 a.m.
Councillor Prentice arrived at 9:55 a.m.

Received 92-211

c) Mr. D. Ford, Southern Ontario Newspaper Guild regarding Labour Dispute between the Southern Ontario Newspaper Guild and Metroland Printing & Publishing

Withdrawn 92-212

d) Mr. P. King, Vice President, Development, Orlando Corporation regarding the Application Levies under the Development Charges Act on the Nedco Building at 5600 Keaton Crescent, Plan M-832, Phase 1 of Heartland, City of Mississauga

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That the delegation of Mr. P. King, Vice President, Orlando Corporation regarding the application levies under the Development Charges Act on the Nedco Building at 5600 Keaton Crescent, Plan M-832, Phase 1 of Heartland, City of Mississauga be referred to Finance for report at the July 9, 1992 Regional Council meeting.

Carried 92-213

7. PRESENTATIONS

a) Mr. D. Markle, Commissioner of Public Works regarding the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Discussion Paper on Municipal Waste Management Powers in Ontario

Councillor Begley arrived at 10:21 a.m.
Councillor Dale arrived at 10:25 a.m. as he was on other municipal business.

Received 92-214

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

15. m)Municipal Waste Management Powers in Ontario, A Discussion Paper - Ministry of Municipal Affairs

Moved by Councillor Robertson,
Seconded by Councillor Seglins;

That an ad-hoc committee be struck comprising of representatives from the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon to formulate Peel's position on all waste management issues;

And further, that the committee prepare a response to the Minister of Municipal Affairs' request for consultation and input to the "Discussion Paper on Municipal Waste Management Powers In Ontario";

And further, that the Ad-Hoc Committee members include Chairman Kolb, Councillor Bissell, Councillor Culham, Councillor Palleschi, Councillor Pallett, Councillor Saito, Councillor Whitehead, and other interested councillors.

Carried 92-215

The Regional Chairman was requested to obtain written confirmation from the Minister of the Environment as to who will be operating the future landfill site for Peel Region.

8. COMMUNICATIONS

a) Mr. K. Gillespie, Regional Solicitor regarding Report of an Inquiry by the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services into Certain Conduct of Mary Nnolim, Peel Police Services Board

Received 92-216

See also Resolution 92-242-3

b) Ministry of the Solicitor General regarding Court Security by Peel Regional Police

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor McCallion;

That the Regional Chairman respond to the communication from the Solicitor General of Ontario regarding the provision of court security by Peel Regional Police reinforcing Regional Council's position.

Carried 92-217

9. PETITIONS

a) Mr. A. Mastrorakos on behalf of the Tenants and Residents, Bram Plaza, 7071 Airport Road, City of Mississauga regarding Petition to Increase Accessibility to Bram Plaza, 7071 Airport Road, City of Mississauga

Referred to Public Works for report 92-218

10. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

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

Carried 92-219

11. REPORTS

Chief Administrative Officer

CAO-92-3 - Organizational Consultant for the Integration of Waste Management - Supplementary Report

CW-107-92:

Moved by Councillor Mullin;

That the report of the Chief Administrative Officer dated June 19, 1992, titled "Organizational Consultant for the Integration of Waste Management - Supplementary Report" be deferred to the July 9, 1992, Regional Council meeting;

And further, that the Regional Chairman obtain a written response from the Minister of the Environment as to whether the Region of Peel or the Interim Waste Authority will be responsible for waste management;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated March 6, 1992, titled "Disentanglement of Waste Management" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon for endorsement;

And further, that the Chief Administrative Officer report on the work the organizational consultant would be undertaking in the integration review.

Carried 92-220-1

See also Resolution 92-220-79

RECESS

Regional Council recessed at 12:04 p.m.

Regional Council reconvened at 1:04 p.m.

ROLL CALL

Members Present:R. Begley, L. Bissell*, D. Culham*, F. Dale*, S. Fennell*, J. Holden, E. Kolb, K. Mahoney, H. McCallion*, F. McKechnie, G. Miles*, P. Mullin, P. Palleschi, R. Pallett M. Prentice, P. Robertson*, P. Saito, C. Seglins, R. Whitehead

Members Absent:N. Calder who was on vacation, H. Kennedy who was on other municipal business, N. Iannicca

Committees

PW-92-6 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Pallett presided.

Engineering and Construction

1. Reconstruction of Britannia Road from Erin Mills Parkway to the Credit River - City of Mississauga, Ward 6

Presentation by Ms. K. Cater, Engineering and Construction and Mr. G. Firth, Consultant, McCormick Rankin Limited

Councillor Miles arrived at 1:05 p.m.
Councillor Bissell arrived at 1:08 p.m.
Councillor Fennell arrived at 1:11 p.m.
Councillor Robertson arrived at 1:12 p.m.

CW-108-92:

Moved by Councillor Culham;

That Recommendation PW-90-92 be amended to read as follows: "That the study recommendations regarding the widening of Britannia Road from Erin Mills Parkway to the Credit River, City of Mississauga be presented to the public in June 1992, at the public information centre;

And further, that minimal intersection improvements at the Britannia Road and Queen Street intersection, involving revised pavement markings and revised traffic signals, be implemented in 1992;

And further, that Regional staff work in conjunction with traffic safety staff at the City of Mississauga to deal with the matter of pedestrian safety on Britannia Road west of the Credit River Bridge prior to the end of the school year;

And further, that staff report on this matter in September, 1992.

Carried 92-220-2

The staff direction was amended to read as follows: "The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to consider signage which would indicate access to Highways 401 and 403 from Derry Road and Britannia Road by the north and south arterial, i.e.. Winston Churchill Boulevard and Erin Mills Parkway, in the City of Mississauga."

2. Replacement of Watermain on Kingsview Drive from Humber Lea Road to Birchlawn Road, Project 92-1500 - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-91-92:

That in conjunction with the Town of Caledon road construction project, the existing 200 mm diameter watermain on Kingsview Drive from Humber Lea Road to Birchlawn Road, Town of Caledon, be replaced at an estimated cost of $95,000.00 under Project 92-1500;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1300, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-220-3

3. Watermain Petition, Fifth Line Albion, Project 92-1010 - Town of Caledon, Ward 4

RECOMMENDATION PW-92-92:

That a 200 mm (8 inch) diameter watermain be constructed on Fifth Line Albion from Mayfield Road northerly, a total distance of 800 metres, more or less, Town of Caledon, at an estimated cost of $181,000.00 under Project 92-1010;

And further, that the necessary funds be allocated from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1000 to be financed by Current Revenue;

And further, that a portion of these works be assessed against the abutting property owners at the rate of $123.00 per metre of frontage;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented to Regional Council undertaking the work under the Municipal Act.

Approved 92-220-4

4. Landsbridge Village Subdivision, Heysham Enterprises Limited - Sanitary Sewer Servicing, Project 92-2810 - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-93-92:

That 177 metres (581 feet) of 675 mm (27 inch) diameter sanitary sewer be constructed on Landsbridge Street, Town of Caledon under Project 92-2810;

And further, that the works be included in the servicing of the Landsbridge Village Subdivision by Heysham Enterprises Ltd., 21T-91014;

And further, that the Region of Peel finance construction of the sewer in the amount of $36,929.28 payable to Heysham Enterprises Ltd.;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1991 Capital Budget Item 91-2800, Unallocated Oversizing to be financed from Development Charges.

Approved 92-220-5

Operations

5. Effectiveness and Efficiency in Operations Division

Presentation by Mr. M. Zamojc, Director, Operations

Deferred to the June 16, 1992 Public Works Committee meeting 92-220-6

See Resolution 92-220-56

6. Implementation of Roads Inventory Maintenance and Management System (R.I.M.S.), Project 92-9012

RECOMMENDATION PW-94-92:

That the Public Works Department establish a Roads Inventory Maintenance and Management System under Project 92-9012;

And further, that the sum of $50,000.00 be provided from Capital Budget Item 92-9010 to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-220-7

7. Implementation of Pavement Management System, Project 92-4100

RECOMMENDATION PW-95-92:

That the Public Works Department establish a Pavement Management System under Project 92-4100;

And further, that the sum of $90,000.00 be provided from Capital Budget Item 92-4100 to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-220-8

Items for Information

8. Subdivision Pre-Servicing - Seasoned Investments Ltd., Phase II Residential Subdivision - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

Received 92-220-9

Communications

9. City of Brampton regarding Sandalway Connection/Goreway Drive Realignment, City of Brampton

Referred to Public Works for report 92-220-10

10. Ministry of the Environment News Release regarding Zero Spills Target for Sarnia Area's Chemical Valley

Received 92-220-11

HC-92-5 - HOUSING COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Prentice presided.

Staff Reports

1. Residential Intensification, Accessory Apartments/Rooming, Boarding and Lodging Houses - Peel Consultation Committee

Received 92-220-12

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

i) consider including in the report on residential intensification the impact on existing community infrastructures;

ii) request area municipalities to review the position paper on accessory apartments and rooming, boarding and lodging houses prepared by the Peel Consultation Committee and forward a response to Regional Council for co-ordination of a joint submission to the Province of Ontario; and

iii) conduct a broadly-based workshop on the position paper after it has been considered by Regional Council if there are points in contention in order to achieve consensus.

2. Housing Opportunity Centre Work Objectives

RECOMMENDATION HC-7-92:

That Regional Council endorse the work objectives as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-profit Housing Corporation, dated May 11, 1992, titled "Housing Opportunity Centre Work Objectives" for the Housing Opportunity Centre and use these 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 for their information.

Received 92-220-13

Communications

3. Canadian Housing and Renewal Association Housing Update, May 4, 1992

Received 92-220-14

4. Canadian Housing and Renewal Association, regarding CHRA Election

Received 92-220-15

5. Ontario Non-profit Housing Association, April, 1992 regarding State of Housing in Ontario

Received 92-220-16

H-92-5 - HEALTH COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Seglins presided.

Delegation

1. Mr. R. Youtz, Executive Director, Peel District Health Council and Mr. M. Henderson, President, Mississauga Hospital regarding Hospital Capital Financing

Received 92-220-17

A memorandum by Mr. R. Youtz, Executive Director, Peel District Health Council dated May 28, 1992, enclosing additional information regarding hospital capital financing was distributed.

Item 5 was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

5. Hospital Capital Financing

Received 92-220-18

Policy and Procedure Review

2. Investigating Reports of Health Problems from the Public Presentation by Dr. B. Kirshner, Manager, Epidemiology and Research, Health Promotion and Epidemiology Division

Received 92-220-19

Staff Reports

3. Results of the Investigation into the Health Problems in the Port Credit Area

RECOMMENDATION H-18-92:

That the Health Department inform Port Credit residents about the findings as outlined in the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health dated May 19, 1992, titled "Results of the Investigation into the Health Problems in the Port Credit Area" through a mail-out;

And further, that investigation into the health status of Port Credit residents be confined to ongoing monitoring of appropriate health status indicators.

Approved 92-220-20

4. Depletion of the Ozone Layer

RECOMMENDATION H-19-92:

That the Minister for Environment Canada be advised that Peel Regional Council believes Canada should be taking advantage of every opportunity to maintain and expand its international role through the United Nations in efforts to address the ozone depletion problem.

Approved 92-220-21

See also Resolution 92-235

The Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health was requested to:

i) provide Councillor Holden with information on methyl bromide; and

ii) develop an educational program for informing students of the risks associated with exposure to ultra violet rays.

Items for Information

5. Hospital Capital Financing

This item was dealt with under Resolutions 92-220-17 and 92-220-18

6. Indoor Air Quality

Received 92-220-22

7. Healthy at Heart Supermarket Shop-Off

Received 92-220-23

8. Teen Postpartum Groups

Received 92-220-24

9. Community Development and the Malton Planned Approach to Community Health (P.A.T.C.H.)

Received 92-220-25

See also Items 14 and 15

10. Long Term Care Redirection

Received 92-220-26

Communications

11. Ministry of Community and Social Services regarding Proposed Directions for Long-term Care and Support Services

Received 92-220-27

12. Association of Municipalities of Ontario regarding Healthy Communities Coalition

Received 92-220-28

13. Ministry of Health regarding The Peel Long-term Care Response

Received 92-220-29

Additional Items

14. Minutes, Malton Planned Approach To Community Health (P.A.T.C.H.) Executive Meeting held May 28, 1992

Received 92-220-30

See also Items 9 and 15

15. Councillor McKechnie regarding Malton Planned Approach To Community Health (P.A.T.C.H.)

Received 92-220-31

See also Items 9 and 14

P-92-4 - PLANNING COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Dale presided.

Conflict of Interest

Councillor Seglins declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Item 7 and pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to being an owner of a retail business and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

Development Review and Transportation Planning

1. Brampton Official Plan Amendment 166, City of Brampton Presentation by Mr. R. Bacquie, Senior Planner, Development Review and Transportation Planning

CW-109-92:

Moved by Councillor Dale;

That Recommendation P-30-92 be amended to read as follows: "That the revised Executive Summary report including the revised Summary Report as an Appendix from the Commissioner of Planning titled "Brampton Official Plan Amendment 166 Staging Review" dated June 17, 1992 be received and forwarded with a copy of the full report to the City of Mississauga and the City of Brampton for comments and consideration of the draft recommendations set out in the report."

Carried 92-220-32

2. Report on the Britannia Road Corridor Area Developments Presentation by Mr. D. Billett, Director, Development Review and Transportation Planning

RECOMMENDATION P-31-92:

That until the widening of Highway 401 west of Highway 410 and the Mavis Road interchange are completed or at least until commitments are made for their imminent construction, that the draft approval of office and industrial plans of subdivision 21T-88059M, 21T-87078M, 21T-87079M and 21T-88046M, and residential plans of subdivision 21T-87077M and 21T-88046M, in the Britannia Road Corridor south of Highway 401 between Hurontario Street and Second Line West, should only be given with conditions which would prevent the registration and the presale of residential units;

And further, that Regional staff continue to monitor development activity in the Britannia Road Corridor and report further in June 1993 or earlier if conditions change and further development is possible or if so requested by the Cantay/Fitzwood representatives;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated June 2, 1992, titled "Report on the Britannia Road Corridor Area Developments" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, Fitzwood Developments and the Orlando Corporation for their information. Amended by Resolution 92-453, December 10, 1992.

Approved 92-220-33

3. Screenline/Cordon Count Program 1991

Referred to July 9, 1992 Regional Council 92-220-34

4. Exemption to By-law 11-89 for Renovation of the Former Malton Post Office on Derry Road East - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION P-32-92:

That the Region of Peel exempt the property on 2855 Derry Road East, City of Mississauga from the road allowance and widening dedication requirements of By-law Number 11-89;

And further, that the exemption be applicable only to Site Plan S.P. 175-91(E);

And further, that additions or extensions to the existing building on the subject property require re-evaluation;

And further, that the City of Mississauga and the applicant, 841842 Ontario Limited be notified.

Approved 92-220-35

5. Mississauga Transitway Environmental Assessment

RECOMMENDATION P-33-92:

That the Ministry of the Environment and the City of Mississauga be advised that the Region of Peel has no comments on the Mississauga Transitway Environmental Assessment at this time.

Approved 92-220-36

Planning Policy and Research

6. The Equalized Assessment Value of Properties for the Regional Municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area, 1984 to 1991 Presentation by Mr. C. Chung, Intermediate Planner, Planning Policy and Research

RECOMMENDATION P-34-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated June 4, 1992, titled "The Equalized Assessed Value of Taxable Properties for the Regional Municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area, 1984 to 1991" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon for their information.

Approved 92-220-37

7. Retail Business Holidays Act ("RBHA") Amendments Announced June 3, 1992 Tourism Exemption Application Procedure

Received 92-220-38

8. 1991 Census of Canada Data Release Schedule

RECOMMENDATION P-35-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated June 4, 1992, titled "1991 Census of Canada Data Release Schedule" be received;

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, the United Way of Peel Region, the Peel Social Planning Council, the Caledon Information Centre, Peel Regional Police, the Peel District Health Council, the Brampton Board of Trade, the Mississauga Board of Trade and the Caledon Chamber of Commerce for their information.

Approved 92-220-39

Presentations

9. Mr. P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning, Mr. D. Billett, Director, Development Review and Transportation Planning and Ms. K. Bladen, Director, Planning Policy and Research regarding Responsibilities of the Planning Department

Deferred 92-220-40

Communications

10. Metropolitan Toronto regarding Metropolitan Waterfront Environmental Study

Received 92-220-41

11. Town of Caledon regarding Plans of Subdivision Within the Oak Ridges Moraine

Received 92-220-42

12. Metropolitan Toronto regarding Metropolitan Toronto High Occupancy Vehicle Network Study

Received 92-220-43

13. City of Brampton regarding Brampton's Response to Town of Caledon OPA 114 New Official Plan

Received 92-220-44

14. Credit Valley Conservation Authority regarding Subwatershed Planning Priorities

Received 92-220-45

15. City of Mississauga regarding Mississauga Strategic Plan

Received 92-220-46

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to provide copies of the Mississauga Strategic Plan to all Regional Councillors.

16. Regional Municipality of Halton regarding Mississauga Transitway Environmental Assessment

Received 92-220-47

17. Regional Municipality of Halton regarding Halton Region Transit Opportunities Study, Final Study Report (April 1992) and Recommendations (PD-22-92)

Received 92-220-48

Additional Item

18. Town of Caledon Communication regarding Impact on Existing Wells Relating to the Proposed Cataract Subdivision

RECOMMENDATION P-36-92:

That the Region of Peel support the Caledon Planning and Development Committee recommendation of June 15, 1992 which states:

"Be it resolved that Caledon Council supports further investigation of the concerns relating to the proposed Cataract Subdivision as expressed by Mr. Michael Collinson of the Cataract Task Force, in terms of the possible impact on existing wells caused by the increased effluent effect on the wells and the appropriateness of placing through additional development the principal and only well source adjacent to a garbage dump."

Approved 92-220-49

The Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health and Commissioner of Public Works were requested to be available to support the concerns of Caledon at the forthcoming Ontario Municipal Board hearings.

PW-92-7 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Pallett presided.

Delegations - 20 was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

20. Ms. L. Poff, Manager, Pesticides Section, Ministry of the Environment regarding Ontario Pesticide Container Recycling Pilot Program

Received 92-220-50

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to inform the appropriate City and Regional Councillor of the Ontario Pesticide Container Recycling Pilot Program that has been implemented in the City of Brampton.

Ms. L. Poff confirmed that City of Brampton Council was made aware of the program.

Engineering and Construction

1. Reconstruction of Rosemere Avenue Sewage Pumping Station, Project 92-2150 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-96-92:

That the Rosemere Avenue Sewage Pumping Station be reconstructed at an estimated cost of $450,000.00 under Project 92-2150;

And further, that Thorburn Penny Limited continue to be retained to carry out the design;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-2220, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-220-51

2. Reconstruction of Watersedge Road Sewage Pumping Station, Project 92-2160 - City of Mississauga, Ward 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-97-92:

That the Watersedge Road Sewage Pumping Station be reconstructed at an estimated cost of $475,000.00 under Project 92-2160;

And further, that Thorburn Penny Limited continue to be retained to carry out the design;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-2220, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-220-52

3. 1992 Intersection Improvements

RECOMMENDATION PW-98-92:

That the 1992 regional intersection improvements be carried out as follows:

Mayfield - McLaughlin Left Turn Lane Signalization
Queen - McLaughlin Left Turn Lanes
Dixie - Courtney Park Reconstruct Bus Bays
Dixie - Meyerside Reconstruct Bus Bays
Erin Mills - Burnhamthorpe Southbound Right Turn Lane
Derry - Goreway Extend Eastbound Left Turn Lane
Mayfield - Heart Lake Eastbound Right Turn Lane North and South Left Turn Lanes
Queensway - Mavis Eastbound Right Turn Lane
King - Heart Lake Left Turn Lanes
Queen - Second Line West Left Turn Lanes
Steeles - Churchville Sight Line Improvement

And further, that the companies of Skira & Associates, and Paul Theil & Associates Limited be retained to carry out the engineering designs;

And further, that funding reports outlining the proposed construction schedule be submitted for Regional Council's approval.

Approved 92-220-53

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to ensure that staff consult the Brampton Queen Street Corridor Study when carrying out the final design for the proposed left turn lanes at the intersection of Queen Street and McLaughlin Road in the City of Brampton.

4. Request for Design Proposals - Water Distribution System in Cheltenham/Terra Cotta Area, Project 92-1240 - Town of Caledon, Ward 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-99-92:

That proposals be obtained from qualified consultants to carry out the preliminary design and initial investigations for a water distribution system in the Cheltenham/Terra Cotta area, Town of Caledon, under Project 92-1240, in accordance with the Purchasing By-law;

And further, that the necessary funds in the amount of $140,000.00 be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1300, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-220-54

5. Wellhead Protection Area Programme, Project 92-1230 - Town of Caledon

RECOMMENDATION PW-100-92:

That a Wellhead Protection Area Plan be implemented within the Town of Caledon, at an estimated cost of $100,000.00, under Project 92-1230;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1300, to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that Dames and Moore, Canada, be retained to carry out the work;

And further, that a steering committee of staff from Regional Public Works and Planning Departments, Town of Caledon Planning Department, Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Natural Resources, Conservation Authorities, and surrounding municipalities, be established to oversee the project.

Approved 92-220-55

Operations

6. Effectiveness and Efficiency in Operations Division Presentation by Mr. M. Zamojc, Director, Operations

RECOMMENDATION PW-101-92:

That the Region of Peel continue detailed discussions with the area municipalities with respect to Public Works activities, with a view towards disentanglement;

And further, that the Region of Peel continue to look carefully at extending the contracting out of work;

And further, that a report be prepared and presented prior to the 1993 budget deliberations, outlining the results of the 1992 initiatives, and proposed 1993 initiatives.

Approved 92-220-56

7. 1992 Capital Projects - Traffic Control Signals

RECOMMENDATION PW-102-92:

That financing as shown in the 1992 Capital Budget for Transportation Services be allocated to specific traffic signal projects as follows:

Original

Project

Location

Gross

Subsidy

Current Revenues

91-4400

General - Traffic Signals

$ 300,000

$ 0.00

$ 300,000.00

92-4400

General - Traffic Signals

$ 100,000.00

$ 63,500.00

$ 36,500.00

TOTAL

 

$ 400,000.00

$ 63,500.00

$ 336,500.00

 

Revised

Project

Location

Gross

Subsidy

Revenues

91-4400

General - Traffic Signals

$ 0.00

$ 0.00

$ 0.00

92-4400

General - Traffic Signals

$ 35,000.00

$ 0.00

$ 35,000.00

92-4411

Steeles Ave./Shopper's World

$ 80,000.00

$ 10,000.00

$ 70,000.00

92-4412

Kennedy Rd./Centennial Mall

$ 80,000.00

$ 10,000.00

$ 70,000.00

92-4421

Pedestrian Head Installation

$ 47,500.00

$ 0.00

$ 47,500.00

92-4422

Highway Head Installation

$ 46,500.00

$ 0.00

$ 46,500.00

92-4431

Britannia Road/Mavis Road

$ 5,000.00

$ 0.00

$ 5,000.00

92-4432

Queensway West/Cawthra Road

$ 6,000.00

$ 0.00

$ 6,00.00

92-4441

Dixie Road/Bundell Road

$ 50,000.00

$ 23,500.00

$ 26,500.00

92-4442

Dixie Road/Caterpillar Road

$ 50,000.00

$ 20,000.00

$ 30,000.00

TOTAL

$ 400,000.00

$ 63,500.00

$ 336,500.00

Approved 92-220-57

Waste Management

8. Application by Laidlaw Carriers Inc. O/A LCI Environmental Inc. for a Certificate of Approval for a Waste Disposal Site (Transfer) - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

Withdrawn 92-220-58

9. Waste Management Planning in Ontario

RECOMMENDATION PW-103-92:

That the Commissioner of Public Works respond to the Ministry of the Environment on their Initiatives Paper No. 2, dated March 31, 1992, titled "Waste Management Planning in Ontario" with respect to his report dated June 8, 1992, titled "Waste Management Planning in Ontario."

Approved 92-220-59

Items for Information

10. Subdivision Pre-Servicing - Britanniwood Subdivision - Town of Caledon, Wards 3 and 4

Received 92-220-60

11. Subdivision Pre-Servicing - Eighth Street Subdivision, F-F Construction - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

Received 92-220-61

12. Subdivision Pre-Servicing - Sherwood Heights - City of Mississauga, Ward 8

Received 92-220-62

13. Subdivision Pre-Servicing - Sandringham Subdivision - City of Brampton, Ward 10

Received 92-220-63

14. Subdivision Pre-Servicing - Erin Mills Neighbourhood 205 Phase 1 - City of Mississauga, Ward 9

Received 92-220-64

15. Local Improvement - Watermains in the Village of Churchville - City of Brampton, Ward 6

Received 92-220-65

16. 1992 Ministry of Transportation Supplementary Subsidy

Received 92-220-66

17. Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site - Expansion Study Costs

Received 92-220-67

Communications

18. City of Brampton regarding Disentanglement of Waste Management

Referred to Public Works for report 92-220-68

19. City of Brampton regarding Interim Waste Authority Limited (IWA) Search for Region of Peel Landfill Site

Received 92-220-69

Delegations

20. Ms. L. Poff, Manager, Pesticides Section, Ministry of the Environment regarding Ontario Pesticide Container Recycling Pilot Program

This item was dealt with under Resolution 92-220-50

AF-92-4 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Mullin presided.

Finance

1. Petition for Interim/Annual Subsidy - Transhelp

RECOMMENDATION AF-23-92:

That Regional Council approve the Regional Municipality of Peel January 1, 1992 to March 31, 1992, Petition for Interim/Annual Subsidy submission for Transhelp.

Approved 92-220-70

2. Amendment to Resolutions 89-363-1 and 92-84-5 and Repealing of By-law Number 34-92

RECOMMENDATION AF-24-92:

That Resolution 89-363-1 pertaining to land acquisition for the Peel Regional Police Malton Divisional site be amended;

And further, that By-law Number 34-92 titled "A by-law to amend By-law Number 68-90 titled "A by-law to authorize the funding of the purchase of property for the Peel Regional Police Divisional Meadowvale Site" to provide for revised funding" be repealed;

And further, that Resolution 92-84-5 be amended by striking out reference to By-law Number 68-90;

And further, that a by-law be prepared for presentation to Regional Council for Resolution 92-84-5 approved by Regional Council on February 27, 1992, under Project 89-8070.

Approved 92-220-71

3. Accounts Receivable Recommended for Write-off

RECOMMENDATION AF-25-92:

That the General Accounts Receivable in the amount of $24,882.02, the Children's Day Care Fees in the amount of $1,114.11 and the Water and Sewer Billings in the amount of $47,050.74 as outlined in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance, dated June 4, 1992, titled "Accounts Receivable Recommended for Write-off" be approved for write- off.

Approved 92-220-72

See also Resolution 92-242-11

4. Tender 91T-020 - Extension of Telephone System Maintenance Contract

RECOMMENDATION AF-26-92:

That the Region of Peel extend the existing contract for Telephone System Maintenance with Nortel Communications Inc. for a one (1) year term at an annual cost of approximately $171,500.00 inclusive of all applicable taxes.

Approved 92-220-73

5. April 30, 1992 Triannual Report on Current Budget Operations

Received 92-220-74

Administration

6. Records Retention By-law

RECOMMENDATION AF-27-92:

That approval be granted to the proposed Records Retention By-law providing for the preservation and destruction of documents and records of the Regional Municipality of Peel;

And further, that the by-law attached as Appendix I to the report of the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration dated June 16, 1992, titled "Records Retention By-law" be presented to Regional Council.

Approved 92-220-75

See also Resolution 92-232

7. 9-1-1 Use

Received 92-220-76

8. 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone Number

Received 92-220-77

The Regional Clerk and Director of Administration was requested to prepare a report regarding new long distance rates and competition available due to the Canadian Radio Telecommunications Commission ruling and possible 9-1-1 application.

9. Cott Beverages Limited - Complaint under Section 8 of the Development Charges Act

RECOMMENDATION AF-28-92:

That Regional Council defer the representation of Cott Beverages Limited with respect to its complaint under section 8 of the Development Charges Act, until the City of Mississauga has heard the representations;

And further that Regional Council hear the representation of Cott Beverages Limited at its meeting scheduled for August 13, 1992;

And further, that the sending of notice of the hearing by the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration be confirmed and ratified.

Approved 92-220-78

See also Item 17

10. Organization/Consultant for the Integration of Waste Management

RECOMMENDATION AF-29-92:

That professional and consulting services be sought for the development of an implementation plan for integrating all municipal waste management programs at the Region of Peel;

And further, that staff continue with an invitational call issued to Deloitte and Touche, Ernst Young, Coopers and Lybrand, Temple Barker and Sloan, and Peat Marwick Thorne in accordance with Purchasing By-law Number 98-89 4(2);

And further, that the necessary funds in the amount of $75,000.00 be transferred from the Waste Rate Stabilization Reserve to Capital Project 92-6210;

And further, that the Chief Administrative Officer determine the status of the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon with respect to their review of Resolution 92-95 regarding Disentanglement of Waste Management;

And further, that the report of the Chief Administrative Officer, dated June 9, 1992, titled "Organization/Consultant for the Integration of Waste Management" be sent to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon for their comment.

Not Approved92-220-79

See also Resolution 92-220-1

11. Disentanglement of Transportation Services

RECOMMENDATION AF-30-92:

That the Commissioner of Public Works and the Commissioners of Public Works from the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon (and other staff as appropriate) meet to develop an operations strategy for delivery of transportation services, based on disentanglement where appropriate;

And further, that the Region of Peel's Ad-hoc Steering Committee for corporate planning consider the broader jurisdictional aspects of transportation disentanglement and recommend an appropriate Regional role in transportation services.

Approved 92-220-80

12. Regional Standing Committee Review

Referred to Administration for further report at July 9, 1992 Regional Council meeting 92-220-81

RECOMMENDATION AF-31-92:

That the election of Committee Chairs and Vice-Chairs be voted on by Regional Council at one sitting to be held at the first meeting of each term;

And further, that no member of Regional Council should Chair or Vice- Chair more than one Committee per term simultaneously.

Approved 92-220-82

The Regional Clerk and Director of Administration was requested to include in the further report:

i) a review of the number of Standing Committees Regional Councillors are required to sit on;

ii) the possibility of combining Planning and Housing Standing Committees and each Commissioner making a presentation to Regional Council on the functions of his respective department;

iii) a further review of scheduling Standing Committees in terms of allotted times; and

iv) a review of whether non-committee members of Regional Council may be permitted to vote at committee meetings where they are present.

13. Court Security

Received 92-220-83

Communications

14. Town of Caledon regarding Dufferin - Peel Roman Catholic School Board Joint Committees

Received 92-220-84

15. Peel Police Services Board regarding Police Share of per Household Grants

Referred to Finance for report 92-220-85

16. Peel Police Services Board regarding Employment Equity Plan

Received 92-220-86

17. City of Mississauga regarding Cott Beverages Limited - Complaint under Section 8 of the Development Charges Act

This item was dealt with under Resolution 92-220-78

12. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, RISE AND REPORT

CW-110-92:

Moved by Councillor Culham;

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

Carried 92-220-87

13. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

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

Carried 92-220

Councillor Robertson departed at 1:29 p.m.

14. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

15. NEW BUSINESS

a) Ontario Municipal Board Hearing - Fanshaw Estates Inc., Plans of Subdivision 21T-88019M and 21T-88020M - City of Mississauga

This item was dealt with under Resolution 92-210

b) Replacement of Watermain on Pioneer Drive, Donata Drive and Isherwood Court, Project 92-1470 - City of Mississauga, Ward 6

Councillor McCallion arrived at 1:30 p.m.

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That the Region of Peel concur with the award of the contract by the City of Mississauga to the overall low bidder D'Orazio Drain & Watermain Co. Limited, for the replacement of watermains on Pioneer Drive, Donata Drive and Isherwood Court, under Project 92-1470;

And further, that the City of Mississauga be reimbursed for the cost of construction plus an allowance for administration to an estimated total amount of $103,945.00.

Carried 92-221

c) Widening of Dixie Road from Steeles Avenue to Orenda Road, Project 91-4150 - City of Brampton, Ward 8

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That the functional design and the preparation of the environmental assessment report for the widening of Dixie Road, from Steeles Avenue to Orenda Road, City of Brampton, be awarded to McCormick Rankin under Project 91-4150;

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

Carried 92-222

d) Widening of Dixie Road from Derry Road to Steeles Avenue, Project 91-4140 - City of Brampton, Ward 8 and City of Mississauga, Ward 5

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That the functional design and the preparation of the environmental assessment report for the widening of Dixie Road, from Derry Road to Steeles Avenue, City of Brampton and City of Mississauga, be awarded to R. E. Winter & Associates Limited under Project 91-4140;

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

Carried 92-223

e) Widening of Airport Road from Morning Star Drive to Steeles Avenue, Project 91-4160 - City of Brampton, Wards 9 and 10 and City of Mississauga, Ward 5

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That the functional design and the preparation of the environmental assessment report for the widening of Airport Road from Morning Star Drive to Steeles Avenue, City of Brampton and City of Mississauga, be awarded to Candevcon Limited under Project 91-4160;

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

Carried 92-224

f) Appointments to Peel Regional Housing Authority Board

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That Regional Council endorse the nomination of Dr. Robert Charles Williams as a Region of Peel representative, Ms. Olga Brown as a community representative and Mr. Donald Currie as a provincial or federal representative for the Board of the Peel Regional Housing Authority;

And further, that the Regional Clerk and Director of Administration be authorized to forward said nominations to the Ministry of Housing in the appropriate fashion.

Carried 92-225

g) Telephone System Installation, Social Assistance Offices

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That funding for the telephone system installation at the Social Assistance offices in the amount of $28,000.00 be transferred from Interest Recovery on Capital Projects to Project 90-0110;

And further, that Project 92-0110 be combined under Project 90-0110 at a total estimated cost of $629,900.00 to be funded as follows:

Provincial Subsidy

$ 151,900.00

Contribution from Reserve

$ 75,000.00

Interest Recovery on Capital Projects

$ 403,000.00

Carried 92-226

h) Cancellation of September 1, 1992 Standing Committee Meetings

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

That the September 1, 1992, Set "B" Standing Committee meetings be cancelled;

And further, that the related committee reports go directly to Regional Council in Committee of the Whole on September 10, 1992;

And further, that the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon and agenda subscribers be so informed.

Carried 92-227

i) Proposed Changes - Immigration Act

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

That Regional Council strongly endorse the Federal Government's proposed changes to the Immigration Act;

And further, that the Federal Government be commended for their forthright approach in attempting to deal with this difficult issue.

Carried 92-228

See also Resolution 92-242-2 j) Art Gallery of Peel Exhibition at Canadian Embassy, Paris, France

Received 92-229

k) Tender Awards Committee - *Hot Mix Asphalt Resurfacing, Contract 92-012 - City of Mississauga, Ward 9, City of Brampton, Wards 4, 5 and 6 and Town of Caledon, Wards 1, 2 and 4. *Hot-Poured Rubberized Asphalt Joint Sealing in Asphaltic Concrete Pavement, Contract 92-102M - City of Mississauga, Wards 1, 3, 5 and 9, City of Brampton, Ward 6 and Town of Caledon, Wards 1, 2 and 4.

Received 92-230

l) Road Closure Application for Railway Track Rehabilitation on Regional Road 19 (Winston Churchill Boulevard) - City of Mississauga, Ward 2

Received 92-231

m) Municipal Waste Management Powers in Ontario, A Discussion Paper - Ministry of Municipal Affairs

This item was dealt with under Resolution 92-215

16. BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 60-92, 61-92, 63-92, 69-92 and 70-92 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 92-232

Three Readings

By-law Number 60-92: To authorize an Application for Approval to Expropriate Land being part of the west half of Lot 10, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Mississauga (formerly in the Township of Toronto in the County of Peel) in the Regional Municipality of Peel, being Parts 2 and 3 on Plan 43R-18327.

By-law Number 61-92: To authorize the contribution of funds to the Credit Valley Conservation Authority for the Lake Ontario Waterfront Development.

By-law Number 63-92: To provide for the preservation and destruction of documents and records of the Regional Municipality of Peel and to repeal By-law Number 46-91.

See also Resolution 92-220-75

By-law Number 69-92: To appoint auditors for the Regional Corporation.

By-law Number 70-92: To authorize an expenditure for renovations to the Ernest Majury Child Development Centre, Greenbriar Child Development Centre and Malton Child Development Centre

17. RESOLUTIONS

a) City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

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

By-law Number 248-92 - To amend Traffic By-law Number 444-79, as amended, for the regulation of through highways and stop signs; and

By-law Number 251-92 - To amend Traffic By-law Number 444-79, as amended, for the regulation of prohibited U-turns.

Carried 92-233

b) Town of Caledon Traffic By-law

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Culham;

That the following Town of Caledon Traffic By-law be approved: 92-30 - To consolidate the by-laws that regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of The Corporation of the Town of Caledon and to repeal By-laws Numbered 87-3, 86-137, and 89-166 and amendments thereto.

Carried 92-234

c) Depletion of Ozone Layer

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That the Minister for Environment Canada be advised that Regional Council believes Canada should be taking advantage of every opportunity to maintain and expand its international role through the United Nations in efforts to address the ozone depletion problem;

And further, that the Health Department review its program to inform the public of the dangers of exposure to ultraviolet light and the preventive measures that are available;

And further, that a specific program to provide information to the Peel Board of Education and the Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board be developed to increase awareness of prevention of the ill effects of exposure to ultraviolet light, details to be the subject of an upcoming report to Regional Council;

And further, that Regional Council urge the Minister of Health and Welfare to propose legislation requiring the manufacturers of suntan cosmetics to indicate clearly on the packaging whether or not the product protects against the effects of exposure to ultraviolet light;

And further, that this resolution be forwarded to the Minister for Environment Canada, the Minister of Health and Welfare, the Peel Board of Education and the Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board for their information.

Carried 92-235

See also Resolution 92-220-21

d) Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System - "25 and Out"

Moved by Councillor Saito,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

Whereas the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement (OMERS) Board has approved in principle that a "25 and Out" supplementary benefit be made available for police officers and fire-fighters;

And whereas it is now the responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs to advise the provincial cabinet whether a regulation be enacted to establish the "25 and Out" provision as a negotiable item between municipalities, police services boards, police officers and fire-fighters as recommended by the OMERS Board;

And whereas to fund such a benefit, whether negotiated or awarded through arbitration would involve both a massive amount to fund past service contributions, as well as a considerable and ongoing outlay of municipal tax dollars for current contributions;

And whereas this would represent a severe drain on municipal resources during a time of financial constraint in which numerous individuals in the Region of Peel have lost their jobs and numerous businesses have gone bankrupt;

Therefore be it resolved that the Region of Peel strongly recommend to the Minister of Municipal Affairs that the provincial government reject the recommendation of the OMERS Board that the "25 and Out" provision be made available as a supplementary benefit for police officers and fire-fighters;

And further, that this resolution be forwarded to the Premier of Ontario, the Minister of Municipal Affairs, the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, area M.P.P.'s, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, the Ontario Municipal Employees' Retirement Board and the Peel Police Services Board.

Carried 92-236

Additional Items

e) Jury Selection Process

Moved by Councillor Mullin,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

Whereas the Attorney General of Ontario has announced that a review of the jury selection process will occur, with the question being "should residents of Ontario who do not yet have full citizenship be eligible for jury duty?";

And whereas Chief R. F. Lunney of Peel Regional Police has advised the Attorney General by letter dated June 8, 1992, that the rights of full citizenship in Canada have already been denigrated and that it is crucial for citizenship to continue to be a prerequisite to jury duty in Canada;

Therefore be it resolved that the Region of Peel advise the Attorney General of Ontario that it fully supports the position taken by Chief Lunney and adopts his comments in full;

And further, that the Region of Peel request the Attorney General to respect the remaining rights and privileges of Canadian citizenship which still exist.

Carried 92-237

f) Peel Region Landfill Site Search Councillor Dale departed at 2:35 p.m. due to other municipal business.

Moved by Councillor Whitehead,
Seconded by Councillor Seglins;

That all working papers, supportive data and draft summaries from the Dames Moore study on water supplies, wells and the effects of septic systems and ground water pollution in the Region of Peel to the Interim Waste Authority be released immediately subject to provision that information being released is in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;

And further, that completion of the Dames Moore study be a top priority.

Carried 92-238

Moved by Councillor Whitehead,
Seconded by Councillor Seglins;

That the Region of Peel provide full and complete commentary and all documentation available including the compensation policies, regarding the Peel landfill site search to the Interim Waste Authority, subject to provision that information being released is in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Carried 92-239

Moved by Councillor Whitehead,
Seconded by Councillor Seglins;

That the Region of Peel demand of the Province of Ontario that the Peel Landfill Site selection process be halted until a full review has been held.

Lost 92-240

18. NOTICES OF MOTION

19. OTHER BUSINESS - ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor McCallion requested the Commissioner of Planning to include industrial/commercial assessment ratios assuming full occupancy of vacant industrial/commercial buildings for the area municipalities and the Region in biyearly reports on industrial/commercial to residential assessment ratios.

20. VERBAL REPORTS

SPECIAL PURPOSE BODIES

21. ITEMS PRESENTED FOR INFORMATION

a) Minutes of the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Authority Meeting #4/92, May 22, 1992

b) Minutes of the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting #4/92, June 12, 1992

c) Minutes of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting, May 22, 1992

d) Minutes of the Halton Region Conservation Authority, Authority Meeting #3A-92, May 14, 1992

e) Minutes of the Halton Region Conservation Authority, Conservation Areas/Community Relations Advisory Board, CACRAB3-92, May 21, 1992

f) Minutes of the Halton Region Conservation Authority, Resource Planning- Fill and Flood Plain Advisory Board, RP-FAFPAB3-92, May 28, 1992

g) 1992 Ontario Good Roads Association Conference - Presentations made at Councillors' Refresher Seminar

h) Ontario Good Roads Association - Charges for Automatic Signal Protection at Road-Rail Crossings/5th Annual Productivity Competition/1992 Conference Follow-up and Feedback/Disentanglement Update

i) Road Runner, Newsletter - Ontario Good Roads Association, April 1992

j) Association of Ontario Road Superintendents 1992 Trade Show

k) Report of the Task Force on Social Housing Concentration, May 1992

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

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

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

Carried 92-241

23. REPORTS, IN CAMERA Reports, In Camera - 23c) was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

23.c)Cowieson's Fine Foods Ltd., Business Loss Claim (Injurious Affection), King Street Reconstruction - Bolton, Ward 5

CW-111-92:

Moved by Councillor Seglins;

That the report of the Regional Solicitor dated June 19, 1992, titled "Cowieson's Fine Foods Ltd., Business Loss Claim (Injurious Affection), King Street Reconstruction - Bolton, Ward 5" be deferred to the July 9, 1992, Regional Council meeting.

Carried 92-242-1

a) Refugee Welfare Litigation

CW-112-92:

Moved by Councillor McCallion;

That the Regional Chairman write to the Federal Government expressing appreciation and support of the recent Immigration Act changes;

And further, that the Federal Government be advised that the Region of Peel is counting on the Federal Government to proceed to the next step in accepting complete assumption of payments to refugees so that the burden is taken off the property taxpayer;

And further, that the Federal Government be reminded of Peel's youth job creation funding request approved by Resolution 92-177 on May 14, 1992;

And further, that the Region of Peel withhold legal action pending response from the Federal Government on its proposed direction in accepting complete assumption of refugee payments.

Carried 92-242-2

See also Resolution 92-228

b) Nnolim Inquiry under Section 25 of the Police Services Act

Received 92-242-3

See also Resolution 92-216

c) Cowieson's Fine Foods Ltd., Business Loss Claim (Injurious Affection), King Street Reconstruction - Bolton, Ward 5

This item was dealt with under Resolution 92-242-1

d) Labour Relations Matter

Withdrawn 92-242-4

Committees

PW-92-7 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Engineering and Construction

a) Realignment of Derry Road/Meadowvale By-pass, Project 90-4020 - City of Mississauga, Ward 6

RECOMMENDATION PW-104-92:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel commence the procedures to expropriate the fee simple ownership of lands owned by James McPherson for the purposes of realigning Derry Road around and to the north of the Village of Meadowvale shown as Part 2 on Reference Plan 43R-18399;

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

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

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

Approved92-242-5

b) Expropriation for Widening and Reconstruction of Mayfield Road and McLaughlin Road Intersection - Town of Caledon, Ward 2 and City of Brampton, Wards 2 and 6

RECOMMENDATION PW-105-92:

That by-laws be enacted authorizing and directing that the following steps be taken with respect to the expropriation of the lands located at the intersection of Mayfield Road and McLaughlin Road, Town of Caledon and City of Brampton, being parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on Plan 43R-17739;

(a) approval of the expropriation;

(b) registration of a plan of expropriation;

(c) service of the Notice of Expropriation;

(d) preparation of appraisal reports of the market value of the lands and damages for injurious affection;

(e) service upon the registered owners of offers in full compensation and offers for immediate payment of 100% of the market value, together with the appraisal report; and

(f) service of Notices of Possession.

Approved 92-242-6

See also Resolution 92-243

c) Expropriation for Widening and Reconstruction of Derry Road from Highway 10 to McLaughlin Road - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-106-92:

That by-laws be enacted authorizing and directing that the following steps be taken with respect to the expropriation of the lands located between Highway 10 and McLaughlin Road, City of Mississauga, being Part 5 on Plan 43R-18234;

(a) approval of the expropriation;

(b) registration of a plan of expropriation;

(c) service of the Notice of Expropriation;

(d) preparation of appraisal reports of the market value of the lands and damages for injurious affection;

(e) service upon the registered owners of offers in full compensation and offers for immediate payment of 100% of the market value, together with the appraisal report; and

(f) service of Notices of Possession.

Approved 92-242-7

See also Resolution 92-243

d) Reconstruction of Derry Road from Highway 410 to Dixie Road, Project 92-4010 - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-107-92:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel commence the procedures to expropriate the fee simple ownership of lands owned by Unique Auto Collision Limited for Part of Lot 10, Concession 2, East of Hurontario Street, City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel and being more particularly described as Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-18070, Project 92- 4010;

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

And further, that service and publication of the Notice of Application be in accordance with the requirements of the Expropriation Act;

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

Approved 92-242-8

e) Reconstruction of Derry Road from Highway 410 to Dixie Road, Project 92-4010 - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-108-92:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel commence the procedures to expropriate the fee simple ownership of lands owned by 807350 Ontario Limited for Part of Lot 11, Concession 3, East of Hurontario Street, City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel and being more particularly described as Part 3 on Reference Plan 43R-19186, Project 92-4010;

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

And further, that service and publication of the Notice of Application be in accordance with the requirements of the Expropriation Act;

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

Approved 92-242-9

AF-92-4 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Administration

a) Benefits Enhancement for Salaried Non-union Staff

RECOMMENDATION AF-32-92:

That effective September 1, 1992 employees who have completed 7 to 14 years of continuous service start accumulating vacation at 1.67 and 2. 08 days per month respectively (entitling them to 4 weeks' vacation after 8 years and 5 weeks after 15 years of service);

And further, that the Vision Care benefit maximum be increased from $120.00 every 24 months to $160.00 every 24 months effective July 1, 1992;

And further, that effective September 1, 1992 the dental plan be enhanced to include 50% orthodontic coverage at 50% employee cost;

And further, that part-time employees receive the benefits they are currently eligible for at no premium cost effective July 1, 1992.

Approved 92-242-10

Finance

b) Accounts Receivable Recommended for Write-off

Received 92-242-11

See also Resolution 92-220-72

Councillor Culham departed at 3:25 p.m.

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

CW-113-92:

Moved by Councillor Pallett;

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

Carried 92-242-12

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

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

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

Carried 92-242

26. BY-LAWS RELATING TO IN CAMERA ITEMS

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor McKechnie;

That the By-laws Relating to In Camera items listed on the Regional Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 64-92 to 68-92 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 92-243

Three Readings

By-law Number 64-92: To approve the expropriation of the land being part of Lot 11, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Mississauga (formerly in the Township of Toronto in the County of Peel), being Part 5 on Plan 43R-18234 and the taking of all steps necessary to obtain the possession of those lands.

See also Resolution 92-242-7

By-law Number 65-92: To approve the expropriation of the land being part of Lot 17, Concession 2, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy in the County of Peel), being Part 2 on Plan 43R- 17739 and the taking of all steps necessary to obtain the possession of those lands.

See also Resolution 92-242-6

By-law Number 66-92: To approve the expropriation of the land being part of Lot 18, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street in the Town of Caledon (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy in the County of Peel), being Parts 4 and 5 on Plan 43R-17739 and the taking of all steps necessary to obtain the possession of those lands.

See also Resolution 92-242-6

By-law Number 67-92: To approve the expropriation of the land being part of Lot 17, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton in the Regional Municipality of Peel(formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy in the County of Peel), being Part 3 on Plan 43R-17739 and the taking of all steps necessary to obtain the possession of those lands.

See also Resolution 92-242-6

By-law Number 68-92: To approve the expropriation of the land being part of Lot 17, Concession 2, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy in the County of Peel), being Part 1 on Plan 43R-17739 and the taking of all steps necessary to obtain the possession of those lands.

See also Resolution 92-242-6

27. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That By-law Number 62-92 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on June 25, 1992 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 92-244

28. ADJOURNMENT

Moved by Councillor McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That Regional Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, July 9, 1992, at 9:30 a.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 92-245

The meeting adjourned at 3:36 p.m.

Regional Clerk Chairman