THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

APRIL 8, 1993

Chairman Kolb called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 1:44 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Dr., Brampton.

1. PRAYER

Councillor Calder recited the prayer.

2. ROLL CALL

Members Present: R. Begley, L. Bissell, N. Calder, 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: H. Kennedy who was on vacation

Also Present: M. Garrett, Chief Administrative Officer; D. Trouten, Regional Clerk and Director of Administration; B. Zeran, Deputy Clerk; K. Gillespie, Regional Solicitor; P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning; P. Cole, Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health; L. Eason, Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance; D. Markle, Commissioner of Public Works; P. Vezina, Commissioner of Social Services; G. O'Brecht, Director, Housing Operations; A. Appleton, Supervisor, Legislative Services

3. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICT/PECUNIARY INTERESTS

4. ADOPTION OF MINUTES

a) Minutes of the Regional Council Meeting held March 25, 1993

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Whitehead;

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on March 25, 1993, be adopted.

Carried 93-144

5. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Whitehead;

That the agenda for the April 8, 1993, Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 93-145

6. DELEGATIONS

a) Ms. S. Christie, Executive Director, Volunteer Centre of Peel regarding Volunteer Week, April 18 - 24, 1993

Received 93-146

See also Resolution 93-147

Resolutions - 17.b) was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

17.b) Proclamation - Volunteer Week, April 18 - 24, 1993 as requested by the Volunteer Centre of Peel

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

WHEREAS volunteers make a significant contribution towards the enrichment of community life through their participation in a variety of social, cultural and recreational organizations;

AND WHEREAS the work of volunteers provides the existence of many valuable programs which otherwise would not be available;

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT April 18 - 24, 1993, be proclaimed VOLUNTEER WEEK in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Carried 93-147

See also Resolution 93-146

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

15.b) Retail Business Holidays Act ("RBHA") Exemption Application - Mississauga Chinese Centre, 888 Dundas Street East, Mississauga, Ontario

Councillor Fennell arrived at 1:55 p.m.

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 25, 1993, titled "Retail Business Holidays Act ("RBHA") Exemption Application - Chinese Centre, 888 Dundas St., East, Mississauga, Ontario" be deferred;

And further, that the Region of Peel hold a public meeting in the City of Mississauga to address the subject application.

Carried 93-148

The Regional Solicitor was requested to provide Regional Councillors with the following information for the upcoming Retail Business Holidays Act public meeting:

i) retail business establishments now allowed to open on holidays without the requirement of a tourism exemption;

ii) definition of "tourist area" under the Retail Business Holidays Act; and

iii) information on how the tourism criteria was met for the subject application.

7. PRESENTATIONS

a) Mr. R. Candy, Supervisor, Corporate Records regarding Regional Policy Change - Access to Personal Information by Elected Officials

Received 93-149

See also Resolution 93-150

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

Councillor Iannicca departed at 2:50 p.m.
Councillor Culham arrived at 2:57 p.m.

15.a) Regional Policy Change - Access to Personal Information by Elected Officials

Received 93-150

See also Resolution 93-149

The Regional Chairman was requested to seek clarification of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act from the Information and Privacy Commissioner with respect to the legislation and its implication on regional elected officials, in particular the disclosure of information to members of Council of an institution.

8. COMMUNICATIONS

a) Councillor P. Mullin regarding Planning Standing Committee Membership

Received 93-151

See also Resolutions 93-152 and 93-153

b) Councillor M. Prentice regarding Planning Standing Committee Membership

Received 93-152

See also Resolutions 93-151 and 93-153

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Whitehead;

That Councillors P. Mullin and M. Prentice be removed from the membership of the Regional Planning Standing Committee effective immediately, further to their requests dated March 29, 1993 and March 25, 1993, respectively.

Carried 93-153

See also Resolutions 93-151 and 93-152

9. PETITIONS

10. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Whitehead;

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

Carried 93-154

11. REPORTS

Committees

PH-93-3 - PLANNING/HOUSING COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Dale presided.

HOUSING

A. Delegations

A1. Mr. R. Freeman, Chair, Access to Permanent Housing Committee of Peel; Ms. J. Brown, Malton Neighbourhood Services; Mr. A. Ahmed, Catholic Immigration Bureau; and Mr. C. Krucker, Affordable Housing Action Association regarding the Mandate and Funding of the Access to Permanent Housing Committee of Peel

Received 93-155-1

The Commissioner of Housing and General Manager of Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation was requested to report regarding the request for support by the Access to Permanent Housing Committee of Peel including information on the Committee's funding.

Item G1. was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

G1. Correspondence with Minister of Municipal Affairs - Accessory Apartments

Received 93-155-2

B. Communications

B1. Canadian Housing and Renewal Association, Canadian Housing Update - March 1, 1993

Received 93-155-3

PLANNING

C. Delegations

C1. Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Development, City of Brampton, regarding Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Received 93-155-4

See also Resolutions 93-155-5, 93-155-16, 93-155-17 and 93-155-19

Items D1., E3. and E6. were brought forward and dealt with at this time.

D1. Comparison of the Responses on the Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Presentation by Mr. P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning and Mr. C. Chung, Intermediate Planner, Planning, Policy and Research

RECOMMENDATION PH-21-93:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 17, 1993, titled "Comparison of the Responses on the Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario" and the recommendations in Attachment 2 to the subject report be adopted by Regional Council;

And further, that the subject report be forwarded to the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario for consideration;

And further, that Regional Council not support the Commission's recommendation on Provincial policy statements until the following conditions are upheld:

i) planning roles and levels of government are resolved;

ii) defined limits are clarified and placed on all Provincial policy statements;

iii) a comprehensive process for public involvement in the preparation of policy statements is established; and

iv) there be another public consultation process to further review the policy statements;

And further, that Regional Council support the inclusion in the Planning Act of a requirement for upper-tier municipalities to prepare and adopt a municipal plan providing that upper-tier plans encompass the following:

i) reflect the division of responsibilities between upper- and lower-tier planning;

ii) do not duplicate or complicate planning efforts; and

iii) are strategic in nature;

And further, that the transfer of approval authority for plans, plan amendments and lot creation from the Province to the upper-tier government be supported;

And further, that the Commission's proposals for a one system of lot creation, a delegation of approval authority to staff for variances up to 10 percent, and intervenor funding for Ontario Municipal Board hearings not be supported;

And further, that the subject report be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario for their information;

And further, that the following amendments to the recommendations contained in Attachment 2 to the subject report be made:

i) Recommendation 9: Planning/Housing Committee does not support this recommendation, however, it does support the Province seeking advice from citizens but considers this should not be legislated.

ii) Recommendation 10: Planning/Housing Committee does not support the creation of the Provincial Planning Advisory Committee.

iii) Recommendation 11: Planning/Housing Committee generally supports this recommendation, however, reference to the Provincial Planning Advisory Committee should be deleted.

iv) Recommendation 27: Planning/Housing Committee does not support this recommendation and recommends that lower-tier plan preparation should be mandatory.

v) Recommendation 43: Planning/Housing Committee does not support this recommendation.

vi) Recommendation 45: Planning/Housing Committee supports this recommendation. vii) Recommendation 48: Planning/Housing Committee supports the principle of public involvement in plan preparation and amendment, but feels two formal meetings will add additional time and cost to the process.

viii) Recommendation 64: Planning/Housing Committee supports the proposal that delegates to staff the authority to approve variances, however, reference to the percentage and the requirement of no public notice should be deleted allowing the local Council to have the flexibility to determine these criteria.

ix) Recommendation 68: Planning/Housing Committee supports this recommendation but requests further review to look at the possible inclusion of Class Environmental Assessments in the Planning Act.

x) Recommendation 70: Planning/Housing Committee does not support this recommendation.

xi) Recommendation 74: Planning/Housing Committee supports this recommendation.

Approved 93-155-5

See also Resolutions 93-155-4, 93-155-16, 93-155- 17 and 93-155-19

E3. Highway 7 Widening and Disentanglement

RECOMMENDATION PH-22-93:

That the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario be requested to widen Highway 7 to six lanes between Highway 50 and Laurelcrest Drive, City of Brampton, as soon as possible;

And further, that if the widening of Highway 7 has to be staged, that it be staged as follows:

i) Airport Road - Highway 7 intersection;

ii) Airport Road to Laurelcrest Drive plus the Goreway Drive - Highway 7 intersection; and

iii) Airport Road to Highway 50;

And further, that if Highway 7 is to be transferred to the Region of Peel as part of disentanglement, that such a transfer be conditional upon receipt of Provincial funds or a commitment for funding for its widening and upgrading to reduce existing congestion based on present needs and to enable Highway 7 to accommodate Provincial traffic until Highway 407 is completed to Highway 410;

And further, that the design work for the widening of Highway 7 be completed in 1993;

And further, that the construction program for the extension of Highway 407 be monitored;

And further, that the Region not accept Highway 7 until Highway 407 is built to Highway 410;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 22, 1993, titled "Highway 7 Widening and Disentanglement" be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, City of Brampton, City of Mississauga, Town of Caledon, Association of Municipalities of Ontario and the Region of York for their information.

Approved 93-155-6

E6. Residential Development Phasing Strategy for the Springdale Community - City of Brampton, Ward 10

RECOMMENDATION PH-23-93:

That Resolution 92-186 adopted by Regional Council on May 28, 1992, be amended to read as follows:

"That Regional Council authorize Regional staff to give final approval to subdivision plans in the Springdale Community as recommended by the City of Brampton up to a total of 4,071 units and to any plans of less than one hectare in size;

And further, that Regional staff be directed to draft approve any additional plans of subdivision in the Springdale Community recommended by the City of Brampton only on the basis of a condition that withholds final approval and registration until such time as sufficient road capacity becomes available, or until an agreement has been entered into to the satisfaction of the City of Brampton and the Region, that would allow further plans of subdivision to be given final approval on the basis that the City of Brampton will restrict the number of building permits issued to a maximum of 4,071 units to facilitate the transfer of units from one plan to another; moreover, in both cases the owners will agree not to presell units that are to be held."

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated March 8, 1993, titled "Residential Development Phasing Strategy for the Springdale Community - City of Brampton, Ward 10" be forwarded to the City of Brampton for their information.

Approved 93-155-7

C2. Mr. M. Pestaluky, Venturon Group on behalf of the Churchill Meadows Developers Group regarding Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study

Received 93-155-8

See also Resolution 93-155-9

Item E1. was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

E1. Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study Funding Implications

Presentation by Mr. D. Billett, Director, Development Review and Transportation Planning

RECOMMENDATION PH-24-93:

That the conclusions of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated February 16, 1993, titled "Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study - Phase 1 Update" be endorsed;

And further, that the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario be requested to extend the Highway 401 core-collector westerly to Mavis Road including the Mavis Road interchange by 1996, and extend it further to Winston Churchill Boulevard by 2001;

And further, that Regional staff proceed with Phase 2 of the subject study for the 2011 time period;

And further, that the recommended Regional Road improvements outlined in the subject study be considered for inclusion in the upcoming Capital Budgets;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated February 16, 1993, titled "Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study - Phase 1 Update" and a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 11, 1993, titled "Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study Funding Implications" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario and Landtactix Inc. for their information;

And further, that the effects on the road system in the Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study Area be re-examined one year after the Meadowvale Ridesharing Project and the opening of Argentia Road between Derry Road and Winston Churchill Boulevard, City of Mississauga, have been in operation;

And further, that the need for the widening of Derry Road between Winston Churchill Boulevard and Argentia Road, City of Mississauga, be re-examined following reconstruction of the Derry Road/Highway 401 underpass.

Approved 93-155-9

See also Resolution 93-155-8

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to report on the additional operational costs on a per lane kilometre basis for the future widened roads outlined in the Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study. The Commissioner of Planning was requested to revise Item 10. of the Conclusions of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 11, 1993, titled "Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study Funding Implications" by deleting "prior to the registration of the plans."

Communications were brought forward and dealt with at this time.

F1. Ministry of the Environment regarding Niagara Escarpment Land Acquisition and Stewardship Program

Referred to Planning for report 93-155-10

F2. Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office regarding Additional Runways at Lester B. Pearson International Airport

Received 93-155-11

F3. Minister of Transportation regarding Highway 10/410 Transit Corridor Study

Received 93-155-12

See also Resolution 93-155-13

F4. City of Mississauga regarding Highway 10/410 Transit Corridor Study

Received 93-155-13

See also Resolution 93-155-12

F5. Town of Orangeville regarding Caledon Transit Service Potential

Received 93-155-14

F6. City of Mississauga regarding Street Name Change: "Osprey Boulevard" to "Lisgar Drive"

Received 93-155-15

F7. City of Mississauga regarding Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Received 93-155-16

See also Resolutions 93-155-4, 93-155-5, 93-155-17 and 93-155-19

F8. Town of Caledon regarding Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Received 93-155-17

See also Resolutions 93-155-4, 93-155-5, 93-155-16 and 93-155-19

Items E7., D7., E8., and E9. were brought forward and dealt with at this time.

E7. 1993/1994 Fiscal Year Cordon Count Pilot Program Request for Subsidy from the Ministry of Transportation

RECOMMENDATION PH-25-93:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel request the Minister of Transportation of Ontario to approve a subsidy request for the 1993 Screenline/Cordon Count Pilot Program at an estimated cost of $32,000.00 with a Ministry of Transportation of Ontario subsidy of $24,000.00.

Approved 93-155-18

D7. Comparison of the Brampton Response on the Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Received 93-155-19

See also Resolutions 93-155-4, 93-155-5, 93-155-16 and 93-155-17

E8. Draft Environmental Assessment for the Yonge-Spadina Subway Loop

Received 93-155-20

E9. Osprey Valley Golf Course Official Plan Amendment and Rezoning - Town of Caledon

Received 93-155-21

D. Planning, Policy and Research

D1. Comparison of the Responses on the Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Presentation by Mr. P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning and Mr. C. Chung, Intermediate Planner, Planning, Policy and Research

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-5

D2. Distribution of 25 Percent Affordable Housing Presentation by Mr. P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-22

D3. Vacant Industrial - Commercial Properties

Presentation by Mr. C. Chung, Intermediate Planner, Planning, Policy and Research

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-23

D4. Residential Development Activity for Peel Region and the Greater Toronto Area, Year-end 1992

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-24

D5. Rental Housing Market Report in Peel Region, October 1992

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-25

D6. Bolton South Hill - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-26

D7. Comparison of the Brampton Response on the Draft Report of the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-19

E. Development Review and Transportation Planning

E1. Northwest Mississauga Transportation Study Funding Implications

Presentation by Mr. D. Billett, Director, Development Review and Transportation Planning

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-9

E2. Further Analysis of Trends in Transit Mode Split in the Region of Peel

Presentation by Mr. R. Warner, Senior Planner, Development Review and Transportation Planning

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-27

E3. Highway 7 Widening and Disentanglement

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-6

E4. Development Applications - Impact on Environmental Design Concepts and Police Service Levels

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-28

E5. Niagara Escarpment Plan Amendment Application 87/H/91 by Mr. G. Gori - Ecology Awareness Group Landscape and Environment (E.A.G.L.E.) - Town of Halton Hills

Deferred to May 18, 1993 Planning Committee meeting93-155-29

E6. Residential Development Phasing Strategy for the Springdale Community - City of Brampton, Ward 10

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-7

E7. 1993/1994 Fiscal Year Cordon Count Pilot Program Request for Subsidy from the Ministry of Transportation

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-18

E8. Draft Environmental Assessment for the Yonge-Spadina Subway Loop

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-20

E9. Osprey Valley Golf Course Official Plan Amendment and Rezoning - Town of Caledon

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-21

F. Communications

Items F1. to F8. inclusive were dealt with under

Resolutions 93-155-10 to 93-155-17 inclusive

HOUSING

G. Policy Development

G1. Correspondence with Minister of Municipal Affairs - Accessory Apartments

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-2

PW-93-3 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Pallett presided.

A. Delegations

A1. Mr. C. Lorusso, President, Ontario Waste Management Association regarding 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

Received 93-155-30

See also Resolutions 93-155-31, 93-155-33, 93-155-34, 93-155-35 and 93-155-62

A2. Mr. M. Scott, Canadian Polystyrene Recycling Association regarding 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

Received 93-155-31

See also Resolutions 93-155-30, 93-155-33, 93-155-34, 93-155-35 and 93-155-62

A3. Mr. G. Schnarr, Glen Schnarr and Associates Inc. regarding the North Sheridan Landfill Site - Proposal for Driving Range and Mini Golf

Referred to the April 22, 1993 Regional Council meeting 93-155-32

A4. Mr. F. Bean regarding 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

Received 93-155-33

See also Resolutions 93-155-30, 93-155-31, 93-155-34, 93-155-35 and 93-155-62

A5. Mr. P. Mangialardi, Courtesy Transfer and Recycling Inc. regarding 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

Received 93-155-34

See also Resolutions 93-155-30, 93-155-31, 93-155-33, 93-155-35 and 93-155-62

Item E1. was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

E1. 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

RECOMMENDATION PW-35-93:

That the issue of 1993 Landfill Tip Fees be referred to the Ad Hoc Committee on Waste Management for consideration.

Approved 93-155-35

See also Resolutions 93-155-30, 93-155-31, 93-155-33, 93-155-34 and 93-155-62

B. Administration

B1. Waste Disposal - Metro Rail Haul Plan

Received 93-155-36

B2. Waste Supply Agreement with Peel Resource Recovery Inc. (PRRI)

Received 93-155-37

C. Engineering and Construction

C1. Replacement of Watermains and Sanitary Sewers on Briarwood Avenue, Forest Avenue and Iroquois Avenue, Projects 92-1440 and 92-2280 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-36-93:

That the contract for the replacement of the watermains and sanitary sewers on Briarwood Avenue, Forest Avenue and Iroquois Avenue, City of Mississauga, be awarded to Memme Excavation Company Limited in the amount of $614,000.00 under Projects 92-1440 and 92-2280 respectively;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $250,000.00 be provided from Capital Account 92-1300, Unallocated Repairs and Replacements, 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.

Approved 93-155-38

C2. Replacement of Watermain and Sanitary Sewer on Nelson Street, Projects 93-1510 and 93-2320 - City of Brampton, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-37-93:

That in conjunction with the City of Brampton road reconstruction project, the existing 75 mm (3 inch) watermain on Nelson Street, from George Street to Elizabeth Street, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 150 mm (6 inch) watermain at an estimated cost of $45,000.00 under Project 93-1510;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-1510 to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that the existing 200 mm (8 inch) sanitary sewer on Nelson Street, from George Street to West Drive, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 250 mm (10 inch) sewer at an estimated cost of $200,000.00 under Project 93-2320;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-2230, Repairs and Replacements Brampton Upgrading, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 93-155-39

C3. Replacement of Watermain and Sanitary Sewer on William Street from Main Street to East End, Projects 93-1500 and 93-2280 - City of Brampton, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-38-93:

That in conjunction with the City of Brampton road reconstruction project, the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on William Street, from Main Street to the east end, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 150 mm (6 inch) watermain at an estimated cost of $60,000.00 under Project 93-1500;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-1500 to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that the existing 200 mm (8 inch) sanitary sewer on William Street, from Main Street to the east end, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 250 mm (10 inch) sewer at an estimated cost of $75,000.00 under Project 93- 2280;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-2230, Repairs and Replacements Brampton Upgrading, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 93-155-40

C4. Replacement of Watermain and Sanitary Sewer on Lynch Street from John Street to Queen Street East, Projects 93-1490 and 93-2270 - City of Brampton, Ward 3

RECOMMENDATION PW-39-93:

That in conjunction with the City of Brampton road reconstruction project, the existing 150 mm (6 inch) watermain on Lynch Street, from John Street to Queen Street East, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 150 mm (6 inch) watermain at an estimated cost of $35,000.00, under Project 93-1490;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-1490 to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that the existing 200 mm (8 inch) sanitary sewer on Lynch Street, from John Street to Queen Street East, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 250 mm (10 inch) sewer at an estimated cost of $35,000.00 under Project 93-2270;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-2230, Repairs and Replacements Brampton Upgrading, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 93-155-41

C5. Replacement of Watermain and Sanitary Sewer on Railroad Street from Mill Street to West Street, Projects 93- 1470 and 93-2290 - City of Brampton, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-40-93:

That in conjunction with the City of Brampton road reconstruction project, the existing 100 mm (4 inch) watermain on Railroad Street, from Mill Street to West Street, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 150 mm (6 inch) watermain at an estimated cost of $150,000.00, under Project 93-1470;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-1470 to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that the existing 200 mm (8 inch) sanitary sewer on Railroad Street, from Mill Street to West Street, City of Brampton, be replaced with the proposed 250 mm (10 inch) sewer at an estimated cost of $155,000.00 under Project 93-2290;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-2230, Repairs and Replacements Brampton Upgrading, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 93-155-42

C6. Replacement of Watermain and Sanitary Sewer on Stavebank Road, Projects 92-1480 and 92-2221 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-170

C7. Replacement of Watermain on Stafford Drive from Rutherford Road to Kennedy Road, Project 92-1410 - City of Brampton, Ward 3

RECOMMENDATION PW-41-93:

That the Region of Peel concur with the award of the contract by the City of Brampton for the replacement of the watermain on Stafford Drive from Rutherford Road to Kennedy Road, City of Brampton, to the lowest overall bidder, G. Macera Contracting Ltd. under Project 92-1410;

And further, that the City of Brampton be reimbursed for the cost of construction, plus an allowance for Goods and Services Tax and administration, to an estimated total amount of $419,945.00;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $85,000.00 be transferred from Capital Account 92-1300, Unallocated Repairs and Replacements, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 93-155-43

C8. Local Improvement Watermain on Clarkway Drive and Castlemore Road, Project 90-1030 - City of Brampton, Ward 10

RECOMMENDATION PW-42-93:

That Resolution 90-101 be amended to reflect the revised frontage charge from $119.00 per metre to $86.00 per metre of assessable frontage for the local improvement watermain on Clarkway Drive and Castlemore Road, City of Brampton, under Project 90-1030.

Approved 93-155-44

C9. Local Improvement Watermain on 5th Sideroad, Project 90-1020 - Town of Caledon, Ward 4

RECOMMENDATION PW-43-93:

That Resolution 90-192-8 be amended to reflect the revised frontage charge from $132.00 per metre to $86.00 per metre of assessable frontage for the local improvement watermain on 5th Sideroad, Town of Caledon, under Project 90-1020.

Approved 93-155-45

C10. Local Improvement Sanitary Sewer on Hazelhurst Road, Project 90-2010 - City of Mississauga, Ward 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-44-93:

That Resolution 90-195 be amended to reflect the revised frontage charge from $125.00 per metre to $120.74 per metre of assessable frontage for the local improvement watermain on Hazelhurst Road, City of Mississauga, under Project 90-2010.

Approved 93-155-46

C11. Widening of Dixie Road from Golden Orchard Drive to Winding Trail, Project 93-4060 - City of Mississauga, Ward 3

RECOMMENDATION PW-45-93:

That Dixie Road be widened to a six lane urban section from Golden Orchard Drive to Winding Trail, City of Mississauga, under Project 93-4060;

And further, that the necessary funds in the amount of $4,000,000.00 be provided from the 1993 Capital Budget Item 93-4060 to be financed as follows:

Debentures $3,656,000.00 Ministry of Transportation Subsidy 344,000.00

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

Approved 93-155-47

C12. Derry Road/Meadowvale By-Pass, Mississauga Road to the Credit River, Projects 91-4020 and 92-1150 - City of Mississauga, Ward 6

RECOMMENDATION PW-46-93:

That the contract for the construction of the Derry Road/Meadowvale By-pass from Mississauga Road to the Credit River, City of Mississauga, including the installation of a 750 mm (30 inch) diameter watermain, be awarded to Mardave Construction (1990) Limited in the amount of $8,743,002.85 under Projects 91-4020 and 92-1150 respectively;

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

Approved 93-155-48

C13. Realignment of Mayfield Road at Highway 50, Project 91- 4100 - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-47-93:

That Mayfield Road at Highway 50, Town of Caledon, be realigned under Project 91-4100;

And further, that funds in the amount of $500,000.00 be provided from the 1991 Capital Budget Item 91-4100 to be financed as follows:

Development Charges $152,000.00 Current Revenue 318,000.00 Ministry of Transportation Subsidy 30,000.00

Approved 93-155-49

C14. Water Distribution System, Cheltenham/Terra Cotta Area - Town of Caledon, Ward 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-48-93:

That the preliminary design and initial investigations for the future water distribution system in the Cheltenham/Terra Cotta area, Town of Caledon, be awarded to Simcoe Engineering Group Limited under Project 92-1240;

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

Approved 93-155-50

C15. Steluk Developments Ltd., Phase I, Stage 2 - Sanitary Sewer Servicing, Project 93-2810 - City of Mississauga, Ward 9

RECOMMENDATION PW-49-93:

That 392.5 metres (1288 feet) of 600 mm (24 inch) diameter sanitary sewer be constructed adjacent to the proposed watercourse in Steluk Developments Ltd., City of Mississauga, T-89002'A', under Project 93-2810;

And further, that the works be included in the servicing of the Steluk Residential Subdivision, Phase I - Stage 2, by Steluk Developments Ltd., T-89002'A';

And further, that the Region of Peel finance construction of the sanitary sewer in the amount of $76,039.03, payable to Steluk Developments Ltd.;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the Unallocated Capital Budget Item 91-2800, to be financed from Construction Reserve.

Approved 93-155-51

C16. Proposed Lift of Reserve, Dixie Road and Shawson Drive - Blake Cassels and Grayden - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-50-93:

That a by-law be prepared to lift a one-foot (0.3 metre) reserve on Dixie Road to open the right-of- way at Dixie Road and Shawson Drive, City of Mississauga;

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

Approved 93-155-52

D. Operations

D1. Road Closure Application, RCA-2-93 on Regional Road 10 (Bovaird Drive) between Torbram Road and Airport Road, Project 92-4090 - City of Brampton, Wards 10 and 11

RECOMMENDATION PW-51-93:

That in accordance with paragraph four (4) of By- law Number 119-75, Application RCA-2-93 by the Region of Peel, Engineering and Construction Division, to close Regional Road 10 (Bovaird Drive), from Torbram Road to Airport Road, City of Brampton, for a three (3) month period commencing 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 1, 1993, until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 31, 1993, inclusive, for the purpose of reconstructing that section of Bovaird Drive under the terms of Project 92-4090, be approved;

And further, that emergency services and school boards be so informed.

Approved 93-155-53

D2. Proposed Revision to Heavy Truck Restrictions on Regional Road 19 (Winston Churchill Boulevard) from Halton Road 10 to Highway 7 - City of Brampton, Ward 6

RECOMMENDATION PW-52-93:

That a by-law be enacted to amend By-law Number 92-92 with respect to revising the heavy truck restriction on Regional Road 19 (Winston Churchill Boulevard) from Halton Road 10 to Highway 7, City of Brampton;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated February 15, 1993, titled "Proposed Revision to Heavy Truck Restrictions on Regional Road 19 (Winston Churchill Boulevard) from Halton Road 10 to Highway 7, Ward 6, City of Brampton" be forwarded to the Regional Municipality of Halton for their information.

Approved 93-155-54

See also By-law Number 30-93

D3. Sewer Use By-law Prosecution, Rototone Gravure Services Ltd., 3091 Wharton Way - City of Mississauga, Ward 3

Received 93-155-55

D4. Summary of Sanitary Sewer Surcharge Companies

Received 93-155-56

D5. Snelgrove Elevated Storage Tank - City of Brampton, Wards 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 10 and 11 and Town of Caledon, Ward 2

Received 93-155-57

D6. Four Year Review of the Interceptor Inspection Program

Received 93-155-58

E. Waste Management

E1. 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-155-35

F. COMMUNICATIONS

F1. City of Brampton regarding Recycling Program Modifications

Received 93-155-59

F2. City of Brampton regarding Interim Waste Authority Short List of Landfill Sites

Received 93-155-60

See also Resolution 93-155-61

F3. Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regarding Interim Waste Authority Short List of Landfill Sites

RECOMMENDATION PW-53-93:

Whereas the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (MTRCA) has requested participant funding from the Interim Waste Authority and this request has been denied;

And whereas the Region of Peel has provided participant funding to the area municipalities of the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon;

And whereas, to avoid duplication of efforts and expenses, groups with similar interests should join in the preparation of workplans;

Therefore be it resolved that the Region of Peel not provide participant funding to the MTRCA, but instead request that the MTRCA and the Town of Caledon consider joining forces to ensure that the information being gathered by the Interim Waste Authority is both relevant and accurate.

Approved 93-155-61

See also Resolution 93-155-60

F4. WCI Wood Conversion Inc. regarding 1993 Landfill Tip Fees

Received 93-155-62

See also Resolutions 93-155-30, 93-155-31, 93-155-33, 93-155-34 and 93-155-35

12. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, RISE AND REPORT

CW-57-93:

Moved by Councillor Calder;

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

Carried 93-155-63

13. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

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

Carried 93-155

14. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

15. NEW BUSINESS

a) Regional Policy Change - Access to Personal Information by Elected Officials

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-150

b) Retail Business Holidays Act ("RBHA") Exemption Application - Mississauga Chinese Centre, 888 Dundas Street East, Mississauga, Ontario

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-148

c) Request for Proposal from Consultants to Undertake Real Property Appraisals and Negotiations for Land Acquisition - Reconstruction of Dixie Road, Projects 92-4050 and 88-4070 - Town of Caledon, Ward 2 and City of Brampton, Ward 10

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That a contract for appraisal and negotiation services for the property rights required in connection with the proposed reconstruction of Dixie Road from Countryside Drive to Mayfield Road, City of Brampton, and from Mayfield Road to King Street, Town of Caledon under Projects 92- 4050 and 88-4070 be awarded to Corridor & Site Realty Project Specialists for the contract price of $163,093.00 plus applicable taxes;

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

And further, that Realty Services be authorized to proceed with the matter under File Number PF- 91085.00 and PF-87429.00.

Carried 93-156

d) Election of Chairs and Vice-Chairs to the Planning and Housing Standing Committees

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Mullin;

That Councillor L. Bissell be nominated as Chair of the Housing Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-157

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Mullin;

That nominations be closed.

Carried 93-158

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Mullin;

That Councillor L. Bissell be appointed as Chair of the Housing Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-159

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

That Councillor F. Dale be nominated as Chair of the Planning Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-160

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

That nominations be closed.

Carried 93-161

Moved by Councillor Culham,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

That Councillor F. Dale be appointed as Chair of the Planning Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-162

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Bissell;

That Councillor J. Holden be nominated as Vice- Chair of the Housing Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-163

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Bissell;

That nominations be closed.

Carried 93-164

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Bissell;

That Councillor J. Holden be appointed as Vice- Chair of the Housing Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-165

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That Councillor R. Whitehead be nominated as Vice- Chair of the Planning Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-166

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That nominations be closed.

Carried 93-167

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That Councillor R. Whitehead be appointed as Vice- Chair of the Planning Standing Committee for the term May 4, 1993 to November 30, 1994.

Carried 93-168

e) Expropriation for the Widening and Reconstruction of Mayfield Road and McLaughlin Road Intersection, Owners: Marvel Templeton - City of Brampton, Ward 2; Michael E. Weir - City of Brampton, Ward 6; James W. Hewson - City of Brampton, Ward 6; The Estate of Russell A. Nicholson - Town of Caledon, Ward 2

Moved by Councillor Prentice,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

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, City of Brampton and Town of Caledon, being Part(s) 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.

Carried 93-169

See also By-law Number 38-93

f) Replacement of Watermain and Sanitary Sewer on Stavebank Road, Projects 92-1480 and 92-2221 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That the contract for the construction of the watermain and sanitary sewer on Stavebank Road, City of Mississauga be awarded to Comer Construction in the amount of $887,217.50 under Projects 92-1480 and 92-2221 being the lowest responsive tender received;

And further, that the tender of Elmford Construction Co. Ltd. be rejected as non- responsive for failure to supply a list of subcontractors;

And further, that surplus funds in the amount of $55,000.00 be transferred from Capital Account 92- 1480 to Account 92-1300, Unallocated Repairs and Replacements, to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that additional funds in the amount of $60,000.00 be provided from Capital Account 92- 2220, Mississauga Upgrading, 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 93-170

g) 1993/1994 Fiscal Year Cordon Count Request for Subsidy from the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario

Moved by Councillor Holden,
Seconded by Councillor Prentice;

That the Region of Peel request the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario to approve a subsidy request for the 1993 Screenline/Cordon Count Program at an estimate cost of $115,772.00 with a Ministry of Transportation of Ontario subsidy of $70,621.00.

Carried 93-171

16. BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 30-93, 32- 93, 33-93, 35-93, 36-93 and 38-93, 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 93-172

Three Readings

By-law Number 30-93: A by-law to amend By-law Number 92-92 being a by-law to regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of the Regional Municipality of Peel.

See also Resolution 93-155-54

By-law Number 32-93: A by-law to authorize the funding for the purchase of electronic video taping equipment for the Peel Regional Police at 12 and 21 Divisions.

By-law Number 33-93: A by-law to authorize an Application for Approval to Expropriate Land firstly, being Part of Lot 11, Concession 2, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Mississauga (formerly Township of Toronto), in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly County of Peel) being Parts 2 and 3 on Reference Plan 43R-19722 and secondly, being Part of Lot 12, Concession 2, West of Hurontario Street, in the City of Mississauga (formerly Township of Toronto, in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly County of Peel) being Part 3 on Reference Plan 43R-18399.

By-law Number 35-93: A by-law to authorize an Application for Approval to Expropriate Land being Part of the East Half of Lot 10, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Mississauga (formerly Township of Toronto), in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly County of Peel), being Part 2 on Reference Plan 43R-18360.

By-law Number 36-93: A by-law to authorize an Application for Approval to Expropriate Land being firstly, Part of Lot 16, Concession 3, East of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton (formerly Township of Chinguacousy), in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly County of Peel), being Part 6 on Reference Plan 43R-17336 and secondly, Part of Lot 16, Concession 4, East of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton (formerly Township of Chinguacousy), in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly County of Peel), being Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-19659.

By-law Number 38-93: A by-law to Approve the Expropriation of the Land being Part of Lot 17, Concession 1 and 2, West of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy) in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the County of Peel) being Parts 1, 2 and 3 on Plan 43R-17739; and Part of Lot 18, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street in the Town of Caledon (formerly Township of Chinguacousy) in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly 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 93-169

17. RESOLUTIONS

a) Proclamation - Earth Week, April 18 - 24, 1993 as requested by Waste Management Division of the Public Works Department

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

WHEREAS Earth Day, April 22, 1993, is an international celebration to inform the public about environmental problems and to encourage participation in environmental activities;

AND WHEREAS the Region of Peel recognizes that waste management is a serious environmental issue;

AND WHEREAS in an effort to achieve the provincial goal of 50 per cent reduction by the year 2000, the Region will continue to promote responsible waste management;

AND WHEREAS several activities have been organized by the Region during the week to promote a better understanding of the environment and everyone's responsibility in sustaining it;

AND WHEREAS many regions have extended their Earth Day celebrations to the week of April 18 - 24, 1993;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the week of April 18 - 24, 1993 be proclaimed EARTH WEEK in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Carried 93-173

b) Proclamation - Volunteer Week, April 18 - 24, 1993 as requested by the Volunteer Centre of Peel

This item was dealt with under Resolution 93-147

18. NOTICES OF MOTION

19. OTHER BUSINESS - ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor Holden requested Regional staff to report on the impact an aging population will have on the Region of Peel's services, such as Social Services, Housing and Planning. Councillor Fennell departed at 3:52 p.m.

20. VERBAL REPORTS SPECIAL PURPOSE BODIES

21. ITEMS PRESENTED FOR INFORMATION

a) Minutes, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting, March 12, 1993

b) Agenda, Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Authority Meeting #2/93, March 26, 1993

c) Agenda, Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting #2/93, April 2, 1993

d) Agenda and Supplementary Agenda, Peel Police Services Board, March 19, 1993

e) Discussion Paper, Fair Tax Commission - Searching for Fairness, March 1993

f) Report, Ministry of the Environment - Environmental Research, Technology Development and Awareness Activities 1991/92

g) Announcement, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Large Urban Section Conference, April 15 and 16, 1993

h) Newsletter, Updates, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, March, 1993

i) Newsletter, Policy Direction Summary, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Municipal Option: Local Authority for Health and Social Service, March, 1993

j) Newsletter, Policy Response Summary, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Municipal Planning Authority and Improving Development Financing, March, 1993

k) Newsletter, Background Research Summary, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Current Trends and Policies for Evaluating the Future Municipal Role in Health and Social Services, March, 1993

l) Newsletter, Municipal Alert, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Truck Safety Guidelines and New Labour Rules, March, 1993

m) Announcement, Canadian Council on Ecological Areas in Ontario, Ministry of Natural Resources, 12th Annual General Meeting, August 11 - 15, 1993

n) Announcement, Organization of Small Urban Municipalities, 40th Annual Conference, May 5 - May 7, 1993

o) Announcement, Ministry of Citizenship and Office for Seniors' Issues, Good Neighbours Conference, May 11 and 12, 1993

p) Announcement, Canadian Urban Institute, Telecommunications Conference, April 21, 1993

q) Newsletter, Municipal Roads, Ontario Good Roads Association, March, 1993

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

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

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

Carried 93-174

23. REPORTS, IN CAMERA

Committees

PW-93-3 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Administration

a) North Sheridan Landfill Site - Proposal for Driving Range and Mini Golf

Referred to the April 22, 1993 Regional Council meeting 93-175-1

Engineering & Construction

b) Widening of Steeles Avenue from Highway 10 to Etobicoke Creek, Owner: 123627 Canada Inc., Project 92-4080 - City of Brampton, Ward 3

RECOMMENDATION PW-54-93:

That the Region of Peel commence the procedure to expropriate the fee ownership of lands for the purpose of the widening of Steeles Avenue from Highway 10 to Etobicoke Creek, located in Part of Lot 1, Concession 1, East of Hurontario Street, City of Brampton, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the Township of Chinguacousy, County of Peel) more particularly described as Part 1 and 2 on Reference Plan 43R-19376;

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 requirement 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. Rescinded by Resolution 93-351-10, August 12, 1993

Approved 93-175-2

RESOLUTION 93-175-2 RESCINDED BY
93-351-10

See also By-law Number 34-93

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

CW-58-93:

Moved by Councillor Holden;

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

Carried 93-175-3

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

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

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

Carried 93-175

26. BY-LAWS RELATING TO IN CAMERA ITEMS

Moved by Councillor Calder,
Seconded by Councillor Pallett;

That the by-law In Camera listed on the Regional Council agenda, being By-law Number 34-93, 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 93-176

Three Readings

By-law Number 34-93: A by-law to authorize an Application for Approval to Expropriate Land being Part of Lot 1, Concession 1, East of Hurontario Street in the City of Brampton (formerly Township of Chinguacousy), in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly County of Peel), being Parts 1 and 2 on Reference Plan 43R-19376.

See also Resolution 93-175-2

27. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That By-law Number 39-93 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on 8th April, 1993 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 93-177

28. ADJOURNMENT

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Holden;

That Regional Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, April 22, 1993, at 9:30 a.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 93-178

The meeting adjourned at 3:55 p.m.

Regional Clerk Chairman