April 10, 2014 Regional Council Minutes
Page Content:
1. Prayer and Roll Call
2. Declarations of Conflicts of Interest
3. Approval of Minutes
4. Approval of Agenda
5. Delegations
6. Proclamation Reports
7-11. Reports and Communications
     
12. By-laws
13. Other Business
14. Notices of Motion
15. In Camera Matters
16. By-law to Confirm the Proceedings of Council
17. Adjournment

THE COUNCIL OF
THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL
April 10, 2014

Regional Chair Kolb called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 9:30 a.m. in the Council Chamber, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A, Brampton.


1. PRAYER AND ROLL CALL

Councillor McFadden recited the prayer.

  Members Present: G. Carlson
B. Crombie
F. Dale
S. Fennell*
C. Fonseca*
S. Hames
N. Iannicca*¨
E. Kolb
S. McFadden
H. McCallion*
G. Miles*
E. Moore
M. Morrison
P. Mullin
P. Palleschi
R. Paterak
P. Saito
J. Sanderson
J. Sprovieri
R. Starr
J. Tovey
A. Thompson
R. Whitehead
       
  Members Absent: P. Foley
K. Mahoney

(illness)
(personal matter)
       
  Also Present: D. Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer; K. Hale, Acting Commissioner of Employee and Business Services; N. Trim, Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services; P. O'Connor, Regional Solicitor and Director, Legal and Risk Management; D. Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works; J. Menard, Commissioner of Human Services; J. Smith, Commissioner of Health Services; Dr. D. Mowat, Medical Officer of Health; K. Lockyer, Regional Clerk and Director of Clerk's; H. West, Legislative Specialist; S. Singh, Legislative Technical Coordinator; V. Montesdeoca, Legislative Technical Coordinator

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*See text for arrivals
¨See text for departures

2. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - Nil


3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

3.1. March 27, 2014, Regional Council Meeting

Moved by Councillor Crombie,
Seconded by Councillor Carlson;

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on March 27, 2014 be approved.

Carried 2014-307


4. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Hames;

That Items Related to Human Services - Item 10.1 listed on the agenda for the April 10, 2014 Regional Council meeting, be brought forward to be dealt with immediately following Delegations - Item 5.1;

And further, that the agenda for the April 10, 2014 Regional Council meeting include a presentation by Dr. David Mowat, Medical Officer of Health, providing an update on measles, to be dealt with under Items Related to Health - Item 9.2;

And further, that the agenda for the April 10, 2014 Regional Council meeting be approved, as amended.

Carried 2014-308

See also Resolutions 2014-311 and 2014-316

Councillor Fonseca arrived at 9:35 a.m.


5. DELEGATIONS

5.1. Shelley White, Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Peel Region, to Recognize the Contributions of the United Way of Peel Region for 2013 through both the Peel Employees' United Way Campaign and Peel Regional Police United Way Campaign

Received 2014-309

See also Resolution 2014-310

Regional Chair Kolb announced that the Region of Peel Employees United Way Campaign surpassed the 2013 fundraising goal of $325,000 with a total of $333,901, in support of the Peel Region United Way and their work dedicated to meeting the needs of the Peel community. He introduced Deputy Chief Frank Roselli, Inspector Dale Mumby and Constable Jen Guse who were in attendance on behalf of Peel Regional Police (PRP), and noted that $98,732 was raised through the PRP employee campaign.

Deputy Chief Frank Roselli stated that PRP is very grateful to have the opportunity to participate in the campaign and he highlighted past and future fundraising events in support of the United Way.

David Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer, stated that over the last 10 years, funds raised for the United Way has exceeded $4.5 million. He noted that the 2013 campaign was led by Sheree Watkins, Chair, and Jovita Scieranski and Meenu Sikand, Co-Vice-Chairs. David Szwarc further acknowledged the contributions and participation by both union and non-union employees of the Region of Peel.

Shelley White, Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Peel Region, extended her appreciation to the Region of Peel and Peel Regional Police leadership teams and employees, for their tremendous and continuous support for the United Way.

Shelley White announced that it is National Volunteer Week and noted that Bill Goursky, former Chair of the Region of Peel Accessibility Advisory Committee and long term volunteer of the United Way, will receive the Life Time Volunteer Award at the Volunteer - Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon Annual General Meeting.

Councillor Iannicca arrived at 9:40 a.m.
Councillor McCallion arrived at 9:45 a.m.
Councillor Fennell arrived at 9:55 a.m.
Councillor Miles arrived at 9:55 a.m.

Items Related to Management - Item 11.10 was dealt with.

11.10. 2013 Region of Peel Employees' United Way Campaign

Received 2014-310

See also Resolution 2014-309

Items Related to Human Services - Item 10.1 was dealt with.

10.1. Implications of Local Flexibility for the Region of Peel
      Presentation by Janet Menard, Commissioner of Human Services

Received 2014-311

Janet Menard, Commissioner of Human Services, provided information on the Provincial Service System Management responsibilities related to the Housing Services Act, new Early Learning and Child Care funding formula, Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative and Social Assistance related to employment service. She highlighted the implications of the Region of Peel becoming a Service System Manager, including alternative service delivery and newly developed partnerships with community based orgzanizations. Janet Menard stated that local flexibilty will provide greater service opportunities and potential for the community.

In response to a question raised by Councillor Saito regarding youth unemployment, Janet Menard responded that there are 79 agencies providing employment services in the Region of Peel and that Regional staff will work with the agencies to ensure efficiencies. She noted that the provincial government will be reviewing the integration of the social assistance and employment system.

Councillor Fonseca asked if an update will be presented to Regoinal Council regarding the Choice Based Renting Program. Janet Menard responded that an update will be provided in the Housing Service Manager report, in September 2014.

Councillor Morrison inquired if staff will be communicating to landlords that receiving a subsidy should not be considered a deterent. Janet Menard responded that a new alternative delivery methodolgy is being tested through the Ministry of Finance; whereby, the Ministry would provide financial funds directly into the recipient's bank account to prevent a landlord knowing that the subsidy exists.

Councillor Paterak enquired if the Ontario Human Rights Code prohibits discrimination based on financial status. Janet Menard confirmed that the Code prohibits discrimination in accommodation based on receipt of public assistance, with a landlord having the right to know if a tenant can pay the rent. She noted that a report will be brought to a future Regional Council meeting regarding the Ontario Human Rights Code as it relates to housing.


6. PROCLAMATION REPORTS - Nil


7. ITEMS RELATED TO PUBLIC WORKS
Chaired by Vice-Chair Councillor R. Starr

7.1. Professional Engineering Services for the Detailed Design and Contract Administration for the Sanitary Sewer on Eglinton Avenue East, in the City of Mississauga, Capital Project 13-2116, Document 2013-254P - City of Mississauga, Wards 4 and 5

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Crombie;

That the contract (Document 2013-254P) for the professional engineering services for the detailed design and contract administration for the sanitary sewer on Eglinton Avenue East be awarded to Exp Services Inc. in the estimated amount of $563,784.00 (excluding applicable taxes), under Capital Project 13-2116, in accordance with Purchasing By-law 113-2013.

Carried 2014-312

7.2. Professional Engineering Services for Detailed Design and Contract Administration for Facility Improvements at the Lakeview Water Treatment Plant, Capital Project 13-1923, Document 2013-667P

Moved by Councillor Tovey,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That the contract (Document 2013-667P) for professional engineering services for detailed design and contract administration for facility improvements at the Lakeview Water Treatment Plant be awarded to AECOM Canada Ltd. in the amount of $2,300,000 (excluding applicable taxes), under Capital Project 13-1923, in accordance with Purchasing By-law 113-2013.

Carried 2014-313


8. COMMUNICATIONS

8.1. Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated March 5, 2014, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Resolution titled, "Application to Amend the City of Brampton Official Plan (North West Quadrant of Mississauga Road and Bovaird Drive West - Ward 6)"

Received 2014-314


9. ITEMS RELATED TO HEALTH
Chaired by Councillor E. Moore

9.1. The Peel Cancer Screening Study: Increasing Cancer Screening Rates for South Asians in Peel

Received 2014-315

Additional Item - Item 9.2:

9.2. Update on Measles Outbreak (Oral)
      Presentation by Dr. David Mowat, Medical Officer of Health and Dr. Eileen De Villa, Associate Medical Officer of Health

Received 2014-316

See also Resolution 2014-308

Dr. Mowat, Medical Officer of Health provided an overview of the effects of measles worldwide, noting that there have been 27 cases of measles in Ontario from 2009-2012 and 12 cases for 2014. Dr. Mowat stated that persons with inadequate immunization may be at risk to contract measles through human to human contact.

Dr. DeVilla, Associate Medical Officer of Health provided an overview of immunization for measles and Peel Public Health's response related to the recent cases of measles in the Region.

Councillor Crombie enquired if immunization rates are increasing or decreasing. Dr. Mowat responded that there is a 96 per cent vaccination rate in Peel schools and that students are required to be immunized unless a Medical Exemption form or Statement of Conscience or Religious Belief is provided by their parents.

Councillor Iannicca departed at 10:33 a.m.

Regional Council took a stretch break.


10. ITEMS RELATED TO HUMAN SERVICES
Chaired by Councillor G. Miles

  10.1. Implications of Local Flexibility for the Region of Peel
      Presentation by Janet Menard, Commissioner of Human Services

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2014-311


11. ITEMS RELATED TO MANAGEMENT
Chaired by Councillor R. Whitehead

11.1. Encroachment Agreement Regional Road 1 (Old Main Street) - Town of Caledon, Ward 1 Owner: Agnes Zarska

Moved by Councillor Sanderson,
Seconded by Councillor Starr;

That the encroachment on Regional Road 1 (Old Main Street) being wooden rail fencing, a concrete front entrance pad and the front portion of a two storey frame dwelling on the property municipally known as 17170 Old Main Street, Belfountain, Town of Caledon, Ward 1, be permitted in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in the Encroachment Agreement dated January 3, 2014 between The Regional Municipality of Peel and Agnes Zarska;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented for enactment.

Carried 2014-317

See also Resolution 2014-341

11.2. 2014 Final Levy By-law

Moved by Councillor Fonseca,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That the 2014 Operating Budget be adjusted to include the technical adjustments as outlined in the report of the Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services, titled "2014 Final Levy By-law";

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented for enactment which apportions the 2014 Regional net levy requirement of $902,944,343 to the Cities of Brampton and Mississauga and the Town of Caledon in accordance with the Council approved apportionment formula (attached as Appendix I to the subject report).

Carried 2014-318

See also Resolution 2014-341

11.3. 2014 Tax Capping Policy - Selection of Options

Moved by Councillor Paterak,
Seconded by Councillor Crombie;

That the necessary by-law be presented for enactment authorizing the Region of Peel to apply all of the optional tools for tax capping available to it under paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 of subsection 329.1(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001 (the Act);

And further, that the subject by-law exempt property in the commercial, industrial and multi-residential property classes from capping and clawback of 2014 taxes for municipal and school purposes, in accordance with Ontario Regulation 73/03, as amended, and as outlined in the report of the Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services titled "2014 Tax Capping Policy-Selection of Options".

Carried 2014-319

See also Resolution 2014-341

11.4. Approach to Developing the 2015 Budget

Moved by Councillor Palleschi,
Seconded by Councillor Miles;

That staff develop a 2015 Budget based on the target with a 1.6 per cent net levy increase outlined in the report of the Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services, titled "Approach to Developing the 2015 Budget";

And further, that staff work with external agencies to meet the 2015 Budget target outlined in the subject report;

And further, that Peel Regional Police, Credit Valley Conservation Authority and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority report to Regional Council in June 2014 on how they propose to achieve their 2015 budget target;

And further, that the budget forecasts for 2016 and 2017 be reviewed against the budget targets established in the subject report.

Carried 2014-320

See also Resolution 2014-321

Councillor Morrison stated that the Town of Caledon signed a five year contract with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) last year and that reducing the budget by 2.4 per cent will require a reduction in officers for the Caledon Detachment.

In response to a question asked by Councillor Saito, Norma Trim, Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services, provided clarification of Table 1 and stated that the recommended target for the 2015 budget is a 1.6 per cent net tax levy increase. Councillor Saito requested that the recommendation be amended to include the target of the 1.6 per cent net tax levy.

Councillor Starr suggested that further charts be developed to depict variables of the budget numbers and how it will affect the area municipalities. He noted that the budgets being proposed by the external agencies during the next several years are not sustainable. David Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer, stated that staff will be reporting back on the affect to municipalities during the budget process.

Councillor Paterak requested that the recommendation be amended to remove the OPP from the 3rd paragraph, due to the 5 year contract which was entered into last year.

Councillor Morrison noted that the provincial government will be releasing a new OPP funding formula which will require new contract negotiations.

In response to a question from Councillor McCallion, Norma Trim responded that Provincial uploading will be approximately four to five million dollars, which will equate to .5 per cent on the tax levy.

Councillor Sprovieri asked if the wage freeze for provincial employees is still in effect. David Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer undertook to report back on the wage freeze initiative in the Public Service sector and the interest arbitration system. Councillor Sprovieri requested that the report also include a comparison of wage increases between the public and private sector.

11.5. 2014 Annual Update on Peel's Financial Condition

Moved by Councillor Morrison,
Seconded by Councillor McFadden;

That the proposed 2015 Draft Budget include, for Regional Council's consideration increases to the infrastructure reserves equivalent to a 1 per cent tax levy for the tax funded reserves and a minimum of a 6 per cent rate levy for the rate funded reserves, to fund the state of good repair of Regional assets;

And further, that the capital reserve contribution level for utility rate supported programs be assessed using a 20 year forecast of the state of good repair requirements;

And further, that a strategy be developed to address the impact of the GO Transit liability;

And further, that the results of the employment trends study be shared with the area municipalities;

And further, that staff conduct an adequacy analysis of the Region of Peel's Specialty Reserves.

Carried 2014-321

See also Resolution 2014-320

Councillor McCallion suggested that the Office of the Regional Chair organize a meeting with the Premier to request that the GO Transit liability be removed from the Region of Peel.

11.6. Joint and Several Liability Reform

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That, for the purpose of furthering joint and several liability reform in Ontario, the Combined Model as described in the report of the Regional Solicitor, titled "Joint and Several Liability Reform", be endorsed;

And further, that the Regional Chair, on behalf of Regional Council, advise the Province of Ontario through correspondence addressed to the Premier, the Attorney General and the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, of the Region of Peel's endorsement of the Combined Model (in the form attached as Appendix I to the subject report).

Carried 2014-322

11.7. Public Sector Network (PSN) Update and Budget

Moved by Councillor McFadden,
Seconded by Councillor Thompson;

That the Public Sector Network (PSN) 2013 Financial Results as set out in the PSN Subscriber Revenue and Expenditure Statement for the Year Ending December 31, 2013 attached as Appendix I to the report of the Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services, titled "Public Sector Network (PSN) Update and Budget", be approved;

And further, that the Public Sector Network 2014 Operating Budget attached as Appendix ll to the subject report, be approved in accordance with the PSN partnership agreement.

Carried 2014-323

11.8. Report of the Growth Management Committee (GMC-2014-1) meeting held on March 27, 2014

Moved by Councillor Sanderson,
Seconded by Councillor Morrison;

That the report of the Growth Management Committee (GMC-2014-1) meeting held on March 27, 2014, be approved.

Carried 2014-324

1. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - Nil


2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

RECOMMENDATION GMC-1-2014:

That the agenda for the March 27, 2014 Growth Management Committee meeting include an additional report titled "Draft Allocation of Regional Forecasts (Oral)", to be dealt with under Reports - Item 4f;

And further, that the agenda for the the March 27, 2014 Growth Management committee meeting, be approved, as amended.

Approved 2014-325

See also Resolution 2014-337


3. DELEGATIONS - Nil

4. REPORTS

a) GMC Meeting #3: Context of Growth Management Committee (Oral)
Presentation by Arvin Prasad, Director, Integrated Planning Division

Received 2014-326

b) Growth Capital Financing Related Studies

Received 2014-327

c) Update on Residential and Non-residential Development Charges Activity

Received 2014-328

d) Water/Wastewater Master Plan (Oral)
Presentation by Chris Hamel, President, BluePlan Engineering Consultants Limited and Mark Schiller, Executive Director, Water and Wastewater Division

Received 2014-329

e) Transportation - Planning and Delivering for Growth (Oral)
Presentation by Damian Albanese, Director, Transportation Division

Deferred to the April 17, 2014 GMC meeting 2014-330

Additional Item - Item 4f:

f) Draft Allocation of Regional Forecasts (Oral)
Presentation by Arvin Prasad, Director, Integrated Planning Division

Received 2014-331


5. COMMUNICATIONS

a) Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated November 7, 2013, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Resolution and Report titled "Preliminary 2013 Population and Employment Forecasts"

Received 2014-332

b) Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated November 12, 2013, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Resolution and Report titled "City of Brampton Five Year Official Plan Review - Proposed Project Scope of Work"

Received 2014-333

c) Mumtaz Alikhan, Legislative Co-ordinator, City of Mississauga, Email dated November 13, 2013, Providing a Copy of the City of Mississauga Resolution and Report titled "Mississauga Growth Forecasts 2011-2041"

Received 2014-334

d) Carmela Radice, Legislative Co-ordinator, City of Mississauga, Email dated November 26, 2013, Providing a Copy of the City of Mississauga Resolution and Report titled "Mississauga Growth Forecasts 2011-2041 - Supplementary Report"

Received 2014-335

e) Barbara Karrandjas, Council/Committee Co-ordinator, Town of Caledon, Letter dated January 20, 2014, Providing a Copy of the Town of Caledon Resolution and Report titled "Provincial Consultation on the Land Use Planning and Appeal System"

Received 2014-336

f) Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated February 4, 2014, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Recommendation and Report titled, "City of Brampton Response to the Province of Ontario's Review of the Development Charges System"

Received 2014-337

See also Resolution 2014-325

g) Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated February 4, 2014, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Recommendation and Report titled, "City of Brampton Response to the Provincial Land Use Planning and Appeal System Review"

Received 2014-338


6. IN CAMERA MATTERS - Nil


7. OTHER BUSINESS

a) Motion Regarding Infrastructure Needed to Support Growth

RECOMMENDATION GMC-2-2014:

Whereas the Region of Peel Council approved Regional Official Plan Amendment 24 (ROPA 24) to bring the Region's Official Plan into conformity with the Places to Grow, Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, 2006 and was subsequently approved by the Ontario Municipal Board;

And whereas, the planning horizon in the Regional Official Plan is to the year 2031 and aims to provide healthy complete communities for people living and working in Peel;

And whereas, the Town of Caledon, City of Mississauga and City of Brampton have amended their official plans to be in conformity with the Regional Official Plan and Places to Grow;

And whereas, the Region of Peel is working towards amending the Regional Official Plan to conform to Amendment 2 to Places to Grow to plan for population, household and employment growth from 2031 to 2041 and subsequently the Town of Caledon, City of Mississauga and City of Brampton will be amending their official plans;

And whereas, Peel's population is forecasted to increase from 1.3 million in 2011 to 1.49 million by 2021 and 1.64 million by 2031 and employment is forecasted to grow from 650,000 in 2011 to 820,000 by 2021 and 870,000 by 2031 as noted in ROPA 24;

And whereas, the Town of Caledon, City of Mississauga and City of Brampton are planning for the expected growth through their local approvals process;

And whereas, $1.5 billion worth of goods moves through Peel Region everyday and the cost of congestion to Peel residents is close to $1 billion per year ($6 billion per year for the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area (GTHA) as per the Metrolinx report)

And whereas, the cost of congestion for the GTHA is expected to rise to $15 billion in the year 2031;

And whereas, Peel residents continuously note in the Focus GTA Survey that the most important local problem is transportation issues such as traffic congestion and inadequate public transit;

And whereas, the Region of Peel is working with the Town of Caledon, City of Mississauga, City of Brampton, and Ontario Ministry of Transportation to implement the Peel Long Range Transportation Plan to ensure a safe, convenient, efficient, sustainable and integrated transportation system;

And whereas, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation's Southern Highways Program which outlines highway improvement plans from 2013 to 2017, and beyond complements the Region of Peel's investment in Regional road improvements;

And whereas, the Region of Peel supports Metrolinx and area municipal transit initiatives recommended in ‘The Big Move' (All-day GO Service, Hurontario Street LRT and Queen Street BRT);

And whereas, at its meeting of January 23, 2014, Regional Council approved resolution 2014-45, requesting that the Ministry of Transportation advance the planning, design and construction of highway improvements in and surrounding Peel Region listed in the "Planning for the Future Beyond 2017" section of the Southern Highways Program 2013-2017 to within the next five years and that Metrolinx be requested to advance transit initiatives;

Therefore be it resolved, that, given the expected growth in Peel, current applications for development, and current levels of congestion on highways in Peel, that the Town of Caledon, City of Mississauga and City of Brampton be requested to ensure that the approval of subdivision and development applications take into account the Region of Peel's request to the Province to begin highway improvements that are currently planned to be undertaken beyond 2017 and transit initiatives to within the next five years;

And further, that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Minister of Transportation, the Town of Caledon, the City of Brampton and the City of Mississauga as a statement of Regional Council's requests.

Approved 2014-339

11.9. 2013 Disposal Report

Received 2014-340

11.10. 2013 Region of Peel Employees' United Way Campaign

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2014-310


12. BY-LAWS

Three Readings:

By-law 31-2014: A by-law to provide for the Regional Corporation's consent to permit encroachments onto parts of Regional Road 1 (Old Main Street) in the Town of Caledon.

By-law 32-2014: A by-law to adopt estimates of all sums required during the year 2014 for the purposes of the Regional Corporation and to provide a general levy and special levies on lower-tier municipalities.

By-law 33-2014: A by-law to adopt the optional tools for calculating the amount of taxes for municipal and school purposes payable in respect of property in the commercial classes, industrial classes and multi-residential property class for 2014.

Moved by Councillor Morrison,
Seconded by Councillor Moore;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council agenda, being By-laws 31-2014 to 33-2014 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Regional Chair and the Regional Clerk, and the Corporate Seal be affixed thereto.

Carried 2014-341

See also Resolutions 2014-317 to 2014-319 inclusive

 

13. OTHER BUSINESS - Nil

 

14. NOTICES OF MOTION - Nil


15. IN CAMERA MATTERS

Council opted not to move into closed session to consider the following item:


Approval of Minutes

15.1. March 27, 2014 Regional Council Closed Session Report

Received 2014-342


16. BY-LAWS RELATING TO IN CAMERA MATTERS - Nil


17. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Sanderson,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That By-law 34-2014 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on April 10, 2014, and to authorize the execution of documents in accordance with the Region of Peel by-laws relating thereto, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Regional Chair and the Regional Clerk, and the Corporate Seal be affixed thereto.

Carried 2014-343


18. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting adjourned at 11:50 a.m.





K. Lockyer
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Regional Clerk

E. Kolb
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Regional Chair