June 25, 2015 Regional Council Minutes
Page Content:
1. Roll Call
2. Declarations of Conflicts of Interest
3. Approval of Minutes
4. Approval of Agenda
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
9-11. Staff Reports and Communications
   
12. By-laws
NEW BUSINESS
6. Delegations
7-12. Staff Reports and Communications
   
13. Other Business
14. Notices of Motion
15. By-laws
16. In Camera Matters
17. By-law to confirm the proceedings of Council
18. Adjournment

THE COUNCIL OF
THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL
June 25, 2015


Regional Chair Dale called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 9:44 a.m. in the Council Chamber, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A, Brampton.


1. ROLL CALL

  Members Present:

G. Carlson
F. Dale
J. Downey
C. Fonseca
G. Gibson
A. Groves
N. Iannicca
J. Innis
L. Jeffrey
J. Kovac
M. Mahoney
S. McFadden

M. Medeiros
G. Miles
E. Moore
M. Palleschi
C. Parrish
K. Ras
P. Saito
B. Shaughnessy
J. Sprovieri
R. Starr
A. Thompson
J. Tovey

       
  Members Absent:

B. Crombie

(Vacation)

       
  Also Present: D. Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer; G. Sabat, Commissioner of Service Innovation, Information and Technology; L. Graham-Watson, Commissioner of Corporate Services; S. VanOfwegen, Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer; P. O'Connor, Regional Solicitor and Director of Legal Services; D. Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works; J. Menard, Commissioner of Human Services; J. Smith, Commissioner of Health Services; Dr. E. deVilla, Acting Medical Officer of Health; K. Lockyer, Regional Clerk and Director of Clerk's; C. Thomson, 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. Confirming By-law

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Moore;

That By-law 37-2015 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on June 11, 2015, 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 2015-470

3.2. June 11, 2015 Regional Council meeting

Moved by Councillor Kovac,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That the minutes of the June 11, 2015 Regional Council meeting, be approved.

Carried 2015-471


4. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Downey,
Seconded by Councillor Ras;

That Items Related to Enterprise Programs and Services - Item 9.1, listed on the agenda for the June 25, 2015 Regional Council meeting, be withdrawn;

And further, that the agenda for the June 25, 2015 Regional Council meeting include an additional delegation by Skid Crease, Spokesperson, Our Caledon Our Choice, regarding Provincial Facilitation for the Town of Caledon, to be dealt with under Delegations - Item 6.4;

And further, that the agenda for the June 25, 2015 Regional Council meeting include an additional communication from Debbie Thompson, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk, Town of Caledon regarding the Region of Peel Official Plan Amendment 28, request for Provincial Facilitation, to be dealt with Items Related to Public Works - Item 12.3;

And further, that the agenda for the June 25, 2015 Regional Council meeting include an additional communication from Patrick J. Harrington, Aird and Berlis on behalf of Argo Development Corporation, regarding Provincial Facilitation on Regional Official Plan Amendment Number 28 (ROPA 28), to be dealt with Items Related to Public Works - Item 12.4;


And further, that the agenda for the June 25, 2015 Regional Council meeting include an additional delegation by Brian Perras, Owner, BP Landscaping, regarding Road Safety, Faster Development of Caledon and the motion placed by Councillor Parrish, to be dealt with under Delegations - Item 6.5;

And further, that the agenda for the June 25, 2015 Regional Council meeting, be approved, as amended.

Carried 2015-472

See also Resolutions 2015-473, 2015-474, 2015-477 and 2015-478

Additional Items - Items 6.4 and 6.5 were dealt with.

6. DELEGATIONS

6.4. Skid Crease, Spokesperson, Our Caledon Our Choice, Regarding Provincial Development Facilitator for the Town of Caledon

Received 2015-473

See also Resolutions 2015-472, 2015-474 to 2015-478 inclusive, 2015-482 and 2015-483

Skid Crease, Spokesperson, Our Caledon Our Choice, stated that Our Choice Our Caledon is a broad based citizens' organization founded in 2008 that advocates for a healthy, stable community by researching and sharing substantiated information related to population growth and urban expansion. He further stated that the Town of Caledon respectfully exercised its right not to participate in the provincial facilitation process, as described in Regional Council Resolution 2015-239 and that the Town of Caledon already bears its own costs for its lawyer and consultants at Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) hearings. He informed that citizens feel that the Town of Caledon has appropriately and thoroughly carried out its community planning process and support the Town of Caledon position to not participate in the Provincial Development Facilitation process. He requested that Regional Council acknowledge the integrity and excellence of Caledon's planning process so that the Town of Caledon can proceed with the Regional Official Plan Amendment (ROPA) for the Bolton Residential Expansion Area and defend ROPA 28 at the OMB.

6.5. Brian Perras, Owner, BP Landscaping, Regarding Road Safety, Faster Development of Caledon and the Motion Placed by Councillor Parrish

Received 2015-474

See also Resolutions 2015-472, 2015-473, 2015-475 to 2015-478 inclusive, 2015-482 and 2015-483

Brian Perras, Owner, BP Landscaping, expressed safety concerns with respect to the truck traffic on Dixie Road in the Town of Caledon, noting that many roads in Caledon, including Dixie Road, are used by slow moving farm vehicles. He requested that future development plans consider the preservation of the rural aspect of Caledon's roadways.

Moved by Councillor Miles,
Seconded by Councillor Thompson;

That Region of Peel staff be directed to investigate the issue of truck traffic and speed on the northern portion of Dixie Road, in collaboration with Peel Regional Police and the Ontario Provincial Police - Caledon Detachment and report back to Regional Council with the findings.

Carried 2015-475

See also Resolutions 2015-472 to 2015-474 inclusive, 2015-476 to 2015-478 inclusive, 2015-482 and 2015-483

Additional Items - Items 10.7, 12.3 and 12.4 were dealt with.

12. COMMUNICATIONS

10.7. Michael Melling, Lawyer, Davies Howe Partners LLP, Letter dated June 10, 2015, Regarding Provincial Facilitation, Regional Official Plan Amendment Number 28 (ROPA 28), Solmar Development Corporation

Received 2015-476

See also Resolutions 2015-473 to 2015-475 inclusive, 2015-477, 2015-478, 2015-482 and 2015-483

12.3. Debbie Thompson, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk, Town of Caledon, Letter dated June 24, 2015, Providing a Copy of the Town of Caledon Resolution 2015-207 Regarding the Region of Peel Official Plan Amendment 28, Request for Provincial Facilitation

Received 2015-477

See also Resolutions 2015-472 to 2015-476 inclusive, 2015-478, 2015-482 and 2015-483

12.4. Patrick J. Harrington, Aird and Berlis on behalf of Argo Development Corporation, Letter dated June 25, 2015, Regarding Agenda Item 10.7 Provincial Facilitation on Regional Official Plan Amendment Number 28 (ROPA 28)

Received 2015-478

See also Resolutions 2015-472 to 2015-477 inclusive, 2015-482 and 2015-483


Discussion from the June 11, 2015 Regional Council meeting related to the motion placed by Councillor Parrish continued.

Councillor Innis moved to call the question on the motion placed by Councillor Parrish, in its entirety.

Moved by Councillor Parrish,
Seconded by Councillor Medeiros;

Whereas the Town of Caledon is refusing to participate in facilitation;

And whereas, the upcoming OMB hearings will cost the Region hundreds of thousands of dollars;

Therefore be it resolved, that the Town of Caledon, which is refusing to comply with Motion 2015-239, incur all costs including an outside solicitor to represent Caledon for any and all OMB Engagements related to Caledon development, commencing immediately;

And further, that the Town, which is refusing to comply with Motion 2015-239, pay all costs for infrastructure related to the development of the BRES lands unless and until Peel Council agrees this is the best option for future development;

And further, that Regional Staff and Solicitors be instructed to participate in Provincial Facilitation of ROPA 28 based upon the criteria of proximity to already-developed lands, existing-planned servicing infrastructure, and transportation corridors, as well as the principle of complete-community, mixed-use development, with the goal of achieving Minutes of Settlement for presentation to the OMB at the earliest opportunity that would provide for swift approval of ROPA 28, an expansion of ROPA 28 to add lands to the south for employment, and to the west for residential and employment purposes, in order for ROPA 24 to be properly implemented and the 2031A Growth Plan forecast to be met;

And further, that the Regional Staff and Solicitors update Regional Council in a timely and efficient manner on the progress of the Facilitation.

Councillor Parrish raised a point of order that, at the June 11, 2015 Regional Council meeting, she had requested that the motion be split to vote on clauses three and four separately, and that should clauses three and four be approved, she would withdraw clauses one and two.

Regional Chair Dale ruled that the motion was split.

Moved by Councillor Parrish,
Seconded by Councillor Medeiros;

That Regional Staff and Solicitors be instructed to participate in Provincial Facilitation of ROPA 28 based upon the criteria of proximity to already-developed lands, existing-planned servicing infrastructure, and transportation corridors, as well as the principle of complete-community, mixed-use development, with the goal of achieving Minutes of Settlement for presentation to the OMB at the earliest opportunity that would provide for swift approval of ROPA 28, an expansion of ROPA 28 to add lands to the south for employment, and to the west for residential and employment purposes, in order for ROPA 24 to be properly implemented and the 2031A Growth Plan forecast to be met;

And further, that the Regional Staff and Solicitors update Regional Council in a timely and efficient manner on the progress of the Facilitation.

Councillor Innis moved to call the question.

The motion to call the question failed to achieve a two-thirds majority vote.

Councillor Miles stated her opinion that the motion before Council is contrary to resolution 2015-239 from the April 16, 2015 Regional Council meeting.

Councillor Iannicca moved to call the question.

The motion to call the question failed to achieve a two-thirds majority vote.

Councillor Sprovieri asked the Regional Solicitor to advise on the risk to the Region of Peel as a result of Regional Council's consideration of a motion that may be considered as contrary to a previous resolution of Council.

At 10:15 a.m., in accordance with section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, the following motion was placed:

Moved by Councillor Sprovieri,
Seconded by Councillor Shaughnessy;

That Council proceed "In Camera" to consider the following added item:

Carried 2015-479

Moved by Councillor Thompson,
Seconded by Councillor Innis;

That Council move out of "In Camera".

Carried 2015-480

Council moved out of closed session at 10:25 a.m.

Additional Item - Item 16.3 was dealt with.

16. IN CAMERA MATTERS

Staff Reports

16.3. Litigation or Potential Litigation, Including Matters Before Administrative Tribunals, Affecting a Municipality or Local Board (Oral)

Received 2015-481

Councillor Innis advised that the Mayor of the Town of Caledon had written to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to request clarification with respect to the matters that could be addressed through provincial facilitation and she requested that consideration of the motion placed by Councillor Parrish be deferred until the Minister's response has been received.

Moved by Councillor Innis,
Seconded by Councillor Downey;

That consideration of the motion placed by Councillor Parrish with respect to the Region of Peel's participation in Provincial Facilitation of ROPA 28 be deferred.

Councillor Innis requested a recorded vote.

  In Favour: J. Downey, G. Gibson, A. Groves, J. Innis, G. Miles, E. Moore,B. Shaughnessy, J. Sprovieri, A. Thompson
  Total: 9
     
  Opposed: G. Carlson, C. Fonseca, N. Iannicca, L. Jeffrey, J. Kovac, M. Mahoney, S. McFadden, M. Medeiros, M. Palleschi, C. Parrish, K. Ras, P. Saito, R. Starr, J. Tovey
  Total: 14
     
  Absent: B. Crombie
  Total: 1

Lost 2015-482

See also Resolutions 2015-472 to 2015-478 inclusive and 2015-483

Councillor Miles stated that Town of Caledon Councillors were elected by their residents to make decisions for their municipality and that the Town has been consistent in their opposition to the proposed development south of Bolton. She expressed disappointment that Regional Council would take an opposing position to a matter that has achieved consensus at the area municipal level and has the support of the community.

Moved by Councillor Parrish,
Seconded by Councillor Medeiros;

That Regional Staff and Solicitors be instructed to participate in Provincial Facilitation of ROPA 28 based upon the criteria of proximity to already-developed lands, existing-planned servicing infrastructure, and transportation corridors, as well as the principle of complete-community, mixed-use development, with the goal of achieving Minutes of Settlement for presentation to the OMB at the earliest opportunity that would provide for swift approval of ROPA 28, an expansion of ROPA 28 to add lands to the south for employment, and to the west for residential and employment purposes, in order for ROPA 24 to be properly implemented and the 2031A Growth Plan forecast to be met;

And further, that the Regional Staff and Solicitors update Regional Council in a timely and efficient manner on the progress of the Facilitation.

Councillor Innis requested a recorded vote.

  In Favour: G. Carlson, C. Fonseca, N. Iannicca, L. Jeffrey, J. Kovac, M. Mahoney, S. McFadden, M. Medeiros, M. Palleschi, C. Parrish, K. Ras, P. Saito, R. Starr, J. Tovey
  Total: 14
     
  Opposed: J. Downey, G. Gibson, A. Groves, J. Innis, G. Miles, E. Moore, B. Shaughnessy, J. Sprovieri, A. Thompson
  Total: 9
     
  Absent: B. Crombie
  Total: 1

Carried 2015-483

See also Resolutions 2015-472 to 2015-478 inclusive and 2015-482

RESOLUTION 2015-483 RESCINDED BY 2015-826

Councillor Parrish withdrew clauses one and two from the main motion.

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That By-law 45-2015 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council to this point of the meeting held on June 25, 2015 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 Regional Chair and the Regional Clerk, and that the Corporate Seal be affixed thereto.

Carried 2015-484

Items 6.1 to 6.3 inclusive were dealt with.

6. DELEGATIONS

6.1. Jennifer Evans, Chief, Peel Regional Police, Presenting an Overview and Status Report of the Provincial Adequacy Regulations

Received 2015-485

Jennifer Evans, Chief, Peel Regional Police, provided an overview of the demands and pressures on policing, highlighting internet technology, investigations, road safety, court appearances, banquet hall disturbances, domestic disputes, mental health occurrences, aging population, courts and firearms. The Chief reviewed proactive initiatives of the Peel Regional Police including the Community Safety Model, victims assistance, automatic location information and, the Youth in Policing Initiative.

Chief Evans reviewed the Peel Regional Police contribution to community safety and security for the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games and noted that for the fourth consecutive year, Peel Regional Police was identified as a 2015 Canada Top Ten Employer for Young People.

Regional Chair Dale recognized Laurie Williamson, Chair of the Peel Police Services Board and Deputy Chiefs Brian Adams, David Jarvis and Chris McCord, who were in attendance at the meeting.

In response to a question from Councillor Sprovieri, Chief Evans confirmed that the provincial Ministry of Community Safety would be conducting a review of the practice known as "street checks" and that in her experience, street checks provide invaluable investigative information to solve crimes. She stated that Peel Regional Police follow a directive that lists the six circumstances in which officers may conduct street checks and that the Peel Police Services Board has requested her to conduct a review of the practice.

In response to a question from Councillor Starr, Chief Evans advised that officers receive mental health training and that the Peel Regional Police Training Bureau would be increasing its focus in this area.

In response to a question from Councillor Palleschi, the Chief stated that her management team had reviewed all special services units and transferred a number of officers from plain clothes to uniform, so that they are identifiable to the community.

6.2. Deborah Martin-Downs, Chief Administrative Officer and Jeff Payne, Director of Corporate Services, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), Presenting the CVC Budget Update

Received 2015-486

Deborah Martin-Downs, Chief Administrative Officer, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), provided an overview of 2014 municipally shared projects, Peel-only projects, and projects related to Peel Climate Change - Watershed Management, ecosystem, and environmental education. She highlighted 2016 Budget pressures related to the Belfountain Conservation Area, digital transformation and the Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP).

Councillor Iannicca advised that as Chair of the CVC Board of Directors, he would be asking for an increase to the Region of Peel's 2016 utility rate for conservation funding.

6.3. Chandra Sharma, Director, Watershed Strategies, Rocco Sgambelluri, Chief Financial Officer and Sameer Dhalla, Associate Director, Restoration and Infrastructure, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Presenting the TRCA Budget Update

Received 2015-487

Chandra Sharma, Director, Watershed Strategies, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), presented an overview of 2015 TRCA Watershed projects and 2014-2015 work on climate change and infrastructure. She identified future budget pressures with respect to the development of flood mitigation strategies and land management.

Councillor Fonseca highlighted the importance of investment and the collaborative support TRCA provided into the development of tools and data that can benefit the area municipalities and Region of Peel. She commended the Conservation Authorities for their partnership in providing flooding notification.

Item 13.1 was dealt with.

13. OTHER BUSINESS

13.1. Resolution from Councillor Tovey Regarding Rail Infrastructure and the GTA West Corridor

Moved by Councillor Tovey,
Seconded by Councillor Thompson;

Whereas the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is conducting Stage 2 of the Environmental Assessment for the GTA West Transportation Corridor;

And whereas, the proposed GTA West Transportation Corridor is anticipated to be a 4 to 6 lane highway (within a 110m right-of-way) with a separate adjacent 60m right-of-way for transit, as well as potential goods movement priority features;

And whereas, Goods Movement through the transit corridor would require heavy rail;

Therefore be it resolved, that the Region of Peel recommends that MTO ensure that the transit right-of-way is of adequate width to accommodate all potential uses, including the transitway and the potential for heavy and light rail;

And further, that a copy of this resolution be sent to the MTO, the Regions of York and Halton, the Cities of Brampton, Mississauga and Vaughan, and the Towns of Caledon and Halton Hills for their information.

Carried 2015-488

Regional Council recessed at 12:20 p.m.

Regional Council reconvened at 12:54 p.m.

  Members Present:

G. Carlson
F. Dale
J. Downey
C. Fonseca
G. Gibson
A. Groves
N. Iannicca
J. Innis
L. Jeffrey
J. Kovac*¨
M. Mahoney

S. McFadden
M. Medeiros
G. Miles
E. Moore
M. Palleschi
K. Ras
P. Saito
B. Shaughnessy
J. Sprovieri
R. Starr
A. Thompson

       
  Members Absent:

B. Crombie
C. Parrish
J. Tovey

(vacation)
(other municipal business)
(other municipal business)

       
  Also Present: D. Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer; G. Sabat, Commissioner of Service Innovation, Information and Technology; L. Graham-Watson, Commissioner of Corporate Services; S. VanOfwegen, Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer; P. O'Connor, Regional Solicitor and Director of Legal Services; D. Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works; J. Menard, Commissioner of Human Services; J. Smith, Commissioner of Health Services; Dr. E. deVilla, Acting Medical Officer of Health; K. Lockyer, Regional Clerk and Director of Clerk's; C. Thomson, Legislative Specialist; S. Singh, Legislative Technical Coordinator; V. Montesdeoca, Legislative Technical Coordinator


5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - JUNE 11, 2015

9. ITEMS RELATED TO PUBLIC WORKS
Chaired by Councillor R. Starr

9.1. Application by T & T Supermarket Inc. for Exemption Under the Retail Business Holidays Act for Holiday Openings - 715 Central Parkway West - City of Mississauga, Ward 7

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Innis;

That the application by T & T Supermarket Inc. for an individual site exemption under the Retail Business Holidays Act for 715 Central Parkway West, be approved;

And further, that a by-law be presented for enactment to approve the subject application, as set out in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works and the Regional Solicitor, titled "Application by T & T Supermarket Inc. for Exemption Under the Retail Business Holidays Act for Holiday Openings - 715 Central Parkway West, City of Mississauga, Ward 7".

Carried 2015-489

See also Resolution 2015-490

9.2. Retail Business Holidays Act Policy Review

Moved by Councillor McFadden,
Seconded by Councillor Jeffrey;

That Regional staff be directed to undertake a review of applicable policies and processes for the evaluation of applications for exemption to the Retail Business Holidays Act and report back to Regional Council with recommendations.

Carried 2015-490

See also Resolution 2015-489

9.3. Authorization to Execute a Servicing and Cost Contribution Agreement with the Corporation of the City of Mississauga, OMERS Realty Management Corporation and Square One Property Corporation - City of Mississauga, Ward 4

Moved by Councillor Mahoney,
Seconded by Councillor Parrish;

That a servicing and cost contribution agreement be entered into with The Corporation of the City of Mississauga, OMERS Realty Management Corporation and Square One Property Corporation pertaining to the design, construction, timing and financial responsibilities for new municipal infrastructure works, including a new sanitary sewer on Duke of York Boulevard and City Centre Drive in Mississauga, on terms satisfactory to Regional staff.

Carried 2015-491

9.5. Regional Roads Stormwater Management Actions - Status Update

Received 2015-492

9.6. Region of Peel Waste Collection By-law

Moved by Councillor Ras,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That a new Region of Peel Waste Collection By-law, as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works, titled "Region of Peel Waste Collection By-law" be approved;

And further, that the new Region of Peel Waste Collection By-law be presented for enactment to come into force and effect as from January 1, 2016;

And further, that the Region of Peel Waste Collection By-law 47-2014 be repealed effective January 1, 2016;

And further, that the proposed Set Fines Part 1, as generally outlined in Appendix I of the subject report be approved;

And further, that staff submit the proposed Set Fines to the Regional Senior Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice for approval;

And further, that the Regional Solicitor be authorized to approve and implement any minor changes required by the Regional Senior Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice to the Set Fines;

And further, that a copy of the approved Region of Peel Waste Collection By-law and Set Fines, as approved by the Regional Senior Justice, be forwarded to the area municipalities for their information.

Carried 2015-493

See also Resolution 2015- 501

Dan Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works, advised that section 16.1 of the draft Waste Collection By-law had been revised to clarify that the Commissioner is delegated the authority by Council to approve guidelines, standards and manuals including, without limitation, the Waste Collection Design Standard Manual.

In response to a question from Councillor Saito, the Commissioner of Public Works advised that set fines related to the Waste Collection By-law are enforced only in extreme circumstances.

Councillor Kovac arrived at 1:07 p.m.

9.7. Comprehensive Review of the Caledon Groundwater Systems Capacities

Moved by Councillor Groves,
Seconded by Councillor Shaughnessy;

That the Groundwater Capacity review outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works, titled "Comprehensive Review of the Caledon Groundwater Systems Capacities" be adopted;

And further, that staff undertake a capacity base review every 5 years as part of the Master Plan process to determine if conservation efforts have led to lower demands resulting in additional capacity for growth;

And further, that a copy of the subject report be provided to the Town of Caledon Planning Department to assist in the development and review of their respective Village Studies.

Carried 2015-494

9.8 2014 Annual Performance Review of the South Peel Water and Wastewater Management, Operations and Maintenance Agreement with the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA)
Presentation by Mark Schiller, Executive Director, Water and Wastewater Divisions

Received 2015-495

Mark Schiller, Executive Director, Water and Wastewater, advised that in 1997, ownership of the South Peel Water & Wastewater Facilities was transferred from the Province of Ontario to the Region of Peel and that the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the South Peel facilities, under a 10 year agreement with the Region of Peel. He outlined the shared risks between OCWA and the Region of Peel, noting that policies, procedures and resources are in place to effectively manage risk and provide proper control.

Mark Schiller confirmed that the quality, with respect to exceeding compliance with regulatory requirements for drinking water and wastewater effluent, is excellent. The Region of Peel has made a significant long term investment in water and wastewater infrastructure and OCWA continues to improve its performance in routine maintenance, major maintenance, and support of Region of Peel capital projects. Staff will be reporting to Regional Council in 2016 with a proposal to initiate the process for determining the future operations and maintenance of the South Peel Water and Wastewater facilities.


10. COMMUNICATIONS

10.1. Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, Letter dated May 4, 2015, Regarding the Auditor General's Report on Winter Highway Maintenance in Ontario

Received 2015-496

10.2. Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City Clerk's Office, City of Brampton, Letter dated May 8, 2015, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Resolution Regarding the Overloading of Dump Trucks

Received 2015-497

10.5. Marlaine Koehler, Executive Director, Waterfront Regeneration Trust, Letter dated May 28, 2015, Inviting Regional Council to the Launching of the Greenbelt Route on August 19, 2015

Received 2015-498

Additional Item - Item 10.7:

10.7. Michael Melling, Lawyer, Davies Howe Partners LLP, Letter dated June 10, 2015, Regarding Provincial Facilitation, Regional Official Plan Amendment Number 28 (ROPA 28), Solmar Development Corporation

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-476


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

11.1. 2014 Performance Management System Results for Long Term Care Division

Received 2015-499

11.2. Air Quality Modelling and Monitoring

Received 2015-500


12. BY-LAWS

Three Readings:

By-law 33-2015: A by-law to prohibit stopping on Regional Road 12 (Olde Base Line Road) from Creditview Road to Chinguacousy Road on the north and south sides; and to amend By-law Number 15-2013 being a by-law to regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of The Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 34-2015: A by-law to permit T & T Supermarket Inc. to be open on certain holidays for the maintenance or development of tourism, under the Retail Business Holidays Act.

By-law 35-2015: A by-law to regulate the collection of waste in The Regional Municipality of Peel and to repeal By-law Number 47-2014.

Moved by Councillor Saito,
Seconded by Councillor Gibson;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council agenda, being By-laws 33-2015 to 35-2015 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 2015-501

See also Resolutions 2015-489 and 2015-493

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That By-law 43-2015 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council to this point of the meeting held on June 25, 2015 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 Regional Chair and the Regional Clerk, and that the Corporate Seal be affixed thereto.

Carried 2015-502


NEW BUSINESS - JUNE 25, 2015

6. DELEGATIONS

6.1. Jennifer Evans, Chief, Peel Regional Police, Presenting an Overview and Status Report of the Provincial Adequacy Regulations

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-485

6.2. Deborah Martin-Downs, Chief Administrative Officer, Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVC), Presenting the CVC Budget Update

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-486

6.3. Chandra Sharma, Director, Watershed Strategies, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Presenting the TRCA Budget Update

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-487

Additional Items - Items 6.4 and 6.5:

6.4. Skid Crease, Spokesperson, Our Caledon Our Choice, Requesting the Region of Peel to Reject the Motion to Appoint a Provincial Development Facilitator for the Town of Caledon

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-473

6.5. Brian Perras, Owner, BP Landscaping, Regarding Road Safety, Faster Development of Caledon and the Motion Placed By Councillor Parrish

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-474


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

7.1. Peel Manor Redevelopment and Hub Project Update

Received 2015-503

7.2. Status Of The Current (2008-2017) And Future Paramedic Services Capital Facility Plan

Moved by Councillor McFadden,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That Peel Paramedic Services work with Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services to build two future co-located Fire and Paramedic stations; one in Downtown Mississauga, and another at 10th Line and Aquitaine Avenue, subject to future Regional Council budget approval.

Carried 2015-504

7.3. Review of Ambulance Patient Co-payment

Moved by Councillor Mahoney,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That the ambulance patient co-payment issue be referred to the Health System Integration Committee (HSIC) to review potential options and facilitate a policy discussion between the Region of Peel and external health stakeholders.

Carried 2015-505

7.4. Report of the Health System Integration Committee (HSIC - 1/2015) meeting held on June 4, 2015

Moved by Councillor Saito,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That the report of the Health System Integration Committee (HSIC - 1/2015) meeting held on June 4, 2015, be adopted.

Carried 2015-506

1. ELECTION OF CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR

RECOMMENDATION HSIC-1-2015:

That Councillor Saito be elected Chair of the Health System Integration Committee, for a term ending June 4, 2017 or until a successor is appointed.

Approved 2015-507

RECOMMENDATION HSIC-2-2015:

That Councillor Shaughnessy be elected Vice-Chair of the Health System Integration Committee, for a term ending June 4, 2017 or until a successor is appointed.

Approved 2015-508


2. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Councillor Groves notified the Committee of a potential conflict related to her ownership of a medical clinic that forms part of the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network catchment area.


3. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

RECOMMENDATION HSIC-3-2015:

That the agenda for the June 4, 2015, Health System Integration Committee meeting be approved.

Approved 2015-509


4. DELEGATIONS

4.1. Janette Smith, Commissioner of Health Services, Providing an Introduction to the New Health System Integration Committee (HSIC)

Received 2015-510

See also Resolution 2015-511

RECOMMENDATION HSIC-4-2015:

That the Health System Integration Committee (HSIC) be expanded to include some external stakeholders from the broader health system affecting the Region of Peel;

And further, that the Commissioner of Health Services provide examples of potential stakeholders to be approved by the HSIC at its next meeting;

And further that the Terms of Reference for the HSIC be amended to reflect the change in membership.

Approved 2015-511

See also Resolution 2015-510

4.2. Bill MacLeod, Chief Executive Officer, Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) and Scott McLeod, Chief Executive Officer, Central West LHIN, Presenting the Two Community Capacity Study Plans Developed by theLHINs

Received 2015-512


5. REPORTS

5.1. Aging Population Preparedness Planning

Received 2015-513

5.2. Paramedic Health and Safety Update (Oral)
Presentation by Peter Dundas, Chief and Director, Paramedic Services

Received 2015-514

See also Resolution 2015-515

RECOMMENDATION HSIC-5-2015:

That Peel Paramedic Services commence with the procurement process in 2015, which includes a field evaluation, for power load stretchers;

And further, that the funds required to fully implement a comprehensive injury prevention program including the power load stretchers, be requested through the 2016 Council budget process;

And further, that Paramedic Services work in partnership with the union to evaluate the effectiveness of the program, over five years.

Approved 2015-515

See also Resolution 2015-514


6. COMMUNICATIONS

6.1. Dave Wakely, Advanced Care Paramedic, President OPSEU 277, letter Recognizing Peel Regional Paramedic Services as a leader in supporting frontline Paramedics.

Received 2015-516


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

8.1. Region of Peel Early Learning and Child Care Funding and Policy Framework
Presentation by Siobhan Kelly-Davis, Program Manager, Early Years System Division

Received 2015-517

See also Resolution 2015-518

Councillor Kovac departed at 1:23 p.m.

Siobhan Kelly-Davis, Program Manager and Terrence Balliram, Supervisor, Finance and Program Administration, Early Years System Division, provided an overview of the Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) Funding and Policy Framework and highlighted ELCC system outcomes from 2012 to 2014. It is expected that the ELCC Funding and Policy Framework will stabilize the ELCC system, enhance ELCC funding accountability and increase parental choice and access.

Councillor Thompson congratulated staff for their work in developing the Framework.

Moved by Councillor Thompson,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That the new funding and policy framework for licensed child care as set out in the report of the Commissioner of Human Services, titled "Region of Peel Early Learning and Child Care Funding and Policy Framework", be approved;

And further, that Council Resolution 2009-391 be repealed, effective August 1, 2015, thereby permitting licensed for-profit child care providers to apply for fee subsidy agreements with the Region of Peel.

And further, that the Director or designate responsible for the program, be authorized to execute the new funding agreements.

Carried 2015-518

See also Resolution 2015-517


9. ITEMS RELATED TO ENTERPRISE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Chaired by Councillor C. Fonseca

9.1. Residential Growth and Development Within the Built Boundary - 2013 and 2014

This item was withdrawn under Resolution 2015-472

9.2. Employee Group Benefits Contract (Document 2015-330N)

Moved by Councillor Miles,
Seconded by Councillor Gibson;

That the contract (Document 2015-330N) for the Employee Group Benefits with Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada be renewed for a one year term commencing, July 1, 2015 in the estimated annual amount of $26.3 million (excluding applicable taxes), in accordance with Purchasing By-law 113-2013;

And further, that staff be authorized to extend the contract for two additional 12 month terms, based on satisfactory service, performance, and pricing;

And further, that the Director of Purchasing be authorized to increase the Administrative Services Only (ASO) contract expenses as necessary to account for any actual expenditures arising from claims experience incurred during each year.

Carried 2015-519

9.3. 2015 Debt Issuance, Syndicate Appointment and Temporary Borrowing

Moved by Councillor Thompson,
Seconded by Councillor McFadden;

That the Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Finance ("CFO") be authorized to negotiate debenture issue(s) in the maximum principal amount of $41.0 million on behalf of the City of Mississauga for a term not to exceed 16 years;

And further, that the Lead/Co-Managers/Banking Group of the Region of Peel's Canadian Debt Issuance Syndicate for the Term of Council be the BMO Financial Group, CIBC World Markets Inc., National Bank Financial Inc., RBC Capital Markets Inc., Scotia Capital Inc., and TD Bank Financial Group;

And further, that the Treasurer and CFO be authorized to negotiate and sign the Syndicate Agreement, including the percentage allocated to each of the different groups and participants;

And further, that the revised Debt Issuance Committee Terms of Reference, attached as Appendix I to the report of the CFO, titled "2015 Debt Issuance, Syndicate Appointment and Temporary Borrowing," be approved;

And further, that the necessary by-law be presented authorizing the temporary borrowing of monies to meet 2015 expenses of the municipality pending receipt of revenues in accordance with section 407 of the Municipal Act, 2001.

Carried 2015-520

See also Resolution 2015-543

9.4. The Impact of Development Charge Exemptions or Discounts for Affordable Housing Development from Non-Profit Organizations and Housing Permanently Dedicated For Seniors in Need

Moved by Councillor Thompson,
Seconded by Councillor Groves;

That the existing practice of collecting development charges for affordable housing developments from non-profit organizations and housing for seniors in need, be endorsed.

Carried 2015-521

Councillor Miles stated that consideration should be given to waiving Development Charges (DCs) as an incentive for housing partners to build affordable housing and suggested that such decisions should be made on a case-by-case basis.

David Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer, advised that the Region of Peel does not waive DCs but instead, provides a tax funded grant, noting that if DCs were waived for facilities, there would be no guarantee that the facility would remain an affordable housing facility, over time.

Stephen Van Ofwegen, Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services, stated that exemptions to DCs must be system-wide and should not be made on an ad hoc basis.

Councillor Thompson expressed concern that contributions to affordable housing through Habitat for Humanity is not emphasized in the report.

9.5. Impact of Agricultural Development Charge Exemptions and Discounts

Moved by Councillor Thompson,
Seconded by Councillor Downey;

That the existing definition of agriculture use and the existing development charge exemptions for agriculture use, as included in By-law 79-2012, be endorsed and included in the 2015 Development Charges By-law to be brought forward for Council consideration.

Carried 2015-522

9.6. Implementation Services for Salesforce Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Platform, Document Number 2015-034P

Moved by Councillor McFadden,
Seconded by Councillor Mahoney;

That the contract to establish a prequalified list of vendors of record to provide implementation services for the Salesforce Customer Relationship Management platform be awarded to Cloudware Connections Inc., Stratus 360 Inc., PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and IBM Canada Ltd. for a period of one year in accordance with Purchasing By-law 113-2013, based on the terms outlined in the report from the Commissioner of Service Innovation, Information and Technology titled, "Implementation Services for Salesforce Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Platform, Document Number 2014-304P";

And further, that authority be granted to award the contract for five optional 12 month periods, based on the approved budget, in accordance with the terms outlined in this report.

Carried 2015-523


10. COMMUNICATIONS

10.1. George Hanus, President and Chief Executive Officer, Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA), Letter dated May 7, 2015, Providing a Copy of the 2014 GTMA Annual Report

Received 2015-524

10.2. Selma M. Lussenburg, Vice President, Governance, Corporate Safety and Security, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), Letter dated May 11, 2015, Advising Regional Chair Dale of the Election of Members of the Corporation and Board Chair of the GTAA

Received 2015-525

Councillor Miles noted that it appears the City of Toronto is the main benefactor of participation in the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) and she suggested that the role the Region of Peel should play in economic development should be identified to attract business from around the world.

Councillor Jeffrey advised that discussions are taking place and she undertook to report back on the progress of those discussions at the appropriate time.

10.3. Don Given, President, Malone Given Parsons Ltd., Letter dated May 26, 2015, Regarding Provincial Coordinated Review of Land Use Plans Request of Removal of Greenbelt Designations, Sunvalley Estates Limited - Part of Lot 17, Concession 1 - Town of Caledon

Referred to Corporate Services 2015-526

See also Resolution 2015-527

10.4. Don Given, President, Malone Given Parsons Ltd., Letter dated May 28, 2015, Regarding Provincial Coordinated Review of Land Use Plans Request for Protection of Whitebelt Areas - School West Investments Inc. - School Valley Developments Ltd. - School Valley South Ltd. - Brook-Can Holdings Inc. - Old School Road - Town of Caledon

Referred to Corporate Services 2015-527

See also Resolution 2015-526

10.5. Mumtaz Alikhan, Legislative Coordinator, City of Mississauga, Email dated May 28, 2015, Providing a Copy of the City of Mississauga Resolution and Report titled "Provincial Coordinated Land Use Planning Review"

Received 2015-528

10.6. Debbie Thompson, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk, Town of Caledon, Letter dated May 28, 2015, Providing a Copy of the Town of Caledon Resolution and Report titled "2015 Coordinated Review of Provincial Plans"

Received 2015-529

10.7. Debbie Thompson, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk, Town of Caledon, Letter dated May 28, 2015, Providing a Copy of the Town of Caledon Resolution and Report titled "Town of Caledon Comments on the Proposed Legislative Updates to the Planning Act"

Received 2015-530

10.8. Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated June 3, 2015, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Resolution and Report titled "City of Brampton Response to the Provincial 2015 Coordinated Review"

Received 2015-531

10.9. Shauna Danton, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton, Letter dated June 3, 2015, Providing a Copy of the City of Brampton Resolution and Report titled "City of Brampton Response to the Province on Bill 73 - Smart Growth for our Communities Act"

Received 2015-532

11. ITEMS RELATED TO PUBLIC WORKS

11.1. Review of Existing Flashing Speed Limit Zones and Amendment to Traffic By-law 15-2013 on Regional Road 8 (The Gore Road) and Regional Road 9 (King Street) - City of Brampton, Wards 8 and 10, and Town of Caledon, Ward 2

Moved by Councillor Shaughnessy,
Seconded by Councillor Moore;

That the existing flashing 40 kilometres per hour speed limit zone on Regional Road 8 (The Gore Road) from 35 metres (115 feet) north of Fitzpatrick Drive to 90 metres (295 feet) south of Castlemore Road be revised to operate from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and 3:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on school days;

And further, that the existing flashing 40 kilometres per hour speed limit zone on Regional Road 9 (King Street) from 540 metres (1772 feet) west of Heart Lake Road to 520 metres (1706 feet) east of Kennedy Road be revised to operate from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. on school days;

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

And further, that the City of Brampton, Town of Caledon, Peel Regional Police and the Ontario Provincial Police be so advised.

Carried 2015-533

See also Resolution 2015-543

11.2. Parking Prohibition on Regional Road 24 (Charleston Sideroad) from Shaws Creek Road to Regional Road 136 (Main Street)/Cataract Road - Town of Caledon, Ward 1

Moved by Councillor Shaughnessy,
Seconded by Councillor Thompson;

That a parking prohibition be established on the north and south sides of Regional Road 24 (Charleston Sideroad) from Shaws Creek Road to Regional Road 136 (Main Street)/Cataract Road and be in effect from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 7:30 a.m.;

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

And further, that the Ontario Provincial Police and the Town of Caledon be so advised.

Carried 2015-534

See also Resolution 2015-543

11.3. Stopping Prohibition on Regional Road 1 (Mississauga Road) from Hallstone Road/Hereford Street to Financial Drive and Regional Road 15 (Steeles Avenue West) from Creditview Road South to Heritage Road - City of Brampton, Wards 4 and 6

Moved by Councillor Gibson,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That a by-law be enacted for a stopping prohibition on the east and west sides of Regional Road 1 (Mississauga Road) from Hallstone Road/Hereford Street to Financial Drive and on the north and south sides of Regional Road 15 (Steeles Avenue West) from Creditview Road South to Heritage Road at any time in the City of Brampton;

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

And further, that the City of Brampton by-law enforcement and Peel Regional Police be so advised.

Carried 2015-535

See also Resolution 2015-543

11.4. Boundary Road Agreement between The Regional Municipality of Peel and The Regional Municipality of York

Moved by Councillor Groves,
Seconded by Councillor Downey;

That The Regional Municipality of Peel enter into a Boundary Road Agreement with The Regional Municipality of York for the maintenance and repair of that portion of Highway 50 under joint jurisdiction, for a term of 10 years, from January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2018;

And further, that a by-law be enacted authorizing and directing the Regional Clerk to execute the Boundary Road Agreement, the terms of which are satisfactory to the Director of Legal Services.

Carried 2015-536

See also Resolution 2015-543

11.5. Impact of High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes

Received 2015-537

At the request of Councillor Sprovieri, the Commissioner of Public Works was directed to review available literature related to utilization and impact of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes and report back to a future meeting of Regional Council with findings.

11.6. Engineering Services for Water System Improvements in South West Mississauga, Capital Projects 13-1347, 11-1303, 13-1303 and 14-1303, Document Number 2015-101P - City of Mississauga, Wards 1, 2 and 8

Moved by Councillor Ras,
Seconded by Councillor Mahoney;

That the contract (Document 2015-101P) for engineering services for Water System Improvements in South West Mississauga be awarded to GM BluePlan Engineering Limited in the estimated amount of $8,332,499.30 (excluding applicable taxes) under Capital Projects 13-1347, 11-1303, 13-1303 and 14-1303, in accordance with Purchasing By-law 113-2013.

Carried 2015-538

11.7. Backflow Prevention in the Region of Peel

Received 2015-539

11.8. Public Works Receives Water Project of the Year Award at the Global Water Summit

Received 2015-540


12. COMMUNICATIONS

12.1. Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga, Letter dated April 2015, Providing a Copy of the City of Mississauga Resolution 0083-2015 Regarding Micro-Beads

Received 2015-541

12.2. South Georgian Bay Lake Simcoe Source Protection Region, Email dated June 11, 2015, Providing Information Regarding its Source Water Protection Plan that Takes Effect July 1, 2015

Received 2015-542

Additional Items - Items 12.3 and 12.4:

12.3. Debbie Thompson, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk, Town of Caledon, Letter dated June 24, 2015, Providing a Copy of the Town of Caledon Resolution 2015-207 Regarding the Region of Peel Official Plan Amendment 28, Request for Provincial Facilitation

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-477

12.4. Patrick J. Harrington, Aird and Berlis on behalf of Argo Development Corporation, Letter dated June 25, 2015, Regarding Agenda Item 10.7 Provincial Facilitation on Regional Official Plan Amendment Number 28 (ROPA 28)

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-478


13. OTHER BUSINESS

13.1. Resolution from Councillor Tovey Regarding Rail Infrastructure and the GTA West Corridor

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-488


14. NOTICES OF MOTION

Additional Item - Item 14.1:

14.1. Notice of Motion from Councillor Innis Regarding the Appointment of a Lobbyist Registrar and Gift Registrar

Moved by Councillor Innis,
Seconded by Councillor Moore;

Whereas Lobbying is a legitimate and legal activity that is part of an individual's, group's or company's right to communicate with their elected government officials and municipal staff;

And whereas, the purpose of a Lobbyist Registry and a Gift Registry would be to enhance the transparency and integrity of business conducted at the Region of Peel;

And whereas, Section 223.9 of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, provides municipalities with jurisdiction to establish a lobbyist registry and to appoint a lobbyist registrar to provide accountability and transparency respecting persons, groups and companies who lobby municipal public office holders, both elected and non-elected;

And whereas, a lobbyist registry records or regulates communications between public office holders, both elected and non-elected, and those who engage in lobbying activities by tracking communications between them and making this information available for public inspection;

Therefore be it resolved, that The Regional Municipality of Peel (Peel) establish a Lobbyist Registry and a Gift Registry and appoint a Registrar who is responsible for performing in an independent manner the functions assigned by Peel with respect to the Lobbyist Registry and Gift Registry;

And further, that Region of Peel staff develop a framework and the necessary mechanisms to administer the Lobbyist Registry and Gift Registry;

And further, that staff provide Regional Council with detailed information pertaining to the parameters of the application of Section 223.9(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001;

And further, that staff report back to Regional Council by September, 2015 on the establishment and maintenance of a Lobbyist Registry in accordance with the Municipal Act, 2001 in order to keep registrations and returns filed by persons, groups or companies who lobby the Region of Peel's public office holders, both elected and non-elected;

And further, that staff report back to Regional Council by September, 2015 on the establishment and maintenance of a Gift Registry;

And further, that the staff include recommendations on staffing, oversight, the appointment of a Registrar and financial implications, for the consideration of Regional Council.

To be considered at the July 9, 2015 Regional Council meeting

The Chief Administrative Officer was directed by Regional Council to report back to the July 9, 2015 Regional Council meeting with respect to an Integrity Commissioner for the Region of Peel.


15. BY-LAWS

Three Readings:

By-law 38-2015: A by-law to amend the current times of operation of the flashing speed limit zones on Regional Road 8 (The Gore Road) and Regional Road 9 (King Street); and to amend By-law Number 15-2013 being a by-law to regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of The Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 39-2015: A by-law to prohibit parking on both sides of Regional Road 24 (Charleston Sideroad) from Shaws Creek Road to Regional Road 136 (Main Street)/Cataract Road; and to amend By-law Number 15-2013 being a by-law to regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of The Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 40-2015: A by-law to prohibit stopping on both sides of Regional Road 1 (Mississauga Road) from Hallstone Road/Hereford Street to Financial Drive on both sides, and on Regional Road 15 (Steeles Avenue West) from Creditview Road South to Heritage Road, on both sides; and to amend By-law Number 15-2013 being a by-law to regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of The Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 41-2015: A by-law to authorize the execution of an Agreement attached hereto as Schedule "A" between The Regional Municipality of York and The Regional Municipality of Peel for the maintenance and repair of that portion of Highway 50 forming the boundary between The Regional Municipality of York and The Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 42-2015: A by-law to authorize the Temporary Borrowing of Monies to meet Expenses of the Municipality pending receipt of Revenues

Moved by Councillor Sprovieri,
Seconded by Councillor Shaughnessy;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council agenda, being By-laws 38-2015 to 42-2015 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 2015-543

See also Resolutions 2015-520 and 2015-533 to 2015-536 inclusive


16. IN CAMERA MATTERS

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


Approval of Minutes

16.1. June 11, 2015 Regional Council Closed Session Report

Received 2015-544

16.2. Proposed Amendment to Clearing Depository Services Fee Schedule (Litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting a municipality or local board)

Received 2015-545

Additional Item - Item 16.3:

16.3. Litigation or Potential Litigation, Including Matters Before Administrative Tribunals, Affecting a Municipality or Local Board (Oral)

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-481


17. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Jeffrey,
Seconded by Councillor Thompson;

That By-law 44-2015 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on June 25, 2015, 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 2015-546


18. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting adjourned at 1:50 p.m.




K. Lockyer
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Regional Clerk

F. Dale
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Regional Chair