THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

OCTOBER 26, 1978

 

Chairman L. H. Parsons called the meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel to order at 1:30 p.m.

Councillor E. Mitchell recited the opening prayer

Council observed one minute of silence in memory of Mr. Cyril Henderson.

All members were present except Councillor Leavers who arrived at 1:45 p.m.; Councillor McCallion who arrived at 2:00 p.m. and Councillor Searle who arrived at 1:55 p.m.

Moved by Councillor L. C. Taylor,
Seconded by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

That the minutes of the meeting held on October 12, 1978, be adopted.

Carried 78-407

Moved by Councillor L. C. Taylor,
Seconded by Councillor F. R. Dalzell;

That the Agenda be approved.

Carried 78-408

A list of additional items was submitted by the Clerk and added to the Agenda with the consent of Council.

DELEGATIONS

a) Mr. R. Di Paolo, President of Will-Rico Construction and Investment Ltd., was scheduled to appear before Council with respect to the execution of subdivision agreement for Plan of Subdivision 21T-77015. However he was informed that a report of the Commissioner of Public Works to be considered later in the meeting would satisfy his request and therefore it was not necessary for Mr. Di Paolo to address Council.

b) Mr. Brian Dubeau, Vice-president and General Manager of Peretang-Midland Coach Lines Ltd., addressed Council and requested the Region's support for a proposed bus service from Bolton to the Toronto International Airport and downtown Toronto.

c) Mr. R. V. Doty, Manager of Canadian National Railway, Toronto Area appeared before Council regarding the Bramport Intermodal Terminal.

d) Mr. Anderson of Dustane Developments appeared before Council to request the execution of a subdivision agreement for proposed plan of subdivision 21T-77076C.

e) Mrs. Grace Patterson representing the Environmental Law Association addressed Council regarding the Bramport Intermodal Terminal.

f) Mr. John Van Eeden addressed Council on behalf of residents in the area south of the Canadian National Railway tracks in Malton, regarding the Bramport Intermodal Terminal.

It was agreed that the Notices of Motion by Councillor McKechnie would be considered at this point in the meeting.

Moved by Councillor F. J. McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

Be it resolved that a list of all documents received by the Region of Peel which are received on a confidential basis, be prepared for each Council meeting and circulated to Council members.

The following amendment was proposed:

Moved by Councillor E. Mitchell,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

And further, that a list of any confidential items of Unfinished Business of all Regional matters be presented to Council.

Both Councillor McKechnie's motion and Councillor E. Mitchell's amendment were considered as follows:

Be it resolved that a list of all documents received by the Region of Peel which are received on a confidential basis, be prepared for each Council meeting and circulated to Council members.

And further, that a list of any confidential items of Unfinished Business of all Regional matters be presented to Council.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor H. McCallion:

In favour: Allan, Archdekin, Bean, Butt, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hooper, Kennedy, Kolb, Leavers, McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Mitchell, Raeburn, Robertson, Searle, Spence, Taylor, Whillans.
  Total 20
   
Opposed: Hunter.
  Total 1
   
Absent: Nil

The motion of Councillor F. J. McKechnie, as amended, was carried 78-409

The Clerk was requested to report on the manner in which Resolution 78-409 would be implemented.

Moved by Councillor F. J. McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

Be it resolved that the Region of Peel fund an independent noise study to determine the level of existing and anticipated noise in the area of the Canadian National Railway spur line and associated tracks The following amendment was proposed by Councillor P. Robertson:

And further, that this study address the environmental concerns of the residents of Malton, Bramalea and Toronto Gore.

The following amendment to the amendment was proposed by Councillor F. R. Dalzell:

And further, that staff seek proposals at a cost not to exceed $2,500.00.

The amendment to the amendment was considered first.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor F. J. McKechnie:

In favour: Robertson.
  Total 1
   
Opposed: Allan, Archdekin, Butt, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hooper, Hunter, Kennedy, Kolb, Leavers, McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Mitchell, Raeburn, Searle, Spence, Taylor, Whillans.
  Total 19.
   
Absent: Bean.
  Total 1

The amendment to the amendment to the motion of Councillor F. J. McKechnie was lost 78-410

The amendment to Councillor McKechnie's motion was then considered.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor F. J. McKechnie;

In favour: McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Mitchell, Robertson, Searle, Taylor.
  Total 7.
   
Opposed: Allan, Archdekin, Butt, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hooper, Hunter, Kennedy, Kolb, Leavers, Raeburn, Spence, Whillans.
  Total 13.
   
Absent: Bean.
  Total 1

The amendment to the motion of Councillor F. J. McKechnie was lost 78-411

The original motion of Councillor F. J. McKechnie was then considered.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor F. J. McKechnie;

In favour: McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Mitchell, Robertson, Searle, Taylor.
  Total 7.
   
Opposed: Allan, Archdekin, Butt, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hooper, Hunter, Kennedy, Kolb, Leavers, Raeburn, Spence, Whillans.
  Total 13.
   
Absent: Bean.
  Total 1.

The motion of Councillor F. J. McKechnie was lost 78-412

Moved by Councillor F. J. McKechnie,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

Whereas to date the Canadian National Railway have not agreed to all of the requests of Peel Region with regard to matters surrounding the Canadian National Railway Intermodal Terminal;

And whereas by their actions have indicated that they do not intend to comply with certain requirements, i.e. site plan, landscaping, etc.;

Be it resolved that the Legal Department be asked to seek an injunction through the Courts to restrain Canadian National Railway from doing any further work on the Intermodal Terminal pending a satisfactory settlement of the concerns of the Region of Peel and its citizens.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor M. H. Spence;

In favour: Bean, McCallion, McKechnie, Miller, Mitchell, Searle, Spence.
  Total 7.
   
Opposed: Allan, Archdekin, Clarkson, Dalzell, Hooper, Hunter, Kennedy, Leavers, Raeburn, Robertson, Taylor, Whillans.
  Total 12
   
Absent: Butt, Kolb.
  Total 2.

The motion of Councillor F. J. McKechnie was lost 78-413

Moved by Councillor M. H. Spence,
Seconded by Councillor H. McCallion;

That the staff of the Region of Peel, the City of Brampton and the City of Mississauga review the report entitled "The Report to the Canadian National Railway Company on Environmental Design Suggestions for the Proposed New Intermodal Terminal to be located in the City of Brampton" and prepare a report for the consideration of Regional Council.

Carried 78-414

COMMUNICATIONS

a) Copy of a telegram received from Mayor Edmund Morris and Members of the Halifax City Council with respect to the passing of Mr. Cyril Henderson.

Received.

b) Mr. Brent W. Swanick, Barrister & Solicitor, Legal Services Division Markborough Properties Limited, requesting authorization for the execution of an engineering agreement with respect to rezoning 0Z-52-77 (Syntex).

Received.

c) The Ontario Provincial Police, Snelgrove Detachment 05-16, in response to Council's resolution (PW-218-78) regarding the provision of more patrols along Regional Road 7 through the Village of Caledon East.

Received.

d) The Ontario Police Commission enclosing copies of Orders in Council with respect to the re-appointment of Mr. William Appleton and Mr. Russell K. Cooper to the Board of Commissioners of Police for the Region of Peel.

Received.

e) Mr. A. De. Boer, President - Holland Christian Homes., requesting grants from the Region of Peel and the City of Brampton in the amounts of $75,000.00 and $125,000.00 respectively to help their project at the corner of Steeles Avenue and McLaughlin Road.

Received and Referred to the Grants Review Subcommittee.

f) The Ministry of the Environment enclosing a cheque in the amount of $330,940.51 as interim payment under the Province's Grants Program to assist in the funding of water and sewage facilities.

Received with thanks.

g) Peel Regional Board of Commissioners of Police with respect to the Dixie Divisional Building (New 12 Division).

Received.

The Regional Chairman was authorized to issue invitations on behalf of the new Council for the opening ceremonies at the Bloor Dixie Division Building on December 13, 1978.

h) The Honourable Lorne Maeck, Minister of Revenue, in response to Council's resolution (AF-156-78) with respect to the provision of information for regional apportionment purposes.

Received.

i) Mr. Robert H. Beach, Regional Assessment Commissioner, regarding the 1978 Enumeration in September of this year.

Received.

j) Mrs. Helen Henderson thanking Council for flowers sent in memory of Mr. C. McC. Henderson.

Received.

k) R. G. Andrews of Aercoustics Engineering Ltd to the Canadian Environmental Law Association regarding a noise study of the Canadian National Railway spur line in Malton.

Received.

Moved by Councillor J. E. Archdekin,
Seconded by Councillor F. H. S. Hooper;

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

Carried 78-415

 

REPORTS

a) Report of the Regional Chairman (RC-78-13) regarding the appointment of an Acting Chief Administrative Officer.

CW-134-78:

That Council, ratify the continuing appointment of Richard L. Frost, as Acting Chief Administrative Officer, pending the selection of a new Chief Administrative Officer by Regional Council.

Approved 78-416-1

CW-135-78:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That Mr. Larry Button be and is hereby appointed Acting Regional Clerk during the period that Richard L. Frost is Acting Chief Administrative Officer;

And further, that George Bartlett be and is hereby appointed Acting Regional Solicitor pending the selection of a successor to L. W. Stewart.

Approved 78-416-2

CW-136-78:

Moved by Councillor E. Kolb;

That the Regional Chairman arrange suitable advertising for the position of Chief Administrative Officer and that a committee made up of the Chairman of the Standing Committees plus the Regional Chairman of the 1979-80 Council be established to review applications, conduct interviews and recommend a candidate to Council for consideration.

Approved 78-416-3

b) Report of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO-78-47) with respect to Will-Rico Construction & Investments Ltd.

Received 78-416-4

c) Report of the Acting Chief Administrative Officer regarding an appointment to Sheridan College Board of Governors.

CW-137-78:

That Mr. James G. Aziz of 2068 Kawartha Crescent in Mississauga be appointed as the Region's representative on the Sheridan College Board of Governors effective January 1, 1979, to December 31, 1982;

And further, that Mr. W. M. Cooke be advised with regret of his ineligibility to sit on the Board.

Approved 78-416-5

d) Report of the Acting Chief Administrative Officer with respect to a subdivision agreement with Bramalea Limited, Block W, Plan M-76, 21T77025B, City of Brampton.

CW-138-78:

That the necessary by-law authorizing the execution of a Subdivision Agreement between Bramalea Limited, the City of Brampton and the Region of Peel with respect to plan of subdivision 21T-77025B be presented to Council.

Approved 78-416-6

e) Report of the Acting Chief Administrative Officer with respect to an enquiry by Councillor McKechnie regarding the Bramport Intermodal Terminal.

Received 78-416-7

f) Report of the Acting Chief Administrative Officer with respect to the Bramport Intermodal Terminal.

Received 78-416-8

g) Report of the Regional Clerk regarding Computer Services.

CW-139-78:

That the following recommendations contained within the Report on Joint Computer Services be endorsed:

"a) That a Joint Data Centre for both Police and Region not be considered;

b) That a Steering Committee be established consisting of representatives of the Peel Regional Police Force, Region of Peel, Management Information Systems and the Ontario Police Commission, with the authority to monitor and recommend on new Police applications;

c) That systems and programming development personnel resources within Management Information Systems be viewed as the resource pool."

Approved 78-416-9

CW-140-78:

That systems and programming development personnel resources within the Management Information Systems Branch of the Regional Finance Department be made available as the technical resources for design and programming support and/or act in a co-ordinating capacity with the Police Force in developing and monitoring technical requirements;

And further, that the data processing for administrative or business requirements of the Police continue to be served through the Region's facilities, and the operation data processing requirements of the Police be served by computing facilities under their operational control.

Approved 78-416-10

CW-141-78:

That the letter from the Peel Board of Commissioners of Police regarding Joint Regional and Police Computer Services dated September 1, 1978 be received;

And further, that the Board of Commissioners of Police be requested to undertake the report on the possible sharing of computer services with the Halton Regional Police Department through the Police/Region Committee on Joint Computer Services.

Approved 78-416-11

h) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to additional financing requirements of the Herridge Reservoir Feedermain South Peel Waterworks System (Project No. 90483-771970).

CW-142-78:

That additional funds be approved in the amount of $458,000.00 for land acquisition for the Herridge Reservoir Feedermain (Project No. 9048377 1 970);

And further, that the provision for Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation grants and the Ministry of the Environment grants on the Herridge Reservoir Feedermain be increased by $89,500.00 and $68,500.00 respectively as a result of increased total project costs;

And further, that Capital Development Funds be transferred to the Herridge Reservoir Feedermain from the Lakeview Laboratory, Administration and Supervisory System (Project No. 90483-781910) in the amount of $248,500.00 and from the 1978 Miscellaneous Design for Future Works Provision (Project No. 90483-781900) in the amount of $51,500.00;

And further, that by-laws be presented to Council to amend By-law 145-77 to provide for the increased costs of the Herridge Feeder Watermain Project and to amend By-law 135-78 to reflect the reduced costs of the Lakeview Water Purification Plant Expansion Project.

Approved 78-416-12

i) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to Amendment 284 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga Planning Area.

CW-143-78:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment 284 to the City of Mississauga Official Plan with respect to all lands within Registered Plan 331 fronting on Doulton Drive, Mississauga Road and Blythe Road;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated October 6, 1978 concerning Amendment 284 be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and the Ontario Municipal Board for information.

Approved 78-416-13

j) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to conditions of draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-78026M, Hemus Development Company Limited.

CW-144-78:

That Regional Council draft approve plan of subdivision 21T-78026M by Hemus Development Company Limited with respect to lands situated on the southeast corner of Dundas Street and Cedarglen Gate in the City of Mississauga subject to those conditions contained in Schedule C attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 12, 1978 and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 12, 1978 on plan of subdivision 21T-78026M be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 78-416-14

k) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to conditions of draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-78027M, M. Gogek in Trust - City of Mississauga.

CW-145-78:

That Regional Council draft approve plan of subdivision 21T-78027M by M. Gogek in Trust with respect to lands situated west of Creditview Road north of Burnhamthorpe Road in the City of Mississauga subject to those conditions contained in Schedule C attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 12, 1978 and that the Regional Chairman be authorized to sign the plan;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 12, 1978 on plan of subdivision 21T-78027M be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 78-416-15

l) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to a request for extension of draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-76016B Revised, Delta Equities and Development Corporation Limited, City of Brampton.

CW-146-78:

That the period of draft approval for draft plan of subdivision 21T-76016B Revised, Delta Equities, in the City of Brampton, be extended for an additional six month period from October 22, 1978 to April 22, 1979;

And further, that the applicant-owner, their consultant and the City of Brampton be advised of this decision.

Approved 78-416-16

m) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to conditions of draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-78016M, Briarview Holdings Incorporated.

CW-147-78:

That Regional Council draft approve plan of subdivision 21T-78016M by Briarview Holdings Incorporated with respect to lands situated at the southwest corner of Rathburn Road and Meadows Boulevard in the City of Mississauga subject to those conditions contained in Schedule C attached to the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 10, 1978;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 10, 1978 on plan of subdivision 21T-78016M be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the Ministry of Housing and the applicant for information.

Approved 78-416-17

n) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to a request for extension of draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-76026M, W. D. Courtney in Trust, City of Mississauga.

CW-148-78:

That the period of draft approval for draft plan of subdivision 21T-76026M, W.D. Courtney in Trust, in the City of Mississauga, be extended for a further period of six months from September 23, 1978 to March 23, 1979;

And further, that the applicant, his consultant, the City of Mississauga and all agencies who are affected by the conditions of draft approval be advised of this decision.

Approved 78-416-18

o) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to a request for extension of draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-76011M, 271867 Ontario Limited, City of Mississauga.

CW-149-78:

That a six month extension period for final approval and registration from October 4, 1978 be granted to the draft approval for plan of subdivision 21T-76011M by 271867 Ontario Limited, and that the owner, his agent and the City of Mississauga be advised of this decision.

Approved 78-416-19

p) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to Amendment 292 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga.

CW-150-78:

That the Ministry of Housing be advised that the Region of Peel has no objections to the approval of Amendment 292 to the Official Plan for the City of Mississauga;

And further, that a copy of the Commissioner of Planning's report dated October 16, 1978 concerning Amendment 292 be forwarded to the City of Mississauga and the Ministry of Housing for information.

Approved 78-416-20

q) Report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding the review of the report of the Ontario Residential Condominium Study Group.

CW-151-78:

Moved by Councillor L. C. Taylor;

That staff be directed to make the necessary arrangements to implement individual water metering for condominiums.

Approved 78-416-21

CW-152-78:

That the Region of Peel commend the authors of the report of the Ontario Residential Condominium Study group for their thorough coverage of the topic; and that the report of the Commissioner of Planning dated October 26, 1978 together with attachments be sent to the Area Municipalities for their information;

And further, that the Region support the recommendations in the report with the exception of:

a) Recommendation 40 (education of sales personnel is viewed by the Study Group as a means of better informing the public about condominium living and purchasing. The Region's report proposes licensing rather than education as a way of controlling knowledge and practices of sales persons)

b) Recommendation 56 (Self-regulation of condominium managers has been proposed by the Study Group. Regional staff feel that a strengthening of this area may be achieved by making the licensing and registration of condominium managers a mandatory practice)

And further, that Recommendation 56 be opposed and that it be requested that Recommendation 40 be amended to require that sales personnel be educated and licensed;

And further, that the Region urge the Province to immediately proceed with establishment of the Office of the Registrar within the Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations, as recommended;

And further, that the Province consider investigating means by which condominium maintenance fees might be reduced.

Approved 78-416-22

r) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to final approval of draft plan of subdivision 21T-76012B, Goldids Investments Limited, City of Brampton.

Received 78-4 16-23

s) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to final approval of draft plan of subdivision 21T-76035a, Sunrose Estates Limited, City of Brampton.

Received 78-416-24

t) Report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding Part Lot Control By-laws.

Received 78- 416-25

u) Report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding minor amendments to conditions of draft approval.

Received 78-416-26

v) Report of the Commissioner of Planning regarding minor amendments to conditions of draft approval.

Received 78-416-27

w) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for grading, drainage, granular base and hot mix paving for the On-Site Road (Project No. 904-43-776253, Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site).

CW-153-78:

That the tender from Fermer Paving Ltd., in the amount of $299,899.60 for Grading, Drainage, Granular Base and Hot Mix Paving for the On-Site Road (Project No. 904-43-776253), Britannia Sanitary Landfill Site, be accepted, this being the lowest tender received and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents;

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council to amend By-law 210-77 to include the additional 1978 Capital Budget approval of $2,020,000.00 for the development of the site, to be financed from the following sources:

Current Revenue $17,300.00
Debentures (O.M.B. Order #E78345) $2,002,700.00
$2,020,000.00

Approved 78-416-28

x) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to pedestrian crossing signals on Airport Road in Caledon East, (Recommendation PW-21878).

Referred back to the Public Works Committee 78-416-29

y) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the intersection of Bovaird Drive and Kennedy Road.

CW-154-78:

That because of the increasing traffic problems at the intersections of Bovaird Drive and Kennedy Road with Regional Road 16 ("Cut-off"), the Ministry of Transportation and Communications be requested to undertake immediate interim improvements on that part of Bovaird Drive between Highway 10 and Kennedy Road including improvements and traffic signals at the intersection of Bovaird Drive and Kennedy Road.

Approved 78-416-30

z) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to a request for speed reduction on Dixie Road at Williams Parkway.

CW-155-78:

That a by-law be enacted to extend the existing 60 km/h speed limit on Dixie Road to a point 300 metres (1000 feet) north of Williams Parkway.

Approved 78-416-31

aa) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to speed reduction during construction of Canadian National Railway Overpass.

CW-156-78:

That in order to facilitate the construction of the Canadian National Railway overpass on Steeles Avenue, a by-law be enacted to reduce the speed limit to 50 km/h on Steeles Avenue from Airport Road to Goreway Drive;

And further, that a by-law be enacted to reduce the speed limit to 40 km/h on Steeles Avenue from a point 525 metres east of Airport Road to a point 905 metres east of Airport Road.

Approved 78-416-32

bb) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to an application to close Road No. 5 (Derry Road) by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 528, Malton- Application No. 14-78.

C W-157-78:

That application No. 14-78 by the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 528, Malton, to close Road No. 5, between Goreway Drive and Legion Road on November 11, 1978, be approved.

Approved 78-416-33

cc) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the preservicing of subdivision 21T- 77028, Kathrose Developments, City of Mississauga.

Received 78-416-34

dd) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an engineering agreement with Catan Construction Company, C.A. "B" 8, 9 and 10/78, City of Mississauga.

CW-158-78:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute an engineering agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between Catan Construction Company, a mortgagee, the City of Mississauga and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service three proposed building lots created by land division, located on the west side of Clarkson Road, north of Angela Crescent, Files "B" 8, 9, and 10/78M.

Approved 78-416-35

ee) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the execution of an engineering agreement with 285239 Ontario Limited, 21T-74320, City of Mississauga.

CW-159-78:

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute an engineering agreement on behalf of the Regional Municipality of Peel between 285239 Ontario Limited, mortgagees, the City of Mississauga, and the Regional Municipality of Peel to provide for the construction of public utilities to service an industrial development located on the west side of Bramalea Road, north of Derry Road, plan of subdivision 21T-74320.

Approved 78-416-36

ff) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to City of Brampton Traffic By-law 236-78, 237-78, 238-78, 260-78, 261-78 and 262-78, be approved.

CW-160-78:

That the City of Brampton's Traffic By-laws 236-78, 237-78, 238-78, 260-78, 261-78 and 262-78, be approved.

Approved 78-416-37

gg) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to City of Mississauga Road Closing By-law 573-78.

CW-161-78:

That the Region of Peel offer no objection to City of Mississauga By-law 573-78, a by-law to close a three foot strip across Fowler Drive west of Erin Mills Parkway, designated as Part 1 on Plan 43R-5758, subject to the necessary easements for a watermain and sanitary sewer.

Approved 78-416-38

hh) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to City of Mississauga Traffic By-law 673-78.

CW-162-78:

That City of Mississauga Traffic By-law 673-78 be approved.

Approved 78-416-39

ii) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to City of Brampton By-laws 210-78 and 211-78.

CW-163-78:

That City of Brampton Traffic By-laws 210-78 and 211-78 not be approved.

Not Approved 78-416-40

CW-164-78:

That City of Brampton Traffic By-laws 210-78 and 211-78 be approved.

Approved 78-416-41

jj) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to City of Brampton By-laws 216-78 and 217-78.

CW-165-78:

That the City of Brampton's Traffic By-laws 216-78 and 217-78 be approved.

Approved 78-416-42

kk) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the cost of improvements to Derry Road from Torbram Road to Malton.

CW-166-78:

That the widening of Derry Road to four lanes between Torbram Road and Malton not be carried out in 1978 and further that improvements to this portion of Derry Road in the recommended manner (Scheme No. 1) presently estimated to cost $360,000.00, be referred to the 1979 Capital Budget deliberations.

Approved 78-416-43

ll) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the Clarkson Sewage Pumping Station.

CW- 167-78:

That the Clarkson Sewage Pumping Station be upgraded, and a new forcemain installed, as described in the report to Public Works Committee dated October 19, 1978;

and that a by-law be presented to Council to authorize upgrading of the Clarkson Sewage Pumping Station and to decrease the cost from $215,000.00 to $75,000.00 to be financed from Development Funds, with the surplus to be reallocated as follows:

$45,000.00 current revenue to Park Royal Flood Relief(90433-782210)
$20,000.00 development funds to unallocated (90433-782200)
$75,000.00 debentures OMB Order E76551 to unallocated (90433782200)

And further, that the contract for the construction of a 12 inch diameter forcemain for the Clarkson Sewage Pumping Station at Lakeshore Road West in the City of Mississauga be awarded to the lowest bidder, Ravane Construction Limited, for their tender price of $24,261.99; and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents. (Project No. 90433-772120);

And further, that By-laws 104-77 and 121-78 be repealed.

Approved 78-416-44

mm) Report of the commissioner of Public Works with respect to the Park Royal Flood Studies- 1978 Capital Budget.

CW-168-78:

That the $250,000.00 Region share of the Park Royal Flood Relief works be funded from the following sources:

78-2210 Park Royal Flood Relief - debentures - OMB Order E751724 $100,000.00
Park Royal Flood Relief - debentures - OMB Order E75969 $ 40,000.00
77-2120 Clarkson Sewage Pumping Station - current revenue $ 45,000.00
78-2200 Unallocated - current revenue $ 8,600.00
78-2200 Unallocated - debentures - OMB Order E76551 $ 20,900.00
78-2270 James Street replacement - current revenue $ 30,000.00
78-2310 Fewster Drive - current revenue $ 5,500.00
Total $250,000.00

And further, that a by-law be presented to Council to authorize the expenditure of the necessary funds.

Approved 78-416-45

nn) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works and Commissioner of Engineering, Works & Building, City of Mississauga, with respect to the Park Royal Flood Studies.

CW-169-78:

That the necessary works required to improve the storm and sanitary drainage systems in the Park Royal area be undertaken as follows:

a) All sanitary drainage improvements to be undertaken at the total expense of the Region;

b) All storm drainage improvements to be undertaken by the City of Mississauga and that the Region contribute to these works by means of a grant in the amount of $250,000.00.

Approved 78-416-46

oo) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to WillRico Construction and Investments Limited, proposed plan of subdivision 21T-77015.

CW-170-78:

That an Interim Additional Waterworks Levy clause, as attached to the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated October 23, 1978 be appended to the standard Regional levy requirements in the subdivision agreement for Will-Rico Construction and Investments Limited. (21T-77015);

And further, that the Interim Additional Waterworks Levy clause as attached to above report, be included in all new agreements executed by the Region prior to June 1, 1979, covering subdivision developments in the Town of Caledon which are similarly serviced by Regional water supply;

And further, that staff report back to Council by March 31, 1979 with recommendations for a long term Regional levy policy which deals equitably with the provision of water from wells;

And further, that a by-law authorizing the execution of the subdivision agreement be presented to Council.

Approved 78-416-47

pp) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to bank signing authority.

CW-171-78:

That any two of the following positions be authorized as Bank Signing Authorities for the purpose of all cheques drawn on the Region's bank accounts and that all permanent or acting persons appointed to these positions have full signing authority for all cheques drawn on the Region's bank accounts:

- Chairman
- Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance
- Chief Administrative Officer
- Director of Finance Services
- Regional Solicitor

and further that all previous resolutions with respect to bank signing authority be rescinded.

Approved 78-416-48

qq) Report of the Commissioner of Social Services regarding maintenance repairs to the Civic Centre Day Care building.

CW-172-78:

That maintenance and repairs to the Civic Centre Day Care Building be approved at a cost not to exceed $49,650.00, to be subsidized on a 50% cost sharing basis by the Ministry of Community and Social Services;

And further, that Regional capital funds be approved in the amount of $24,825.00 to be provided by the transfer of $4,000.00 from the Sheridan Villa Air Conditioning Installation (Project No. 90633-776050) and $20,825.00 from 1978 Current Revenue, financed through savings in other Social Service operations or from contingency to the extent that such savings are not available;

And further, that a by-law be authorized for presentation to Council for the proposed work, and that By-law 187-77 be amended to reflect the transfer of funds from the Sheridan Villa Air Conditioning project.

Approved 78-416-49

rr) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending the acceptance of a tender for the installation of water meters.

CW-173-78:

That the tender received from Bramalea Plumbing and Heating Limited for the installation of water meters, as Project 78-1431, in the amount of $27,850.00 be accepted.

Approved 78-416-50

C W-174-78:

Moved by Councillor J. E. Archdekin;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 78-416-51

Moved by Councillor H. E. Kennedy,
Seconded by Councillor F. H. S. Hooper;

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

Carried 78-416

BY-LAWS

It was noted by the Clerk that the preamble to each of By-laws 174-78 and 175-78 was amended to clarify the intent of these by-laws.

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson,
Seconded by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

That the By-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 171-78 to 181-78 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 78-417

By-law 171-78 - To authorize the construction of sanitary sewers and private drain connections to service certain properties on Highway 7 west of Highway 10, in the City of Brampton at a total estimated cost of $22,000.00.

By-law 172-78 - To authorize speed limits on Steeles Avenue during the construction period of the Canadian National Railway Overpass.

By-law 173-78 - To amend By-law Number 138-77, being a by-law to authorize the construction of a watermain on Mississauga Road in the City of Brampton.

By-law 174-78 - To amend By-law Number 135-78, being a by-law to authorize payment to the Crown for costs incurred in the engineering, design and construction of the Lakeview Water Purification Plant expansion, including equipment for the Lakeview High Lift Pumping Station, and of the computer-based supervisory system at the Lorne Park Water Purification Plant, and to authorize the withdrawal of $848,500.00 from the Capital Development Fund, and to repeal By-laws Number 150-77 and 32-78.

By-law 175-78 - To amend By-law 145-77, being a by-law to authorize payment to the crown for costs incurred in the engineering design and construction of 20,000 linear feet of feeder watermain from the Lorne Park Water Purification Plant to the Herridge Pumping Station and Reservoir and to authorize the withdrawal of $223,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 176-78 - To authorize the undertaking of repairs and maintenance to the Civic Centre Day Care Building at a total estimated cost of $49,650.00

By-law 177-78 - To amend By-law Number 187-78, being a by-law to authorize the installation of air conditioning in the Sheridan Villa Home for the Aged.

By-law 178-78 - To authorize the upgrading of the existing Clarkson Sewage Pumping Station in the City of Mississauga at a total estimated cost of $75,000.00 and to repeal By-laws Number 104-77 and 121-78.

By-law 179-78 - To authorize a contribution in the amount of $250,000.00 toward the Park Royal Flood Relief Works.

By-law 180-78 - To authorize the withdrawal of funds from the Capital Development Fund for the oversizing of a watermain on Matheson Boulevard to service Plan of Subdivision 21T-24815 in the City of Mississauga.

By-law 181-78 - To amend By-law Number 210-77, being a by-law to authorize the development of the Central Britannia Road sanitary landfill site in the City of Mississauga including the acquisition of land.

 

RESOLUTIONS

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor F. Bean;

That the Regional Chairman report to the Administration and Finance Committee about the Bramport Terminal and our staff involvement and what remedies will be taken so that matters like this will not occur again.

Carried 78-418

Moved by Councillor H. M. Allan,
Seconded by Councillor J. E. Archdekin;

That the Region of Peel support the proposal of Penetang-Midland Coach Lines Ltd for bus service from Bolton to the Toronto International Airport and downtown Toronto;

And further, that the Director of Transportation Planning be authorized to attend the upcoming hearing in support of the Region's position.

Carried 78-419

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That all Regional government posts open to appointment be advertised.

Carried 78-420

Moved by Councillor L. C. Taylor,
Seconded by Councillor K. G. Whillans;

That the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute an Engineering Agreement between Markborough Properties, the City of Mississauga and the Region for a proposed development (Rezoning OZ-52-77) located north of Highway 401 and west of Mississauga Road, subject to staff processing of the agreements.

Carried 78-42 1

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson,
Seconded by Councillor H. M. Allan;

That the Chairman and the Clerk be authorized to execute a subdivision agreement with Dustane Developments with respect to plan of subdivision 21T-77076 in the Town of Caledon subject to the usual staff approvals.

Carried 78-422

Moved by Councillor F. Leavers,
Seconded by Councillor F. J. McKechnie;

That the City of Mississauga By-law Number 618-78 be approved

Carried 78-423

 

NOTICES OF MOTION

Dealt with in conjunction with delegations.


ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor H. M. McCallion requested a staff report on the impact of the devaluation of the dollar on the Region's borrowing.

b) Councillor P. Robertson inquired about the progress being made on the assumption of Airport Road by the Provincial Government. The Regional Chairman advised that he was waiting for a report from the Warden of Dufferin County on the decision of the County's Roads Committee. The Chairman also advised that he would contact Dufferin County again after the Inaugural Meeting of Regional Council.

The following information was received:

a) Sanitary Sewer Charge Appeal Committee - agenda for meeting of October 24, 1978.

b) Ontario Good Roads Association - Notice of 1979 Convention to be held at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto, from February 26 - 28, 1979.

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson,
Seconded by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

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

Carried 78-424

 

REPORTS

a) Report Number 77 of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the expropriation of lands for the reconstruction of Cawthra Road.

CW-175-78:

That a by-law be presented to Council to authorize the following offer:

Estate of Margaret H. O'Brien - $10,100.00

And further, that the Property Division be authorized to complete the expropriation of lands required for the reconstruction of Cawthra Road with the costs thereof being charged to Account Number 90423-750691.

Approved 78-425-1

b) Report Number 80 of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the expropriation of lands at the Malton Four Corners.

CW-176-78:

That the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel, as approving authority, approve the expropriation of lands designated as Part 6 on a reference plan deposited in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of Peel (Number 43) as number 43R- 3786 and Parts 3 and 4 on a reference plan deposited in the said Registry Office as Number 43R-3793;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the required Certificate of Approval and that the Clerk be authorized to affix the seal of the Municipality thereto;

And further, that authority be granted for the preparation of a plan or plans showing the lands to be expropriated for registration in the proper Registry or Land Titles Office and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign such plan or plans on behalf of the Municipality and that the Clerk be authorized to affix the seal of the Municipality thereto;

And further, that the Property Manager be authorized to execute and serve any Notice of Expropriation required by the Expropriations Act and such Notices of Possession as may be required to obtain possession of the expropriated lands;

And further, that the by-laws necessary to give effect to the foregoing be presented to Council.

Approved 78-425-2

c) Report Number 81 of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the acquisition of lands for the extension of the Queensway from Cawthra Road to Highway 10.

CW-177-78:

That the exchange of lands with Yeoman Investment Ltd. for the sum of one dollar, as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated October 6, 1978, be approved and that the Region in turn convey to Yeoman Investments Ltd. the lands described as Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-5529;

And further, that the Region give an undertaking to convey the surplus portion of Part 89 on Reference Plan 43R-709 upon conveyance to the Region by Ontario Hydro;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all documents connected therewith;

And further, that all reasonable legal fees be accepted and approved;

And further, that the Property Division be authorized to complete the transaction.

Approved 78-425-3

d) Report Number 82 of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the purchase of lands for the reconstruction of Britannia Road West from 2nd Line West to the Credit River.

CW-178-78:

That Ronald and Margaret Clarke be compensated in the amount of $16,566.00 for 0.203 hectares (0.502 acres) of land being part of Lot 5, Concession 3 W.H.S., in the City of Mississauga, shown as Part 14 on Reference Plan 43R-2741, required in connection with the widening and reconstruction of Britannia Road West, from Second Line West to the Credit River Bridge;

And further, that the Agreement with Ronald and Margaret Clarke be accepted and approved and the Property Division be instructed to complete the transaction with the cost thereof being charged to Account Number 90423-78404 1;

And further, that the clauses contained in the Offer to Sell be complied with;

And further, that all reasonable legal and appraisal fees and land transfer tax costs incurred in connection with this transaction be accepted and approved and that the necessary by-law authorizing the Chairman and Clerk to execute the Offer to Sell documents be presented to Council.

Approved 78-425-4

e) Report Number 83 of the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the expropriation of lands for the widening of Britannia Road West from 2nd Line West to the Credit River.

Councillor H. McCallion declared a conflict of interest with respect to CW178-78 and refrained from voting.

CW-179-78:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel commence the necessary actions to expropriate lands required for road widening purposes, shown on Reference Plan 43R-2741 as follows: Part 8 owned by I. and M. Frustaci; Part 9 owned by P. and C. Killaby; Part 10 owned by E. and M. Dowling; a portion of Part 11 owned by H. Liebig; Parts 12 and 15 owned by J.D.S. Investments Limited, et al; Parts 16 and 21 owned by Briar Lane Investments Incorporated; Part 17 owned by O. and A. Brezden; Part 18 owned by S. and H. McCallion; Parts 19 and 23 owned by Group Six Developments Limited; Part 22 owned by M. and R. Mondrowitz; Part 24 owned by R. and B. Hunter; and Part 25 owned by T. and A. Marttinen; and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign Forms 1, 2 and 4;

And further, that the Council or the Regional Municipality of Peel, as approving authority, approve an Application to expropriate these lands, Project Number 90423-784041;

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

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

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

Approved 78-425-5

CW-180-78:

Moved by Councillor J. A. Clarkson;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 78-425-6

Moved by Councillor A. C. Raeburn,
Seconded by Councillor T. P. Miller;

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

Carried 78-425

 

BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor H. M. Allan,
Seconded by Councillor H. E. Kennedy;

That the By-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, In Camera, being By-laws Number 182-78 to 185-78 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 78-426

By-law 182-78 - To authorize the expropriation of lands in the Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the County of Peel).

By-law 183-78 - To authorize the application for approval to expropriate lands for municipal purposes.

By-law 184-78 - To approve a proposed expropriation of lands in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 185-78 - To authorize the expropriation of lands in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That By-law Number 186-78 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at its meeting held on October 26, 1978, and to authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute all documents listed in Schedule "A" as amended by the addition of the following documents, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

a) A subdivision agreement with Will-Rico Construction and Investments Limited with respect to proposed plan of subdivision 21T-77015.

b) An engineering agreement with Markborough Properties with respect to a proposed development, file OZ-52-77.

c) A subdivision agreement with Dustane Developments with respect to proposed plan of subdivision 21T-77076.

Carried 78-427

Moved by Councillor T. P. Miller,
Seconded by Councillor W. J. Hunter;

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, November 16, 1978 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 78-428

Councillor T. W. Butt left at 3:55 p.m.

After singing the National Anthem, Council adjourned at 5:00 p.m.

 
Larry Button
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Acting Clerk
Louis H. Parsons
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Chairman

 

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