THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD AT BRAMPTON

SEPTEMBER 13, 1984

 

Chairman R.F. Bean called the meeting of the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel to order at 1:45 p.m.

Councillor D.L. Cook recited the prayer.

All members were present except Councillor D. Culham who arrived at 2:10 p.m. and Councillor K.

Whillans who arrived at 2:00 p.m.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That the minutes of the meeting held on August 9, 1984, be adopted.

Carried 84-457

Councillor W. Hunter requested that the minutes of August 9, 1984 be amended to indicate that he was not absent and had arrived late due to other municipal business.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That the Agenda be approved.

Carried 84-458

Councillor D. Sutter introduced Barry Ross the principal of the Brampton Campus of Sheridan College and member of the Urban Energy Centre Board of Directors. Bonnie Ferney, the Administrator of the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre introduced Dr. Joseph Niedoba the Centre's newly appointed Medical Director. Alderman R. Barr, City of Etobicoke presented the "Dome Trophy" to the Region emblematic of the Region's Softball victory over Metropolitan Toronto politicians.

DELEGATIONS

1. Ken Bethune and Ray Mahoney representing the United Way of Peel appeared before Council requesting that October 1984 be declared United Way Month in Peel Region.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor E. Southorn;

WHEREAS the United Way of Peel Region acts as a catalyst in bringing voluntary agencies and the community together to ensure the effective delivery of services in response to current and emergency human care needs;

AND WHEREAS the United Way of Peel Region funds many volunteer directed community service agencies throughout the Region of Peel;

AND WHEREAS the United Way of Peel Region has but one fund-raising campaign each year during the month of October;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the month of October 1984 be officially declared United Way Month in the Region of Peel.

Carried 84-459

2. Councillor D. Sutter and David Ostler appeared with respect to the Urban Energy Centre.

Moved by Councillor S. Mahoney, Seconded by Councillor S. Skjarum;

That a further grant of $3,200.00 be made to the Urban Energy Centre;

And further, that these monies be allocated from contingency;

And further, that the Urban Energy Centre be allowed to draw down in 1985 prior to budget approval from the 1984 grant according to the Region's policy.

Carried 84-460

3. Superintendant Barry King of the Peel Regional Police appeared with respect to drinking and driving.

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the Region of Peel endorse the concept of the Province's Attorney General "Counter Measures Program";

And further, that Council recommends that Councillors Marland, Kennedy, Glassford and Robertson, and the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health form and sit on a Steering Committee to form a Region wide drinking and driving committee;

And further, that Council encourage representatives from both Peel Boards of Education to sit on this steering committee.

Carried 84-461

RESOLUTION 84-461 AMENDED BY 84-663

This matter was also dealt with under Resolution 84-485-20. Councillor D.M. Marland requested that the police provide the data on drinking and driving that was contained in their presentations.

4. Mr. Willson McTavish, Q.C. the Region's Counsel appeared with respect to an update on the Ontario Waste Management Corporation's proposed liquid waste treatment plant.

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor T. Southorn;

That the Region of Peel provide to the property owners who depend on wells as their water supply source, the services of Staff and/or Consultants, to establish and report on the existing water quality of those wells which are in proximity of the proposed Ontario Waste Management Corporation site in Peel and may be affected in the future should that site be selected.

Carried 84-462

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the office of the Chairman arrange a meeting with the Premier and Peel's other provincial members in order to request answers to the questions raised by Willson McTavish, Q.C. in his letter to the Regional Solicitor dated August 3 1, 1 984 regarding the proposed Ontario Waste Management Corporation site;

And further, that the Region's representatives to this meeting be the Chairman, the three mayors and Willson McTavish, Q.C.

Carried 84-463

This matter was also dealt with under Resolution 84-462. Prior to dealing with the correspondence, the Commissioner of Social Services announced that the Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation had received a nursing home license for the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre.

Moved by Councillor D.M. Marland, Seconded by Councillor J. Clarkson;

That the Region of Peel now allow movement of residents of the Bolton Nursing Home to the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre.

Carried 84-464

COMMUNICAllONS

a) The family of Constable Dwayne Piukkala thanking Regional Council for their kindness and sympathy.

Received 84-465

b) The Honourable Robert Elgie, M.D., Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations, in response to Council's resolution (84-435) with respect to amendments to the Registry Act to protect municipal easements.

Received 84-466

c) The Board of Commissioners of Police, Peel Region, with respect to the purchase of land adjacent to the Headquarters Building.

Received . Staff were directed to enter into negotiations. 84-467

d) The City of York with respect to a resolution concerning co-operative housing and allocations for affordable housing in Metro Toronto.

Received 84-468

e) The City of Brampton with respect to the approval of by-laws closing highways on registered plans of subdivision.

Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R.F. Russell;

That the following resolution of the City of Brampton be received and endorsed:

"That the Report dated 1984 07 31 re approval of By-laws closing highways on Registered Plans of Subdivision, be received;

And further, that the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel be requested to petition the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to delegate his authority respecting approval of Municipal by-laws closing highways under subsection 398(11) of the Municipal Act to the Regional Council, pursuant to subsection 4(1) of the Planning Act, 1983."

84-469

f) The Honourable Keith C. Norton, Minister of Health, in response to Council's resolution (AF- 53-84) with respect to an increase to the provincial capital cost sharing or provision of financial assistance to service and retire the hospital's bank loan.

Received . The Chairman was requested to continue to press the Minister of Health for a meeting.

84-470

g) The City of Brampton requesting permission to distribute Bicycle Safety information packages at the auctions held at the Police Headquarters.

Received and referred to the Commissioner of Finance. 84-471

h) The City of Mississauga with respect to the appointment of Mr. Peter Ellis to the Halton Region Conservation Authority.

Received 84-472

i) The Office of the Premier in response to Council's resolution (CW-123-84) regarding the possible location of industrial waste treatment and disposal facilities in Mississauga.

Received 84-473

j) The Honourable Claude F. Bennett, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, with respect to a review of the Parkway Belt West Plan.

Received and Referred to Commissioner of Planning for the preparation of report.

84-474

k) The Ontario Traffic Conference with respect to the 1983/84 Annual General Meeting and brief to the Minister of Transportation and Communications.

Received 84-475

1) The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry requesting Council's support and endorsation of their resolution with respect to capital punishment.

Received 84-476

AF-62-84 and Item 14 c) were also dealt with at this time.

Moved by Councillor E. Southorn, Seconded by Councillor F. McKecknie;

WHEREAS there is an urgent need for effective preventative measures to protect all citizens, and

WHEREAS the community and society at large have a right to expect a degree of predictability in sentencing procedures and parole regulations, and that those apprehended and convicted of murder and other violent crimes will be severely dealt with, and

WHEREAS there are some murders which because of the enormity of their horror demand the most emphatic denunciation of all, the death penalty, and

WHEREAS the Members of Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel and the citizens of the communities represented by them are shocked and appalled by the recent incidents which resulted in the vicious assault against police officers, and

WHEREAS public opinion polls have repeatedly indicated that the Canadian public overwhelmingly supports a return to capital punishment,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the new Government of Canada be requested to form an all party committee to draft the terms and conditions of a bill calling for stricter punishment for violent crimes and a return to capital punishment, and that a free vote be held in Parliament on the matter, the results of which would be binding on Parliament.

The following amendments were then placed.

Moved by Councillor D. Culham, Seconded by Councillor S. Mahoney;

That the third recital of Councillor E. Southorn's motion be amended by deleting the words "the death penalty";

And further, that the final recital of Councillor E. Southorn's motion be amended to read as follows:

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the new Government of Canada be requested to form an all party committee to draft the terms and conditions of a bill calling for stricter punishment for violent crimes and that a free vote be held in Parliament the results of which would be binding on Parliament.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor E. Southorn;

That the 5th recital of Councillor E. Southorn's motion be deleted.

A recorded vote was requested by Councillor L. Taylor.

A recorded vote on Councillor L. Taylor's amendment was then taken.

In favour: Clarkson, Culham, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, Russell, Southorn, Sutter, Taylor, Whillans.

Total 11.

Opposed: Cook, Glassford, Kennedy, McKechnie, Mitchell, Porteous, Robertson, Skjarum.

Total 8.

Absent: Hunter, McCreary. Total 2.

Councillor L. Taylor's amendment was carried. 84-477

At the request of Councillor E. Southorn, Councillor D. Culham's amendment was voted on in 2 parts.

Councillor L. Taylor requested a recorded vote on both parts.

A recorded vote was then taken on the 1st clause of Councillor D. Culham's amendment which reads as follows:

"That the third recital of Councillor E. Southorn's motion be amended by deleting the words "the death penalty";

In favour: Culham, Glassford, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, Mitchell, Robertson. Sutter, Taylor, Whillans. Total 11.

Opposed: Clarkson, Cook, Kennedy, McKechnie, Porteous, Russell, Skjarum, Southorn. Total 8.

Absent: Hunter, McCreary. Total 2.

The first clause of Councillor D. Culham's amendment was carried. . _ _

84-478 A recorded vote requested by Councillor L. Taylor was then taken on the 2nd clause of Councillor D. Culham's amendment which reads as follows:

"And further, that the final recital of Councillor E. Southorn's resolution be amended to read as follows:

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the new Government of Canada be requested to form on all party committee to draft the terms and conditions of a bill calling for stricter punishment for violent crimes and that a free vote be held in Parliament the results of which would be a binding on Parliament."

In favour: Clarkson, Cook, Culham, Glassford, Kennedy, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, Robertson, Russell, Sutter, Taylor, Whillans. Total 14.

Opposed: McKechnie, Mitchell, Porteous, Skjarum, Southorn. Total 5.

Absent: Hunter, McCreary. Total 2.

The second clause of Councillor D. Culham's amendment was carried.

84-479

A recorded vote was then taken on Councillor E. Southorn's motion as amended.

"WHEREAS there is an urgent need for effective preventative measures to protect all citizens, and

WHEREAS the community and society at large have a right to expect a degree of predictability in sentencing procedures and parole regulations, and that those apprehended and convicted of murder and other violent crimes will be severely dealt with, and

WHEREAS there are some murders which because of the enormity of their horror demand the most emphatic denunciation of all, and

WHEREAS the Members of Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel and the citizens of the com munities represented by them are shocked and appalled by the recent incidents which resulted in the vicious assault against police officers, and

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the new Government of Canada be requested to form an all party committee to draft the terms and conditions of a bill calling for stricter punishment for violent crimes and that a free vote be held in Parliament the results of which would be a binding on Parliament."

In favour: Clarkson, Cook, Culham, Glassford, Kennedy, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, McKechnie, Robertson, Russell, Southorn, Sutter, Taylor, Whillans. Total 16.

Opposed: Mitchell, Porteous, Skjarum. Total 3.

 

 

Absent: Hunter, McCreary.

Total 2.

Councillor E. Southorn's motion as amended was carried.84-480

Moved by Councillor H. McCallion, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the petition submitted by Mr. Les Crisp to the Federal Government (containing one quarter of a million names) be resubmitted to the new Minister of Justice for action.

A recorded vote on Councillor H. McCallion's motion was requested by Councillor L. Taylor.

In favour: Clarkson, Cook, Culham, Glassford, Kennedy, Kolb, Mahoney, Marland, McCallion, McKechnie, Porteous, Skjarm, Southorn, Sutter, Taylor, Whillans. Total 16.

Opposed: Mitchell, Robertson, Russell. Total 3.

Absent: Hunter, McCreary. Total 2.

Councillor H. McCallion's motion was carried. 84-481

Moved by Councillor P. Robertson, Seconded by Councillor D.M. Marland;

That the Federal government review the impact and legislation regarding violence depicted in the media.

Carried 84-482

m) Copy of a letter from Councillor H.E. Kennedy to the Honourable Andy Brandt, Minister of the Environment, with respect to the odours which eminate from the Lakeview Sewage Treatment Plant.

Received 84-483

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

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

Carried 84-484

REPORTS

Chief Administrative Officer.

CAO-84-15 - South Peel Plant Operations Referred to Public Works Committee.

84-485-1

Chief Administrative Officer.

CAO-84- 17- Management of South Peel System

Received 84-485-2

Committees.

PW-84-8 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE Meeting held September 4, 1984.

RECOMMENDATION PW-97-84:

That the reports of R. Honsberger of MacLaren Engineers, dated July 13, 1984, and July 27, 1984, as contained in the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated July 26, 1984 be received;

And further, that these documents be forwarded to Petro-Sun so that they have emission-standard guidelines for design, and can proceed to make application to the Ministry of the Environment for air-quality approvals;

And further, that the Public Works Department report to a future Public Works Committee meeting on the planning implications of the Petro-Sun proposal.

Approved 84-485-3

RECOMMENDATION PW-98-84:

That a by-law be presented to permit an eastbound dual left turn movement at the intersection of Steeles Avenue at Bramalea Road, in the City of Brampton, and a southbound dual left turn movement at the intersection of Derry Road at Goreway Drive, in the City of Mississauga.

Approved 84-485-4

RECOMMENDATION PW-99-84:

That audible traffic signals not be installed at any Regional signalized intersections at this time;

And further, that the Region of Peel with the backing of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind contact both the Provincial and Federal Governments so that they may work closely together to develop a uniform set of standards for the application of audible signals and provide answers to the issue of legal liability of municipalities that install audible signals.

Approved 84-485-5

RECOMMENDATION PW-100-84:

That upon releases being obtained from the owners of Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, Plan M-259, (Queensway at Stillmeadow Road), City of Mississauga, the Region of Peel agrees to pay $7,500.00 to a joint resident account established for the purpose of constructing a fence along the rear boundary of the said lots, and charged as part of the cost of Project 82-4010.

Approved 84-485-6

Mr. Massey, an unsuccessful bidder, was present and addressed Council.

RECOMMENDATION PW-101-84:

That Proposal 84P-054 be awarded to Ratech Electronics Ltd. for a one ton extended cargo van complete with one full spectrum colour T.V. system and one colour back-up camera in their total bid of $102,887.65 (One Hundred and Two Thousand, Eight Hundred and Eighty Seven Dollars and Sixty Five Cents);

And further, that since the original approved funding was in the amount of $100,000.00, that the balance of $2,887.65 be funded from Unapplied Current Revenue (413-L-2501), (Project 90433.84-2600);

And further, that if the proposed identified unit is approved in the 1985 budget, authority be granted for staff to approach Ratech Electronics Ltd. and negotiate the acquisition of the unit at a cost not to exceed $94,046.88 with a further report to Council advising of the outcome of the negotiations.

Approved 84-485-7

RECOMMENDATION PW- 102-84:

That sanitary sewage pumping facilities comprising of:

a) Construction of a sanitary sewage pumping station;

b) Construction of a stand-by Power Diesel Generator Station;

c) Construction of approximately 371 metres (1220 feet)of 250 mm (10 inch) diameter forcemain from the station to the Lakeshore Road; d) Modifications to the existing sewer lines at the new station; e) Abandoning of the existing sanitary sewage pumping station; be carried out on Elmwood Avenue in Port Credit, City of Mississauga to replace the existing sanitary sewage pumping station on the noted street, at a total estimated cost of $270,000.00 under Project Number 90433.84-2120;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1984 Capital Budget Item 90433.84-2120 to be financed from:

a) Capital Development Funds $1 05, 000. 00

b) Debentures - O.M.B. Order No. E840394 $125,000.00

c) Ministry of the Environment Grant $ 40,000.00

And further, that an application be made for a Ministry of the Environment grant in the estimated amount of $40,000.00;

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

Approved 84-485-8

RECOMMENDATION PW-103-84:

That a piled foundation be installed at the east end of the existing Front Street Pumping Station and Diesel Generator Building, in the City of Mississauga, at an estimated cost of $40,000.00 under Project Number 90433.84-2370;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Unapplied Current Revenue (Account Number 413-L2501).

Approved 84-485-9

RECOMMENDATION PW-104-84:

That the existing 200 mm (8 inch) sanitary sewer at Ben Machree Pumping Station, in the City of Mississauga, be replaced with a 250 mm (10 inch) sanitary sewer for a distance of 20 m (65 feet) more or less at an estimated cost of $15,000.00 under Project Number 90433.84-2360;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Unapplied Current Revenue (Account Number 413-L2501).

Approved 84-485-1 0

RECOMMENDATION PW-105-84:

That the existing 150 mm (6 inch) cast iron unlined watermain on Glen Rutley Circle from Fieldgate Drive to Epworth Lane in the City of Mississauga, be replaced, at an estimated cost of $86,000.00 under Project Number 84-1450;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Unapplied Current Revenue (Account Number 413-L2601).

Approved 84-485-1 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-106-84:

That Project 90433.84-2230, comprising of a Pumping Station, on Shardawn Mews, City of Mississauga be constructed to replace the existing station at a total estimated cost of $85,000.00;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided for this work from the 1984 Capital Budget Item

90433.84-2230 to be financed from Current Revenue;

And further, that Project 90433.84-2231, comprising of 284 m (933 feet) of 100 mm (4 inch) forcemain, be constructed to replace the existing main at a total estimated cost of $30,000.00;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Unapplied Current Revenue (413-L2501).

Approved 84-485-1 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-107-84:

That approximately 61 metres (200 feet) of 1200 mm (48 inch) diameter sanitary sub-trunk sewer be constructed along the Fletcher's Creek Valley, in the City of Brampton, from the southerly limit of Lot 7 northerly 61 metres (200 feet);

And further, that approximately 411 metres (1350 feet) of 450 mm (18 inch) diameter sanitary sewer be constructed from Leslie Street on Campbell Drive, on easements along easterly limit of McLaughlin Road North, in the City of Brampton, and easterly to the Fletcher's Creek Sub-Trunk Sanitary Sewer, to replace the existing 300 mm diameter outlet sewer servicing Brampton North Park area;

And further, that a total estimated cost of $210,000.00 under Project Number 90433.84-2110 of which $180,000.00 be financed from Capital Development Funds;

And further, that an application be made for a Ministry of the Environment grant in the estimated amount of $30,000.00;

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

Approved 84-485-1 3

RECOMMENDATION PW-108-84:

That a 200 mm (8 inch) watermain be constructed across Queen Street at Hansen Road in conjunction with the City of Brampton's storm sewer construction under Project Number 90483.84- 1460;

And further, that the City of Brampton be reimbursed for the cost of construction plus an allowance for administration to a total amount of $9,320.00;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Interest Recovery on Capital Works in Progress (Account Number 413-L2607).

Approved 84-485-1 4

RECOMMENDATION PW-109-84:

That approximately 241 metres (791 feet) of 250 mm (10 inch) diameter sanitary sewer and appurtenances be constructed on John Street, between King Street and Victoria Street, in the Town of Caledon (Bolton), in conjunction with the Town's reconstruction of John Street, at a total estimated cost of $80,000.00 (Project Number 90433.84-2350) to be financed from:

Current Revenue 1984 Capital Budget Item 90433.84-2200 $72,000.00 Unapplied Current Revenue Account Number 413-L2501 $ 8,000.00

Approved 84-485-1 5

H-84-6 - HEALTH COMMITTEE Meeting held September 4, 1984.

RECOMMENDATION H-16-84:

That Regional Council endorse a study by Regional staff of health care needs in Peel Region as identified in the report of the Chief Administrative Officer dated August 27, 1984 to be completed by June 1985.

Approved 84-485-1 6

RECOMMENDATION H-17-84:

That Regional Council, in their capacity as the Board of Health, approve the membership of the Placement Co-ordination Service Advisory Board;

And further, that Regional Council approve the election of Mr. Peter Graham as Chairman, and Mr. Dennis MacDougall as Vice-Chairman, for a term of one year.

Approved 84-485-1 7

RECOMMENDATION H-18-84:

That Health Committee and Regional Council endorse the resolution on the merger of Public Health Associations presented by the Association of Ontario Boards of Health as contained in the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health dated August 27, 1984.

Approved 84-485-1 8

RECOMMENDATION H-19-84:

That the Chairman and Regional Clerk be authorized to execute the Family Support Worker-Case Management Agreement and Schedules B and C with the Ministry of Community and Social Services as outlined in the report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health dated August 22, 1984.

Approved 84-485-19

AF-84-8 -ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Meeting held September 4, 1984.

RECOMMENDATION AF-55-84:

That the Region of Peel adopt the recommendations regarding the establishment of a Drinking and Driving Committee as contained in the report of the Superintendent B.V. King dated July 25, 1984;

And further, that Superintendent B.V. King be requested to attend the September 13, 1984 Council meeting to further discuss this matter.

Approved 84-485-20

This matter was also dealt with under Resolution 84-461. .

RECOMMENDATION AF-56-84:

That the unique accounting and reporting treatment for the foreign exchange cost of the Series A debenture issue be eliminated by deleting the U.S. Exchange Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund in favour of an accounting treatment similar to other U.S. debenture issues, which handles foreign exchange through current budget accounts.

Approved 84-485-21

RECOMMENDATION AF-57-84:

That the Purchasing Agent be authorized to dispose of the surplus insertamatic mailing machine and purchase a Kern 600 mailing system at a total cost not to exceed Forty-Seven Thousand and Eighty Dollars ($47,080.00), to be financed from funds allocated and approved within the Services program.

Approved 84-485-22

RECOMMENDATION AF-58-84:

That the current rental agreement for terminal equipment with Northern Telecom be cancelled;

And further, that the Region enter into a 24-month Equity Lease Agreement for terminal equipment with Northern Telecom;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign the necessary documents;

And further, that the Region seek the necessary approvals from the Ontario Municipal Board.

Approved 84-485-23

RECOMMENDATION AF-59-84:

That Regional Council approve future borrowing of money by the issue and sale of debentures on behalf of the Peel Board of Education, in such amounts and terms as approved by the Ontario Municipal Board and as requested by the School Board;

And further, that the Ontario Municipal Board be so advised.

Approved 84-485-24 [Repealed by 95-231-5 - June 8, 1995]

RECOMMENDATION AF-60-84:

That the schedule of rates attached to the report of the Commissioner of Social Services dated August 27, 1984 for Nursing Home beds, as established by the Ministry of Health, be implemented in the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre.

Approved 84-485-25

RECOMMENDATION AF-61-84:

That staff be requested to prepare a comprehensive report of the 911 system such report to include all applicable costs;

And further, that staff be authorized to make a formal application to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission to allow the 911 line charges to be placed on the telephone bill.

Approved 84-485-26

RECOMMENDATION AF-62-84:

That the Federal government be petitioned to review the current legislation regarding capital punishment and to allow a free vote on the issue;

And further, that the Regional Chairman prepare a formal resolution for adoption by Regional Council.

Approved 84-485-27

This matter was dealt with under Resolution 84-480.

CW-243-84:

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 84-485-28

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

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

Carried 84-485

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the Tender Awards Committee meeting held September 4, 1984.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That the actions of the Tender Awards Committee meeting held on September 4, 1984 be ratified;

And further, that the report of the Regional Clerk regarding the Tender Awards Committee held on September 4, 1984 be received.

Carried 84- 486

b) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to By-law Number 158-83, being a by-law to delegate authority under the Planning Act to appointed officials.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That the necessary by-law be presented to Regional Council to amend By-law Number 158-83 and reinstate the delegation of authority provided in By-laws Number 13-76 and 11-81 for all matters therein commenced under the former Planning Act, R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 379, and regulations thereto.

Carried 84- 487

c) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to applications to the Ontario Municipal Board under Section 218 of the Municipal Act.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That By-laws Number 65-84 and 76-84 be repealed and replaced by identical by-laws;

And further, that the replacement by-laws be given only two readings.

Carried 84- 488

d) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the procedure for calling the question. A report from Councillor D. Culham was also distributed on this matter.

Received and referred to the Regional Clerk for preparation of a report. 84-489

e) Report of the Regional Solicitor with respect to the liquid waste management disposal site.

This matter was dealt with under Resolution 84-462.

f) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to the issuance of a Debenture Issue dated September 26, 1984.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That the necessary by-laws be presented to Council for approval of the $25,000,000.00 Debenture Issue dated September 26, 1984 as set out in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated August 31, 1984.

Carried 84-490

g) Report of the Commissioner of Social Services with respect to an agreement for the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre connection to the Brampton Fire Department Central Fire Alarm Receiving System.

Moved by Councillor L. Taylor, Seconded by Councillor W. Hunter;

That Regional Council approve the agreement between the Region of Peel and the City of Brampton regarding the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre connection to the Brampton Fire Department Fire Alarm Receiving System;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement.

Carried 84-491

h) Report of the Commissioner of Social Services with respect to the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre Cable T.V. Agreement.

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the agreement between Albion Cable T.V. Limited and the Region of Peel for the provision of Cable T.V. Services to the Vera M. Davis Community Care Centre be approved by Regional Council to be effective September 1, 1984 for a period of five years;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents;

And further, that the Clerk be authorized to make the necessary application to the Ontario Municipal Board.

Carried 84-492

i) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to a change in format of plan of subdivision and condominium staff reports.

Received 84-493

j) Report of the Commissioner of Planning with respect to a submission to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Niagara Escarpment Plan.

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled, "Submission to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Niagara Escarpment Plan", dated September 4, 1984, should be sent to the Assistant Clerk of the Executive Council of the Province of Ontario as the submission of the Region of Peel to the Lieutenant Governor in Council pursuant to Section 10(10) of the Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act, 1973 and it is specifically recommended that:

1. The Lieutenant Governor in Council reconfirm the decision of the hearing officers and delete the areas from the Planning Area delineated in Figure 4 of the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled, "Submission to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Niagara Escarpment Plan", dated September 4, 1984.

2. The Region of Peel support the submission of the Town of Caledon regarding the recognition of Country Estate Plans of Subdivision as a permitted use in lands designated, "Escarpment Protection Area", in the Plan.

3. The Region of Peel support the direct delegation of Plan implementation to the Town of Caledon.

4. If direct delegation of Plan implementation to the Town of Caledon is not acceptable to the Province, then the Region of Peel be delegated the responsibility of administering the present development permit system on an interim basis prior to the eventual delegation of Plan implementation to the Town of Caledon.

5. Upper tier and local municipalities which accept the responsibility of administering the implementation of the Plan be provided financial assistance from the Province.

6. That the Lieutenant Governor in Council give due consideration to the arguments contained in the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled "Submission to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Niagara Escarpment Plan", dated September 4, 1984, in support of the recognition of the Peel/Caledon severence policy of three lots per 40 ha. (100 acre) half Township lot and the concerns regarding the designation of the Cheltenham Brick Works site as, "Mineral Resource Area", in the Plan.

7. That a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning entitled "Submission to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Niagara Escarpment Plan", dated September 4, 1984, be sent to the Town of Caledon for their information.

Carried 84-494

k) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the allocation of additional funds for the installation of traffic signals at the intersection of Steeles Avenue at Mississauga Road (Project Number 84-4480).

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That for Project 84-4480, the installation of traffic signals at the intersection of Steeles Avenue at Mississauga Road, the financing for this account be adjusted as follows:

Original Gross Subsidy Current Revenue

84-4400 $ 169,800 $ 70,800 $ 99,000

84-4480 53,700 22,500 31,200 $ 223,500 $ 93,300 $ 130,200

Revised Gross Subsidy Current Revenue

84-4400 $ 152,500 $ 63,600 $ 88,900

84-4480 71,000 29,700 41,300

$ 223,500 $ 93,300 $ 130,200

Carried 84-495

1) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works with respect to the widening of Steeles Avenue between McMurchy Avenue and Tait Boulevard in the City of Brampton (Project Number 83-4050).

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That Contract 83-4050 for the widening of Steeles Avenue between McMurchy Avenue and Tait Boulevard, be awarded to Fermar Paving Ltd. for the sum of $818,449.86, this being the lowest tender received and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents;

And further, that in order to provide financing for this project, By-laws Number 65-82 and 82-83 be amended by substituting for the amounts shown in Colomn 1 of the following table, wherever they appear in the said by-laws, the respective amounts appearing opposite them in Column 2:

Column 1 Column 2

By-law 65-82 $250,000.00 $190,000.00 (Total) Project 82-4030 105,000.00 80,000.00 (Subsidy) 52,400.00 17,400.00 (Current Revenue)

By-law 82-83$830,000.00 $890,000.00 (Total) Project 83-4050 353,000.00378,000.00 (Subsidy) 1 88, 000 . 00 223, 000 . 00 (Current Revenue)

Carried 84-496

m) Report of the Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health with respect to an update on decentralization. Councillor S. Mahoney declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Resolution 84-497 and pursuant to the conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to his brother's real estate involvement on behalf of the landlord and refrained from discussion and voting thereon.

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That Council approve the purchase of furniture for Health Department district offices in the amount of $87,770.00 to be financed from the 10 Peel Centre Drive Furniture Reserve (Account 502-L2510);

And further, that the $87,770.00 from the furniture reserve be repaid by the Health Department through annual rental payments of $14,300.00 each year for ten years to be cost shared 75% by the Ministry of Health and 25% by the Region of Peel, and that additional negotiations be carried out with the Ministry of Health through the office of the Medical Officer of Health to secure Provincial approval for this amount;

And further, that an increase be authorized in the Health Department's 1984 current budget for contribution to the furniture reserve in the amount of $4,300.00, this amount being met from savings within the Health Department general programs;

And further, that staff be authorized to negotiate with the successful bidders who were awarded that items against Tender #79-33 in accordance with Purchasing By-law Number 19-83 and that a further report be submitted indicating the results of such negotiations;

And further, that the Regional Property Manager be authorized to approach the owner of Central Parkway Mall located at Central Parkway and Burnhamthorpe Road in Mississauga for the purpose of commencing lease negotiations;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute a lease for the Central Parkway Mall site in Mississauga for space not to exceed $15.50 per square foot, and for approximately 9,000 square feet;

And further, that Regional Council approve the expenditure of $40,000.00 in capital costs ($10,000.00 net cost to the Region for leasehold improvements in Central Parkway Mall site), to be met from Department expenditure savings;

And further, that Regional Council approve the expenditure of $32,000.00 ($8,000.00 net cost to the Region for leasehold improvements in the Southcom Building site), to be met from Department expenditure savings;

And further, that the Clerk make application to the Ontario Municipal Board where appropriate.

Carried 84-497

n) Report of the Commissioner of Public Works recommending acceptance of a tender for the intersection improvements of Derry Road at Creditview Road (Project 84-4250).

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the contract for the intersection improvements of Derry Road at Creditview Road be awarded to Graham Bros. Construction Limited, at unit prices totalling $50,241.60, this being the lowest tender submitted, and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the contract documents;

And further, that the financing for Project 84-4250 be transferred from account 84- 4200 as follows:

Original Gross Subsidy Current

84-4200 $ 260,000 $ 108,000 $ 152,000

Revised

84-4200 $ 185,000 $ 79,000 $ 106,000

84-4250 75,000 29,000 46,000

$ 260,000 $ 108,000 $ 152,000

Carried 84-498

o) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the Malton Four Corners Project Road Closing.

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That By-law Number 104-84, a by-law to stop up, offer for sale, sell and convey part of the public highway located in part of Lot 10, Concession 6, East of Hurontario Street, and part of Lot 10, Concession 7, Southern Division, in the City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the Townships of Toronto and Toronto Gore, County of Peel) be completed in the second recital by inserting therein "The Mississauga News" and "August 22 and 29 and September 5 and 12, 1984";

And further, that the said By-law Number 104-84 be read a third time and finally passed.

Carried 84-499

p) Report of the Regional Solicitor and the Commissioner of Social Services with respect to Park Estates - Peel Manor Lands, License of Occupation.

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the Agreement dated September 10, 1984 between the Region and 579922 Ontario Limited or any other assignee or puchaser approved or accepted by Peel Non-Profit Housing Corporation be executed on behalf of the Region after it has been executed by the Licensees, and that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute same and affix the corporate seal of the Region.

Carried 84-500

q) Report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance with respect to the telephone system for the District Health Office (Proposal 84P-095).

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the proposal submitted by Modular Telephone Interface Ltd. for the supply of equipment and installation be accepted at an upset price of $35,885.00;

And further, that $13,200.00 be allocated from the Telephone Equipment Reserve to cover the shortfall, as outlined in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated September 11, 1984;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk execute the necessary documents;

And further, that the East District Office be equipped with the SL-lS system to maintain compatibility, in accordance with the Purchasing By-law;

And further, that the Ministry of Health seek Provinicial subsidy agreement on the repayment of the Region's capital expenditure.

Carried 84-501

BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the by-laws listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 106-84 to 114-84 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 84-502

By-law 106-84: To authorize the issue of instalment debentures in the amount of $1,600,000.00 for the purposes of the Corporation of the City of Brampton.

By-law 107-84: To authorize the issue of instalment debentures in the amount of $3,207,700.00 for the purposes of the Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 108-84: To authorize the issue of instalment debentures in the amount of $5,192,300.00 for the purposes of the Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board.

By-law 109-84: To provide for the borrowing of the aggregate of the amounts authorized by By-laws

Number 106-84 to 108-84 both inclusive, and for the issuing of one series of instalment debentures therefor.

By-law 110-84: To authorize the issue of non-redeemable Sinking Fund debentures in the amount of $15,000,000.00 for the purposes of the Regional Municipality of Peel.

By-law 111-84: To amend By-law Number 157-83 being the by-law to regulate traffic on the roads under the jurisdiction of the Region of Peel.

By-law 112-84: To authorize the construction of sanitary sewage pumping facilities on Elmwood Avenue, Port Credit, in the City of Mississauga, at a total estimated cost of $270,000.00 and to authorize the withdrawal of $105,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 113-84: To authorize the construction of a sanitary sub-trunk sewer along Fletcher's Creek Valley and a sanitary sewer from Leslie Street on Campbell Drive and on easements easterly to Fletcher's Creek sub-trunk sewer in the City of Brampton, at a total estimated cost of $210,000.00, and to authorize the withdrawal of $180,000.00 from the Capital Development Fund.

By-law 114-84: To amend By-law Number 158-83, being a by-law to delegate authority under the Planning Act to appointed officials.

Moved by Councillor R.F. Russell, Seconded by Councillor E. Mitchell;

That the by-law's listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Number 115-84 and 116-84, be given two readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk after first and second reading, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 84-503

By-law 115-84: To authorize the construction of a watermain extension on 17 Sideroad from 130 metres (426 feet) east of Airport Road to Goreway Drive at a total estimated cost of $200,000.00, and to repeal By-law Number 65-84.

By-law 116-84: To authorize the construction of a watermain extension on 17 Sideroad from McVean Drive westerly 180 metres (590 feet) in the City of Brampton at a total estimated cost of $25,000.00, and to repeal By-law Number 76-84.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the by-law listed on the Council meeting agenda, being By-law Number 104-84 be given a third reading, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk, and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 84-504

By-law 104-84: To stop up, offer for sale, sell and convey part of the public highway located in Part of Lot 10, Concession 6, east of Hurontario Street, and Part of Lot 10, Concession 7, southern division, in the City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel (formerly in the Townships of Toronto and Toronto Gore, County of Peel).

RESOLUTIONS

a) City of Brampton Traffic By-law Number 183-84.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the City of Brampton's Traffic By-law Number 183-84 be approved.

Carried 84-505

b) City of Mississauga Traffic By-law Number 636-84.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

That the City of Mississauga's Traffic By-law Number 636-84 be approved.

Carried 84-506

c) WHEREAS there is an urgent need for effective preventative measures to protect all citizens, and

WHEREAS the community and society at large have a right to expect a degree of predictability in sentencing procedures and parole regulations, and that those apprehended and convicted of murder and other violent crimes will be severley dealt with, and

WHEREAS there are some murders which because of the enormity of their horror demand the most emphatic denunciation of all, the death penalty, and

WHEREAS the Members of Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel and the citizens of the communities represented by them are shocked and appalled by the recent incidents which resulted in the vicious assault against police officers, and

WHEREAS public opinion polls have repeatedly indicated that the Canadian public overwhelmingly supports a return to capital punishment,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the new Government of Canada be requested to form an all party committee to draft the terms and conditions of a bill calling for stricter punishment for violent crimes and a return to capital punishment, and that a free vote be held in Parliament on the matter, the results of which would be binding in Parliament.

This resolution was dealt with under Resolution 84-480.

d) Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor P. Robertson; The Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel recognizes the contribution made by CKMW Radio 790 to the various ethnic communities in the Region of Peel;

And further, that the Region supports fully an application before The Canadian Radio- Television and Telecommunications Commission by CKMW to change it's frequency from 790 KHZ to 820 KHZ and to increase it's power from 5,000 watts to 50,000 watts to enable CKMW to reach all areas within the Peel Region, particularly Mississauga, with a clear broadcast signal;

And further, that Council asks the Commission to approve this application for the benefit of the people of Peel who are of ethnic origin.

Carried 84-507

e) Moved by Councillor D. Sutter, Seconded by Councillor R. Skjarum;

That the Region of Peel respectfully request, the incumbent Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney to consider the need for the construction of many grade separations for the safety of the Public, both in the Region of Peel and its constituent municipalities and the Country as a whole;

And further, that the incumbent Prime Minister be requested to reinstate Urban Transportation Assistance Program funding for the construction of the said grade separations at the earliest possible date.

Carried 84-508

NOTICES OF MOTION

Moved by Councillor J.A. Clarkson, Seconded by Councillor K. Whillans;

WHEREAS the Corporation of the Regional Municipality of Peel supported the approval of Caledon Official Plan Amendment Number 38;

AND WHEREAS the Town of Caledon has petitioned The Honourable The Lieutenant Governor in Council to rescind the Ontario Municipal Board decision dated August 8, 1984, regarding Official Plan Amendment Number 38;

The Corporation of the Regional Municipality of Peel hereby records its support of the petition of the Town of Caledon to rescind the Ontario Municipal Board decision and directs that The Honourable The Lieutenant Governor in Council be so advised.

Carried 84-509

ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

a) Councillor F.J. McKechnie requested that the Commissioner of Public Works report on whether the United States Environmental Protection Agency had banned the use of incinerators as a means of waste disposal.

b) Councillor E. Mitchell enquired as to whether the Regional Chairman or the Mayor of Mississauga were invitied to greet His Holiness Pope John Paul II at Pearson International Airport on September 14, 1984. Both the Regional Chairman and Mayor of Mississauga responded in the negative.

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

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

Carried 84-5 10

REPORTS, IN CAMERA

CAO-84-16

Deferred to the next meeting of Regional Council.

84-511-1

a) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the expropriation of lands.

CW-244-84:

Moved by Councillor D. Cook;

That Alliance Developments Ltd. be compensated in the amount of $251,890.49 which includes interest at 6% per annum from June 2, 1978 to September 28, 1984 in addition to the $2,270,744.00 already received by them as full and final settlement for lands expropriated by Instrument No. 466073 containing 98.728 acres located in Part Lot 3 and 4, Concession 3, W.H.S., City of Mississauga, more particularly designated as Part 2, on Plan 466073;

And further, that Alliance Developments Ltd. execute a release of any and all of its interests in the expropriated lands as a condition of settlement;

And further, that legal, appraisal, consulting and engineering fees in connection with this transaction be accepted and approved upon receipt of an itemized statement in connection therewith and upon completion of the transaction;

And further, that the Property Section be authorized to complete the transactions with the cost thereof being charged to Account Number 904-43-3709-776200;

And further, that the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute all documentation required to complete the transaction.

Carried 84-51 1-2

b) Report of the Regional Clerk with respect to the sewer backup ex gratia payment policy.

CW-245-84:

Moved by Councillor D. Cook;

That a payment in the amount of $1,640.28 be made in accordance with the sanitary sewer backup exgratia payment policy to Torbram Meats Limited, for damages which occurred as a result of a sanitary sewer backup on March 21, 1984.

Carried 84-51 1-3

c) Report of the Director of Personnel Services and Labour Relations with respect to a Memorandum of Settlement.

CW-246-84:

Moved by Councillor D. Cook;

That the terms of settlement negoitated by the Regional Municipality of Peel and Local 2842 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees as set out in the report of the Director of Personnel Sevices and Labour Relations dated September 12, 1984, be ratified by members of Council;

And further, that the Regional Chairman and Clerk be authorized to execute the required documents.

Carried 84-511-4

AF-84-8 - ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Meeting held September 4, 1984.

RECOMMENDATION AF-63-84:

That the one-year backbill as noted in the report of the Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance dated August 8, 1984 remain as rendered.

Approved 84-511-5

CW-247-84:

Moved by Councillor D. Cook;

That the Committee rise and report to Council.

Carried 84-51 1-6

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

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

Carried 84-51 1

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

That By-law Number 117-84 a by-law to confirm the proceedings of Council at the meeting held on September 13, 1984 and to authorize the Chairman and the Clerk to execute all documents, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Clerk and the Regional Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 84-5 12

Moved by Councillor D. Cook, Seconded by Councillor C. Glassford;

That Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, September 27, 1984 at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 84-513

The meeting adjourned at 7:10 p.m.

Clerk Chairman

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