THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

HELD IN BRAMPTON

APRIL 23, 1992

Chairman Kolb called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 1:38 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Dr., Brampton.

1. PRAYER

Councillor Robertson recited the prayer.

2. ROLL CALL

Members Present:R. Begley, L. Bissell*, N. Calder, D. Culham*, F. Dale, S. Fennell*, J. Holden, N. Iannicca, H. Kennedy*, E. Kolb, K. Mahoney*, H. McCallion*, F. McKechnie*, P. Mullin, P. Palleschi, R. Pallett, M. Prentice*, P. Robertson*, P. Saito, C. Seglins, R. Whitehead

Members Absent:G. Miles who was on vacation

Also Present: M. Garrett, Chief Administrative Officer; D. Trouten, Regional Clerk and Director of Administration; B. Zeran, Deputy Clerk; K. Gillespie, Regional Solicitor; D. Markle, Commissioner of Public Works; P. Vezina, Commissioner of Social Services; P. Cole, Commissioner and Medical Officer of Health; K. Ward, Director, Policy and Development, Housing and Peel Non-profit Housing Corporation; R. Wiseman, Acting Treasurer and Commissioner of Finance; P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning; D. Pajeska, Supervisor, Legislative Services

3. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICT/PECUNIARY INTERESTS

a) Councillor Palleschi declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Items Related to Administration and Finance - AF13 and pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that he was an owner of a licensed video establishment and refrained from the discussion and voting thereon.

b) Councillor Mahoney declared a Conflict of Interest with respect to Items Related to Administration and Finance - AFb and pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act stated that the reason was due to a family member being involved in the reality transaction and vacated the room.

4. ADOPTION OF MINUTES

a) Minutes of the Regional Council Meeting held April 9, 1992

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

That the minutes of the Regional Council meeting held on April 9, 1992 be adopted.

Carried 92-148

5. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

That the agenda for the April 23, 1992, Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 92-149

6. DELEGATIONS

a) Detective Sergeant E. Toye, Peel Regional Police Force regarding Federal Government Refugee Process

Received 92-150

A ten-minutes video presentation highlighting problems with the current refugee process was given. In attendance to answer questions were Peel M.P.'s Mr. H. Chadwick, Mr. John McDermid and Dr. R. Horner.

Councillor Fennell arrived at 1:39 p.m.
Councillor Bissell arrived at 1:49 p.m.
Councillor McCallion arrived at 1:54 p.m.
Councillor Culham arrived at 2:05 p.m.
Councillor Prentice arrived at 2:20 p.m.

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Mahoney;

Whereas the Prime Minister of Canada made a statement to the Mayor of Mississauga to the effect that `in light of the Region of Peel's particular problem' regarding the payment of social assistance to the high number of refugees in Peel, that he would look at how the Federal Government could assist the Region of Peel;

Therefore be it resolved that Peel area M.P.'s request the Prime Minister to take action and accept Peel's portion of the cost of general welfare assistance paid to refugees.

Carried 92-151

b) Mr. R. Howard, Rice-Kerbel Court Limited regarding Non-residential Development Charges, Plan 43M-863

Withdrawn

See also Resolution 92-157

c) Mr. R.K. Webb, Davis, Webb & Schulze regarding Draft Plan of Subdivision 21T-88019, City of Mississauga (Fanshaw Investments Inc.)

Withdrawn

d) Ms. E. McLaren, Assistant Deputy Minister, Office for the Greater Toronto Area regarding Greater Toronto Area Vision

Received 92-152

Moved by Councillor McCallion,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

That Regional Council receive the "GTA 2021 The Challenge of Our Future" documents prepared and presented by the Office for the Greater Toronto Area;

And further, that Regional Council prepare for the Minister of the Environment a detailed procedure as to how Peel wishes to deal with the data contained within the subject documents.

Carried 92-153

7. PRESENTATIONS

8. COMMUNICATIONS

9. PETITIONS

10. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONSIDER REPORTS

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

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

Carried 92-154

11. REPORTS

Committees

P-92-2 - PLANNING COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Dale presided.

Delegation

1. Mr. K. Owen, Manager, Land Resources, Credit Valley Conservation Authority regarding Introduction to a Recreational Strategy

Received 92-155-1

Item 9 was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

9. City of Brampton Official Plan Amendment Number 201

Presentation by Mr. P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning

RECOMMENDATION P-8-92:

That the Region of Peel advise the Ministry of Municipal Affairs that the Region of Peel supports the approval of Amendment Number 201 to the City of Brampton Official Plan subject to an agreement being entered into satisfactory to the Region of Peel concerning all interim servicing and future infrastructure costs as detailed in the report of the Commissioner of Planning, originally dated April 3, 1992, and revised and dated April 15, 1992, titled "City of Brampton Official Plan Amendment Number 201" prior to approval of the Amendment by the Minister of Municipal Affairs;

And further, that recognizing that this proposal supports the principle of offsetting residential development with commercial assessment, that Region of Peel support be subject to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs incorporating by modification the requirement for a Transportation Impact Study as identified in the revised subject report;

And further, that a copy of the revised subject report be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the City of Brampton for their information.

Approved 92-155-2

Councillor Robertson departed at 4:40 p.m.

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to revise the report including the phasing with which the City of Brampton has agreed and a map indicating the City of Brampton's approved proposed land use. Planning Policy and Research

2. Oak Ridges Moraine

Presentation by Mr. A. Campbell, Intermediate Planner, Planning Policy and Research

CW-89-92:

Moved by Councillor Seglins;

That Recommendation P-9-92 be amended to read:

"That the Ministry of Natural Resources be urged to proceed without delay with the Oak Ridges Moraine Planning Study in order to fulfil its mandate and to meet the proposed 1994 completion date;

And further, that the Region of Peel confirm its full participation in the Oak Ridges Moraine Planning Study through the Technical Working Committee;

And further, that the Ministry expeditiously appoint the Citizens' Committee so that it may work in conjunction with the Technical Working Committee for an effective consultative process;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated April 1, 1992, titled "The Oak Ridges Moraine" be forwarded to the Town of Caledon for their information."

Carried 92-155-3

3. A Conservation Strategy for the Conservation Authorities of Ontario

RECOMMENDATION P-10-92:

That Regional Council support the commitment of the Association of Conservation Authorities of Ontario to conserve, restore and protect the sustainability of the watershed environments and the concept of partnerships in developing procedures and programmes to achieve integrated resources management;

And further, that the issue of insufficient Provincial funding to conservation authorities for natural resource management programmes and the greater financial burden that this places on the member municipalities be addressed more fully;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 20, 1992, titled "A Conservation Strategy for the Conservation Authorities of Ontario" be forwarded to the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon and the Ministry of Natural Resources for their information.

Approved 92-155-4

4. Subwatershed 15, Partnership Proposal

RECOMMENDATION P-11-92:

That Regional Council support the development of a proposal to form a partnership to conduct a Subwatershed Plan for Credit River Subwatershed 15;

And further, that Regional staff be requested to report back on funding arrangements and other details when the proposal for a Subwatershed 15 partnership is complete;

And further, that Dufferin County be invited to participate;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 31, 1992, titled "Subwatershed 15, Partnership Proposal" be forwarded to the Minister of Natural Resources, the Minister of the Environment, the Minister of Municipal Affairs, the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, the Township of Erin, the Village of Erin, East Garafraxa, Wellington County, Dufferin County and the Town of Caledon for their information.

Approved 92-155-5

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to inform the Credit Valley Conservation Authority that they should consider the implementation of Subwatershed area #15, #17 and #19 simultaneously and seek the necessary funds, failing no additional immediate funds that the studies of the areas be done with funds available.

5. Ontario Assessment System: Household Counts and Assessed Value of Properties in Peel Region, 1991

Presentation by Mr. P. Allen, Commissioner of Planning

RECOMMENDATION P-12-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 30, 1992, titled "Ontario Assessment System: Household Counts and Assessed Value of Properties in Peel Region, 1991" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, the Mississauga Board of Trade, the Brampton Board of Trade, the Caledon Chamber of Commerce and area M.P.'s and M.P.P.'s for their information;

And further, that Regional Planning staff continue to report on the changes in assessment value of taxable properties in Peel Region and the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, and the Town of Caledon on an annual basis including the changes in assessed value of vacant industrial-commercial properties;

And further, that Regional Planning staff report on the comparative analysis of assessed value of taxable properties for the regional municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area.

Approved 92-155-6

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to report on data on vacant industrial/commercial property available for 1992 and on building permit values for the first part of 1992 for Peel's area municipalities.

6. Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario - Draft Goals of Planning: A Response from the Region of Peel

RECOMMENDATION P-13-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 24, 1992, titled "Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario - Draft Goals of Planning: A Response from the Region of Peel" be forwarded to the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario as the response from the Region of Peel;

And further, that the Commission on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario explicitly state what it proposes to be the vision of planning in Ontario;

And further, that the Commission establish one overall set of planning goals, based on an accepted and approved vision, which identifies what is to be achieved through planning in Ontario;

And further, that the Commission structure the goals of economic, social and environmental (both natural and built) aspects of planning so that these goals are more evenly balanced and are flexible enough to accommodate future changes and directions;

And further, that the Commission clearly state the goals of planning such that they are not misinterpreted, and clearly propose how these goals will be incorporated into the planning process;

And further, that the subject report be sent to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, the Minister of Municipal Affairs, the Office for the Greater Toronto Area, Peel Social Planning Council, Peel District Health Council and the United Way of Peel Region for their information;

And further, that Regional Planning staff be instructed to continue to monitor and report on the work of the Commission, in consultation with the area municipal planning staff.

Approved 92-155-7

See also Items 20 and 21

7. Region of Peel Proposed Tree Conservation By-law

RECOMMENDATION P-14-92:

That Regional Council forward the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated, March 31, 1992, titled "Region of Peel Proposed Tree Conservation By-law" for comment by June 30, 1992, to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, the Ministry of Natural Resources, and interest groups which have been identified by the Working Group members;

And further, that the Region publish a notice in a daily newspaper to notify the citizens of Peel of the Proposed Tree Conservation By-law and invite them to comment on the subject report and the accompanying draft by-law;

And further, that the Region continue to work with the Tree Conservation Working Group in developing a proposed Woodland Strategy for the Region of Peel;

And further, that the Region of Peel forward to the Minister of Natural Resources a request that amendments to the Trees Act be made without further delay, in accordance with comments contained in the report, dated June 26, 1991, titled "A Comparative Approach to Tree Protection in Peel Region" and approved by Regional Council under Resolution 91-281-2;

And further, that Regional staff be directed to review the Region of Peel Tree Conservation By-law once changes to the Trees Act are in place.

Approved 92-155-8

8. Review of Economic Indicators for 1991

RECOMMENDATION P-15-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 26, 1992, titled "Review of Economic Indicators for 1991" be received;

And further, that the subject report be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, Mississauga Transit, Brampton Transit, Peel Board of Education, Dufferin-Peel Separate School Board, and area M.P.'s and M.P.P.'s for their information.

Approved 92-155-9

Development Review and Transportation Policy

9. City of Brampton Official Plan Amendment Number 201

This item was dealt with under Recommendation P-8-92

10. Provincial Highway Priorities in Peel

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

RECOMMENDATION P-16-92:

That Regional Council support the recommended Ministry of Transportation Priority List identified on Schedule A of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 17, 1992, titled "Provincial Highway Priorities in Peel";

And further, that the subject list be submitted to the Provincial Minister of Transportation for approval, appropriate funding allocation, and a response to this request;

And further, that the subject report be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, area M.P.'s and M.P.P.'s, the Brampton Board of Trade, the Mississauga Board of Trade, the Caledon Chamber of Commerce, and the Urban Development Institute for their information.

Approved 92-155-10

The Commissioner of Planning was requested to send a representative to the Ministry of Transportation information centre in Schomberg, Ontario on April 14, 1992 regarding Highway 9 expansion and report to Planning Committee on the subject proposal.

The Regional Clerk and Director of Administration was requested to note in correspondence to the Minister of Transportation the report's comment with respect to extending Highway 410 from Mayfield Road northerly to Highway 10.

11. Metropolitan Toronto Commuter Rail Station Location Study

RECOMMENDATION P-17-92:

That with respect to the Metropolitan Toronto Commuter Rail Location Study, the Region of Peel advises Metropolitan Toronto as follows:

a) That the Region of Peel supports the construction of commuter rail stations at the following five locations:

i. Bloor Street on the Milton Line;

ii. Eglinton West on the Georgetown Line;

iii. Danforth Avenue on the Richmond Hill Line;

iv. Leaside Station on the Richmond Hill Line; and

v. Eglinton Station on the Richmond Hill Line;

b) That the Region of Peel conditionally supports the construction of the following stations:

i. Strachan Avenue on both the Milton and Georgetown lines if it is to be used only in the off-peak when required for access to the Canadian National Exhibition grounds, or when connecting transit services are available; and

ii. Highway 27 (Woodbine) on the Georgetown Line if it is located on the east side of Highway 27 to avoid conflict with the airport access rail alignment;

c) That the Region of Peel objects to the relocation of the Dixie Station to West Mall as this station is now an important station in the Region of Peel transportation network and provides better services in its present location;

d) That the Region of Peel does not object to the relocation of the Long Branch Station and requests representation on the Technical Committee supervising the station design when it is formed; and

e) That the Region of Peel supports the relocation of the Mimico Station to a location with improved local transit service.

And further, that the Region of Peel undertake a similar Commuter Rail Station Location Study in the Region of Peel;

And further, that staff report on the terms of reference for such a study including an estimated cost;

And further, that a copy of the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 20, 1992, titled "Metropolitan Toronto Commuter Rail Station Location Study" be forwarded to GO Transit, the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, the City of Etobicoke, the City of York, the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, the City of North York, and the Borough of East York.

Approved 92-155-11

12. Screenline/Cordon Count Program 1991

Deferred to the May 19, 1992 Planning Committee meeting 92-155-12

13. Need and Justification Study for the Protection of Highway 407/Parkway Belt West Transit Corridor

RECOMMENDATION P-18-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated April 7, 1992, titled "Need and Justification Study for the Protection of Highway 407/Parkway Belt West Transit Corridor" be endorsed;

And further, that the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario be requested to undertake preliminary design studies to define the alignment and property requirements for a separate transitway in the 407 corridor as soon as possible;

And further, that the design studies provide for connection of a Highway 410/403 transit corridor as identified in the Airport Area Transportation Study to eventually link the Mississauga and Bramalea City Centres;

And further, that the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be requested to amend the Parkway Belt West Plan, which is currently under review, to include a transitway on a separate right-of-way as a permitted use.

Approved 92-155-13

14. Amendment Number 377 to the Official Plan for the Vaughan Planning Area Muscillo Transport Limited, Town of Vaughan

RECOMMENDATION P-19-92:

That the Ministry of Municipal Affairs be advised that the Region of Peel supports the position of the Town of Caledon to not approve Official Plan Amendment Number 377 in the City of Vaughan and to refer this Amendment and its implementing By-law to the Ontario Municipal Board;

And further, that should the Ontario Municipal Board approve Amendment 377 that the Region request conditions requiring agreements for the matters set out in the report of the Commissioner of Planning, dated March 20, 1992, titled "Amendment Number 377 to the Official Plan for the Vaughan Planning Area Muscillo Transport Limited, Town of Vaughan";

And further, that a copy of the subject report be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, the Region of York, the City of Vaughan, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon and Muscillo Transport, for their information.

Approved 92-155-14

See also Item 24

The following staff direction made at the April 14, 1992 Planning Committee was amended to read as follows:

"The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to provide a summary of all applications to date for Region of Peel water service in the Town of Vaughan."

Items for Information

15. Airport Rail Access

Received 92-155-15

16. Clearing of Condition 43 for Valleywood Plans of Subdivision 21T-83032C and 21T-83033C

Received 92-155-16

17. Public Seminars on the Findings of the Greater Toronto Co-ordinating Committee Working Groups

Received 92-155-17

Communications

18. Town of Caledon regarding Lester B. Pearson International Airport Airside Development Project

Received 92-155-18

19. City of Vaughan regarding Response to the Official Plan Amendment Number 114 to the Town of Caledon

Received 92-155-19

20. Association of Municipalities of Ontario's Planning Act Reform Bulletin 2 regarding Planning Goals on Planning and Development Reform in Ontario

Received 92-155-20

See also Recommendation P-13-92 and Item 21

21. Association of Municipalities of Ontario's Policy Position regarding Planning: Framework for Roles and Responsibilities

Received 92-155-21

See also Recommendation P-13-92 and Item 20

22. Town of Caledon regarding Proposed Region of Peel Working Group, Provincial Aggregate Policies

Received 92-155-22

23. Ministry of Natural Resources regarding Membership Structure for Conservation Authorities

Received 92-155-23

24. Town of Caledon regarding Proposed Official Plan Amendment Number 377 and Rezoning Application, Muscillo Transport Ltd., Concrete Batching Plant, City of Vaughan

Received 92-155-24

See also Recommendation P-19-92

25. Ministry of the Environment regarding Mississauga Transitway Environmental Assessment

Referred to Planning for report 92-155-25

26. The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regarding Topsoil Preservation By-law, City of Mississauga

Received 92-155-26

27. City of Brampton regarding Georgetown Corridor All Day Service, Class Environmental Assessment

Received 92-155-27

28. Transport Canada regarding Bilateral Air Agreement Negotiations between Canada and the United States

Received 92-155-28

PW-92-3 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Pallett presided.

Administration

1. Revised Sewer By-law

Deferred to a future Public Works Committee meeting 92-155-29

Engineering and Construction

2. Widening of Mavis Road/2nd Line West from Future Highway 407 to Highway 7 - City of Brampton, Wards 4, 5 and 6

RECOMMENDATION PW-42-92:

That a pre-engineering study be undertaken to identify road widening requirements on Mavis Road/2nd Line West, from future Highway 407 to Highway 7, City of Brampton;

And further that the firm of McCormick Rankin and Associates be retained to undertake the study at an estimated cost of $10,000.00;

And further that the study be undertaken under Capital Project 92-4110, Mavis Road, 2nd Line West preliminary engineering study;

And further that the necessary funds be obtained from Capital Budget Item 92-4030, Engineering and Land for Future Works, to be financed from Development Charges.

Approved 92-155-30

3. Reconstruction of Mississauga Road from Highway 401 to Future Highway 407 - City of Mississauga, Wards 6 and 9

RECOMMENDATION PW-43-92:

That additional funds for consulting engineering fees for the reconstruction of Mississauga Road from Highway 401 to future Highway 407, City of Mississauga, in the amount of $150,000.00 be provided from Capital Budget Item 92-4030 to be financed by Development Charges Funds;

And further, that the necessary funds be transferred to Project 90-4090.

Approved 92-155-31

4. Reconstruction of Bovaird Drive from Dixie Road to Airport Road, Project 92- 4090 - City of Brampton, Ward 10

RECOMMENDATION PW-44-92:

That Bovaird Drive be widened to a basic six-lane urban section from Dixie Road to Airport Road, City of Brampton, at an estimated cost of $12,500,000.00 under Project 92-4090;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from Capital Budget Item 92-4090 to be financed as follows:

Ministry of Transportation Subsidy

$ 6,920,000.00

Development Charges

$ 2,214,000.00

Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order

E910316

$ 3,366,000.00

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

Approved 92-155-32

5. Widening of Steeles Avenue East from Dixie Road to Torbram Road, Project 91-4090 - City of Brampton, Wards 8 and 9

RECOMMENDATION PW-45-92:

That Steeles Avenue East be widened to six lanes from Dixie Road to Torbram Road, City of Brampton, at an estimated cost of $6,300,000.00 under Project 91-4090;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 91-4090 to be financed as follows:

Ministry of Transportation Subsidy

$ 340,000.00

Current Revenue

$ 1,418,000.00

Development Charges

$ 2,313,000.00

Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order

E920149

$ 2,229,000.00

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

Approved 92-155-33

6. Widening of Derry Road from Torbram Road to Burlington Street, Project 92- 4040 - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-46-92:

That Derry Road be widened to a six lane urban section from Torbram Road to Burlington Street, City of Mississauga under Project 92-4040;

And further, that the necessary funds in the amount of $2,600,000.00 be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-4040 to be financed as follows:

Ministry of Transportation Subsidy

$ 140,000.00

Current Revenue

$ 1,722,000.00

Development Charges

$ 488,000.00

Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order

E920149

$ 250,000.00

And further, that W. Strok & Associates Limited continue to be retained to carry out the detailed design works for this project;

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

Approved 92-155-34

7. Replacement of Watermains on Pioneer Drive, Isherwood Court and Donata Drive, Project 92-1470 - City of Mississauga, Ward 6

RECOMMENDATION PW-47-92:

That in conjunction with the City of Mississauga road reconstruction project, the existing 150 mm diameter watermains on Pioneer Drive, Isherwood Court and Donata Drive, City of Mississauga be replaced at an estimated cost of $150,000.00 under Project 92-1470;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1300, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-155-35

8. Replacement of Watermain on Wilton Drive from Elwood Drive to Queen Street, Project 92-1430 - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-48-92:

That the existing 150 mm diameter watermain on Wilton Drive, from Elwood Drive to Queen Street, Town of Caledon be replaced at an estimated cost of $350,000.00 under Project 92-1430;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1430, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-155-36

9. Replacement of Watermains on Lynd Avenue, Radcliffe Boulevard and Trotwood Avenue, Project 92-1350 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-49-92:

That the existing watermains on Lynd Avenue, Radcliffe Boulevard and Trotwood Avenue, City of Mississauga be replaced at an estimated cost of $930,000.00, under Project 92-1350;

And further that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1350, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-155-37

10. Replacement of Watermain on Indian Road from South Sheridan Way to Mississauga Road, Project 92-1340 - City of Mississauga, Ward 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-50-92:

That the existing watermain on Indian Road, from South Sheridan Way to Mississauga Road, City of Mississauga be replaced at an estimated cost of $1,850,000.00 under Project 92-1340;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1340, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-155-38

11. Replacement of Watermains on Connaught Crescent, Dalton Street and Temperance Street, Project 92-1390 - Town of Caledon, Ward 5

RECOMMENDATION PW-51-92:

That the existing watermains on Connaught Crescent, Dalton Street and Temperance Street, Town of Caledon be replaced at an estimated cost of $660,000.00 under Project 92-1390;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1390, to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-155-39

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

RECOMMENDATION PW-52-92:

That the watermain on Stafford Drive from Rutherford Road to Kennedy Road, City of Brampton be replaced at an estimated cost of $385,000.00 under Project 92-1410;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1410 to be financed from Current Revenue.

Approved 92-155-40

13. Replacement of Watermains on Briarwood Avenue, Forest Avenue and Iroquois Avenue, Project 92-1440 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

Deferred to a future Public Works Committee meeting 92-155-41

14. Proposed 300 mm Feedermain - Granite Stone Estates, Project 92-1130 - Town of Caledon, Ward 3

RECOMMENDATION PW-53-92:

That a 300 mm feedermain be constructed on 5th Sideroad, 5th Line East and Walkers Road, Town of Caledon to connect the proposed Caledon Well Number 4 Pumping Station to the existing water supply system in Caledon East, at an estimated cost of $500,000.00, under Project 92-1130;

And further, that the necessary funds be provided from the Capital Budget Item 92-1130, to be financed as follows:

Current Revenue

$ 125,000.00

Development Charges

$ 143,000.00

Debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order

E890260

$ 10,237.00

E870348

$ 221,763.00

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

Approved 92-155-42

The Commissioner of Public Works was requested to address the issue of traffic and public inconvenience in its notification of the feedermain construction on 5th Sideroad, 5th Line East and Walkers Road in the Town of Caledon.

15. Sandalwood Parkway Feedermain - City of Brampton, Ward 2

RECOMMENDATION PW-54-92:

That a 750 mm diameter feedermain be extended approximately 460 metres on Sandalwood Parkway, from Royal Palm Drive to Heart Lake Road, City of Brampton under Project 92-1160;

And further, that funds in the amount of $440,000.00 be allocated from Capital Budget Item 91-1800 to be financed from Development Charges;

And further, that the firm of Knox, Martin, Kretch be retained by the Region of Peel to undertake design and contract administration.

Approved 92-155-43

16. Installation of Private Water Services

RECOMMENDATION PW-55-92:

That notwithstanding the plumbing code (Ontario Regulation 401/91), all waterworks in the Regional Municipality of Peel, including private water services to the point of metering, continue to be designed and constructed in accordance with Region of Peel By-law Number 9-73; a by-law with respect to the supply of water and the management and maintenance of the waterworks system in the Region of Peel;

And further, that the report of the Commissioner of Public Works, dated March 30, 1992, titled "Installation of Private Water Services" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon for their review and comment;

And further, that the Commissioner of Public Works submit final recommendations to the Public Works Committee following receipt of comments from the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon;

And further, that the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon be requested to discontinue the dual inspection of private water services, with the Region of Peel being responsible for this activity until such time as a resolution acceptable to both levels of municipal government is adopted.

Approved 92-155-44

Operations

17. "U" Turn Prohibition - Regional Road 17 (Cawthra Road) at South Service Road - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

RECOMMENDATION PW-56-92:

That a by-law to amend By-law Number 51-88 be enacted to prohibit "U" turns for the southbound to northbound movement on Regional Road 17 (Cawthra Road) at the South Service Road, City of Mississauga;

And further, that Peel Regional Police be requested to strictly enforce the subject by-law once implemented and signed accordingly in the field.

Approved 92-155-45

See also Resolution 92-159

18. Request for Proposals - Process Control Programming for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System

RECOMMENDATION PW-57-92:

That proposals be obtained from qualified engineering consultants to carry out the necessary programming of the Central Control and Remote Processing Units for the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System, under Project 92-1180, in accordance with the Purchasing By-law;

And further, that the necessary funds in the amount of $130,000.00 be provided from the 1992 Capital Budget Item 92-1100 to be financed from debentures under Ontario Municipal Board Order E910316;

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

Approved 92-155-46

Items for Information

19. Reconstruction of Steeles Avenue from Hurontario Street to Etobicoke Creek, Project 92-4080 - City of Brampton, Wards 3 and 4

Received 92-155-47

20. Sewer By-law Prosecution, Roto - Tone Gravure Service Ltd. - 3091 Wharton Way - City of Mississauga, Ward 3

Received 92-155-48

21. St. Lawrence Cement, Refuse Derived Fuel (R.D.F.) Project

Received 92-155-49

Communications

22. Association of Municipalities of Ontario Newsbill regarding Ontario Soft Drink Association's (OSDA) Top-Up Grant

Received 92-155-50

23. Minister of the Environment regarding Provincial Discussion Papers on Waste Management Planning and Municipal Waste Management Powers

Referred to Public Works for report 92-155-51

24. Environmental Appeal Board regarding Notice of Pre-Hearing Conference for St. Lawrence Cement Inc.

Received 92-155-52

25. Ministry of the Environment News Release regarding Waste Management Act - Bill 143

Received 92-155-53

SS-92-2 - SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE

Committee Chair Begley presided.

General Services Division

1. 1992 Regional Grants

RECOMMENDATION SS-12-92:

That the Region of Peel approve a total grant amount of $316,775.00 to be distributed to agencies as outlined in the report of the Commissioner of Social Services, dated March 12, 1992, titled "1992 Regional Grants".

Approved 92-155-54

Children's Services Division

2. Occupancy Rate

Received 92-155-55

3. Integrated Program in the Child Development Centres

Received 92-155-56

The Commissioner of Social Services was requested to ensure that Regional staff monitor the transition of Williams Syndrome children from the Child Development Centres into the public education system and identify any needs which may arise from the transition. Seniors Services Division

4. Renovation Plan - Sheridan Villa

RECOMMENDATION SS-13-92:

That Regional Council petition the Minister of Community and Social Services to support the renovation plan for Sheridan Villa as submitted in 1991;

And further, that the Minister of Community and Social Services advise Regional Council as to a reasonable time frame for the availability of capital funds to match Regional funds for a total project value of $3,885,000.00;

And further, that Regional staff continue to monitor project development and building renovation needs at Sheridan Villa and report to Regional Council from time to time.

Approved 92-155-57

5. Hospital Restraints Effect on Peel Homes for the Aged

Received 92-155-58

6. Patient Classification

Received 92-155-59

7. Volunteerism at Peel Homes for Seniors

Received 92-155-60

Social Assistance Division

Item 10 was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

10. Proportional Cost of Welfare Services

Staff Presentation by Mr. D. Szwarc, Director of Social Assistance

Received 92-155-61

The Commissioner of Social Services was requested to include dollar figures on Appendix 1 of the report dated April 2, 1992, titled "Proportional Cost of Welfare Services" and circulate a copy to Regional Councillors.

8. State of Wisconsin Learnfare Program

RECOMMENDATION SS-14-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Social Services, dated March 31, 1992, titled "State of Wisconsin Learnfare Program" and the background material be referred to the Peel Board of Education for their consideration of the viability of pursuing funding for a joint proposal;

And further, that should the Peel Board of Education support the proposal that a request be put forward to the Ministry of Social Services and the Ministry of Education to initiate a similar program in the Region of Peel.

Approved 92-155-62

9. Ontario Training and Adjustment Board

RECOMMENDATION SS-15-92:

That the report of the Commissioner of Social Services, dated April 1, 1992, titled "Ontario Training and Adjustment Board" be forwarded to the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon for comment prior to submission to the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board;

And further, that the submission to the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board specify the need for separate political representation from the Region of Peel and the Region of Halton on the local labour force board.

Approved 92-155-63

See also Recommendation SS-16-92

Item 21 was brought forward and dealt with at this time.

21. Toronto School of Business, Mississauga Campus regarding Ontario Training and Adjustment Board

RECOMMENDATION SS-16-92:

Whereas the Province of Ontario has established the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board to provide training and quality education to people in need;

And whereas, the Province is currently conducting consultations in a number of local communities, known as "Local Boards: A Partnership For Training";

And whereas, these Boards will control the flow of all training dollars in Ontario;

And whereas, the Ontario Federation of Labour has recommended to the Ontario Government that private educators and trainers be excluded from partnership on these Boards;

And whereas, private vocational schools contribute by providing training in local communities and make substantial contributions to the local economies by paying taxes, providing employment and providing good quality service;

And whereas, the exclusion of private educators and trainers from these Boards will severely affect those businesses and, most importantly the students, and it will also create a demand on the public system with additional costs to the taxpayers that will be unacceptable;

Therefore be it resolved that the Province be requested to include private educators and trainers on all local Ontario Training and Adjustment Boards;

And further, that the Province encourage private vocational education and training in the community in a true "Partnership for Training".

Approved 92-155-64

See also Recommendation SS-15-92

10. Proportional Cost of Welfare Services

This item was dealt with earlier in the meeting

11. Welfare Fraud and Information Telephone Pamphlet

Received 92-155-65

Communications

12. Chairman Kolb regarding Federal Government Refugee Determination Process

Received 92-155-66

13. Mississauga Board of Trade regarding Federal Government Refugee Determination Process

Received 92-155-67

14. Mr. D. Blenkarn, M.P. regarding Moratorium on Immigration

Received 92-155-68

15. Mrs. M. Marland, M.P.P. regarding Roll Back of General Welfare Assistance

Received 92-155-69

16. Metropolitan Toronto regarding General Welfare Assistance and a Meeting with the Three Levels of Government

Received 92-155-70

17. Metropolitan Toronto regarding Establishing a Welfare Stabilization Fund

Referred to Social Services for report 92-155-71

18. Mr. B. Callahan, M.P.P. regarding Funding for Credit Counselling Program

Received 92-155-72

19. Mrs. M. Marland, M.P.P. regarding Funding Support for Credit Counselling Program

Received 92-155-73

20. Premier of Ontario regarding Funding Support for Credit Counselling Program

Received 92-155-74

Additional Item

21. Toronto School of Business, Mississauga Campus regarding Ontario Training and Adjustment Board

This item was dealt with under Recommendation SS-16-92

AF - ITEMS RELATED TO ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE

Committee Chair Mullin presided.

Administration

AF1. Cancellation of Regional Council Meeting, June 11, 1992

CW-90-92:

Moved by Councillor Mullin;

That the Regional Council meeting scheduled for June 11, 1992, be cancelled.

Carried 92-155-75

AF2. Pending Items Report as of March 26, 1992

Referred to the May 5, 1992 Administration and Finance Committee meeting 92-155-76

AF3. Workers' Compensation Experience - 1991

Withdrawn

AF4. Employment Equity

Withdrawn

Finance

AF5. 1992 Levy By-laws

Councillor McKechnie departed at 5:05 p.m.

Referred to the May 5, 1992 Administration and Finance Committee meeting 92-155-77

See also Resolutions 92-155-78 and 92-155-81

AF6. 1992 Tax Levy By-law - Town of Caledon Request

Referred to the May 5, 1992 Administration and Finance Committee meeting 92-155-78

See also Resolutions 92-155-77 and 92-155-81

AF7. December 31, 1991 Triannual Report on the Current Budget

Received 92-155-79

AF8. Regional Reserves and Reserve Funds

Received 92-155-80

Communications

AF9. Town of Caledon regarding 1992 Levy By-laws

Received 92-155-81

See also Resolutions 92-155-77 and 92-155-78

AF10. Town of Caledon regarding Salary Increase Guidelines

Councillor Kennedy departed at 5:20 p.m.

CW-91-92:

Moved by Councillor Whitehead;

Whereas the Province of Ontario has limited salary increases to its non-union staff to 1% in 1992, and 2% in 1993 and 2% in 1994;

And whereas the Province of Ontario has also limited its grants to 1% or less for 1992 and presumably 2% or less in both 1993 and 1994;

And whereas the Province of Ontario has not demonstrated a willingness to control the provincial arbitration process to limit settlement to no more than the stated provincial guidelines;

And whereas municipal government, agencies, boards and commissions are finding it difficult, if not impossible, to bring in zero or at least 1% increase budgets in the absence of being able to control salaries to 1% increase equivalent;

Therefore be it resolved that the Region of Peel petition the Province of Ontario to immediately approve legislation to universally limit salary increases to the 1-2-2 provincial guidelines regardless of past, present or future agreements or settlements.

Carried 92-155-82

AF11. Ministry of the Environment regarding Appointment to the Niagara Escarpment Commission

Received 92-155-83

AF12. Ministry of the Solicitor General regarding Inquiry into Alleged Comments regarding Police Services by Ms. M. Nnolim

Received 92-155-84

See also Resolution 92-164-2

AF13. Peel Police Services Board regarding Video Gambling

CW-92-92:

Moved by Councillor Mullin;

Whereas the Provincial Government has indicated a strong interest in legalizing video gambling machines and other forms of gambling in Ontario;

And whereas, the introduction of video gambling could result in increased costs for local agencies which would be responsible for the monitoring and policing of such machines;

And whereas, the type of system which might be utilized by the Provincial Government to authorize, deploy and maintain such video gambling machines could result in an increase in criminal activity;

Therefore be it resolved that prior to any decision to legalize video gambling machines or other forms of gambling in Ontario that the Provincial Government enter into full consultations with police agencies and local governments to ensure that such a decision does not result in a potential increase in criminal activity or a substantial increase in cost to local agencies which would be responsible for monitoring or policing such gambling activities.

Carried 92-155-85

AF14. Peel Police Services Board regarding Police Funding Inequities in Ontario

CW-93-92:

Moved by Councillor Mullin;

That the Region of Peel express its support for the recommendations contained in the Ontario Association of Police Services Boards' brief to the Ministry of the Solicitor General, dated February, 1992, titled "Police Funding Inequities in Ontario";

And further, that the position taken by the Region of Peel be communicated to the Solicitor General of Ontario, the critics for the Opposition parties, and area M.P.P.'s.

Carried 92-155-86

12. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, RISE AND REPORT

CW-94-92:

Moved by Councillor Dale;

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

Carried 92-155-87

13. ADOPTION OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Calder;

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

Carried 92-155

14. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

15. NEW BUSINESS

a) Widening of Airport Road from Ripon Street to Morningstar Drive, Project 88-4100 - City of Mississauga, Ward 5

Received 92-156

b) Development Charges related to Rice-Kerbel Court Limited, Plan 43M-863

Moved by Councillor Palleschi,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That Rice-Kerbel Court Limited be granted an extension on the payment of the final instalment of Regional development charges of $157,879.68 under plan of subdivision 43M-863 in the City of Brampton;

And further, that the balance of the costs shall be paid in quarterly instalments due in full by March 1, 1993;

And further, that interest shall accrue at the rate of prime plus one and one half percent per annum from March 1, 1992, up to the date of payment, secured by a letter of credit in a form satisfactory to the Region of Peel from Rice-Kerbel Court Limited in the minimum amount of $172,483.55;

And further, that the necessary documents be executed in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto.

Carried 92-157

c) Retail Backyard and Composter Distribution Program

Moved by Councillor Pallett,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That the Region of Peel initiate a Retail Backyard Composter Distribution Program through those retailers responding to the Program and agreeing with the conditions imposed;

And further, that the subsidy component of the cost paid to the retailers be charged to the Waste Management current budget and subsequently recovered from the Ministry of the Environment Grant Program;

And further, that application for such grants be made to the Ministry of the Environment for the 1992 Program;

And further, that the units to be distributed include only those listed in Appendix II of the report of the Commissioner of Public Works dated March 18, 1992, titled "`Standards' Approval for Home Composting Units" and incorporating the Region of Peel logo and rodent resistant measures.

Carried 92-158

16. BY-LAWS

Moved by Councillor Palleschi,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

That the by-laws listed on the Regional Council meeting agenda, being By-laws Numbered 40-92, 43-92 to 49-92 inclusive, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Regional Clerk, and the Corporate Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 92-159

Three Readings

By-law Number 40-92: To accept, assume and dedicate lands for public highway purposes.

By-law Number 43-92: To authorize the purchase of a local fingerprint computer database for the Automated Fingerprint Identification "Hunter" System for the Peel Regional Police.

By-law Number 44-92: To authorize the development of the Automated Learning System for the Peel Regional Police.

By-law Number 45-92: To authorize the updating of the software program for the collection and reporting of crime information for the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics and the Peel Regional Police.

By-law Number 46-92: To authorize the design and engineering of the renovations on the first and second floors at the Peel Regional Police Headquarters and the basement of the 22 Divisional facility.

By-law Number 47-92: To authorize the development of information software, customization and integration of licensed software and training for the Computer Generated Mapping System - Phase II.

By-law Number 48-92: To authorize the leasing of office space for the training bureau for the Peel Regional Police.

By-law Number 49-92: To amend By-law number 51-88 being a by-law to regulate traffic on roads under the jurisdiction of the Regional Municipality of Peel.

See also Resolution 92-155-45

17. RESOLUTIONS

a) City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws

Moved by Councillor Dale,
Seconded by Councillor Seglins;

That the following City of Mississauga Traffic By-laws be approved:

By-law Number 626-91 - To amend Traffic By-law Number 444-79, as amended, for the maximum rate of speed.

By-law Number 147-92 - To amend Traffic By-law Number 444-79, as amended, for off-street parking lots.

Carried 92-160

b) Proclamation - Arrive Alive - Drive Sober Week, May 11 - 18, 1992, as requested by Against Drunk Driving

Moved by Councillor Palleschi,
Seconded by Councillor Begley;

WHEREAS Against Drunk Driving (A.D.D.) is sponsoring a province- wide Anti-Drinking and Driving campaign;

AND WHEREAS the campaign will focus public attention on drinking and driving with a view to preventing many of the needless deaths and injuries it causes;

AND WHEREAS the residents of the Region of Peel must become aware of the measures that are being taken to alleviate the problem of Drinking and Driving;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT May 11 - 18, 1992, be proclaimed ARRIVE ALIVE - DRIVE SOBER WEEK in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Carried 92-161

c) Proclamation - Mental Health Week, May 4 - 10, 1992, as requested by the Canadian Mental Health Association/Peel

Moved by Councillor Palleschi, Seconded by Councillor Begley;

WHEREAS mental health is a precious resource;

AND WHEREAS the theme of this year's Mental Health Week is "Accommodate Mental Health";

AND WHEREAS the Region of Peel wishes to support hospital, self- help group, counselling centre and the Peel branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association programs which provide the citizens of Peel with opportunities to learn about mental health;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT May 4 - 10, 1992, be proclaimed MENTAL HEALTH WEEK in the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Carried 92-162

18. NOTICES OF MOTION

19. OTHER BUSINESS - ENQUIRIES BY MEMBERS

20. VERBAL REPORTS

SPECIAL PURPOSE BODIES

21. ITEMS PRESENTED FOR INFORMATION

a) Agenda of the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting, April 10, 1992

b) Minutes of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Executive Committee Meeting, March 27, 1992

c) Notice of the Special Metropolitan Toronto Housing Committee Meeting, April 10, 1992

d) Newsletter of the Interim Waste Authority Limited - Focus on Waste, April, 1992

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

Moved by Councillor Seglins,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

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

Carried 92-163

23. REPORTS, IN CAMERA

Committees

PW-92-2 - PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE

Engineering and Construction

a) Widening of Derry Road from Highway 10 to McLaughlin Road, Part of West Half of Lot 10, Concession 1, West of Hurontario Street, Project 89-4020 -City of Mississauga, Ward 9

RECOMMENDATION PW-58-92:

That the Regional Municipality of Peel commence the procedures to expropriate the fee simple ownership of lands owned by Fausto Finelli, Antonio Finelli, and Donato Finelli for the purposes of widening and reconstruction of Derry Road from Highway 10 to McLaughlin Road, shown as Parts 2 and 3 on Reference Plan 43R-18327;

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

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

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

Approved 92-164-1

AF - ITEMS RELATED TO ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE

AFa. Investigation by the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services (OCCPS), Investigation and Inquiry into the Conduct or Performance of the Duties of Ms. M. Nnolim, Statements Published in the Toronto Star, September 12, 1991

CW-95-92:

Moved by Councillor Iannicca;

That the Regional Solicitor be authorized and directed to attend the inquiry held by the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services into the conduct or performance of Ms. M. Nnolim arising out of statements published in The Toronto Star newspaper on September 12, 1991;

And further, that the costs of the inquiry payable by the Regional Municipality of Peel under subsection 25 (2) of the Police Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.15, be approved up to the sum of $40,000.00 payable out of the contingency fund for 1992 through the Legal Services cost centre GC02001, account number 3210.

Carried 92-164-2

See also Resolution 92-155-84

AFb. Hillmond Investments Ltd. (William Sorokolit) Legal Action Against the Regional Municipality of Peel for Breach of an Offer to Lease dated November 9, 1984 for the Occupancy of Premises at Central Parkway Mall

Received 92-164-3

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

CW-96-92:

Moved by Councillor Seglins;

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

Carried 92-164-4

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

Moved by Councillor Seglins,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

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

Carried 92-164

26. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Seglins,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That By-law Number 50-92 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on April 23, 1992, and to authorize the execution of documents in accordance with the Region's by-laws relating thereto, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Chairman and the Regional Clerk, and the Corporate Seal affixed thereto.

Carried 92-165

27. ADJOURNMENT

Moved by Councillor Seglins,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

That Regional Council now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, May 14, 1992, at 1:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chairman.

Carried 92-166

The meeting adjourned at 5:36 p.m.

Regional Clerk Chairman