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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 O1 09 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter (arrived 8:40 p.m.) 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
ABSENT 
Councillor F. Andrews (vacation) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 01 09. 


COO1-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


the Agenda for Council meeting dated 1989 01 09, be approved as printed 
and circulated. 


CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ALDERMAN PALLESCHI - ITEM F 4 - REFUSE STORAGE FACILITIES FOR RESTAURANT 


USES IN INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL AREAS - HE IS IN THE RESTAURANT 
BUSINESS. 


Crs ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1988 12 19. 


C002-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held 1988 12 19. be approved 
as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


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D. CONSENT MOTION: 


C003-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items and that the various 
Officials of the Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 


* F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 OQ1 03 RE: 
SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION, GOLF VALLEY SUBDIVISION. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development dated 
1989 01 03 re: subdivision release and assumption, Golf Valley 
Subdivision, be received, and; 


All works constructed and installed in accordance with the Subdivision 
Agreement for Registered Plan 43M-553 (Golf Valley Subdivision) 
be accepted and assumed, subject to the retention of $10,000.00 
for outstanding landscaping deficiencies, and; 


The Treasurer be authorized to release all securities held by the City in 
connection with the development except for $10,000.00 to be 
retained for outstanding landscaping deficiencies, and; 


A by-law be prepared and presented to Council, assuming the following 
streets, as shown on Registered Plan 43M-553, as public highways: 


Turtlecreek Boulevard, That portion as shown 
on Registered Plan 
43M-553. 


Inverary Drive 
Sugar Creek Lane 


Seminole Drive, That portion as shown on 
Registered Plan 43M-553. 


m F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 Q1 04 RE: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 17, CONCESSION 


6 E.H.S.. ATRPORT ROAD AND MAYFIELD ROAD, WARD 10, PENNY FUELS 
INC. (BY-LAWS 02-89, 03-89 AND 04-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development dated 
1989 01 04 re: Application to amend the Zoning By-law, Part of 
Lot 17, Concession 6, E.H.S., Airport Road and Mayfield Road, 
Ward 10, Penny Fuels Inc., be received, and; 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of the agreement By-law 02-89, being 
a by-law to authorize an agreement between Penny Fuels Inc., The 
Corporation of tlle City of Brampton, The Regional Municipality 
of Peel and Robert S. Grant and Mary Margaret Grant, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 03-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 151-88 (part 
of Lot 17, Concession 6, E.H.S., geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 04-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 861 (part 
of Lot 17, Concession 6, E.H.S., geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


* F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 OQ1 04 RE: 
PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT, LAKEVIEW ESTATES, BRAMPTON 4-2 


WEST LIMITED, NEW DEVELOPMENT AREA NUMBER 11, SECONDARY PLAN (OPA 
123 WARD 4 (BY-LAW 15-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development dated 
1989 O01 04 re: Proposed Official Plan Amendment, Lakeview 
Estates, Brampton 4-2 West Limited, New Development Area Number 
11, Secondary Plan (OPA 123). Ward 4, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 15-89 being a by-law to adopt Amendment Number 
153 to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area, 
and; 


THAT staff be directed to submit the official plan amendment to the Ministry 
of Municipal Affairs for approval. 


* F 6. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANT CITY CLERK 
DATED 1989 O01 05 RE: BY-LAW 280-88, DIAMANTOUROUS GROUP - WARD 
10. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development and 
Assistant City Clerk dated 1989 01 05 re: By-law 280-88, 
Diamantourous Group - Ward 10, be received, and; 


THAT the Clerk forward the Notice of Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board 
in accordance with Section 34(21) of the Planning Act, 1983. 


x F 7. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 01 05 RE: 
CERCLE DE L'AMITIE PARADE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1989. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 09 


Shs Wi ves 
CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public Works and Building dated 
1989 01 05 re: Cercle De L'Amitie Parade, Saturday, February 18, 
1989, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve of the parade subject to the appropriate permits being 
procured from the Public Works Department. 


* F 8. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 O01 04 RE: 


BY-LAW 151-88 (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF CHINGUACOUSY COMPREHENSIVE 
ZONING BY-LAW) APPEALS AND PROPOSED HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENT 


(BY-LAW 16-88) 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development dated 
1989 01 04 re: By-law 151-88 (former Township of Chinguacousy 
Comprehensive Zoning By-law) Appeals and Proposed Housekeeping 
Amendment, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 16-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 151-88 (former 
Township of Chinguacousy Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


* I 1. JAMES J. YARROW, CHAIRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 1988 12 14 RE: 
1988 PARK WALKWAY LIGHTING PROGRAM. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from James J. Yarrow, Chairman, Brampton Hydro Dated 
1988 12 14 re: 1988 Park Walkway Lighting Program, be received. 


* I 2. HONOURABLE HUGH P. O'NEIL, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND 
RECREATION DATED 1988 12 09 RE: RECEIPT OF CITY OF BRAMPTON 
RESOLUTION CONCERNING BILL 119 AN ACT TO AMEND THE ONTARIO LOTTERY 
CORPORATION ACT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Honourable Hugh P. O'Neil, Minister, Ministry 
of Tourism and Recreation dated 1988 12 09 re: receipt of City 
of Brampton resolution concerning Bill 119, An Act to amend the 
Ontario Lottery Corporation Act, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to staff. 


% I 3. DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1988 12 21 RE: CANTILEVERED 


SIDEWALK ON THE STEELES AVENUE BRIDGE OVER ETOBICOKE CREEK 


PROJECT 88-4240. 


THAT the 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


correspondence from Deborah E. Trouten, Regional Clerk, The 
Regional Municipality of Peel dated 1988 12 21 re: Cantilevered 
sidewalk on the Steeles Avenue bridge over Etobicoke Creek, 
Project 88-4240, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to staff for a report. 


BRIAN WARD, DIRECTOR, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT BRANCH MINISTRY 
OF THE ENVIRONMENT DATED 1988 12 16 RE:ONTARIO WASTE MANAGEMENT 
CORPORATION  - WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL 
ASSESSMENT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Brian Ward, Director, Environmental Assessment 


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Branch, Ministry of the Environment dated 1988 12 16 re: Ontario 
Waste Management Corporation - Waste Management System 
Environmental Assessment, be received. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD DATED 1988 12 
16 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR HEARING, APPEAL BY WAYNE GATES AND EKE 
GATES, APPLICATION A229/88 FOR A VARIANCE FROM THE PROVISIONS 
OF BY-LAW 200-82, AS AMENDED - 7 WOODWARD AVENUE. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, Secretary,Ontario Municipal 


Board dated 1988 12 16 re: Appointment for Hearing, Appeal by 
Wayne Gates and Eke Gates, Application A229/88 for a Variance 
from the provisions of By-law 200-82, as amended - 7 Woodward 
Avenue, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the City of Brampton's position. 


x I 6. 


JOE SADOWSKI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE CANADIAN TRIBUTE TO HUMAN 
RIGHTS DATED 1988 12 09 RE: DONATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 
THE TRIBUTE MONUMENT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Joe Sadowski, Executive Director, The Canadian 


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Tribute To Human Rights dated 1988 12 09 re: Donations for the 
construction of the Tribute monument, be received. 


H. D. SUTTER, CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF GOVERNORS. SHERIDAN COLLEGE OF 
APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY DATED 1988 ]2 14 RE: INSTALLATION 
OF TRAFFIC LIGHTS THE CORNER OF McLAUGHLIN ROAD AND KINGKNOLL 
DRIVE. 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from H. D. Sutter, Chairman, Board of Governors, 
Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology dated 1988 12 
14 re: Installation of traffic lights the corner of McLaughlin 
Road and Kingknoll Drive, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building for a report. 


* I 8. GERALD A. OXMAN, ADMINISTRATOR, MEN'S LIFE SKILLS DATED 1988 12 
08 RE: DONATION OF $1,000.00 FOR OPERATION EXPENSES. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Gerald A. Oxman, Administrator, Men's Life 
Skills dated 1988 12 08 re: Donation of $1,000.00 for Operation 
Expenses, be received. 


* I 9. BRIAN CLARKSON, PRESIDENT, CHINGUACOUSY CONCERT BAND DATED 1988 
12, 16 RE: REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Brian Clarkson, President, Chinguacousy Concert 
Band dated 1988 12 16 re: Request for financial assistance, be 
received, and; 


THAT this be referred to staff. 


% I10. HONOURABLE BENOIT BOUCHARD, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT 
DATED 1988 12 01 RE: CITY OF BRAMPTON'S CORRESPONDENCE CONCERNING 
SPEEDING TRAINS IN BRAMPTON. 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Honourable Benoit Bouchard, Minister, Ministry 
of Transport dated 1988 12 01 re: City of Brampton's 
correspondence concerning Speeding Trains in Brampton, be 


received. 
* T11. DEBORAH EF. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY 


OF PEEL DATED 1988 12 20 RE: THE IDENTIFICATION AND MONITORING 
OF ENVIRONMENTALLY SIGNIFICANT AREAS IN THE REGION OF PEEL. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Deborah E. Trouten, Regional Clerk, The 
Regional Municipality of Peel dated 1988 12 20 re: The 
identification and monitoring of environmentally significant 
areas in the Region of Peel, be received. 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* T12. SHIRLEY B. WILSON, SOCIAL CONVENOR, BRAMPTON CURLING CLUB DATED 
1988 12 12 RE: ONTARIO SCOTT TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS JANUARY 31 TO 
FEBRUARY 4, 1990 - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT IN HOSTING 
LUNCHEON AT CENTENNIAL CENTRE (MARY STREET FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 
2, 1990 FOR 80 PEOPLE. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Shirley B. Wilson, Social Convenor, Brampton 
Curling Club dated 1988 12 12 re: Ontario Scott Tournament Of 
Hearts, January 31 to February 4, 1990 - request for financial 
support in hosting luncheon at Centennial Centre (Mary Street), 

Friday, February 2, 1990 for 80 people,be recieved,and: 


THAT the Brampton Curling Club be granted $1,000.00 towards the cost of 
the February 2, 1990 luncheon which shall include all applicable 
taxes and gratuities in accordance with the City of Brampton's 


policy. 
* 113) W. A. McLEAN, GENERAL MANAGER, THE METROPOLITAN TORONTO AND 


REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY DATED 1988 12 19 RE:A REVIEW OF 
THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES PROGRAM-REPORT. 


RECOMME\INDAT ION 
THAT the correspondence from W. A. McLean, General Manager, The 
Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority dated 


1988 12 19 re: A review of the Conservation Authorities 
Program-Report, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to the Commissioner of Planning and Development for 
a report. 

x J 1. COMMISSTONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 01 04 RE: 
COUNCIL RESOLUTION REQUIRED FOR M.T.O. FINAL RETURN. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public Works and Building dated 
1989 O01 04 re: Council Resolution required for M.T.O. Final 
return, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the following recommendation: 
"THAT a Petition be made to the Ministry of Transportation for Final Subsidy 


Payment under the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement 
Act on expenditures made in the year 1988." 


* M10. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT 
AREA, MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 1988 12 19. 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from The Board of Management, Downtown Brampton Business 
Improvement Area, meeting held 1988 12 19, be received. 


CARRIED 
E. DELEGATIONS 


E 1. SANDRA L. HOFFMAN RE: MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION "A216/88. 
Ms. Hoffman outlined the Club 404 operation at 253 Summerlea Boulevard and 


requested Council to rescind the appeal of the Committee of 
Adjustment decision. 


C004-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the delegation from Sandra L. Hoffman re: Minor Variance Application 
"A"216/88, be received and approved, and; 


THAT the appeal be withdrawn, and; 


THAT the staff process the application forthwith. 
CARRIED 
E 2. G. ROSATI RE: SWALE TO THE SOUTH OF HIS LAND, R.R.#9. 
Mrs. Rosati spoke to Council regarding the swale to the south of their lands. 


She provided an outline of events with respect to the drainage 
problem caused by the swale. 


C005-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the delegation from G. Rosati re: swale to the south of his land, R.R. 
#9, be received. 


CARRIED 


Bie REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


x F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 Q1 03 RE: 
SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION, GOLF VALLEY SUBDIVISION. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


* F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 O01 04 RE: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 17. CONCESSION 
6, E.H.S., ATRPORT ROAD AND MAYFIELD ROAD, WARD 10, PENNY FUELS 
INC. (BY-LAWS 02-89, 03-89 AND 04-89). 


DEAL WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


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F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 01 03 RE: SATELLITE 
DISH ANTENNAE (BY-LAWS 05-89, 06-89,07-89, 08-89,09-89). 


C006-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development dated 
1989 01 03 re: Satellite Dish Antennae, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 05-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 139-84 (former 
Town of Mississauga Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 06-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 151-88 (former 
Township of Chinguacousy Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 07-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 56-83 (former 
Township of Toronto Gore Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 08-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 200-82 (former 
Town of Brampton Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 09-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 861 (former 
Township of Chinguacousy Area Zoning By-law). 


CARRIED 


F4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 O01 03 RE: REFUSE 
STORAGE FACILITIES FOR RESTAURANT USES INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL 


AREAS (BY-LAWS 10-89, 11-89,12-89, 13-89, 14-89 


ALDERMAN PALLESCHI DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


C007-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and Development dated 
1989 01 03 re: Refuse Storage Facilities for restaurant uses in 


Industrial and Commercial areas, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 10-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 56-83 (former 
Township of Toronto Gore area Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 11-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 200-82 (former 
Town of Brampton Area Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and: 


THAT Council enact By-law 12-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 139-84 (former 
Township of Mississauga Area Comprehensive Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 13-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 861 (former 
Township of Chinguacousy Area Zoning By-law), and; 


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THAT Council enact By-law 14-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 151-88 (former 


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Township of Chinguacousy Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 Q1 04 RE: 
PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT, LAKEVIEW ESTATES, BRAMPTON 4-2 


WEST LIMITED, NEW DEVELOPMENT AREA NUMBER 11, SECONDARY PLAN (OPA 
123) WARD 4 (BY-LAW 15-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANT CITY CLERK 
DATED 1989 O01 05 RE: BY-LAW 280-88, DIAMANTOUROUS GROUP - WARD 
10. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 O01 05 RE: 
CERCLE DE L'AMITIE PARADE, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1989. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 Q1 04 RE: 


BY-LAW 151-88 (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF CHINGUACOUSY COMPREHENSIVE 
ZONING BY-LAW APPEALS AND PROPOSED HOUSEKEEPING 


AMENDMENT) (BY-LAW 16-88). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS - NIL 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 
I. CORRES PONDENCE 


JAMES J. YARROW, CHATRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 198812 14 RE: 
1988 PARK WALKWAY LIGHTING PROGRAM. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


HONOURABLE HUGH P. O'NEIL, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF TOURISM 
AND RECREATION DATED 1988 12 09 RE: RECEIPT OF CITY OF BRAMPTON 
RESOLUTION CONCERNING BILL 119, AN ACT TO AMEND THE ONTARIO 
LOTTERY CORPORATION ACT 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


DEBORAH FE. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY 
OF PEEL DATED 1988 12 21 RE: CANTILEVERED SIDEWALK ON THE STEELES 
AVENUE BRIDGE OVER ETOBICOKE CREEK, PROJECT 88-4240. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


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I 4. BRIAN WARD, DIRECTOR, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT BRANCH, MINISTRY 
OF THE ENVIRONMENT DATED 1988 12 16 RE:ONTARIO WASTE MANAGEMENT 
CORPORATION - WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I 5. J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD DATED 1988 12 
16 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR HEARING, APPEAL BY WAYNE GATES AND EKE 
GATES, APPLICATION A229/88 FOR A VARIANCE FROM THE PROVISION OF 
BY-LAW 200-82, AS AMENDED - 7 WOODWARD AVENUE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I 6. JOE SADOWSKI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE CANADIAN TRIBUTE TO HUMAN 
RIGHTS DATED 1988 12 09 RE: DONATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 
THE TRIBUTE MONUMENT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I 7. H. D. SUTTER, CHATRMAN, BOARD OF GOVERNORS, SHERIDAN COLLEGE OF 
APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY DATED 1988 12 14 RE: INSTALLATION 
OF TRAFFIC LIGHTS THE CORNER OF MCLAUGHLIN ROAD AND KINGKNOLL 
DRIVE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I 8. GERALD A. OXMAN, ADMINISTRATOR, MEN'S LIFE SKILLS DATED 1988 12 
O08 RE: DONATION OF $1,000.00 FOR OPERATION EXPENSES. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I 9. BRIAN CLARKSON, PRESIDENT, CHINGUACOUSY CONCERT BAND DATED 1988 
12, 16 RE: REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I10. HONOURABLE BENOIT BOUCHARD, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT 
DATED 1988 12 01 RE: CITY OF BRAMPTON'S CORRESPONDENCE CONCERNING 
SPEEDING TRAINS IN BRAMPTON. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


T11. DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY 
OF PEEL DATED 198 12 20 RE: THE IDENTIFICATION AND MONITORING 
OF ENVIRONMENTALLY SIGNIFICANT AREAS IN THE REGION OF PEEL. 


T12. SHIRLEY B. WILSON, SOCIAL CONVENOR, BRAMPTON CURLING CLUB DATED 
1988 12 12 RE: ONTARIO SCOTT TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS, JANUARY 31 
TO FEBRUARY 4,1990 - REQUEST FOR SUPPORT IN HOSTING LUNCHEON AT 
CENTENNIAL CENTRE (MARY STREET FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1990 FOR 
80 PEOPLE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


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oe T13. W. A. McLEAN, GENERAL MANAGER, THE METROPOLITAN TORONTO AND 


REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY DATED 1988 12 19 RE: A REVIEW OF 
THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES PROGRAM-REPORT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


I14. GORDON DIPLOCK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN 
BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA DATED 1988 12 19 RE: APPROVAL 
OF ADDITIONAL COUNCIL MEMBERS TO THE BOARD 


C008-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from Gordon Diplock, Executive Director, The Board 
of Management, Downtown Brampton Business Improvement Area dated 
1988 12 19 re: approval of additional Council members to the 
Board, be received, and; 


THAT Alderman Lorna Bissell and Alderman John Hutton be appointed to the 


Board. 
CARRIED 
J. RESOLUTIONS 
* Jl. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 
O1 04 RE: COUNCIL RESOLUTION REQUIRED FOR M.T.O. FINAL 


RETURN. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 


Ki NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

Ti. PETITIONS - NIL 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

M1. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 2, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 12 01. 


COO09-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory Committee Ward 2, 
meeting held 1988 12 01, be received, and; 


THAT Item 7F - New Business - Richvale/Reynier three -way stop 


BE 


at intersection, be referred to staff for a report. 


CARRIED 


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M2. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 4, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 11 17. 


CO010-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory Committee Ward 4, 
meeting held 1988 11 17, be received. 
CARRIED 


M 3. CITIZENS' ADVISORY GROUP, WARD 5, MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1988 10 11. 


CO11-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Group, Ward 5, 
meeting held 1988 10 11, be received. 


CARRIED 


M 4. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE. WARD 6. MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 11 09. 


C0O12-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory Committee Ward 6, 
meeting held 1988 11 09, be received. 
CARRIED 


M5. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 7, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 11 16. 


C013-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee Ward 7, 
meeting held 1988 11 16, be received. 


CARRIED 


M 6. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 8, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 11 17. 


C014-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory Committee Ward 8, 
meeting held 1988 11 17, be received. 


CARRIED 


M7. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 8, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 12 15. 


C015-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory Committee Ward 8, 
meeting held 1988 12 15, be received. 


CARRIED 
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M 8. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 9, MINUTES FROM 


THE MEETING HELD 1988 11 08. 


C016-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory Committee Ward 9, 
meeting held 1988 11 08, be received. 


CARRIED 


M 9. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 11, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 11 16 BE RECIEVED. 


C017-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee Ward 11, meeting held 1988 11 16, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


* M10. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA, MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 
198812 19. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C003-89. 
N. TENDERS - NIL 
O. BY-LAWS 


C018-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded bv Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 01-89 - 16-89 as listed on the Council meeting agenda 
dated 1989 01 09 be given the required number of readings, 
taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


01-89To establish certain lands as part of a 
public highway (Creditview Road). 


O2-89To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 17,Concession 6, E.H.S., 
geographic Township of Chinguacousy). 


03-89To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 17, Concession 6, E.H.S., 
geographic Township of Chinguacousy). 


04-89To authorize the enactment of an agreement between Penny 
Fuels Inc., The Corporation of the City of Brampton, The 
Regional Municipality of Peel and Robert S. Grant and Mary 
Margaret Grant. 


6-89To amend 


7-89To amend 


8-89To 


9-89To amen 


11-89To amend 


13-89To amen 


C019-89 


5-89To amend 


Comprehen 


Comprehen 


Comprehen 


Comprehen 


Zoning By 


amend By-law 


By-law 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 09 


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139-84 (former Town of Mississauga 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


By-law 15 


1-88 (former Township of Chinguacousy 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


By-law 56-83 (former Township of Toronto Gore 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


200-82 ( former Town of Brampton 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


d By-law 861 


-law). 


Comprehen 


Comprehen 


Comprehen 


Zoning By 


(former Township of Chinguacousy Area 


10-89To amend By-law 56-83 (former Township of Toronto Gore area 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


By-law 2 


00-82 (former Town of Brampton Area 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


12-89To amend By-law 139-84 (former Township of Mississauga Area 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


d By-law 861 


-law). 


14-89To amend 


Comprehen 


15-89To adopt Amendment 
City of Brampton Planning Area. 


16-89To amend 


By-law 151 


(former Township of Chinguacousy Area 


-88 (former Township of Chinguacousy 


Sive Zoning By-law). 


By-law 151 


Number 153 to the Official Plan of the 


-88 (former Township of Chinguacousy 


Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


"IN CAMERA"ITEM - PERSONNEL MATTER. 


OF THE WHOLE 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING. COUNCIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE 
"IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS A PERSONNEL MATTER. 


UPON MOVING, OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" STAFF 
WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE PERSONNEL MATTER. 


Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


01 09 be 


THAT By-law 17-89 listed on the Council meeting agenda dated 1989 


given th 


required number of readings, taken as 


read, and signed by the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal 


affixed t 


O1 09. 


hereto. 


CARRIED 


17-89To confirm the proceedings of Council meeting held 1989 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 09 


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Q. ADJOURNMENT 


CO020-89 Moved by Alderman Begley 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT this Council do now adjourn and agree to meet again on Monday, 
January 23rd, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:45 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 O1 23 AT 
7:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 
PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter (arrived 8:00 p.m) 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 01 23. 


C021-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the Agenda for Council meeting dated 1989 01 
23, be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
B 1. ALDERMAN HUTTON = ITEM PQ14-89 = TOMALOU 
INVESTMENTS LIMITED - PART LOT 3, CON 1, E.H.S. - 
WARD 3 - HAS REAL ESTATE DEALINGS WITH THE 
APPLICANTS. 


B 2. ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM P023-89 - SOUTHBROOK LODGE 
LIMITED - PART LOT 14, CON. 1, W.H.S. WARD 3 - HAS 
REAL ESTATE DEALINGS WITH THE APPLICANT. 


B 3. ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM F 3. CONSENT APPLICATION 
'B'7/89B, PART OF EAST HALF OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 5 
W.H.S., JOHN & JOYCE HUTTON - HAS AN INTEREST IN 
THE PROPERTY. 


B 4. ALDERMAN BEISEL - ITEM E 9. APPLICATION To AMEND 
ZONING BY - LAW PART LOT 8. CONC. 1, W.H.S., BLOCK 
56 AND 57, PLAN M476, PART BLOCK A, PLAN BR-25, D. 
BHATTACHARYA HAS BUSINESS DEALINGS APPLICANT. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 O1 23 


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Ch ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cindi, 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 O1 
09. 


C022-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 01 09, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

CARRIED 

D. CONSENT MOTION: 

C023-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT Council hereby approves of the following items 
and that the various Officials of the Corporation 
are hereby authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 

* F 1. COMMISSTONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 01 09 RE: SIDEWALK ON FINCH AVENUE. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 01 09 re: Sidewalk on 
Finch Avenue, be received. 

* F2. FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 01 19 RE: FIRE ROUTE BY-LAW 


(BY-LAW 19-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from Fire Chief dated 1989 01 19 
re: Fire Route By-law, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 19-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 205-79 (Fire Route By-law). 


CAROL MARTIN, SECRETARY-TREASURER, PEEL FEDERATION 
OF AGRICULTURE DATED 1989 O01 03 RE: GRANT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Carol Martin, 
Secretary-Treasurer, Peel Federation of Agriculture 
dated 1989 01 03 re: Grant, be received. 


E. ROGER WILLIAMS, BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA DATED 1989 
QO1 02 RE: TWO PROJECTS UNDERWAY. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from E. Roger Williams, Boy 
Scouts of Canada dated 1989 01 02 re: Two projects 
underway, be received, and; 


THAT we support the Boy Scouts of Canada in the 
acquisition of a container at the property known as 
the "Scout House" located on Steeles Avenue West, 


Brampton. 


N 2. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


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DEBOKAH FE. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL. 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 O01 11 RE: NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC MEETING, AMENDMENTS TO ROAD WIDTHS AND 
SETBACKS BY-LAW REGION OF PEEL. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Deborah E. Trouten, 
Regional Clerk, The Regional Municipality of Peel 
dated 1989 O01 11 re: Notice of Public Meeting, 
amendments to road widths and setbacks by-law 
Region of Peel, be received. 


KEITH D. MATTHEWS, GENERAL MANAGER, BRAMPTON HYDRO 


DATED 1989 O01 17 RE: REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF 
COMMISSTONERS' SALARIES FOR 1989 - 1991. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Keith D. Matthews, 
General Manager, Brampton Hydro dated 1989 01 17 
re: Request for approval of Commissioners' Salaries 
for 1989 - 1991, be received and approved. 


CONTRACT 89-01 x WEEDS PRAYING OF PARKLAND, 
BOULEVARDS, BUFFERS AND ROADSIDE. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-01 be awarded to Careen: 
Dandi-Lawn in the total amount of $74,570.00 
(Seventy Four Thousand, Five Hundred & Seventy 
Dollars), and; 


THAT Council approves the awarding of this contract 
and the funds be provided in the 1989 Current 
Budget. 


Chic 


CONTRACT 89-02 - CUTTING OF GRASS ON PARKLAND, 


BOULEVARDS AND BUFFERS. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-02 be awarded as follows: 


AREAS - 2A, 3A & 6A - Pfundt Enterprises Limited 
for Option 'A' in the amounts of $32,141.60, 
$26,136.0() and the corrected amount of $2,862.00 
respectively, for the total amount of $61,139.60 
(Sixty One Thousand, One Hundred & Thirty Nine 
Dollars & Sixty Cents). 


AREAS - 4A & 5A - Johnston Maintenance Ltd., for 
Option 'A' in the amounts of $22,712.00 and 
$38,376.00 respectively, for the total amount of 
$61,088.00 (Sixty One Thousand & Eighty Eight 
Dollars). 


ARIAS 2B & 3B - Salid Investments Ltd., for Option 
‘'A' ain the amounts of $20,100.00 and $14,800.00 
respectively, for the total amount of $34,900.00 
(Thirty Four Thousand, Nine Hundred Dollars). 


E. 


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AREAS 1, 4B, 5B, 6B - If possible, quotations be 
obtained to have the work performed in these areas. 


All of the above being the lowest acceptable bids 
received, and; 


THAT Council approves the awarding of this contract 
and the funds be provided in the 1989 Current 
Budget. 


Ct? 67 


CARRIED 


DELEGATION 


El. JEFF HEWLETT RE: STEELES AVENUE & HIGHWAY 410 - 


SIGNAGE VARIANCE. 


Mr. Hewlette addressed council requesting a third 
sign. 


CO24-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


C025-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Jeff Hewlett re: 
Steeles Avenue & Highway 410 Signage Variance, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


E 2. D. DAVID ROSE OPPOSITION TO THE AMENDING OF THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT J, 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE 
HOMES 


Mr. Rose informed Council of the events of this 
application expressing opposition to it. He asked 
Council to fulfill the wishes of his neighbours in 
his area. 


Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from D. David Rose re: 
Opposition to the amending of the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 1, Concession 1, W.H.S., 
Frank McLoughlin Co-operative Homes, be received. 


CARRIED 


E 3. ROBERT EBY RE: OPPOSITION TO THE AMENDING OF THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 


1, CONCESSION Ly W.H.S., FRANK McLOUGHLIN 


CO-OPERATIVE HOMES. 


Mr. Eby addressed Council with his concern 
regarding this rezoning application. He outlined 
other areas in the City of Brampton currently being 
zoned for low income housing ie: Sandringham 
Development, and suggested the City of Brampton not 
endorse the current application to amend _ the 
Official Plan and Zoning By-law for the City of 
Brampton. 


C026-89 


C027-89 


C028-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 O1 23 
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Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from Robert Eby re: Opposition 
to the amending of the Official Plan and Zoning 
By-law, Part of Lot 1, Concession 1, W.H.S., Frank 
McLoughlin Co-operative Homes, be received. 


CARRIED 


JACK AND DOROTHY COUGHLIN RE: OPPOSITION TO THE 
AMENDING OF THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, 


PART OF LOT J, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., FRANK 


McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE HOMES. 


Mr. Coughlin addressed Council in opposition to 
this application and requested it be turned down. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from Jack Coughlin re: 
Opposition to the amending of the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 1, Concession 1, W.H.S., 
Frank McLoughlin Co-operative Homes, be received. 


CARRIED 


L.M. BALDWIN RE: OPPOSITION TO THE AMENDING OF THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT J, 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE 
HOMES. 


L. M. Baldwin did not appear to address Council. 


PAUL HASTIE RE: SUPPORT TO THE AMENDING OF THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT J, 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE 
HOMES. 


Mr. Hastie, on behalf of the Board of Directors for 
Frank McLoughlin Co-operative Homes, addressed 
Council and outlined the support and need for such 
a project. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from Paul Hastie re: Support to 
the amending of the Official Plan and Zoning 
By-]Jaw, Part ol Lot 1, Concession 1, W.H.S., Frank 
McLoughlin Co-operative Homes, be received. 


CARRIED 


LYNN TERRY RE: SUPPORT TO THE AMENDING OF THE 
OFFICIAL PIAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT J, 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE 
HOMES. 


Mr. David McLaughlin, on behalf of Lynn Terry, 
outlined the needs and issues for such a project. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


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C029-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 
THAT the delegation from David McLaughlin on behalf 
of Lynn Terry re: Support to the amending of the 
Official Plan and Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 1, 
Concession 1, W.H.S., Frank McLoughlin Co-operative 
Homes, be received. 

CARRIED 

COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P013-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AT 
THIS TIME AS FOLLOWS: 

P013-89 FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO - OPERATIVE HOMES INC. - PART 

LOT 1, CON. 1. W.H.S. -— WARD 4 


"THAT the report dated 1989 01 09 re Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be 
received, and; 


A. The notes of the Public Meeting be received, 
and; 
B. Staff be directed to prepare the appropriate 
documents for Council's consideration." 
CARRIED 
COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM F 4 AND DEALT WITH IT AT 
THIS TIME: 
F 4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


C030-89 


O1 19 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 1, CONCESSION 1, 
W.H.S., WARD 4, FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE HOMES 
INC. (BY-LAWS 20-89 AND 21-89). 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 01 19 re: Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law, Part of 
Lot Tee Concession Ly W.H.S, Ward 4, Frank 
McLoughlin Co-operative Homes Inc., be received, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
xecute the development agreement approved by the 
City Solicitor and all other documents approved by 
the city Solicitor, required to implement’ the 
provisions of the development agreement, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of by-law 
20-89 being a by-law to adopt Amendment Number 154 
and Amendment Number 154A to the Official Plan of 
the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT council authorize the enactment of By-law 
21-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 200-82 (part 
of Lot 1, Concession 1, W.H.S. geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council authorize the City clerk to transmit 
any letters of objection to the Ontario Municipal 


Board. 
CARRIED 


C031-89 


BB006-89 


C032-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


eg ere 
ROBERT BELL RE: SIGN VARIATION - CANADIAN TIRE, 


BRAMALEA ROAD AND STEELES AVENUE. 


Mr. Malard representing Mr. Bell outlined the need 
for approval of the relocation of the sign. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the delegation from Bob Malard re: Sign 
Variation - Canadian Tire, Bramalea Road and 
Steeles Avenue, be recieved 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM BBOO0O6-89 RECOMMENDATION (B) 
AND DEALT WITH IT AT THIS TIME: 


SIGN BY-LAW VARIANCE - CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
LIMITED - 7945 BRAMALEA ROAD. 


RECOMMENDATION (B) 


"THAT the report dated 1988 12 27 re Application 
for Signal By-law Variance - Canadian Fire 
Corporation Limited -7945 Bramalea Road be 
received, and; 


THAT the application by Canadian Tire Corporation 
Limited for the installation of two pylon signs at 
7945 Bramalea Road be approved subject to the 
following conditions: 


hg The existing pylon signs shall be removed; 


2. There shall be no more than 2 pylon signs on 
the site, and; 


3. The pylon sign adjacent to Bramalea Road shall 
have a minimum distance of 30 metres (10() 
feet) from the property limits of the gas bar 
operation at the southeast corner of the 
intersection of Steeles Avenue and Bramalea 
Road." 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT: 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


aes THAT the existing pylon Signs shall be 
removed; 
2% THAT there shall be no more than 2 pylon signs 


on the site, and; 


3% That the sign be placed adjacent to the most 
northerly parking space on the Bramalea Road 
frontage in a position approved by staff. 


CARRIED 


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D. BHATTACHARYA RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND ZONING 
BY-LAW _-PART LOT 8, CONC. 1, W.H.S., BLOCK 56 AND 
57, PLAN M476, PART BLOCK A, PLAN BR-25. 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


D. Bhattacharya did not appear to address Council. 


BRUCE McMINN RE: G.C.H. HOLDINGS LIMITED, PART LOT 


Mr. McMinn appearing on behalf of G.C.H. holdings 
Limited concluded by asking Council to reverse 
recommendation of having a fence on the northerly 
and westerly side of the subject lands. 


E 9. 
E10. 
6, CONC. 1, W.H.S. 
C033-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the delegation from Bruce McMinn re: G.C.H. 
Holdings Limited , Part Lot 6, Conc. 1, W.H.S., be 
received 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P0Q11-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AT THIS 


TIME: 


G.C.H. HOLDINGS LIMITED - PART LOT 6, CON. 1 
WARD 5. 


"THAT the application by G.C.H. Holdings Limited be 
approved subject to the submission of grading and 
drainage plans to the satisfaction of the Public 
Works, and further; 


THAT the applicant refrain from using that part of 
his holding fronting upon Mill Street and zoned 
Residential for the purposes of the parking of 
vehicles in the rear yards contrary to the By-law, 
and further; 


THAT a fence be installed along the northerly and 
westerly limit of the property. " 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS INTRODUCED: 


"THAT the words "and westerly" in the last line be 


deleted 


ON TAKING A VOTE ON THE MAIN MOTION AS AMENDED THE 
MOTION WAS DECLARED " CARRIED". 


Es REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


* F 


* F 


alee 


2s 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 01 09 RE: STDEWALK ON FINCH AVENUE 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 


FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 01 19 RE: FIRE ROUTE BY-LAW ( 


BY-LAW 19-89 ). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 


C034-89 


C035-89 


C036-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


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COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
Ql 19 RE: CONSENT APPLICATION 'B'7/89B, PART OF 


EAST HALF OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 5, W.H.S., JOHN & 


JOYCE HUTTON. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 O01 19 re: Consent 
Application 'B'7/89B, Part of East half of Lot 5, 
Concession 5, W.H.S. John & Joyce Hutton, be 
received, and; 


THAT staff appeal the decision of the Land Division 
Committee to the Ontario Municipal Board but that 
the appeal be withdrawn upon receipt ol letters 
from the Region of Peel and the Credit Valley 
Conservation Authority indicating that Conditions 8 
and 10 of the Land Division Committee have been 
resolved to staff's satisfaction. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
QO1 19 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 1, CONCESSION 1, 
W.H.S , WARD 4, FRANK McLOUGHLIN CO-OPERATIVE HOMES 
INC. (BY-LAWS 20-89 AND 21-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATIONS ITEM E 7. 


DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 01 19 RE: SIGN FOR 
AUGSBURG LUTHERAN CHURCH. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor 
dated 1989 01 19 re: Sign for Augsburg Lutheran 
Church, be received, and; 


THAT staff be directed to formulate a by-law that 
would allow religious institutions to place 
directional signs on public lands subject to staff 
issuing a permit. 


CARRIED 


ASSISTANT CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 01 13 RE: R.V 
DICKIE ICE CREAM ET AL, BRAMPTON BY-LAW 82-75, 
APPEAL BY CITY OF BRAMPTON. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Assistant City Solicitor 
dated 1989 01 13 re: R. v Dickie Dee Ice Cream et 
al, Brampton By-law 82-75, appeal by City of 
Brampton, be received, and; 


A further appeal not be engaged by the City of 


Brampton. 


CARRIED 


C037-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


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QO1 19 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
T 


Q AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 14 AND 15, 
CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., WARD 8, ANNDALE INVESTMENT 
LIMITED/BAVIDA HOLDING CORPORATION, REGION OF PEEL 
FILE 21T-87025B. 


THIS REPORT WAS REFERRED BACK TO STAFF. 


PROPERTY MANAGER DATED 1989 O01 20 RE: MERCHANTS OF 
GEORGE ST. S. REQUEST FOR BUSINESS TAX RELIEF. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Property Manager dated 
1989 O01 20 re: Merchants of George St. South 
request for Business Tax Relief, be received, and; 


THAT th letter received from Linda Goetz dated 
1989 01 12, be received, and; 


THAT the request be denied and the businesses be 
informed that there is no enabling legislation. 


CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G As 


C038-89 


C039-89 


CS007-89 


REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 O01 16. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Administration and Finance 
Committee dated 1989 01 16, be approved as printed 
and circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEER DATED 
1989 O01 16. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 01 16, be approved as printed 
and circulated after extracting item CS007-89 and 
CS011-89. 

CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING ITEM CS007-89 WAS EXTRACTED AND DEALT 
WITH AS FOLLOWS: 


TRANSIT SUB-COMMITTEE 


RECOMMENDATION (A) 


"THAT a Transit Sub-Committee of 3 members be 


appointed." 


sub-C 


appoi 


Sub-C 


ON TAKING 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 
=, So 
RECOMMENDATION (B) 


"THAT the report dated 1989 01 11 re Transit 
Sub-Committee be received, and; 


THAT the following be appointed to the transit 


ommittee: 

Ls Alderman Fennell 
Dex Alderman Ludlow 

St Alderman Palleschi 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS INTRODUCED: 


RECOMMENDATION (A) 


THAT a Transit Sub-Committee of 4 members be 
nted. 


RECOMMENDATION (B) 


THAT' the report dated 1989 O01 11 re Transit 
Sub-Committee be received, and; 


THAT the following be appointed to the transit 
ommittee: 


Alderman Fennell 

2 Alderman Ludlow 
3:4 Alderman Palleschi 
4 


Councillor Andrews 


A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 


"CARRIED", 16 YEAS, 0 NAYS AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


Alder 
Fennell 
Alder 
Alder 
Counc 
lder 
Alder 
Counc 
Mayor 
Counc 
Alder 


Council 


Counc 
Alder 
Alder 
Alder 
Alder 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 
man Gibson Alderman 


man Bissell 
man Palleschi 
illor Andrews 
man Miles 

man Metzak 
illor Russell 
Whillans 
illor Carter 
man Beisel 


illor Begley 
illor Robertson 
man DiMarco 

man Sprovieri 
man Hutton 


man Ludlow 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM CS0O11-89 RECOMMENDATION B) AS 
FOLLO 


CS011-89 


WS: 


DIRECTOR OF TRANSIT DATED 1989 O1 11 RE GEORGETOWN 
NIGHT BUS SERVICE. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


- 12 - 


RECOMMENDATION (B) 


"THAT" Go Transit again be encouraged to add 
additional trains on the Brampton - Georgetown run 
both in the a.m. and p.m. and further; 


THAT Go Transit Chairman be asked to attend the 
next Community Services Committee meeting to 
address our concerns. 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT: 


C042-89 


Council 


C040-89 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED 


THAT the following words be added after the words 
"Chairman": 


"and Frank Bean" 
CARRIED 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING MOTION IN REGARD 
TO ITEM CS003-89 - POLICY ON THE ARTS: 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the Policy on the Arts as 


be approved, and; 


considered by 
FURTHER THAT the Department of Community Services 
print the document in booklet form. 

CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 O1 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT WITH ITEMS 
PQ14-89 AND P023-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 
AND VOTING ON THE MATTERS. 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee dated 
1989 O01 16, be approved as printed and circulated 
after extracting Item P013-89 which was dealt with 
under Delegation Item E 7. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 
18. 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT The report from the Public Works Committee 
dated 1989 01 18, be approved as printed and 
circulated after extracting Items PWO006-89 and 
PWO23-89. 

CARRIED 


ITEM PWOQ06-89 AND DEALT WITH AS 


FOLLOWS : 


PWOO6-89 DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 
DATED 1988 12 O07 RE: McLAUGHLIN ROAD UNDERPASS 
S 


'THAT the report dated 1988 12 07 re McLaughlin 
Road underpass sidewalk be received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


- 13 - 


THAT the curb and sidewalk on the east side of 
McLaughlin Road North at the Canadian National 
grade separation be raised 7" thereby creating a 
12" high curb underneath, north and south of the 
underpass at an estimated cost of $6,000.00." 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS INTRODUCED: 


THAT the McLaughlin Road underpass sidewalk be 
referred back to the Public Works Department to 
talk to the School Boards with regards to the 
financing of a handrail. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PW023-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 


PWO23-89 


C043-89 


C044-89 


ALDERMAN FENNELL BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF 
COMMITTEE CONCERNS WITH REGARD TO THE TRAFFIC ON 
BARTLEY BULL PARKWAY 


"THAT staff study the situation of traffic volume 
on Bartley Bull Parkway and prepare some 
recommendations to resolve th concern regarding 
traffic shortcutting the Steeles Avenue/Highway #10 
intersection, and speeding in school zones." 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS PRESENTED: 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT staff study the situation of traffic on 
Bartley Bull Parkway, from Tullamore Road sough to 
Bartley Bull and Bartley Bull, following west to 
Highway 10, to stop traffic shortcutting through 
this area, likely avoiding the Steeles/Highway 10 
intersection and investigate the speeding in school 
zones. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 O01 18. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee dated 1989 Cl 18, be approved 
as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


=. A 
Ty CORRES PONDENCE 
I 1. HONOURABLE ED FULTON, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 


TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 O01 O09 RE: CITY OF 
BRAMPTON CORRESPONDENCE DATED 1988 11 30 - BOVAIRD 
DRIVE. 


C045-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 
THAT the correspondence from Honourable Ed Fulton, 
Minister, Ministry of Transportation dated 1989 O1 
09 re: City of Brampton correspondence dated 1988 
11 30 Bovaird Drive, be received. 

CARRIED 

* I 2 CAROL MARTIN, SECRETARY-TREASURER, PEEL FEDERATION 
OF Agriculture DATED 1989 01 03 RE: GRANT 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 

* I 3. BE. ROGER WILLIAMS, BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA DATED 1989 

O1 02 RE: TWO PROJECTS UNDERWAY. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 

x I 4. DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 01 11 RE: NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC MEETING, AMENDMENTS TO ROAD WIDTHS AND 
SETBACKS BY-LAW REGION OF PEEL. 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 

* I 5. KEITH D. MATTHEWS, GENERAL MANAGER, BRAMPTON HYDRO 
DATED 1989 01 17 RE: REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF 
COMMISSTONERS' FOR 1989 - 1991. 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 

J. RESOLUTIONS - NIL 

K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

Lis, PETITIONS - NIL 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

M 1. REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1988 12 15. 

C046-89 Moved by Alderman Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 

Peel, meeting held 1988 12 15, be received. 


CARRIED 


C047-89 


C048-89 


Commissioner of planning and Development: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


=. 5. 
THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman carter 
Seconded by Alderman Biesel 


THAT the mayor facilitate a meeting through our 
local M.P.P.'s to meet the Minister regarding 
funding of Brampton's two hospitals. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 1, 
MEETING HELD 1988 12 08. 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded bv Councillor Russell 


THAT' the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 1, meeting held 1988 12 08, be 
received, and; 


THAT the following item be referred to the 


Item M2 - 5. NEW BUSINESS - On Street parking: 


THAT the following recommendation was adopted by 
the group: "Staff investigate the possibility of a 
deeper set back of houses and/or moving sidewalks 
closer to the curb so as to accommodate two (2) 
cars in driveways." 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS ' ADVISORY GROUP MINUTES, WARD 5, MEETING 


‘LD 1988 12 20. 


HELD 


C049-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Group, 
Ward 5, meeting held 1988 12 20 be received, and; 


THAT Item 5 paragraph 3 be referred to the 


Commissioner of Public Works: 


5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS (paragraph 3) 


"With regard to item 6. a. of the October 
minutes the Alderman will bring the problem of 
the water in the area of 68 Nelson Street West 
to the attention of Mr. MacMillan. This 
problem area is between the boulevard and the 
tracks just to the east of 68 Nelson Street. 
Bob Post feels it needs a load of gravel 
there. At the moment the water has seeped 
away.", and; 


THAT Item 6A be referred to the Commissioner of 
Public Works: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


= 16 = 
6. NEW BUSINESS 


a. Lights at Kimbark/Queen Area 


"Grant Gibson felt lights were needed in 
the Kimbark/Queen Area. Traffic is very 
heavy and several accidents have 
occurred. The Alderman reported she has 
talked to the Region and they suggest 
eventually lights could go in at William 
Sharp.", and; 


THAT Item 6C be referred to the Commissioner of 


Community Services (Brampton Transit), 


M 4. 


6. NEW BUSINESS 


om Bus Stop at Kimbark and Queen 


"Alistair Hunter finds that practically 
every morning at around 8:15 to 8:30 
there is a bus parked here blocking the 
view of motorists attempting to get out 
onto Queen and creating a hazardous 
Situation. The Alderman will contact Mr. 
Marshall of Brampton transit." 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 6, 


MEETING HELD 1988 12 14. 


C050-89 


Me (5% 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 6, meeting held 1988 12 14, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 8, 


MEETING HELD 1988 12 15. 


C051-89 


M 6. 


C052-89 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 8, meeting held 1988 12 15, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 9, 
MEETING HELD 1988 12 13. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 9, meeting held 1988 12 13, be 
received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 01 23 


- 17 - 
THAT the following item be sent to the Local M.P 


7. NEW BUSINESS 


a. Pearson International Airport 


"THAT the Ward 9 CAC are concerned over media and 
official responses outlining the requirements to 
expand Pearson International Airport to alleviate 
the so-called congestion of departure aircraft 
experienced during the month of December, '88. 


We are definitely opposed to any further expansion 
of aircraft departures past 12 midnight. Further we 
oppose the construction of another parallel 15-33 
runway which would endanger Bramalea citizens and 
create additional noise. 


(1) We recommend detailed planning and programming 
to re-activate Pickering Airport - obviously 
required by year 2000 or earlier. 


(2) Consideration and feasibility study (cost) of 
monorail system to Hamilton. 


(3) Possible extension of Toronto Island Airport 
for light and medium class aircraft. 


(4) Improved ATC departure procedures can and 
should be developed." 


CARRIED 
N. TENDERS 
* N 1. CONTRACT 89-01 - WEEDSPRAYING OF PARKLAND, 


BOULEVARDS, BUFFERS AND ROADSIDE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 

* N 2. CONTRACT 89-02 - CUTTING OF GRASS ON PARKLAND, 
BOULEVARDS AND BUFFERS. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C023-89. 

O. BY-LAWS 

C053-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 18-89 - 22-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 01 23 be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and 
Signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal 
affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


18-89To establish certain lands as part of a public 
highway (Wanless Drive). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 O01 23 


- 18 - 
19-89To Amend By-law 205-79 (Fire Route By-law). 
20-89To adopt Amendment Number 154 and Amendment 


Number 154A to the Official Plan of the 
City of Brampton Planning Area. 


21-89to amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 1, 
Concession 1, W.H.S. geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy) . 


22-89To amend By-law 102-74 ( regulating and 
prohibiting the discharge of firearms). 


Ps "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA' TO DISCUSS PERSONNEL 
AND PROPERTY MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF 
THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT 
THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY AND PERSONAL MATERS. 


C054-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-law 23-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 O01 23 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 
thereto. 


CARRIED 


23-89To confirm the proceedings of Council meeting 
held 1989 01 23. 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C055-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
Monday, February 13th, 1989 or at the call of the 
Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:00 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 02 13 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS. CIVIC CENTRE. 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


x 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman A. Gibson 
ABSENT 
Alderman J. Sprovieri (vacation) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
Al. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 02 13. 
C056-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded bv Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the Agenda for Council meeting dated 1989 02 13, be 
approved as printed and circulated and amended. 


CARRIED 


AMENDMENT 


THE FOLLOWING ITEM BE DELETED FROM THE AGENDA. 


£103 NIGEL EVES, CHAIRMAN OF THE HUTTONVILLE ESTIVAL COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 02 06 RE: REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF $300.00 - 
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1989. 


Hy 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
B? As COUNCILLOR BEGLEY - ITEM G 1 - HUSBAND IS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE 
BRAMPTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 


iDERMAN FENNELL - ITEM E 7 - BROTHER IS CONTRACTED TO PROVID! 
NITERTAINMENT AT THIS EVENT 


Gl 


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7) > 


B 3. ALDERMAN FENNELL - ITEM F10 - BROTHER IS CONTRACTED TO PROVID! 
ENTERTAINMENT AT THIS EVENT 


Gl 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


-2- 


Cc. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cos MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 01 23. 


C057-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held 1989 01 23, 
be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION: 


C058-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items and that the 
various Officials of the Corporation are hereby authorized and 
directed to take such action as may be necessary to give effect 
of the recommendations as therein contained: 


x By 26, ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 01 27 RE: PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTION, 
HARNSWORTH BUILDERS INC. - WARD 10, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-880 
(BY-LAW 24-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 01 27 re: 
Part Lot Control Exemption, Harnsworth Builders Inc. - Ward 10, 
Registered Plan 43M-880, be received, and; 


THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption be approved, 


and; 
THAT Council approve By-law 24-89 being a by-law to prevent the 
application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 
43M-880 (Harnsworth Builders Inc.) 
* aes is ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 01 27 RE: PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTION, 
CONSTELLATION DEVELOPMENT INC. - WARD 4, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-887 


BY-LAW 25-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


5 
d 


HAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 01 27 re: 
Part Lot Control exemption, Constellation Development Inc. - 
Ward 4, Registered Plan 43M-887, be received, and; 


oT 


THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption be 
approved, and; 


THAT Council approve By-law 25-89 being a by-law to prevent the 
application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 
43M-877 (Constellation Development Inc.) 


CONS! 


ENT MOTION 


CONTINUED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


-3- 


F 4. 


and; 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 01 27 RE: PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTION, 


BRAMALEA LIMITED - WARD 11, REGISTERED PLANS 43M-873, 43M-874, 


43M-875 AND 43M-876 (BY-LAW 26-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


app 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 01 27 re: 
Part Lot Control exemption, Bramalea Limited Ward 11, 
Registered Plans 43M-873, 43M-874, 43M-875 and 43M-876, be 
received, and; 


THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption be approved, 


THAT Council approve By-law 26-89 being a by-law to prevent the 
lication of part lot control to part of Registered Plans 
43M-873, 43M-874, 43M-875 and 43M-876 (Bramalea Limited). 


ASSISTANT CLERK AND COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 


DAT! 


ED 1989 01 30 RE: BY-LAW 284-88, WESTWOOD MEADOWS LIMITED - 


WAR 


D 4. 


RECOMMENDATION 


mt 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk and Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 01 30 re: By-law 284-88, 
Westwood Meadows Limited - Ward 4, be received, and; 


THAT Council considered the comments and direct the Clerk to 
forward the Notice of Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board in 
accordance with Section 34 (21) of the Planning Act, 1983. 


ASSISTANT CLERK AND COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 


DAT! 


ED 1989 01 30 RE: BY-LAW 287-88, KINGKNOLL DEVELOPMENTS 


IMITED - WARD 4. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk and Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 01 30 re: By-law 287-88, 
Kingknoll Developments Limited Ward 4, be received, and; 


THAT Council considered the comments and direct the Clerk to 
forward the Notice of Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board in 
accordance with Section 34 (21) of the Planning Act, 1983. 


ASSISTANT CLERK AND COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 


DAT! 


ED 1989 01 30 RE: BY-LAW 282-88, GORE INVESTMENTS COMPANY - 


WAR 


D 10. 


CONS! 


ENT MOTION 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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the report from the Assistant Clerk and Commissioner of 
anning and Development dated 1989 01 30 re: By-law 282-88, 
re Investments Company - Ward 10, be received, and; 


i 


Council considered the comments and direct the Clerk 
rward the Notice of Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board 
cordance with Section 34 (21) of the Planning Act, 1983. 


Lo 
in 


ER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 02 09 RE 


AP 


PLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PA 


OF 


LOT 8, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S., WARD 11. BRAMALEA LIMIT 


(B 


Y-LAWS 36-89, 37-89, 38-89 AND 39-89) = 


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THAT Council authorize 


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the report from the Commissioner of 
velopment dated 1989 02 09 re: Application to amend the 
ficial Plan and Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 8, Concession 6, 


Ward 11, Bramalea Limited, be received, and; 


Planning and 


the execution of the agr 
-89 being a by-law to authorize an agreement betw 
The Corporation of the City of Brampton 


nadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and; 


ment By-law 
n Bramalea 
and the 


- 


Council authorize th nactment of By-law 37-89 being a 
Amendment Number 155 and Amendment Number 155A 
Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


law to adopt 
the Official 


7 


Council enact By-law 38-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 
(part of Lot 8, Concession 6, E.H.S., in the geographic 


1 t 
nship of Chinguacousy and; 


’ 


Pa 


Council enact By-law 39-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 
1-88 (part of Lot 8, Concession 6, E.H.S., in the geographic 
wnship of Chinguacousy 


MMISSTONER Q1 PLANNING RE: 


AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 02 09 


AP 


PLICATION TO AMEND THE BLOCK 3, REGISTERED PLAN 


ZONING BY-LAW, 


43 


rn man 


ry 


CONCESSION 6, E.H 


-S., WARD 9, PETRO-CANADA 


(EF 


M-643, PART LOT 1, 
ORMERLY BRAMALEA 


= 


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ty 


LIMITED) (BY-LAWS 


40-89, 41-89, 42-89 AND 


-89). 


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COMMENDATION 


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re 


HAT 


the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
velopment dated 1989 02 09 re: Application to amend the Zoning 
] Block 3, Registered Plan 43M-643, Part Lot 1, Concession 

Ward 9, Petro-Canada (formerly Bramalea Limited), be 
and; 


-law, 
B.S 7 


ceived, 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


- 5 - 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT Council authorize the execution of the agreement By-law 
40-89 being a by-law to authorize an agreement between Bramalea 
Limited, The Corporation of the City of Brampton, The Regional 
Municipality of Peel and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, 
and; 

THAT Council authorize th nactment of By-law 41-89 being a 


by-law to adopt Amendment Number 156 and Amendment Number 156A 
to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 42-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 
861 (part of Lot 1, Concession 6, E.H.S., in the geographic 
ownship of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 43-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 
151-88 (part of Lot 1, Concession 6, E.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy 


cs H 2 COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 01 19 RE: 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 14 AND 15, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., WARD 8, 
ANNDALE INVESTMENT LIMITED/BAVIDA HOLDING CORPORATION (BY-LAW 
32-89). 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning = and 


Development dated 1989 01 19 re: 


a 


Concession 3, 


pp] 


E.H.S., Ward 8, 


Draft Plan of Subdivision and 
lication to amend the Zoning By-law, 


Part of Lots 14 and 15, 


Anndale Investment Limited/Bavida 


Holding Corpora 


tion, 


Region of Peel File 21T-87025B, 


and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute t 
final subdivision agreement approved by the City Solicitor a 
all other documents approved by the City Solicitor required 
implement the provisions of the subdivision agreement, and; 


139-84 (part of Lots 14 and 15, 
geographic Township of Toronto). 


den: 


Concession 3, E.H.S., 


JOHN J BUCHAN, CLERK ADMINISTRATOR, 


he 
nd 
Lo 


THAT Council enact By-law 32-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 


ne 


TOWN OF IROQUOIS FALLS 


DATED 1988 11 18 RE: REPORT OF MUNICIPAL 
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING TO ACCOMMODATE HANDICAPPED. 


RECOMMENDATION 


Handicapped, be received and ENDORSED. 


THAT the correspondence from John J. Buchan, Clerk 
Administrator, Town of Iroquois Falls dated 1988 11 18 re: 
Retrofit of Municipal Administration Building to Accommodate 


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THOMAS W. LYND, CITY CLERK, CITY OF WINDSOR DATED 1989 Q1 23 RE: 


1989 UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS. 


CONS! 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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ENT MOTION CONTINUED 


beer, 


RE 


COMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Thomas W. Lynd, City Clerk, City of 


Windsor dated 1989 O01 23 re: 1989 Unconditional Grants, be 
received and ENDORSED. 

R.C. KEELING, CITY CLERK, CITY OF WATERLOO DATED 1989 01 24 RE: 
1989 UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS. 


RE 


COMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from R. C. Keeling, City Clerk City of 


Waterloo dated 1989 01 24 re: 1989 Unconditional grants be 
received and ENDORSED. 

GORDON DIPLOCK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, 
DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA DATED 1989 02 06 RE: 
RESIGNATION OF RICHARD J. WEILER AND APPOINTMENT OF JAMES C. 
GASKIN. 

RECOMMENDATION 


™m 


n 


A 
Ap 


THAT the correspondence from Gordon Diplock, Executive Director, 


THAT Council approve of Mr. James C. Gaskin replacing Mr. 


e Board of Management, Downtown Brampton Business Improvement 
ea dated 1989 02 06 re: Resignation of Richard J. Weiler and 
pointment of James C. Gaskin, be received, and; 


Richard J. Weiler for the remainder of his term. 
DONALD DERRICK, PRESIDENT, ONTARIO GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION DATED 
1989 01 19 RE: 1989 PROVINCIAL TRANS FER PAYMENTS TO 


MU 


NICIPALITIES. 


RE 


COMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Donald Derrick, President, Ontario 


Good Roads Association dated 1989 01 19 re: 1989 Provincial 
Transfer Payments to Municipalities, be received. 

STEVEN J. COSIC, PRESIDENT, CARABRAM DATED 1989 01 27 RE: LIQUOR 
LICENCE FOR CARABRAM PAVILIONS TO ALLOW THE SALE OF LIQUOR, WINE 
AND BEER AND DECLARATION OF THE WEEK OF JULY 3RD - JULY 9TH, 
1989 AS "MULTICULTURAL WEEK" IN THE CITY OF BRAMPTON. 
RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from Steven J. Cosic, President, 
Carabram dated 1989 O01 27 re: Liquor Licence for Carabram 
Pavilions to allow the sale of liquor, wine and beer and 
declaration of the week of July 3rd - July 9th, 1989 as 


ulticultural Week" in the City of Brampton, be received and; 


THAT Council approve and allow the sale of liquor, wine and 


CONS! 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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ENT MOTION CONTINUED 
THAT Mr. Cosic be permitted to address City Council in June 

12th, 1989, and; 

THAT the proclamation for "Multicultural Week" in the City of 

Brampton be referred to the Mayor's office for his attention. 
lee, A. KOWALSKI, OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR, PPM CANADA INC. DATED 

1989 O01 23 RE: PCB DECONTAMINATION PROJECT AT BECKETT SPROULE 

RESERVOIR, BRAMPTON, ONTARIO. 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from A. Kowalski, Operations 

Administrator, PPM Canada Inc. dated 1989 01 23 re: PCB 

Decontamination Project at Beckett Sproule Reservoir, Brampton, 

Ontario, be received. 

T12:. VALERIE DAVIDGE, CO-DIRECTOR, TOUR OF YORK REGION DATED 1989 02 
08 RE: COUNCIL'S APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE TO HOLD THE EVENT OVER 
REGIONAL AND CITY ROADS WITHIN BRAMPTON. 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from Vlrie Davidge, Co-director, Tour of 

York Region dated 1989 02 08 re: council's approval in principle 
to hold the event over Regional and City roads within 

Brampton,be recieved, and; 

THAT this matter be referred to staff. 

113 J.G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD DATED 1989 02 
09 RE: APPEALS BY D. DAVID ROSE, R.W. ROTH, G. S. ROTH, C. 
McLAREN AND OTHERS AGAINST ZONING BY-LAW 202-88 AND APPEAL BY D. 
DAVID ROSE AGAINST ZONING BY-LAW 21-89. 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, Secretary, Ontario 
Municipal Board dated 1989 02 09 re: Appeals by D. David Rose, 
R. W. Roth, G. S. Roth, C. McLaren and others against zoning 
by-law 202-88 and Appeal by D. David Rose against zoning by-law 
21-89, be received, and; 

THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the City of 

Brampton's position. 

Mi. THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 01 12. 

RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel 


meeting held 1989 01 12, be received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUT! 


ES 1989 02 13 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 
* M 2. THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 Ol 26. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel 
meeting held 1989 01 26, be received. 

* M 3. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT 
AREA - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 O01 23. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the minutes from the Board of Management, Downtown 

Brampton Business Improvement Area meeting held 1989 01 23, be 
received. 

E DELEGATIONS 

Ei. CAROLE JONES RE: FLORAL PRESENTATION TO MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF 
COUNCIL (THE CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY). 

DEFERRED TO COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 02 27. 
E.2% DONALD GLEN RE PROCLAMATION OF "PEACE WEEK" IN BRAMPTON - 
JUNE 5TH TO 11TH, 1989. 

Mr. Glen addressed Council and requested Council to declare 
"Peace Week" in Brampton. 

C059-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 
THAT the delegation from Donald Glen re: Proclamation of 

"Peace Week" in Brampton - June 5th to 11th, 1989, be 
received. and: 
THAT Council proclaim the Week of September 18th to 24th, 1989 


as "World Peace Week" in Brampton. 


Pp 
G 
fy 


JOSH CHOUINARD RE 


PRE 


CARRIED 


ENTATION OF PROGRAM FOR 


"JOIE 


VIVRE 


go" 


IN BRAMPTON. 


Mr. 


Annual Carnival and to 


C060-89 


program 


THAT 


THAT 


fo 


Roger Velli 


[ the delegation from Roger Vallieri re: 
r "Joie de Vivre 89" in Brampton, be received, 


[ the week of February 20th, 


Week" in Brampton. 


spoke to Council and informed them of the 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


request a proclamation. 


CARRIED 


and; 


Presentation of 


1989 be declared "Francophone 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 
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E 4. COLIN CAMPBELL RE: DISTRIBUTION OF 1989 HERITAGE POSTERS. 


Mr. Campbell addressed Council requesting a 
handed out 1989 Heritage Posters. 


C061-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 
THAT the delegation from Colin Campbell re: 
1989 Heritage Posters, be received, and; 


THAT Council proclaim Monday, 
Day in Brampton. 


February 20th, 


proclamation and 


Distribution of 


1989 as Heritage 


CARRIED 
B45 KIMBERLEY REIS RE ACK OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN 
BRAMPTON. 
Ms. Reis expressed her concerns for the need of more 
affordable housing in Brampton and the lack there of. 
C062-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


C063-89 


THAT the delegation from Kimberley Reis re: 
Housing in Brampton, be received. 


CARRI 


DIRECTOR, ENVIRONMENT. 


Lack of Affordable 


ED 
F 
E 


AL HEALTH, R&I 


EGIONAL 


CLIFFORD G. CLARK, 


MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 


RE: E SOLUTION 


MINIMUM 


LOT SIZES 


IN THI 


Gl 


TORONTO GORE RURAL ES 


TATE ESIDE 


NTIAL AR 


HA IN 


EAST BRAMPTON. 


Mr. Clark conveyed the concerns 
Officer of Health with respects 
minimum lot sizes in Residential 


Estate De 


for Council's reconsideration of their decisio 


oved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


from Clifford 
Regional 


G. 
Municipa 


THAT the delegation 
Environmental Health, 
Resolution Minimum 
Residential Area in 


East Brampton, 


of the Commis 
to the City's policy regarding 
1 ] He asked 


Lot Sizes in the Toronto Gore Rural 
be received, 


sioner and 


velopments. 


nN. 


Clark, 


lity of Peel 


and; 


Medical 


Director, 
re: 
Estate 


FURTHER THAT Council rescind its July 18, 1988 recommendation 
regarding 1.75 acre lots in the Estate Residential area. 
CARRIED 
Ts SPENCER MULHOLLAND, CHAIRMAN AND JOE SPINA, FINANCIAL DIRECTOR 
RE: 1989 LABATT CANADIAN SENIOR WOMEN'S FAST PITCH CHAMPIONSHIP. 


FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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ALDERMAN FENNELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND REFRAINED 


C064-89 


TIME AS FOLLOWS: 


Mr. Mulholland and Mr. Spina addressed Council regarding the 
Labatt Canadian Senior Women's Fast Pitch Championship seeking 
financial support towards this endeavour. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the delegation from Spencer Mulholland, Chairman and Joe 
Spina, Financial Director re: 1989 Labatt Canadian Senior 
Women's Fast Pitch Championship, be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM F10 AND DEALT WITH IT AT THIS 


F10. 


C065-89 


C066-89 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 02 10 RE: LABATT 
NATIONAL SENIOR LADIES SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. 


ALDERMAN FENNELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND REFRAINED 
FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community Services 
dated 1989 02 10 re: Labatt National Senior Ladies Softball 
Championship - 1989, be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING MOTION: 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the request for a grant in support of the Labatt Canadian 
National Ladies Senior Fastball Championship 1989 be deferred to 
the next Community Services Committee. 


LOST 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT Council allocate $30,000.00 to Senior Womens Baseball 


subject to approval at the Community Services meeting in March. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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E 8. JOHN KOREN RE: POLAR CHILI OPEN EXEMPTION OF RENTAL FEE FOR 


THE CHINGUACOUSY CURLING CLUB. 
Mr. Koren appeared before Council to inform them of this 
event. 
C067-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 
THAT the delegation from John Koren re: Polar Chili Open 
Exemption of Rental Fee for the Chinguacousy Curling Club, be 
received, and; 
THAT the fee of $471.00 for rental of the Chinguacousy Curling 
Club be waived. 
CARRIED 
Es REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


Beds COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 01 26 RE: 


MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT, MUNICIPAL RECYCLING SUPPORT PROGRAM 


GRANT. 


C068-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT 


5 


THAT 


Buil 
Municipal Recycling Support Program Grant, be received, and: 


[ the report from the Commissioner of Public Works a 
ding dated 1989 01 26 re: Ministry of the Environmen 


ri 


the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign an agreeme 


between the City of Brampton and the Ministry of t 
Environment, and; 


5 
d 


HAT 


[ the signed agreements be returned to the Ministry of t 


Environment for signature by the Minister. 


nd 


coe 


nt 
he 


CARRIED 
is BZ ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 01 27 RE: PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTION. 
HARNSWORTH BUILDERS INC. - WARD 10, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-880 
(BY-LAW 24-89). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
x BeBe ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 01 27 RE: PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTION, 
CONSTELLATION DEVELOPMENT INC. - WARD 4, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-887 


(BY-LAW 25-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


SSISTANT CLE 


mw 


K DATED 1989 01 27 RE: PART LOT CONTROL EXEMPTIO 


N, 


A 
BRAMALEA LIMITED - WARD 11, REGISTERED PLANS 43M-873, 43M-87 
4 


4, 


3M-875 AND 43M-876 (BY-LAW 26-89). 


is] 


BA 


iT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


s EF Dy ASSISTANT CLERK AND COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPME 


NT 


DATED 1989 01 30 RE: BY-LAW 284-88, WESTWOOD MEADOWS LIMITED 


WARD 4. 


DEA 


iT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


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* F 7 
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“ ices) 

F10. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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ASSISTANT CLERK AND COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 


DATED 1989 01 30 RE: BY-LAW 287-88, KINGKNOLL DEVELOPMENTS 


IMITED - WARD 4. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


ASSISTANT CLERK AND COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 


DATED 1989 01 30 RE: BY-LAW 282-88, GORE INVESTMENTS COMPANY - 


WARD 10. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 02 09 RE: 


APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART 


OF LOT 8, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S., WARD 11 BRAMALEA LIMITED 


(BY-LAWS 36-89, 37-89, 38-89 AND 39-8.9)= 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 02 09 RE: 


APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, BLOCK 3, REGISTERED PLAN 


43M-643, PART LOT 1, CONCESSION 6, E.H.S., WARD 9, PETRO-CANADA 


(FORMERLY BRAMALEA LIMITED) (BY-LAWS 40-89, 41-89, 42-89 AND 


43-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 02 10 RE: LABATT 


NATIONAL SENIOR LADIES SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. 


A 


i\DERMAN FENNELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND REFRAINED 


FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


ico Calas 


C069-89 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION ITEM E 7. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 02 13 RE: 


SPORTSPLEX FEASIBILITY STUDY. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


™m 


AT the report from the Commissioner of Community Services 


dated 1989 02 13 re: Sportsplex Feasibility Study, be received, 
and; 


AT the firm of Laventhol & Horwath be contracted to carry out 


the sportsplex feasibility study in the amount Of $39.550.00, 


AT this be subject to the approval of fifty percent (50%) 
nding by the Ministry of Tourism and Recreation. 


CARRIED 


COMMITTEE REPORTS 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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Gil. 


C070-89 


REPORT FROM THE BUDGET COMMITTEE DATED 1989 02 06. 


COUNCILLOR BEGLEY DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITH ITEM 9 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the report from the Budget Committee dated 1989 02 06, be 


approved as printed, circulated and amended. 


C071-89 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the $120,000.00 appearing in the 1989 Budget for 


consultants for strategic planning be removed, and; 


FURTHERMORE of the $300,000.00 allocated to strategic planning 


none of it be expended on consultants. 


C072-89 


LOST 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the rural road upgrading program in 3 subsequent years b 
applied to east side projects to balance the $300,000.00 spent 
on River Road, and; 


THAT the remainder of River Road be completed in the 1989 


program. 


C073-89 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the $4,000.00 allowance for business expense to Council 
members other than the Mayor include costs of attending 
conferences, conventions, trade missions and seminars. 


LOST 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS INTRODUCED: 
C074-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 
dg THAT Council approve the 1989 Current Budget as presented 
and amended by Budget Committee, in the amount of 
$50,540,717.00 an increase of 5.86%. 
2 THAT Council approve the 1989 Capital Budget as presented 
and approved by Budget Committee, as follows: 
Development Reserv Debenture 
Department Financing Financing Financing Total 
Fire 100,000. 542,500. 642,500. 
Transit 450,000. 1,375,000. 1,825,000. 
Parksé&Recreation 907,700. 739,700. 462,200. 2,109,600. 
Public Works 4,755,000. 1,628,000. 1,610,000. 7,993,000. 
Public Library 2,113,500. 2, L137.500. 
7,876,200. 3,360,200. 3,447,200. 14,683,600. 
FURTHER THAT the City Clerk b directed to make 
application to the Region of Peel and the Ontario 
Municipal Board for the necessary OMB Orders and the 
issuance of debentures in the amount of $3,447,200. 
Sv THAT Council approve the 1989 Capital Construction 
Programme, as presented and approved by Budget Committee, 
as follows: 
Development Reserv Debenture 
Department Financing Financing Financing Total 
Fire 100,000. 92,500. 192,500. 
Transit 450,000. 1,375,000. 1,825,000. 
Parks&Recreation 907,700. 739,700. 462,200. 2,109,600. 
Public Works 5,155,000. 1,628,000. 2,345,000. 9,128,000. 
Public Library 1,443,500. 1,443,500. 
7,606,200. 2,910,200. 4,182,200. 14,698,600. 
AND FURTHER THAT the Treasurer be authorized to make the 
following transfer from Reserve Funds to the Capital Fund. 
Reserve Fund 4 (Asset Replacement) 759.000. 
Reserve Fund 6 (Facility Repair, etc.) 320,700. 
Reserve Fund #11 (Fire Department) 542,500. 
Reserve Fund #18 (Future Construction) 335,000. 
Reserve Fund #23 (Residential 11 - Special Levy) 10,000. 
Capital Contributions 7,876,200. 
Reserve Fund #29 (Vehicle/Equipment Replacement) 1,218,000. 
11,061,400. 
AND FURTHER THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer an additional 
$175,000. from Reserve Fund #18 (Future Construction) to the Capital 
Fund when the Contributions are received, and; 


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FURTHER THAT the Departments proceed with their respectiv 
programmes as detailed, subject to receipt of OMB approval where 
required. 
CARRIED 
He UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
He a MANAGER, TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES DATED 1989 01 10 &BE: 

PARKING - BALMORAL DRIVE. 

C075-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 
"THAT the report dated 1989 01 10 re Parking - Balmoral Drive be 
received, and; 
THAT it be referred back to staff for a further report. 

CARRIED 

* HO 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 O01 19 RE: 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 14 AND) 15, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., WARD 8, 
ANNDALE INVESTMENT LIMITED/BAVIDA HOLDING CORPORATION (BY-LAW 
32-89) 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 

a CORRES PONDENC 

bas Tes JOHN J. BUCHAN, CLERK ADMINISTRATOR, TOWN OF IROQUOIS FALLS 
DATED 1988 11 18 RE: RETROFIT OF MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION 
BUILDING TO ACCOMMODATE HANDICAPPED. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 

D3 2s STEPHEN CLARK, PRESIDENT, ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES ONTARIO 

DATED 1989 01 23 RE: 1989-90 TRANSFER PAYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT AND 
THE FLAT-LINING OF THE UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS PROGRAM AND THE 
MUNICIPAL ROADS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. 

C076-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 
THAT the correspondence from Stephen Clark, President, 
Association of Municipalities of Ontario dated 1989 01 23 re: 
1989-90 Transfer Payment Announcement and the Flat-lining of the 


Unconditional Grants Program and the Municipal Roads Assistance 


Program, 


be received and 


D 


ENDORSED. 


CARRIED 


CO77-89 


I 
C078-89 
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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


HAT the Minister of Municipal Affairs be advised that the 
ouncil of the City of Brampton strongly objects to the freezing 
f Unconditional Grants and the municipal roads assistance 
ram to the same level at 1988, as consideration was not 
iven to the increased burden placed on the Municipal taxpayer 
ue to significant revenue shortages, and; 


aQav0ay 
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OQ 


THAT the City objects to the province allocating grants to meet 
their own priorities at the expense of our local goals and 
objectives, and; 


Hy 


URTHER THAT Council supports the statements and conclusion made 
n the "AMO Brief to the Province of Ontario regarding 1989-90 
ransfer Payment Announcement" and; 


He 


| 
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RTHER THAT a copy of this resolution be sent to the Treasurer 
of Ontario, our local Members of Provincial Parliament and the 
Association of Municipalities of Ontario. 


CARRIED 


HOMAS W. LYND, CITY CLERK, CITY OF WINDSOR DATED 1989 01 23 RE: 
989 UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS. 


Hy 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


R. C. KEELING, CiTY CLERK, CITY OF WATERLOO DATED 1989 01 24 RE: 
1989 UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


ROY V. HENDERSON, CITY CLERK, CITY OF TORONTO DATED 1989 01 20 
RE: "A CHLOROFLUOROCARBON (CFC) REDUCTION STRATEGY FOR TORONTO". 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Roy V. Henderson, City Clerk, City 
of Toronto dated 1989 01 20 re: "A Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) 
Reduction Strategy for Toronto". be received. 


CARRIED 


GORDON DIPLOCK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT 
DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA DATED 1989 02 06 RE: 
RESIGNATION OF J. WEILER AND APPOINTMENT OF JAMES C. GASKIN. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 
= Ley: _ 
ROBERT M. PRENTICE, TOWN CLERK, TOWN OF NEWMARKET DATED 1989 01 
27 RE: AMENDMENTS TO THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT TO REQUIRE 
CANDIDATES FOR MUNICIPAL OFFICE TO POST A DEPOSIT AS A CONDITION 
FOR NOMINATION FOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 


Moved by Councillor Rober 
Seconded by CounciLlor Ca 


tson 
rter 


THAT th correspondenc from Robert M. Prentice, Town Clerk, 
Town of Newmarket dated 1989 01 27 re: Amendments to the 
unicipal Elections Act to require candidates for Municipal 
Office to post a deposit as condition for nomination for 
Municipal Council, be received and ENDORSED. 
CARRIED 
DONALD DERRICK, PRESIDENT, ONTARIO GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION DATED 
1989 O01 19 RE: 1989 PROVINCIAL TRANSFER PAYMENTS TO 
MUNICIPALITIES. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
STEVEN J. COSIC, PRESIDENT, CARABRAM DATED 1989 01 27 RE: LIQUOR 
LICENCE FOR CARABRAM PAVILIONS TO ALLOW THE SALE OF LIQUOR, WINE 
AND BEER AND DECLARATION OF THE WEEK OF JULY 3RD - JULY 9TH, 
1989 AS "MULTICULTURAL WEEK" IN THE CITY OF BRAMPTON. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
NIGEL EVES, CHAIRMAN OF THE HUTTONVILLE FESTIVAL COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 02 06 RE: REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF $300.00 - 
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1989. 
This item was deleted from the agenda. 
A.KOWALSKI, OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR, PPM CANADA INC. DATED 1989 
Ol 23 RE : PCB DECONTAMINATION PROJECT AT BECKETT SPROULE 
RESERVOIR, BRAMPTON, ONTARIO. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
VALERI DAVIDGE, CO-DIRECTOR, TOUR OF YORK REGION DATED 1989 02 
08 RE: COUNCIL'S APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE TO HOLD THE EVENT OVER 
REGIONAL AND CITY ROADS WITHIN BRAMPTON. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD DATED 1989 02 
09 RE: APPEALS BY D. DAVID ROSE, R. W. ROTH, G. S. ROTH, C. 
CLAREN AND OTHERS AGAINST ZONING BY-LAW 202-88 AND APPEAL BY D. 
DAVID ROSE AGAINST ZONING BY-LAW 21-89. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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J RESOLUTIONS - NIL 
K NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 
L. PETITIONS - NIL 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
* M 1 THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 01 12. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
* M 2. THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 O01 26. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
wat M 3. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT 
AREA - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 O01 23. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C058-89. 
M 4. TRI-MUNICIPAL COMMITTEE - MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 1988 
09 02. 
C088-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the minutes from the Tri-Municipal Committee meeting held 


1988 09 02, be received. 


C081-89 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 8, MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 01 12. 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee Ward 8, 


meeting held 1989 01 12, be received. 


CARRIED 
N. TENDERS - NIL 
O. BY-LAWS 
C082-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 
THAT By-laws 24-89 - 43-89 as listed on the Council meeting 


agenda dated 1989 02 13 b given th required number of 
readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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24-89 To prevent the application of part lot control to 
part of Registered Plan 43M-880 (Harnsworth 
Builders Inc.) 
25-89 To prevent the application of part lot control to 


part of Registered Plan 43M-877 (Constellation 
Development Inc.) 


26-89 To prevent the application of part lot control to 
part of Registered Plans 43M-874, 43M-875 and 
43M-876 (Bramalea Limited 


27-89 To establish certain lands as part of a public 
highway. (Eddystone Drive 

28-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of traffic) 
for the placement of no stopping restriction 

29-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of traffic) 
for the placement of an ALL WAY STOP 

30-89 To amend By-law 4-83, as amended respecting the 
City of Brampton Safety Council. 

31-89 To amend By-law 73-84, as amended (which prescribes 
a tariff of fees for the processing of planning 
applications). 

32-89 To amend By-law 139-84 (part of Lots 14 and 15, 
Concession 3, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Toronto). 

33-89 To authorize the sale of part of Lot 58, Plan 307 
to Holley Electric. 


34-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of traffic 
for the placement of parking restrictions. 


35-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of traffic 
for the placement of parking meters. 


36-89 To authorize th nactment of an agreement betw 
Bramalea Limited, The Corporation of the City o 
Brampton and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. 


ae) 


37-89 To adopt Amendment Number 155 and Amendment Number 
155A to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 


38-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 8, Concession 6, 
BiH Sis in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


39-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 8, Concession 
6, Bate Sig in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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40-89 To authorize th nactment of an agreement between 
Bramalea Limited, The Corporation of the City of 
Brampton, The Regional Municipality of Peel and 
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. 
41-89 To adopt Amendment Number 156 and Amendment Number 
156A to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 
42-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 1, Concession 6, 
EH Siacy in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy 
43-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 1, Concession 
6, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy 
P. "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 
PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING. COUNCIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE OF THE 
WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. UPON 
MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE ''IN CAMERA" STAFE WERE 
INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE 
"IN CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 
THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS INTRODUCED AT THIS TIME AS FOLLOWS: 
C083-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the Council of the City of Brampton inform the Minister of the 
Environment and the Region of Peel that to be consistent with the 
terms of the Environmental Assessment Act and the Ministers Draft 
Order - we will require the comparison of the best sites (numbered and 
lettered) before any site (long term or short term) received approval 
tor the necessary Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments from the 
City of Brampton, and; 
THAT our staff and Council request a meeting with the Ministry of the 
Environment officials and Minister to present our point of view and 
principles. 
CARRIED 
C084-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-law 

1989 02 13 b 
read, 
affixed there 


44-89 


and signed by the Mayor and Clerk 


44-89 listed on the Council meeting agenda dated 
given the required number of readings, taken as 
and Corporate Seal 


to. 


CARRIED 


To confirm the proceedings of Council meeting held 
1989 02 13. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 13 


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Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C085-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, 
February 27th, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:05 A.M., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 1989. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES 


OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 02 27 AT 


7:30 P.M. 


IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS. CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 


PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennel 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 02 27. 
C085-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 
THAT the Agenda for Council meeting dated 1989 02 
27, be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
By CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
B 1. ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM F 5 -— COMMISSIONER OF 
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 02 09 RE: 
APPLICATION TO(7 AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF 
LOT 3, CONCESSION 1 E.H.S. TOMALOU INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED, WARD 3 - HAS REAL ESTATE DEALINGS WITH 
APPLICANT. 
BH <2 ALDERMAN GIBSON _- ITEM  BBO22-89 — MANAGER, 
COMMUNITY DESIGN DATED 1989 02 10 RE: SIGN 
BY-LAW VARIANCE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA —- 235 QUEEN 
STREET EAST - EMPLOYEE OF APPLICANT. 
or ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 02 
Eis 
CO086-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 02 13. be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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D. CONSENT MOTION: 


C087-89 


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Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items 
and that the various Officials of the Corporation 
are hereby authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 


FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 02 20 RE: FIRE ROUTE 


BY-LAW (BY-LAW 50-89). 


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FINANCING 
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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Fire Chief dated 1989 02 
re: Fire Route By-law, be received. and: 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
50-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 205-79 (Fire 
Route By-law). 


MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 02 20 RE: 
TRAFFIC SIGNALS. 


RECOMMENDED 
THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting 


dated 1989 02 20 re: Financing: Traffic Signals, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council authoriz the Treasurer to transfer 
Bramalea Limited's contribution of $123,681.64, as 
received under the Industrial 9 Subdivision 
Agreement, from Reserve Fund #18 to finance the 
installation of Traffic Signals at Torbram Road and 
Corporation Drive, and at Williams Parkway and 
Chrysler Drive intersections; and $4,120.22 for the 
Chrysler east driveway and Williams Parkway. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02 14 RE: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 14, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., 
CONESTOGA DRIVE AND KENNEDY ROAD WARD 2, 68296 

ONTARIO LIMITED, REGION OF PEEL FILE 217T-88018B 
(BY-LAWS 47-89 AND 48-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 02 14 re: Proposed Draft 
Plan of Subdivision and application to amend the 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 14, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., Conestoga Drive and Kennedy Road, Ward 2, 
682967 Ontario Limited, Region of Peel File 
21T-88018B, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
xecute the final subdivision agreement approved by 
the City Solicitor and all other documents approved 
by the City solicitor required to implement the 
provisions of the subdivision agreement, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 92 27 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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agreement, and; 


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oe 


THAT Council enact By-law 47-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861, as amended, (part of Lot 14, 
Concession 1, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 48-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88, as amended, (part of Lot 14, 
Concession Ty BeH Ss} geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02 09 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 


BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S. , 


TOMALOU_ INVESTMENTS LIMITED, WARD 3 ( BY-LAW 49-89) 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 02 09 re: Application to 
amend the Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 3, Concession 
1, E.H.S., Tomalou Investments Limited, Ward 3, be 
received, and; 


THAT City Council authorize the execution of the 


THAT City Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
49-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 200-82, as 
amended, (part of Lot 3, Concession 1, E.H.S., in 
the geographic Township of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT in accordance with Section 34(16) of the 
Planning Act, 1983, Council hereby determines that 
no further public notice is to be given in respect 
of the proposed by-law. 


DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 02 20 RE: ROAD 


WIDENING DEDICATIONS, CHURCH STREET EAST AND KENNEDY 
ROAD NORTH (BY-LAW 54-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor 
dated 1989 02 20 re: Road Widening Dedications, 
Church Street East and Kennedy Road North, and; 


THAT Council authorize By-law 54-89 being a by-law 
to establish the 2.97 foot widening along Church 
Street described in Instrument No. 130244VS as part 
of Church Street East, and; 


THAT the 7 foot widening along Kennedy Road 
described instrument No. 130244VS be conveyed to 
The Regional Municipality of Peel, and that the 
Region be requested to establish said lands as part 
of Kennedy Road North. 


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FQ. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 02 24 RE: CITY 


ASSUMPTION OF MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY (BY-LAW 55-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor 
dated 198902 24 re: City assumption of Mount Olivet 
Cemetery,be received. and: 


THAT Council approve by-law 55-89 authorizing the 


following: 
i) execution of the agreement 
ii) the acquisition of Mount Olivet Cemetery, and 


iii) 


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Td. 


the Treasurer to deposit all funds received in 
a special account for the maintenance of Mount 
Olivet Cemetery. 


CHAIRMAN, CONSULTANT SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 1989 
02 27 RE: EMPLOYEE ASSTSTANCE PROGRAM CONSULTANT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Chairman, Consultant 
Selection Committee dated 1989 02 27 re: Employee 
Assistance Program Consultant, be received, and; 


THAT Corporate Health Consultants be retained as 
the City of Brampton's employee assistance program 
consultant. 


CHAITANYA K. KALEVAR DATED 1989 OQ1 15 RE: 


CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS AT A NEIGHBOURHOOD 
PARK/SCHOOL. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Chaitanya K. Kalevar 
dated 1989 01 15 re: Celebrating Christmas at a 
neighbourhood park/school, be received. 


MAJOR RAY PIERCEY, CORPS OFFICER, BRAMPTON CITADEL 
CORPS AND CAPTAIN BILL BLACKMAN, CORPS 
OFFICER, MISSISSAUGA TEMPLE CORPS - THE SALVATION 
ARMY MISSISSAUGA TEMPLE DATED 1989 02 O07 RE: 
OPPOSITION TO AN ADDITIONAL REGIONAL FOOD DEPOT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Major Ray Piercey, 
Corps Officer, Brampton Citadel Corps and Captain 
Bill Blackman, Corps Officer, Mississauga Temple 
Corps - The Salvation Army Mississauga Temple dated 
1989 02 07 re: Opposition to an additional Regional 
Food Depot, be received. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
DATED 1989 02 16 RE: APPEAL BY OCEAN SEA FOODS 
INC. AND HOSPITALITY RESTAURANTS LTD. FROM A 
DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT, 
APPLICATION A52/88 BY 704857 ONTARIO CORP. FOR A 
BY-LAW VARIANCE - 200 ADVANCE BOULEVARD. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


EV). 


ole es 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 02 16 
re: Appeal by Ocean Sea Foods Inc. and Hospitality 
Restaurants Ltd. from a decision of the Committee 
of Adjustment, Application A52/88 by 704857 Ontario 
Corp. for a By-law Variance - 200 #£4xAdvance 
Boulevard, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
of Brampton's position. 


A. C. RANDLES, CHATRMAN, LAND DIVISION COMMITTEE, 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 02 14 
RE: ELECTION OF JOHN T. PAPPAIN TO THE POSITION OF 
VICE-CHATRMAN. 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from A. C.  Randles, 
Chairman, Land Division Committee, Regional 
Municipality of Peel dated 1989 02 14 re: Election 
of John Ps Pappain to the Decision of 


Vice-Chairman, be received. 


DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL 

MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 02 17 RE: 
DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL AREAS OF EAST BRAMPTON, 
MINIMUM LOT SIZES. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Deborah E. Trouten, 
Regional Clerk, The Regional Municipality of Peel 
dated 1989 02 17 re: Development in rural areas of 
east Brampton, Minimum Lot Sizes, be received. 


THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL, MINUTES FROM THE 


MEETING HELD 1989 02 09. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
meeting held 1989 02 09, be received. 


THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS 
IMPROVEMENT AREA, MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 
02 13. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Board of Management, 
Downtown Brampton Business Improvement Area meeting 
held 1989 02 13, be received. 


BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
1989 01 19. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage Board 


dated 1989 01 19, be received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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ae 


CONTRACT 89-04 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UNLEADED 


GASOLINE, DIESEL FUEL AND FURNACE OIL. 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT Contract 89-04 - Supply and Delivery of 
Unleaded Gasoline, Diesel Fuel and Furnace Oil 
(City of Mississauga Co-operative Tender No. 
TPS-14-1989), be awarded for the City of Brampton's 
portion, based on the unit prices received for Part 
"A" as follows: 


- Unleaded Gasoline and Furnace 
.3589/litre and 


Sunoco Inc., 
Oil in the amounts of 


.2030/litre respectively. 
Texaco Canada Inc., - Diesel Fuel in the 
amount of .3350/litre. 


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Sis 


All being the lowest acceptable bids received. 


CONTRACT 89-05 - RENTAL OF PICK-UP TRUCKS AND VANS. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-05 - Rental of Pick-Up Trucks and 
Vans, be awarded to Somerville National Leasing & 
Rentals Ltd., for the twenty five (25) only 1/2 ton 
Pick Up Trucks and three (3) only 1/2 ton Extended 
Cab Pick Up Trucks at the unit prices tendered plus 
8% Provincial Sales Tax, being the lowest 
acceptable bid received and the three (3) only 1/2 
ton, 5 passenger, Window Vans be cancelled and 
obtained by quotation. 


CONTRACT 89-06 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UP TO NINE 


(9) ONLY 40 FOOT DIESEL TRANSIT BUSES. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-06 - Supply and Delivery of up to 


nine (9) only 40 foot Diesel Transit Buses, be 
awarded to Ontario Bus Industries Inc., in the 
total amount of $1,645,722.36 (One Million, Six 


Hundred & Forty Five Thousand, Seven Hundred & 
Twenty Two Dollars & Thirty Six Cents) for nine (9) 
only buses including the kneeling system being the 


lowest acceptable bid received, 


and; 


THAT the report from the Director of Transit dated 
1989 02 23 re: Tender for 9 - 40' Buses, be 
received, and; 


for 9 - 40Q' 
Buses Industries, 


the amount of $411,430.00 
ly issued to Ontario 


THAT a purchase order in 
buses be immediat 
and; 


THAT the option of a "kneeling" feature be included 


in this purchase order. 


CONTRACT 89-28 - CATCHBASIN REPAIR. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-28 - Catchbasin Repair, be awarded 
to A.N.G.S. Construction Ltd., in a revised total 
amount not to exceed $100,000.00 (One Hundred 
Thousand Dollars), being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* N 5. CONTRACT 89-132 -— SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF THIRTEEN 
13) ONLY TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLERS. 

RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-132 - Supply and Delivery of 
thirteen (13) only Traffic Signal Controllers, be 
awarded to Fortran Traffic Systems Limited in the 
total revised amount of $89,635.31 (Eighty Nine 
Thousand, Six Hundred & Thirty Five Dollars & 
Thirty One Cents) being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 

i N 6. CONTRACT 89-19 —- MECHANICAL STREET SWEEPING. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-19 be awarded to Centennial 
Construction Equipment Rentals for Alternate "A" in 
revised total price not to exceed $80,000.00 
(Righty Thousand Dollars) being the lowest 
acceptable bid Recieved. 

x N 7. CONTRACT 89-27 - CATCHBASIN CLEANING. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-27 be awarded to Flow-Kleen 
Technology Ltd., in a revised amount not to exceed 
$80,000.00 (Eighty Thousand Dollars) for the 1989 
requirements, being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 

CARRIED 
EB. DELEGATIONS 
EB 1. CAROLE JONES RE: FLORAL PRESENTATION TO MAYOR AND 


MEMBERS OF COUNCIL (THE CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY). 


C088-89 


Ms. Lily Ives on behalf of Ms. Carole Jones of The 
Canadian Red Cross Society presented Council with 
corsages and boutonniere. 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from Lily Ives on behalf of Ms. 
Jones re: Floral Presentation to Mayor and Members 
of Council (The Canadian Red Cross Society), be 
received. 


CARRIED 


MICHARL EF. WEIR RE: PROPOSAL BY LAW EXEMPTION FROM 


SUB-DIVISION CONTROL ON 743820 ONTARIO LIMITED 
ASHLEY OAKS — HOMES OF BLOCKS 196 - 213 PLAN 
43M-841, CITY OF BRAMPTON AND RE: LETTER OF CREDIT 
ON PLAN 43M-740. 


DELETED FROM AGENDA. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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E 3. MARIANNE GALLIFORD RE: DONATION TOWARDS THE 
RESTORATION OF THE HERITAGE PART OF THE CHURCHVILLE 
CEMETERY. 
Ms. Galliford spoke to Council regarding 


C089-89 


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Churchville Cemetery. She provided a historical 
profile of the Cemetery and sought financial 
support towards the restoration of the monuments. 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the delegation from Marianne Galliford re: 
Donation towards the restoration of the Heritage 
part of the Churchville Cemetery. be received, and; 


THAT a grant of $5,000.00 from the Contingency Fund 
be approved. 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the restoration of the Heritage part of the 
Churchville Cemetery be referred to staff for a 
report to include alternative sources of funding. 


CARRIED 


DOREEN M. WATES AND TOM FRENCH RE: RUTHERFORD ROAD 


ARCHDEKIN DRIVE - TRAFFIC PROBLEMS. 


C090-89 


Ms. Wates and Mr. French addressed Council 
regarding the traffic problems in their area of 
Rutherford Road and Archdekin Drive. 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from Doreen M. Wates and Tom 
French re: Rutherford Road / Archdekin Drive - 
Traffic Problems, be received. 

CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PW042-89 AT THIS TIME AND 


DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


PWO042-89 


MANAGER TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES DATED 1989 02 

1 RE: TRAFFIC AT THE INTERSECTION OF 
ARCHDEKIN DRIVE AND RUTHERFORD ROAD SOUTH 
INTERSECTION) . 


THAT the report dated 1989 02 17 re Traffic at the 
intersection of Archdekin Drive and Rutherford Road 
(south intersection) be received, and; 


ales An overhead flashing red/amber signal be 
installed at Rutherford/Archdekin Drive 
intersection. This will serve to alert 


motorists to the possible existence of 
conflicting vehicular movements; 


C091-89 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 


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Signal timing adjustments be made at the Queen 
Street/Rutherford Road intersection in the 
a.m. to better accommodate southbound to 
eastbound left turns (on green arrow), and 
straight through southbound traffic - both in 
the interest of reducing the queue which often 
extends past Archdekin Drive and impairs 
intersection operation; 


Th Peel Regional Polic b requested to 
continue their selective radar enforcement on 
Rutherford Road; 


That the NO PARKING 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. 
Monday to Friday be replaced with NO PARKING 
ANYTIME on both sides of Rutherford Road 
between Queen Street and a point 15 metres 
north of Archdekin Drive; 


That staff continue their surveillance of the 
traffic problems until access to the 410 and 
Vodden Street bridge are open properly, and; 


That a traffic estimate of future usage of 
Vodden Street bridge be done." 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENTS WERE INTRODUCED AT THIS TIME; 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT Item 1 be amended to read as follows 


ales 


A pedestrian crosswalk at the corner of 
Rutherford and Archdekin be referred to staff. 


THAT Item 4a be added to the main motion to read as 
follows: 
4a. That the NO PARKING SIGNS on Rutherford Road 


be changed to read: 


NO PARKING 7:00 A.M. - 9:00 A.M. - Southbound 
NO PARKING 4:00 P.M. - 6:00 p.m. - Northbound 


ON TAKING A VOTE ON THE MAIN MOTION , AS AMENDED, THE 
MOTION WAS DECLARED "CARRIED". 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the staff request the Province to open the on 
and off ramps to 410 Hwy and the flyover at Vodden 
Street as soon as possible. 


CARRIED 


REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


F 


sly 


FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 02 20 RE: FIRE ROUTE BY-LAW 


(BY-LAW 50-89) . 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


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FINANCING: TRAFFIC SIGNALS. 


F 2. MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 02 20 RE: 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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F 3. DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 
DATED 1989 02 22 RE: 1989 M.T.O. SUBSIDY. 


C092-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Director of Development 
and Engineering Services dated 1989 02 22 re: 1989 
M.T.O. Subsidy, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign 
the 1989 M.T.O. Normal and Supplementary Subsidy 
Application Forms to be submitted to the M.T.O. by 
March 1, 1989. 


CARRIED 


* F 4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02 1E RE: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 14, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., 
CONESTOGA DRIVE AND KENNEDY ROAD, WARD 2, 68296 

ONTARIO LIMITED, REGION OF PEEL FILE 217T-88018B 
(BY-LAWS 47-89 AND 48-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


a F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02 09 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., TOMALOU 
INVESTMENTS LIMITED, WARD 3 (BY-LAW 49-89). 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 
F 6. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 02 23 


RE: SENIOR CITIZENS FARES AND RECOMMENDED FARE 
STRUCTURE FOR 1989. 


DEALT WITH UNDER COMMITTEE REPORTS ITEM G 2. 


* F 7. DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 02 20 RE: ROAD 
WIDENING DEDICATIONS, CHURCH STREET EAST AND 
KENNEDY ROAD NORTH (BY-LAW 54-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


F 8. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 02 23 RE: MARY STREET RECONSTRUCTION - STREET 
UPGRADING CONTRACT 89-100. 


C093-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 02 23 re: Mary Street 
Reconstruction - Street Upgrading - Contract 
89-100, be received, and; 


THAT the overhead hydro system be maintained and 
that the proposed sidewalk be installed as shown on 
the engineering drawings. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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* F 9. DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 02 24 RE: CITY 


ASSUMPTION OF MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY (BY-LAW 55-89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


* F10. CHATRMAN, CONSULTANT SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 1989 
QO2 27 RE: EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM CONSULTANT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G> a REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 02 20. 


C094-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the Administration and Finance 
Committee dated 1989 02 20, be approved as printed 
and circulated after extracting Items AF014-89 and 
AFO20-89. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AFO14-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 


AFO14-89 TAXES FOR CABLE T.V. COMPANIES 


"THAT the matter be referred to the 1989 02 27 
meeting of City Council." 


C095-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the report dated 1989 O1 30 re Taxes for Cable 
T.V. Companies be received, and; 


THAT Council endorse the Town of Paris resolution. 
CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AFO20-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 


AFO20-89 UNCOLLECTABLE TAX WRITE-OFFS 


"THAT the matter be referred to the 1989 02 27 
meeting of City Council." 


C096-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report dated 1989 02 07 re Uncollectable 
Tax Write-offs. be received, and; 


THAT the schedule of uncollectable taxes amounting 
to $87,902.45 be written off and the appropriate 
share thereof be allocated to the Region of Peel 
and appropriate School Boards accordingly. 


CARRIED 


9 02 20. 


C097-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTER DATED 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 02 20, be approved as printed 
and circulated after extracting Item CS019-89. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM CS019-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 
CS019-89 DELEGATION - MR. SAM HUNDEL RE BUS PASSES FOR 
SENIOR CITIZENS AND REPORT RE SENIOR 


Bus 


CITIZENS FARES AND FARE STRUCTURE FOR 1989. 


RECOMMENDATION (A) 


"THAT the verbal submission of Mr. Sam Hundel re 
Passes for senior citizens be received." 


CARRIED 


RECOMMENDATION (B) 


"THAT a seniors pass be established at a fee of 


$10.00 per year to contribute to the administration 
costs. 


LOST 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM F 6 AND DEALT WITH IT 


AT THIS TIME AS FOLLOWS: 


FY 0% 


C098-89 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 02 23 
RE: SENIOR CITIZENS FARES AND RECOMMENDED 
FARE STRUCTURE FOR 1989. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS PRESENTED: 


COUNCIL SPLIT THE MOTION AND DEALT WITH EACH ITEM 


SEPARATELY AS FOLLOWS: 


1) THAT the Revenue return for Transit will be 
targeted for 65% of expenditures, and in 
order to achieve this Revenue target, existing 


Revenue sources should be continued along with 
possible new sources as approved by Council. 


CARRIED 


2) THAT effective March 13, 1989, a cash fare of 
ADULT $1.00, STUDENT .85, and a ticket fare of 
ADULT .90, STUDENT .75, SENIOR .50, be 


implemented, and;THAT all other policies, rules 
and conditions of fare payment will apply as 
per the existing fare structure. 


CARRIED 


3) THAT effective March 13, 1989, a cash fare of 
SENIOR .55 and a ticket fare of SENIOR .50, be 
implemented. 


CARRIED 


27 


C099-89 


pass. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT staff investigate and report back to Community 
Services Committee on a feasible rate on a bus 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 02 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee dated 
1989 02 20, be approved as printed and circulated 
after extracting Items P037-89 and P038-89. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P037-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 


PO037-89 


1989 


C101-89 


FLETCHERS CREEK SOUTH SECONDARY PLAN - PART LOT 15, 
CON. 1 W.H.S. -— SOUTHWEST UADRANT. 
STEELES AVENUE AND HURONTARIO STREET - WARD 3. 


"THAT the matter be deferred to the February 27th, 
meeting of City Council." 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


"THAT the Fletchers Creek South Secondary Plan be 


amended by changing the land use designations as 
follows 


Southeast corner of Malta Avenue and Steeles 
Avenue: from High Density Residential to Low 
and Medium Density Residential. 


North portion of Lots 14, 15 and 16, Plan 347: 
from Low and Medium Density Residential to 
High Density Residential. 


South portion of Lots 11 and 12, Plan 347: from 
Low and Medium Density Residential to High 
Density Residential. 


Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Plan 347: from 


High Density Residential to Office Commercial. 


Block 6, Plan M-762: from Institutional to High 
Density Residential 


Locate Neighbourhood Park designation in the 


vicinity of south parts of Lots 13 and 14, Plan 347 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"LOST"SIX YEAS, 9 NAYS AND 2 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 
Alderman Bissell Alderman Gibson Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Fennell Alderman Palleschi Councillor Russell 
Mayor Whillans Alderman Miles 
Alderman Beisel Alderman Metzak 
Alderman DiMarco Councillor Carter 
Alderman Hutton Councillor Begley 

Councillor Robertson 


Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Ludlow 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C102-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT Item P037-89 be referred back to the Planning 


Committee. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P038-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 


FOLLOWS : 


P038-89 DOWNTOWN PARKING POLICY REVIEW 


"THAT the matter b 


deferred to the February 27th, 


1989 meeting of City Council." 


C103-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


"THAT the report dated 1989 02 15 re Downtown 


Parking Policy Review b 


received, and; 


A. The downtown parking policy be implemented 
through an amendment to By-law 200-82 to 
delete the timing clause related to the 


occupancy of 


the new public parking garages. 


This amendment shall provide for permanent 


exemptions for the Queen's Square Retail 
Office Proposal and the Terracorp Retail 
Office Proposal as provided in the City Hall 


Master Agreement and one (1) year exemptions 


for all the 


other approved and committed 


development shown on Map No. 2 ain _ the 
aforesaid report. 
B. A Public Meeting be convened in accordance 
with City Council's procedures; 
Cy Staff be directed to prepare a detailed study 
design, for Council's consideration 


setting out the 

of the Brampton 
formulation 
development p 


D. Staff also be 


terms of reference for the review 
Central Secondary Plan, and the 
of an associated parking 
lan, and; 


directed to develop the detailed 


terms of reference for the 
preparation of development concept and secondary 
plan for the Queen Street commercial corridor." 


C 


B 


2 


b 


> DD POORER OROD 


G 4. 


G5. 


CARRIED 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 
22. 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the report from the Public Works Committee 
dated 1989 02 22, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 


COMMITTEE DATED 1989 02 22. 


105-89 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM BBO22-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 
AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT The report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee dated 1989 02 22, be approved 
as printed and circulated after extracting Item 
BBO19-89. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM BBO019-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 


B019-89 


:00 


e 


PARKING PROHIBITIONS - 2:00 A.M. TO 6:00 A.M. 


"THAT the report undated re Parking Prohibition 
a.m. to 6:00 a.m. be received, and; 


THAT "NO PARKING" between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. 
implemented on all municipal roadways." 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"CARRIED", 12 YEAS, 5 NAYS, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED 
ABSENT 


Bissell Alderman Gibson 
illor Andrews Alderman Fennell 
Met zak Alderman Palleschi 


Whillans Councillor Carter 
Beisel 


Cc 
Lr 
cillor Russell Alderman Miles 
ie 
Lr 
Cc 


illor Begley 
ouncillor Robertson 
DiMarco 
Sprovieri 
Hutton 
Ludlow 


UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


Ey des 


CORRES PONDENCE 


CHAITANYA K. KALEVAR DATED 1989 Q1 15 RE: 


CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS AT A NEIGHBOURHOOD 
PARK/SCHOOL. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


MAP. 
LAKE 
C106-89 
Police 
* I 3 
IT 4. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 
= G. = 


GORDON RAYNER DATED 1989 01 10 RE: TRUCKS ON HEART 
ROAD. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Gordon Rayner dated 
1989 O01 10 re: Trucks on Heart Lake Road, be 
received, and; 


THAT the letter b forwarded to Peel Regional 
for enforcement. 


CARRIED 


MAJOR RAY PIERCEY. CORPS OFFICER. BRAMPTON CITADEL 

CORPS AND CAPTAIN BILL BLACMAN, CORPS OFFICER, 
MISSISSAUGA TEMPLE CORPS  - THE SALVATION ARMY 
MISSISSAUGA TEMPLE DATED 1989 02 07 RE: OPPOSITION 
TO AN ADDITIONAL REGION FOOD DEPOT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087 - 89. 


SHEAN CAMPBELL, LOVE IN CHRIST OQUTREACH OF BRAMALEA 
DATED 1989 02 16 RE: OPPOSITION TO AN ADDITIONAL 


REGIONAL FOOD DEPOT. 


C107-89 


Council. 


Ly “Bhs 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the correspondence from Shean Campbell, Love 
In Christ Outreach of Bramalea dated 1989 02 16 re: 
Opposition to an additional Regional Food Depot, be 
received, and; 


THAT this be referred to the Region of Peel 


CARRIED 


STEPHEN CLARK, PRESIDENT, ASSOCIATION OF 


MUNICIPALITIES OF TORONTO DATED 1989 02 14 RE: GREEN 
PAPER ON "FINANCE GROWTH - RELAXED CAPITAL NEEDS". 


C108-89 


"FINANCING GROWTH-RELATED CAPITAL NEEDS'!'. 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the correspondence from Stephen Clark, 
President, Association of Municipalities of Ontario 
dated 1989 02 14 re: Green Paper on "Financing 
Growth-Related Capital Needs", be received, and; 


FURTHER THAT Brampton City Council supports the 


comments and recommendations outlined in this 
report, and; 


FURTHER THAT a copy of this motion be forwarded to 
AMO, the Premier of Ontario, the Treasurer of 
Ontario, the Minister of Education, the Minister of 
Housing, and our local members of Provincial 
Parliament. 


CARRIED 


C109-89 


I 8. 


C110-89 


C111-89 


T10. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
DATED 1989 02 16 RE: APPEAL BY OCEAN SEA FOODS 
INC. AND HOSPITALITY RESTAURANTS LTD. FROM A 
DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT. 
APPLICATION A52/88 BY 704857 ONTARIO CORP. FOR A 
BY-LAW VARIANCE - 200 ADVANCE BOULEVARD. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


JOHN MILLSON, MAYOR OF WINDSOR, CITY OF WINDSOR 
DATED 1989 02 14 RE: RESOLUTION - ONTARIO ARTS 
COUNCIL STRATEGIC PLAN "MOVING FORWARD - A_ FIVE 
YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN PREPARED BY THE ONTARIO ARTS - 
MARCH 1988". 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the correspondence from John Millson, Mayor of 
Windsor, City of Windsor dated 1989 02 14 re: 


Resolution - Ontario Arts Council Strategic Plan 
"Moving Forward - A Five Year Strategic Plan 
Prepared By The Ontario Arts - March 1988", be 


received, and; 
THAT this be referred to the Brampton Arts Council. 


CARRIED 


CAROLE J. HORAN DATED 1989 02 09 RE: REQUEST FOR A 
LETTER OR PETITION FROM BRAMPTON CITY COUNCIL 


IN SUPPORT OF CHANGES TO THE YOUNG OFFENDERS ACT. 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from Carole J. Horan dated 
1989 02 09 re: Request for a letter or petition 
from Brampton City Council in support of changes to 
the Young Offenders Act, be received, and; 


aval 


FURTHER THAT staff arrange a special meeting with a 
representative from Peel Regional Police to discuss 
the Young Offenders Act and any concerns the police 
have regarding this legislation. 


CARRIED 


DALE  R. WARD, CHATRMAN, HALTON PEREL BRANCH  - 
ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY DATED 1989 02 
21 RE: RESTORATION OF CHURCHVILLE CEMETERY. 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded bv Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the correspondence from Dale R. Ward, 
Chairman, Halton Peel Branch - Ontario Genealogical 
Society dated 1989 02 21 re: Restoration of 
Churchville Cemetery, be received. 


CARRIED 


SANDRA L. HOFFMAN, CLUB 404 BRAMPTON DATED 1989 02 


20 RE: CLUB 404 OPENING. 


C112-89 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 


Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the correspondence from Sandra L. Hoffman, 
Club 404 Brampton dated 1989 02 20 re: Club 404 
Opening, be received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 
= 498 = 


GLEN TIMAK, GALAXY CONTEST PROMOTIONS DATED 1989 02 


C113-89 


* PLZ 


* 3 


114. 


C114-89 


22 RE: PERMISSION TO USE "BRAMPTON" IN 
PROMOTION OF A BIKINI CONTEST IN BRAMPTON DURING 
THE SUMMER OF 1989. 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


pe any 


THAT the correspondence from Mr. Glen Timak, Galaxy 
Contest Promotions dated 1989 02 22 re: Permission 
to use the word "Brampton" in the promotion of a 
bikini contest in Brampton during the Summer of 
1989, be received, and; 


THAT this request be refused. 


CARRIED 


A. C. RANDLES CHAIRMAN LAND DIVISION COMMITTEE, 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 02 14 

RE: ELECTION OF JOHN T. PAPPAIN TO THE POSITION OF 

VICE-CHATRMAN. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 02 17 RE: 
DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL AREAS OF EAST BRAMPTON, 
MINIMUM LOT SIZES. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087 - 89. 


DANIEL CROMBIE, METROPOLITAN TORONTO CLERK, THE 

MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO DATED 
1989 02 16 RE- FORMAL REQUEST That THE TORONTO SUN 
AND MR. PORTER ISSUE A PUBLIC APOLOGY TO ALL 
CITIZENS NOT BORN IN CANADA. 


Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the correspondence from Daniel Crombie, 
Metropolitan Toronto Clerk, The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto dated 1989 02 16 re: Formal 
request that the Toronto Sun and Mr. Porter issue a 
public apology to all Citizens not born in Canada, 
be received. 


CARRIED 


J. RESOLUTIONS - NIL 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 


L. PETITIONS - NIL 


OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


i M i 


THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL MINUTES FROM THE 


MEETING HELD 1989 02 09. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


M 2. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 2, MINUTES FROM 


THE MEETING HELD 1989 01 05. 


C115-89 


1989 


C116-89 


M 4. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee Ward 2 meeting held 1989 O01 05, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 2 MEETING HELD 
QT) ae 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee Ward 2 meeting held 1989 01 11, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 2 MINUTES FROM 


THE MEETING HELD 1989 02 02. 


C117-89 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee Ward 2 meeting held 1989 02 02, be 
received, and; 


THAT the following items be referred to staff for 


action or comment: 


NEW BUSINESS 


De Report of Councillor Robertson- 


Extracting the following paragraphs: 


"The opening in the sound barrier adjacent to 
Squires Inn plaza was to have some form of 
gates promised in 1988. What is the status?" 


"Camden Park embankment was to be fixed last 
spring is still not done." 


7 £. Camden Park Playground 


"Linda Jeffrey reported that there is a swing 
missing in Camden Park." 


7 g. Park Sidewalks 


"There is a portion of the park sidewalk in 
Camden Park at the end of Sutter and Dalzell 
that is not paved, can this be done?" 


7 p. Bovaird and Highway 410 


There is no lane ending sign at Bovaird and 
Highway 410. The following motion was moved by 
Bert Matthews. seconded by Linda Jeffrey: 


"THAT the Province be asked to put up lane 
ending signs on Bovaird Drive where necessary, 
especially west bound at cloverleaf with 


Highway 410." 


CARRIED 


M5. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE WARD 3, MINUTES FROM 
THE MEETING HELD 1989 01 25. 


C118-89 


M 6. 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT 


the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 


Committee Ward 3 meeting held 1989 01 25, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 3, MINUTES FROM 
THE MEETING HELD 1989 02 09. 


C119-89 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT 


the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 


Committee Ward 3 meeting held 1989 02 09, be 
received, and; 


THAT 


6. 


6b. 


7 


Ta. 


the following items be referred to staff: 


WARD 3 MATTERS 


Parking on County Court Blvd. 


Tom Gorham expressed concern about the number 
of cars parked on County Court Blvd. in front 
of the registry office and the Wedgewood 
Building. He had spoken to the By-law 
Department but there has been little 
improvement. It was noted by Jim Garvie that 
there is often no parking available for people 
using the registry office other than on th 

street. The Alderman explained that Parking 
Control can be called out to ticket cars 
parking illegally. After discussion the 
following motion moved by Tom Gorham, seconded 
by Laura Clinton, was carried: 


"That 
Court 


the City consider "No Parking" on County 
Boulevard. 


CITY MATTERS 


Stoop and Scoop 


Tom Gorham expressed concern about the amount 
of dog feces in the parks and on_ the 
boulevards in the area. The Alderman had 
talked to the Parks Department and suggested 
signs incorporating stoop and scoop and 
leashing and control of dogs. After discussion 
the following motion moved by Tom Gorham, 
seconded by Laura Clinton, was carried 
unanimously: 


"That the City place Stoop and Scoop signs 
along east and west sides of County Court 
Boulevard and the City also place proper 
receptacles for said bagged defecation. The 
above should also apply to all parks in the 
Fletchers Creek Subdivision (including County 
Court area) ." 


C120- 


+ 


CiZd= 


CARRIED 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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M7. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 8, MINUTES FROM 
THE MEETING HELD 1989 01 25. 


89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee Ward 8 meeting held 1989 01 25, be 
received. 


CARRIED 
M 8. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS 


IMPROVEMENT AREA, MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 
O02 1.3%. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


M 9. BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 O01 19. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


M10. TRI-MUNICIPAL COMMITTER MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 02 02. 


89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the minutes from the Tri-Municipal Committee 
meeting held 1989 02 02, be received, and; 


THAT the concerns of retaining the level of safety 
which is required at Lester B. Pearson 
International Airport in order to maintain safe 
working conditions for all airport personnel and 
area residents; "Additional personnel are 
required." 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Brampton 
express to the Minister of Transport regarding the 
supposed inadequate number of air traffic 
controllers at Lester B. Pearson International 
Airport, and; 


THAT he be requested to respond with a plan to 
increase the number of air traffic controllers toa 
safe level. 
CARRIED 
TENDERS 


N 1. CONTRACT 89-04 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UNLEADED 
GASOLINE, DIESEL FUEL AND FURNACE OIL. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 
N 2. CONTRACT 89-05 - RENTAL OF PICK UP TRUCKS AND VANS. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


N 3. CONTRACT 89-06 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UP TO NINE 
(9) ONLY 40 FOOT DIESEL TRANSIT BUSES. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


N 4. CONTRACT 89-28 - CATCHBASIN REPAIR. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


* Ni Ds 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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CONTRACT 89-132 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF THIRTEEN 
(13) ONLY TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLERS. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 


* N 6. CONTRACT 89-19 -— MECHANICAL STREET SWEEPING. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 
x N 7. CONTRACT 89-27 - CATCHBASIN CLEANING. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-89. 
O. BY-LAWS 
C122-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT By-laws 45-89 - 55-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 02 27 be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and 
Signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal 
affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


45-89To establish certain lands as part of 
Church Street East. 


46-89A by-law to require the provision of 
security boxes containing information 
regarding hazardous materials and 
Hazardous physical agents and keys for 


access by the Fire Department to prevent 
the spread of fires. 


By-law). 


Planning 


47-89To amend By-law 151-88, as amended, (part 
of Lot 14, Concession 1, E.H.S., 
geographic Township of Chinguacousy). 


48-89To amend By-law 861, as amended, (part of 
Lot 14, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of Chinguacousy). 


49-89To amend By-law 200-82, as amended, (part 
of Lot 3, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of Chinguacousy). 


50-89To amend By-law 205-79 (Fire Route 


51-89A by-law to constitute and appoint a 
Committee of Adjustment under the 


Act, 1983, to prescribe a tariff of fees 
for Committee of Adjustment applications 
and to provide for remuneration. 


52-89To adopt Amendment Number 157 to the 
Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 


53-89To repeal By-law 220-88. 


54-89To establish certain lands as part of 
Church Street East. 


55-89To authorize the acquisition of Mount 
Olivet Cemetery. 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 02 27 


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Pi. "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PROPERTY 
MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE 
DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" 
IN THE PROPERTY MATTERS. 


C123-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT By-law 56-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 02 27 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 
thereto. 


CARRIED 


56-89 To confirm the proceedings of Council 
meeting held 1989 02 27. 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C124-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
Monday March 13th, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:45 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 03 13 AT 
7:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 
PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
ABSENT 
Mayor K. Whillans (vacation) 
Councillor F. Russell (vacation) 
Alderman L. Bissell (vacation) 
Alderman D. Metzak (Other Municipal 
Business) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 03 13. 


C125-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the Agenda for Council meeting dated 1989 03 
13, be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


B 1. ALDERMAN BETSEL - ITEM P048-89 - AGOSTINO DE 
GASPERIS PART BLOCK 7, CON. 1., W.H.S., LOT 
107, PLAN BR-8 - FIRM HAS BUSINESS DEALINGS WITH 
THE APPLICANT. 


B 2. ALDERMAN LUDLOW - ITEM BBO26-89 - THE LETHBRIDGE 
STAKE OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF 
LATTER-DAY SAINTS - A MEMBER OF THE CONGREGATION. 


Crs ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
O22 


C126-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 02 27. be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINVTES 1989 03 13 


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D. CONSENT MOTION: 


C127-89 


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Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items 
and that the various Officials of the Corporation 
are hereby authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 


PROPERTY MANAGER DATED 1989 03 06 RE: MINISTRY OF 


TRANSPORTATION - PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT. 


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CONTROL 
BR-4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Property Manager dated 
1989 03 06 re: Ministry of Transportation - 
Permission to Construct, be received, and; 


THAT the Ministry of Transportation be granted 
permission to enter Lot 1, Concession 1, E.H.S. for 
the widening and reconstruction of the Etobicoke 
Creek Bridge on Highway 7, subject to review of the 
drawings for the pedestrian walkway, and; 


THAT staff be instructed to execute the appropriate 
documents granting the permission to enter for 
construction purposes, and; 


THAT staff be authorized to approve the 
reconstruction plans for the entrance to Dunfries 
Park and execute the appropriate documents. 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 03 08 RE PART LOT 
EXEMPTION, W. J. FENTON - WARD 5 LOT 29, PLAN 
(BY-LAW 59-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 
03 08 re: Part Lot Control Exemption, W. J. Fenton 
- Ward 5, Lot 29, Plan BR-4, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve of the request for Part Lot 


Control exemption, and; 


THAT By-law 59-89 be enacted being a by-law to 
prevent the application of part lot control to part 
of Lot 29, Plan BR-4 (W. J. Fenton). 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
O03 06 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW PART OF LOT 5, 


CONCESSION 25 Biel Sit) WARD 3, FOREST LAWN 


DEVELOPMENTS (BY-LAWS 61-89, 62-89 AND 63-89) . 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 03 06 re: Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law, Part of 
Lot 5, Concession 2, E.H.S., Ward 3, Forest Lawn 
Developments, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
execute By-law 61-89 being a by-law to authorize 
the execution of an agreement between Forest Lawn 
Developments Ltd., The Corporation of the City of 
Brampton, The Regional Municipality of Peel and The 
Canada Trust Company, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 62-89 being a by-law to 
adopt Amendment Number 158 and Amendment Number 
158A to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 63-89 to amend By-law 
200-82, as amended, (Part of Lot 5, Concession 2, 
E.H.S.), and; 


THAT in accordance with Section 34(16) of the 
Planning Act, 1983, Council hereby determines that 
no further public notice is to be given in respect 
of the proposed by-law. 


ra F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS DATED 1989 03 07 
RE: SIGNING OF WEXFORD ROAD AND TREMBLAY STREET 
ON HIGHWAY 10. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from Commissioner of Public Works 
dated 1989 03 O7 re: Signing of Wexford Road and 
Tremblay Street on Highway 10, be received, and; 


THAT Council confirm the official names of the 
following streets for advance street name signs on 
Highway 10 as: 


WEXFORD ROAD 
TREMBLAY STREET 


* F 7. ASSISTANT CLERR DATED 1989 03 09 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION 743820 ONTARIO LIMITED - 
WARD 4 ASHLEY OAKS HOMES; BLOCKS 196 AND 213 
ALL INCLUSIVE ON REGISTERED PLAN 43M-841 (BY-LAW 
69-89). 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 
03 09 re: Part Lot Control Exemption, 743820 
Ontario Limited - Ward 4, (Ashley Oaks Homes), 
Blocks 196 and 213, all inclusive on Registered 
Plan 43M-841, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve the request for Part Lot 
Control exemption, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 69-89 being a by-law to 


prevent the application of 
of Registered Plan 43 
Limited). 


part lot control to part 
M-841 (743820 Ontario 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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F 8. 


DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 03 03 RE: 


McALLISTER INDUSTRIES LIMITED, 1555 CLARK BOULEVARD, 
LIFTING OF ONE FOOT RESERVE (BY-LAW 70-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the 
dated 1989 03 03 re: 
1555 Clark Boulevard, 
be received, and; 


aa ae 


THAT Council enact By-law 


report from the 


Deputy City Solicitor 


McAllister Industries Limited, 


ing of one foot reserve, 


70-89 being a by-law to 


authorize the conveyance to McAllister Industries 


Limited of the part of Block NN, Plan 977, 
designated as parts 2 and 3 on reference plan 
43R-16537, for a purchase price of $2.00. 


lz 


HELEN MacRAE, CITY CLERK AND DIRECTOR OF 


ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, CITY OF BURLINGTON DATED 
1989 02 28 RE: PENSION PLAN MEMBERSHIP FOR ELECTED 
OFFICIALS. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the correspondence from Helen MacRae, City 
Clerk and Director of Administrative Services, City 


PE ag 


of Burlington dated 1989 


Membership for Elected Officials, 


02 28 re: Pension Plan 


be received and 


ENDORSED. 
5 I 2. COUNCILLOR FRANK RUSSELL, BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
BRAMPTON SPORTS HALL OF FAME DATED 1989 03 07 

RE: CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS AS GOVERNORS OF 
THE BRAMPTON SPORTS HALL OF FAME - TERM JANUARY 
1ST, 1989 TO DECEMBER 31, 1991. 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the correspondence from Councillor Frank 
Russell, Board of Governors, Brampton Sports Hall 
of Fame dated 1989 03 O7 re: Confirmation of 
Appointments as Governors of the Brampton Sports 
Hall of Fame - term January Ist, 1989 to December 
31, 1991, be received, and; 
THAT Council endorse the appointment of the 
following persons as Governors of the Brampton 
Sports Hall of Fame for a period of three years to 
correspond to the term of the present Council: 

Mr. Ken Giles, Chairman 

Mr. Everett Coates 

Mr. John MacRae 

Mr. Jim McCurry 

Mr. Jim Miller 

Mr. Harvey Newlove 

Councillor Frank Russell 

a I 3. HON. JOHN MCDERMID, M.P. DATED 1989 02 22 RE: 


CONCERNS OVER TRAIN SPEED. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Hon. John McDermid, 
M.P. dated 1989 02 22 re: Concerns Over Train 
Speed, be received. 

CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

DATED 1989 02 24 RE: APPEAL BY KRISENDATH AND 
SALISHA MAHARIJ FROM A DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE OF 
ADJUSTMENT - A175/88 - 8 METZAK COURT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 02 24 
re: Appeal by Krisendath and Salisha Maharij from a 
decision of the Committee of Adjustment - A175/88 - 
8 Metzak Court, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
of Brampton's position. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

DATED 1989 03 02 RE: APPEAL BY MARGARET STOREY 
FROM A DECISION OF THE COMMITTER OF ADJUSTMENT - 
A187/88 - LOT 4 PLAN 310. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 03 02 
re: Appeal by Margaret Storey from a decision of 
the Committee of Adjustment - A187/88 - Lot 4, Plan 
310, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
of Brampton's position. 


G. W. SPENCER, CHAIRMAN-WALKATHON, GRAND LODGE, A. 

J. & A. M. OF CANADA DATED 1989 02 28 RE: 
REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO HOLD A  WALKATHON IN 
BRAMPTON TO RAISE FUNDS FOR "THE FIGHT AGAINST DRUG 
ABUSE IN SCHOOLS". 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from G. W. Spencer, 
ChairmanWalkathon, Grand Lodge, A. J. & A. M. of 
Canada dated 1989 02 28 re: Request for approval to 
hold a Walkathon in Brampton to raise funds for 
"The Fight Against Drug Abuse In Schools", be 
received, and; 


THAT Council endors the request to hold a 
Walkathon on May 27th, 1989 in Brampton subject to 
approval being received from the Public Works 
Department. 


NANCY LUMB, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BRAMPTON BOARD OF 

TRADE DATED 1989 03 03 RE: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF 
BRAMPTON BOARD OF TRADE TO SIT ON COMMITTEE FOR NEW 
SIGN BY-LAW. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Nancy Lumb, Executive 
Director, Brampton Board of Trade dated 1989 03 03 
re: Acknowledgement of Brampton Board of Trade to 
sit on the Committee for a new Sign By-law, be 
received. 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


ARMAN GARAKANIAN, PROJECT SUPERVISOR ENSR 


OPERATIONS, LTD. DATED 1989 02 03 RE: MOBILE PCB 
DESTRUCTION FOR FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA 


T10. 


Till 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Arman Garakanian, 
Project Supervisor, ENSR Operations, Ltd. dated 
1989 02 03 re: Mobile PCB Destruction for Ford 
Motor Company of Canada, be received, and; 


THAT the City of Brampton has no objection to the 
issuance of a Site Specific Certificate of Approval 
to ENSR Operations Ltd. to perform PCB 
decontamination at Ford Motor Company of Canada 
Limited located in Bramalea. 


DOUG BIRD, PRESIDENT, BRAMPTON ARTS COUNCIL DATED 
1989 03 08 RE: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF $49,100.00 
GRANT FROM THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Doug Bird, President, 
Brampton Arts Council dated 1989 03 08 re: 
Acknowledgement of $49,100.00 Grant from the City 
of Brampton, be received. 


SANDRA L. HOFFMAN, DONALD H. MORRIS, CLUB 404 


BRAMPTON DATED 1989 03 10 RE: CLUB 404 PARKING. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Sandra L. Hoffman and 
Donald H. Morris, Club 404 Brampton dated 1989 03 
10 re: Club 404 Parking, be received. 


MESSAGE FROM CHATRMAN BEAN'S OFFICE INVITING ALL 


COUNCIL MEMBERS TO THE FOLLOWING: 


Ni. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the message from Chairman Bean's Office 
inviting all City Council Members to a function on 
Tuesday, March 14, 1989 at 10:00 a.m. in the 
Auditorium of the Ontario Science Centre concerning 
the future of SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT in the G.T.A., 
be received. 


CONTRACT 89-07 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 


BACKSTOPS AND OUTFIELD FENCING. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-07 - Supply and Installation of 
Backstops and Outfield Fencing be awarded to Lundy 
Fence Division/Ivaco Inc., in the total amount of 
$105,757.59 (One Hundred & Five Thousand, Seven 
Hundred & Fifty Seven Dollars & Fifty Nine Cents) 
being the lowest acceptable bid received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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E. DELEGATIONS 


E 


1. 


JUDITH E. HENDY RE: REZONING APPLICATION AT 280 
MAIN STREET NORTH. BRAMPTON, LOT 10, PLAN C88, 
TOM AND JUDY HENDY REZONING. 


Mrs. Hends was in attendance but did not address 


Council. 


C128-89 


BE 2. 


Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the delegation from Judith E. Hendy re: 
Rezoning Application at 280 Main Street North, 
Brampton, Lot 10, Plan C88, Tom and Judy Hendy 
Rezoning, be received, and; 


Subject to the approval of the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development, that any exterior 
lighting should be installed so as to not intrude 
on abutting properties. 


CARRIED 


ROBERT A. FILKIN RE: PROFESSOR'S LAKE RESIDENTS 


ASSOCIATION, BRAMALEA LIMITED. 


C129-89 


FOLLOWS : 


F 


C130-89 


9 


Mr. Filkin submitted a brief from the Professors 
Lake Residents Association and requested Council to 
refuse the application. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the delegation from Robert A. Filkin re: 
Professor's Lake Residents Association, Bramalea 
Limited, be received, and; 


THAT the report dated March 10, 1989 from Michael 
Hogan, P. Eng. and Michael Lostracco, P. Eng, be 
referred to staff for analysis and their 
recommendations to the April 17th, 1989 Planning 
Committee. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT ITEM F 9 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
03 09 RE: PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 9, CONCESSION 5, 
E.H.S., NORTH PARK DRIVE, WARD 11 BRAMALEA LIMITED. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT this item be referred to April 17th, 1989 


Planning Committee meeting. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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Bi REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 

* F 1. PROPERTY MANAGER DATED 1989 03 06 RE: MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION - PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS DATED 1989 02 31 RE: 


MONTHLY REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 1989. 


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C131-89 
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F 6 
C132-89 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works dated 1989 02 31 re: Monthly Report for 
February 1989, be received. 


CARRIED 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 03 08 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, W. J. FENTON - WARD 5, LOT 
29 PLAN BR-4 (BY-LAW 59-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


COMMISSONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
03 06 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 


2, E.H.S., WARD 3 FOREST LAWN DEVELOPMENTS (BY-LAWS 
61-89, 62-89 AND 63-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS DATED 1989 03 O07 RE: 


SIGNING OF WEXFORD ROAD AND TREMBLAY STREET ON 
HIGHWAY 10 . 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02. 28 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF EAST HALF 
OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 5, W.H.S., FORMER TOWNSHIP OF 
CHINGUACOUSY, SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY NUMBER 7 
AND MISSISSAUGA ROAD, WARD 6, CALLDRON GAS _ BAR 
(BY-LAWS 64-89, 65-89 AND 66-89). 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 02 28 re: Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law, Part of 
east half of Lot 10, Concession 5, W.H.S., former 
township of Chinguacousy, south-west corner of 
Highway Number 7 and Mississauga Road, Ward 6, 
Calldron Gas Bar, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
execute By-law 64-89 being a by-law to authorize 
the enactment of an agreement between Calldron Gas 
Bars Ltd., in trust, The Corporation of the City of 
Brampton, The Regional Municipality of Peel and 
Proplan Limited, and; 


* F 8. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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THAT Council enact By-law 65-89 being a by-law to 
adopt Amendment Number 159 to the Official Plan of 
the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 66-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861, (part of Lot 10, Concession 5, 
W.H.S. geographic Township of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 67-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88, (part of Lot 10, Concession 5, 
W.H.S. in the geographic Township of Chinguacousy), 
and; 


THAT Council determines that further public notice 
with respect to the proposed amendment and by-law 
is not required in accordance with Section 34(16) 
of the Planning Act 1983. 


CARRIED 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 03 09 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION 743820 ONTARIO LIMITED - 
WARD 4 ASHLEY OAKS HOMES BLOCKS 196 AND 213 
ALL INCLUSIVE ON REGISTERED PLAN 43M-841 (BY-LAW 
69-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 03 03 RE: 


McALLISTER INDUSTRIES LIMITED, 1555 CLARK BOULEVARD 


LIFTING OF ONE FOOT RESERVE (BY-LAW 70-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


F 9. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
03 09 RE: PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THR OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 9, CONCESSION 5, E.H.S., 
NORTH PARK DRIVE, WARD 11, BRAMALEFA LIMITED. 
DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION ITEM E 2. 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
G 1. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION _AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 03 06. 
C133-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Administration and Finance 
Committee dated 1989 03 06, be approved as printed 
and circulated after extracting Item AF027-89, 

Part D. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AFO27-89, PART D, AND DEALT WITH 
IT AS FOLLOWS: 


AF027-89 
1989 


CHATRMAN, BRAMPTON MUNDIALIZATION COMMITTEE DATED 


03 03 RE: COMMITTEE AGENDA FOR 1989. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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RECOMMENDATION (D) 


"THAT a maximum of 3 Council members be allowed to 
go on any convention outside of the Province of 
Ontario and any variance to this policy be brought 
before Council on an individual basis. Any 
arrangements for conventions arranged prior to 
approval of this resolution by Council not be 
affected." 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE 


MOTION "CARRIED" 7 YEAS, 6 NAYS AND 4 ABSENT, AS 
FOLLOWS : 
IN FAVOUR OPPOSED 
ABSENT 


Alderman Gibson Alderman Fennell Alderman 
Bissell 
Alderman Palleschi Alderman Miles Alderman Metzak 
Councillor Andrews Alderman Beisel Councillor Russell 
Councillor Carter Councillor Robertson Mayor Whillans 
Councillor Begley Alderman Hutton 
A 


Alderman DiMarco 


lderman Ludlow 


Alderman Sprovieri 


08. 


REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 03 


ALDERMAN  BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM P048-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND 
VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee dated 
03 06, be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the report from the Public Works Committee 
dated 1989 03 08. be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 


COMMITTEE DATED 1989 03 08. 


G 2. 
06. 
C134-89 

1989 

G 3 
03 
C135-89 

G 4. 
C136-89 


ALDERMAN LUDLOW DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM BBO26-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 
AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded bv Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Building and Bylaw 
Enforcement Committee dated 1989 03 08, be approved 
as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


Sa, So 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 

I. CORRES PONDENCE 

* I 1. HELEN MacRAE, CITY CLERK AND DIRECTOR OF 


ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, CITY OF BURLINGTON DATED 


1989 


02 28 RE: PENSTON PLAN MEMBERSHIP FOR ELECTED 


OFFICIALS. 


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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


COUNCILLOR FRANK RUSSELL, BOARD OF GOVERNORS, 
BRAMPTON SPORTS HALL OF FAME DATED 1989 03 O07 
RE: CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS AS  COVERNORS OF 
THE BRAMPTON SPORTS HALL OF FAME - TERM JANUARY 
1ST, 1989 TO DECEMBER 31, 1991. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


HON. JOHN McDERMID, M.P. DATED 1989 02 22 RE:- 


CONCERNS OVER TRAIN SPEED. 


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C137-89 
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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


R. S. GILLESPIE, CITY CLERK, CITY OF ETOBICOKE 
DATED 1989 02 22 RE: AFTER HOUR LANDING 
VIOLATIONS AT PEARSON INTERNATIONAL ATRPORT. 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from R.S. Gillespie, City 
Clerk, City of Etobicoke dated 1989 02 22 re: After 
hour landing violations at Pearson International 
Airport, be received. 


CARRIED 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

DATED 1989 02 24 RE- APPEAL BY KRISENDATH AND 
SALISHA MAHARIJ FROM A DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE OF 
ADJUSTMENT - A175/88 - 8 METZAK COURT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

DATED 1989 03 02 RE: APPEAL BY MARGARET STOREY 
FROM A DECISION OF THE COMMITTER OF ADJUSTMENT - 
A187/88 - LOT 4, PLAN 310. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


G. W. SPENCER, CHAIRMAN-WALKATHON, GRAND LODGE, A. 

J. & A M. OF CANADA DATED 1989 02 28 RE: 
REQUEST FOR  APPROVAT. TO HOLD A WALKATHON IN 
BRAMPTON TO RAISE FUNDS FOR "THE FIGHT AGAINST DRUG 
ABUSE IN SCHOOLS". 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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NANCY LUMB, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BRAMPTON BOARD OF 
TRADE DATED 1989 03 03 RE: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF 

BRAMPTON BOARD OF TRADE TO SIT ON COMMITTEE FOR NEW 

SIGN BY-LAW. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


ARMAN GARAKANIAN, PROJECT SUPERVISOR, ENSR 


OPERATIONS, LTD. DATED 1989 02 03 RE: MOBILE PCB 


DESTRUCTION FOR 


% EXO: 


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Hy 


ORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


DOUG BIRD, PRESIDENT, BRAMPTON ARTS COUNCIL DATED 
1989 03 08 RE: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF $49,100.00 
GRANT FROM THE CITY OF BRAMPTON. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


SANDRA L. HOFFMAN, DONALD H. MORRIS, CLUB 404 


BRAMPTON DATED 1989 03 10 RE: CLUB 404 PARKING. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 


Je RESOLUTIONS - NIL 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 
Tis PETITIONS - NIL 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
M 1. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 4, 


MEETING HELD 1989 02 16. 


C138-89 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 


Committee Ward 4, meeting held 1989 02 16, be 


received. 
CARRLED 
M 2. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 5, 
MEETING HELD 1989 02 21. 
C139-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee Ward 5 meeting held 1989 02 21, be 
received, and; 
THAT Item 3 under NEW BUSINESS be referred to 
staff. 


NEW BUSINESS 


"3. California Street is a one way street, and 
legally one lane, but drivers are using it as a two 
lane road and illegally turning left from the far 
right hand lane. The Alderman is to check on this 
intersection." 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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M 3. COUNCILLOR ERIC CARTER DATED 1989 03 09 RE: UPDATE 
REPORT ON THE CHINGUACOUSY HEALTH BOARD. 


Councillor Carter gave City Council a verbal report 
on the present status for the second Health Care 
facility in the City of Brampton. 


C140-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the correspondence from Councillor Eric Carter 
dated 1989 03 09 re: Update Report on _ the 
Chinguacousy Health Board. be received. 


CARRIED 


* M 4. MESSAGE FROM CHAIRMAN BEAN'S OFFICE INVITING ALL 
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS TO THE FOLLOWING: 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 
N. TENDERS 


i N 1. CONTRACT 89-07 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
BACKSTOPS AND OUTFIELD FENCING. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C127-89. 
N 2. CONTRACT 89-25 - SURFACE TREATMENT. 


C141-89 Moved by Alderman Mutton 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT Contract 89-25 - Surface Treatment be awarded 
to MSO Construction Limited in a revised amount not 
to exceed $125,000.00 (One Hundred & Twenty Five 
Thousand Dollars) being the only acceptable bid 
received, but not released until the type of stone 
is decided and the method of dust control is also 
addressed, and: 


THAT staff investigate the methods used in Caledon. 
CARRIED 


N 3. CONTRACT 89-08 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF VARIOUS 
SIZED TRUCKS. 


C142-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT Contract 89-08 - Supply and Delivery of 
Various Sized Trucks be awarded as folows: 


Part "A" - Seven (7) only 1/2 Ton Compact Pick Up 


trucks Part "C" - Five (5) only Dump Trucks, 10,000 
G.V.W., 8 cyl., four (4) door, 6 passenger, 
automatic 


to Airport Chevrolet Olds Inc., in the total-amount 
of $205,077.13 (Two Hundred & Five Thousand & 
Seventy Seven Dollars & Thirteen Cents). 


Part "B" - Three (3) only 3t4 ton Pick-up Trucks, 4 
X 4 drive, 8 cyl., automatic, c/w snow plows 


received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 03 13 


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to Don Robertson Chrysler-Dodge Ltd., in the total 
amount of $60,597.72 (Sixty Thousand, Five Hundred 
& Ninety Seven Dollars & Seventy Two Cents). 


Part "D" - One (1) only Dump Truck, 35,000 G.V.W. 
Diesel, automatic, c/w snow plow and wing and two 
way dump sander box 


to McCleave Truck Sales Limited in the total amount 
of S89.046.00 (HiRhty Nine Thousand & Forty Six 
Dollars). 


all of the above being the lowest acceptable bids 


FURTHER THAT the balance of monies allocated for 
the purchase of a "GRADALL BADGER" ($114,190.20) 
not be expended in other replacements without the 
prior approval of City Council. 


CARRIED 
OQ BY-LAWS 
C143-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 
CARRIED 


agre 


THAT By-laws 57-89 - 70-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 03 13 be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and 
signed by the Mavor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal 
affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


57-89To establish certain lands as part of Main 
Ctrnot North. 


58-89To authorize a Capital Expenditure in the 
amount of $14,600,000 for the acquisition 
and purchase of land for Brampton Hydro 
Electric Commission and the construction 
of a Municipal Substation. 


59-89To prevent the application of part lot 
control to part of Lot 29, Plan BR-4 (W. 
J. Fenton). 


60-89To prevent the application of part lot 
control to part of Registered Plans 
43M-815 and 43M-816 (Tanana Investments 
Limited). 


61-89To authorize the execution of an 


Ltd., 


ment between Forest Lawn Developments 
The Corporation of the City of 


Brampton, The Regional Municipality of 


Peel 


and The Canada Trust Company. 


62-89To Adopt Amendment Number 158 and 


Amendment Number 158A to the Official Plan 
of the City of Brampton Planning Area. 


63-89To amend By-law 200-82, as amended, (Part 


of Lot 5, Concession 2, E.H.S.) 


64-89To authorize the enactment of an agreement 
between Calldron Gas Bars Ltd., in trust, 
The Corporation of the City of Brampton, 
The Regional Municipality of Peel and 
Proplan Limited. 


13 


43M-841 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 


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65-89To 
Official 
Planning Area. 


66-89To amend By-law 861, 

Concession 5, W.H 
of Chinguacousy) . 
67-89To amend By-law 151-88 


Concession 5, W.H 


1989 03 


adopt Amendment Number 159 to the 
1 Plan of the City of Brampton 


(part of Lot 10, 


.S. geographic Township 


, (part of Lot 10, 


.S. in the geographic 


Township of Chinguacousy). 


68-89A by-law 
of signs. 


the applica 
to par 


69-89To prevent 
control 


(743820 Ontario L 


tion of part lot 


to regulate the use and erection 


t of 


Registered Plan 


TMA eG) 2 


70-89To authorize the conveyance of part of 


Block NN. Registe 


MATTERS. 


red Plan 977. 


"IN CAMERA" ITEM - PERSONNEL, PROPERTY AND LITIGATION 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 


COMMITTEE 


PERSONNE LPROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 
STAFF WERE 
CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF 


COMMITTEE 


OF THE WHOLE "IN 


OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" 


CAMERA" 
UPON 


TO DISCUSS 
MOVING OUT OF 
INSTRUCTED TO 
THE WHOLE "IN 


CAMERA" IN THE PERSONNEL, PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS... 
C144-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 
THAT By-law 71-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 03 13 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Cornorate Seal affixed 
thereto. 
CARRIED 
71-89To confirm the proceedings of Council 
meeting held 1989 03 13. 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 
C145-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 


Monday April 10th, 


Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT this Council 


Mayor. 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:47 P.M. 


do now adjourn to meet again on 
1989 or at the call of the 


CARRIED 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS 


MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 04 10 AT 

7:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 
CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennel 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 04 10. 


C146-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the Agenda for Council meeting dated 1989 04 
10, be approved as printed, circulated and 
amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 
ADD: 
EB. DELEGATION 
E 4. VICKIE BARRON RE: RAISING OF MARTIN'S BOULEVARD. 
DELETE: 


M. OTHER BUSINESS 


M2. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 3, 
MEETING HELD 198901 09 - DEALT WITH COUNCIL 
MEETING HELD 1989 02 27. 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


B 1. ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM CS042-89 - REPORT ON 
CHURCHVILLE CEMETERY - HE IS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD 
OF DIRECTORS OF THE CHURCHVILLE CEMETERY. 


B 2. MAYOR WHILLANS - "IN CAMERA" PERSONNEL MATTER - 
FAMILY MEMBER IS EMPLOYEE OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON. 


B 3. COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - "IN CAMERA" PROPERTY MATTER - 
HE RENTS AN OFFICE FROM OWNER WHO WILL BE SELLING 
LAND TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON AS IT RELATES TO THE 
NEW TRANSIT BUILDING. 


B 4. COUNCILLOR ROBERTSON - "IN CAMERA" PROPERTY MATTER 


- HAS INTEREST IN PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


ot 
C3 ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
0313. 
C147-89 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council 
Meeting held 1989 03 13, be approved as 
printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION: 


C148-89 


* Bod 
* F 3 
* F 4 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT Council hereby approves of the 
following items and that the various 
Officials of the Corporation are hereby 
authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 
contained: 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 03 16 RE: NOTICE OF PASSING OF BY-LAWS, CITY 
OF ETOBICOKE - BY-LAWS 1989-41 AND 1989-42. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 03 
16 re: Notice of Passing of By-laws, 
City of Etobicoke - By-laws 1989-41 and 
1989-42, be received, and; 


THAT Council does not object to the 
passing of By-laws 1989-41 and 1989-42 
by the City of Etobicoke. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 03 


28 RE: 1988 TRANSIT OPERATING SUBSIDY REQUEST FOR 
SUPPLEMENTARY ALLOCATION. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 02 28 re: 
1988 Transit Operating Subsidy Request 
for Supplementary Allocation, be 
received, and; 


THAT Staff be authorized to make 
application to the Ministry of 
Transportation Offices for a 
Supplementary Subsidy Allocation in the 
amount of $39,179.00 for the 1988 


m 


Transit Operating Assistance Programme. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 02 10 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 


BY-LAW, LOT 10, PLAN C-88, PART OF LOT 7, 
CONCESSION 1 E.H.S., WARD 5, TOM AND JUDY HENDY 
(BY-LAW 81-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 02 10 re: Application 
to amend the Zoning By-law, Lot 10, Plan C-88, 
Part of Lot 7, Concession 1, E.H.S., Ward 5, Tom 
and Judy Hendy, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of 
By-law 81-89 being a by-law to amend 
By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 7, Concession 
1, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* F 5 COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 04 RE: GROUP HOME POLICY REVIEW, PEEL 


MENTAL HEALTH HOUSING COALITION (BY-LAWS 82-89, 
83-89, 84-89, 85-89 AND 86-89). 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 04 
04 re: Group Home Policy Review, Peel 
Mental Health Housing Coalition, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 82-89 being a 
by-law to amend By-law 139-84 (former 


Town of Mississauga Comprehensive Zoning 
By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 83-89 being a 
by-law to amend By-law 861 (former 


Township of Chinguacousy Zoning By-law), 
and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 84-89 being a 
by-law to amend By-law 200-82 (former 


Town of Brampton Comprehensive Zoning 
By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 85-89 being a 
by-law to amend By-law 56-83 (former 


Township of Toronto Gore Comprehensive 
Zoning By-law), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 86-89 being a 
by-law to amend By-law 151-88 (former 


Township of Chinguacousy Comprehensive 
Zoning By-law). 


* I 3. ROBERT F. NIXON, TREASURER OF ONTARIO, MINISTRY OF 
TREASURY AND ECONOMICS DATED 1989 03 14 RE: 
UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS AND MUNICIPAL ROAD GRANTS. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Robert F. 
Nixon, Treasurer of Ontario, Ministry of 
Treasury and Economics dated 1989 03 14 
re: Unconditional Grants and Municipal 
Road Grants, be received. 


* I 4. JOE SADOWSKI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE CANADIAN 
TRIBUTE TO HUMAN RIGHTS DATED 1989 03 10 RE: PLEA 
FOR FUNDS. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Joe 
Sadowski, Executive Director, The 
Canadian tribute to Human Rights dated 
1989 03 10 re: Plea For Funds, be 


received. 
* I 6. DANIEL CROMBIE METROPOLITAN TORONTO CLERK, THE 


MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO DATED 1989 03 


Q2 RE: CLAUSE NO. 5. REPORT NO. 3 OF THE COMMUNITY 
SERVICES AND HOUSING COMMITTEE. RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Daniel 
Crombie, Metropolitan Toronto Clerk, The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 
dated 1989 03 02 re: Clause No. 5, 
Report No. 3 of The Community Services 
and Housing Committee, be received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


a Ay 
CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 
* I 9. MIKE BREAUGH, MPP, OSHAWA, CRITIC, MUNICIPAL. 


AFFAIRS NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY DATED 1989 03 30 RE: 
TREASURERS DECISION TO "FLATLINE" FINANCTAL 
SUPPORT TO MUNICIPALITIES. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Mike 
Breaugh, MPP, Oshawa, Critic, Municipal 
Affairs New Democratic Party dated 1989 
03 30 re: Treasurers decision to 
"Flatline" Financial Support to 
Municipalities, be received. 


* T11. HONOURABLE DAVID PETERSON PREMIER OF ONTARIO DATED 
1989 03 29 RE: RESPONSE TO CORRESPONDENCE ON LOT 
LEVIES. 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the 
Honourable David Peterson, Premier of 
Ontario dated 1989 03 29 re: Response to 
correspondence on Lot Levies, be 


received. 
* I13. R. S. GILLESPIE, CITY CLERK, CITY OF ETOBICOKE 


DATED 1989 03 14 RE: YOUNG OFFENDERS ACT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from R. S. 
Gillespie, City Clerk, City of Etobicoke 
dated 1989 03 14 re: Young Offenders 
Act, be received, and; 


THAT this correspondence be referred to 
staff for discussion and consideration 
during the meeting to take place with 
the Peel Regional Police in regard to 
this subject matter. 


* M16. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 03 13. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from The Board 
of Management, Downtown Brampton 
Business Improvement Area Minutes from 


the meeting held 1989 03 13, be 
received. 
* N 1. CONTRACT 89-12 - TYPESETTING AND PRINTING OF PARKS 


AND RECREATION BROCHURES. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-12 - Typesetting and 
Printing of Parks and Recreation 
Brochures, be awarded to Metroland 
Printing, Publishing & Distributing, 
Harlequin Enterprises Limited, in the 


total amount of $127,619.15 (One Hundred 
& Twenty Seven Thousand, Six Hundred & 
Nineteen Dollars & Fifteen Cents) being 
the lowest acceptable bid received. 


CONTRACT 89-11 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ONE (1 
ONLY MOTOR GRADER. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT CONTRACT 89-11 - Supply and 
Delivery of One (1) Only Motor Grader, 
be awarded to Champion Road Machinery 
Sales Ltd., in the total amount of 
$116,532.00 (One Hundred & Sixteen 
Thousand, Five Hundred & Thirty Two 
Dollars) which includes the trade in of 
the City's 1978 Motor Grader, being the 
lowest acceptable bid received, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be directed to return 
the trade-in allowance of $31,320.00 to 
the Vehicle/Equipment Replacement 
Reserve (Res. #29). 


* N 3. CONTRACT 89-09 - SUPPLY OF HOT MIX ASPHALT. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT CONTRACT 89-09 - Supply of Hot Mix 
Asphalt, be awarded to Armbro Materials 
& Construction Ltd., at the unit prices 
tendered in a revised amount not to 
exceed $315,000.00 (Three Hundred & 
Fifteen Thousand, Dollars) being the 
lowest acceptable bid received, and; 


THAT quantities will be reduced to stay 
within the approved budget. 


* N 4. CONTRACT 89-21 - MISCELLANEOUS CURB AND SIDEWALK 
REPAIR. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT CONTRACT 89-21 - Miscellaneous Curb 
and Sidewalk Repair, be awarded to D. & 
R. Ventura General Construction - 
Limited in a revised amount not to 
exceed $152,500.00 One Hundred & Fifty 
Two Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars), 
being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 


* N 5. CONTRACT 89-24 - ASPHALT OVERLAY. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT CONTRACT 89-24 - Asphalt Overlay, 
be awarded to Ontario Paving Company 
Limited in a revised amount not to 
exceed $1,200,000.00 (One Million, Two 
Hundred Thousand Dollars), being the 
lowest acceptable bid received. 


* N 6. CONTRACT 89-100 - RECONSTRUCTION OF JOHN STREET, 
MARY STREET, ARMSTRONG STREET AND BEATTY AVE. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT CONTRACT 89-100 - Reconstruction of 
John Street, Mary Street, Armstrong 


Street and Beatty Ave., be awarded to 
Ontario Paving Company Limited in the 
total amount of $605,545.10 (Six Hundred 
& Five Thousand, Five Hundred & Forty 
Five Dollars & Ten Cents) being the 
lowest acceptable bid received. 


FURTHER THAT this Contract be awarded 
ubject to approval by the Council of 
he Regional Municipality of Peel an 
mount included in the above-mentioned 
mount is an amount of $184,313.60 (One 
undred & Eighty Four Thousand, Three 
undred & Thirteen Dollars & Sixty 
Cents) for the installation of 
Watermains and Sanitary Sewers. 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 

* N 7. CONTRACT 89-101 - RECONSTRUCTION OF RAILROAD 
STREET, MOORE STREET, ELLEN STREET AND CHURCH 
STREET. 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT CONTRACT 89-101 - Reconstruction of 
Railroad Street, Moore Street, Ellen 
Street and Church Street, be awarded to 
Gerry Macera Contracting Limited in the 
revised total amount of $560,483.00 
( 
H 


Five Hundred & Sixty Thousand, Four 
undred & Eighty Three Dollars) being 
the lowest acceptable bid received. 


FURTHER THAT this Contract be awarded 
subject to approval by the Council of 
the Regional Municipality of Peel an 
amount included in the above-mentioned 
amount is an amount of $41,975.00 (Forty 
One Thousand, Nine Hundred & Seventy 
Five Dollars) for the installation of 
Watermains and Sanitary Sewers, and; 


FURTHER THAT Church Street be deleted 
from Contract 89-101 thus reducing the 
tender by approximately $47,000.00. 


CARRIED 
E. DELEGATIONS 
E 1. PRESENTATION TO WINNERS OF THE PRIMARY SCHOOL 


POSTER AND ESSAY CONTEST RE: BRAMPTON CLEAN CITY 
WEEK. 


Mayor Kenneth G. Whillans presented 
awards to the winners of the Primary 
School Poster and Essay Contest for the 
Brampton Clean City Week event. 


BE 2. G. W. SPENCER RE: TORONTO DISTRICT #1 MASONIC 
WALKATHON MAY 27TH, 1989, TO HELP STAMP OUT DRUG 
ABUSE AMONGST OUR YOUNG PEOPLE. 


Mr. Spencer addressed Council outlining 
the Masonic Walkathon which proceeds 
therefrom would help stamp out drug 
abuse amongst our young people. 


C149-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the delegation from G. W. Spencer 
re: Toronto District #1 Masonic 
Walkathon, May 27th, 1989, to help stamp 
out drug abuse amongst our young people, 
be received. 


CARRIED 
E 3. STEVEN J. COSTIC RE: CARABRAM AND BRAMPTON TRANSIT. 


Mr. Cosic addressed Council outlining 


C150-89 


Carabram's concern for busing during 
this very important event in the City. 
Moved by Alderman Palleschi 

Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the delegation from Steven J. Cosic 
re: Carabram and Brampton Transit, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM CS041 - 89 AND DEALT WITH 


IT AS FOLLOWS: 


CS041-89 


REQUEST FOR FREE BUS SERVICE TO TRANSPORT 
PASSENGERS DURING CARABRAM 


"THAT the report dated 1989 03 30 re: Request for 
free bus service to transport passengers during 
Carabram be received and; 


THAT the request for the City of 
Brampton to provide free bus service to 
transport passengers between pavilions 
during Carabram not be granted." 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 


"CARRIED", 12 YEAS, 5 NAYS AND 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


Alderman Gibson A 
Alderman Fennell A 
Alderman Palleschi Councillor Russell 
Councillor Andrews M 
Alderman Metzak A 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


lderman Bissell 


lderman Miles 


ayor Whillans 
lderman Hutton 


Councillor Carter 


Alderman Beisel 


Councillor Begley 
Councillor Robertson 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Ludlow 


E 


C151-89 


4, 


VICKIE BARRON RE: RAISING OF MARTIN'S BOULEVARD 


Ms. Barron, General Manager of the Credit Valley 
Conservation Authority, addressed Council 
regarding the berm required to complete the 
raising of Martin's Boulevard, she concluded this 
change is needed for the overall project to 
proceed in 1989. 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the delegation from Vickie Barron 
re: Raising of Martin's Boulevard, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD THE FOLLOWING ITEM AT THIS 


TIME: 


M1 


C152-89 


8. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON HAS REQUESTED THAT THE MATTER OF 
RAISING MARTIN'S BOULEVARD BE PLACED ON THE AGENDA 
FOR DISCUSSION (SEE MEMO DATED 1989 04 05 FROM THE 
DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS) . 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the correspondence from the 
Director of Maintenance and Operations 
dated 1989 04 06 re: Raising Martin's 
Boulevard, be received, and; 


THAT an additional $30,000.00 be 
provided to finish the project properly. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


- @ 
F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
* F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 03 16 RE: NOTICE OF PASSING OF BY-LAWS, CITY 
OF ETOBICOKE - BY-LAWS 1989-41 AND 1989-42. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 03 14 RE: BRAMPTON TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM, 
COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE AND SPARES. 


C153-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Building dated 1989 03 
14 re: Brampton Traffic Control System, 
Communications Hardware and Spares, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council permanently waive the 
$50,000.00 public tender limit for 
Brampton Traffic Control System - 
Communications Hardware and Spares with 
the provision that appropriate funds are 
budgeted, and; 


FURTHER THAT Council authorize the 
Manager of Supply and Services to 
proceed, as and when necessary, with the 
issuance of purchase orders for 
communication and ancillary hardware for 
the traffic control system. 


LOST 


COUNCIL RE-INTRODUCED THE AFOREMENTIONED MOTION, AS 
AMENDED: 


C154-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Building dated 1989 03 
14 re: Brampton Traffic Control System, 
Communications Hardware and Spares, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council waive the $50,000.00 public 
tender limit for Brampton Traffic 
Control System - Communications Hardware 
and Spares with the provision that 
appropriate funds are budgeted, and; 


FURTHER THAT Council authorize the 
Manager of Supply and Services to 
proceed, as and when necessary, with the 
issuance of purchase orders for 
communication and ancillary hardware for 
the traffic control system. 


CARRIED 


* F 3. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 02 
28 RE:1988 TRANSIT OPERATING SUBSIDY REQUEST FOR 


SUPPLEMENTARY ALLOCATION. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148 - 89 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 02 10 RE- APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW LOT 10 PLAN C-88, PART OF LOT 7, CONCESSION 
1, E.H.S., WARD 5, TOM AND JUDY HENDY ( BY - LAW 
BL. = 89 je. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


C155-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


C156-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


G. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 04 RE: GROUP HOME POLICY REVIEW, PEEL 


MENTAL HEALTH HOUSING COALITION (BY-LAWS 82-89, 
83-89, 84-89, 85-89 AND 86-89). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


F 6. CHAIRMAN, CONSULTANT SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 03 17 RE: ROAD NEEDS STUDY UPDATE. 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Chairman, 
Consultant Selection Committee dated 
1989 03 17 re: Road Needs Study Update, 
be received, and; 


THAT McCormick, Rankin, Consulting 
Engineers, be retained to provide a 
major update to the Road Needs Study at 
a cost not to exceed $45,700.00. 


CARRIED 


F 7. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 04 
04 RE: CONTRACT 89-06 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UP 
TO NINE (9) ONLY 40 FOOT DIESEL TRANSIT BUSES. 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 04 04 re: 
Contract 89-06 - Supply and Delivery of 
up to nine (9) only 40 foot Diesel 
Transit Buses, be received, and; 


THAT Contract 89-06 - Supply and 
Delivery of up to nine (9) only 40 foot 
Diesel Transit Buses, be awarded to 
Ontario Bus Industries Inc., in the 
total amount of $1,645,722.36 (One 
Million, Six Hundred & Forty Five 
Thousand, Seven Hundred & Twenty Two 
Dollars & Thirty Six Cents) for nine (9) 
only buses including the kneeling system 
being the lowest acceptable bid 
received, and; 


THAT the report from the Director of 
Transit dated 1989 02 23 re: Tender for 
9 - 40' Buses, be received, and; 


THAT a purchase order in the amount of 
$1,645,722.36 for 9 - 40' buses be 
immediately issued to Ontario Bus 


Industries, and; 


THAT the option of a "kneeling" feature be 
included in this purchase order. 


CARRIED 


COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gide 


C157-89 


REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 04 03. 

Moved by Alderman Beisel 

Seconded bv Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the Administration 
and Finance Committee dated 1989 04 03, 
be approved as printed and circulated, 
as amended. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


= IO oes 
AMENDMENTS : 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AF0O28-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


AF028-89 GRANT POLICY 


"THAT the matter be deferred to the April 10th, 
1989 meeting of City Council." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C158-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT this matter be referred to the 
Chief Administrative Officer fora 
report to the the next Administration 
and Finance Committee meeting to be held 
April 26th, 1989. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AF033-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


AF033-89 CASTLEMORE EXCHANGE 


"THAT the matter be deferred to the April 10th, 
1989 meeting of City Council." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C159-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the Clerk write immediately to CRTC 
and the Bell to confirm this City's 
position to have the Castlemore Exchange 
have the same calling area as the City 
of Brampton. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AF0Q35-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


AF035-89 JOHNSON CONTROLS LIMITED - CONTRACT 81-48 SECTION 
"A" PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND CONTRACT 81-48 
SECTION "B" ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, 


"THAT the report re Johnson Controls 
Limited - Contract 81-48 Section "A" 
Preventative Maintenance and Contract 
81-48 Section "B" Energy Management 
System, be received, and; 


THAT Contract 81-48 Section "A" 
Preventative Maintenance and Section "B" 
Energy Management System be extended 
with Johnson Controls from March 1, 1989 
to April 30th, 1990, and; 


THAT a new base year be established to 
more accurately reflect the electrical 
load growth within the complex. 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C160-89 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT this matter be deferred to 


the next 


Administration and Finance Committee 


meeting to be held 1989 04 26. 


CARRIED 


C161-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 04 03. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF 
INTEREST WITH ITEM CS042-89 AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON 
THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the Community 
Services Committee dated 1989 04 03 be 
approved as Printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 
Ti. CORRES PONDENCE 
I 1. BRIAN W. KNOTT, SOLICITOR/CLERK, THE CORPORATION 


C162-89 


OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM DATED 1989 03 22 RE: 
PROPOSED BILL 187 - THE TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
QF COURT SECURITY FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO TO 
LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES. 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from Brian W. 
Knott, Solicrtor/Cléerk,. The Corporation 
of the City of Chatham dated 1989 03 22 
re: Proposed Bill 187 - The transfer of 
responsibility of Court Security from 
the Province of Ontario to Local 
Municipalities, be received and 
ENDORSED. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING MOTION: 


C163-89 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the City of Brampton strike a 
Committee comprised of Municipal and 
Regional Councillors and staff to: 


a) Monitor legislation proposed by other levels 
of government to determine the impact it will 
have on the municipality 


b) When necessary, the Committee will prepare a 

report with recommendations and present it to 
Council so that all members will have the 
benefit of research to ensure that Council 
takes a stand that is in the best interests 


of the City of Brampton 


Cc) When necessary a delegate of the Committee 
will represent the views of Brampton City 
Council at the appropriate level of 
government. 


C104-89 


CARRIED 


C. LLOYD DOBSON, CHATRMAN, PEEL DISTRICT HEALTH 
COUNCIL DATED 1989 03 23 RE: CHINGUACOUSY HEALTH 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the correspondence from C. Lloyd 
Dobson, Chairman, Peel District Health 
Council dated 1989 03 23 re: 
Chinguacousy Health Services Centre, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


C165-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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ROBERT F. NIXON, TREASURER OF ONTARIO, MINISTRY OF 
TREASURY AND ECONOMICS DATED 1989 03 14 RE: 
UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS AND MUNICIPAL ROAD GRANTS. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


JOE SADOWSKI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE CANADIAN 
TRIBUTE TO HUMAN RIGHTS DATED 1989 03 10 RE: PLEA 
FOR FUNDS. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


JERAD P. NADIN, PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR, ENSR 
OPERATIONS, LTD. DATED 1989 03 10 RE: PCB 
DECONTAMINATION AT BRAMPTON HYDRO ELECTRIC. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the correspondence from Jerad P. Nadin, 
Project Co-ordinator, ENSR Operations, Ltd. dated 
1989 03 10 re: PCB Decontamination at Brampton 
Hydro Electric, be received. and; 


THAT the City of Brampton inform the Ministry of 
the Environment that it does not have any concerns 
regarding this project subject to all proper 
precautions being taken and all regulations met. 


CARRIED 


DANIEL , CROMBIE, METROPOLITAN TORONTO CLERK, THE 
MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO DATED 1989 03 
Q2 RE: CLAUSE NO. 5, REPORT NO.3 OF THE COMMUNITY 
SERVICES AND HOUSING COMMITTEE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


BOB GREYELL, SITING TASK FORCE, LOW LEVEL 


C166-89 


C167-89 


RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT DATED 1989 03 O7 RE: 
REQUEST FOR TWO COUNCIL MEMBERS OR STAFF MEMBERS 
TO ATTEND ONE OF THE REGIONAL INFORMATION 
SESSIONS. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the correspondence from Bob Greyell, Siting 
Task Force, Low Level Radioactive Waste Management 
dated 1989 03 07 re: Request for two Council 
Members or Staff Members to attend one of the 
Regional Information Sessions, be received, and; 


THAT those interested advise the Commissioner of 
Public Works to make the necessary arrangements. 


CARRIED 


R. S. GILLESPIE, CITY CLERK, CITY OF ETOBICOKE 
DATED 1989 03 06 RE: PEARSON INTERNATIONAL ATRPORT 
- HOURS OF OPERATION AND PROPOSED NEW RUNWAY. 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from R. S. Gillespie, City 


Clerk, City of Etobicoke dated 1989 03 06 re: 
Pearson International Airport - Hours of Operation 
and Proposed New Runway, be received. 


CARRIED 


110. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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MIKE BREAUGH, MPP, OSHAWA, CRITIC, MUNICIPAL 

AFFAIRS NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY DATED 1989 03 30 
RE: TREASURERS DECISION TO "FLATLINE' FINANCIAL 
SUPPORT TO MUNICIPALITIES. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


C168-89 


T12. 


C1609-89 


GEORGE BECHTEL DATED 1989 03 13 RE: "END OF THE 
LINE FOR VIA RAIL?" 


Moved by Alderman Bisse] 
Seconded bv Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the correspondence from George Bechtel dated 
1989 03 13 re: "End of the line for VIA Rail?", be 
received, and; 


THAT a letter be sent to the Prime Minister's 
Office and the offices of John McDermid, M.P. and 
Harry Chadwick, M.P., relaying our opposition to 
the cut back in VIA Rail stressing the importance 
of rail service in Brampton and Canada. 


CARRIED 


HONOURABLE DAVID PETERSON, PREMIER OF ONTARIO 
DATED 1989 03 29 RE: RESPONSE TO CORRESPONDENCE ON 
LOT LEVIES. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


ROBERT ADCOCK, SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER, 
HALTON PEEL DISTRICT, MINISTRY OF THE 

ENVIRONMENT DATED 1989 03 17 RE: APPLICATION BY 

CHRYSLER CANADA LTD. FOR A WASTE PROCESSING SITE. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded bv Councillor Russell 


THAT the correspondence from Robert Adcock, Senior 
Environmental Officer, Halton Peel District, 
Ministry of the Environment dated 1989 03 17 re: 
Application by Chrysler Canada Ltd. for a Waste 


Processing Site, be received, and; 


THAT this matter be referred to the Regional 
Municipality of Peel. 


CARRIED 


R. S. GILLESPIE, CITY CLERK, CITY OF ETOBICOKE 
DATED 1989 03 14 RE: YOUNG OFFENDERS ACT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


J. RESOLUTIONS — NIL 


NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 


Ting PETITIONS - NIL 


Mil. 


OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES WARD 2, 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 02. 


C170-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 2, held 1989 03 02, be 
received, and; 


THAT the following items be referred to staff for 
Comment. 


Item 7 - New Business 
Bus Stop - Bovaird 


The bus stop in Ward 7 on the south side of 
Bovaird between Dixie Road and Highway 410 is very 
dark, as there are no lights and to the north is 
just a farm field. 


The Alderman asked the opinion of Committee as to 
whether buses should have pull off areas to take 
on and let off passengers, or is it too difficult 
for the bus to get back into traffic. The general 
concensus is that it is safer for passengers if 
the bus has a pull off area. 


Exit from Heart Lake Town Centre 

Signage is needed at A & P on to Conestoga as cars 
approach and are on the sidewalk before realizing 
Tt; 

Parking on Conestoga in the area of the schools 


At school dismissal times cars are double parked 
blocking fire hydrants and driveways 


Parking on Sparklett 


There are a few problems on Sparklett with people 
parking on the road and lawns. Residents have been 
asked and told, patrols have been stepped up but 
nothing seems to work. The Alderman and the 
Councillor are to ask for special consideration 
with Parking Control and get Sparklett on a 
priority list. 


Downtown Brampton 


Better quidelines on architectural concepts are 
needed. Church Street and Main Street have been 
poorly planned. There is no streetscape. 


It was moved by Dale Ward, seconded by Diana 
Collins 


"That Ward 2 C.A.C. request that City Council set 
a policy of strong control over architectural 
streetscaping guidelines redevelopment and renewal 
in the downtown core, specifically Main Street 
north and Queen Street, and; 


THAT this item is to be sent to the Strategic 
Planning Committee through to the Sub-Committee 
discussing Unity and Identity for the City of 
Brampton. 


C171-89 


C172-89 


C173-89 


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CARRIED 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 3, 


MEETING HELD 


1989 02 


09. 


DELETED AS DEALT WITH AT CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD 


1989 02 27. 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 3, 


MEETING HELD 


1989 03 


Moved by Alderman Fennel 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the minut 
Committee meet 


received, and; 


THAT the following It 
Mundialization Commit 


09. 


Item 9 - City Matters 


(a) China Trip 


"THAT it is suggest 


Orient. These 


of each participant being on the trip and to table 


the results as a matter of public record." 


j 


tes from the Citizens' 
ting for Ward 3, 


Advisory 


ted reports are completed by all 
Council members making the business trip to the 
reports are to state the objectives 


held 1989 03 09, be 


tem 9 motion be referred to 
ttee for consideration: 


CARRIE 


D 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES WARD 4, HELD 


1989 03 16. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the minut 
Committee meet 
received. 


tes from the Citizens' 
ting for Ward 4, 


CARRIE 


Advisory 


D 


held 1989 03 16, be 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 6, 


MEETING HELD 1989 02 08 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minut 
Committee meet 


received, and; 


THAT New Business Item 6(e) 


tes from th 
ting for Ward 6, 


e Citizens' 


to the Region of Peel for action. 


Advisory 


held 1989 02 08, be 


as follows be referred 


6(e) Road Improvements on Winston Churchill Road 


Alma Doane reported 


in poor condit 


updated to make it safer. Councillor 
t the Committee submit 


suggested that 
to the Region 


tion at 


asking 


that 


the 


Winston Chu 
401 exit an 


tha 


t major main 


done because of increased traffic. 


rcehill 
d shoul] 


Road is 
ld be 


Robertson 


a resol] 


lution 


tenance be 


RESOLUTION put forward by Alma Doane, seconded by 
Mary Garbutt: 


"Be it resolved that Winston Churchill Road be 
upgraded due to the increased traffic caused by 
the new 401 access, and new two lane bridge in 
Norval." 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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M 6. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 7, HELD 
198901. 11. 


C174-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded bv Councillor Andrews 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 7, held 1989 01 11, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M7. CITIZEN' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 7,HELD 
1989 02 22. 


C175-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 7. held 1989 02 22. be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 8. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 8, 
MEETING HELD 1989 02 09. 


C176-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded bv Alderman Hutton 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 8, held 1989 02 09, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 9. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 8, HELD 
1989 03 09. 


C177-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 8, held 1989 03 09, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M10. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 9, 
MEETING HELD 1989 02 21. 


C178-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 9, held 1989 02 21, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


Mil. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 9, 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 21. 


C179-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


M12. 


THAT the minut 


tes from the Citizens' Advisory 


Committee meet 
received. 


ting for Ward 9, held 1989 03 21, be 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 10, 


MEETING HELD 


1989 02 15. 


C180 -89 


M13. 


C181-89 


M14. 


C182-89 


M15. 


C183-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded bv Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 10, held 1989 02 15, be 
Received, and; 


THAT the items in Business Arising from the on 
Minutes pages M12-2 be addressed by our Public 
Works Department, and; 


THAT the Parks Department meet with the Alderman 
and Councillor of Ward 10 to address the 
Castlemore Park and Ezard Park, and; 


THAT Parks & Recreation report on the repairs that 
are expected this year on the Castlemore Tennis 
Courts. 


CARRIED 


CITIZEN'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES WARD 10 HELD 
1989 03 08. 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 10, held 1989 03 08, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 11, 
MEETING HELD 1989 02 08. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting for Ward 11, held 1989 02 08, be 
received, and; 


THAT Item 6(d) New Business be referred to the 
appropriate department. 


6(d) Access Onto Torbram Road 


"Concern was expressed about the request by 
Bramalea Limited for access onto Torbram Road. 


On motion by Stephen Milliken, seconded by Wayne 
Robson, this committee is opposed to access being 
granted on Lot 6 & 7, Ref. Plan 43R-10374, 
Concession 6, E.H.S. from development onto Torbram 
Road." 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 11, 
HELD 1989 03 08. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 


Committee meeting for Ward 11, held 1989 03 08, be 
received, and; 

THAT the resolution at the top of page M15-3 re 
Fixed Spending Limits, be referred to the June 
Administration and Finance Committee meeting. 


"THAT the City set a fixed spending limit for each 
member of Council to be used for conventions 
and/or trade missions, seminars. Expenses that 
exceed this limit must be absorbed the Council 
member." 


CARRIED 


M1 


C184-89 


M1 


mi N 


Os 


7. 


8. 


Le. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 
ees ee 
THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 03 13. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


BRAMPTON HERITAGE COMMITTEE MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 02 16. 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the correspondence from the Brampton Heritage 
Committee Minutes from the meeting held 10989 02 
16, be received, and; 


THAT Council approves of the following 
recommendation: 


3.1 MARY HARVEY RE: DESTGNATION OF ST. ANDREWS 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 


"THAT the correspondence from Mary Harvey re: St. 
Andrews Presbyterian Church be received, and; 


THAT Council approved the designation of St. 
Andrews Presbyterian Church." 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN HUTTON HAS REQUESTED THAT THE MATTER OF 
RAISING MARTIN'S BOULEVARD BE PLACED ON THE AGENDA 


FOR DISCUSSION (SEE MEMO DATED 1989 04 05 FROM THE 
DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS) . 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATIONS ITEM E 4. 


TENDERS 


CONTRACT 89-12 - TYPESETTING AND PRINTING OF PARKS 
AND RECREATION BROCHURES. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


CONTRACT 89-11 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ONE (1 
ONLY MOTOR GRADER. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


CONTRACT 89-09 - SUPPLY OF HOT MIX ASPHALT. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


CONTRACT 89-21 - MISCELLANEOUS CURB AND SIDEWALK 
REPAIR. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 
CONTRACT 89-24 - ASPHALT OVERLAY. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


CONTRACT 89-100 - RECONSTRUCTION OF JOHN STREET, 
MARY STREET. ARMSTRONG STREET AND BEATTY AVE. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


CONTRACT 89-101 - RECONSTRUCTION OF RATLROAD 
STREET MOORE STREET, ELLEN STREET AND CHURCH 
STREET. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C148-89. 


OQ. BY-LAWS 


C185-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT By-laws 72-89 - 90-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 04 10 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


72-89 


73-89 


74-89 


715-89 


76-89 


771-89 


78-89 


719-89 


80-89 


81-89 


82-89 


83-89 


84-89 


85-89 


86-89 


CARRIED 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of parking 
restrictions on Balmoral Drive. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of a Yield 
Sign on Haggert Avenue. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of parking 
restrictions on Shaftsbury Lane. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of an ALL 
WAY STOP. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of parking 
restrictions on Rutherford Road North. 


To stop up and close and authorize the 
sale of part of Main Street North. 


To establish certain lands as part of 
Mary Street 


To establish certain lands as parts of a 
public highway (Heritage Road). 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of no 
stopping restrictions on Ashurst 
Crescent. 


To amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 7, 
Concession 1, E.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


To amend By-law 139-84 (former Town of 
Mississauga Comprehensive Zoning 
By-law). 


To amend By-law 861 (former Township of 
Chinguacousy Zoning By-law). 


To amend By-law 200-82 (former Town of 
Brampton Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


To amend By-law 56-83 (former Township 
of Toronto Gore Comprehensive Zoning 
By-law). 


To amend By-law 151-88 (former Township 


of Chinguacousy Comprehensive Zoning 
By-law). 

87-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of parking 
restrictions. 


88-89 To establish certain lands as parts of a 
public highway (Ray Lawson Boulevard). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 
= “90s 


89-89 To repeal By-law Number 201-88 (Frank 
McLoughlin Co-operative homes). 


90-89 To amend By-law 193-83 for the 
regulation of traffic on City of 
Brampton Highways. 


Bs "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PERSONNEL, PROPERTY AND LITIGATION 
MATTERS. 


MAYOR WHILLANS DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITH 
RESPECT TO A PERSONNEL MATTER AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER, 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITH 
RESPECT TO A PROPERTY MATTER AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER, 


COUNCIL ROBERTSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITH 
RESPECT TO A PROPERTY MATTER AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER, 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PERSONNEL 
PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" STAFF WERE 
INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE PERSONNEL, 
PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 


C186-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 91-89 - 94-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 04 10 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


91-89 A By-law to amend By-law 166-87 
(Parkland Convenance ). 


92-89 To authorize an application to the 
Ontario Municipal Board for approval of 
additional financing for the George 
Street Transit Terminal and Underground 
Parking Garage. 


93-89 To authorize the acquisition of certain 
lands (George Street Transit Terminal 


~~ 
. 


94-89 To confirm the proceedings of Council 
meeting held 1989 04 10. 


oF ADJOURNMENT 


C187-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
1989 04 24 1989 Or at the call of the MaYor. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 10 


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THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:35 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 04 24 AT 


7:30 P.M. 


IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 


PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 


Mayor K. Whillans (arrived 7:38 p.m.) 
Councillor Andrews 
Councillor Begley 
Councillor Carter (arrived 8:43 p.m.) 
Councillor Robertson 
] . Russell 
Bissell] 


Councillo 
Alderman 

Palleschi 
Fennel] 


Alderman 

Alderman 

Alderman Beisel 

Alderman DiMarco 

Alderman Hutton 

Alderman Miles 
Ludlow 
Metzak 


Alderman 
Alderman 

Sprovieri 
Gibson 


Fy to El DW Ry 


Alderman 
Alderman 


ProOUHAAGQCnNWHNDEH 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


Al. 


C188-89 


AMENDMEN'T 


ADD: 


AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 04 24. 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 1989 
04 24, be approved as printed and circulated, and 
amended. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN HUTTON RE: DESIGNATED PROPERTY GRANT - 
QDLUM-MORELLI HOUSE. 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


B 


1. 


ALDERMAN BETSEL - ITEM P0Q65-89 - 772409 ONTARIO 
LIMITED - PART LOT 6, CON. 1, W.H.S. - FAMILY 
MEMBERS LIVE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE APPLICANTS 
LANDS AND ITEM - P076-89 - AGOSTINO DE GASPERIS - 
PART BLOCK 7, CON. 1, W.H.S.- COMPANY HAS BUSINESS 
DEALINGS WITH APPLICANT. 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - ITEM P084-89 - IONIC - 
MASONIC CORPORATION - PART LOT 3, CON. 5, E.H.S.- 
A MEMBER OF THE MASONIC LODGE WHICH BELONGS TO THE 
IONIC CORPORATION AND ITEM F6 - APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF 
LOT 3, CONCESSION 5, E.H.S., WARD 9, IONIC MASONIC 
CORPORATION - A MEMBER OF THE MASONIC LODGE WHICH 
BELONGS TO THE IONIC CORPORATION. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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om ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cds 


C189-89 


AMENDMEN'T 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
04 10. 


Moved by Alderman Sprovierl 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 04 10, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 


CORRECTION: 


B -3. 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - “IN CAMERA" PROPERTY MATTER —- 
HE RENTS AN OFFICE FROM OWNER WHO WILL BE SELLING 
LAND TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON AS IT RELATES TO THE 
NEW TRANSIT BUILDING. 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C190-89 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed to 
take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 
contained: 


MANAGER OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 1989 
04 19 RE: MIDWAY AND AMUSEMENTS. Piles Yedel 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Manager of Licensing and 
Animal Control dated 1989 04 19 re: Midway and 
Amusements, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of the 
appropriate by-law. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 03 31 RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR MARCH 1989. 
File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 03 31 re: Monthly 
Report for March 1989, be received. 


CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND TREASURER DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: AUTHORIZED SIGNING OFFICERS. 
File: 7.1.10 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer and Treasurer dated 1989 04 21 re: 
Authorized Signing Officers, be received, and; 


THAT the resolution re Bankers and Signing 
Officers be executed to allow the Clerk or the 
Manager of Accounting to sign in the absence of 
the Chief Administrative Officer and the Director 
of Treasury Services to sign in the absence of the 
Mayor. 


* F 4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 20 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 8, 9 AND 10, CONCESSION 3, 
E.H.S., BRAMALEA LIMITED (BY-LAWS 99-89, 100-89 
AND 101-89). File C3E8.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 04 20 re: Draft Plan of 
Subdivision and Application to amend the Official 
Plan and Zoning By-law, part of Lots 8, 9 and 10, 
Concession 3, E.H.S., Bramalea Limited, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 99-89 being a by-law to 
adopt Amendment Number 160 and Amendment Number 

160A to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 100-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 9 and 10, Concession 
3, E.H.S., geographic Township of Chinquacousy), 

and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 101-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law to amend By-law 151-88, as amended, 
(part of Lot 9 and 10, Concession 3, E.H.S., 
geographic Township of Chinguacousy), and;. 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
xecute the final subdivision agreement approved 

by the City Solicitor and all other documents 
approved by the City Solicitor required to 


implement the provisions of the subdivision 
agreement. 
* F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 04 20 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PEEL COUNTY MOTEL 
LIMITED, WARD 5, PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 2, 
W.H.S., HIGHWAY 7/CHINGUACOUSY ROAD (BY-LAWS 
102-89, 103-89 AND 104-89). File: C2W10.1 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 04 20 re: Application 
to amend the Official Plan and the Zoning By-law, 
Peel County Motel Limited, Ward 5, part of Lot 10, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., Highway 7/Chinguacousy Road, 
be received, and; 


THAT in accordance with Section 34(16) of the 
Planning Act, 1983, Council hereby determines that 
no further public notice is to be given in respect 
of the proposed by-law, and; 


ct ct 


THAT Council enact By-law 102-89 being a by-law to 
adopt Amendment Number 161 to the Official Plan of 
the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 103-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 10, Concession 2, 
W.H.S., geographic Township of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 104-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 10, Concession 2, 
W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


* F 6. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW. PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 
5, E.H.S., WARD 9, IONIC MASONIC CORPORATION. 
File: C5E3.9 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 04 21 re: Application 
to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law, part 
of Lot 3, Concession 5, E.H.S., Ward 9, Ionic 
Masonic Corporation, be received, and; 


THAT deleting condition 1(b) and substituting 
therefor the following: 


"1 (b) parking facilities shall be provided in 
accordance with the provisions of By-law 
NS dc Be.5" 
a F 8. MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 04 20 RE: CAPITAL 


PROJECT FINANCING. File: 6.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting 
dated 1989 04 20 re: Capital Project Financing, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council authorizes the Treasurer to transfer 
$37,000 from the Contribution for Future 


Construction Reserve Fund #18 to the Capital Fund 
project account 22.377.1193. 


* 


FLO. 


Bid 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED CONDOMINIUM, 
PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 6, PART OF BLOCK 1, 
REGISTERED PLAN 43M-643 AND PART OF BLOCKS S AND 
U, REGISTERED PLAN 977, WARD 9, BELLOTTI 
DEVELOPMENTS INC. File: C6E3.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 04 21 re: Draft Plan of 
Proposed Condominium, Part of Lot 3, Concession 6, 
Part of Block 1, Registered Plan 43M-643 and Part 
of Blocks S and U, Registered Plan 977, Ward 9, 
Bellotti Developments Inc., be received, and; 


THAT City Council approve the conditions contained 
in the Planning Report dated April 13, 1989. 


CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND TREASURER DATED 
1989 04 24 RE: TRANSIT TERMINAL/OFFICE 
DEVELOPMENT. File: 7.1.9 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer and Treasurer dated 1989 04 24 re: Transit 
Terminal/Office Development, be received, and; 


THAT the Mayor and City Clerk be instructed to 
Sign the requisite contracts with K.M. Terminal 
Building Inc. to construct and operate facilities 
as therein specified on behalf of the City, 
subject to the approval of the appropriate staff. 


GLORIA TAYLOR, DEPUTY CLERK, TOWN OF PARIS DATED 
1989 03 22 RE: TAX EXEMPT PROPERTIES BE LEVIED A 
SPECIAL CHARGE TOWARDS THE COST OF SCHOOL TAX 
UNDER SECTION 63. File: 21.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Gloria Taylor, Deputy 
Clerk, Town of Paris dated 1989 03 22 re: Tax 
exempt properties be levied a special charge 
towards the cost of School Tax under Section 63, 
be received. 


HONOURABLE BERNARD GRANDMAITRE, MINISTER, MINISTRY 
OF REVENUE DATED 1989 04 05 RE: RECEIPT OF 
CORRESPONDENCE WITH RESPECT TO A REQUEST OF AN 
IMPACT STUDY TO SHOW THE EFFECTS OF A MARKET VALUE 
ASSESSMENT UPDATE FOR THE CITY UNDER THE SECTION 
63 REASSESSMENT PROGRAM. File: 21.89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


SG 
CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 
Bernard Grandmaitre, Minister, Ministry of Revenue 
dated 1989 04 05 re: Receipt of correspondence 
with respect to a request of an impact study to 
show the effects of a Market Value Assessment 
Update for the City under the Section 63 
Reassessment Program, be received. 


* I 5. HONOURABLE ED FULTON, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 04 14 RE: RECEIPT OF 
CORRESPONDENCE WITH RESPECT TO PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS 
AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 7 (BOVAIRD DRIVE 
AND KENNEDY ROAD IN BRAMPTON. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable Ed 
Fulton, Minister, Ministry of Transportation dated 
1989 04 14 re: Receipt of correspondence with 
respect to Pedestrian Signals at the intersection 
of Highway 7 (Bovaird Drive) and Kennedy Road in 
Brampton, be received. 


* I 6. B. D. RIDDELL, REGIONAL DIRECTOR, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 04 11 RE: PROPOSED 
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS ALONG HIGHWAY 
10 FROM BOVAITRD DRIVE TO REGIONAL ROAD 9. File: 
Ve2e47 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from B. D. Riddell, 
Regional Director, Ministry of Transportation 
projects along Highway 10 from Bovaird Drive to 
Regional Road 9, be received. 


* M1. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 09. File: 16.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
Peel meeting held 1989 03 09, be received. 


* M 2. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 30. File: 16.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
Peel meeting held 1989 03 30, be received. 


* M 6. TRI-MUNICIPAL COMMITTER MINUTES FROM MEETING HELD 
1989 04 O7. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Tri-Municipal 
Committee, meeting held 1989 04 27, be received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


i N 
* N 
* N 


alee 


CONTRACT 89-134 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT KENNEDY ROAD AND COCHRANE/RUTH 
AVENUE. File: 24.134.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-134 - Supply and Installation of 
Traffic Signals at Kennedy Road and Cochrane/Ruth 
Avenue be awarded to Guild Electric Limited in the 
corrected total amount of $62,522.99 (Sixty Two 
Thousand, Five Hundred & Twenty Two Dollars & 
Ninety Nine Cents) being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 


CONTRACT 89-113 - RESURFACING OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD 
FROM FLOWERTOWN TO QUEEN STREET. File: 24.113.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-113 - Resurfacing of Chinguacousy 
Road from Flowertown to Queen Street be awarded to 
Pave-Al Limited and Orlando Corporation in the 
total amount of $184,146.00 (One Hundred & Eighty 
Four Thousand, One Hundred & Forty Six Dollars) 
being the lowest acceptable hid received. 


CONTRACT 89-10 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF REEL 
MOWERS . File: 24.10.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-10 - Supply and Delivery of Reel 
Mowers be awarded as follows: 


PART "A" One (1) only Hydraulic Gang Mower 
(5 Reels) in the total amount of 
$24,732.00 (Twenty Four Thousand, 
Seven Hundred & Thirty Two 
Dollars), to G.C. Duke Equipment 
Ltd.., 


PART "B" Three (3) only Tri-Plex Reel Mowers 
in the total amount of $39,803.40 
(Thirty Nine Thousand, Eight 
Hundred & Three Dollars & Forty 
Cents) to R.M.C. Equipment Ltd., 


both being the lowest acceptable bids received. 


CARRIED 


AT THIS POINT MAYOR WHILLANS ARRIVED AND ASSUMED THE CHATR. 


E. DELEGATIONS 


E 


IL 


REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE BRAMPTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 


RE: FIRE DEPARTMENT WEEK IN THE CITY OF BRAMPTON. 
File: 7.1.3 


Mr. Ron Weir addressed Council referring to the 
proclamation of Fire Department Week in Brampton, 
the week of May 22nd, 1989 and outlined various 
events with regards to this week. 


C191-89 


C193-89 


C192-89 


C194-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the delegation from Ron Weir representing the 
Brampton Fire Department re: Fire Department Week 
in the City of Brampton, be received. 


CARRIED 


GLEN SCHNARR_ RE: CITY OF BRAMPTON VS JEFF HEWLETT 
& FIRST GULF GROUP, SIGN BY-LAW VIOLATIONS. File: 
Pedal (a) 


Mr. Schnarr spoke on behalf of his clients, 
indicating a withdrawl of a request for additional 
signage. 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the delegation from Glen Schnarr re: City of 
Brampton vs Jeff Hewlett & First Gulf Group, Sign 
By-law Violations, be received. 


CARRIED 


ROBERT A. FILKIN RE: PROFESSOR'S LAKE RESIDENTS 
ASSOCIATION - BRAMALEA LIMITED. File: C5E9.15 


Mr. Filkin introduced Mr. Arend Roos, President, 
Professors Lake Residents Association, who 
addressed Council outlining the historical events 
of this project and expressed opposition. He then 
introduced Mr. Michael Hogan who outlined four 
concerns on the impact this application would have 
on the lake and area. His conclusion was to oppose 
this application on a technical position. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the delegation from Robert A. Filkin re: 
Professor's Lake Residents Association - Bramalea 
Limited, be received. 


CARRIED 


BOB ONYSCHUK RE: PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART LOT 9, CONCESSION 5, E.H.S., NORTH 
PARK DRIVE, WARD 11, BRAMALEA LIMITED. File: 
CSEY. 1S 


Mr. Onyschuck informed Council of his company's 
position in regards to this application. 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the delegation from Bob Onyschuk re: Proposed 
Plan of Subdivision and Application to amend the 
Official Plan and Zoning By-law, Part Lot 9, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., North Park Drive, Ward 11, 
Bramalea Limited, be received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM P090-89 AND DEALT WITH IT 
AS FOLLOWS: 


PO090-89 


BRAMALEA LIMITED - PART LOT 9, CON. 5, E.H.S. 
(NORTH PARK DRIVE - WARD 11) 


"THAT the report 


t dated 1989 04 14 re Proposed Plan 


of Subdivision and Application to amend the 


Official Plan and Zoning By-law be received, 


A. 


Approve 


and; 


the proposed development in 


principle and staff be directed to 


prepare 


the appropriate documents for 


consideration of City Council; 


Draft plan of proposed subdivision be 
subject to the following conditions: 


Ws The approval be based on 
plan, 


dated April 23 


prepared by John, Su 
Weinstein and Associates and 
revised in red as follows: 


(a) 


Plan be enlarge 
0.7 hectare par 
north of "Dp" Pil 
to Porteous Cir 


"'D' Place be ex 


the draft 
, L987, 
stronk, 


d by adding a 
cel to the 
ace extending 
cle; 


tended 


northerly anda 
angle for a dis 


t a right- 
tance of 


approximately 50 metres and 


25 - 9 metre lots be 
provided; 


(c) Frontage on Porteous Circ 
lotted into 4 - 13 metre 
and; 


(d) Block 20, be enlarged to 
comprise an area of about 
hectares and Block 19 be 
reduced to have an area o 
about 4.25 hectares. 


(e) Block 9, Plan M-329, be 


le be 
lots, 


226 


f 


incorporated into the plan to 
be dedicated as part of Panda 


Lane right-of-way. 


That a subdivision agreement be 


entered into by the applicant, 


the 


City of Brampton and the Region of 


Peel to satisfy all financial, 
legal and engineering matters 
including landscaping, instal 


lation 


of municipal services and other 
matters of the City of Brampton and 
the Region of Peel respecting the 


development of these lands 
including 
Regional levies. 


the payment of City and 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


10. 


Ils 


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The applicant shall agree by 
agreement to convey all necessary 
easements for drainage, utility and 
servicing purposes as may be 
required to the appropriate agency 
or public authority. 


The applicant shall agree to 
support the appropriate amendment 
to the Official Plan and Zoning By- 
law. 


Any proposed road allowances, road 
widenings and/or daylight corners 
on the draft plan shall be 
dedicated as public highways on the 
final plan for registration. 


The street shall be named to the 
satisfaction of the City of 
Brampton and the Region of Peel and 
street name must begin with the 
Lebeer “RP. 


The applicant shall agree to create 
easements for maintenance purposes 
for all lots where less than 1.2 
metre (4 foot) side yards are being 
provided. 


Where less than 2.4 metres of 
separation between structures is 
being provided, no back to front 
drainage shall be permitted unless 
agreed to by the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Building, and that 
the applicant, at his expense, 
shall provide an alternative method 
of rear yard drainage to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Building. 


The grade difference between 
existing lots on the west side of 
Panda Lane and the proposed lots on 
"D' Place and Porteous Circle shall 
be to the satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Public Works and 
Building. 


The applicant shall agree that the 
parkland conveyance for the plan to 
the west (Region of Peel File 
Number 21T-81049B) and the subject 
plan, shall include Block 20, as 
enlarged to comprise an area of not 
less than 2.6 hectares. 


The applicant shall agree to follow 
and incorporate recommendations 
regarding hydrogeological and 
monitoring requirements pursuant to 
approved hydrogeological and 
engineering reports to the 
satisfaction of the City and its 


hydrogeological consultants. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


L2s 


ie 


14. 


om 


16. 


Ans 


18. 


1:9, 


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The applicant shall agree to 


and to perform 


undertake tests 
works relative 
necessary 


to the tests as are 
to allow the construction 
of a parking lot, 


adjacent to 


Professor's Lake Recreation Centre, 


to the satisfaction of 


Commissioner of 


The applicant shall 
out work stipulated 


landscaped plan 


The applicant shall 


the 
Community Services. 


agree to carry 
on the approved 
the parklands. 


for 


agree to 


install a sanitary sewer line to 


provide a gravity sewer system 


CO 


Professor's Lake Recreation Centre. 


The applicant shall 
the 


fencing along 
lots and blocks 


existing or proposed parkland, 


space, 
with the City's 
provided that 


agree to erect 
lot lines of all 
which abut any 


open 


buffer areas in accordance 


fencing policy, 


the fence enclosing 
the high density residential 


site 


shall not be less than 1.5 metres 


in height. 


The applicant sh 


satisfactory arrangements with 


all make 


City to include 
west side of Pan 
Plan M-329, 


The applicant sh 
agreement to 


the 
the reserve on the 
da Lane, Block 9, 


as part of Panda Lane. 


all agree by 


the establishment of 


an Architectural Control Committee 
to review and approve the external 
appearance of buildings. 


The applicant shall agree by 
agreement that prior to 
Architectural Control Committee 
approval, the sale of any dwellings 


or the iss 
permits, 
from 


approval 
the Commissioner of Pl 


uance of any buil 
shall be 


Lding 
obtained 


Lanning 


and Development of the City of 
Brampton for features to be 


included in 


the design of buildings 


to minimize energy consumption. 


The applicant 


shall agree, 


prior to 


registration of the plan or prior 
to any site grading permit the 


Ministry of Natural 


review and 
describing 


(a) 


The manner in which st 
will be conveyed from 


approve reports 


site, 


Resources to 


COrmwater 


the 


including any stormwater 
management techniques 
be required; 


that may 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


20. 


Zils 


22. 


23. 


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(c) (c) 


(d) 


The means where 


by erosion and 


sedimentation and their 


effects will be 


minimized on 


the site during and after 


construction; 


Site soil 


conditions, 


including grain size 


distribution profiles, 


Site grading pl 


and; 


ans. 


The applicant shall agree in the 


subdivision agreement, 
acceptable to 


the Mi 


Natural Resources: 


by wording 
nistry of 


(a) To cause to be carried out the 
recommendations referred to in 
Condition 19 (a), (b), (c) and 
(d) above. 

(6) To maintain all stormwater 
management and erosion and 
sedimentation control 
structure operating and in 
good repair during the 
construction period, ina 
manner satisfactory to the 
Ministry of Natural Resources. 

(c) To advise the Ministry of 
Natural Resources 48 hours 
prior to commencement of 
grading or the initiation of 
any site works. 

The applicant shall agree that 

prior to any development taking 

place, the owner shall carry out an 
archaeological survey and rescue 
excavation of any significant 
archaelogical remains found on the 
site, to the satisfaction of the 

Archaeology Unit of the Ministry of 

Citizenship and Culture. 


Prior to the signing of the final 
plan, the Region is to be advised 
by the Ministry of Citizenship and 


Culture that this condition has 
been carried out to their 
satisfaction. 


The applicant, 


prior 


to the release 


of the final plan for registration, 
shall undertake an analysis of the 


Sanitary sewer system to 


the 


satisfaction of 
and shall agree 
deficient sewer 
of the Region. 


to upgrade any 


the Region of Peel 


to the satisfaction 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


24. 


29) 


26. 


2s 


28. 


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The applicant, 
of the final plan 
shall undertake a 
the high 
satisfaction 


prior to the release 


for registration, 
traffic review of 


density development to the 
of the Commissioner of 


Public Works and Building, to 


det 
signals 
proportion of 
determined by 


and shall 
the 
the 


the appl 


that prior to final 


the services of 


rmine the need for traffic 


agree to pay such 
cost as may be 
City. 

The applicant shall agree by 
agreement 
approval, 


lLicant shall 


ngage 


an 


acoustical consultant 


to complete a 


noise study recommending noise 
control measures satisfactory to 
the City of Brampton. 


The applicant 


shall agree that the 


noise control measures recommended 


by the acoustical 


condition number 25 above, 
implemented to the satisfaction 


as in 
shall be 
of 


report, 


the Cit 


ty of Brampton and, 


event 


that a slight 


noise 


in th 


level 


e 


excess will remain 
implementation of 
features, 


the 


despite 
the noise 


control 


the following clause 


shall be includede in a registered 


portion of 


the subdivider's 


agreement and in all subsequent 
offers of Purchase and Sale for the 


affected lots: 


"Purchasers are advised 
the inclusion of 
control features within 


despite 


that 
noise 
the 


development area and within the 


individual 


building units, 


noise 


levels may continue to be of 
concern, occasionally interfering 


with 


Those portions of 


some activities of 
dwelling occupants. 


the 


lots located 


between a road allowance from which 


the lot does not obtain access, 


and 


any noise attenuation wall, 


required pursuant 
number 26, 


to condition 


in excess of the 
standard 0.3 metre setback, 
be shown on the plan 
registered as separate block, 


shall 


to be 
and 


shall be deeded to the City. 


The applicant shal 


offering units for sale, 


ll agree, prior to 
to place a 


plan on the wall of the sales 


office(s), 
available 
indicates 


the foll 


ina pl 
to the public, 


lace readily 
which 


lowing: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


29°. 


30. 


Jules 


32s 


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(a) 


Where sidewalks, walkways, 
fencing and noise attenuation 
barriers and parks and open 
space are located; 


The type of fencing and noise 
attenuation features; 


Active or passive park areas. 
Active park areas should 
indicate wording as follows: 


"playground equipment or 
active sports fields." 


The location of supermail 
boxes; 


The following information must 
also be shown in bold type: 


"For further information on 
proposed and existing land 
use, please call the City of 
Brampton, Planning and 
Development Department, 150 
Central Park Drive, 3rd Floor, 
between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 
p.m., telephone 793-4110." 


The map required in condition 28 
above shall be approved by the 
City's Commissioner of Planning and 
Development and staff shall be 
permitted to monitor the sales 
office to ensure compliance. 


The owner shall not remove any 
trees or topsoil from the land 
within the plan or start any 

grading of the land within the 


p 
p 


lan, 
lan, 


prior to registration of the 
without the prior written 


authorization of the City of 
Brampton's Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building. 


The applicant shall agree to remove 
any trees and any vegetation on the 
subject lands so designated for 
removal by the City. 


Prior 


to final approval, 


arrangements shall be made to the 
satisfaction of the City for the 
relocation of any utilities 
required by the development of the 
subject lands to be undertaken at 
the expense of the applicant. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


33h 


34. 


ero 


36. 


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The applicant shall agree that a 
atement shall be included in all 


st 


ag 
si 


advising prospec 


th 


th 


he 
wi 


reements of purchase 


and sale for 


ngle-family detached property 


at the applicant has 


tive purchasers 


proposed 


e lands to the west. 


high rise apartment development for 


e applicant shall agree to enter 
to a land exchange involving part 


Block F, Plan M-282 


area of approximatel 
ctares, for park land located 
thin Block 20, as enl 


co 
to 
Co 


Th 
wh 


ndition of the park 
the satisfaction of 


mmissioner of Communi 


comprising 
y 0.7 


arged. The 


land shall be 


the 
ty Services. 


e applicant shall agree that 
ere a building (parking garage) 
incorporates an exposed basement, 


Lo 
th 


Lo 
De 


th 


re 


the Commissioner of 
velopment. 


take an external treatment of 
e exposed basement satisfactory 


Planning and 


The applicant shall agree, prior to 


e initiation of any grading or 
servicing and prior to the 


gistration of the plan, submit 


for the review and approval of the 
ty, a detailed engineering 

port, including a monitoring 
ogram, describing the methods to 


Ci 
re 
pr 


prevent the lowering of 


the water 


level in Professor's Lake including 
the drainage of the foundations of 
structures and the servicing 


methodologies to ensure that 
oundwater discharge is not 


gr 
in 
or 
sa 


up 


creased; and agree to carry out 


cause to be carried 


out to the 


tisfaction of the City the agreed 


on procedure." 


QN A RECORDED VOTE, THE CLERK NOTED THE RECOMMENDATION 
CARRIED 11 YEAS, 6 NAYS, 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


yD DD OD OD 


FAVOUR 


IN 


lderman 
lderman 


ounci 
lderman 
ouncil] 


ayor Wh 
lderman 
lderman 
lderman 
lderman 


lLderman 


Bissell 
Fennell 
or Andrews 
Metzak 

or Russell 
illans 
Beisel 
DiMarco 
Sprovieri 
Hutton 
Ludlow 


Al 
Al 
Al 
Co 
Co 
CO 


OPPOSED 


derman Gibson 


lderman Palleschi 


derman Miles 


uncillor Carter 
uncillor Begley 
uncillor Robertson 


ABSENT 


F. 
x F 
* F 
* F 
* F 
* F 
* F 
F 
C195-89 


alee 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


MANAGER OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 1989 
04 19 RE: MIDWAY AND AMUSEMENTS. 
Bates Ye 1 oi. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 03 31 RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR MARCH 1989. 
File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND TREASURER DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: AUTHORIZED SIGNING OFFICERS. 
File: 7.1.10 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 20 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 8, 9 AND 10, CONCESSION 3, 
E.H.S., BRAMALEA LIMITED (BY-LAWS 99-89, 100-89, 
AND 101-89). File C3E8.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 20 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PEEL COUNTY MOTEL 
LIMITED, WARD 5, PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 2, 
W.H.S., HIGHWAY 7/CHINGUACOUSY ROAD (BY-LAWS 
102-89, 103-89 AND 104-89). File: C2w10.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 


5, E.H.S., WARD 9, IONIC MASONIC CORPORATION. 


File: C5E3.9 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 04 19 RE: NEW 


CITY HALL OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT. 
File: 7.2.55.1 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting 
dated 1989 04 19 re: New City Hall Office 
Furniture and Equipment, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Treasurer to: 


ls Establish a Reserve Fund for New City 
Hall Furniture and Equipment. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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ae Transfer the 1989 budgeted amount of 
$700,000 from the Revenue Fund to this 
new Reserve Fund rather than Reserve 
Fund #4. 


hy Transfer $50,000 from the New City Hall 
Furniture and Equipment Reserve Fund to 
the capital project. 


4. Transfer additional funds from this new 
Reserve Fund to the related capital 
project as and when required. 


CARRIED 


* F 8. MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 04 20 RE: CAPITAL 
PROJECT FINANCING. File: 6.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


F 9. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND TREASURER DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: COUNCIL MEMBER TO SERVE ON A 
CUSTOMER COUNCIL TO REVIEW CANADA POST RATES AND 
SERVICES. File: 7.2.22 


C196-89 THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer and Treasurer dated 1989 04 21 re: Council 
member to serve on a Customer Council to review 
Canada Post rates and services, be received, and; 


THAT Alderman Palleschi be nominated to serve on 
this Council to represent the City of Brampton. 


CARRIED 


* F10. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 04 21 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED CONDOMINIUM, 
PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 6, PART OF BLOCK 1, 
REGISTERED PLAN 43M-643 AND PART OF BLOCKS S AND 
U, REGISTERED PLAN 977, WARD 9, BELLOTTI 
DEVELOPMENTS INC. File: C6E3.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


* Fll. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND TREASURER DATED 
1989 04 24 RE: TRANSIT TERMINAL/OFFICE 
DEVELOPMENT. File: 7.1.9 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 1. REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 04 
ae 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEMS P065-89 AND P076-89 AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTERS. 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM P084-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 
AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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C197-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee 
dated 1989 04 17, be approved as printed, 
circulated and amended. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P065-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


P065-89 772409 ONTARIO LIMITED - PART LOT 6, CON. 1, 
W.H.S. - WARD 5. 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


"THAT the report dated 1989 04 11 re Application 
to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be 
received, and; 


A. A Public Meeting be held with respect to 
the proposed amendment to the Official 
Plan and zoning by-law in accordance 
with CitY Council's procedures, and; 


B. Subject to the results of the Public 
Meeting, Planning Committee recommend to 
City Council that the proposed 
development be recommended for approval, 
subject to the following conditions: 


ie The site specific zoning by-law 
shall contain the following: 


a) The site shall only be used for: 


1) A retail establishment having 
no outside storage; 


ii) A grocery store; 


iii) An office, excluding an office 
of a health care practitioner, 
and 


iv) Purposes accessory to the 
other permitted purposes. 


b) The minimum front yard depth shall 
be 10 metres; 


c) The minimum rear yard depth shall 
be 15 metres; 


e minimum interior side yard 
depth shall be 15 metres; 


e) The minimum exterior side yard 
width shall be 6.0 metres; 


£) The maximum building height shall 
not exceed 1 storey; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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All garbage and refuse containers 
shall be enclosed within the main 
building; 


A 3.0 metre wide landscaped strip 
shall be provided along the Haggert 
Avenue and Nelson Street West 
frontages, except at the driveway 
location, and; 


Shall be subject to the 
requirements and restrictions 
relating to the Cl zone and all the 
general provisions of By-law 200-82 
that are not in conflict with those 
set out above. 


Development of the site shall be 
subject to a development agreement 
and the development agreement shall 
contain the following: 


Prior to the issuance of a building 
permit, a site development plan, a 
landscape plan, elevation and cross 
section drawings, a grading and 
drainage plan, an engineering and 
servicing plan and a fire 
protection plan shall be approved 
by the City and the appropriate 
ties shall be deposited with 
ty to ensure implementation 
of these plans in accordance with 
the City's site plan review 
process; 


All lighting on the site shall be 
designed and oriented so as to 
minimize glare on adjacent roadways 
and properties; 


The applicant shall agree to comply 
with the parking standards 
contained in By-law 200-82, as 
amended; 


The applicant shall agree that 
access to the site shall be ina 
location and of a design 
satisfactory to the City; 


The applicant shall agree to 
construct, at his expense, or pay 
cash-in-lieu for a sidewalk along 
Nelson Street West and Haggert 
Avenue; 


The landscape plan shall show a 
solid masonry wall, 1. 8 metres in 
height along the west and south 
boundary of the site, to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 
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g) The applicant shall agree to convey 
to the City a road widening to 10.0 
metres from the centreline where 
the site abuts Nelson Street West 
and Haggert Avenue; 


h) The applicant shall agree to pay 
all applicable Regional and City 
levies in accordance with the 
Region's and City's Contribution 
Policy, and; 


1) The applicant shall agree to pay 
cash-in-lieu of parkland conveyance 
in accordance with City Council's 
policy. 


Cx That staff be directed to prepare 
the appropriate documents for 
Council's consideration." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C198-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report dated 1989 04 11 re Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be 
received, and; 


A Public Meeting be held with respect to the 
proposed amendment to the Official Plan and zoning 
by-law in accordance with City Council's 
procedures. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PO71-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 
P071-89 BELLOTTI- DEVELOPMENTS INC. - PART LOT 3, CON. 6, 
E.H.S. - PART BLOCK 1, PLAN 43M-643 AND PART 


BLOCKS S AND U, PLAN 977 - WARD 9 


"THAT the report dated 1989 04 13 re Draft Plan of 
Proposed Condominium be received, and; 


A. That the Regional Municipality of Peel 
be advised the City has no objection to 
the approval of the draft plan of 
condominium under File 21CDM-88-541B, 
subject to the following conditions: 


ie This draft approval applies to the 
draft plan of condominium prepared 
by J. D. Barnes Limited, dated 
August 25, 1988, with the Reference 
No.: 88-27—-174—0-B; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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23 The owner shall assign (1) parking 
space for the exclusive use of each 
condominium unit. The owner shall 
identify on the final plan of 
condominium in the condominium 
declaration, and in all agreements 
of purchase and sale for units 
within the condominium, the parking 
spaces to be specifically allocated 
for the exclusive use of each 
condominium unit as exclusive use 
portions of the common elements, 
and the unassigned parking spaces 
as part of the common elements of 
the condominium corporation; 


3s The owner shall identify on the 
final plan of condominium, in the 
condominium declaration, and in all 
agreements of purchase and sale, 
the loading spaces to be 
specifically allocated for the 


exclusive use of each condominium 
unit as exclusive use portions of 
the common elements, and the 
unassigned loading spaces as part 
of the common elements for the 
condominium corporation; 


4. The owner shall show on the final 
plan of condominium the required 
number of parking spaces and 
loading spaces in accordance with 
the City's zoning by-law for the 
lands; 


one All services which are common to 
more than one unit on the plan, and 
which pass through, or under a 
unit, shall be described as common 
elements in the condominium 
declaration and the declaration 
shall contain provisions that the 
condominium corporation has the 
right of access to a unit to repair 
and maintain such services as 
required; 


6. The applicant shall make 
satisfactory arrangements with Bell 
Canada for the provision of 
telecommunication services, 
including the provision of 
easements, conduit, trenching and 
rearrangement or relocation of 
existing facilities or easements; 


es The applicant shall make 
satisfactory arrangements with 
Canada Post Corporation for the 
provision of CENTRAL MAIL 
FACILITIES required in multi-unit 
complexes of 3 or more units, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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8. The applicant must provide the 
Ministry of the Environment with a 
fully executed copy of the 
subdivision agreement requiring 
that: 


"Prior to the issuance of building 
permits for the development, an 
acoustical consultant shall certify 
that the building designed for the 
office and retail areas includes 
double glazed, non-opening windows, 
brick veneer or its acoustical 
equivalent, and air conditioning 
system and a suspended acoustical 
type ceiling." 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEMS P078-89, PO79-89 AND P0Q80-89 
AND AMENDED EACH AS FOLLOWS: 


C199-89 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the following be included as a condition of 
draft approval for the proposed plans of 
subdivision by 574971 ONTARIO LIMITED (C2W5.2), 
717871 ONTARIO LIMITED (C2W2.7) and BRAMPTON WEST 
4-2 LIMITED (C1W4.1): 


"THAT applicant shall agree to contribute to the 
upgrading of Chinguacousy Road in an amount, and 
to a standard, satisfactory to the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Building.", and; 


"THAT Council approve this condition for all of 
the plans of subdivision not yet registered, 
abutting Chinguacousy Road, south of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway." 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P0O90-89 AND DEALT WITH IT UNDER 


DELEGATIONS ITEM E 4. 


G 2. 


C200-89 


REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 
04 19. 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Public Works Committee 
dated 1989 04 19, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PW057-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AT 


THIS TIME: 


PWO57-89 HEAVY 


TRUCK BY-LAW 


THAT the report re Heavy Truck By-law be received, 


and; 


THAT staff be directed to contact the residents on 
McLaughlin Road between Highway 7 and Queen Street 


to so 
amend 
using 
p.m. 


licit their views regarding a proposal to 


By-law 147-87 to prohibit heavy trucks from 
McLaughlin Road between the hours of 7:00 


to 6:30 a.m. These hours will be consistent 


with all other partial prohibitions, and further; 


THAT 
Queen 


the speed limit between Flowertown Avenue and 


Street be reduced to 40 km/hr. if this 


amendment is approved, and; 


THAT the matter be deferred to the May 17th, 1989 
meeting of the Public Works Committee." 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING MOTION: 


C201-89 Moved 


by Alderman DiMarco 


Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the matter be deferred to the May 17th, 1989 
meeting of the Public Works Committee. 


COUNCIL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING MOTION: 


C202-89 Moved 


by Councillor Andrews 


Seconded Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the Heavy Truck By-law 147-87 on McLaughlin 
Road remain in place. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PW062-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 


FOLLOWS: 


PWO62-89 BRAMPTON FREEWHEELERS SOAP BOX DERBY - WEST DRIVE 
- JUNE 4 AND JULY 9, 1989 


"THAT 


the report dated 1989 04 13 re Brampton 


Freewheelers Soap Box Derby - West Drive - June 4 


and July 9, 1989 be received, and; 


THAT the request of the Brampton Freewheelers Soap 
Box Derby to close West Drive on June 4 and July 
9, 1989 to hold soap box races not be granted." 


CARRIED 


C203-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 
COMMITTER DATED 1989 04 19. 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee dated 1989 04 19, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


Hi. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


CARRIED 


I. CORRES PONDENCE 


Ty lz 


C204-89 


HONOURABLE ED FULTON, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 04 05 RE: RECEIPT OF 
CORRESPONDENCE WITH RESPECT TO AN INCREASE IN THE 
NUMBER OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AT PEARSON 
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. File: 21.89 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable Ed 
Fulton, Minister, Ministry of Transportation dated 
1989 04 05 re: Receipt of correspondence with 
respect to an increase in the number of air 
traffic controllers at Pearson International 
Airport, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to the June 5th, 1989 
Administration and Finance Committee meeting for 
more discussion. 


CARRIED 


GLORIA TAYLOR, DEPUTY CLERK, TOWN OF PARIS DATED 
1989 03 22 RE: TAX EXEMPT PROPERTIES BE LEVIED A 
SPECIAL CHARGE TOWARDS THE COST OF SCHOOL TAX 
UNDER SECTION 63. File: 21.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


HONOURABLE BERNARD GRANDMAITRE, MINISTER, MINISTRY 
OF REVENUE DATED 1989 04 05 RE: RECEIPT OF 
CORRESPONDENCE WITH RESPECT TO A REQUEST OF AN 
IMPACT STUDY TO SHOW THE EFFECTS OF A MARKET VALUE 
ASSESSMENT UPDATE FOR THE CITY UNDER THE SECTION 
63 REASSESSMENT PROGRAM. File: 21.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


HONOURABLE BENOIT BOUCHARD, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 04 10 RE: RECEIPT OF 
CORRESPONDENCE WITH RESPECT TO LESTER B. PEARSON 
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. File: 7.2.30 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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C205-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


ES ag 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable Benoit 
Bouchard, Minister, Ministry of Transportation 
dated 1989 04 10 re: Receipt of correspondence 
with respect to Lester B. Pearson International 
Airport, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to the June 5th, 1989 
Administration and Finance Committee meeting for 
more discussion. 


CARRIED 
i I 5. HONOURABLE ED FULTON, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 


TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 04 14 RE: RECEIPT OF 
CORRESPONDENCE WITH RESPECT TO PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS 
AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 7 (BOVAIRD DRIVE 
AND KENNEDY ROAD IN BRAMPTON. File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


a I 6. B. D. RIDDELL, REGIONAL DIRECTOR, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 04 11 RE: PROPOSED 
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS ALONG HIGHWAY 
10 FROM BOVAIRD DRIVE TO REGIONAL ROAD 9. File: 
Te2eAd 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 
J. RESOLUTIONS 


J 1. ALDERMAN SUSAN FENNELL INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING 
MOTION: File: 7.1.7 


C206-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the matter of the speed limit on Hurontario 
Street from Brampton City limits to Ray Lawson 
Boulevard be reassessed to evaluate changing back 
to 80 kph as recommended by staff previously, and; 


THAT due to safety concerns and as this is 
difficult to enforce, this be referred to staff 
for a report to the May 19th, 1989 meeting of the 
Public Works Committee. 


CARRIED 


J 2. MAYOR WHILLANS REQUEST THE FOLLOWING MOTION BE 
PASSED: File: 7.2.13 


C207-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the Corporation of the City of Brampton 
endorse the signing of a friendship agreement 
(Sister or Twinning City) with Benxi, China. 


CARRIED 


C208-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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ALDERMAN HUTTON REQUEST THE FOLLOWING MOTION BE 
PASSED: File: 7.2.13 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the application for a Designated Property 
Grant on behalf of William J. Wybenga (Odlum- 
Morelli House) as approved by the Brampton 
Heritage Board on 1989 01 19, be approved. 


CARRIED 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 


Live PETITIONS 


Ti. 2. 


C209-89 


ANNA THOW DATED 1989 04 18 RE: NOTICE OF PROPOSAL 
TO CONSTRUCT SIDEWALKS ON THE NORTH SIDE OF 
FLOWERTOWN AVENUE FROM THE NEW SUBDIVISION TO 
WINDERMERE COURT. PALS Pile 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the Petition from Anna Thow dated 1989 04 18 
re: Notice of Proposal to construct sidewalks on 
the north side of Flowertown Avenue from the new 
subdivision to Windermere Court, be received, and; 


THAT staff and the Safety Council carry out 
investigations of the intersection of Flowertown 
and Grange to determine if a 3 way stop is 
warranted. 


CARRIED 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


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C210-89 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 09. File: 16.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 30. File: 16.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 2, 
MEETING HELD 1989 04 06. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 2, meeting held 1989 04 06, be 
received, and; 


THAT the following items be referred to staff for 
comment and action where possible: 


C211-89 


C212-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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Unfinished Business 

- Parking on Sparklett 

- Conestoga and Somerset Intersection - 
Crosswalk 


New Business 

Mill Street Potholes 
Brampton Brick 
Guardrails - Etobicoke Creek 
Birchbank 

Park Drainage 

Egress From Commercial ProPerties 


JIN 
HQd5AV Ta 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 5, 
MEETING HELD 1989 03 21. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 5, meeting held 1989 04 21, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN FENNELL HAS REQUESTED THAT THE MATTER OF 
AIRPORT NOISE EXPOSURE PROJECTIONS BE PLACED ON 
THE AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION (SEE MEMO DATED 1989 04 
18 FROM THE DIRECTOR OF PLANNING POLICY AND 


RESEARCH). File: 7.2.34 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Director of Planning 
Policy and Research dated 1989 04 18 re: Airport 
Noise Exposure Projections, be received, and; 


THAT Council request Transport Canada to update 
their Noise Exposure Projections with respect to 
the new departure procedures on the East-West 
Parallel Runways. 


CARRIED 


TRI-MUNICIPAL COMMITTEE MINUTES FROM MEETING HELD 
1989. 04-07%. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


N. TENDERS 


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CONTRACT 89-134 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT KENNEDY ROAD AND COCHRANE/RUTH 
AVENUE. File: 24.134.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


O. 


C213-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 


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CONTRACT 89-113 - RESURFACING OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD 
FROM FLOWERTOWN TO QUEEN STREET. File: 24.113.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


CONTRACT 89-10 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF REEL 
MOWERS. File: 24.10.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C190-89. 


BY-LAWS 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 95-89 to 106-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 04 24 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the 
Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


95-89 To make it lawful for any person to 
engage in or be present at certain 
activities on the Lord's Day. 


To amend By-law 316-83, as amended which 
licences, regulates and governs the 
owers and drivers of tow trucks. 


97-89 By-law to amend By-law 251-82 as 
amended, which prohibits the running of 
dogs at large. 


98-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation 
of traffic) for the placement of parking 
meters on Elizabeth Street North. 


99-89 To adopt Amendment Number 160 and 
Amendment Number 160A to the Official 
Plan of the City of Brampton Planning 
Area. 


100-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 9 and 
10, Concession 3, E.H.S., geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


101-89 To amend By-law 151-88, as amended, 
(part of Lot 9 and 10, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


102-89 To adopt Amendment Number 161 to the 
Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 


103-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 10, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 04 24 
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104-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 10, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 
105-89 To establish certain lands as parts of 
public highways (Wayne Nicol Drive, 


Flowertown Avenue, Murdock Drive). 


106-89 To establish certain lands as parts of a 
public highway (Farmhouse Court). 


"IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PROPERTY 


AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF 
THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT 
THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. 


C214-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Q. 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-law 107-89 listed on the Council meeting agenda 
dated 1989 04 24 be given the required number of 
readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and 
Clerk and corPorate Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


107-89 To confirm the proceedings of Council 
meeting held 1989 04 24. 


ADJOURNMENT 


C215-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
Monday, May 8th, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:05 P.m. 


LORNA BISSELL ACTING MAYOR 


LEONARD MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES 


OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 05 08 AT 


7:30 P.M. 


IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 


PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
ABSENT 
Mayor K. Whillans (OMB - Trade Mission) 
Councillor P. Robertson (OMB - Trade Mission) 
Alderman P. Beisel (OMB - Trade Mission) 
Alderman E. Ludlow (OMB - Trade Mission) 
Alderman A. Gibson (OMB - Trade Mission) 
Alderman J. Hutton (OMB - Trade Mission) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 05 08. 
C216-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 
THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 05 08, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 
CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 
ADD: 


M 6. COMMISSTONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 08 RE: 
WAIVING OF RENTAL FEE FOR TERRY MILLER RECREATION 


CENTRE. 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 
ee ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 04 


C217-89 


24. 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 04 24, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C218-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items 
and that the various Officials of the Corporation 
are hereby authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
04 27 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 11 CONCESSION 4. 
W.H.S.. CREDITVIEW ROAD, WARD 6,CANADIAN REFORMED 
CHURCH OF BRAMP'TON BY-LAWS 111-89 112-89 AND 


113-89). File: C4W11.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 04 27 re: Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law, part of 
Lot 11, Concession 4, W.H.S., Creditview Road, Ward 
6, Canadian Reformed Church of Brampton, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council adopt By-law 111-89 being a by-law to 
adopt Amendment Number 162 to the Official Plan of 
the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 112-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88, as amended, (part of Lot 11, 
Concession 4, W.H.S., former Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 113-89 being a by-law to 
mend By-law 861 (part of Lot 16, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., In the geographic Township of Chinguacousy. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 04 
RE: EXCHANGE OF LAND - PEEL BOARD OF EDUCATION AND 
CIry. OF BRAMPTON = MORTON WAY PUBLIC 


SCHOOL/SHERIDAN WOODLANDS PARK (By-law 117-89). 
File: 7.1.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community 
Services dated 1989 05 04 re: Exchange of Land - 
Peel Board of Education and City of Brampton - 
Morton Way Public School/Sheridan Woodlands Park, 
be received, and: 


THAT Council endorse a 700 square meter land 
exchange between the Peel Board of Education and 
the City of Brampton at Morton Way Public School 
and Sheridan Woodlands Park in accordance with the 
conditions outlined in this report and providing 
all associated costs are borne by the Peel Board of 
Education, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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2. 


FURTHER THAT an agreement be entered into that is 
satisfactory to the Law Department and staff, and: 


THAT the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the 
agreement, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 117-89 being a by-law to 
authorize an exchange of lands with the Peel Board 
of Education for Morton Way Public School. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
05 03 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 


PART OF LOT 8, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., WARD 5, D. 


BHATTACHARYA (BY-LAWS 115-89 AND 116-89). File: 
C1W8.17 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 05 03 re: Application to 
amend the ee By-law, part of Lot 8, Concession 
diy, Wes HcS:. Ward 5, D. Bhattacharya, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
115-89 being a by-law to authorize an agreement 
between Green Leaf Homes Inc., The Corporation of 
the City of Brampton, The Regional Municipality of 
Peel and Vito Ferrara, Guiseppina Ferrara and Emmit 
Developments Limited. 


THAT Council enact By-law 116-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 8, Concession 1, 
W.H.S., geographic Township of Chinguacousy) . 


MYRNA STEARRY  CLERK-TREASURER, THE TOWNSHIP OF 
SOUTH CROSBY DATED 1989 04 RE: UNCONDITIONAL 
GRANTS. File: 21.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Myrna Stearry, 
Clerk-Treasurer, The Township of South Crosby dated 
1989 04, be received and ENDORSED. 


HONOURABLE JOHN EAKINS, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DATED 1989 04 19 RE: PROGRAM FOR 
RENEWAL, IMPROVEMENT, DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC 
REVITALIZATION PRIDE - APPLICATION FOR THE 
1989-1990 PROGRAM YEAR. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable John 
Eakins, Minister, Ministry of Municipal Affairs 
dated 1989 04 19 re: Program for Renewal, 
Improvement, Development and Economic 
Revitalization (PRIDE) - Application for the 1989 
-1990 Program Year, be received, and; 


THAT City Council accepts the Provincial allocation 
of $350,000.00 for the PRIDE Program for the City 
of Brampton. 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 04 13. File: 16.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
Peel, meeting held 1989 04 13, be received. 


CONTRACT 89-26 - MAJOR ROAD REPAIR. File: 


24.26.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-26 - Major Road Repair, be awarded 
to Malton Construction Ltd., in the total revised 
amount of $800,000.00 (Eight Hundred Thousand 
Dollars) being the lowest acceptable bid received, 
and; 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 05 04 re: Contract 
89-26 - Major Road Repair, be received, and: 


THAT the remaining $100,000.00 be reallocated to 
the George Street Reconstruction Project. 


CONTRACT 89-13 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF TREES AND 
SHRUBS. File: 24.13.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-13 - Supply and Delivery of Trees 
and Shrubs be awarded at the unit prices as 
indicated on the summary sheet as follows: 


Springbrook Nursery Ltd., in the total amount of 
$17,632.85 (Seventeen Thousand, Six Hundred & 
Thirty Two Dollars & Highty Five Cents). 


Dutchmaster Nurseries Ltd., in the total amount of 
$349.50 (Three Hundred & Forty Nine Dollars & Fifty 
Cents). 


W. Richardson Farms Ltd., in the total amount of 
$7,447.00 (Seven Thousand, Four Hundred & Forty 
Seven Dollars). 


M. Sebastiao Ltd., in the total amount of $3,875.00 
(Three Thousand, Eight Hundred & Seventy Five 
Dollars). 


Redleaf Nurseries Limited in the total amount of 
$25,610.00 (Twenty Five Thousand, Six Hundred & Ten 
Dollars) 


Braun Nursery Limited in the total amount of 
$4,325.05 (Four Thousand, Three Hundred & Twenty 
Five Dollars & Five Cents). 


M. Putzer Hornby Nursery Ltd., in the total amount 
of $18,812.30 (Eighteen Thousand, Eight Hundred & 
Twelve Dollars & Thirty Cents). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


All plus 8% Provincial Sales Tax and all being the 
lowest acceptable bids received, and; 


THAT this Contract be awarded subject to receiving 
Ontario Municipal Board approval. 


* N 4. CONTRACT 89-110 - WIDENING OF BRAMALEA ROAD (FROM 
STEELES AVENUE TO SOUTHERLY CITY LIMITS). File: 
24.110.89 
RECOMME\INDAT ION 
THAT Contract 89-110 - Widening of Bramalea Road 
(from Steeles Avenue to Southerly City limits be 
awarded to Graham Bros. Construction Limited in the 
total amount of $713,450.65 (Seven Hundred & 
Thirteen Thousand, Four Hundred & Fifty Dollars & 
Sixty Five Cents) being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 

i N 5. CONTRACT 89-107 - RECONSTRUCTION OF ORENDA ROAD 
FROM KENNEDY ROAD TO HEART LAKE ROAD. File: 
24.107.89 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-107 - Reconstruction of Orenda 
Road from Kennedy Road to Heart Lake Road be 
awarded to Graham Bros. Construction Limited in the 
total amount of $1,280,100.10 (One Million, ‘Two 
Hundred & Eighty Thousand, One Hundred Dollars & 
Ten Cents) being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 
Included in the above mentioned amount is an amount 
of $105,817.20 (One Hundred & Five Thousand, Eight 
Hundred & Seventeen Dollars & Twenty Cents) for the 
installation of Sanitary Sewers which is subject to 
approval by the Council of the Regional 
Municipality of Peel, and; 
THAT this Contract be awarded subject to receiving 
confirmation from the Ministry of Transportation 
that a special subsidy of $550,000.00 will be made 
available for this project. 

CARRIED 

E. DELEGATIONS - NIL 

F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 

* Fo 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


04 27 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW PART OF LOT 11 CONCESSION 4 
W.H.S. CREDITVIEW ROAD, WARD 6 CANADIAN REFORMED 
CHURCH OF BRAMP'TON BY-LAWS 111-89 112-89 AND 
113-89). File: C4W11.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


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C219-89 
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C220-89 

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C221-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 04 
RE: BALMORAL POOL - RENOVATIONS. File: 7.1.4 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community 
Services dated 1989 05 04 re: Balmoral Pool - 
Renovations. be received, and; 


THAT Council approve the Balmoral Renovation 
Project in the gross amount of $110,000.00 to be 
financed from Reserve Fund #6, and; 


FURTHER THAT the Treasurer be authorized to make 
the necessary transfers, and; 


FURTHER THAT grants from the Ministry of Tourism 
and Recreation for this project be used to reduce 
the gross cost of the project. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 04 
RE: EXCHANGE OF LAND - PEEL BOARD OF EDUCATION AND 
Gisky: OF BRAMPTON = MORTON WAY PUBLIC 


SCHOOL/SHERIDAN WOODLANDS PARK (BY-LAW 117-89). 
File: 7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 05 03 RE: CONTRACT 89-19 - MECHANICAL STREET 
SWEEPING. File: 24.19.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 05 03 re: Contract 
89-1 - Mechanical Street Sweeping, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize the reallocation of 
$25,000.00 from Contract 89-24 - Asphalt Overlay 
which will be accordingly reduced to an amount not 
to exceed $1,175,000.00 to Contract 89-19 - 
Mechanical Street Sweeping. 


DIRECTOR OF ZONING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT DATED 


1989 05 04 RE: REQUEST FROM MR. D. J. STRONG TO 
DISCHARGE A CANNON WITHIN THE CITY. File: 7.1.1 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report form the Director of Zoning and 
By-law Enforcement dated 1989 05 04 re: Request 
from Mr. D. J. Strong to discharge a cannon within 
the City, be received, and; 


THAT Mr. D. J. Strong's request to discharge a 
model cannon within the City limits be denied. 


CARRIED 


C222-89 


C223-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 03 
RE: ARTS/CULTURAL NEEDS STUDY. File: 7.1.4 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community 
Services dated 1989 05 03 re: Arts/Cultural Needs 
Study, be received, and; 


THAT the firm of Jean Monteith and Associates Ltd. 
be contracted to carry out the City of Brampton 
Arts/Cultural Needs Study in accordance with the 
terms of reference endorsed by the Study Steering 
Committee at a fee not to exceed $12,880.00, and: 


FURTHER THAT the study be financed from Reserve #10 
in the amount of $12,880.00, and; 


THAT th Treasurer b authorized to transfer 
$7,180.00 to Reserve #10 for a total amount of 
$12,880.00 to fund the Arts/Cultural Needs Study. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 05 04 RE: RECONSTRUCTION OF GEORGE STREET 
BETWEEN WELLINGTON AND NELSON STREET, CONTRACT 
89-112. File: 24.112.89. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded bv Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 O05 04 re: 
Reconstruction of George Street between Wellington 
and Nelson Street, Contract 89-112, be received, 
and; 


THAT the Commissioner of Public Works and Building 
be authorized to call tenders for the 
reconstruction of George Street between Nelson and 
Wellington and Nelson Street between George Street 
and Main Street, and; 


THAT the tender be funded through a special capital 
account with the Treasurer authorized to transfer 
$490,000.00 from the revenue fund to the capital 
fund, and; 


FURTHER THAT the Treasurer b authorized to 
transfer additional funds to the capital fund as 
required with any unfunded balance at the end of 
1989 being provided for in the 1990 proposed 
Current Budget of the Public Works Department, and; 


THAT the Treasurer b authorize to transfer 
$100,000.00 from the Surplus for Current Fund 
Contracts and the amount of Contract 89-24 (Asphalt 
Overlay) be changed to $1,085,000.00. 


CARRIED 


C224-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
05 03 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART OF LOT 8, CONCESSION I, W.H.S , WARD 5, OD. 
BHATTACHARYA BY-LAWS 115-89 AND 116-89). File: 
C1W8.17 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
05 08 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART BLOCK C AND PLAN 859 AND PART OF LOT 7, 
CONCESSION 5, E.H.S., WARD J1, BREMCAN HOLDINGS 
CORP. (BY-LAWS 119-89 120-89 AND 121-89). File: 


C5E7.10 


Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 05 08 re: Application to 
amend the zoning by-law - part of Block C, Plan 859 
and part of Lot 7, Concession 5, E.H.S., be 
received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 119-89 being a by-law to 
authorize the execution of an agreement between 
Bremcan Holdings Corp., The Corporation of the City 
of Brampton, The Regional Municipality of Peel and 
Canada Trustco Mortgage Company, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 120-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 7, Concession 5, 
BreeHS.a) in the geographic Township of 
Chinquacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 121-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 7, Concession 5, 
E.H.S., Geographic Township of Chinguacousy). 


CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 


C225-89 


C226-89 


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REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 04 26. File: 7.1 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report from the Administration and Finance 
Committee dated 1989 04 26, be approved as printed 
and circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTER DATED 
1989 04 26. File: 7.1.4 


Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 
22: 403 2 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 04 26, be approved as printed 
and circulated after extracting Items CS046-89 and 
CS048-89. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM CS046-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 
CS046-89 COMMISSTONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 04 19 


RE: REQUEST FOR USE OF ELDORADO PARK VOYAGERS CLUB 


THAT the report dated 1989 04 19 re: Request for 
use of Eldorado Park - Voyagers Club be received, 
and; 


THAT the request for Voyagers Club to use Eldorado 
Park on Saturday, May 7th, 1989 from 12:00 noon 
until 6:00 p.m. be approved, and further: 


THAT the rental fee of $185.00 be charged to the 
Council promotion account." 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM CS048-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS : 


CS048-89 


SUPERINTENDENT OF SPECIALIZED RECREATION FACILITIES 
AND PROGRAMME SERVICES DATED 1989 04 19 RE: 
CORRESPONDENCE  - BRAMPTON FIREFIGHTERS MUSCULAR 
DYSTROPHY COMMITTEE 


"THAT the report dated 1989 04 19 re Correspondence 
- Brampton Firefighters Muscular Dystrophy 
Committ be received, and; 


THAT the request of the Brampton Firefighters to 
us the Lester B. Pearson Theatre to hold their 
annual Muscular Dystrophy Telethon on May 27th and 
28th, 1989 be approved, and further; 


THAT the rental fee of $2,307.00 be charged to the 
Council promotion account." 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 
CARRIED 
I. CORRES PONDENCE 
* I 1. MYRNA STEARRY, CLERK-TREASURER, THE TOWNSHIP OF 


SOUTH CROSBY DATED 1989 04 RE: UNCONDITIONAL 
GRANTS. File: 21.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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a I 2. HONOURABLE JOHN _EAKINS, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DATED 1989 04 19 RE: PROGRAM FOR 
RENEWAL IMPROVEMENT DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC 
REVITALIZATION PRIDE a APPLICATION FOR THE 
1989-1990 PROGRAM YEAR. 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 

I 3. PAUL BARRON, NATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHATRMAN NATIONALS 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 05 O04 RE: RENTAL FEE FOR 
CHINGUACOUSY CURLING CLUB. File: 7.2.26 

C227-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 
THAT the correspondence from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 05 08 re: Letter of 
Request - Canadian National Racketball 
Championships, be received, and; 
THAT staff discuss the rates and recommendations 
outlined with Mr. Barron to determine what their 
needs and requirements will be. 

ise RESOLUTIONS - NIL 

K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

Tig PETITIONS - NIL 

CARRIED 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

a M 1. THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL, MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 04 13. File: 16.1 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 

M 2. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 6, MINUTES FROM 

THE MEETING HELD 1989 03 15. File: 16.2 
C228-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 6, meeting held 1989 03 15, be 
received. 
CARRIED 

M 3. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 8, MINUTES FROM 

THE MEETING HELD 1989 04 13. File: 16.2 
C229-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 

THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 8, meeting held 1989 04 13, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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M 4. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE WARD 9. MINUTES FROM 
THE MEETING HELD 1989 04 18. File: 16.2 
C230-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 9, meeting held 1989 04 18, be 
received. 
CARRIED 
M 5. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE WARD 10, MINUTES FROM 
THE MEETING HELD 1989 04 12. File: 16.2 
C231-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 10, meeting held 1989 04 12, be 
received, and; 
THAT Item 4 - Report of Councillor Robertson re: 
Estate Lots be referred to staff for a report. 
CARRIED 
M 6. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 08 
RE: WAIVING OF RENTAL FEE FOR TERRY MILLER 
RECREATION CENTRE ON BEHALF OF THE LIVERPOOL SOCCER 
DISASTER FUNDRATSING DANCE. 
C232-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the Rental Fee of $700.00 for the Terry Miller 
Recreation Centre for the fundraising dance on 
behalf of the Liverpool Soccer disaster be waived 
and charged to the Council Promotion account 
subject to the conditions in the Recommendation 
submitted by Mr. D. Gordon, Commissioner of 
Community Services. 
LOST 
N. TENDERS 
N 1. CONTRACT 89-14 - REFURBISHING OF TEN 10 ONLY 
TRANSIT BUSES. File: 24.14.89 
C233-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded bv Councillor Russell 


THAT Contract 89-14 - Refurbishing of ten (10) only 
Transit Buses, be awarded to National Refurbishing 
Inc., in the corrected total amount of $258,285.55 
(Two Hundred & Fifty Eight Thousand, Two Hundred & 
Eighty Five Dollars & Fifty Five Cents) being the 
lowest acceptable bid received. 


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CONTRACT 89-26 - MAJOR ROAD REPAIR. File: 24.26.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


CONTRACT 89-13 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF TREES AND 
SHRUBS. File: 24.13.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


CONTRACT 89-110 - WIDENING OF BRAMALEA ROAD (FROM 


STEELES AVENUE TO SOUTHERLY CITY LIMITS). File: 
24.110.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


CONTRACT 89-107 - RECONSTRUCTION OF ORENDA ROAD 
FROM KENNEDY ROAD TO HEART LAKE ROAD. File: 
24.107.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C218-89. 


O. BY-LAWS 


C234-89 


Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT By-laws 108-89 to 121-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 05 O08 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, and 
signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal 
affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
108-89 To appoint a chief building official and 


inspectors for the enforcement of the 
Ontario Building Code. 


109-89 To appoint municipal By-law enforcement 
officers. 

110-89 A by-law to amend By-law 308-83 
(Appointment of Officials) (re: City 
Treasurer) 

111-89 To adopt Amendment Number 162 to the 


Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 


112-89 To amend By-law 151-88, as amended, (part 
of Lot 11, Concession 4, W.H.S., former 


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Township of Chinguacousy) . 


113-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 16, 
Concession 1, E.H.S., in the geographic 


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Township of Chinguacousy) . 


114-89 To establish certain lands as part of a 
public highway (Knightsbridge Road). 


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115-89 To authoriz th execution of an 
agreement between Green Leaf Homes Inc., 
The Corporation of the City of Brampton, 
The Regional Municipality of Peel and 
Vito Ferrara, Guiseppina Ferrara and 
Emmit Developments Limited. 

116-89 To amend By-law 200-82 (part of lot 8, 
Concession 1, W.H.S., geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 

117-89 To authorize an exchange of lands with 
the Peel Board of Education for Morton 
Way Public School. 

8-89 To amend By-law 93-89. 

9-89 To authorize an agreement between Bremcan 
Holdings Corp., The Corporation of the 
City of Brampton, The Regional 
Municipality of Peel and Canada Trustco 
Mortgage Company. 

120-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 7, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 

121-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 7, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy) . 

Px "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PROPERTY 
MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY QUT THE DIRECTIONS 
GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE 
PROPERTY MATTERS. 


C235-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT By-law 122-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 05 08 be given the required 


number of 
the Mayor 
thereto. 


122-89 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


readings, taken as read, and signed by 
and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 


CARRIED 


To confirm the proceedings of Council 
meeting held 1989 05 08. 


C236-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 08 


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THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
Wednesday, May 24th, 1989 or at the call of the 
Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:50 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


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CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 
PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
Al. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 05 24. 
C237-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 
THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 05 24, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 
CARRIED 

AMENDMENTS 

DELETE 

E 3. ROCHELE GUILFORD/JONATHAN SPEIGAL RE:PEDESTRIAN WALKWAYS - 
McKILLOP COURT, CONOVER COURT, AND HAROLD STREET. 

File: 7.1.6 

E 4. V.R. HAMILL RE: PEDESTRIAN WALKWAYS - McKILLOP COURT, CONOVER 
COURT, AND HAROLD STREET. File:7.1.6 

ADD: 

F12. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 24 RE: 
RECREATION DEVELOPMENT, DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART EAST HALF OF LOT 
17, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., WARD 2 (BY-LAWS 134-89 AND 135-89). 
File: C1W17.3 

F13. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 24 RE: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., WARD 9 (BY-LAWS 136-89, 
137-89, AND 138-89). File: C5E3.9 


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B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


B 1. COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - ITEM F 13 - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 

OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 3, 
E.H.S., TORBRAM ROAD, WARD 9, IONIC MASONIC CORPORATION - 
MEMBER OF THE MASONIC LODGE WHICH BELONGS TO THE IONIC 
MASONIC CORPORATION. 


B 2. COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - ITEM P097-89 - JAMES & SARA SILVA - PART 
LOT 7, CON. 1, W.H.S., LOT 26, REGISTERED PLAN BR-32 AND ITEM 
P103-89 - WARD FUNERAL HOME - PART LOT 1, PI,AN BR-21 - HAS 
BUSINESS DEALINGS WITH BOTH APPLICANTS. 


B 3. ALDERMAN BEISEL - ITEM P101-89 - 772409 ONTARIO LIMITED - 
PART LOT 6, CON.1, W.H.S. - PARENTS LIVE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY 
TO THE APPLICANT'S LANDS. 


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(ETING HELD 1989 05 08. 


C238-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held 1989 05 
08 ,be approved as printed and circulated. 


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D. CONSENT MOTION 


C238-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items and that 
the various Officials of the Corporation are hereby 
authorized and directed to take such action as may be 


necessary to give effect of the recommendations as therein 
contrained: 


* Ee Le COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANT CLERK 
DATED 1989 04 18 RE: CALLDRON GAS BARS LIMITED - WARD 6. 
File: C5W10.2 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development and Assistant Clerk 
dated 1989 04 18 re: Calldron Gas Bars Limited 
- Ward 6, be received, and; 


THAT Council direct the Clerk to forward the 
Notice of Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board 
in accordance with Section 34 (21) of the 
Planning Act, 1983. 


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COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 04 30 
RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR APRIL 1989. 
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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public Works and 
Building dated 1989 04 30 re: Monthly Report from April 1989, 
be received. 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 05 15 RE: PART LOT CONTROL 
EXEMPTION, DEXFIELD INVESTMENTS INC. WARD 2, PART OF BLOCK 
274, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-631 (BY-LAW 123-89). File: 

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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 05 15 re: 
Part Lot Control Exemption, Dexfield Investments Inc. - Ward 
2, Part of Block 274, Registered Plan 43M-631, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council approv th request for Part Lot Control 
exemption, and; 


THAT Council authorize th nactment of By-law 123-89 being a 
by-law to prevent the application of part lot control to part 
of Registered Plan 43M-631 (Dexfield Investments Inc.). 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 16 RE: 
DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS , PouRs b.. Dok. 1988/1989 
(BY-LAW 13089). File: 7.1.1. 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 05 16 re: Downtown Streetscape 
Improvements, P.R.I.D.E. 1988/1989, be received, and; 


THAT City Council enact by-law 130-89 being a by-law to 
authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute a final agreement 
with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 11 RE: 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S., WARD 4, 574971 
ONTARIO LIMITED (BY-LAW 129-89). File: C2W5.2 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 05 11 re: Draft Plan of Subdivision 
and Application to amend the Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 5, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., Ward 4, 574971 Ontario Limited, be 
received, and; 


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THAT Council authorize th nactment of zoning By-law 129-89 
being a by-law to amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 5, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute 
the final subdivision agreement approved by the City 
Solicitor and all other documents approved by the City 
Solicitor required to implement the provisions of the 
subdivision agreement, and; 


THAT in accordance with Section 34 (16) of the Planning Act, 
1983, Council hereby determines that no further public notice 
is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 19 RE: 
NORTONVILLE WEST - AWARD OF CONTRACT TREE PLANTING AND 
ASPHALT WALKWAY INSTALLATION. File: 6.89 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community Services 
dated 1989 05 19 re: Nortonville West - Award of Contract - 
Tree Planting and asphalt Walkway Installation, be received, 
and; 


THAT the Treasurer is hereby authorized to transfer 
$78,375.00 from the Reserve Fund for Future Construction 
(#18) to Capital Project #22.376.1400, and; 


THAT the City's portion of the work in the total amount of 
$117,47B.00 be awarded to Labelle Contracting and $7,986.51 
be awarded to the subdividers's consultant Baker Salmona 
Assoc. Ltd. for contract and administration of the City's 
portion of the project. 


CHAIRMAN CONSULTANT SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 1989 05 i9 RE: 
CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR EXPANSION OF TRANSIT CENTRE, 185 
CLARK BOULEVARD. File: 6.7.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the report from the Chairman, Consultant 
Selection Committee dated 1989 05 19 re: Consultant Selection 
for Expansion of Transit Centre, 185 Clark Boulevard, be 
received, and; 


THAT a contract be awarded to R. E. Winter Associates in the 
fixed amount of $295,000 for the design, specification and 
construction supervision of the Transit Centre expansion, 
and; 


THAT the awarding of this contract be subject to Ontario 
Municipal Board approval for expenditures in excess of 
$100,000.00. 


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HONOURABI.E CHRIS WARD, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF EDUCATION DATED 
1989 05 02 RE: CORRESPONDENCE IN RESPONSE TO THE PROVINCE'S 
GREEN PAPER ON FINANCING GROWTH-RELATED CAPITAL NEEDS, File: 
LEAL C589 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable Chris Ward, 
Minister, Ministry of Education dated 1989 05 02 re: 
Correspondence in response to the Province's Green Paper on 
Financing Growth-Related Capital Needs, be received. 


DANIEL CROMBIE, METROPOLITAN TORGNTO CLERK, THE MUNICIPALITY 
OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO DATED 1989 04 28 RE: NORTHWEST METRO 
TRANSPORTATION STUDY, MUNICIPAL RESPONSES TO PHASE 1 (NEEDS 
ANALYSIS). File: 21.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


HAT the correspondence from Daniel Crombie, Metropolitan 
oronto Clerk, The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto dated 
989 O04 28 re: Northwest Metro Transportation Study, 
unicipal Responses to Phase 1 (Needs Analysis), be received. 


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RT SMITH, SECRETARY TREASURER, THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, 
MAJOR WM. DWIGHT SHARPE BRANCH 15 DATED 1989 05 19 RF,: 
ANNUAL DECORATION DAY AND CHIJRCH PARADE SUNDAY JUNE 4TH 
1989. File: 7.2.26 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Art Smith, Secretary Treasurer, 
The Royal Canadian Legion, Major Wm. Dwight Sharpe Branch 15 
dated 1989 05 19 re: Annual Decoration Day and Church Parade, 
Sunday, June 4th, 1989, be received, and; 


THAT the request be approved in accordance with the parade 
route outlined in the letter subject to necessary 
arrangements with City staff and Peel Regional Police. 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF P 
27. File: 16.1 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel dated 
1989 04 27, be received. 


MINUTES FROM THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MEETING HELD 1989 04 10. File: 16.3 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Board of Management, Downtown 
Brampton Business Improvement Area meeting held 1989 04 10, 
be received. 


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MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD M 
16. File: 16.10 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage Board meeting 
held 1989 03 16, be received, and; 


THAT Council endorse the following motions:"THAT St. Andrews 
Presbyterian Church be designated a historical building", 
and; 


"THAT Grace United Church be designated as a 
historical building". 


CONTRACT 89-18 — SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF POTATO CHIPS. File 
24.18.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-18 - Supply and Delivery of Potato Chips be 
awarded to Humpty Dumpty Foods Limited at the unit price 
tendered being the only acceptable bid received. 


CONTRACT 89-17 - CONSTRUCTION OF THE BRAMALEA CITY CENTRE 
TRANSIT TERMINAL. File: 24.17.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-17 - Construction of the Bramalea City 
Centre Transit Terminal be cancelled and recalled using 
revised specifications. 


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HERB PHILLIPS RE: BRAMPTON EXCELSIOR LACROSSE CLUB. File: 
Ped A 


Mr. Dean McLeod appeared on behalf of the Brampton Excelsior 
Lacrosse Club and requested that Council endorse a brief 
presented to the Federal Government by the Canadian Lacrosse 
Association requesting Lacross b ndorsed as Canada's 
National Game. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Dean McLeod re Brampton 
Excelsior Lacrosse Club, be received, and; 


THAT an appropriate resolution be put forth at the next 
Council meeting of June 12th, 1989. 


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E 2. DARLENE BAKER RE: ACCESS TO PERMANENT HOUSING COMMITTEE OF 
PEEL. File: 7.1.6 
Ms. Baker advised Council of the workings of the Access to 
Permanent Housing Committee of Peel and indicated when som 
future meetings were scheduled. Council enquired if perhaps a 
few of the meetings could be held in the City. The delegation 
agreed to investigate this suggestion. 
C241-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded bY Alderman Gibson 
THAT the delegation from Ms. Darlene Baker re Access to 
Permanent Housing Committ of Peel, be received. 
CARRIED 
F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
Bed, COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANT CLERK 
DATED 1989 04 18 RE: CALLDRON GAS BARS LIMITED - WARD 6. 
File: C5W10.2 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
Bo? COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 04 30 
RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR APRIL 1989. Pile: 7 bey f7 eit 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
BY Sis COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANT CLERK 
DATED 1989 05 15 RE: BY-LAWS 82-89, 83-89, 85-89 AND 86-89 
GROUP HOMES. File: 19.5 
C241A-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded bs Alderman Gibson 
THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development and Assistant Clerk dated 1989 05 15 re: By-laws 
82-89, 83-89, 85-89 and 86-89 Group Homes, be received, and; 
THAT Council direct the Clerk to forward the Notice of Appeal 
to the Ontario Municipal Board in accordance with Section 34 
(21) of the Planning Act, 1983. 
CARRIED 
* F 4. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 05 15 RE: PART LOT CONTROL 
EXEMPTION, DEXFIELD INVESTMENTS INC. WARD 2 PART OF BLOCK 274 
REGISTERED PLAN 43M-631 (BY-LAW 123-89). File: 7.1.6.3 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
x B23 COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 16 RE: 


DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS , P.sR..1-D. Bi 1988/1989 
(BY-LAW 130- 89). File: 7.1.1. 


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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


C242-89 


C243-89 


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COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 11 RE: 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 2 AND 3, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S., WARD 4, 
717871 ONTARIO LIMITED, (FORMERLY LAKEVIEW ESTATES 
LIMITED) (BY-LAW 128-89) File: C2W5.2 


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Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 05 11 re: Draft Plan of Subdivision 
and Application to amend the Zoning By-law, Part of Lots 2 
and 3, Concession 2, W.H.S., Ward 4, 717871 Ontario Limited 
(formerly Lakeview Estates Limited), be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize th nactment of zoning By-law 128-89 
being a by-law to amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lots 2 and 3, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute 
the final subdivision agreement approved by the City 
Solicitor and all other documents approved by the City 
Solicitor required to implement the provisions of the 
subdivision agreement, and; 


THAT in accordance with Section 34 (16) of the Planning Act, 
1983, Council hereby determines that no further public notice 
is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 11 RE: 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE sONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S., WARD 4, 574971 
ONTARIO LIMITED (BY-LAW 129-89). File: C2W5.2 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


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CITY CLERK/DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION DATED 1989 05 15 RE: 
ELECTRONIC VOTING - COUNCIL CHAMBERS. File: 7.2.55.1 


The following motion was presented: 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the City Clerk/Director of 
Administration dated 1989 05 15 re Electronic Voting - 
Council Chambers, be received. 


An amendment was submitted as follows: 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the City Clerk further investigate the merits of an 
electronic voting system and report back to Council the exact 
cost to implement during construction of the new City Hall. 


LOST 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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COUNCIL VOTED ON THE ORIGINAL MOTION AS PRESENTED AND IT WAS 
NOTED CARRIED. 


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FQ COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 17 RE: 

NEW CITY HALL. File: 7.2.55.1 
Alison Hymas, consultant, made a presentation to Council on 
the new City Hall and Mr. Brad Johnson made a presentation 
with regard to landscaping in the Cenotaph and Gage Park. 
The following motion was presented: 

C245-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 
THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development re New City Hall, be received, and; 
THAT subject to the Consultant Selection Committee's approval 
of the Terms of Reference and selection of a consultant, 
staff be instructed to proceed with the study of a telephone 
system for the new City Hall at a cost not to exceed 
$15,000.00, and; 
THAT Council approve a budget increase of $10,130,000.00 for 
a total amount of $40,500,100.00 with debentures not to 
exceed $31,500,100.00, and; 
THAT Council authorize the City Clerk to seek Ontario 
Municipal Board approvgal for an amendment to Ontario 
Municipal Board Order #E870274, for a bulk approval for an 
amount of $40,500,100.00 with debentures not to exceed 
$31,500,100.00. 
An amendment was submitted as follows: 

C246-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded bs Alderman Metzak 
THAT this item be referred back to staff for a more detailed 
written report to be provided for Council. 

LOST 
COUNCIL RECESSED AT 10:00 P.M. AND RECONVENED AT 10:12 P.M. 
COUNCIL CONSIDERED THE ORIGINAL MOTION AS PRESENTED AND ON A RECORDED 


VOTE, THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION CARRIED WITH 12 YEAS, AND 5 NAYES, AS 
FOLLOWS: 
IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 
Alderman Bissell Alderman Gibson 
Alderman Fennell Alderman Miles 
Alderman PalleschiAlderman Metzak 
Councillor Andrews Councillor Carter 
Councillor Russell Councillor Beglay 
Mayor Whillans 
Alderman Beisel 
Councillor Robertson 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


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C247-89 
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C248-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 
NORTONVILLE WEST - 
ASPHALT WALKWAY INSTALLATION. 


1989 05 19 RE: 
AWARD OF CONTRACT - TREE PLANTING AND 
File: 6.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


CHAIRMAN, CONSULTANT SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 1989 05 19 RE: 
CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR EXPANSION OF TRANSIT CENTRE, 1 
CLARK BOULEVARD. File: 6.7.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


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COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 24 RE: 
RECREATION DEVELOPMENT, DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART EAST HALF OF LOT 
17, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., WARD 2 (BY-LAWS 134-89 AND 135-89). 
File: C1W17.3 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 05 24 re: Recreation Development, 
Draft Plan of Subdivision and Application to amend the Zoning 
By-law, part east half of Lot 17, Concession 1, W.H.S., Ward 
2, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize th 
being a by-law to amend By-law 861 
Concession a W.H.S., in the 
Chinguacousy), and; 


nactment of zoning By-law 134-89 
(part of Lot 17, 
geographic Township of 


THAT Council authorize th nactment of zoning By-law 135-89, 
being a by-law to amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 17, 
Concession 1, W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 05 24 R 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART OF LOT 5, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., TORBRAM ROAD, WARD 9, 


ira 


IONIC MASONIC | CORPORATION (BY-LAWS 136-89, 137-89 AND 
138-89). File: C5E3.9 
COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OFINTEREST AND 


REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON TH 


T. 


MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 05 24 re: Application to Amend the 
Official Plan and Zoning By-law, part of Lot 5, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., Torbram Road, Ward 9, Ionic Masonic Corporation, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council adopt By-law 136-89, being a by-law to adopt 
Amendment Number 163 to the Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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THAT Council enact By-law 137-89, being a by-law it amend 
By-law 861 as amended (part of Lot 5, Concession 3, E.H.S., 
in the geographic Township of Chinquacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 138-89, being a by-law to amend 
By-law 151-88, as amended (part of Lot 5, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township of Chinguacousy). and; 


FURTHER THAT the Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to 
execute the final development agreement as approved by the 
City Solicitor and all other documents approved by the City 
Solicitor required to implement the provisions of the 
Development aqreement. 


CARRIED 
MOTION TO CONTINUE BEYOND 11:55 P.M. 
C249-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 
THAT pursuant to Section 22.1 of By-law 62-81 (The Procedural 
By-law) as amended, Council shall continue until all matters 
have been dealt with as listed on the agenda. 
CARRIED 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
Gl. REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 05 17. 
File: 7.1.7 
C250-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 
THAT the report from the Public Works Committee dated 1989 05 
17, be approved as printed and circulated after extracting 
items PWO68-89 and PWO7 1-89. 
CARRIED 
COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PWO68-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


PW068-89 


MANAGER, TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVTCES DATED 1989 05 10 RE: 
SPEED ZONING - HURONTARIO STREET SOUTH OF STEELES AVENUE 


Gl 


Tr. 


THAT the report from the Manager, Traffic Engineering 
Services dated 1989 05 10 re Speed Zoning - Hurontario Street 
south of Steeles Avenue be received, and; 


THAT the speed zoning limits be changed back to 80 k.p.h. up 
to Ray Lawson Boulevard and a sign be posted between City 
limits and Ray Lawson Boulevard warning of a reduction ahead 
to 60 k.p.h. 


CARRI] 


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COUNCIL 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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EXTRACTED ITEM PWO71-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


PWO71-89 


C251-89 


C252-89 


COUNCIL 


MANAGER, TRAFFICE ENGINNERING SERVICES DATED 1989 05 10 RE: 
SPEED ZONING - KENNEDY ROAD NORTH 


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Tr. 


THAT the report dated 1989 05 10 re Speed Zoning - Kennedy 
Road North be received, and; 


THAT the speed limit on Kennedy Road in the vicinity of Notre 
Dame School remain at 60 km/hr. 


CARRIED 


2. REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE 
DATED 1989 05 17. File: 7.1.1 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee, dated 1989 05 17, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


3. REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 05 23. File: 
ews 620 


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COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST ON ITEMS 
PO097-89 AND P103-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING 
ON THE MATTERS. 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTFREST ON IT 
P101-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON T 
MATTER. 


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Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee dated 1989 05 23, 
be approved as printed and circulated after extracting item 
PO99-89, 


CARRIED 


EXTRACTED ITEM P099-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


P099-89 


PARKING STANDARDS FOR DANCE SCHOOLS AND OTHER RECREATION TYP 
SCHOOLS 


Tr. 


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THAT the report dated 1989 05 18 re Parking Standards for 
dance schools and other recreation type schools be received, 


and: 

1. THAT the Comprehensive Zoning By-laws of the City be 
amended: 

(a) By replacing the existing parking requirement for 


"Commercial or Technical School" with the following: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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"Commercial, Technical or Recreational School" 

- 4 parking spaces for each teaching classroom or 
equivalent faciltiy, or 1 space for each 20 
metres of aross commercial floor area; 


(b) By deleting the definition of "Commercial School" and 
replacing it with the following: 
"SCHOOL, COMMERCIAL, TECHNICAL OR RECREATIONAL shall 


mean a building or place where training in language 


skills, secretarial skills or other trade skills, or 
training in sports, dance, or other recreational 
skills, is provided for compensation."; 

(c) By including Commercial, Technical or Recreational 


Schools as permitted purposes in all industrial zones. 


2. THAT in the interim period before this proposed amendment is 
approved, the parking requirement for dance or recreational 
schools be interpreted as that for "Commercial or Technical 
School" or 1 space per 23 square metres, whichever is 
qreater, and; 

3). THAT a Public Meeting be held in accordance with City Council 
procedures." 

CARRIED 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
As CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 04 19 RE: CITY GRANTS 
TO ORGANIZATIONS. File: 7.1 
C253-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 
THAT the report from the Chief Administrative Officer, dated 
1989 04 26, re City Grants to Organizations, be received. 
CARRIED 
I. CORRES PONDENCE 

Te. Ales MICHAEL K. WOOD, DEPUTY CLERK, TOWN OF OAKVILLE DATED 1989 04 
26 RE: ENDORSEMENT OF RESOLUTION REGARDING ROAD CUTS. File: 
215.1 

C254-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Michael X. Wood, 
Town of Oakville dated 1989 04 26 re: 
Resolution regarding Road Cuts, be received. 


Deputy Clerk, 
Endorsement of 


CARRIED 


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C255-89 
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C256-89 
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C257-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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HONOURABLE CHRIS WARD, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF EDUCATION DATED 
1989 05 02 RE: CORRESPONDENCE IN RESPONSE TO THE PROVINCE'S 
GREEN PAPER ON FINANCING GROWTH-RELATED CAPITAL NEEDS. File: 
Peds Lif6 389 


T. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


F. ANDREWS, M.T.R.C.A. REPRESENTATIVE AND N. PORTEOUS, 
M.T.R.C.A. REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE REGION OF PEEL DATED 1989 
05 03 RE: 5 YEAR IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR THE CONSERVATION AREAS 
OF CLATREVILLE, BOYD, GREENWOOD AND PETTICOAT CREEK, AND 
PROPOSED TRAIL SYSTEM THROUGH M.T.R.C.A. LANDS. File: 7.2.40 


T. 


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Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the correspondence from F. Andrews, M.T.R.C.A. 
Representative and N. Porteous, M.T.R.C.A. Representative for 
the Region of Peel dated 1989 05 03 re: 5 Year Improvement 
Plan for the Conservation Areas of Claireville, Boyd, 
Greenwood and Petticoat Creek, and proposed Trail System 
through M.T.R.C.A. lands, be received, and; 


THAT the lease of conservation lands north of Highway #7 for 
equestrian usage not conflict with the proposed trail system 
being planned north of the Claireville Conservation Area. 


CARRIED 


PAUL RENNICK. CHAIRMAN, SITING TASK FORCE DATED 1989 05 O1 

Ei WRITTEN REQUEST FROM CITY COUNCIL FOR A TASK FORCE 
PRESENTATION BEFORE JUNE 15, 1989, TO COUNCI1 RE LOW-LEVEL 
RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT. File: 7.1.7 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the correspondence from Paul Rennick, Chairman, Siting 
Task Force dated 1989 05 O01 re: Written request from City 
Council for a Task Force Presentation before June 15, 1989, 
to Council re Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK, THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY 
OF PEEL DATED 1989 04 20 RE: MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION COMPLEX 
NETWORK AND FACILITY STUDY. File: 7.2.23 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Deborah E. Trouten, Regional 
Clerk, The Regional Municipality of Peel dated 1989 04 20 re: 
Material Classification Complex Network and Facility Study, 
be received, and; 


C258-89 
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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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THAT the Material Classification Complex Network and 
Facilities Study be endorsed, and; 


THAT the Commissioner of Public Works and Building and the 
Commissioner of Planning and Development represent the City 
of Brampton on this committee together with Pat May, 10 
Carberry Crescent. 


CARRIED 


JULIE HAMMOND, CARDINAL LEGER SECONDARY SCHOOL, FAMILY PICNIC 
PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 05 18 RE: REQUEST FOR PARKING 
ON GUEST STREET, BEATTY STREET AND MARY STREET - SUNDAY JUNE 
4TH, 1989. File: 7.2.26 


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Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT th correspondenc from Julie Hammond, Cardinal Leger 
Secondary School, Family Picnic Planning Committee dated 1989 
05 18 re: Request for Parking on Guest Street, Beatty Street 
and Mary Street - Sunday, June 4th, 1989, be received. and; 


That this be referred to staff to assist in any way Possible. 


CARRIED 


RUDY ZALAMEDA, PRESIDENT, FILIPINO CIVIC AND CULTURAL CLUB - 
BRAMPTON DATED 1989 05 05 RE: PHILIPPIN INDEPENDENCE DAY 
CELEBRATION -— FLAG RAISING CEREMONY. File: 7.2.26 


Tr. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Rudy Zalameda, President, 
Filipino Civic and Cultural Club Brampton dated 1989 05 05 
re: Phillippine Independence Day Celebration - Flag Raising 
Ceremony, be received, and; 


THAT City Council allow the flag to fly for one day. 


CARRIED 


DANIEL CROMBIE, METROPOLITAN TORONTO CLERK, THE MUNICIPALITY 
OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO DATED 1989 04 28 RE: NORTHWEST METRO 
TRANSPORTATION STUDY, MUNICIPAL RESPONSES TO PHASE 1 (NEEDS 
ANALYSIS). File: 21.1 


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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


ART SMITH, SECRETARY TREASURER, THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, 
MAJOR WM. DWIGHT SHARPE BRANCH 15 DATED 1989 05 19 RE: ANNUAL 
DECORATION DAY AND CHURCH PARADE, SUNDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1989. 
File: 7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUT 


ES 1989 05 24 


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J. RESOLUTIONS - NIL 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION 
Ke ls COUNCILLOR PETER ROBERTSON PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING MOTION: 
"THAT the staff come forward with a report of an 
architectural control by-law for rural residential hamlets." 
Lit, PETITIONS - NIL 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
es Mi. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 04 
ZT File: 16.1 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
= M 2. MINUTES FROM THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MEETING HELD 1989 04 10. File: 
16.3 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
M 3. MINUTES FROM THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MEETING HELD 1989 05 15. File: 
16.3 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the minutes from the Board of Management, Downtown 
Brampton Business Improvement Area meeting held 1989 05 15, 
be received, and; 
THAT the following motion, 'That we oppose segments of the 
Peel Regional Draft Plan as it involves primary urban sites, 
in that Downtown Brampton must be considered as a primary 
urban site also, and would request the support of City 
Council in this regard,' be extracted and referred to our 
Planning staff for consideration in preparation of our 
position with respect to the Draft Official Plan for the 
Region of Peel, and; 
FURTHER THAT we request consideration of the Queen Street 
corridor more appropriately be designated as a Primary Urban 
Centre in the Region of Peel. 
CARRIED 
x M 4. MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MEETING HELD 1989 03 
16. File: 16.10 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
M 5. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 4 MEETING HELD 1989 04 
20. File: 16.2 
C259-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded bY Councillor Russell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' 
4, meeting held 1989 04 20, 


Advisory Committee, Ward 


be received. 


CARRII 


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M 6 CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 5, MEETING HELD 1989 04 
25. File: 16.2 
C260-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee, Ward 
5, meeting held 1989 04 25, be received, and; 
THAT staff address the following item: 
6 a. Handicap Wheelchair Accessability to Northwood Park 
from Roadway. 
CARRIED 
M7 CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 6, HELD 1989 04 19. File: 
16.2 
C261-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee, Ward 
6, meeting held 1989 04 19, be received. 
CARRIED 
N. TENDERS 
‘x Ns CONTRACT 89-18 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF POTATO CHIPS. File 
24.18.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
se N 2. CONTRACT 89-17 - CONSTRUCTION OF THE BRAMALEA CITY CENTRE 
TRANSIT TERMINAL. File: 24.17.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C239-89. 
Oz BY-LAWS 
C262-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 123-89 to 138-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 05 24 be given the required number 
of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and 
Clerk, and Corporate Seal affixed thereto 


CARRIED 


123-89To prevent the application of part lot control to part 
of Registered Plan 43M-631 (Dexfield Investments 
Inc.) 


124-89To amend By-law 126-81, as amended. 
125-89To Levy the Taxes for the Year 1989. 
126-89To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of traffic) for 


the placement of parking restrictions on 
Railroad street 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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127-89To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of traffic) for 
the placement of RATE OF SPEED - 40 KILOMETRES 
PER HOUR - Mill Street South. 
128-89To amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lots 2 and 3, 
Concession 2, W.H.S., in the geographic 
Towhnship of Chinguacousy). 
129-89To amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 5, Concession 2, 
W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 
130-89To authorize the execution of an agreement with the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs. 
131-89To appoint Plumbing Inspectors. 
132-89To authorize a capital expenditure in the amount of 
$40,500,100.00 for the construction of a new 
City Hall and two parking garages. 
133-89To authorize the execution of an agreement respecting 
the Geographic Information System. 
134-89To amend By-law 861 (part of lot 17, Concession 1, 
W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) 
135-89To amend By-law 151-88, as amended (part of Lot 17, 
Concession 1, W.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy) 
136-89To adopt Amendment Number 163 and Amendment Number 163A 
to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area 
137-89To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 3, Concession 5, 
E.H.S., geographic Township of Chinguacousy) 
138-89To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 3, Concession 5, 
Be HicSeiy in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) 
"IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY MATTER 
PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUCNIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE OF 
THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA'!' TO DISCUSS PROPERTY MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT 
OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY 
OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN 
THE PROPERTY MATTER. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 05 24 


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C263-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-law 139-89 listed on the Council meeting agenda dated 
1989 05 24 be given the required number of readings, taken as 
read, and signed by the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal 
affixed Thereto. 


CARRIED 
139-89 To confirm the proceedings of Council meeting held 1989 
05 24. 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 
C264-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 


Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, 
June 12, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


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-ETING ADJOURNED AT 12:25 A.M., TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1989. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


R.DAVID TUFTS ACTING CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF 


THE COUNCIL OF THE 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 06 12 AT 


7:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 


CIVIC CENTRE, 


150 CENTRAL 


PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 


Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor Andrews 
Councillor Begley 
Councill Carter 
Councill Robertson 
Councillo . Russell 
Alderman Bissell 
Alderman Palleschi 
Alderman Fennel 
Alderman Beisel 
Alderman DiMarco 
Hutton 
Miles 


Alderman 
Ludlow 
Metzak 


Alderman 
Alderman 

Sprovieri 
Gibson 


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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
Al. 


C265-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 06 12. 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 


1989 06 12, 
Circulated as amended. 
AMENDMENTS 
ADD: 
P. "IN CAMERA" ITEM 


COUNCILLOR BEGLEY - 
MATTER. 


F18:. 
06 O7 RE: 
PART OF LOT 1 


"IN CAMERA" 


be approved as printed and 


CARRIED 


ITEM - PERSONNEL 


198 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
CONCESSION 7 


E.H.S. WARD 10 


GOREWAY DRIVE 
173-89). File: 


ALDERMAN 
PLANNING. 


GIAMPAOLO 
C7E1.8 


M12. FENNELL  - 


Ba Less. Pe div 


STATUS 


BY-LAWS 172-89 AND 


REPORT ON STRATEGIC 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


Bei. 


ALDERMAN GIBSON - ITEM F7 - APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART BLOCK 120, REGISTERED PLAN 
43M-523 AND PART LOT 14, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., 
FORMER TOWNSHIP OF TORONTO WARD 4, KANELLOPOULOS 
INVESTMENTS LIMITED (BY-LAWS 149- 89, AND 150-89) - 
EMPLOYED WITH BANKING INSTITUTION. 


Cr ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Gepales 


C266-89 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 05 
24. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 05 24, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C267-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 
contained: 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06, RE: PART LOT CONTROL 
EXEMPTION, CALMIST HOLDINGS LIMITED, WARD 4, 


REGISTERED PLAN 43M-895 (BY-LAW 147-89). FILE: 
Tels 623 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 
06 re: Part Lot Control Exemption, Calmist Holdings 
Limited, Ward 4, Registered Plan 43M-895, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council approv the request for Part Lot 
Control exemption, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
147-89 being a by-law to prevent the application of 
part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-895 
(Calmist Holdings Limited). 


ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06 O7, RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, CITY SOUTH LIMITED, WARD 3, 


REGISTERED PLAN 43M-923 (BY-LAW 148-89). File: 
T1W14.5 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 
06 O7, re: Part Lot Control Exemption, City South 
Limited, Ward 3, Registered Plan 43M-923, be 
received, and: 


THAT Council approv the request for Part Lot 
Control exemption, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
148-89 being a by-law to prevent the application of 
part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-923 
(City South Limited). 


* F 3. FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 06 O01, RE: OPTICOM EQUIPMENT. 
File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Fire Chief dated 1989 06 
Ol, re: Opticom Equipment, be received, and; 


1AT Council waive the normal tendering process and 
approve an amount of $80,000.00 (Eighty Thousand 

llars) for the purchase of Opticom equipment for 

stallation in Regional intersections, and; 


FURTHER THAT this equipment be purchased from 3M 
Canada Limited. 


* F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 06, RE: CANADA EMPLOYMENT CENTRE FOR STUDENTS, 


REQUEST TO HANG BANNER, JUNE 17-24, 1989. File: 
7.2.26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 06, re: Canada 
Employment Centre for Students, Request to Hang 
Banner June 17-24, 1989, be received, and; 


THAT the request to hang a banner from June 17-24, 
1989 be approved subject to the applicant's 
procurement of a road occupancy permit and subject 
to concurrence by Brampton Hydro, and; 


THAT the banner be hung on Main Street near 
Woodbrook Drive. 


* F 6. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 06 O7, RE: STREET PARTY - MANGROVE 
CRESCENT. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 06 O7, re: Street 
Party - Mangrove Crescent, be received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT the request for a street party on Saturday, 
June 24, 1989 from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. On 
Mangrove Crescent be approved subject to the 
applicants' procurement of a road occupancy permit 
as well as agreeing to supplementary conditions 
pertaining to signing, notification, clean-up, and 
liability. 


* F 7. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 O7, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART BLOCK 120, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-523 AND PART 
LOT 14, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF 
TORONTO WARD 4, KANELLOPOULOS INVESTMENTS LIMITED 


(BY-LAWS 149-89 AND 150-89). FILE: T1E14.13 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 06 O7, re: Application 
to Amend the Zoning By-law, Part Block 120, 
Registered Plan 43M-523 and Part Lot 14, Concession 
1, E.H.S., (former Township of Toronto), Ward 4, 
Kanellopoulos Investments Limited, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
149-89 for the execution of an agreement between 
Kanellopoulos Investments Limited, the Corporation 
of the City of Brampton, the Regional Municipality 
of Peel, and the Toronto Dominion Bank, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
150-89 to amend By-law 139-84, as amended (part of 
Lot 14, Concession 1, E.H.S., geographic Township 
of Toronto). 


ms F 8. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02 10, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PARTS 1 AND 3, PLAN 43R-16070, PART OF LOT 4, 
CONCESSION 7, E.H.S., WARD 3 STEPFIELD HOLDINGS 


INCORPORATED (BY-LAWS 151-89 AND 152-89) .File: 
C7E48 / 7.1.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 02 10, re: Application 
to Amend the Zoning By-law, Parts 1 and 3, Plan 
43R-16070, Part of Lot 4, Concession 7, E.H.S., 
Ward 3, Stepfield Holdings Incorporated, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
151-89 for the execution of an agreement between 
C.I.F.U. Safe Investments Limited, the Corporation 
of the City of Brampton, the Regional Municipality 
of Peel, and 697370 Ontario Limited. and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
152-89 to amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 4, 
Concession 7, N.D.). 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
O06 O7, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
PART OF LOT 7 CONCESSION 5 E.H.S BREMCAN 


HOLDINGS CORPORATION, WARD 11 (BY-LAWS 153-89, AND 
154-89). Pa her WS hi LOr Yo Fale bh 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 06 O7, re: 
Application to Amend the Zoning By-law, Part of 
Lot 7, Concession 5, E.H.S., Bremcan Holdings 
Corporation, Ward 11, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of the 
zoning by-laws, and: 


THAT in accordance with section 34 (16) of the 
Planning Act, 1983, Council hereby determines 
that no further public notice is to be given in 
respect to the proposed by-law. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 05 19, RE: HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE, GENERAL 
TRAFFIC BY-LAW 193-83 (BY-LAW 155-89). File: 

Pele 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 O05 19, re: 
Housekeeping Update, General Traffic By-law 19383, 
be received, and; 


THAT the amending By-law 155-89 for housekeeping 
and updating of General Traffic By-law 193-83 be 
approved. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 08, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 5, 
E.H.S., WARD 9, ONTARIO CONFERENCE OF THE SEVENTH 
DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH BY-LAWS 165-89 166-89 


LO7-895_ AND. 168269) s Babes (Cons 6 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 06 08, re: 
Application to Amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 3, Concession 5, 
E.H.S., Ward 9, Ontario Conference of the 
Seventh Day Adventist Church, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
165-89 for the execution of an agreement between 
the Ontario Conference Corporation of the 
Seventh-Day Adventist Church, the Corporation of 
the City of Brampton, and the Regional 
Municipality of Brampton, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
166-89 to adopt Amendment Number 164 and Amendment 
Number 164A to the Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
167-89 to amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 3, 
Concession 53 BiH S:; geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
168-89 to amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 3, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


06 08, RE: DOWNTOWN PARKING POLICY REVIEW (BY-LAW 
169-89). File: 7.1.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 06 08, re: Downtown 
Parkin Policy, be received, and; 


THAT the zoning by-law amendment implementing the 
downtown parking policy be enacted. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 06 08, RE: YARD RELOCATION STUDY. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 06 08, re: Yard 
Relocation Study, be received, and; 


THAT the Yard Relocation Study be awarded to 
Chisholm Fleming and Associates at a fee not to 
exceed $10 000.00 (Ten Thousand Dollars) 


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FIRE CHIEF DATED 1988 06, RE: REWIRING OF THE FIRE 
DEPARTMENT BODY SHOP, 1945 WILLIAMS PARKWAY. File: 
lens: 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Fire Chief dated 1988 06, 
re: Rewiring of the Fire Department Body Shop, 1945 
Williams Parkway, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the City Treasurer to 
transfer $10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Dollars) from 
Reserve Fund 11 into Account #22.372.0793 for 
building repairs and renovations. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 05 
23, RE: 1988 PARK WALKWAY AND PARKING LOT PROGRAM. 
File 7.1.4 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community 
Services dated 1989 05 23, re: 1988 Park Walkway 
and Parking Lot Program, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve the total amount of 
$221,000.00 that was originally approved in the 
1988 Capital Budget for Park Walkways and Parking 
Lots, and; 


THAT this financing be added to the tender to T & R 
Paving. 


COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 06 


08, RE: AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PARK 


DEVELOPMENT, LAWRENCE AVENUE GROUP. File: 7.1.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community 
Services dated 1989 06 08, re: Award of Contract 
for Park Development, Lawrence Avenu Group, be 
received, and; 


THAT City Council approve an amount of $65,980.75 
for the award of the City's portion of the park 
development work for the lLawrenc Avenu to 
Timbergate Engineering, and; 


THAT Council approve an amount of $3,299.00 to be 
awarded to the subdividers' consultants, Strybos 
and Associates Limited, for contract administration 
of the City's portion of the project, and; 


THAT the funds for payment of this work be taken 
from Account #22.376.1900. 


LOIS A. GILES, CITY CLERK, CITY OF GUELPH DATED 
1989 05 15, RE: PROGRAM TO DEVELOP RECYCLABLE 
TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES. File: 21.1] 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Lois A. Giles, City 
Clerk, City of Guelph dated 1989 05 15, re: Program 
to Develop Recyclable Telephone Books, be received 
and endorsed. 


BRUCE WALLACE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CANADIAN COUNCIL 
FOR PEACE IN FREEDOM DATED 1989 05 23, RE: REPORT 
QN THE IMPLICATIONS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREE ZONES. 
File: 7.1.2 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Bruce Wallace, 
Executive Director, Canadian Council for Peace in 
Freedom, dated 1989 05 23, re: Report on the 
Implications of Nuclear Weapons Free Zones, be 
received. 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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J.M. THORPE, PRINCIPAL, BRAMPTON CENTENNIAL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL DATED 1989 05 30, RE: PEDESTRIAN 
WALKWAYS IN THE WEST PEEL VILLAGE. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J.M. Thorpe, 
Principal, Brampton Centennial Secondary School, 
dated 1989 05 30, re: Pedestrian Walkways in 
the West Peel Village, be received. 


T. BARTLETT, CHAIRMAN, CHURCHVILLE PICNIC COMMITTEE 
DATED 1989 05 30, RE: 6TH ANNUAL CHURCHVILLE 
PICNIC, TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE MARTINS BOULEVARD, 
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1989. PIbEE. Pele 7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from T. Bartlett, Chairman, 
Churchville Picnic Committee, dated 1989 05 30, re: 
6th Annual Churchville Picnic, Temporary Road 
Closure - Martins Boulevard, Saturday, July 8, 
1989, be received, and; 


THAT this matter be referred to staff. 


LINDSAY COWAN, OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR, PPM CANADA 
INCORPORATED DATED 1989 05 16, RE: PCB 
DECONTAMINATION PROJECT AT CIL INCORPORATED, 
BRAMPTON. File: 7.2.54 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Lindsay Cowan, 
Operations Administrator, PPM Canada Incorporated 
dated 1989 05 17, re: Decontamination Project at 
CIL Incorporated, Brampton, be received. 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 05 11. File: 16.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
Peel meeting held 1989 05 11, be received. 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 05 25. File: 16.1] 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
Peel meeting held 1989 05 25, be received. 


CONTRACT 89-36 - LEASE OF SEVEN (7) ONLY 1/2 TON 
PICK UP TRUCKS. File: 24.36.89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-36 - Lease of Seven (7) Only 1/2 
Ton Pick Up Trucks be awarded to Somerville 
National Leasing and Rentals Limited in the amount 
of $73,332.00 (Seventy-Three Thousand, Three 
Hundred and Thirty-Two Dollars) plus 8% Provincial 
Sales Tax for a lease period of thirty-six (36) 
months, and: 


THAT this lease is subject to the approval of the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


% N 2. CONTRACT 89-103 - INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT 
VARIOUS LOCATIONS. File: 24.103.89 
RECOMMEINDAT ION 
THAT Contract 89-103 - Intersection Improvements at 


Various Locations be awarded to Fusillo Paving 
Company Limited in the total amount of $182,409.60 
(One Hundred and Eighty-Two Thousand, Four Hundred 
and Nine Dollars and Sixty Cents) being the lowest 
acceptable bid received, and; 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 06 07 re: 


Intersection Improvements, be received. 

* N 3. CONTRACT 89-109 -— CONSTRUCTION OF SECOND TWO LANES 
OF WILLIAMS PARKWAY, WEST OF HARRIDINE ROAD TO 
McLAUGHLIN ROAD. File: 24.109.89 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-109 - Construction of Second Two 
Lanes of Williams Parkway, West of Harridine Road 
to McLaughlin be awarded to Gerry Macera 
Contracting Limited in the corrected total amount 
of $759,358.00 (Seven Hundred and Fifty Nine 
Thousand, Three Hundred and Fifty-Eight Dollars), 
being the lowest acceptable bid received, and; 


THAT this tender is subject to the Developer 
depositing an acceptable Litter of Credit with the 
City, in the amount of $302,000.00. 


a N 4. CONTRACT 89-37 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF FIFTEEN 
(15) ONLY TRANSIT PASSENGER SHELTERS. File: 
24.37.89 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-37 - Supply and Installation of 
Fifteen (15) only Transit Passenger Shelters be 


awarded to Daytech Manufacturing Limited in 
the total amount of $94,050.00 (Ninety-Four 
Thousand, and Fifty Dollars), being the only 
acceptable bid, be received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* N 6. CONTRACT 89-16 - DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE PROGRAM. 
File: 24.16.89 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-16 - Downtown Streetscape Program 
be awarded to C.W. Graham Construction 
Incorporated, in the total amount of $247,055.99 
(Two Hundred and Forty-Seven Thousand, and 
Fifty-Five Dollars and Ninety-Nine Cents), being 
the lowest acceptable bid received. 

x N 7. CONTRACT 89-40 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF TWO 2 
ONLY TOP MOUNT CUSTOM 1250 PUMPERS C/W FOUR DOOR 
CAB AND CHASSIS. File: 24.40.89 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-40 - Supply and Delivery of Two 
(2) Only Top Mount Custom 1250 Pumper C/W Four Door 
Cab and Chassis be awarded to Resgqtech Systems 
Incorporated in the total amount of $438,000.00 
(Four Hundred and Thirty-Eight Thousand Dollars) 
being the lowest acceptable bid received, and; 
THAT City Council approve the additional Custom 
Fire Apparatus at a cost of $218,000.00 (Two 
Hundred and Eighteen Thousand Dollars) Canadian, 
and: 
THAT this Apparatus be ordered, subject to the 
written agreement of the successful bidder 
supplying the necessary additional documentation to 
the City (re bonds, etc.), and; 
FURTHER THAT this agreement contain a delivery date 
of April, 1990. 

CARRIED 
Bi DELEGATIONS 
Ei. MR. STEVEN J. COSIC, PRESIDENT OF CARABRAM, _RE: 

PRESENTATION ON CARABRAM 1989 AND REQUEST TO ERECT 
ONE HUNDRED SIGNS AND EITGHT BANNERS. 
FILE: 7.2.26 
Mr. Cosic outlined the forth coming Carabram 1989 
events and introduced each Pavilion Chairman to 
Council. 

C268-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 


Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Steven J. Cosic re: 
Presentation on Carabram 1989 and Request to Erect 
One Hundred Signs and Bight Banners, be received, 
and; 


FURTHER THAT the erection of signs and banners be 
approved throughout the city. 


CARRIED 


C269-89 


C270-89 


C271-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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MRS. W. =CONLON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE LUNG 
ASSOCIATION, PEEL REGION, RE: RECOGNITION OF CITY 
OF BRAMPTON STAFF SUPPORT - THE POLAR CHILI GOLF 
CLASSIC. File: 7.2.26 


Dr. Reg Allman, spoke on behalf of Mr. W. Conlon, 
Executive Director of the Lung Association, Peel 
Region. He presented a plaque to the Commissioner 
of Community Services thanking them for all their 
help and support. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Dr. Allman on behalf of 
Mrs. Conlon re Recognition of City of Brampton 
Staff Support - the Polar Chili Golf Classic, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


MR. CHARLES BENNET, CHAIRMAN, THE BOARD OF 
MANAGEMENT RE- PERMISSION TO CLOSE MAIN STREET FROM 


QUEEN STREET TO NELSON STREET. File: 22.2 


Mr. Bennet addressed Council requesting approval to 
close Main Street on July 22, 1989 from 7:00 a.m. 
to 6:00 p.m. for the Downtown Business Improvement 
Area. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Charles Bennet fr 
Permission to Close Main Street from Queen Street 
to Nelson Street, be received, and; 


THAT this request be approved subject to 
arrangements with City staff and Peel Regional 
Police. 


CARRIED 


MR. LORNE HOWCROFT, PRINCIPAL, NOTRE DAME SECONDARY 
SCHOOL, RE: REDUCING SPEED LIMIT ON KENNEDY ROAD, 
NORTH OF BOVAIRD DRIVE TO THE NOTRE DAME SECONDARY 
SCHOOL ZONE. File: 7.1.7 


Mr. Howcroft, Principal, Notre Dame Secondary 
School addressed Council requesting Council to 
re-consider lowering the speed limit on Kennedy 
Road. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Lorne Howcroft re 
Reducing Speed Limit on Kennedy Road, North of 
Bovaird Drive to the Notre Dame Secondary School 
Zone be received, and; 


THAT the City agree to reduce the speed limit to 40 
kph. 


CARRIED 


C272-89 


C273-89 


C274-89 


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MR. NEIL E. DUNN, IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT BRAMPTON 
MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION DATED 1989 05 30. RE: 
AFFILIATION WITH A JUNIOR "B" FRANCHISE. File: 
Pala 


Mr. Newton Stephens spoke on behalf of Mr. Dunn and 
the Board of the Brampton Minor Hockey Association. 
He addressed and answered questions of Council 
regarding the ice time in Brampton. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Neil E. Dunn re 
Affiliation with a Junior "B" Franchise, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


MR. MIKE SPADACINI, LETTER UNDATED, RE: "B" HOCKEY 
IN BRAMPTON. File: 7.1.4 


Mr. Spadacini addressed Council regarding the 
impact of a Junior "B" Hockey Team in Brampton. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded bv Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Spadacini re Junior 
"B" Hockey in Brampton, be received. 


CARRIED 


MR. JIM STORR, LETTER UNDATED RE: JUNIOR "B" HOCKEY 
IN BRAMPTON. File: 7.1.4 


Mr. Storr spoke to Council about the possibility of 
a second Junior "B" Hockey Team in Brampton. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Jim Storr re Junior 
"B" Hockey in Brampton, be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM CS054-89 AND DEALT WITH IT 
AT THIS TIME AS FOLLOWS: 


CS054-89 


DELEGATIONS RE JUNIOR "B" HOCKEY FRANCHISE 


(a) Brampton Minor Hockey Association - N. Dunn 
(bo) Jim Storr 
(c) Bramalea Junior B Hockey Club - B. C. Tinsley 


Mr. Neil Dunn on behalf of the Brampton Minor 
Hockey Association appeared before Committee and 
requested that consideration be given to making ice 
time available for the operation of a second Junior 
"B" hockey franchise. 


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Mr. Jim Storr also appeared before Committee and 
indicated that he had applied to the Ontario Hockey 
Association for a franchise to operate a Junior "B" 
hockey franchise in Brampton and requested 
Committee's co-operation in making ice time 
available. 


Committee also heard from Mr. Bruce W. Tinsley on 
behalf of Bramalea Junior "B" Hockey Club and 
expressed opposition to a second Junior "B" Club 
operating in the city. 


RECOMMENDATION (A) 


"THAT the verbal submission of Mr. N. Dunn on 
behalf of the Brampton Minor Hockey Association re 
Junior "B" Hockey Franchise be received." 


CARRIED 


RECOMMENDATION (B) 


"THAT the verbal submission of Mr. Jim Storr re 
Junior "B" Hockey Franchise be received." 


CARRIED 


RECOMMENDATION (C) 


"THAT the verbal submission of Mr. B. C. Tinsley on 
behalf of the Bramalea Junior "B" Hockey Club re 
Junior "B" Hockey Franchise be received." 


CARRIED 


RECOMMENDATION (D) 


"THAT the City of Brampton allocate three hours of 
ice time to the Etobicoke Junior "B" Hockey Team if 
they relocate in Brampton for the 19891990 hockey 
season." 


LOST 


RECOMMENDATION (EF) 


"THAT the Brampton Recreation Department invite the 
CMHL and BMHL representatives to meet regarding 
future plans and possibilities for promoting 
unification of the City through the promotion of 
minor sport and that three members of Council be 
appointed to this Committee if there is interest." 


LOST 


RECOMMENDATION (EF) 


"THAT the City of Brampton allocate three hours of 
ice time for a Junior "B" hockey team for the 
1989-1990 hockeY season." 


LOST 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES-1989 06 12 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS INTRODUCED: 


C275-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the City of Brampton allow a new Junior "B" 
Hockey Franchise to operate on the west side of 
the City provided that the team can secure 
adequate ice time from the time allocated to the 
Brampton Minor Hockey Association and that the 
team owners guarantee that within two (2) years 
that 80% of the players will be Brampton 
residents. 


ON A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION "CARRIED", 
13 YEAS, 4 NAYS AND 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR QPPOSED ABSENT 


Alderman Bissell Alderman Gibson 
Alderman Fennell Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Palleschi Alderman Metzak 
Alderman Miles Councillor Begley 
Councillor Russell 

Mayor Whillans 

Councillor Carter 

Alderman Beisel 

Councillor Robertson 

Alderman DiMarco 

Alderman Sprovieri 

Alderman Hutton 

Alderman Ludlow 


E 8. MS. EVA MANLEY, SECRETARY, HUTTONVILLE STRAWBERRY 
FESTIVAL COMMITTEE DATED 1989 06 RE: PRESENTATION 
TO PROMOTE THE HUTTONVILLE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL. 
File: 7.2.26 


Mr. Ferri addressed Council on behalf of Mrs. 
Manely, regarding the Huttonville Strawberry 
Festival on June 17th. 1989. 


C276-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Aldo Ferri re 
Presentation to Promote the Huttonville 
Strawberry Festival, be received, and; 


THAT the City donate $320.00 to the festival 
from the Council Promotion Fund. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL RECESSED AT 10:00 P.M. AND RECONVENED AT 10:10 P.M. 


F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


* F 1. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06, RE: PART LOT CONTROL 
EXEMPTION, CALMIST HOLDINGS LIMITED, WARD 4, 
REGISTERED PLAN 43M-895 (BY-LAW 147-89). 

FILE: 7.1.623 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


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ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06 O7, RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, CITY SOUTH LIMITED, WARD 3, 
REGISTERED PLAN 43M-923 (BY-LAW 148-89). File: 

T1iwW14 .5 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 06 O01, RE: OPTICOM EQUIPMENT. 
File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


DIRECTOR OF RECREATION FACILITIES AND PROGRAMME 
SERVICES DATED 1989 06 O7, RE: INTERIM REPORT 
SPORTSPLEX FEASIBILITY STUDY. File 7.1.4 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Director of Recreation 
Facilities and Programme Services dated 1989 06 
O07, re: Interim Report - Sportsplex Feasibility 
Study, be received, and; 


THAT Council endorse th recommendation that the 
firm of lLaventhol and Horwath be directed to 
proceed with the financial and planning aspects of 
the Sportsplex Feasibility Study. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 06, RE: CANADA EMPLOYMENT CENTRE FOR STUDENTS, 


REQUEST TO HANG BANNER, JUNE 17-24, 1989. File: 
T2626 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 06 O7, RE: STREET PARTY - MANGROVE CRESCENT. 
File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 O07, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PART BLOCK 120, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-523 AND PART 
LOT 14, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF 
TORONTO WARD 4, KANELLOPOULOS INVESTMENTS LIMITED 


(BY-LAWS 149-89, AND 150-89). File: T1E14.13 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
02 10, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, 
PARTS 1 AND 3, PLAN 43R-16070, PART OF LOT 4, 
CONCESSION 7, E.H.S., WARD 3, STEPFIELD HOLDINGS 


INCORPORATED (BY-LAWS 151-89, AND 152-89). File: 
C7E48 / 7.1.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


F 9 
C278-89 
* F10. 
* oes 
* F12. 
* gles 
* F14. 
* F15 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING AND 
MANAGER OF SUPPLY AND SERVICES DATED 1989 06 O7, 
RE: CONTAINERI ZED GARBAGE COLLECTION = CTY 
PAC LISVT TES: 8 Pave Piglet 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building and Manager of Supply and 
Services dated 1989 06 07 re Containerized Garbage 
Collection - City Facilities, be received, and; 


THAT the containerized garbage collection for all 
City Facilities be added to the residential garbage 
collection contract with Laidlaw Waste Systems 
Limited at the per capita prices quoted, subject to 
the terms and conditions of Contract 88-18. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 O7, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
PART OF LOT 7 CONCESSION 5 E.H.S. BREMCAN 


HOLDINGS CORPORATION, WARD 11 (BY-LAWS 153-89, AND 
16S 89) 2 Peles (CSE. x ede 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 05 19. RE: HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE GENERAL 


TRAFFIC BY-LAW 193-83 (BY-LAW 155-89). File: 7.1.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
Q6 08, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 3, CONCESSION 5, 
E.H.S., WARD 9, ONTARIO CONFERENCE OF THE SEVENTH 
DAY ADVENTIST | CHURCH BY-LAWS 165-89 166-89 


167-89, AND 168-89)... Fale: (C5E3.6 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
Q6 08, RE: DOWNTOWN PARKING POLICY (BY-LAW 169-89). 
File: 7.1.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 06 08, RE: YARD RELOCATION STUDY. File: Pelee] 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


FIRE CHIEF DATED 1988 06, RE: REWIRING OF THE FIRE 


DEPARTMENT BODY SHOP, 1945 WILLIAMS PARKWAY. File: 
TET 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


my Ay i 
* F16. COMMISSTONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 0523 
RE: 1988 PARK WALKWAY AND PARKING LOT PROGRAM. File 


Tei liaA 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


i F17. COMMISSTONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 06 
QO8, RE: AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PARK DEVELOPMENT, 
LAWRENCE AVENUE GROUP. File: 7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


F18. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 198 
Q6 O07 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 

PART OF LOT 1 CONCESSION 7 E.H.S. WARD 10 

GOREWAY DRIVE GIAMPAOLO BY-LAWS 172-89 AND 
173-89). File: C7E1.8 


C279-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 06 O7, re: Application 
to Amend the Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 1, 
Concession 7, E.H.S., Ward 10, Goreway Drive, 
Giampaolo, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
172-89 for the execution of an agreement between 
Giampaolo Investments Limited, the Corporation of 
the City of Brampton, the Regional Municipality of 
Peel and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and 
Confederation Life Insurance Company, and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
173-89 to Amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lots 1 and 2, 
Concession 7, Northern Division in the Township of 
Toronto Gore). 


CARRIED 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 1. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 06 05. File: 7.1 


C280-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the Administration and Finance 
Committee dated 1989 06 05, be approved as printed 
and circulated after extracting Items AF050-89 and 
AF059-89. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AFO50-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 
AF050-89 SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION - VICTORIA WOODS 


- PLAN 43R-10292 (6 LOTS ON HANSEN ROAD PART OF 
BLOCK M, REGISTERED PLAN M-27) 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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"THAT the report dated 1989 05 31 re Subdivision 
Release and Assumption - Victoria Woods - Reference 
Plan 43R-10292, be received, and; 


hs That all works constructed and installed in 
accordance with the Subdivision Agreement for 
Reference Plan 43R-10292 (Victoria Woods) be 
accepted and assumed, and; 


2.4 That the Treasurer be authorized to release 
all securities held by the City in connection 
with the development." 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AF059-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


AF059-89 


POLITICAL UNREST IN CHINA 


"THAT a letter be forwarded to The Governor of 
Liaoning Province, China expressing our concern 
with the difficult times now being experienced in 
China and conveying the wishes of our community 
that the Chinese authorities resolve their problems 
without resort to further bloodshed." 


AN AMENDMENT WAS SUBMITTED AS FOLLOWS: 


"THAT the matter be referred to the Mundialization 
Committee." 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C281-89 


Alderman 


Al 


Alderman 


Al 


Counci 
Mayor Wh 


Al 


Council 


Alderman 


Al 


Alderman 


Al 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the letter from the Mundialization 
Committee circulated to Council today be 
forwarded to the suggested list of recipients. 


ON A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION "CARRIED", 


lderman 


lderman 


12 YEAS, 4 NAYS AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 
IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Gibson Councillor Andrews Alderman Metzak 
Bissell] Alderman Miles 


Fennell Counci 
Palleschi Councillor Begley 
lor Russell 


lderman 


lderman 


lderman 


or Carter 


illans 
Beisel 

or Robertson 
DiMarco 
Sprovieri 
Hutton 
Ludlow 


C282-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 06 05. File: 7.1.4 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 06 05, be approved as printed 
and circulated. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


CARRIED 


I. CORRES PONDENCE 


* I 


C283-89 


I 


1. 


oF 


LOIS A. GILES, CITY CLERK, CITY OF GUELPH DATED 
1989 05 15 RE: PROGRAM TO DEVELOP RECYCLABLE 
TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES. File: 21.1] 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


BRUCE WALLACE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CANADIAN COUNCIL 
FOR PEACE IN FREEDOM DATED 1989 05 23, RE: REPORT 
ON THE IMPLICATIONS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREE ZONES. 
File: 7.1.2 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


J.M. THORPE, PRINCIPAL, BRAMPTON CENTENNIAL 
SECONDARY SCHOOL DATED 1989 05 30, RE: PEDESTRIAN 
WALKWAYS IN THE WEST PEEL VILLAGE. File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


J.G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
DATED 1989 06 Ol, RE: APPEAL BY WESTMARK TRUCK 
CENTRE INCORPORATED FROM A DECISION OF THE 
COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT = A-49/88. File: 
8.89/A49.88 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the correspondence from J.G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board, dated 1989 06 
Ol, re: Appeal by Westmark Truck Centre 
[Incorporated from a Decision of the Committee of 
Adjustment - A49/88, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton's position. 


CARRIED 


J.G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
DATED 1989 06 O1, RE: APPEAL BY KATHERINE KNIGHT 
AND DELBERT KNIGHT FROM A DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE 
OF ADJUSTMENT - A-9/89. File: 8.89/A9.89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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C284-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 
THAT the correspondence from J.G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board, dated 1989 06 
Ol, re: Appeal by Katherine Knight and Delbert 
Knight from a decision of the Committee of 
Adjustment - A9/89, be received, and; 

THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton's position. 
CARRIED 

* I 6. T. BARTLETT, CHATRMAN, CHURCHVILLE PICNIC COMMITTEE 
DATED 1989 05 30 RE: 6TH ANNUAL CHURCHVILLE PICNIC, 
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE MARTINS BOULEVARD, SATURDAY, 
JULY 8, 1989. File: 7.1.7 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 

* I 7. LINDSAY COWAN, OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR, PPM CANADA 
INCORPORATED DATED 1989 05 16, RE: PCB 
DECONTAMINATION PROJECT AT CIL INCORPORATED, 
BRAMPTON. File: 7.2.54 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 

ise RESOLUTION 

J 1. COUNCILLOR PETER ROBERTSON PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING 
RESOLUTION: 

C285-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the staff come forward with a report of a 
architectural control by-law for rural residential 
hamlets, and; 

THAT the letter from Mr. Jack Hassall be 

incorporated into this by-law and that he be 

informed, and; 

THAT this item be referred to L.A.C.A.C. Committee 

for their support, and; 

THAT it also be referred to the Identity and Unity 

Committee of the Strategic Planning Committee. 
CARRIED 

Kes NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

L. PETITIONS - NIL 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

* M 1. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 


DATED 1989 05 11. File: 16.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


C286-89 


C287-89 


C288-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 
sp SOT ies 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 05 25. File: 16.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 2, MEETING HELD 
1989 05 04. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 2, meeting held 1989 05 04, be 
received, and; 


THAT the following items be referred to staff for 
action and comment: 


O.. NEW BUSINESS 


9 (a) Piedmont and Kennedy Road 
9 (b)Mayfield Road and Heart Lake Road 
9 (e) Recycling 
9 (3) Dirt Dumping 
CARRIED 


CITIZENS ' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 3, MEETING HELD 
1989 04 12. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 3, meeting held 1989 05 04, be 
received, and; 


THAT staff investigate and report on item 9 (a) 
(both paragraphs) 


Oy. WARD 3 MATTERS 


9 (a) Speeding and Parking on 
Residential Streets 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD HELD 1989 05 
16. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 5, meeting held 1989 05 16, be 
received, and; 


THAT item 6 (b) be referred to the Public Works and 
Building Department for comment, and; 


C289-89 


M 


C290-89 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


GOS 
6. NEW BUSINESS 


6 (b) Alistair Hunter, Chairman, re: Kingsmere 
Crescent 


"THAT as a result of the Petro Canada Service 
Station (504 Main Street North) recent oil 
spill affecting the Etobicoke Creek, the Ward 
5 Citizens' Advisory Committee requests that 
Council inform and enquire of Mr. R. Callahan, 
M.P.P. Brampton South, Mr. C. McClelland, 
M.P.P. Brampton North and the Regional 
Municipality of Peel as to the details of the 
spill and as to why no charges of negligence 
were laid." 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 7, MEETING HELD 
1989 04 26. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 7, meeting held 1989 04 24, be 
received, and; 


FURTHER THAT the motion under item 7 (a) on page 
Mo-4 be referred to the Public Works Committee for 
discussion. 


hs NEW BUSINESS 


7 (a)Stop Sign at Leander and Lacewood 
"THAT City Council be requested to place a 3 


way stop sign at the north end of Lacewood and 
Leander." 


CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 9, MEETING HELD 
1989 05 16. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens’ Advisory 
Committee, Ward 9, meeting held 1989 05 16, be 
received, and; 


THAT item 7 (b) be referred to the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Building for a report. 


ae NEW BUSINESS 
7(b) Roads 
CARRIED 


CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 10, HELD 1989 
05 10. File: 16.2 


C291-89 


C292-89 


M10. 


C293-89 


Mil. 


C294-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 10, meeting held 1989 05 10, be 
received, and; 


THAT item 6 , which reads as follows, "The C.A.C. 
of Ward 10 asks the City of Brampton to urge the 
Minister of the Environment, the Honourable James 
Bradley, to initiate an order to the Region of Peel 
regarding specific criteria to perform necessary 
comparison studies of all suitable sites as per the 
Environmental Assessment Act thereby avoiding an 
emergency situation with respect to waste disposal 


CARRIED 
CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 11, MEETING 


HELD 04 12. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 11, meeting held 1989 04 12, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN FENNELL DATED 1989 06 08, RE: STATUS OF 
LESTER B. PRARSON AIRPORT, DEPARTURE CLEARANCES ON 
EAST/WEST RUNWAYS. File: 7.2.30 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Alderman Susan Fennell 
dated 1989 06 08, re Status of Lester B. Pearson 
Airport Departure Clearances on East/West Runways, 
be received, and; 


THAT Council strongly urge the Honourable Minister 
Benoit Bouchard to modify the initial heading of 
245 degrees on O6L/24R to fully eliminate the 
diversion. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN FENNELL DATED 1989 06 08, RE: EQUIPMENT 
FOR PARKS. File: 7.1.4 


Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Alderman Susan Fennell 
dated 1989 06 08, re Equipment for Parks, be 
received, and; 


THAT Havelock Park equipment be installed before 
the end of June, 1989 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C295-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 
THAT Blackmere Parkette equipment be installed 
before September, 1989. 

LOST 
M12. ALDERMAN  FENNELL  - STATUS REPORT ON STRATEGIC 
PLANNING. File: 7.1.6 
Council received the verbal status report from 
Alderman Fennell regarding the strategic plan for 
the City of Brampton. 

N. TENDERS 

* N 1. CONTRACT 89-36 - LEASE OF SEVEN 7 ONLY 1/2 TON 
PICK UP TRUCKS. File: 24.36.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 

* N 2. CONTRACT 89-103 - INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT 
VARIOUS LOCATIONS. File: 24.103.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 

* N 3. CONTRACT 89-109 - CONSTRUCTION OF SECOND TWO LANES 
OF WILLIAMS PARKWAY, WEST OF HARRIDINE ROAD TO 
McLAUGHLIN ROAD. File: 24.109.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 

* N 4. CONTRACT 89-37 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
FIFTEEN (15) ONLY TRANSIT PASSENGER SHELTERS. 

File: 24.37.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 

N 5. CONTRACT 89-105 -— CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS AT 
VARIOUS LOCATIONS. File: 24.105.89 

C296-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT Contract 89-105 - Construction of Sidewalks 
at Various Locations be awarded to Dalv 
Construction Limited in the amount of 
$322,096.55 (Three Hundred and Twenty-Two 
Thousand, and Ninety-Six Dollars and Fifty-Five 
Cents), being the lowest acceptable bid, and; 


THAT this contract is subject to confirmation 
from the Region of Peel for their portion of the 
Contract: 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


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CONTRACT 89-16 - DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE PROGRAM. 
File: 24.16.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 
CONTRACT 89-40 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF TWO (2 


ONLY TIP MOUNT CUSTOM 1250 PUMPERS C/W FOUR DOOR 
CAB AND CHASSIS. File: 24.20.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C267-89. 


OQ. BY-LAWS 


C297-89 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT By-laws 140-89 to 173-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 06 12 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, and 
signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal 
affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
140-89 To establish certain lands as part of 
Countryside Drive. 
141-89 To appoint inspectors to enforce the Weed 


Control Act in the City of Brampton. 


142-89 To establish certain lands as part of 
Torbram Road. 


143-89 To amend By-law 193-83 for the regulation 
of traffic on City of Brampton Highways. 

144-89 A by-law to amend By-law 31-81 as 
amended, which regulates animals other 
than dogs. 

145-89 To establish certain lands as part of 


Hawkins Court. 


146-89 To establish certain lands as parts of 
public highways. 


147-89 To prevent the application of part lot 
control to part of Registered Plan 
43M-895 (Calmist Holding Limited). 


148-89 To prevent the application of part lot 
control to part of Registered Plan 
43M-923 (City South Limited). 


149-89 To authorize an agreement between 
Kanellopoulos Investments Limited, the 


Corporation of the City of Brampton, the 
Regional Municipality of Peel, and the 
Toronto-Dominion Bank. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


150-89 


151-89 


152-89 


153-89 


154-89 


155-89 


156-89 


157-89 


158-89 


159-89 


160-89 


161-89 


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To amend By-law 139-84, as amended, (part 
of Lot 14, Concession ley BiHeS., 
geographic Township of Toronto). 


To authorize an agreement between 
C.1.F.U. Safe Investments Limited, the 
Corporation of the City of Brampton, the 
Regional Municipality of Peel, and 697370 
Ontario Limited. 


To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 4, 
Concession 7, N.D.). 


To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 7, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy) . 


To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 7, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


To further amend By-law 193-83, as 
amended. 


To authorize a Capital Expenditure in the 
amount of $2,054,962.00 for the purchase 
and construction of Fire Stations 7 and 
8 re O.M.B. File E880447. 


To authorize a Capital Expenditure in the 
amount of $7,700,000.00 for the Downtown 
Terminal land and underground parking re 
O.M.B. File E880445. 


To authorize a Capital Expenditure in the 
amount of $39,500.00 for the Clark Drain 
re O.M.B. File E880727. 


To authorize a Capital Expenditure in the 
amount of $249,528.00 for the 
construction of Duggan Par Sports 
Fieldhouse re O.M.B. File E881214. 


To authorize a Capital Expenditure in the 
amount of $7,500,000.00 for the 
acquisition and purchase of land for the 
Brampton Hydro Electric Commission and 
construction of municipal substations re 
O.M.B. File E890096. 


To authorize an application to the 
Regional Municipality of Peel for the 
issuance of debentures in the amount of 
$7,950,000 on behalf of the Brampton 
Hydro Electric commission. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


162-89 


163-89 


164-89 


165-89 


166-89 


167-89 


168-89 


169-89 


170-89 


171-89 


172-89 


173-89 


To authorize an application to the 
Regional Municipality of Peel for the 
issuance of debentures in the amount of 
$20,050,000 on behalf of the Corporation 
of the City of Brampton. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of 
traffic) for the placement of RATE OF 
SPEED re 80 KILOMETRES PER HOUR, 
Hurontario Street. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the regulation of 
traffic) for the placement of parking 
restrictions on Madoc Drive. 


To authorize an agreement between th 
Ontario Conference Corporation of th 
Seventh-Day Adventist Church, th 
Corporation of the City of Brampton, an 
the Regional Municipality of Peel. 


aoa @o 


To adopt Amendment Number 164 and 
Amendment Number 164A to the Official 
Plan of the City of Brampton Planning 
Area. 


To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 3, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 3, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


A by-law applicable to part of the area 
subject to By-law 200-82 (Central Area). 


To establish certain lands as parts of 
public highways. 


To establish certain lands as parts of 
public highways. 


To authoriz th execution of an 
agreement between Giampaolo Investments 
Ltd. , Corporation of the City of 
Brampton, The Regional Municipality of 
Peel and the Canadian Imperial Bank of 
Commerce and Confederation Life Insurance 
Company. 


To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lots 1 and 
2, Concession 7, Northern Division in the 
geographic Township of Toronto Gore). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 12 


oe Ore 
Bs "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PERSONNEL AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PERSONNEL 
AND LITIGATION MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF 
THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT 
THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PERSONNEL AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 


C298-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT By-law 174-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 06 12 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 


thereto 
CARRIED 
174-89 To confirm the proceedings of Council 
meeting 1989 06 12. 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C299-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded bv Councillor Begley 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
Monday, June 26, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:08 A.M., Tuesday, June 17, 1989. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 06 26 AT 7:30 P.M. IN 
THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, 
BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell (arrived 9:10 p.m.) 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

ABSENT 
Alderman L. Bissell 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 06 26. 


C300-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 1989 
06 26, be approved as printed and circulated as 


amended. 
CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 
ADD 
J. RESOLUTION 
J 3. COUNCILLOR ROBERTSON - BOVAIRD AND HEART LAKE ROAD 

INTERSECTION. 

B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


B 1. COUNCILLOR RUSSELL ITEM P129-89 - WARD FUNERAL HOME 
- PART LOT 1, PLAN BR-21 (MAIN STREET SOUTH) - HAS 
BUSINESS DEALINGS WITH THE APPLICANT. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM P122-89 TO P128-89 -OFFICTAL 
PLAN AMENDMENT NUMBER 149 (SECONDARY PLAN NO. 28 
SANDRINGHAM-WELLINGTON AREA MAJOR LANDOWNERS ' 
OBJECTIONS - HAS REAL ESTATE DEALINGS WITH THE 


APPLICANTS. 


Cr ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cds 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 06 
D3 


C301-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 06 12, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

D. CONSENT MOTION 

CARRIED 

C302-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT Council hereby approves of the following items 
and that the various Officials of the Corporation 
are hereby authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 

* F 1. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06 14 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, 620923 ONTARIO INCORPORATED, WARD 
10, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-516 (BY-LAW 191-89). File: 
iP epilhe sees) 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 
06 14 re: Part Lot Control Exemption, 620923 
Ontario Incorporated, Ward 10, Registered Plan 
43M-516. be received, and; 
THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption be 
approved, and; 
THAT Council enact By-law 191-89 being a by-law to 
prevent the application of part lot control to part 
of Registered Plan 43M-516 (620923 Ontario Inc.) 

x F 2. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06 22 RE: PART LOT 


CONTROL EXEMPTION, 682967 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 2, 


REGISTERED PLAN 43M-925 (BY-LAW 177-89). File: 
PEL O23 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from 
06 22 re: Part 
Ontario Limited - 
be received, and; 


the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 
Lot Control Exemption, 682967 
Ward 2, Registered Plan 43M-925, 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption be 
approved, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 177-89 being a by-law to 
prevent the application of part lot control to part 


of Registered Plan 43M-925 (682967 Ontario 
Limited). 
* F 3. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


06 20 RE: PARKING STANDARDS FOR DANCE SCHOOLS AND 
OTHER RECREATION TYPE SCHOOLS BYy- LAWS 179-89 


180=89, 18189, 182-89) 163-89)... Piles 19.64 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 06 20 re: Parking 
Standards for Dance Schools and other recreation 
type schools, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 179-89 being a by-law to 
amend BY-law 861, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 180-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 200-82, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 181-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 56-83, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 182-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 139-84, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 183-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88. 


i F 4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 20 RE: REGIONAL ROAD ALTERATIONS (BY-LAWS 
184-89 185-89 186-89 187-89 188-89 189-89). 
File: 7.1.6 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated*1989 06 20 re: Regional Road 
Alterations, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 184-89 being a by-law to 
adopt Amendment Number 165 and Amendment Number 
165A to the Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 185-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 186-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 200-82, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 187-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 56-83, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT Council enact By-law 188-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 139-84, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 189-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88. 


* F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 22 RE: PROPOSED HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENT, BY-LAW 
151-88 (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF CHINGUACOUSY 
COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW PART OF LOT 10 
CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., WARD 1 (BY-LAW 192-89). File: 
19.535 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 06 22 re: Proposed 
Housekeeping Amendment By-law 151-88 (former 
Township of  Chinguacousy Comprehensive Zoning 
By-law, part of Lot 10, Concession 1, E.H.S., Ward 


1, be received, and; 


THAT a public meeting not be convened with respect 
to the proposed housekeeping amendment to By-law 
151-88, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 192-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-88 (Part of Lot 10, Concession 1, 
BHwH.S 25 in the geographic Township Of 
Chinguacousy) . 


* F 6. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 20 RE: PROPOSED SECONDARY PLAN, PARKWAY BELT 
WEST INDUSTRIAL AREA, WARDS 9 AND 10. File: 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 0620 re: Proposed 
Secondary Plan, Parkway Belt West Industrial Area, 
Wards 9 and 10, be received, and; 


THAT the modifications to the secondary plan as 
recommended in this report (in response to the 
submissions of the Ministry of Government Services 
and 793422 Ontario Limited), be approved, and; 


THAT the Parkway Belt West Plan be adopted and 
submitted to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs for 
approval, and; 


THAT the Minister of Municipal Affairs be requested 
to deem that the secondary plan conform to the 
Parkway Belt West Plan. 


* F 8. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 

06 22 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 

PART LOT 11 CONCESSION 1 W.H.S. (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF 

CHINGUACOUSY WARD 2 RALPH BYRNES INVESTMENTS 

LIMITED (BY-LAWS 193-89, 194-89 AND 195-89). File: 
1W11.14 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 06 22 re: Application to 
amend the Zoning By-law, Part Lot 11, Concession 1, 
W.H.S. (former Township of Chinguacousy) Ward 2, 
Ralph Byrnes Investments Limited, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 193-89 being a by-law to 
authorize the execution of an agreement between 
Ralph Byrnes Investments Limited and The 
Corporation of the City of Brampton and _ “The 
Regional Municipality of Peel, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 194-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 151-89 (part of Lot 3, Concession 5, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 195-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 11, Concession 1, 
W.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


* I 1. RONALD Ce LATHAN, DEPUTY CITY CLERK, THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BURLINGTON DATED 1989 05 
24 RE: GRANT REDUCTIONS TO MUNICIPALITIES. File: 
2st 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Ronald C. Lathan, 
Deputy City Clerk, The Corporation of the City of 
Burlington dated 1989 05 24 re: Grant Reductions to 
Municipalities, be received. 


* Mi. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 06 08. File: 16.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of 
Peel dated 1989 06 08, be received. 


* N 1. CONTRACT 89-137 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT KING  KNOLL/SHERIDAN 
COLLEGE & MCLAUGHLIN ROAD. File: 24.137.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-137 - Supply and Installation of 
Traffic Control Signals at Kingknoll/ Sheridan 
College & McLaughlin Road be awarded to Stacey 
Electric Company Limited in the total corrected 
amount of $58,845.00 (Fifty Eight Thousand, Hight 
Hundred & Forty-Five Dollars) being the lowest 
acceptable bid received. 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* N 2. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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CONTRACT 89-108 - RECONSTRUCTION, CASTLEMORE ROAD 


(NO. 10 S.R.) JULIAN DRIVE TO McVEAN DRIVE. File: 
24.108.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-108 - Reconstruction, Castlemore 
Road (No. 10 S.R.) Julian Drive to McVean Drive be 
awarded to Graham Bros. Construction Limited in the 
total amount of $318,199.00 (Three Hundred & 
Eighteen Thousand, One Hundred €& Ninety-Nine 
Dollars) being the lowest acceptable bid received. 


CARRIED 


E. DELEGATIONS 


Be ee 


C303-89 


C304-89 


MR. JIM YARROW, CHAIRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO RE: 
PRESENTATION OF 1988 ANNUAL REPORT. File: 7.2.3 


Mr. Yarrow, Chairman, Brampton Hydro Electric 
Commission, addressed Council presenting their 
annual report. He presented the Commissions short 
term and long term goals along with Ontario Hydro's 
direction ahead. 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Jim Yarrow, Chairman, 
Brampton Hydro re: Presentation of 1988 Annual 
Report, be received. 


CARRIED 


MR FRED KEE PRESIDENT REGION OF PEEL AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY, RE: PERMISSION TO HANG BANNERS AND SIGNS 
TO PROMOTE THE BRAMPTON FALL FAIR. File: 7.2.26.2 


Mr. Kee, President, Region of Peel Agricultural 
Society, addressed Council requesting permission to 
hang banners and signs regarding Brampton Fall 
Fair. 


Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Fred Kee, President, 
Region of Peel Agricultural Society re: permission 
to hang banners and signs to promote the Brampton 
Fall Fair, be received and permission granted. 


CARRIED 


MRS. ANGIE DEL  DEGAN RE: MINIMUM MAINTENANCE 
BY-LAW. File: 7.1.1 (b) 


THIS DELEGATION DID NOT APPEAR AS IT WAS WITHDRAWN. 


C305-89 


C306-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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E 4. K. R. WATSON RE: STAGE PLAY PRODUCTIONS. File: 


T2530 


Mr. May, 


Solicitor, spoke on behalf of Mr. Watson 


and Stage Play Productions. He referred to 
Right of Freedom of expression as set out 


Charter 


the 


in 


of Rights and Freedoms. H reques 


Council to allow the play "Extremeties" at 


ted 
the 


Heritage Theatre because of his clients attempts 


restrict 
Public. 


minors, as well as the rights of 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 


Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Mr. John May, Solictor 


for Mr. 


K. R. Watson re: Stage Play 


Productions, be received. 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT a decision to allow Stage Play Productions 
to perform the play "Extremities" be deferred 
until a policy is in place defining what may or 
may not be performed in City owned theatres. 


tO 


the 


ON A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION "LOST", 4 
YEAS, 11 NAYS AND 2 ABSENT, 


IN FAVOUR 


Councillor Andrews 


Alderman Metzak 


Councillor Russell 
Alderman Ludlow 


C307-89 


QPPOSED ABSENT 


Alderman Gibson Alderman Bissel 
Alderman Palleschi Alderman Fennel] 

Alderman Miles 
Mayor Whillans 

Councillor Carter 
Alderman Beisel 
Councillor Begley 
Councillor Robertson 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


Moved by Councillor Begley 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT Stage Play Productions be allowed to perform 
"Extremities" at the Heritage Theatre. 


ON A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION "CARRIED", 
9 YEAS, 6 NAYS AND 2 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR 


Alderman Gibson 


A 


A 


lderman Palleschi 
Fennell 
Al 


lderman Miles 


Mayor Whillans 
lderman Beisel 


Councillor Begley 


OPPOSED ABSENT 


Councillor Andrews Alderman Bissell 
Alderman Metzak Alderman 


Councillor Russell 

Councillor Carter 
Alderman Sprovieri 

Alderman Ludlow 


Councillor Robertson 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Hutton 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C308-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT staff investigate and report to Council ona 
policy regarding whether or not we will censor what 
stage productions are to be played in our theatres, 
to ensure that staff have specific directions from 
Council on this issue. 


LOST 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C309-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the Performing Arts Facility Committee be 
directed to provide guidance in the selection of a 
committee to direct the operation of City Theatres. 


LOST 
F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


zs F 1. ASSISTANT CITY CLERK DATED 1989 06 14 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION 620923 ONTARIO INCORPORATED, WARD 
10, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-516 (BY-LAW 191-89). File: 
TRIS 6-23 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 


* F 2. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 06 22 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, 682967 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 2, 


REGISTERED PLAN  43M-925 (BY-LAW 177-89). File: 
he Ei. 6ie,3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 


* F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 20 RE: PARKING STANDARDS FOR DANCE SCHOOLS AND 
OTHER RECREATION TYPE SCHOOLS (BY-LAWS 179-89, 
180-89, 181-89, 182-89, 183-89). File: 19.64 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 


* F 4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
O06 20 RE: REGIONAL ROAD ALTERATIONS (BY-LAWS 
184-89 185-89 186-89 187-89 188-89 189-89). 
File: 7.1.6 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 


* F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
Q6 22 RE: PROPOSED HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENT, BY-LAW 
151-88 (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF CHINGUACOUSY 
COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW PART OF LOT 10 

CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., WARD 1 (BY-LAW 192-89). File: 
19435 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 


C310-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


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COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 20 RE: PROPOSED SECONDARY PLAN, PARKWAY BELT 
WEST INDUSTRIAL AREA WARDS 9 AND 10. File: 

O.P.A. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 
MANAGER, LICENCING AND ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES 


DATED 1989 06 22 RE: MIDWAY AND AMUSEMENTS. File: 
Pele 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Manager, Licencing and 
Animal Control Services dated 1989 06 22 re: Midway 
and Amusements, be received, and; 


THAT Council endorses the request to hold and 
conduct a midway and amusements at Royal Crest 
Mall, 50 Kennedy Road South, Brampton on July 5th, 
1989 to July 8th, 1989 and September 27th, 1989 to 
September 30th, 1989 from 12:00 noon to 11:00 p.m. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 22 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
PART LOT 11, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. (FORMER TOWNSHIP 
OF CHINGUACOUSY) WARD 2, RALPH BYRNES INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED (BY-LAWS 193-89, 194-89 AND 195-89). File: 
ClW11.14 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
06 22 RE: PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TQ AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 9, CONCESSION 5, E.H.S., NORTH 
PARK DRIVE, WARD 11, BRAMALEA LIMITED. File: 

C5E9.15 


DEFERRED TO THE JULY 17TH, 1989 COUNCIL MEETING. 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


C311-89 


REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 06 
19. File: 7.1.6 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM P129-89 AND REFRAINED FROM VOTING AND 
DISCUSSION ON THE MATTER. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM P122-89 AND REFRAINED FROM VOTING AND 
DISCUSSION ON THE MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee dated 
1989 06 21, be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


G 2. REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 
0:6 27.5 Eades: Td? 
C312-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 
THAT the report from the Public Works Committee 
dated 1989 06 21, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 
CARRIED 
G 3. REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 06 21. File: 7.1.1 
C313-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee, dated 1989 06 Ail be 
approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 
i CORRES PONDENCE 
* I 1. RONALD Cis LATHAN, DEPUTY OumENE CLERK, THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BURLINGTON DATED 1989 05 
24 RE: GRANT REDUCTIONS TO MUNICIPALITIES. File: 
2A6d 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 
I 2. ROBERT J. WATSON Cy CHATRMAN, OLYMPIC COMMITTEE 
OF PEEL DATED 1989 06 20 RE: 1996 OLYMPICS. File: 
7.2.26 
C314-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from Robert J. Watson, 
Q.C., Chairman, Olympic Committee of Peel dated 
1989 06 20 re: 1996 Olympics, be received, and; 


THAT the following list of individuals from 
Brampton be forwarded as persons who would be 
interested in sitting on the Olympic Committee of 
Peel: 


Councillor Frank Russell 
Alderman Gael Miles 
Councillor Peter Robertson 
Alderman Dick Metzak , and; 
Alderman Paul Palleschi 


THAT the following member of Council represent the 
Corporation of the City of Brampton on the Olympic 
Committee of Peel: 


ALDERMAN PAUL PALLESCHI. 


CARRIED 


C315-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


eo 
STEPHEN CLARK, PRESIDENT, ASSOCIATION OF 


MUNICIPALITIES OF ONTARIO DATED 1989 06 O7 RE: 
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM. File: 7.2.1. 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the correspondence from Stephen Clark, 
President, Association of Municipalities of Ontario 
dated 1989 06 O7 re: Public Communications Program, 
be received and endorsed, and; 


THAT a one time contribution of $500.00 be made to 
the Association from the Council Promotions Account 
to support our endorsement of this recommendation. 


CARRIED 


J. RESOLUTIONS 


Jt ds 


C316—-89 


J: Qe 


C317-89 


CITY SOLICITOR - LANDFILL SITES. File: 7.2.54 


Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the Premier of Ontario and the Minister of the 
Environment be advised of the City's position and 
request to process all long term, interim, or 
contingency landfill sites in the City of Brampton 
under the provisions of the Environmental 
Assessment Act and in accordance with the proposed 
Order which the Minister has given notice he will 
issue under section 11 of the Environmental 
Assessment Act requiring the Region to conduct 
further research dated November 9, 1988, and, 


THAT the City Solicitor be instructed to 
investigate all remedies available to the City in 
the event the Minister of the Environment decides 
to process any landfill site application in the 
City of Brampton under the Environmental Protection 
Act. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN SPROVIERI RE: GORE FAIR. File: 7.2.26 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT Council approv the request for a Special 
Occasion Permit for the Gorefest held at Castlemore 
School on July 15. 1989. 


CARRIED 


COUNCILLOR ROBERTSON - BOVAITRD AND HEART LAKE ROAD 


INTERSECTION. File: 7.1.7 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


= 12? = 
C318-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the City staff request again from the 
Ministry of Transportation of Ontario to 
Signalize the intersection of Bovaird and Heart 
Lake Road (particularly the left hand turn lane 
south bound from Heart Lake Road on to Bovaird 
is hazardous, particularly in the morning peak). 
CARRIED 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 
Ley PETITIONS - NIL 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
M1. MINUTES FROM THR REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 06 08. File: 16.1 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 
M 2. MINUTES FROM THR BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN 
BRAMPTON BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA DATED 1989 06 
19% Ba less 16-03 
C319-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded bv Councillor Robertson 
THAT the Board of Management Minutes of June 19, 
1989, be received, and; 
THAT item (f) be sent to Mr. L. Koehle, 
Commissioner of Public Works and Building, for 
comment. 
Business Arising from the Minutes 
(f£) THAT the BIA request that City Council 
set up a committee to liase with the 
Public Works, By-law, Parks and 
Recreation, Planning, and the BIA on 
matters of downtown - snow’ removal, 
garbage pick up, sidewalk flushing, and 
general cleanliness. A BIA member should 
be the Chairperson of this committee. 
CARRIED 
M 3. ALDERMAN METZAK - "CIVIC CENTRE TASK FORCE". File: 
Le2i.08 
C320-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the Civic Centre Task Force Committee be 
amended to read that Alderman Metzak, Alderman 
Palleschi, Alderman Ludlow, Councillor Begley, 
Councillor Andrews, Alderman Gibson, Alderman 
Bissell and Councillor Robertson sit as a 
committee to bring forth the Woods Gordon Report 
to Council. 


CARRIED 


C321-89 


C322-89 


C323-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


ALDERMAN SPROVIERI - "PROPERTY STANDARDS MINIMUM 
MAINTENANCE BY-LAW". File: 7.1.1 (b) 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the Council of the City of Brampton ask the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs to give the 
Municipalities an amendment to the Minimum 
Maintenance By-law to deal more ffectively and 
quickly with people neglecting their lawn cutting. 
Since at the present time it is a prolonged process 
to get some people to comply with the present 
regulation. (suggestion) In the event that the 
property owner refuses to comply to maintain their 

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lawns, the municipalities may enter privat 
property after a reasonable notice and cut withou 
going through a hearing process, and; 


THAT item M 4 - Property Standards Minimum 
Maintenance By-law be referred to staff for a 
report on the next By-law Committee of July 12, 
1989 where a delegation will appear to address the 
issue. 

CARRIED 


CITIZENS ' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARD 3, MEETING HELD 
1989 05 10. File: 16.2 


Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


CARRIED 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee Ward 3, meeting held 1989 05 10, be 
received. 


CARRIED 
CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE - WARDS 3 AND 8, 


MEETING HELD: 1989 06 08. Files 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 3 and Ward 8, meeting held 1989 06 
08, be received, and; 


THAT the following recommendation be referred to 
the July 10, 1989 Administration and Finance 
Committee meeting for consideration: 


"The CACs of Ward 3 and Ward 8 suggest that 
Brampton City Council and staff form a committee 
consisting of the Board of Trade and concerned and 
informed citizens to investigate the feasibility of 
full-time representation and secondly investigate 
the feasibility of realignment of existing wards 
for both City Council and School Trustees." 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


= ars 
N. TENDERS 
N 1. CONTRACT 89-137 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT _ KINGKNOLL/SHERIDAN 
COLLEGE AND MCLAUGHLIN ROAD. File: 24.137.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 
N 2. CONTRACT 89-108 - RECONSTRUCTION, CASTLEMORE ROAD 


NO. 10 S.R.) McVEAN DRIVE TO JULIAN DRIVE. File: 
24.108.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C302-89. 
O. BY-LAWS 


C324-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT By-laws 175-89 to 196-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 06 26 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
175-89 To establish certain lands as part of 
Creditview Road. 
176-89 To stop up and close and authorize the 


sale of part of Creditview Road, being 
the road allowance between Concessions 3 
and 4, West of Hurontario Street. 


177-89 To prevent the application of part lot 
control to part of Registered Plan 
43M-925 (682967 Ontario Limited). 


178-89 To Amend By-law 205-79 (Fire Route 
By-law). 

179-89 To amend By-law 861. 

180-89 To amend By-law 200-82. 

181-89 To amend By-law 56-83. 

182-89 To amend By-law 139-84. 

183-89 To amend By-law 151-88. 

184-89 To adopt Amendment Number 165 and 
Amendment Number 165A to the Official 


Plan of the City of Brampton Planning 
Area. 


185-89 To amend By-law 861. 


186-89 To amend BY-law 200-82. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 


187-89 


188-89 


189-89 


190-89 


191-89 


192-89 


193-89 


194-89 


195-89 


196-89 


PB. "IN CAMERA" 


C325-89 


To amend By-law 56-83. 


d 
To amend By-law 139-84. 
d 


To amen 


By-law 151-88. 


To amend By-law 68-89 to regulate the use 
and erection of signs. 


To prevent the application of part lot 
control to part of Registered Plan 
43M-516 (620923 Ontario Inc.) 


To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 10, 
Concession 1, E.H.S. in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


To authoriz th enactment of an 
agreement between Ralph Byrnes 
Investments Limited, The Corporation of 


the City of Brampton and The Regional 
Municipality of Peel and 


To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 3, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot ll, 
Concession 1, W.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


To adopt Amendment Number 166 to _ the 
Official Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 


ITEM - PROPERTY MATTER. 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the Property matter as submitted be 


received and approved, and; 


FURTHER THAT the official of the Corporation are 
hereby authorized and directed to take such 
action as may be necessary to give effect to the 
recommendations as contained therein. 


CARRIED 


CONFIRMING BY-LAW 


C326-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT By-law 197-89 be given the required number 
of readings, taken as read, and signed by the 
Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal affixed 


thereto. 


197-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 06 26. 


* PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ORIGINAL HEADING SHOULD READ 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 06 26 
PAGE - 16 - 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 10 


2S 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C327-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again on 
Monday, July 17, 1989 or at the call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:50 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS 
MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH 
CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 O07 10 AT 


7:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 


150 


CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

ABSENT 
Councillor R. Begley 
Alderman S. Fennell 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 Q7 10. 


C328-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 07 10, be approved as printed, circulated 
and amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMEN'T 
ADD: 
D. RESOLUTION 


D 1. BRAMALEA LIMITED - LIQUOR LICENCE REQUEST 
LAURELCREST DEVELOPMENTS. 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 


C. REPORT OF OFFICIAL 


C 1. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 07 
05 RE: CONTRACT NO. 89-42 - SUPPLY AND 
INSTALLATION OF CONCRETE ARENA AND FLOOR AND 
RINK FLOOR PIPING. File: 24.42.89 


C329-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 07 05 re: 
Contract 89-42 - Supply and Installation of 


D 


D. 


1. 


Concrete Arena and Floor and Rink Floor Piping 
be received, and: 
SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 10 


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THAT Contract 89-42 be awarded to Court 
Contractors Ltd, in the amount of $226,137.00, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize staff to negotiate 
certain reductions in the scope of work in order 
to reduce the contract amount, and; 


THAT the Clerk request the O.M.B. to amend the 
order to increase the gross amount of the 

project without affecting the approved debenture 
amount, and; 


THAT the grant monies received from the Ministry 
be used to provide additional funding for the 
project as required with the balance of 
available funds to be used to reduce the amount 
of debenture, and; 


THAT the Ontario Municipal Board Order No. 
E880310, be amended to reflect the increased 
costs to read $836,437.00, and; 


THAT any Surplus financing to be used to reduce 
the Depentures required. 


CARRIED 


RESOLUTION 


BRAMALEA LIMITED - LIQUOR LICENCE REQUEST 
LAURELCREST DEVELOPMENTS. 


C330-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 


E. 


Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


WHEREAS Bramalea Limited is planning a welcome 
barbecue for their owners of Laurelcrest 
Apartments, and; 


WHEREAS Bramalea Limited has received a permit 
to erect a marque on their lands adjacent to the 
Laurelcrest Development and; 


WHEREAS Bramalea Limited has applied for a 
Special Occasion Permit for 3 hours on Thursday, 
July 13th, 1989 in the evening hours, 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Liquor Licence 
Board be advised that the City of Brampton 
Council has no objections to the event. 


CARRIED 
BY-LAW 


C331-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT By-law 198-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 07 10 be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and 
Signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


198-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 O07 10. 
SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 O7 10 


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ae ADJOURNMENT 


C332-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, July 17, 1989 or at the call of the 
Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:40 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLIANS MAYOR 


R. DAVID TUFTS ACTING CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES MINUTES OF THE 
REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
HELD ON 1989 07 17 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 
PARK DRIVE. BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 


Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 


ABSENT 
Mayor K. Whillans (vacation) 


Alderman P. Beisel (vacation) 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 07 17. 


C333-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 


1989 07 17, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 
ADD: 


J 1. COUNCILLOR ANDREWS RE: PHASING OF RESIDENTIAL/ 
COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. File: 7.1.6 


J 2. COUNCILLOR ROBERTSON RE: ENTRANCE OF TRUCKING TERMINAL ON 
EAST SIDE OF HWY 50. File: 7.1.7 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 

Bl. COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - ITEM P149-89 - WARD FUNERAL HOME - PART 
LOT 1, PLAN BR-21 (MAIN STREET SOUTH) AND ITEM E2 - WARD 
FUNERAL HOME, PART LOT 1, PIAN BR-21 - HAS BUSINESS DEALINGS WITH THE 


APPLICANT. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 
Des 
B 2. ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM P 150-89 - OFFICIAL PLAN 


AMENDMENT NUMBER 149 (SECONDARY PLAN NO. 28 
SANDRINGHAM-WELLINGTON AREA) MAJOR LANDOWNERS' 


OBJECTIONS AND ITEM F9 - OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 
149, PROPOSED MINISTER'S MODIFICATIONS AND RELATED MATTERS - 
EMPLOYER HAS BUSINESS DEALINGS WITH THE APPLICANTS. 


B 3. ALDERMAN BISSELL - ITEM BB050-89 - BASEMENT 
APARTMENTS - SPOUSE EMPLOYED IN THE REAL ESTATE 


BUSINESS. 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 06 26. 


C334-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 06 26, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


C 2. MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 07 10. 


C335-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting 
held 1989 07 10, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C336-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 
contained: 


* F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 07 12 RE: NEW CITY HALL PROGRESS REPORT. 
File: 7.2.55.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 07 12 re: 
New City Hall Progress Report, be received. 


3 F 3. CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 06 12 RE: AMENDMENTS 
TO THE REGION OF PEEL ACT - WASTE MANAGEMENT 
MATTERS. File: 7.2.54 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the City Solicitor dated 1989 06 12 re: 
Amendments to the Region of Peel Act - Waste Management Matters, be received, 

and: 

THAT the comments and recommendations, as set out in the City 
Solicitor's letter, be adopted, approved and forwarded to the Region as the 

City's response to the proposed amendments to the Region of 
Peel Act dealing with waste management matters. 
F 4. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 07 12 RE: PART LOT CONTROL 
EXEMPTION, KERBEL GROUP - WARD 2, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-928 (BY-LAW 
202-89). File: 7.1.6.3 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 1989 07 12 re: Part Lot 
Control Exemption, Kerbel Group - Ward 2, Registered Plan 43M-928, 

be received, and; 

THAT Council approve the request for Part Lot Control exemption, and; 

THAT Council enact By-law 202-89 being a by-law to prevent the 
application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-928 (Kerbel Group). 
F 5. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 06 12 RE: 
CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR BALL DIAMOND FLOODLIGHTING - 
BRAMALEA COMMUNITY PARK. File: 7.1.4 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Commissioner of Community 
Services dated 1989 06 12 re: Consultant Services for Ball Diamond 


Floodlighting - Bramalea Community Park, be 
received, and; 


THAT the firm of Vandesco and Associates Ltd. be awarded a contract in the 
amount of $4,000.00 for the preparation of design drawings and 
specifications, tender preparation and review and supervision for the 
provision and installation of floodlighting of two (2) ball 
diamonds at Bramalea Community Park. 


F 6. SUPERVISOR OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 


1989 07 12 RE: LIVE STOCK CLAIM - GIUSEPPE ALTOBELLI. 
File: 7.1.1 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Supervisor of Licensing and Animal Control dated 
1989 07 12 re: Live Stock Claim - Giuseppe Altobelli, be received, 


and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT Council approve of the payment of the claim in accordance with the 
report of the Live Stock Valuer in the amount of $160.00. 


* 12. CARL ROULSTON DATED 1989 06 26 RE: STREET 
PARTY, AUGUST STH, 1989 - LAUDERDALE ROAD. 
File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Carl Roulston dated 1989 06 26 re: Street 
Party, August 5th, 1989 Lauderdale Road, be received, and; 


THAT this request be approved subject to the organizers obtaining the 
standard permits and Fire, Police and Public Works approval. 


13. KEVIN H. SMITH, REGIONAL COORDINATOR, FUND RAISING/VOLUNTEER 
RESOURCES SOUTHWESTERN 

ONTARIO, MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF CANADA DATED 
1989 06 23 RE: NORANDA FOREST MS 150K BIKE TOUR - AUGUST 19TH AND 
20TH, 1989. File: 7 9 96 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Kevin H. Smith, Regional Coordinator, 
Fund Raising/Volunteer Resources, Southwestern Ontario, Multiple Sclerosis Society 
of Canada dated 1989 06 23 re: Noranda Forest MS 150K Bike Tour - August 19th and 
20th, 1989, be received. 


* 14. DEBORAH E. TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK AND DIRECTOR 
OF ADMINISTRATION, REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 06 27 RE: GO TRANSIT - A FIVE (5) 
YEAR PERSPECTIVE. File: 7.2.23 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Deborah E. Trouten, 
Regional Clerk and Director of Administration, 
Regional Municipality of Peel dated 1989 06 27 

re: GO Transit - A Five (5) Year Perspective, 

be received. 


15. J. MURRAY COSTELLO, PRESIDENT, CANADIAN AMATEUR 
HOCKEY ASSOCIATION AND CHAIRMAN POLICY 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 06 28 RE: FIRST EVER 
WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. File: 7.2.26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. Murray Costello, 
President, Canadian Amateur Hockey Association 
and Chairman, Policy Committee dated 1989 06 28 
re: First Ever Women's World Championship, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council approve of staff advising the 
Canadian Amateur Hockey Association of the 
City's interest in hosting the First Ever 

Women's World Hockey Championships in March 
1990. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* M 1. BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MINUTES MEETING HELD 
1989 04 20. File: 16.10 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage 
Board Meeting held 1989 04 20, be received. 


is M 4. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 06 22. File: 7.2.23 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT that the minutes from the Regional 
Municipality of Peel Meeting held 1989 06 22, be 
received. 


" N 1. CONTRACT 89-104 - WATERCOURSE IMPROVEMENTS, BANK 
STABILIZATION AT LOAFER'S LAKE/ETOBICOKE CREEK. 
File: 24,104.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-104 - Watercourse Improvements, 
Bank Stabilization at Loafer's Lake/Etobicoke 

Creek be awarded to R & M Construction, A 
Division of 560789 Ontario Limited in the total 
amount of $197,950.00 (One Hundred & Ninety 
Seven Thousand, Nine Hundred & Fifty Dollars) 
being the lowest acceptable bid received, and; 


THAT Council approve the awarding of this 
contract subject to the following: 


1) that the Subdivision known as Heart Lake 
Block "G" - Registered Plan M-56S will 
be assumed by the City, and: 


2) the Costs for the works related to Block 
"G" will not exceed $81,500.00. 


= N 2. CONTRACT 89-41 - INSTALLATION OF VARIOUS ASPHALT 
PARK WALKWAYS & DRIVEWAY. File: 24.41.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-41 - Installation of Various 
Asphalt Park Walkways and Driveways be awarded 
to Park Lans Paving & Concrete Company, A 
Division of Jack Greedy Limited in the total 
amount of $107,652.00 (One Hundred & Seven 
Thousand, Six Hundred & Fifty Two Dollars), 
being the lowest acceptable bid received. 


+ N 3. CONTRACT 89-112 - RECONSTRUCTION OF GEORGE 
STREET BETWEEN WELLINGTON STREET AND NELSON 
STREET. File: 24.112.89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-112 - Reconstruction of George Street between Wellington 
Street and Nelson Street be awarded to Keeway Construction Company 
Ltd., in the corrected total amount of $1,324,173.50 (One Million, Three Hundred 
& Twenty Four Thousand, One Hundred & Seventy 
Three Dollars & Fifty Cents) being the only bid received. Included in the 
above-mentioned amount is an amount of $231,356.50 (Two Hundred 
& Thirty One Thousand, Three Hundred & Fifty Six Dollars & Fifty Cents) for 
the installation of watermains and sanitary sewers which is subject 
to approval by the Council of the Regional Municipality of Peel, and $143,591.00 ( One 
Hundred & Forty Three Thousand, Five Hundred & Ninety One Dollars) for 
the installation of hydro services which is subject to the approval 
of the Brampton Hydro Commission, and; 


That Council approve financing of the Public Works portion of 
the project in the amount of $834.815.00. and: 

THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer $490,000.00 from the 
revenue fund to the special capital fund, and; 

FURTHER THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer additional funds 
to the capital fund as required and available from the 1989 current budget 
with any unfunded balance at the end of 1989 being provided for in the 1990 proposed 


current budget of the Public Works Department. 


CARRIED 


E. DELEGATIONS 


E 1. MARIE MOORE RE: KERRI IVANYSHYN - MISS BRAMPTON 
1990. File: 7.2.26 


Ms. Moore addressed Council to introduce the new Miss Brampton 1990, 
Miss Kerri Ivanyshyn. 


C337-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Ms. Marie Moore re: 
Kerri Ivanyshyn - Miss Brampton 1990, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


E 2. ALAN M. WARD RE: WARD FUNERAL HOME, PART LOT 1, 
PLAN BR-21. File: CLE5.29 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF 
INTEREST AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND 
VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


her client was 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


gs 


Mrs. Hendy appeared before Council, on behalf of her client, indicating that 


prepared to accept the conditions with regard to 


vehicles to be parked on the site and requested Councils’ approval. 


C338-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the delegation from Mrs. Judy Hendy re: 
Ward Funeral Home, Part Lot 1, Plan Br.21, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM P149-89 AND DEALT WITH AT 


THIS TIME 


P149-89 WARD FUNERAL HOME - PART LOT 1, PLAN BR-21 (MAIN 


STREET SOUTH) - WARD 3 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF 
INTEREST AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND 
VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


"THAT the report dated 1989 07 07 re Application 
to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be 
received, and; 


A. The notes of the Public Meeting and the 
subsequent reports from staff be 
received, and; 


B. The application to amend the Official 
Plan and Zoning By-law to permit the use 
of an existing residence for commercial 
uses on Part of Lot 1, Plan BR-21 be 
approved specific to funeral home 
accessory use for three year temporary 
zoning and no access to the northern 
regional property be allowed and a one 
foot reserve be taken." 


CARRIED 


the number of 


E 3. RONALD K. WEBB RE: MAZURKA CONSTRUCTION LTD., 


21T-89008B. File: CIW16.4 


Mr. Webb addressed Council on behalf of the 


DRAFT PLAN 


Snelgrove Secondary Plan 


Review and indicated his clients agreement with the recommendation 


set forth in the Planning Committee meeting 


C339-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Ronald K. Webb re: 
Mazurka Construction Ltd., Draft Plan 21T 
89008B. be received. 


minutes dated 1989 07 10. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


ae 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM P141-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AT THIS TIME, 
AS FOLLOWS: 


P141-89 SNELGROVE SECONDARY PLAN REVIEW 


"THAT the report dated 1989 07 06 re Snelgrove Secondary Plan Review be 
received, and; 


1. That the density limitation for the 
Mazurka lands be 7.4 units per acre, 
provided that the maximum density for 
the undeveloped portions of Snelgrove 
(west of Highway Number 10 and north of 
Mayfield Road, east of Highway Number 
10) be under 6.0 units per acre; 


2. That the remaining 1.0 acres of 
commercial designation be allocated to 
the south-west corner of Mayfield Road 
and Highway Number 10; 


3. A Public Meeting be convened in 
accordance with Council's procedures, 
and; 

4. Subject to the results of the Public 


Meeting the revised Snelgrove Secondary 
Plan be presented to City Council for 
adoption." 


CARRIED 


F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


F 1. CITY CLERK/DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION DATED 1989 07 10 RE: 
CLERK'S STATEMENT ON CANDIDATES DISCLOSURE PART II. File: 10.88 


C340-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the City Clerk/Director of 
Administration dated 1989 07 10 re: Clerk's 
Statement on Candidates Disclosure Part 11, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council refer to the Clerk to amend 
Schedule A, Form 34 for Peter Robertson to 
reflect the accurate total campaign expenses, if 
appropriate. 


CARRIED 
* F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 07 12 RE: NEW CITY HALL PROGRESS REPORT. 
File: 7.2.55.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


= F 3. CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 06 12 RE: AMENDMENTS 
TO THE REGION OF PEEL ACT - WASTE MANAGEMENT 
MATTERS. File: 7.2.54 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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* F 4. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 07 12 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, KERBEL GROUP - WARD 2, 
REGISTERED PLAN 43M-928 (BY-LAW 202-89). File: 
7.1.6.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


= FS. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 06 
12 RE: CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR BALL DIAMOND 
FLOODLIGHTING - BRAMALEA COMMUNITY PARK. File: 
7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


- F 6. SUPERVISOR OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 
1989 07 12 RE: LIVE STOCK CLAIM - GIUSEPPE 
ALTOBELLL File: 7.1.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


F 7. DIRECTOR OF TRANSIT DATED 1989 07 05 RE: 
CONTRACT 89-37 - SUPPLY OF BUS SHELTERS. File: 
24.37.89 


C341-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the report from the Director of Transit 
dated 1989 07 05 re: Contract 89-37 - Supply of 
Bus Shelters, be received, and; 


THAT a purchase order for the supply and 
installation of 18 passenger shelters be issued 
to Daytech Manufacturing in the amount of 
$112,860.00, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer an 
additional $46,810.00 from Reserve Fund #18 to 
the Capital Fund. 


CARRIED 


F 8. DIRECTOR OF RECREATION FACILITIES AND PROGRAMME 
SERVICES DATED 1989 07 11 RE: CREDIT CARD 
SYSTEM OF PURCHASING THEATRE TICKETS. File: 
7.1.4 


C342-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Director of Recreation 
Facilities and Programme Services dated 1989 07 
11 re: Credit Card System of Purchasing Theatre 
Tickets, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve the credit card system of 
purchasing theatre tickets, which will enable 

the Treasury Department to proceed in entering 
into an agreement with Visa to enable the Parks 
and Recreation Department to begin accepting 
payment for theatre tickets through the "Visa" 
and "Mastercard" credit cards. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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F 9. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 07 14 RE: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 149, 
PROPOSED MINISTER'S MODIFICATIONS AND RELATED 
MATTERS. File: OPA 149 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND 
REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


C343-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 07 14 re: Official Plan Amendment No. 149, Proposed 
Minister's Modifications and Related Matters, be received. and; 


THAT the proposed modification in the "Proposed Additional Modifications 
to be added to the Consolidated Recommended Minister's 
Modifications" list attached to the July 14, 1989 staff report be endorsed by 
Council and presented, along with a Schedule 'SP28(A)' adjusted in accordance 
with the sketches included in that same staff report, at the July 
26. 1989 Public Meeting. and; 


THAT the word "MAY", shall be used in conjunction with policies 
8.1.5 and 8.1.7. 


CARRIED 


F10. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 07 17 RE: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 14, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., 400 RAY LAWSON 
BOULEVARD WARD 3, SOUTHBROOK LODGE LIMITED (BY-LAWS 207- 

89, 208-89 AND 209-89). File: T1W14.8 


C344-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 07 17 re: Application to Amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part Lot 14, Concession 1, W.HLS., 400 Ray Lawson 
Boulevard, Ward 3, Southbrook Lodge Limited, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 207-89 being a by-law to authorize the 
execution of an agreement between Southbrook Lodge Limited, The 
Corporation of the City of Brampton and the 
Royal Bank of Canada, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 208-89 being a by-law to adopt 
Amendment Number 168 and Amendment Number 168A to the Official Plan 
of the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 

THAT Council enact By-law 209-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 
139-84 as amended, (Part of Lot 14, Concession 1, W.H.S. in the geographic 


Township of Toronto). 


CARRIED 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 1. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 07 10. File: 7.1 


C345-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


AMENDMENT 


ADD: 


AF066-89 


Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 07 10, be approved 
as printed and circulated as amended, with the 
exception of Item AF070-89 which was extracted 
and dealt with separately. 


CARRIED 


1989 ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES OF ONTARIO 
CONFERENCE AUGUST 20TH TO 23RD INCLUSIVE. 


File: 7.1 
RECOMMENDATION 'B' 
THAT City Council unanimously endorsed the 
nomination of Alderman Alan Gibson to the 1989 
1990 Association of Municipalities! Board of 
Directors. 
CARRIED 


COUNCIL DEALT WITH ITEM AF070-89 AS FOLLOWS: 


AF070-89 


SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION - 554278 
ONTARIO LIMITED (BRAMPTON OLDE TOWNE 
SUBDIVISION) - REGISTERED PLANS 43M-571 AND 43M- 
572. 


THAT this item be referred to the August 14th, 
1989 meeting of the Administration and Finance 
Committee. 


CARRIED 


G2. REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE DATED 


1989 07 10. File: 7.1.4 


C346-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 


G3. 


Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 

THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee, dated 1989 07 10, be approved as 
printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 07 
10. File: 7.1.6 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF 
INTEREST WITH ITEM P149-89 AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM P150-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 
AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 

CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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C347-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee dated 


1989 07 10, be approved as printed and circulated after extracting Items P140-89, P141- 
89 which was dealt with under Delegation Item E3, P149-89 which was 
dealt with under Delegation Item E2. 
CARRIED 


COUNCIL DEALT WITH ITEM P140-89 AS FOLLOWS: 


P140-89 EVELYN AIMES HOLDINGS INC. - LOT 5 CON. 1, 
E.H.S. - WARD 3 


THAT staff be directed to initiate a Secondary Plan for the Queen Street 
corridor between the Etobicoke Creek and the Bramalea City Centre as soon as 
possible, and; 

THAT a consultant be hired subject to terms of reference being prepared 
including budget amounts for the 1989 08 14 meeting of Planning 

Committee. 
CARRIED 
P150-89 OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NUMBER 149 (SECONDARY TO PLAN 


NO. 28 SANDRINGHAM-WELLINGTON AREA) MAJOR P158-89 LANDOWNERS' OBJECTIONS 


THE FOLLOWING TWO ADDITIONAL RESOLUTIONS WERE 


CONSIDERED AND APPROVED WITH RESPECT TO THIS MATTER: 
THAT with respect to the massing of High Density Residential in Secondary 
Plan No. 28, the maximum number of such units in any one location 
be 800, except that a higher level may be approved, at the discretion of Council, in 
cases where bonusing is proposed to encourage the preservation of special 


parkland, ponds, etc. 


CARRIED 
THAT staff be directed to retain the designation of "Special Park" for lands 
situated North of Bovaird Drive midway between Bramalea Road and Torbram Road, 
as shown in Amendment 149 dated October 12, 1988, and; 
FURTHER THAT the Clerk place on file the letter from the Chairman of the 
Ward 10 C.A.C. 
CARRIED 
G4. REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 07 
12. File: 7.1.7 
C348-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 
THAT the report from the Public Works Committee dated 1989 07 12, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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G5. REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 07 12. File: 7.1.1 


ALDERMAN BISSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITH 
ITEM BB050-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


C350-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the report from the Building and By-law Enforcement Committee 


dated 1989 07 12, be 


approved as printed and circulated. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


CARRIED 


H 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 06 22 RE: PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 


APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 


ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 9, CONCESSION 5, 


E.H.S., NORTH PARK DRIVE, WARD 11, BRAMALEA 


LIMITED (BY-LAWS 204-89, 205-89 AND 206-89). 


File: C5E9.15 


C350-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Development dated 1989 06 22 re: Application to Amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 9, Concession 5, 


Limited, be received, and; 


Bramalea 


THAT Council enact By-law 204-89 being a by-law 


Amendment Number 167 and Amendment 
Brampton Planning Area, and; 


of the City of 


THAT Council enact By-law 205-89 being a by-law 


861 (part of Lot 9, Concession 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 206-89 being a by-law 


151-88 (part of Lot 9, 
Township 


ON A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 


of Chinguacousy). 


Planning and 


E.H.S., North Park Drive, Ward 11, 


to adopt 
Number 167A to the Official Plan 


to amend By-law 
5, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 


to amend By-law 
Concession 5, E.H.S., in the geographic 


"CARRIED", 8 YEAS, 6 


NAYS AND 3 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR 


Alderman Bissell 
Alderman Fennell 
Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Metzak 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


OPPOSED 


Alderman Gibson 
Alderman Palleschi 
Alderman Miles 
Councillor Carter 
Councillor Begley 
Councillor Robertson 


ABSENT 


Councillor Russell 
Mayor Whillans 
Alderman Beisel 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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I. CORRESPONDENCE 


11. J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 05 31 RE: BRAMALEA LIMITED 
21T-87034B. File: C5E9.15 


C351-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 05 
31 re: Bramalea Limited 21T-87034B, be 
received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Bramptons' position. 


CARRIED 
m 12. CARL ROULSTON DATED 1989 06 26 RE: STREET 


PARTY, AUGUST STH, 1989 - LAUDERDALE ROAD. 
File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


= 13. KEVIN H. SMITH, REGIONAL COORDINATOR, FUND 
RAISING/VOLUNTEER RESOURCES, SOUTHWESTERN 
ONTARIO, MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF CANADA 
DATED 1989 06 23 RE: NORANDA FOREST MS 150K BIKE 
TOUR - AUGUST 19TH AND 20TH, 1989. File: 
7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


is 14 DEBORAH E. TROUTEN REGIONAL CLERK AND DIRECTOR 
OF ADMINISTRATION, REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 


DATED 1989 06 27 RE: GO TRANSIT - A FIVE (5) 
YEAR PERSPECTIVE. File: 7.2.23 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


" 15. J. MURRAY COSTELLO, PRESIDENT, CANADIAN AMATEUR 
HOCKEY ASSOCIATION AND CHAIRMAN, POLICY 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 06 28 RE: FIRST EVER 
WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. File: 7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


16. FRANCES AIRD CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR TOWNSHIP OF 
C344-89D 1989 07 07 RE: CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 
REGULATIONS. File: 7.1.2 


C352-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the correspondence from Frances Aird, Clerk- 
Administrator, Township of Hope dated 1989 07 07 re: Conservation Authority 
Regulations, be received. 


CARRIED 
17. DONALD GLEN, CHAIRMAN, PEACE WEEK IN BRAMPTON 


1989 DATED 1989 07 12 RE: INSTALLATION OF 
STREET BANNERS FOR PEACE WEEK. File: 7.2.26/ 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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C353-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the correspondence from Donald Glen, Chairman, Peace Week in 
Brampton 1989 dated 1989 07 12 re: Installation of Street Banners for 
Peace Week. be received, and; 
THAT the installation of the street banners be approved subject to 
satisfactory arrangements with City Staff and the installation of banners 
by Brampton Hydro. 
CARRIED 
J. RESOLUTIONS 


Ji. COUNCILLOR ANDREWS RE: PHASING OF RESIDENTIAL/ 
COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. File: 7.1.6 


C354-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT staff be instructed to report to Council the impacts of 
phasing all residential development until the 
Residential/Commercial- Industrial development ratio is at the desired 60%/40t 
balance. The report to include all financial aspects as well as the effects on 


Hydro. Water and Sewer requirements. 


CARRIED 
J 2. COUNCILLOR ROBERTSON RE: ENTRANCE OF TRUCKING TERMINAL ON 
EAST SIDE OF HWY 50. File: 7.1.7 
C355-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson Seconded by 
Alderman Sprovieri 
THAT the City of Brampton write to the Minister of Transport, the 
Premier and our M.P.P.'s and the President of CPR stating we are alarmed that 
the trucking terminal on the east side of HWY 50 has it's proposed entrance on 
Highway 50 opposite Castlemore Side Road when all the 
neighbouring municipalities have been recommending 
the entrance off Rutherford Road, and: 
THAT to our knowledge there is no landscaped berm and visual 
buffer on the western property line. 
CARRIED 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 
L. PETITIONS - NIL 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
* M 1. BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MINUTES MEETING HELD 


1989 04 20. File: 16.10 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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M 2. ALDERMAN SUSAN FENNELL RE: LESTER B. PEARSON 


INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. File: 7.1.2 


C356-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the correspondence from Alderman Susan 
Fennell re: Lester B. Pearson International 
Airport, be received, and; 


THAT the report re: Toronto - Lester B. Pearson 
International Airport - Economic Impact Study, 
Executive Summary, be received, and; 


THAT the City of Brampton Council acknowledge 
the positive economic impact of Lester B. 

Pearson International Airport as our neighbour, 
and: 


THAT the press release from The Brampton Board 
of Trade dated 1989 07 14, be received. 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C357-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT a delegation up to 5 members of Council 
including Alderman Ed Ludlow and members of the 
Tri-Municipal Committee travel, if possible 

within 7 days, and meet with the appropriate 
officials regarding future airport expansion. 


ON A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 


CARRIED", 9 YEAS, 6 NAYS AND 2 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED 
Alderman Metzak Alderman Gibson Mayor Whillans 
Councillor Russell Alderman Bissell Alderman Beisel 
Councillor Carter Alderman Fennell 
Councillor Begley Alderman Palleschi 
Councillor Robertson Councillor Andrews 
Alderman DiMarco Alderman Miles 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C358-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the issue of aircraft noise continues to be 
of great concern to the residents of the City of 
Brampton. It is for this reason that this 

Council strongly endorses noise abatement 
procedures that are developed to reduce the 
noise impacts. However, such measures are only 
effective when they are vigorously enforced, and 
we are concerned that Transport Canada's 
enforcements efforts may not be adequate. 
Specifically, we request a response to the 
following questions: 


ABSENT 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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a) What is the current status of the 
enforcement program 


b) When will we see the fines increased to 
$10,000.00 on a sliding scale as 
promised 

c) How are the fines applied in regards to 


first offense, second offense, etc. 


We are convinced and know that there are still too many 
violations and strongly recommend that an effective and enforceable program be put 
in place immediately, and; 

FURTHER THAT these new procedures be in place and enforceable 
prior to any expansion at Lester B. Pearson Airport. 

CARRIED 


COUNCIL RECESSED AT 10:00 P.M. AND RECONVENED AT 10:10 P.M. 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 
THAT the Council of the City of Brampton do not support a north/south or 
an east/west or any 4th runway at this time, at Pearson International Airport. 


THE MOTION WAS SEPARATED AND VOTED ON AS FOLLOWS: 


C359-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the Council of the City of Brampton do not support a north/south 
runway. 
CARRIED 
THAT the Council of the City of Brampton do not support an east/west or 
any 4th runway at this time, at Pearson International Airport. 
LOST 
M 3. PERFORMING ARTS FACILITY COMMITTEE - SPECIAL REQUEST. File: 7.1.4 


C360-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the Performing Arts Facility Committee be 
granted a loan of $5,000.00 for the purpose of 
fundraising. The loan is to be repaid during 

fiscal year 1989. 


CARRIED 


* M 4. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 06 22. File: 7.2.23 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 
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M 5. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 6, 
MEETING HELD 1989 05 17. File: 16.2 


C361-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 6, meeting held 1989 05 17, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 6. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 
MEETING HELD 1989 05 25. File: 16.2 


C362-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


f THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 7, meeting held 1989 05 25, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 7. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, WARD 9, 
MEETING HELD 1989 06 20. File: 16.2 


C363-89 Moved by Alderman Begley 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 9, meeting held 1989 06 20, be 


received. 
CARRIED 
N. TENDERS 
* N 1. CONTRACT 89-104 - WATERCOURSE IMPROVEMENTS, BANK 


STABILIZATION AT LOAFER'S LAKE/ETOBICOKE CREEK. 
File: 24.104.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


if N 2. CONTRACT 89-41 - INSTALLATION OF VARIOUS ASPHALT 
PARK WALKWAYS & DRIVEWAY. File: 24.41.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


= N 3. CONTRACT 89-112 - RECONSTRUCTION OF GEORGE 
STREET BETWEEN WELLINGTON STREET AND NELSON 
STREET. File: 24.112.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C336-89. 


N 4. CONTRACT 89-15 - CONSTRUCTION OF THE BRAMALEA 
CITY CENTRE TRANSIT TERMINAL. File: 24.15.89 


C364-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT Contract 89-15 - Construction of the 
Bramalea City Centre Transit Terminal be awarded 
to Kamlu Construction Ltd. in the total 

corrected amount of $1,086,258.38 (One Million, 
Eighty Six Thousand, Two Hundred & Fifty Eight 


Dollars and Thirty Eight Cents), being the 
lowest acceptable bid received, and; 
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


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THAT the awarding of this contract be subject to 


the following: 


1. Confirmation from the Ministry of 
Transportation of Ontario for Subsidy in 
the amount of $800,000.00, 

2. Confirmation from Bramalea Limited for 
their $200,000.00 contribution, in the 
form of a Letter of Credit, 

2: That the City Clerk be directed to 
submit application to the Ontario 
Municipal Board for the necessary 
debentures of $222,500.00, with total 
costs of $1,335,000.00, and; 

4. That the purchase order issued to CGL 
Consulting Engineering Ltd. be extended 
to $112,000.00. 

CARRIED 
O. BY-LAWS 
C365-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 

Seconded by Councillor Andrews 

THAT By-laws 199-89 to 210-89 as listed on the 

Council meeting agenda dated 1989 07 17 be given 

the required number of readings, taken as read, 

and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 

Seal affixed thereto. 

CARRIED 

199-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the 


200-89 


201-89 


202-89 


203-89 


204-89 


regulation of traffic) for the 
placement of ALL WAY STOPS on 
Flowertown Ave., Lascelles Blvd., 
Massey St. and Newport St. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
placement of parking restrictions 


on County Court Boulevard and Main 


Street South. 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
change in the RATE OF SPEED on 
Kennedy Road North and Williams 
Parkway. 


To prevent the application of part 
lot control to part of Registered 
Plan 43M-928 (Kerbel Group). 


To appoint Municipal By-law 
Enforcement Officers. 


To adopt Amendment Number 167 and 
Amendment Number 167A to the 
Official Plan of the City of 


Brampton Planning Area. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 07 17 


290.- 


205-839 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 9, 
Concession 5, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy). 


206-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 
9, Concession 5, E.HLS., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy). 


207-89 To authorize an agreement between 
Southbrook Lodge Limited, The 
Corporation of the City of Brampton 
and the Royal Bank of Canada. 


208-89 To adopt Amendment Number 168 and 
Amendment Number 168A to the 
Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area. 


209-89 To amend By-law 139-84 as amended, 
(Part of Lot 14, Concession 1, 
W.HLS. in the geographic Township 
of Toronto). 


210-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 07 17. 


P. ADJOURNMENT 


C366-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, August 23rd, 1989 or at the call of 
the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:30 P.M. 


SUSAN J. DIMARCO =ACTING MAYOR 


R. DAVID TUFTS ACTING CLERK 


INUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 


OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 

CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 08 14 AT 
6:30 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL 
PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


Alderman S. Fennell, Acting Mayor 
Councillor F. Andrews 

Alderman L. Bissell 

Alderman P. Palleschi 

Alderman P. Beisel 

Alderman S. DiMarco 

Alderman G. Miles 

Alderman E. Ludlow 

Alderman D. Metzak 

Alderman J. Sprovieri 


Mayor K. Whillans 


Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter (vacation) 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 


Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman A. Gibson 


APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 08 14. 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the Agenda for the Special "In Camera" 
Council meeting held 1989 08 14, be approved as 
printed and circulated, as amended. 


CARRIED 


CAMERA" ITEM - ALDERMAN ED LUDLOW 


CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 


PRESENT 
ABSENT 
A. 

Al. 
C367-89 
AMENDMEN'T 
ADD: 
om "IN 
B. 

Gs "IN 


CAMERA" ITEMS - PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY MATTERS. 


COUNCIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" 
TO DISCUSS THE PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY MATTERS. UPON 
MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" STAFF 


WERE 


INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN 


COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE PERSONNEL 


AND 


PROPERTY MATTERS. 


COUNCIL ROSE AND CONTINUED WITH THE ORDER OF THE 
AGENDA. 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 14 


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D. RESOLUTION 
D 1. COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATION TAX. 


C368-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


WHEREAS the Minister of Revenue has introduced 
Bill 46, An Act to Establish a Commercial 
Concentration Tax, in the Ontario legislature; 


AND WHEREAS Bill 46 includes the Regional 
Municipality of Peel within the greater Toronto 
Area for the purposes of the Bill; 


AND WHEREAS the imposition of a commercial 
concentration tax is counter-productive to the 
goal of downtown redevelopment of suburban 
municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area, a 
goal which has been supported by the Province of 
Ontario through such programs as the PRIDE 
program; 


AND WHEREAS the imposition of the commercial 
concentration tax on commercial parking lots 
operated by municipality or local board is a 
dangerous departure from the long established 
principle that property owned by a municipality 
and used for its purposes is exempt from 
taxation at the provincial level, and results in 
an unfair tax burden on municipalities; 


NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 


1. THAT the Council of the Corporation of 
the City of Brampton oppose the 
enactment of Bill 46, An Act to 
Establish a Commercial Concentration 
Tax, and in particular, Section 4 (3) of 
the Bill which imposes the tax on 
commercial parking lots operated by a 

municipality or local board. 


HAT if Bill 46 is referred to a 

tanding committee and an opportunity is 
vailable for public comment on the 

ill, staff be authorized to attend in 
upport of the city's position. 


nw WH 


3 THAT the Clerk circulate copies of this 

resolution to the Association of 
Municipalities of Ontario, to each 
municipality in the the regional 
municipalities of Durham, Halton, Peel, 
and York and each municipality in the 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 
requesting their endorsement, and to the 
M.P.P.'s for the riding of Brampton 
North and Brampton South. 


CARRIED 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 14 


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E. BY-LAWS 


C369-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded bv Alderman DiMarco 


THAT By-law 211-89 as listed on the Special 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 08 14 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


211-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council's special meeting held 1989 
08 14. 
CARRIED 
B's ADJOURNMENT 


C370-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Wednesday, August 23rd, 1989 or at the call 
of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:20 P.M. 


SUSAN FENNELL ACTING MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 08 23 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

Aus APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 08 23. 


C371-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 08 23, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 
ADD: 
E. DELEGATIONS 


E 5. TERRY MILLER RE: CHINGUACOUSY HEALTH SERVICES 
HOSPITAL. File: 7.2.24 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
B 1. ALDERMAN BEITSEL - ITEM P167-89 - JAYANT THAKUR 
PART LOT 7, CON. 1, E.H.S. - ONE OF HIS STAFF IS 


RELATED TO THE APPLICANT. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON - ITEM P174-89, P175-89 AND 
P176-89 - PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE OFFICIAL 

PLAN AMENDMENT NUMBER 149 (SECONDARY PLAN FOR 

AREA NO. 28) AND ITEM E 3 - OFFICIAL PLAN 
AMENDMENT NO. 149 - SCHEDULE A SANDRINGHAM 
WELLINGTON SECONDARY PLAN FOR AREA NO. 28, AND 
ITEM F14 - MODIFICATIONS TO THE OFFICIAL PLAN, 
NUMBER 149 - HAS REAL ESTATE DEALINGS WITH THE 
APPLICANTS. 


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B 3. ALDERMAN BISSELL - ITEM BBO059-89 - LITIGATION 
REPORT - PROSECUTIONS - DOES APPRAISAL WORK ON 
HOMES WITH BASEMENT APARTMENTS. 


om ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
OF 1 


C372-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 07 17, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


C 2. MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING 1989 08 
14. 


C373-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the Minutes of the Special Council meeting 
held 1989 08 14, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C374-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 


F 1. COMMISSTONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 07 28 RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR JULY 1989. 
Paley Paley 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 07 28 re: Monthly 
Report for July 1989, be received. 


* F 2. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 08 14 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION. CALMIST HOLDINGS LIMITED 
WARD 4, BLOCK 255, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-895 (BY- 
LAW 219-89). File: 7.1.6.3 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 
1989 08 14 re: Part Lot Control Exemption, 
Calmist Holdings Limited - Ward 4, Block 255, 
Registered Plan 43M-895, be received, and; 


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THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption 
be approved, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 219-89 being a by-law 
to prevent the application of part lot control 
to part of Registered Plan 43M-895 (Calmist 
Holdings Limited). 


F 3. SUPERVISOR OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 
1989 08 14 RE: LIVE STOCK CLAIM - GIUSEPPE 
ALTOBELLI 420.00. File: 7.1.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Supervisor of Licensing 
and Animal Control dated 1989 08 14 re: Live 
Stock Claim - Giuseppe Altobelli, $420.00, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the payment of this claim 
in accordance with the report of the Live Stock 
Valuer. 


F 4. DIRECTOR, PLANNING POLICY AND RESEARCH DATED 
1989 08 14 RE: BRAMPTON INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC 


INFORMATION SYSTEM (BRIGIS) (BY-LAW 218-89). 
File: 7.1.6.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Director, Planning 
Policy and Research dated 1989 08 14 re: 
Brampton Integrated Geographic Information 
System (Brigis), be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 218-89 being a by-law 
to authorize the execution of an agreement with 
The Corporation of the City of Mississauga. 


F 5. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 08 16 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, WESTWOOD MEADOWS LIMITED 
WARD 4, BLOCKS 119 TO 125 (INCLUSIVE 


REGISTERED PLAN 43M-864 (BY-LAW 220-89). File: 
ors lois Ove 3 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant Clerk dated 
1989 08 16 re: Part Lot Control Exemption, 
Westwood Meadows Limited - Ward 4, Blocks 119 to 
125 (inclusive), Registered Plan 43M-864, be 
received, and; 


THAT the request for Part Lot Control Exemption 
be approved, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 220-89 being a by-law 
to prevent the application of part lot control 
to part of Registered Plan 43M-864 (Westwood 
Meadows Limited). 


F 7. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 O07 O7 RE: SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND 
ASSUMPTION, HEART LAKE DEVELOPMENTS, REGISTERED 
PLAN M-565. File: ClE15.3 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 O7 O7 re: 
Subdivision release and assumption, Heart Lake 
Developments, Registered Plan M-565, be 
received, and: 


THAT all works constructed and installed in 
accordance with the Subdivision Agreement for 
Registered Plan M-565 (Heart Lake Developments) 
be accepted and assumed, subject to receipt of 
an amount of $81,000.00 to be held for bank 
stabilization work, to be approved by the Public 
Works Department, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to release all 
securities held by the City in connection with 
the development, except for $81,000.00 to be 
received and held for bank stabilization work, 
to be approved by the Public Works Department, 
and; 


THAT a by-law be prepared and presented to 
Council, assuming the following streets, 
as shown on Registered Plan M-565, as public 
highways: . Elderbank Court 
Howard Court 


F 8. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 07 19 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF 

LOT 10, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., THE BOVAIRD GROUP 


INC., WARD 1, REGIONAL FILE 21T-88070B (BY-LAWS 
223-89 AND 224-895. File: C1E10.8 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 O07 19 re: 
Draft Plan of Subdivision and application to 
amend the Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 10, 
Concession 1, E.H.S., The Bovaird Group Inc., 
Ward 1, Regional File 21T-88070B, be received, 
and: 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk 

to execute the final subdivision agreement 
approved by the City Solicitor and all other 
documents approved by the City Solicitor 
required to implement the provisions of the 
subdivision agreement, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 223-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 151-88, as amended, (part of Lot 
10, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 224-89 being a by-law 

to amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 10, Concession 

1, E.H.S., geographic Township of Chinguacousy), 
and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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THAT in accordance with Section 34(16) of the 


Planning Act, 1983, Council hereby determines 
that no further public notice is to be given in 
respect of the proposed by-law. 


FO. 


Fil. 


BLSs 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 08 17 RE: PARKLAND LEVY, GIFTCRAFT (812069 
ONTARIO LIMITED). File: 19.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 08 17 re: 
Parkland Levy, Giftcraft (812069 Ontario 

Limited) be received. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 08 15 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF EAST HALF OF LOT 17, CONCESSION 
1, E.H.S., WARD 2, ALBERT FRANCESCHINI (BY-LAWS 
225-89, 226-89 AND 227-89). File: C1lE17.10 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 08 15 re: 
Application to amend the Zoning By-law, Part of 
east half of Lot 17, Concession 1, E.H.S., Ward 
2, Albert Franceschini, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 225-89 being a by-law 
to authorize the execution of an agreement 
between Albert Franceschini, The Corporation of 
the City of Brampton and The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 226-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 17, 
Concession 1, E.H.S., geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 227-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 17, Concession 
1, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 08 18 RE: STREET DANCE - PORTEOUS CIRCLE, 
1989 08 26. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 08 18 re: Street 
Dance - Porteous Circle, 1989 08 26, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council approve of this event as this 
application has been endorsed by the Police, 
Fire and Public Works Departments subject to the 
applicant obtaining standard permit 
requirements. 


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ALDERMAN D. METZAK, CHAIRMAN, CONSULTANT 
SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 1989 08 16 RE: 
TELEPHONE SYSTEM FOR THE NEW CITY HALL. File: 
Te 2g DO seek 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from Alderman D. Metzak, 
Chairman, Consultant Selection Committee dated 
1989 08 16 re: Telephone System for the New 
City Hall, be received, and; 


THAT the contract be awarded to Plan Tel 
Incorporated in the sum of $31,700.00, and; 


THAT the cost of the study be distributed as 
follows: $16,700.00 from the current budget and 
$15 000.00 from Development Reserves. 


RONALD G. BARR, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS, 
MEDIACOM DATED 1989 07 13 RE: PUBLIC SERVICE 
ADVERTISING SPACE. File: 7.1.2 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from Ronald G. Barr, 
Director of Community Relations, Mediacom dated 
1989 07 13 re: Public Service Advertising 
Space, be received. 


HONOURABLE DAVID PETERSON, PREMIER OF ONTARIO 
DATED 1989 07 12 RE: PROVINCIAL GRANTS. File: 
Ts2Zel5 


RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 

David Peterson, Premier of Ontario dated 1989 07 
12 re: Provincial Grants. be received. 


LARRY SIMPSON, CLERK, TOWN OF GEORGINA DATED 
1989 07 11 RE: RESOLUTION AMENDING DOG OWNERS ' 
LIABILITY ACT. File: 21.1 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from Larry Simpson, 
Clerk, Town of Georgina dated 189 07 11 re: 
Resolution amending Dog Owners! Liability Act, 
be received and ENDORSED. 


WAYNE MARSHALL, 2ND VICE PRESIDENT, REGION OF 
PEEL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY DATED 1989 07 21 RE: 
COMMUNITY FESTIVAL LIQUOR LICENCE APPLICATION 
BRAMPTON FALL FATR - SEPTEMBER 14 - 17, 1989. 
File: 7.2.26.2 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from Wayne Marshall, 2nd 
Vice-President, Region of Peel Agricultural 
Society dated 1989 07 21 re: Community Festival 
Liquor Licence Application Brampton Fall Fair 
September 14 - 17, 1989, be received, and; 


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THAT Council endorse the Brampton Fall Fair as a 
committee festival for purposes of the Liquor 
Control Act of Ontario and the sale of alcohol 
at the Junior Farmers Building and Brampton 
Kinsmen Tent subject to approval from the 
Commissioner of Public Works and Building, the 
Police Department and Fire Department. 


I 7. IAIN ANGUS, M.P., THUNDER BAY, ATIKOKAN DATED 
1989 06 30 RE- VIA RAIL. File: 21.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Iain Angus, M.P., 
Thunder Bay, Atikokan dated 1989 06 30 re: Via 
Rail, be received and ENDORSED. 


I 9. D. BECK, ACTING CLERK PRO TEMPORE, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH DATED 1989 07 
25 RE: RESOLUTION RE: CURRENT UNREST IN CHINA. 
File: 21.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from D. Beck, Acting 
Clerk Pro Tempore, The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth dated 198 07 25 re: 
Resolution re: Current Unrest in China, be 
received. 


110. HONOURABLE BENOIT BOUCHARD, MINISTER OF 
TRANSPORT DATED 1989 07 28 RE: VIA RAIL. File: 
7.2.47 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 
Benoit Bouchard, Minister of Transport dated 
1989 O07 28 re: Via Rail, be received. 


T12. TERRY PLAYFORD, SHINERAMA CHAIRPERSON, 
FEDERATION OF STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO 
DATED 1989 08 04 RE: SPONSORSHIP/DONATION. 
File: 7.2.26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Terry Playford, 
Shinerama Chairperson, Federation of Students, 
University of Waterloo dated 1989 08 04 re: 
Sponsorship/Donation, be received. 


I13. J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 08 09 RE: APPEAL BY JOSE PAULA 
AND MARIA PAULA - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT 
GRANTED APPLICATION A49/89 BY RAY BARRETTEE FOR 
A VARIANCE FROM BY-LAW 139-84 - 32 HUMMINGFORD 
COURT. File: 8.89. 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 08 
09 re: Appeal by Jose Paula and Maria Paula 
Committee of Adjustment granted application 
A49/89 by Ray Barrettee for a variance from By 
law 139-84 - 32 Hummingford Court, be received, 
and: 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
of Brampton's position. 


JAMES J. YARROW, CHATRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 
1989 08 10 RE: 1989 PARK WALKWAY LIGHTING 
PROGRAM. File: 7.2.3 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from James J. Yarrow, 
Chairman, Brampton Hydro dated 1989 08 10 re: 
1989 Park Walkway Lighting Program, be received. 


GORDON McCARTHY, NATIONAL SENIOR WOMEN'S 
SOFTBALL CHAMPTONSHIP DATED 1989 08 10 RE: 
LETTER OF THANKS FOR FINANCIAL AND MORAL 
SUPPORT. File: 7.1.2 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Gordon McCarthy, 
National Senior Women's Softball Championship 
dated 1989 08 10 re: Letter of Thanks for 
Financial and Moral Support, be received. 


RONALD K. WEBB, WEIR & FOULDS, DAVIS, WEBB 
BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS DATED 1989 08 15 RE: 
SILVER ROSE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED, OFFICIAL PLAN 
AMENDMENT NO. 149. File: OPA 149 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Ronald K. Webb, 
Weir & Foulds, Davis, Webb Barristers & 
Solicitors dated 1989 08 15 re: Silver Rose 
Construction Limited, Official Plan Amendment 
No. 149, be received. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 08 11 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING —- APPEAL BY THE CITY OF BRAMPTON AND 
GEORGE THOMSON RE APPLICATION BO007/89B - JOHN 
HUTTON AND JOYCE HUTTON AND APPEAL BY JEAN 
MICALLEF AND GEORGE GAUCHI AGAINST BY-LAW 151-88 
AND APPEAL BY FRED KEE, CAROLE THOMSON, ET AL 

RE APPLICATION Al1-89 BY JOHN HUTTON AND JOYCE 
HUTTON FOR A VARIANCE OF BY-LAW 151-88. File: 
19235 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 08 
11 re: Appointment for Hearing - Appeal by the 
City of Brampton and George Thompson re 
application BO007/89B - John Hutton and Joyce 
Hutton and Appeal by Jean Micallef and George 
Gauchi against By-law 151-89 and Appeal by 

Fred Kee, Carole Thomson, et al re application 
Al1-89 by John Hutton and Joyce Hutton for a 
variance of By-law 151-88, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Bramptons' position. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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JIM BRODERICK, CHATRMAN, FUND RAISING COMMITTEE 
DATED 1989 08 10 RE: PRESENTATION: CORPORATION 
OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX HOSPITALITY SUITE, "FLOOD 
OF THE CENTURY-ESSEX COUNTY" JULY 20, 1989. 


THAT the correspondence from Jim Broderick, 
Chairman, Fund Raising Committee dated 1989 08 
10 re: Presentation: Corporation of the County 
of Essex Hospitality Suite, "Flood of the 
Century-Essex County" July 20, 1989, be 


SPENCER MULHOLLAND, CHAIRMAN, NATIONAL SENIOR 
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL CHAMPTONSHIP DATED 1989 08 15 


RE: LIQUOR LICENCE APPLICATION. File: 7.2.26 


THAT the correspondence from Spencer Mulholland, 
Chairman, National Senior Women's Softball 
Championship dated 1989 08 15 re: Liquor 
Licence Application, be received, and; 


THAT Council grant permission to operate a 
licensed event in the beer tent at Chinguacousy 


J. OCAMPO ET AL RE: PETITION AGAINST 9 MONTE 
VISTA TRAIL BECOMING A HOME FOR EIGHT MEDICALLY 
FRAGILE CHILDREN. File: 7.1.6 


THAT the petition from J. Ocampo et al re: 
Petition against 9 Monte Vista Trail becoming a 
home for eight medically fragile children, be 


CONTRACT 89-44 - INSTALLATION OF CERAMIC TILE IN 
THE SWIMMING POOL - BALMORAL RECREATION CENTRE. 


THAT Contract 89-44 - Installation of Ceramic 
Tile in the swimming pool - Balmoral Recreation 
Centre, be awarded to Leader Tile Terrazzo Inc., 
in the total amount of $71,500.00 (Seventy One 
Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars) being the only 
acceptable bid received. 


118. 
Pa Les Peal, 
RECOMMENDATION 
received. 

119. 
RECOMMENDATION 
Park. 

Ll 
RECOMMENDATION 
received. 

N 1 
File: 24.44.89 
RECOMMENDATION 

N 2 


CONTRACT 89-111 - RECONSTRUCTION OF ORENDA ROAD 
BRAMALEA ROAD TO DIXIE ROAD File: 24.111.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-111 - Reconstruction of Orenda 
Road, Bramalea Road to Dixie Road, be awarded to 
Graham Bros. Construction Limited in the total 
price of $1,571,087.00 (One Million, Five 
Hundred & Seventy One Thousand & Eighty Seven 
Dollars) being the lowest acceptable bid 
received, and; 


BE. 


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THAT the awarding of this contract be subject to 
receiving approval from the Region of Peel for 
their portion of the contract in the amount of 
$149,694.00, and; 


THAT the City Clerk be authorized to amend 

O.M.B. order E880309 to increase the total costs 
by $147,000.00 to $3,307,000.00 and the total 
debenture by $147,000.00 to $2,042,000.00, and; 


THAT the City Clerk be directed to amend By-law 
77-88 to increase Item 3 (Orenda Road - Bramalea 
Road to Dixie Road) by $147,000.00 thus 
increasing the total budget for this project to 
$1,547,000.00 and the total cost to 
$3.307,000.00. 


CARRIED 
DELEGATIONS 
JOANNE ROBERTSON AND RONDA COPELAND (MISS 


BRAMPTON FALL FAIR QUEEN 1988) RE: BRAMPTON 
FALL FAIR. File: 7.2.26.2 


Mrs. Robertson introduced the Brampton Fall Fair 
Contestants and Ronda Copeland, the Miss 
Brampton Fall Fair Queen 1988, to Council. 


C375-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 


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Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegation from Mrs. Joanne Robertson 
and Ronda Copeland (Miss Brampton Fall Fair 
Queen 1988) re: Brampton Fall Fair, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


FRANK FELLNER RE: CHANGE IN SPEED LIMIT SIGNS ON 
HIGHWAY 10 AND COUNTY COURT BOULEVARD AREA. 
File: 7.1.7 


Withdrawn 


CARL J. LEE RE: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 149 
- SCHEDULE A SANDRINGHAM - WELLINGTON SECONDARY 
PLAN FOR AREA NO. 28. File: OPA 149. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


Mr. Lee addressed Council regarding OPA 149 and 
outlined his concerns regarding it's affects 
upon him as a property owner. He concluded by 
advising Council he had paid more than his fare 
share and requested Council reverse the plan. 


C376-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 


Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the delegation from Mr. Carl J. Lee re: 
Official Plan Amendment No. 149 - Schedule A 
Sandringham - Wellington Secondary Plan for Area 
No. 28, be received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C377-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 


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4, 


Ss 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT consideration be given to the park 
designation in the south east quadrant of the 
plan being placed between the separate and 
public schools so that both jurisdictions may 
share in the school-park campus complex, and; 


THAT if no site 6A is used, that the designated 
school sites on the schedule October 1988 be 
considered, and; 


THAT these modifications be made at the 
subdivision stage. 


CARRIED 


RONALD K. WEBB RE: SNELGROVE SECONDARY PLAN 
REVIEW - GREAT-L DEVELOPMENTS, ET AL. File: 


Mr. Webb did not address Council. 


TERRY MILLER RE: CHINGUACOUSY HEALTH SERVICES 
HOSPITAL. File: 7.2.24 


Mr. Miller on behalf of the Chinguacousy Health 
Services Board appeared before Council to 
express objections to the additional 5 metre 
land dedication widening on Bovaird Drive. 


C378-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 


Ee 


Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT we receive the deputation of Chinguacousy 
Health Service Board, and; 


In lieu of any possible parkland dedication both 
the centre median infront of the site and the 
set backs on Bovaird be considered as their 
parkland contributions. 


CARRIED 
REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 07 28 RE: MONTHLY REPORT FOR JULY 1989 
Fa Ve? “7. Lc? 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


F 2. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 08 14 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, CALMIST HOLDINGS LIMITED 
WARD 4, BLOCK 255, REGISTERED PLAN 43M-895 (BY- 
LAW 219-89). File: 7.1.6.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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* F 3. SUPERVISOR OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 
1989 08 14 RE: LIVE STOCK CLAIM - GIUSEPPE 


ALTOBELLI $ 420.00. File: 7.1.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


* F 4. DIRECTOR, PLANNING POLICY AND RESEARCH DATED 
1989 08 14 RE: BRAMPTON INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC 
INFORMATION SYSTEM (BRIGIS BY-LAW 218-89). 


File: 7.1.6.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


* F 5. ASSISTANT CLERK DATED 1989 08 16 RE: PART LOT 
CONTROL EXEMPTION, WESTWOOD MEADOWS LIMITED 
WARD 4, BLOCKS 119 TO 125 (INCLUSIVE 


REGISTERED PLAN 43M-864 (BY-LAW 220-89). File: 
Pedic 02-3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


F 6. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 08 17 RE: CITY HALL JULY PROGRESS REPORT. 
Files 7.2.55), 1 


C379-89 Moved by 
Seconded by 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 08 17 re: 
City Hall July Progress Report, be received, and; 


THAT the following people be elected to 
represent the "Art Selection Committee" for the 
New City Hall: 


Interior Designer 


The Contractor's Representative 
The Chief Administrative Officer 


The Project Co-ordinator 


DWN HE 


PLUS AT LEAST FOUR (4) MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AS 
LISTED: 


Councillor Robertson 
Alderman Beisel 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Bissell 


Councillor Begley 
O. Councillor Andrews 


rFWoO ONnAID UI 


PLUS two citizens, Mr. Gerry Moses and Mr. Harry 
Gustafsson, subject to their consent, and; 


THAT the Terms of Reference would be to 
determine what art work is required to complete 
the decor of the building and/or grounds and to 
recommend to Council a suitable Art Programme 
for the project. 


CARRIED 


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i F 8 
* F 9 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 O07 O7 RE: SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND 
ASSUMPTION, HEART LAKE DEVELOPMENTS, REGISTERED 
PLAN M-565. File: ClE15.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 07 19 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF 
LOT 10, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., THE BOVAIRD GROUP 
INC., WARD 1, REGIONAL FILE 21T-88070B (BY-LAWS 
223-89 AND 224-89). File: C1lE10.8 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 08 17 RE: PARKLAND LEVY, GIFTCRAFT (812069 
ONTARIO LIMITED). File: 19.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


F10. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 08 16 
RE: ATTENDANCE AT NRPA CONFERENCE IN SAN 


ANTONIO, TEXAS. File: 7.2.8 


C380-89 


Fl2. 


C381-89 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer dated 1989 08 16 re: Attendance at NRPA 
Conference in San Antonio, Texas, be received, 
and: 


THAT Council authorize a fourth person to attend 
the conference. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 08 15 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF EAST HALF OF LOT 17, CONCESSION 
1, E.H.S., WARD 2, ALBERT FRANCESCHINI (BY-LAWS 
225-89, 226-89 AND 227-89). File: ClLE17.10 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 07 07 RE: SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND 
ASSUMPTION, 554278 ONTARIO LIMITED (BRAMPTON 
OLDE TOWNE SUBDIVISION) REGISTERED PLANS 43M-571 
AND 43M-572. File: C2W6.1A 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 07 O7 re: 
Subdivision Release and Assumption, 554278 
Ontario Limited (Brampton Olde Towne 
Subdivision) Registered Plans 43M-571 and 43M 
572, be received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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THAT all works constructed and installed in 
accordance with the Subdivision Agreement for 
Registered Plans M-571 and M-572 (554278 Ontario 
Limited) be accepted and assumed, subject to the 
retention of $3,000.00 for outstanding 
landscaping deficiencies, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to release all 
securities held by the City in connection with 
the development except for $3,000.00 to be 
retained for outstanding landscaping 
deficiencies. and: 


THAT a by-law be prepared and presented to 
Council, assuming the following streets, as 
shown on Registered Plans M-571 and M-572, as 
public highways: 


Kimbark Drive, That portion as shown on 


Reg. Plan M-571 


Norfolk Avenue, That portion as shown on 


Reg. Plan M-571 


Hall Crescent 


Burgby Avenue, That portion as shown on 
Reg. Plan M-571 
Major Wm. Sharpe Drive, That portion as 
shown on Reg. Plan 
M-571 
Bristol Avenue, That portion as shown on 


Reg. Plan M-S71 


Leneck Avenue, That portion as shown on 


Reg. Plan M-571 
Chestnut Avenue, That portion as shown on 
Reg. Plan M-571 

Corkett Drive, That portion as shown on 
Plan M-571 and on Reg. 


Plan M-572 
Brydon Crescent, That portion as shown on 
Plan M-571 and on Reg. 


Gowland Gate 
Burt Drive, That portion as shown on 


Burrows Court 
Cox Crescent, That portion as shown on 
Reg. Plan M-572 


Garbutt Crescent, That portion as shown on 


BLESS 


F14. 


Reg. Plan M-572 


Bates Court 
CARRIED 
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 


1989 08 18 RE: STREET DANCE - PORTEOUS CIRCLE 
1989 08 26. File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


DIRECTOR, PLANNING POLICY AND RESEARCH DATED 
1989 08 17 RE: PROPOSED MINISTER'S 
MODIFICATIONS, OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NUMBER 
149 (SECONDARY PLAN NUMBER 28 SANDRINGHAM 


WELLINGTON AREA), ADDITIONAL REQUESTS/CONCERNS. 
File: OPA.149 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


C382-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 08 17 re: 
Proposed Minister's Modifications, Official 
Plan Amendment Number 149 (Secondary Plan Number 
28) (Sandringham Wellington Area), Additional 
Requests/Concerns. be received. and: 


THAT the additional Proposed Minister's 
Modifications and revisions thereto recommended 
in the aforementioned August 17, 1989 staff 
report be added to the Consolidated Recommended 
Ministers Modifications list respecting Official 
Plan Amendment Number 149 to be submitted to the 
Minister of MuniciPal Affairs and; 


THAT we include in the text the words suggested 
by the Region re Transportation: 


"In addition the Region may delay the approval 

of plans of subdivision or require the phasing 

of registration of plans be controlled until 
Regional roads and/or adequate transportation 
facilities are or will be adequate in an 
appropriate time frame to accommodate the 
additional traffic volumes produced." 


CARRIED 


F15. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 08 18 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 

OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW FOR A PROPOSED 

PLAN OF SUBDIVISION, PART OF LOTS 9 AND 10, 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF 
CHINGUACOUSY) WARD 5, 717495 ONTARIO LIMITED 
GLEN ROSE PARK DEVELOPMENT (FORMER KODAK LANDS 
REGION FILE 21T-88014B. File: C1W9.10 


C383-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 08 18 re: 
Application to amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law for a proposed plan of 
Subdivision, Part of Lots 9 and 10, Concession 
1, W.H.S. (Former Township of Chinguacousy) Ward 
5, 717495 Ontario Limited, Glen Rose Park 
Development (former Kodak Lands) Region File 
21T-88014B be received. and: 


THAT the conditions of draft plan approval, 
contained in the Planning Committee report 
approved by City Council at its meeting held on 
1989 06 26, be amended as noted herein, and: 


THAT staff be directed to prepare the 
appropriate documents for the consideration of 
City Council. 


CARRIED 


CITY 


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COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


F16. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 08 18 RE: APPLICATION 


GLEN ROSE PART DEVELOPMENT 


TO AMEND THE 


OFFICIAL PLAN AND THE ZONING BY-LAW FOR A 
PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION, PART OF LOTS 9 AND 


10, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S., (FORMER TOWNSHIP OF 
CHINGUACOUSY WARD 5, 717495 ONTARIO LIMITED 


FORMER KODAK LANDS 


REGION FILE 21T-88014B (BY-LAW 229-89). File: 


C1W9.10 


C384-R9 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 08 18 re: 
Application to amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law for a proposed plan of 
Subdivision, Part of Lots 9 and 10, Concession 


1, W.H.S. (Former Township 
5, 717495 Ontario Limited, 


of Chinguacousy) Ward 
Glen Rose Park 


Development (former Kodak Lands) Region File 
21T-88014B. be received. and: 


THAT Council enact 
to adopt Amendment 


Brampton Planning Area. 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


By-law 229-89 being a by-law 
Number 169 and Amendment 
Number 169A to the Official Plan of the City of 


CARRIED 


G 1. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 08 23. File 7.1] 


C385-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 08 14, be approved 


as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


G 2. REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 


DATED 1989 08 14. File: 7. 


.4 


C386-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee, dated 1989 08 14, be approved as 
printed and circulated as amended after 


extracting Item CS069-89. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM CS069-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 


FOLLOWS: 


CS069-89 COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 07 
27 RE PEEL VILLAGE GOLF COURSE - USE OF CREDIT 


CARDS 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


Sul] 


"THAT the report dated 1989 07 27 re Peel 
Village Golf Course - Use of Credit Cards be 


received, and; 


That the information pertaining to the use of 
credit cards at Peel Village Golf Course 
contained in the report dated 1989 07 27 be 
received and that the credit card system not be 
introduced at Peel Village Golf Course at this 


time." 


LOST 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C387-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded by Alderman Carter 


"THAT the report dated 1989 07 27 re Peel 
Village Golf Course - Use of Credit Cards be 


received, and; 


That the information pertaining to the use of 
credit cards at Peel Village Golf Course 
contained in the report dated 1989 07 27 be 
received and that the credit card system be 
introduced at Peel Village Golf Course at this 


time." 


CARRIED 


3. REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 08 


G 
14. File: 7.1.6 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 


MATTER. 


ALDERMAN HUTTON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 


MATTER. 


C388-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee 
dated 1989 08 14, be approved as printed and 


circulated. 


CARRIED 


G 4. REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 


LOB O AO 6.5 Ieee led 


C389-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the Public Works Committee 


dated 1989 08 16, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended after extracting Items 


PW111-89 PW113-89 and PW1] 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM Pl] 


5-89. 


1-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 


FOLLOWS: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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PW111-89 MANAGER, TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES DATED 1989 
08 09 RE TRAFFIC CONDITIONS - ELDOMAR AVENUE 


"THAT the report dated 1989 08 09 re Traffic 
Conditions - Eldomar Avenue be received, and; 
That up to two stop sign locations be set 
between Sterne Avenue and Meadowland 
Drive/Brampton Mall and the locations to be 
reviewed by Staff, and the recommended locations 
be brought back to the meeting of City Council on 
August 23rd, 1989." 


CARRIED 
THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C390-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT a three way stop at the intersection of 
Leinster Road and Eldomar Avenue and a four way 
stop at Eldomar Avenue and Marsden Crescent be 
installed 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM PW113-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


PW113-89 MANAGER, TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES DATED 1989 
O08 10 RE TRAFFIC BARTLEY BULL PARKWAY 


"THAT the report dated 1989 08 10 re Traffic on 
Bartley Bull Parkway be received, and; 


dle That the Region of Peel be requested to: 


(a) Review the need and scheduling for 
the widening of Steeles Avenue 
between Main Street and Kennedy 
Road, the addition of auxiliary 
lanes (left/right turns) on Kennedy 
Road and Steeles Avenue, and; 


(b) Reassess the signal phasing at 
Steeles Avenue and Main Street; and 
at Steeles Avenue and Kennedy Road, 
with a view toward deriving more 
efficient operations and a higher 
level of service. 


2 That staff contact GO Transit and 
request that drivers adhere to their 
proper routing." 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL MOTION WAS INTRODUCED: 


C3-91=89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


(c) That staff report back to 1989 09 20 
meeting of the Public Works Committee. 


CARRIED 


G5. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 08 16. File: 7.1.1 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 


MATTER. 


C392-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee dated 1989 08 16, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN D. METZAK, CHAIRMAN, CONSULTANT 
SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 1989 08 16 RE: 
TELEPHONE SYSTEM FOR THE NEW CITY HALL. File: 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-R9 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
I. CORRES PONDENCE 
* I 1. RONALD G. BARR, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS, 


* I 2 
* I 3 
* I 4 
C393-89 


MEDIACOM DATED 1989 07 13 RE: PUBLIC SERVICE 
ADVERTISING SPACE. File: 7.1.2 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


HONOURABLE DAVID PETERSON, PREMIER OF ONTARIO 
DATED 1989 07 12 RE: PROVINCIAL GRANTS. File: 
Fs ZS 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


LARRY SIMPSON, CLERK, TOWN OF GEORGINA DATED 
1989 O07 11 RE: RESOLUTION AMENDING DOG OWNERS ' 
LIABILITY ACT. File: 21.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


NANCY CREEDE, SECTION MANAGER, CREDIT VALLEY/ 
HIGHLAND BUSINESS OFFICE, BELL CANADA DATED 1989 
QO7 13 RE: RECYCLING OF TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES. 
File. 7.1.7 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the correspondence from Nancy Creede, 
Section Manager, Credit Valley/Highland Business 
Office, Bell Canada dated 1989 07 13 re: 
Recycling of Telephone Directories, be received, 
and; 


FURTHER THAT the Clerk ask for the results of 
the study and bring them forward to the 
Recycling Committee. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


5 O0u-= 
* I 5. GORDON DIPLOCK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE BOARD OF 


MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON BUSINESS 
IMPROVEMENT AREA DATED 1989 07 19 RE: REGION OF 
PEEL DRAFT PLAN. File: 7.2.12 


C394-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the correspondence from Gordon Diplock, 
Executive Director, The Board of Management, 
Downtown Brampton Business Improvement Area 
dated 1989 07 19 re: Region of Peel Draft Plan, 
be received. 


CARRIED 
* I 6. WAYNE MARSHALL, 2ND VICE PRESIDENT, REGION OF 


PEEL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY DATED 1989 07 21 RE: 
COMMUNITY FESTIVAL LIQUOR LICENCE APPLICATION 


BRAMPTON FALL FATR - SEPTEMBER 14 - 17, 1989. 


PIet. Teton Oe 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


* I 7. TAIN ANGUS, M.P., THUNDER BAY, ATIKOKAN DATED 
1989 06 30 RE: VIA RAIL. File: 21.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


I 8. HELEN MacRAE, CITY CLERK AND DIRECTOR OF 
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, CITY OF BURLINGTON 
DATED 1989 07 25 RE: IMPACT OF COMMERCIAL 
CONCENTRATION LEVY ON DOWNTOWN PARKING IN THE 
CITY OF BURLINGTON. File: 21.1 


C395-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the correspondence from Helen MacRae, City 
Clerk and Director of Administrative Services, 
City of Burlington dated 1989 07 25 re: Impact 
of Commercial Concentration Levy on Downtown 

Parking in the City of Burlington, be received, 
and ENDORSED. 


I 9. D. BECK, ACTING CLERK PRO TEMPORE, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH DATED 1989 07 
25 RE: RESOLUTION RE: CURRENT UNREST IN CHINA. 
File: 21.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


as T10. HONOURABLE BENOIT BOUCHARD, MINISTER OF 
TRANSPORT DATED 1989 07 28 RE: VIA RAIL. File: 
7.2.47 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


I11. HONOURABLE JOHN EAKINS, MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL 
AFFAIRS, M.P.P., VICTORIA-HALIBURTON DATED 1989 
O7 31 RE: AMENDMENT TO THE PLANNING ACT - LAWN 
CUTTING. File: 7.1.1 (b) 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable John 
Eakins, Minister of Municipal Affairs, M.P.P., 
Victoria-Haliburton dated 1989 07 31 re: 
Amendment to the Planning Act - Lawn Cutting, be 
referred to staff for a report, and; 


THAT staff investigate North York's Private 
Members Bill to deal with neglected lawns, and 
advise Council on the method to receive and 
implement a Similar bill for the City of 
Brampton. 


CARRIED 


TERRY PLAYFORD, SHINERAMA CHATRPERSON 
FEDERATION OF STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO 
DATED 1989 08 04 RE: SPONSORSHIP/DONATION. 
File: 7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 08 09 RE: APPEAL BY JOSE PAULA 
AND MARIA PAULA - COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT 
GRANTED APPLICATION A49/89 BY RAY BARRETTEE FOR 
A VARIANCE FROM BY-LAW 139-84 - 32 HUMMINGFORD 
COURT. File: 8.89. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


JAMES J. YARROW CHAIRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 
O08 10 RE: 1989 PARK WALLKWAY LIGHTNING 


C396-89 
* 112 
* 113 
* 114. 
1989 
* 115. 
* 116. 
* 117 


PROGRAM. File: 7.2.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


GORDON McCARTHY, NATIONAL SENIOR WOMEN'S 
SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP DATED 1989 08 10 RE: 
LETTER OF THANKS FOR FINANCIAL AND MORAL 
SUPPORT. File: 7.1.2 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


RONALD K. WEBB, WEIR & FOULDS, DAVIS, WEBB 
BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS DATED 1989 08 15 RE: 
SILVER ROSE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED, OFFICIAL PLAN 
AMENDMENT NO. 149. File: OPA 149 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 08 11 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING - APPEAL BY THE CITY OF BRAMPTON AND 
GEORGE THOMSON RE APPLICATION BO007/89B - JOHN 
HUTTON AND JOYCE HUTTON AND APPEAL BY JEAN 
MICALLEF AND GEORGE GAUCHI AGAINST BY-LAW 151-88 
AND APPEAL BY FRED KEE, CAROLE THOMSON, ET AL 

RE APPLICATION Al1-89 BY JOHN HUTTON AND JOYCE 
HUTTON FOR A VARIANCE OF BY-LAW 151-88. File: 
O35 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


* 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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T18. JIM BRODERICK, CHAIRMAN, FUND RAISING COMMITTEE 
DATED 1989 08 10 RE: PRESENTATION: CORPORATION 

OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX HOSPITALITY SUITE, "FLOOD 

OF THE CENTURY-ESSEX COUNTY" JULY 20, 1989. 

File: 7.2.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


I19. SPENCER MULHOLLAND, CHAIRMAN, NATIONAL SENIOR 
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL CHAMPTONSHIP DATED 1989 08 15 
RE: LIQUOR LICENCE APPLICATION. File: 7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


I20. SPENCER MULHOLLAND, CHAIRMAN, NATIONAL SENIOR 
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL CHAMPTONSHIP DATED 1989 08 15 
RE: PERMISSION TO HOST THE FINAL DAY OF EVENT ON 
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1989. File: 7.2.26 


C397-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


J. 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Spencer Mulholland, 
Chairman, National Senior Women's Softball 
Championship dated 1989 08 15 re: Permission to 
host the Final Day of Event on Sunday, September 
3, 1989, be received. 


CARRIED 
RESOLUTIONS 


J 1. ALDERMAN BEISEL RE: LACROSSE DESIGNATION AS 
CANADA'S OFFICIAL SPORT. File: 7.1.4 


C398-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded by Councillor Carter 


WHEREAS Lacrosse has been played in North 

America for hundreds of years, and organized 
Lacrosse has been played in Canada since the 
1850's and; 


WHEREAS Lacrosse was played as an Olympic Sport 
in 1904 and 1908, and; 


WHEREAS Lacrosse was the first sport that saw 
competition between the Provinces, and; 


WHEREAS Box Lacrosse was the first sport that 
was originated entirely in Canada, and; 


WHEREAS Lacrosse has been "unofficially" 
recognized as Canada's official sport for over 
one hundred and twenty years, 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Council of the City of 
Brampton hereby request that the Government of 
Canada formally designate Lacrosse as Canada's 
official sport, and; 


THAT the Clerk forward copies of this resolution 
to the Honourable John McDermid, M.P., Harry 
Chadwick, M.P., Honourable Jean Carest, Minister 
of Sports and Culture and the Canadian Lacrosse 
Association, and The Brampton Excellsior 
Lacrosse Club, c/o Dean McLeod. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 
L. PETITIONS 
* L 1. J. OCAMPO ET AL RE: PETITION AGAINST 9 MONTE 
VISTA TRAIL BECOMING A HOME FOR EIGHT MEDICALLY 
FRAGILE CHILDREN. File: 7.1.6 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
M 1. TRI-MUNICIPAL COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES OF THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 07 O7. File: 7.2.34 
C399-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 
THAT the minutes from the Tri-Municipal 
Committee minutes of the meeting held 1989 07 
O07, be received, and; 
THAT the Clerk contact Transport Canada to make 
appropriate arrangements for the earliest 
possible date, preferably the next Council 
Meeting, to address us on the economic impact 
study undertaken for Lester B. Pearson Airport. 
M 2. CITIZENS'ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 4, 
MEETING HELD 1989 06 15. File: 16.2 
C400-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Carter 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting held 1989 06 15, Ward 4, be 
received. 
CARRIED 
M 3. CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 5, 
MEETING HELD 1989 06 20. File: 16.2 
C401-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 
THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting held 1989 06 20, Ward 5, be 
received. 
CARRIED 
M 4. CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 6, 
MEETING HELD 1989 06 21. File: 16.2 
C402-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT 
Comm 
rece 


the minut 


tes from the Citizens' Advisory 


ittee meet 
ived. 


bang: held (1989 06 21, Ward 6, be 


CARRIED 


M5. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 9, 


MEETING HELD 1989 06 20. File: 16.2 


C403-89 


M 6. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee meeting held 1989 06 20, Ward 9, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN LUDLOW RE: MEETING WITH MINISTER OF 


STATE (TRANSPORT). File: 7.2.34 


C404-89 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from Alderman Ludlow 
dated 1989 08 17 re: meeting with the Minister 
of State (Transport), be received. 


CARRIED 


N. TENDERS 


* N 2. 


CONTRACT 89-44 - INSTALLATION OF CERAMIC TILE IN 
THE SWIMMING POOL. File: 24.44.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-89. 


CONTRACT 89-111 - RECONSTRUCTION OF ORENDA ROAD, 
BRAMALEA ROAD TO DIXIE ROAD. File: 24.111.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C374-R9 


OQ. BY-LAWS 


C405-89 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT By-laws 212-89 to 229-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 08 23 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


212-89 To establish certain lands as part 
of George Street North. 


213-89 To levy an amount on, Sheridan 
College, on the Ontario 
Correctional Institute (Clinic) and 


Vanier Centre (Female Institution) 
and on Peel Memorial Hospital, for 
the year 1989. 


214-89 To prevent the application of part 
lot control to part of Registered 
Plan 636 (Guided Investments 
Limited). 


219-89 


220-89 


221-89 


222-89 


223-89 


224-89 


225-89 


226-89 


227-89 


228-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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To establish certain lands as part 
of Creditview Road. 


To establish certain lands as part 
of Mary Street. 


To amend By-law 131-89 (appointment 
of Plumbing Inspectors). 


To authorize the execution of an 
agreement with the Corporation of 
the City of Mississauga. 


To prevent the application of part 
lot control to part of Registered 
Plan 43M-895 (Calmist Holdings 
Limited). 


To prevent the application of part 
lot control to part of Registered 
Plan 43M-864 (Westwood Meadows 
Limited) . 


To amend By-law 151-88, as amended 
(Part of Lot 6, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


To amend By-law 861, as amended 
(Part of Lot 6, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


To amend By-law 151-88, as amended, 
(part of Lot 10, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 
10, Concession 1, E.H.S., 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy). 


To authorize the enactment of an 
agreement between Albert 
Franceschini, The Corporation of 
the City of Brampton and The 
Regional Municipality of Peel. 


To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 
17, Concession 1, E.H.S., 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 
17, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy). 


To authorize the expropriation of 
certain lands in the City of 
Brampton (part of Lot 9, Concession 
5, East of Hurontario Street). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 08 23 


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229-89 To adopt Amendment Number 169 and 
Amendment Number 169A to the 
Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area. 


PB: "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED 
INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO 
DISCUSS PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. UPON 
MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA 
STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE 
DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. 


C406-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT By-law 230-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 08 23 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 


thereto. 
CARRIED 
230-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 08 23. 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C407-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, September 11th, 1989 or at the call 
of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:30 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 09 11 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
ABSENT 
Councillor F. Andrews (other municipal business) 
Alderman S. DiMarco (vacation) 
Alderman E. Ludlow (other municipal business) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 09 11. 


C408-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 09 11, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMENTS 
ADD: 
Ts CORRES PONDENCE 


T12. MARILYN PENNYCOOK, TRI-MUNICIPAL CO-ORDINATOR 
DATED 1989 09 08 RE: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 
PANEL. File: 7.2.34 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M 3. ALDERMAN METZAK - TRANSPORT CANADA TO ADDRESS 
COUNCIL 1989 09 25. 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


B 1. ALDERMAN PALLESCHI - ITEM AFO91-89 - COMMITTEE 
OF ADJUSTMENT APPLICATION A148/89 - PART LOT 13, 
CON. 1, W.H.S - WARD 2 - CENTRAL PEEL HOLDINGS- 
HE IS A TENANT IN THE APPLICANTS BUILDING. 


B 2. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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ALDERMAN BEISEL - ITEM AF095-89 - APPLICATIONS 
FOR 1989 TAX ADJUSTMENTS PER SECTION 496 496a 
AND 495 OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT - A MEMBER OF HIS 


FAMILY SUBMITTED APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 496 OF 
THE MUNICIPAL ACT. 


B 3. ALDERMAN GIBSON - ITEM F 7 - CREDIT CARDS 
EMPLOYED WITH BANKING INSTITUTION. 


Ce ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
08 23. 


C409-89 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 08 23, be approved as printed and 
circulated 


CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C410-89 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 


FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 08 25 RE: FIRE DEPARTMENT 


* F 1 
July, 

* F 2 

* F 6 


OPERATIONS - MONTH OF JULY 1989. File: 7.1.3/ 
Pel. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Fire Chief dated 1989 
08 25 re: Fire Department Operations - Month of 
1989, be received. 


SENIOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DATED 1989 08 23 
RE: RECONSTRUCTION AND WIDENING OF McLAUGHLIN 
ROAD FROM SHERIDAN COLLEGE ENTRANCE TO THE SOUTH 
CITY LIMIT. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Senior Construction 

Engineer dated 1989 08 23 re: Reconstruction 

and Widening of McLaughlin Road from Sheridan 
College entrance to the south City limit, be 

received, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer 
$69,232.07 from Reserve Account #28 to Account 
#22.373.3600 to cover the shortage for this 
project. 


DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 
DATED 1989 09 O1 RE: WIDENING OF HIGHWAY 10. 
File: 7.1.7 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


3 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


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of Hi 


Beds 


FLO. 


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Fila: 


RECOMME\NDATION 
THAT the report from the Director, Development 
and Engineering Services dated 1989 09 O1 re: 
ing of Highway 10, be received, and; 
THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer 
00.00 from the Development Fund in to 
nt No. 22.373.0500 (Intersection 
vement) to be used for paying the City's 
of the cost of widening Highway 10 to 6 + 
es at the entrance into the City South 
rcial Development at the north west corner 


ghway 10 and Ray Lawson Boulevard. 


MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 09 O1 RE: 
CREDIT CARDS. File: 7.1.10 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the report 
dated 1989 09 
and; 


from the Manager of Accounting 
Ol re: Credit Cards, be received, 


THAT Council authorize the execution of the 
Banking Resolution (Schedule A) as attached in 
the above noted report. 


CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 09 07 


RE: CANADIAN PAMIRS EXPEDITION. File: 7.1.5 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer dated 1989 09 O07 re: Canadian Pamirs 
Expedition, be received, and; 


THAT Council wish Mr. Wilf Harrison, Parks 
Division Employee and the first Canadian team to 
climb in the U.S.S.R. luck in their endeavours. 


DIRECTOR OF RECREATION FACILITIES AND PROGRAMME 
SERVICES DATED 1989 09 06 RE: YOUTH CLUB 
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SUNSHINE FOUNDATION OF 


CANADA. File: 7.1.4 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Director of Recreation 
Facilities and Programme Services dated 1989 09 
06 re: Youth Club Contributions to the Sunshine 
Foundation of Canada, be received. 


SUPERVISOR OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 
1989 09 O07 RE: LIVE STOCK CLAIM - MARIO MILO. 
Fibed. 7. 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Supervisor of Licensing 
and Animal Control dated 1989 09 O07 re: Live 
Stock Claim - Mario Milo, be received, and; 


THAT Council approves payment of this claim of 
$90.00 for the loss of one (1) sheep, in 
accordance with the report of the Live Stock 
Valuer. 


* 


I 


ls: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


- 4G - 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


HONOURABLE WILLIAM WRYE MINISTER OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 08 10 RE: CITY'S 
REQUEST FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT THE INTERSECTION 
OF HEART LAKE ROAD AND BOVAIRD DRIVE. File: 
7.2.47 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 


William Wyre, Minister of Transportation dated 
1989 08 10 re: City's Request for Traffic 
Signals at the Intersection of Heart Lake Road 
and Bovaird Drive, be received. 


Regional Clerk and Director of Administration, 
Regional Municipality of Peel dated 1989 08 17 


re: 


of Development Charges, be received. 


CAROLE JONES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE CANADIAN 


DEBORAH TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK AND DIRECTOR OF 
ADMINISTRATION, REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 08 17 RE: BILL 20 - AN ACT TO 
PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF DEVELOPMENT CHARGES. 
File: 7.2.23 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Deborah Trouten, 


Bill 20 - An Act to Provide for the Payment 


RED CROSS SOCIETY, BRAMPTON-CALEDON BRANCH DATED 
1989 08 18 RE: BLOOD DONOR CLINIC AT THE CIVIC 
CENTRE. File: 7.2.26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Carole Jones, 


Executive Director, The Canadian Red Cross 
Society, Brampton-Caledon Branch dated 1989 08 


I 


4, 


6. 


18 re: Blood Donor Clinic at the Civic Centre, 
be received. 


DAVID BECK, ACTING CLERK PRO TEMPORE, REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH DATED 1989 08 
18 RE: CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 
AND SAFETY. File: 21.1 


RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the correspondence from David Beck, Acting 
Clerk Pro Tempore, Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth dated 1989 08 18 re: 
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and 
Safety, be received and ENDORSED. 


J.C. DAVIDSON, LEGION SPONSORING CHATRMAN, THE 
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, MAJOR WILLIAM DWIGHT 
SHARPE BRANCH 15 DATED 1989 08 23 RE: ANNUAL 
TAG DAYS, SEPTEMBER 22 AND 23, 1989. File: 
7.2.26 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from J.C. Davidson, 
Legion Sponsoring Chairman, The Royal Canadian 
Legion, Major William Dwight Sharpe Branch 15, 
dated 1989 08 23 re: Annual Tag Days, September 
22 and 23, 1989, be received and ENDORSED. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* 


HELD 


I 9. ROBERT MOORE, CHAIRMAN, WALK-A-DOG-A-THON, 
BRAMPTON LIONS CLUB DATED 1989 08 26 RE: 
PERMISSION TO HOLD A "WALK-A-DOG-A-THON" FOR 
CANINE VISION CANADA, OCTOBER 1, 1989. File: 


Tso 


26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT 
Chal 
date 
"Wal 


the correspondence from Robert Moore, 

rman, Walk-A-Dog-A-Thon, Brampton Lions Club 
d 1989 08 26 re: Permission to Hold a 
k-A-Dog-A-Thon" for Canine Vision Canada, 


October 1, 1989, be received, and; 


THAT 
for 


THAT 
part 


Council approve the request and locations 
this event. and: 


staff be directed to have Animal Control 
icipate in this event. 


M 1. BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MINUTES OF THE MEETING 


HELD- 1989 06:22. File: 16.10 
RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage 


Board of the meeting held 1989 06 22, be 


rece 


ived. 


M 2. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MINUTES OF THE MEETING 


1989 08 1 


4. File: 16.3 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT 


the minutes from the Board of Management of 


the meeting held 1989 08 14, be received. 


N 1. CONTRACT 89-45 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
SPORTSFIELD LIGHTING, BRAMALEFA COMMUNITY PARK. 
File: 24.45.89 

RECOMMENDATION 

THAT Contract 89-45 - Supply and Installation of 
Sportsfield Lighting, Bramalea Community Park, 


not be awarded, and; 


THAT 
advertise 


staff revise the specifications and re- 
for tenders. 


N 2. CONTRACT 89-43 - ALTERATIONS & ADDITION TO 
BRAMPTON TRANSIT FACILITY. File: 24.43.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT 


Contract 89-43 - Alterations & Addition to 


Brampton Transit Facility be awarded to W. G. 
Gallagher Construction Limited in the total 
amount of $4,154,750.00 (Four Million, One 
Hundred & Fifty Four Thousand, Seven Hundred & 
Fifty Dollars) which includes the additional 
price for the brick and block wall and it being 


the 


CARR 


lowest acceptable bid received. 


TED 


E. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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DELEGATIONS 


E 1. VERNON LAXTON RE: 


SIGN BY-LAW VARIANCE BY 


LAXTON FINANCIAL SERVICES AT 41 GEORGE STREET 
SOUTH. File: 7.1.1(a) 


Mr. Laxton requested Coun 


additional 


cil to approve an 


sign at 41 George S 


treet South 


which had been refused at the Building and By- 
law Committee meeting. 


C411-89 Moved 
Seconded by Councillor Be 


Tegal 


4 


THAT 


by Alderman Beisel 


the delegation from 


Sign By-law Variance by Laxton 


Services aft 


t 41 George Street S 


and the sign application be ap 


REPORTS OF 


OFFICIALS 


Fo 1. FIRE CHIEF DATED 1989 08 


QPERATIONS 


- MONTH OF JULY 198 


gley 


Mr. Vernon Laxton re: 
Financial 

outh, be received 

proved. 


25 RE: FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Dis GMa TP LOY. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


F 2 SENIOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DATED 1989 08 23 
RE: RECONSTRUCTION AND WIDENING OF McLAUGHLIN 
ROAD FROM SHERIDAN COLLEGE ENTRANCE TO THE SOUTH 
CITY LIMIT. File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89 


F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING 


1989 05 17 


RE: DRAFT PLAN OF S 


AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
UBDIVISION AND 


APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF 
LOT 4, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S., WARD 4, BRAMPTON 


WEST 4-2 LIMITED 


C412-89 Moved 
Seconded by Alderman Biss 


by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the report from the 


Planning and Development 


Draft Plan 


amend the Zoning By-law, part 


of Subdivision and 


Concession 


2, W.H.S., Ward 4, 


Limited, be received, and; 


THAT City Council authori 


Clerk to execute the final sub 
approved by the City Solicitor 


documents approved by the City Solicitor 


BY-LAW 238-89). File: C2Ww4.1 


ell 


Commissioner of 
dated 1989 05 17 re: 
Application to 

of Lot 4, 
Brampton West 4-2 


ze the Mayor and City 
division agreement 
and all other 


required to implement the provisions of the 
subdivision agreement, and; 


THAT Council authorize th 


e enactment of zoning 


By-law 238-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 
200-82 (part of Lot 4, Concess 
the geographic Township of Chinguacousy), and; 


ion 2, W.H.S., in 


THAT in accordance with section 34(16) of the 


Planning Act, 1983, Council he 


that no further public notice 


respect of 


reby determines 
is to be given in 


the proposed by-law, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


- 7 - 


THAT on commercial segments of planning 

approvals for strip plazas the landlord be 
required to provide litter pick up at least 
twice weekly. This condition to apply to all 
future similar purpose approvals. 


CARRIED 


F 4. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 09 Ol RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., 

WARD 2, LETHBRIDGE DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED (BY-LAWS 


239=89,- 240-89, AND 241-89). Files 7.1.1/ 
CLEL2 1.0 


C413-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 09 O1 re: 
Application to amend the Zoning By-law, part of 
Lot 12, Concession 1, E.H.S., Ward 2, Lethbridge 
Developments Limited, be received, and: 


THAT Council enact By-law 239-89 being a by-law 
to authorize the execution of an agreement 
between Lethbridge Developments Limited, The 
Corporation of the City of Brampton, and The 
Regional Municipality of Peel, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 240-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 12, Concession 
1, E.H.S., in the geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 241-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 12, 

Concession 1, E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy), and; 


THAT on commercial segments of planning 
approvals for strip plazas the landlord be 
required to provide litter pick up at least 
twice weekly. This condition to apply to all 
future similar purpose approvals. 


CARRIED 


F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 09 Ol RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 15, CONCESSION 5, E.H.S. 


WARD 9, ZAROUKIAN HOLDINGS (BY-LAWS 242-89 AND 
243-89). File: T5EH15.17 


C414-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 09 O1 re: 
Application to amend the Zoning By-law, part of 
Lot 15, Concession 5, E.H.S., Ward 9, Zaroukian 
Holdings, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 242-89 being a by-law 
to authorize the execution of an agreement 
between Zaroukian Holdings Limited, The 
Corporation of the City of Brampton, The 


Regional Municipality of Peel and The Imperial 
Life Assurance Company of Canada and The 
Toronto-Dominion Bank, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


- 8 - 


THAT Council enact By-law 243-89 being a by-law 

to amend By-law 139-84 (part of Lot 15, 

Concession 5, E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Toronto), and; 


THAT on commercial segments of planning 

approvals for strip plazas the landlord be 
required to provide litter pick up at least 
twice weekly. This condition to apply to all 
future similar purpose approvals. 


CARRIED 


* F 6. DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 
DATED 1989 09 O1 RE: WIDENING OF HIGHWAY 10. 
File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


* F 7. MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 09 Ol RE: 
CREDIT CARDS. File: 7.1.10 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


F 8. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 09 05 
RE: 60/40 RESIDENTIAL/BUSINESS ASSESSMENT. 
File: 4.89 


C415-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer dated 1989 09 05 re: 60/40 Residential/ 
Business Assessment, be received, and; 


THAT we work within the Strategic Planning 
Process to adopt a financial plan which will be 
sensitive to the options developed during this 
process and that will fulfill the needs of 
Council and the Community for the long term 
success of the City, and; 


FURTHER THAT, this report be directed to the 
Strategic Planning Steering Committee for 
further study, and; 


THAT the Steering Committee ensure that a 

detailed Financial Plan be made part of the 

final strategies employed by the City in it's 
plan, and; 


THAT the municipalities of Markham and Vaughan 
be included in the statistical information given 
on Table 1, F8-5, of the report, and; 


THAT the benefit to the City of no garbage 
pickup and reduce fire prevention be addressed. 


CARRIED 


F 9. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 09 
O06 RE: CAPITAL FUNDING FOR THE FLOODLIGHTING OF 
BASEBALL DIAMONDS. File: 7.1.4 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


- 9 - 


C416-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded bv Alderman Russell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 09 06 re: Capital 
Funding for the Floodlighting of Baseball 
Diamonds, be received, and; 


THAT Council approves proceeding with the 
floodlighting of #2 baseball diamond at Airport 
Road Park and #2 and #3 baseball diamonds at the 
M.G.S. park in the gross amount of $253,000.00 
and the net amount after grants of $168,667.00, 
and; 


FURTHER THAT the Treasurer be authorized to 


transfer the funding from capital contributions 
(Facility Component). 


CARRIED 
ze F1O. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 09 07 
RE: CANADIAN PAMIRS EXPEDITION. File: 7.1.5 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


a F1l1l. DIRECTOR OF RECREATION FACILITIES AND PROGRAMME, 
SERVICES DATED 1989 09 06 RE: YOUTH CLUB 
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SUNSHINE FOUNDATION OF 
CANADA. File: 7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


* F12. SUPERVISOR OF LICENSING AND ANIMAL CONTROL DATED 
1989 09 O07 RE: LIVE STOCK CLAIM - MARIO MILO. 
Ba Ves Talal 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 1. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 09 06. File: 7.1 


ALDERMAN PALLESCHI DECLARED A CONFLICT OF 
INTEREST WITH ITEM AFO91-89 AND REFRAINED FROM 
DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE MATTER, 


ALDERMAN BEISEL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
WITH ITEM AFO95-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 
AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


C417-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 09 06, be approved 
as printed and circulated after extracting Items 
AF092-89 and AF095-89. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AF0Q92-89 AS FOLLOWS: 


AF092-89 BUILDING PLAQUES - NEW CITY HALL 


"THAT the report dated 1989 08 28 re Building 
Plaques - New City Hall be received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 
- 10 - 
That we maintain the policy; however, that the 


name of the late Councillor Chris Gibson appear 
on the plaque." 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM AF0Q97-89 AS FOLLOWS: 


AF0O97-89 CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 08 24 RE 
COUNCIL SALARIES 


RECOMMENDATION 


"THAT the report dated 1989 08 24 re Council 
Salaries be received, and; 


That a committee of citizens numbering no more 
than five (5) be established to review the 
remuneration of the Mayor and Members of Council 
and to make whatever recommendations are deemed 
necessary as a result of their review, and 
further: 


That the Chief Administrative Officer appoint 
the five citizen members." 


CARRIED 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


Ess CORRES PONDENCE 


I 1. HONOURABLE WILLIAM WRYE, MINISTER OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 08 10 RE: CITY'S 

REQUEST FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT THE INTERSECTION 
OF HEART LAKE ROAD AND BOVAIRD DRIVE. File: 7.2.47 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


mS 1 2. DEBORAH TROUTEN, REGIONAL CLERK AND DIRECTOR OF 
ADMINISTRATION, REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
DATED 1989 08 17 RE: BILL 20 - AN ACT TO 
PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF DEVELOPMENT CHARGES. 
File: 7.2.23 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


* I 3. CAROLE JONES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE CANADIAN 
RED CROSS SOCIETY, BRAMPTON-CALEDON BRANCH DATED 
1989 08 18 RE: BLOOD DONOR CLINIC AT THE CIVIC 
CENTRE. File: 7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


* I 4. DAVID BECK, ACTING CLERK PRO TEMPORE, REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH DATED 1989 08 
18 RE: CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 
AND SAFETY. File: 21.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


I 5. HAZEL McCALLION, MAYOR, CORPORATION OF THE CITY 
OF MISSISSAUGA DATED 1989 08 22 RE: ATRPORT 
NOISE - ELIMINATION OF DEPARTURE DIVERGENCE AT 
LESTER B. PEARSON INTERNATIONAL ATRPORT. File: 


7.2.34 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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C418-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the correspondence from Hazel McCallion, 
Mayor, Corporation of the City of Mississauga 
dated 1989 08 22 re: Airport Noise 

Elimination of Departure Divergence at Lester B. 
Pearson International Airport, be received and 
endorsed, and during non-simultaneous 


departures. 
CARRIED 
* I 6. J.C. DAVIDSON, LEGION SPONSORING CHATRMAN, THE 


ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, MAJOR WILLIAM DWIGHT 
SHARPE BRANCH 15 DATED 1989 08 23 RE: ANNUAL 
TAG DAYS SEPTEMBER 22 AND 23 1989. File: 
7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


I 7. GEORGE R. McCAGUE, M.P.P. FOR SIMCOE WEST AND 
PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE CRITIC FOR MUNICIPAL 
AFFAIRS DATED 1989 08 31 RE: BILL 106 - AN ACT 
TO AMEND THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT AND THE 
MUNICIPAL ACT. File: 21.89 


C419-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from George R. McCague, 
M.P.P. for Simcoe West and Progressive 
Conservative Critic for Municipal Affairs dated 
1989 08 31 re: Bill 106 - An Act to Amend The 
Municipal Elections Act and The Municipal Act, 
be received and ENDORSED. 


CARRIED 


I 8. HONOURABLE BENOIT BOUCHARD MINISTER OF 
TRANSPORT DATED 1989 08 25 RE- NOISE FROM 
LESTER B. PEARSON INTERNATIONAL ATRPORT. File: 
TsZa30 


C420-89 Moved by Alderman Fennel] 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 

Benoit Bouchard, Minister of Transport 1989 08 

25 re: Noise from Lester B. Pearson 

International Airport, be received, and referred 
to the next Administration and Finance Committee 
meeting held 1989 10 02. 


CARRIED 
* I 9. ROBERT MOORE, CHAIRMAN, WALK-A-DOG-A-THON, 


BRAMPTON LIONS CLUB DATED 1989 08 26 RE: 

PERMISSION TO HOLD A "WALK-A-DOG-A-THON" FOR 
CANINE VISION CANADA, OCTOBER 1, 1989. File: 
7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 


% I10. JEFF THORN, THE BRAM GROUP DATED 1989 08 29 RE: 
EASTBRAM HOLDINGS LIMITED: PART LOT 6, 
CONCESSION 1, E.H.S. File: ClEH6.41 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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C421-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the correspondence from Jeff Thorn, The 
Bram Group dated 1989 08 29 re: Eastbram 
Holdings Limited: Part Lot 6, Concession 1, 
E.H.S, be received. 


CARRIED 


T1l1. JACK HASSALL DATED 1989 09 04 RE: THE 


REHABILITATION OF OUR HUTTONVILLE HYDRO-ELECTRIC 
POWER PROJECT. File: 26.89 


C422-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 


Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the correspondence from Jack Hassall dated 
1989 09 04 re: Rehabilitation of our 
Huttonville Hydro-Electric Power Project, be 
received and subject to their endorsement to the 
Brampton Hydro, be ENDORSED, and; 


THAT this correspondence be sent to the Brampton 
Hydro-Electric Commission for their 
consideration of endorsement, and; 


THAT a letter be sent from the City of Brampton 
to Lyn McLeod, Ministry of Energy, indicating 
our support for Jack Hassall and his proposal to 
rehabilitate the Huttonville Hydro-Electric 
Power Project. 


CARRIED 


T12. MARILYN PENNYCOOK, TRI-MUNICIPAL CO-ORDINATOR 
DATED 1989 09 08 RE: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 
PANEL. File: 7.2.34 


C423-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 


J. 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from Marily Pennycook, 
Tri-Municipal Co-ordinator, City of Mississauga 
dated 1989 09 08 re: Tri-Municipal Committee 
September 8, 1989, Environmental Assessment 
Panel, be received, and; 


THAT Council endorse the Tri-Municipal 

Committee's request to select members for the 
Environmental Assessment Panel which will review 
the new runway proposals for Lester B. Pearson 
International Airport, from elected 
representatives and environmental specialists of 
the municipalities surrounding the airport 
(Cities of Brampton, Etobicoke and Mississauga) . 


CARRIED 


RESOLUTIONS - NIL 


NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 


PETITIONS - NIL 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

* M 1. BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MINUTES OF THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 06 22. File: 16.10 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 

* M 2. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MINUTES OF THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 08 14. File: 16.3 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 

M 3. ALDERMAN METZAK -— TRANSPORT CANADA TO ADDRESS 

COUNCIL 1989 09 25, 

C424-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 
THAT the next meeting be at 1900 hours to 
accommodate the Transport Canada presentation, 
and: 
FURTHER Council waive the 5 minute delegation 
procedure. 

CARRIED 

N. TENDERS 

* N 1. CONTRACT 89-45 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
SPORTSFIELD LIGHTING, BRAMALEA COMMUNITY PARK. 
File: 24.45.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 

* N 2. CONTRACT 89-43 - ALTERATIONS & ADDITION TO 
BRAMPTON TRANSIT FACILITY. File: 24.43.89 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C410-89. 

Os BY-LAWS 

C425-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT By-laws 231-89 to 243-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 09 11 be given 


the required number of readings, taken 


as read, 


and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 


Seal affixed thereto. 
CARRIED 


231-39 To amend By-law 193-83 (the 


regulation of traffic) for the 


placement of an ALL WAY STOP. 


232-89 To repeal By-laws 221-89 and 222 
89. 
233-89 To amend By-law 861, as amended 


(Part of Lot 10, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., geographic Township of 


Chinguacousy) . 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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234-89 To amend By-law 151-88, as amended, 
(Part of Lot 10, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


235-89 To amend By-law 861, as amended 
(Part of Lot 6, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


236-89 To amend By-law 151-88, as amended 
(Part of Lot 6, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


237-89 To amend By-law 139-84, as amended, 
(Part of Lot 15, Concession 1, 
W.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Toronto). 


238-89 To amend By-law 200-82 (part of Lot 
4, Concession 2, W.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


239-89 To authorize the execution of an 
agreement between Lethbridge 
Developments Limited, The 
Corporation of the City of 
Brampton, and The Regional 
Municipality of Peel. 


240-89 To amend By-law 861 (part of Lot 
12, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


241-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 
12, Concession 1, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


242-89 To authorize the execution of an 
agreement between Zaroukian 
Holdings Limited, The Corporation 
of the City of Brampton, The 
Regional Municipality of Peel and 
The Imperial Life Assurance Company 
of Canada and The Toronto-Dominion 
Bank. 


243-89 To amend By-law 139-84 (part of Lot 
15, Concession 5, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of Toronto). 


"IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY MATTER. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS A 
PROPERTY MATTER. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE 
WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT 
THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY MATTER. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 11 


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C426-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT By-law 244-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 09 11 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 


thereto 
CARRIED 
244-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 09 11. 
on ADJOURNMENT 


C427-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, September 25th, 1989 or at the call 
of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:50 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINU 
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 09 18 AT 10:28 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK 
DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 

ABSENT 


Councillor F. Andrews (other municipal business) 
Councillor R. Begley 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman A. Gibson 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING DATED 09 
18. 


C428-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the Agenda for the Special Council meeting 
dated 1989 09 18~ be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMEN'T 
ADD: 
Cx DELEGATION 


C 1. MR. WILLIAM DANBROOK RE: CASTLEGROVE HOME 
OWNERS ASSOCIATION - RYCKMAN LANE. File 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 


Cz DELEGATION 


C 1. MR. WILLIAM DANBROOK RE: CASTLEGROVE HOME 
OWNERS ' ASSOCIATION - RYCKMAN LANE. File: 7.1.6 


Mr. Danbrook appeared before Council on behalf 
of the Castlegrove Home Owners' Association and 
xpressed their concerns with regard to the 
structure located at the end of Ryckman Lane and 
requested Council's consideration in rectifying 
the situation. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 18 


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C429-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 


D. 


O. 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the verbal delegation from Mr. Danbrook re: 
Castlegrove Home Owners' Association - Ryckman 
Lane, be received. 


CARRIED 


"IN CAMERA" ITEM - LITIGATION MATTER. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS THE 
LITIGATION MATTER. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF 

THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY 
QUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE LITIGATION MATTER. 


COUNCIL ROSE AND CONTINUED WITH THE ORDER OF THE 
AGENDA. 


BY-LAWS 


C430-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Q. 


Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT By-law 245-89 as listed on the Special 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 09 18 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read~ 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
245-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council's Special meeting held 1989 
VO. 13s 
CARRIED 


ADJOURNMENT 


C431-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, September 25th, 1989 or at the call 
of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:39 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


R. DAVID TUFTS ACTING CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 09 25 AT 7:00 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell (arrived 8:17 p.m.) 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennel] 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 09 25. 
C432-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 09 25, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 
CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 
ADD: 
EB. DELEGATION 
E 9. DENNIS H. GRAY RE: STONAT CONSTRUCTION. File: 
C1W2.12 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
09 11. 
C433-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 


Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 09 11, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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C 2. MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
09 18. 
C434-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 
THAT the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting 
held 1989 09 18, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 
CARRIED 
Ds. CONSENT MOTION 
C435-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 


items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 


take such action as may be necessary to give 


effect of the recommendations as therein 


to 

con 
* Fl 
* F 2 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 09 12 RE: PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE, CUSTODIO 
AND THE CITY OF BRAMPTON, PART LOT 79 AND BLOCK 


71, PLAN 43M-771 (BY-LAW 253-89). File: 7.1.6 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 09 12 re: 
Proposed Land Exchange, Custodio and The City of 
Brampton, Part Lot 79 and Block 71, Plan 43M 
771, be received, and; 


THAT Council agree to the land exchange of Part 
of Lot 70, Registered Plan 43M-771, with Part of 
Block 71, Registered Plan 43M-771, and; 


FURTHER THAT Council enact By-law 253-89 being a 
by-law to authorize the enactment of an 
agreement between The Corporation of the City of 
Brampton and Hermano Custodio and Leonor 
Custodio, both of the City of Brampton, Region 
of Peel 


DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 
DIVISTON DATED 1989 09 15 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF 
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW EAST HALF 
OF LOTS 1 & 2, CONCESSION 6 (ALBION TOWN OF 
CALEDON, URAL HOLDINGS INC., REGIONAL FILE 21T- 
89014C. File: 7.1.6 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Director of Planning 
and Development Services Division dated 1989 09 
15 re: Draft Plan of proposed subdivision and 
application to amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, East Half of Lots l & 2, 
Concession 6 (Albion), Town of Caledon, Ural 
Holdings Inc., Regional File 21T-89014C, be 
received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


THAT the Town of Caledon be advised that the 
City of Brampton Council does not support the 
draft proposed plan of subdivision and the 
application to amend the Town of Caledon 
Official Plan and zoning by-law as submitted by 
URAL HOLDINGS INCORPORATED under Regional File 
21T-89014C, andy 


THAT the Town of Caledon and Region of Peel be 
provided with a copy of the report from the City 
of Brampton Planning and Development Department 
dated September 1, 1989. 


i F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 09 19 RE: PENALTY CLAUSES IN THE 
COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAWS (BY-LAWS 246-89 TO 

250-89 INCLUSIVE). File: 7.1.6 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 

Planning and Development dated 1989 09 19 re: 

Penalty Clauses in the Comprehensive Zoning By 
laws, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 246-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 151-88, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 247-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 139-84, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 248-89 being a by-law 
to amend BY-law 56-83, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 249-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 200-82, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 250-89 being a by-law 
to amend BY-law 861. 


* F 4. DIRECTOR. DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 
DATED 1989 09 19 RE: KEN WHILLANS DRIVE 
TENDER AWARD. File: 7.1.7/24.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Director, Development 
and Engineering Services dated 1989 09 19 re: 
Ken Whillans Drive - Tender Award, be received, 


and; 


THAT the City enter into a contract with Conro 
Construction Ltd., for the construction of Ken 
Whillans Drive from Church Street northerly for 
approximately 300m, including the storm sewer 
from Ellen Street to the Etobicoke Creek, for 
the total amount of $384 637.23. 


I 2. J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 09 19 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING - APPEAL BY GRAYWOOD DEVELOPMENTS LTD 
File: 7.1.6 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 09 
19 re: Appointment for Hearing - Appeal by 
Graywood Developments Ltd., be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of BramPton's position. 


* J 1. MANAGER, ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE, PUBLIC 
WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 09 08 RE: COUNCIL 
RESOLUTION REQUIRED FOR M.T.O. INTERIM RETURN. 
Filer 722223721789 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT a Petition be made to the Ministry of 
Transportation of Ontario for Interim Subsidy 
Payment under the Public Transportation and 
Highway Improvement Act on Expenditures made in 
the year of 1989. 


* M 1. REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL, MINUTES FROM 
MEETING HELD 1989 08 10. File: 16.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality 
of Peel, meeting held 1989 08 10, be received. 


CARRIED 
E. DELEGATIONS 


E 1. TRANSPORT CANADA RE: ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY. 
File: 7.1.2 


Mr. Chern Heed, Airport General Manager, 
outlined the Economic Impact Study. Mr. Jack 
Gaum, Director, Corporate Operations, provided 
a slide presentation on the study and answered 
questions of Council. Mr. Ed Warrick, Project 
General Manager Crown Projects, addressed 
Council and also answered questions. 


C436-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the delegation from Transport Canada re: 
Economic Impact Study, be received. 


CARRIED 


E 2. ALLAN DOWNEY RE: 637254 ONTARIO LTD. C/O TORNAT 
CONSTRUCTION. File: C1lE6.40 


Mr. Downey addressed Council stating he 
represented the owners of 40 Beech Street. He 
reiterated their position as presented to the 
Planning Committee particularly stating this 
project does not comply with the Official Plan 
Amendment. He requested this application not be 
approved and or that it be deferred. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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C437-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the delegation from Allan Downey re: 
637254 Ontario Limited c/o Tornat Construction, 
be received. 


CARRIED 


E 3. VIRGINIA DABRUS RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN & ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 6, 
CONCESSION 1, E.H.S , WARD 5, 637254 ONTARIO 

LTD. File: ClE6.40 


Mr. Ward spoke on behalf of Ms. Dabrus, on 
behalf of the Peel Non-Profit Housing Committee. 
He spoke on this project and the role this 
agency has in regards to these types of projects. 


Mr. Peter Smith, Commissioner of Peel Non-Profit 
Housing Committee, was in attendance to answer 
questions of Council. 


C438-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the delegation from Keith Ward re: 
Application to amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, part of Lot 6, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., Ward 5, 637254 Ontario Limited, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


E 4. DON McMULLEN RE: 637254 ONTARIO LTD., LOT 6, 
CONCESSION EH, ZONING AMENDMENT. File: C1E6.40 


Mr. McMullen spoke on behalf of the Brampton- 
Mississauga and District Labour Council 
addressing the need for such housing. He 
supports this type of application and concluded 
by stating the Brampton-Mississauga and District 
Labour Council urges full support of this 
development. 


C439-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the delegation from Don McMullen re: 637254 
Ontario Limited, Lot 6, Concession EH, Zoning 
Amendment be received. 


CARRIED 


E 5. JIM DAVIS RE: 637254 ONTARIO LTD., LOT 6, 
CONCESSION EH, ZONING AMENDMENT. File: C1lE6.40 


Mr. Davis spoke on behalf of the C.A.W. 
Community Homes and was in favour of this 
project. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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C440-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the delegation from Jim Davis re: 637254 
Ontario Limited, Lot 6, Concession EH, Zoning 
Amendment, be received. 


CARRIED 


E 6. MR. J. BRIAN JOHNSTON RE: 637254 ONTARIO LTD., 
PART LOT 6, CONCESSION 1, E.H.S., APPLICATION 
FOR REZONING. File: C1lE6.40 


Mr. Johnston spoke on behalf of the Tornat 

Group. He said they do not agree that this 

project does not conform to the Official Plan 
Amendment. He answered questions regarding 
sufficient parking standards and site locations. 
In conclusion he supported this application. 


C441-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the delegation from J. Brian Johnston re: 
637254 Ontario Limited, Part Lot 6, Concession 1 
E.H.S., Application for Rezoning, be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P196-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AT 
THIS TIME: 


P196-89 637254 ONTARIO LIMITED - PART LOT 6, CON. 1, 
E.H.S. - WARD 5 


"THAT the report dated 1989 09 11 re Application 
to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be 
received, and; 


A. The notes of the Public Meeting be 
received; 

B. That the application be approved subject 
to the following conditions: 

ily An amendment to the secondary plan 
will maintain the high density 


residential designation which shall 
include the establishment of 

appropriate development policies in 
recognition of the surrounding land 


Zs Prior to the enactment of the 
implementing zoning by-law, the 
applicant shall undertake: 


(a) A comprehensive stormwater 
management study to the 
satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Public works 
and Building and The 
Metropolitan Toronto and 
Region Conservation 
Authority; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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(b) A traffic study to assess 

road capacity to support 
this development proposal 
and other future proposals 
in the area to the 
satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Public Works 
and Building, and: 


(c) To enter into a development 
agreement with the City 
which shall address the 
items in condition (B)5 
below. 


3: The site specific zoning by-law 
shall be zoned R4A and shall 
include the following Provisions: 


(a) The site shall only be used 
for an apartment building; 


(b) The minimum lot width shall 
be 45.0 metres: 


(c) The minimum front yard depth 
(assuming Beech Street as 
the frontage) shall be 11.0 
metres; 


(d) The minimum side yard width 
shall be 12 metres: 


(e) The maximum building height 
shall be 13 storeys; 


(f) The maximum gross floor area 
shall not exceed 9325 square 


metres; 
The maximum floor space 
index shall not exceed 1.69; 


(h) The minimum landscaped open 
space shall be 58 percent of 
the lot area; 


(i) A minimum of 1.4 parking 
spaces shall be provided per 
dwelling unit which shall 
include 0.25 parking spaces 
per unit as above ground 
visitor spaces; 


(j) The maximum number of 
dwelling units shall not 
exceed 122. 
a. The site plan shall be amended to 
include: 
(a) A minimum 3.0 metre wide 


landscaped strip abutting 
the widened limit of Beech 
Street; 


(ob) Locations of waste disposal 
facilities: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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(c) Removal of the dead end 
parking arrangement of the 
above ground parking spaces, 
and; 


(d) Location and layout of the 
underground parking garage. 


5. Development of the site shall be 
subject to a development agreement 
and the development agreement shall 

contain the following: 


(a) The applicant shall agree to 
carry out or cause to be 
carried out the 
recommendations of the 
reports contained in 
conditions B.2a and B.2b 
above at his expense; 


(bo) Prior to the issuance of a 
building permit, a site 
development plan, a 
landscape and fencing plan 
including boulevard 
treatment; building 
elevation and cross section 
drawings, a grading and 
drainage plan, an 
engineering and servicing 
plan, a fire protection plan 
and road works plan shall be 
approved by the City and the 
appropriate securities shall 
be deposited with the City 
to ensure implementation of 
these plans in accordance 
with the City's site plan 
review process; 


(c) 


All lighting on the site 
shall be designed and 
oriented so as to minimize 
g 

a 


lare on adjacent roadways 
nd properties; 


(d) Prior to the issuance of any 

building permits, the 

applicant shall provide a 

plan showing the location 

and type of indoor and 

outdoor recreation 

facilities for the property 

to the satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Community 
Services; 


(e) The applicant shall agree to 
pay cash-in-lieu of parkland 
conveyance in accordance 
with City policy in an 
amount applicable for the 
development; 


(f) The applicant shall agree to 
pay all applicable Regional 


and City levies in 
accordance with the Region's 
and City's contribution policy; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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(g) The applicant shall agree to 
erect a solid screen fence 
.8 metres in height in 
locations to the 
satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Planning and 
Development. 


(h) The applicant shall agree to 
convey a 2.0 metre wide road 
widening along the Beech 
Street frontage where it 
abuts the site. 


Cs Staff be instructed to prepare the 
appropriate documents for Council's 
consideration." 


QN A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"CARRIED", 16 YEAS, 1 NAY AND 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Alderman Gibson Councillor Carter 
Alderman Bissell 


Alderman Fenne 
Alderman Palleschi 
Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Miles 
Alderman Metzak 
Councillor Russell 
Mayor Whillans 
Alderman Beisel 
Councillor Begley 
Councillor Robertson 


Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


COUNCIL RECESSED AT 9:50 P.M. AND RECONVENED AT 10:00 P.M. 


E 7. BERND P. SAWATZKI RE: APPLICATION FOR SIGN 
VARIANCE - CALEDON TILES. File: 7.1.1 (a) 


Mr. Sawatzki addressed Council requesting 
reconsideration of his request for a sign 
variance. He presented photographs of his 
building and affected signage. 


C442-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the delegation from Bernd P. Sawatzki re: 
Application for Sign Variance - Caledon Tiles, 
be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM BBO61-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AT 
THIS TIME: 


BBO61 MANAGER, COMMUNITY DESTGN DATED 1989 09 05 RE 
APPLICATION FOR SIGN BY-LAW VARIANCE - CALEDON 
TILE & CONSTRUCTION - 12 FISHERMAN DRIVE 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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"THAT the report dated 1989 09 05 re Application 
for Sign By-law Variance - Caledon Tile & 
Construction - 12 Fisherman Drive be received, 
and: 


That the proposal submitted by Sign Solutions 
for Caledon Tile & Construction Specialities 
Limited at 12 Fisherman Drive not be approved 
and staff be directed to take appropriate 
procedures to have all illegal signs removed." 


CARRIED 


E 8. TIMOTHY BULLOCK RE: STONAT CONSTRUCTION INC., 
ZONING AMENDMENT. File: C1W2.12 
Mr. Bullock requested Council to refer this 
subject back to the Planning Committee for 
reconsideration as his client has negotiated the 
sale of his property. He outlined the phasing 
of this project. 


C443-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the delegation from Timothy Bullock re: 
Stonat Construction Inc., Zoning Amendment, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


E 9. DENNIS H. GRAY RE: STONAT CONSTRUCTION. File: 
C1W2.12 
Mr. Gray expressed his concerns regarding this 
proposal and asked Council to uphold its 
decision to reject this proposal. 


C444-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the submission of Dennis H. Gray on behalf 
of the Camelot Ratepayers Association, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P201-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


P201-89 STONAT CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION - PART LOT 2, 
CON. 3, W.H.S. - WARD 4 
"THAT the report dated 1989 09 08 re Application 
to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be 
received, and; 


That the notes of the Public Meeting be 
received, and further; 


That the application to amend the Official Plan 
and Zoning By-law be refused." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN CONSIDERED: 
C445-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT item P201-89 be deferred to the next 
Planning Committee Meeting held 1989 10 16. 


CARRIED 


Beg 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 09 12 RE: PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE, CUSTODIO 

AND THE CITY OF BRAMPTON, PART LOT 79 AND BLOCK 

71, PLAN 43M-771 (BY-LAW 153-89). File: 7.1.6 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89. 


F 2. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 
DIVISTON DATED 1989 09 15 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF 
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW EAST HALF 
OF LOTS 1 & 2, CONCESSION 6 (ALBION TOWN OF 
CALEDON, URAL HOLDINGS INC., REGIONAL FILE 21T- 
89014C. File: 7.1.6 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89. 


F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 09 19 RE: PENALTY CLAUSES IN THE 


COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAWS (BY-LAWS 146-89 TO 
150-89 INCLUSIVE). File: 7.1.6 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89 


F 4. DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 
DATED 1989 09 19 RE: KEN WHILLANS DRIVE 
TENDER AWARD. File: 7.1.7/24.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89. 


COMMITTEE REPORTS 
G 1. REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 09 
18. File: 7.1.6 


C446-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee 

dated 1989 09 18 be approved as printed and 
circulated after extracting Item P196-89 and 
P201-89 which were dealt with under Delegations 
and extracting Item P193-89 and P200-89. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P193-89 AND DEALT WITH AS 
FOLLOWS: 


P193-89 PARALLEL FRONTAGE STREETS 


THAT the report dated 1989 09 08 re Parallel 
Frontage Streets be received, and; 


Tg Council direct staff to distribute the 
survey attached to report dated 1989 09 
08 to all residents of parallel frontage 
streets and a similar number of 
residents of reverse frontage lots in 
the City and to report the results with 
appropriate recommendations to Council 
later this year. 


2. Council direct staff to continue its 
practice of considering parallel 
frontage streets and reverse frontage 
arrangements on their merits ona 
project-to-project basis. 


Th 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


detached lots 


th 


Th 


at 
Development incl 
bu 
landscaped 
Lookout at 


e Strategic 


12 - 


at the matter of townhousing and 


of 50 feet be referred to 
Planning Committee. 


the Commissioner of Planning and 
ude funds in his 1990 
dget for Council's consideration of 
buffer area along Lionshead 
Williams Parkway and Howden 


Boulevard, and further; 


That 
fall 


this area be re-surveyed in the 
of 1990 to measure the impact on 
the community. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED ITEM P200-89 AND DEALT WITH AS 


FOLLOWS: 


C447-89 


P200-89 


Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT motion P200-89 be deferred for two weeks 
until Councillor Begley and any other members of 
Council be given a tour of the project. 


LOST 


BASTLE AND CLAIRE KANELLOPOULOS - PART LOT 4, 


CON. 


"THAT the report da 


to amend the Official Pl 


3. BwH. 5. 


received. and; 


1. 


Th 


a 


- WARD 3 


ted 


1989 09 01 re Application 
an and Zoning By-law be 


t the retail commercial uses, a 


billiard hall and a personal service 


sh 


of 


op not be permit 
the subject and surrounding lands is 


ted because the intent 


to permit industrial-related uses on 
dustrial designa 


in 


staff' 


in 
In 


Th 
in 


financial 


ted land. It is 


S opinion th 


at these uses are not 


conformity with 


dustrial designa 


at 


the existing 
tion. 


the permitted 


uses of Building A, 


clude the following industrial uses as 
permitted, a banquet facility, a bank or 


institut 


ion, a standard 


restaurant and a dining room restaurant 
and 
gross floor area ( 
for 
service shops, 
establishment offices excluding all 
medical offices, a 


Ln 


a 
Cc 
n 
Ss 


the permi 


quet facili 


one 


t tted 
ludes indust 


ria 


ty, 
titution, a standard restaurant anda 


to a maximum of 50 percent of the 


as identified) be used 


take-out and fast food restaurants, 


dry-cleaning 
nd; 
uses of Building B, 


l uses as permitted, a 
a bank or financial 


dining room restaurants, service shops, 
general offices, r 


on 
to 
me 
la 


eal estate offices, 


e medical office having a maximum 


Cres 


tal gross floor area of 250 square 
(2,691 square feet) and one 
undromat." 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


THAT a total of 50% of the total project space 
be allocated to Commercial use omitting billiard 


halls. 


ON TAKING A VOTE ON THE MAIN MOTION P200-89 AS 
AMENDED, THE MOTION WAS DECLARED "CARRIED". 


G 


C448-89 


G3 


2. 


REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 09 20. File: 7.1.7 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the Public Works Committee 
dated 1989 09 20, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 


COMMITTEE DATED 1989 09 20. File: 7.1.1 


C449-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 
THAT the report from the Building and By-law 
Enforcement Committee dated 1989 09 20, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
He, UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 
Es, CORRES PONDENCE 


RUTH GRIER, M.P.P., ETOBICOKE-LAKESHORE, NEW 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY DATED 1989 08 21 RE: DERELICT 
MOTOR VEHICLE SITES. File: 7.1.1 (b) 


C450-89 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from Ruth Grier, M.P.P., 
Etobicoke-Lakeshore, New Democratic Party dated 
1989 09 21 re: Derelict Motor Vehicle Sites, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C450-89 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT both Ruth Grier, M.P.P. and Honourable 
James Bradley be informed of our new "Derelict 
Motor Vehicle" facility and recycling unit in 
Brampton on Goreway Drive at Triple M Metals. 
As it is a world class state of the art 
technology a group of visitors from Russia have 
planned a tour of this facility late this fall 
and we are sure our local provincial politicians 
would also be welcome to arrange a tour. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


Sa 
i I 2. Jd. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 


BOARD DATED 1989 09 19 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING - APPEAL BY GRAYWOOD DEVELOPMENTS LTD. 
File: 7.1.6 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89. 


Js RESOLUTIONS 
* J 1. MANAGER, ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE, PUBLIC 


WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 09 08 RE: COUNCIL 
RESOLUTION REQUIRED FOR M.T.O. INTERIM RETURN. 
Piles: 7.222872 1089 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89. 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

L. PETITIONS - NIL 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

* M 1. REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL, MINUTES FROM 


MEETING HELD 1989 08 10. File: 16.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C435-89. 
N. TENDERS - NIL 
O. BY-LAWS 


C452-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 246-89 to 256-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 09 25 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
246-89 To amend By-law 151-88. 
247-89 To amend By-law 139-84. 
248-89 To amend By-law 56-83. 
249-89 To amend By-law 200-82. 
250-89 To amend By-law 861. 
251-89 To establish certain lands as parts 
of public highways (Goreway Drive). 
252-89 To change the name of Ernscliffe 


Gate, Ernscliffe Circle and Part of 
Central Park Drive. 


253-89 To authorize the enactment of an 
agreement between The Corporation 
of the City of Brampton and Hermano 
Custodio and Leonor Custodio, both 
of the City of Brampton, Region of 
Peel. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 09 25 


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254-89 To establish certain lands as part 
of Main Street North. 


255-89 To provide for the payment of 
Capital Contributions in accordance 
with the Capital Contribution 
Policy and to provide for other 
matters relating to the development 
of land. 


Be "IN CAMERA" ITEMS - PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS THE 
PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. UPON MOVING QUT OF 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE 
INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY AND 
LITIGATION MATTERS. 


C453-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-law 256-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 09 25 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 
thereto. 


CARRIED 


256-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 09 25. 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C454-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT pursuant to Section 22.1 of By-law 62-81 

(The Procedural By-law) as amended, Council 

shall continue until all matters have been dealt 
with as listed on the agenda. 


CARRIED 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C455-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Wednesday, October 11th, 1989 or at the call 
of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:25 A.M.. 1989 09 26. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 10 11 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

Ass APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 10 11. 


C456-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 10 11, be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMEN'T 
ADD: 
E 7. BRAMPTON 14TH AND 6TH DISTRICT BOY SCOUTS RE: 


DECLARATION OF OCTOBER 21, 1989 AS APPLE DAY IN 
BRAMPTON. File: 7.2.26 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 


om ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
0925. 


C457-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 09 25, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


La OP oaks 
D. CONSENT MOTION 


C458-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 


* F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 02 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 15, CONCESSION 8, N.D., WARD 
10 E. EMANUELE REGION OF PEEL FILE 217T-83037B 
(BY-LAW 261-89). File: C8E15.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 02 re: 
Draft Plan of Proposed Subdivision and 
Application to amend the Zoning By-law, Part of 
Lot 15, Concession 8, N.D., Ward 10, E. 
Emanuele, Region of Peel File 21T-83037B, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
xecute the final subdivision agreement approved 
by the City Solicitor and all other documents 
approved by the City Solicitor required to 
implement the provisions of the subdivision 
agreement and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of zoning 
By-law 261-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 56 
83 (part of Lot 15, Concession 8, N.D., in the 
geographic Township of Toronto Gore). 


* F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 02 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED 
SUBDIVISION APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY- 
LAW, PART OF LOT 15, CONCESSION 9, N.D. WARD 
10, ELISA DESANTE, REGION OF PEEL FILE 21T 
88010B (BY-LAW 262-89). File: C9E15.3 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 02 re: 
Draft Plan of proposed Subdivision application 
to amend the Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 15, 
Concession 9, N.D., Ward 10, Elisa Desante, 
Region of Peel File 21T-88010B, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize the Mayor and Clerk to 
xecute the final subdivision agreement approved 
by the City Solicitor and all other documents 
approved by the City Solicitor required to 
implement the provisions of the subdivision 
agreement and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of zoning 
By-law 262-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 56 
83 (part of Lot 15, Concession 9, N.D., in the 
geographic Township of Toronto Gore). 


* 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


F 3. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 02 RE: SNELGROVE SECONDARY PLAN REVIEW 


(BY-LAW 263-89). File: 19.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 02 re: 
Snelgrove Secondary Plan Review, be received, 
and: 


THAT Council enact By-law 263-89 being a by-law 
to adopt Amendment Number 170 and Amendment 
Number 170A the Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT staff be directed to submit the official 
plan amendment to the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs for approval. 


F 5. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 10 
04 RE: NORTON PLACE PARK. File: 7.1.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 10 04 re: Norton 
Place Park, be received and; 


THAT Council approve the amount of 53,727.00 
payable to Moses Nathan, 714923 Ontario Ltd., 
for the installation of the 1.2m (4') black 
vinyl chain link fence along the west property 
limit of the land part of Block L, Plan 895, as 
shown on the attached sketch, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer 
$3,727.00 from reserve fund #23 to the Capital 
Fund (account 22.376.0300). 


F 6. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 10 
04 RE: KENNEDY ESTATE SUBDIVISION PHASE 3, OPEN 
SPACE BLOCK 317. File: 7.1.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 10 04 re: Kennedy 
Estate Subdivision Phase 3, Open Space Block 
317, be received and; 


THAT the low bid of $53,635.64 be awarded to 
Timbergate Engineering for the construction of 
the City's portion of park development works at 
Kennedy-Fendley Phase III, which includes tree 
planting, walkway installation and playground 
surface installation. 


F 7. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 06 RE: CITY SOUTH LIMITED, PART OF LOT 
14, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. File: T1W14.4/SP88 
153 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 06 re: 
City South Limited, Part of Lot 14, Concession 
1, W.H.S., be received, and; 


THAT staff be directed to have the landscape 
plans for the City South Plaza revised to show 
the deletion of the 1.8 metre high evercrete 
wall and the inclusion of a row of 1.8 metre 
high coniferous trees planted 3.7 metre on 
centre for the entire length of the lot abutting 


the Peel Regional Police property. 


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J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 09 21 RE: APPEAL BY GRAYWOOD 
DEVELOPMENTS LTD., 70 BRAMALEA ROAD TO PERMIT 
THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEIGHBOURHOOD SHOPPING 
CENTRE. File: 7.1.6 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 09 
21 re: Appeal by Graywood Developments Ltd., 70 
Bramalea Road to permit the construction of a 
Neighbourhood Shopping Centre, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton's position. 


HONOURABLE WILLIAM WRYE, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 09 26 RE: ATR BRAKE 
ENDORSEMENT PROGRAM. File: 7.2.47 


RECOMMENDATION 
THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 
William Wrye, Minister, Ministry of 
Transportation dated 1989 09 26 re: Air Brake 
Endorsement Program, be received. 


ROBERT F. NIXON, TREASURER OF ONTARIO DATED 1989 
09 28 RE: IMPACT OF THE COMMERCIAL 

CONCENTRATION TAX ON MUNICIPALITIES IN THE 
GREATER TORONTO AREA. File: 7.1.2 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from Robert F. Nixon, 
Treasurer of Ontario dated 1989 09 28 re: 
Impact of the Commercial Concentration Tax on 
Municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area, be 
received, and; 


THAT this correspondence be referred to staff 
for a report. 


JAMES J. YARROW, CHATRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 
1989 09 26 RE: REHABILITATION OF HUTTONVILLE 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER PROJECT. File: 26.89 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from James J. Yarrow, 
Chairman, Brampton Hydro dated 1989 09 26 re: 
Rehabilitation of Huttonville Hydro-Electric 
Power Project, be received. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


Se 
CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


* M 1. REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL MINUTES FOR THE 
MEBTING HEED 1989 09 14, Files 6.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality 
of Peel meeting held 1989 09 14 be received. 


* N 1. CONTRACT 89-46 - BRAMALEA COMMUNITY PARK 
SPORTSFIELD LIGHTING. File: 24.42.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-42 - Bramalea Community Park 
Sportsfield Lighting be awarded to Tristar 
Electric Inc. in the total amount of $133,770.00 
(One Hundred & Thirty Three Thousand, Seven 
Hundred & Seventy Dollars) being the lowest 
acceptable bid received. 


* N 2. CONTRACT 89-49 - SUPPLY & DELIVERY OF LIQUID 
PROPANE (MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL) AND RENTAL OF 
DISPENSING EQUIPMENT. File: 24.49.89 


RECOMMENDATION 
THAT Contract 89-49 - Supply & Delivery of 
Liquid Propane (Motor Vehicle Fuel) and rental 


of Dispensing Equipment be awarded to I1.C.G. 
Propane for the supply of propane including the 
supply of storage tanks and dispensing equipment 
at the unit price of $.1940 per litre, being the 
lowest acceptable bid received. 


CARRIED 


E. DELEGATIONS 
E 1. DEBORAH HARRON CANADA POST RE: POSTAL SERVICE 
IN CANADA. File: 7.2.22 


Mr. Bill Robertson, Director of Collection and 
Delivery, York Division, spoke on behalf of Ms. 
Harron. He outlined the current services to the 
public and answered questions of Council 
regarding the Post Office at City Hall. 


C459-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the delegation from Bill Robertson, 
Director of Collection, Canada Post re: Postal 
Service in Canada, be received. 


CARRIED 


E 2. LIZ JONES RE: NATIONAL DENTAL HYGIENE WEEK. 
File: 7.2.52 


Ms. Jones did not appear before Council. 


C460-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the correspondence from Liz Jones re: 
National Dental Hygiene Week, be received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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E 3. TOMMY BURNS RE: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S PROPOSED 
CUTS OF $1.3 BILLION IN THE UNEMPLOYMENT 
INSURANCE PROGRAM. File: 21.89 


Mr. Burns appeared before Council asking for 
support and passage of a proposed motion seeking 
Council's support in the Federal cutbacks in 
Unemployment Insurance benefits. He outlined 
his concerns about the Federal Government and 
it's social programs. 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS PRESENTED: 


Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the delegation from Tommy Burns re: 
Federal Government's proposed cuts of $1.3 
Billion in the Unemployment Insurance Program, 
be received. and; 


WHEREAS the federal government 
of $1.3 billion in the Unemployment 
(UL) Program; 


has proposed cuts 
Insurance 


ct ct 


AND WHEREAS the government also proposed to 
eliminate its share of U.I. financing; 


AND WHEREAS these cutbacks will reduce the 

maximum duration of U.I. benefits, increase 
entrance requirements, and penalize those who 
leave a job without just cause; 


AND WHEREAS these cuts in U.I. benefits will 
force more unemployed Canadians to rely on 
provincial and municipal social assistance; 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of 
Brampton go on record to condemn the planned 
cutbacks in U.I. benefits; 


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Brampton 
convey our concerns to the Prime Minister Brian 
Mulroney, the Finance Minister Michael Wilson 
and the Minister of Employment and Immigration 
Barbara McDougall, and; 


BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the City of Brampton 
urge its residents to write to our M.P. John 

McDermid and M.P. Harry Chadwick and ask that 

these measures be withdrawn. 


COUNCIL SPLIT THE MOTION AND VOTED ON IT SEPARATELY AS 
FOLLOWS: 


RECOMMENDATION 'A' 


C461-89 Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the delegation from Tommy Burns re: 
Federal Government's proposed cuts of $1.3 
Billion in the Unemployment Insurance Program, 
be received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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RECOMMENDATION 'B' 
C462-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the delegation from Tommy Burns re: 
Federal Government's proposed cuts of $1.3 
Billion in the Unemployment Insurance Program, 
be received, and; 


WHEREAS the federal government 
of $1.3 billion in the Unemployment 
(UI) program; 


has proposed cuts 
Insurance 


AND WHEREAS the government also proposed to 
eliminate its share of U.I. financing; 


AND WHEREAS these cutbacks will reduce the 

maximum duration of U.I. benefits, increase 
entrance requirements, and penalize those who 
leave a job without just cause; 


AND WHEREAS these cuts in U.I. benefits will 
force more unemployed Canadians to rely on 
provincial and municipal social assistance; 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of 
Brampton go on record to condemn the planned 
cutbacks in U.I. benefits; 


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Brampton 
convey our concerns to the Prime Minister Brian 
Mulroney, the Finance Minister Michael Wilson 
and the Minister of Employment and Immigration 
Barbara McDougall. 


LOST 


E 4. COLIN F. SALDANFIA M.D RE: PASSAGE OF A MISSION 
(OR MANDATE STATEMENTS AS A GUIDING PRINCIPLE 
FOR THE FORMATION OF A "BRAMPTON COMMUNITY AND 
RACE RELATIONS COMMITTEES". File: 7.1.2 


Savita Junnarkav appeared on behalf of Mr. 
Saldanha who outlined the request for mission 
statement and the need for a "Brampton Community 
and Race Relations Committee". 


C463-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the delegation from Colin F. Saldanha, M.D. 
re: Passage of a Mission (or Mandate) statement 
as a guiding principle for the formation of a 
"Brampton Community and Race Relations 
Committee" be received, and; 


THAT Council resolves, for the good of all 
citizens, of the City of Brampton, to: 


promote and foster respect, understanding and 
co-operation amongst all citizens, and; 


respond to significant changes in the ethnic 
racial and cultural composition of the community 
and; 


provide leadership and set an example in the 
community through its policies and programs, and: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Co 


uncil 


endorse, 


in principle, 


the formation 


of the 


"Brampton Community and Race Relations Committee 
(BC sRaRee i. 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM AF104-89 AS 


AF104-89 


CARRIED 


FOLLOWS: 


DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES DATED 1989 09 28 RE 
BRAMPTON COMMUNITY AND RACK RELATIONS 


COMMITTEE 


the October 


1th, 


"THAT the matter be deferred to 


1989 meeting of City Council." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C464 -89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the report from the Director of Human 
Resources dated 1989 09 28 re: Brampton 
Community and Race Relations, be received, and; 
THAT the following clauses be referred to the 
1990 Budget debates: 
the Administration and Finance Committee 
endorse the formation of the Brampton 
Community and Race Relations Committee. 
2 that City staff be authorized to apply 
to the Ministry of Citizenship for a 
grant to assist in the initial formation 
of this committee. 
ot the Administration and Finance Committee 
recommends the expenditure of funds to 
assist the Brampton Community and Race 
Relations Committee subject to Council 
consideration during 1990 budget 
deliberations. 
CARRIED 
E 5. MARTA CERNY RE: WASTE MANAGEMENT. File: 7.2.54 
Mr. Lou Massi spoke on behalf of Ms. Cerny, 


VI Rate Payers Association. 
prepared statement which was filed with the 
Mayor and Clerk. 


C465-89 


LARRY ZACHER RE: 
PREVENTION 
PREVENTION 


Mr. 


Committee, 


He read from a 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the delegation 


and the item be dealt with at 
Council meeting of October 16, 


COMMITTEE TO 
ASSOCIATION". 


Trevor Jones, 


from Lou 


Massi be received 


Chairman, 
spoke on behalf of Mr. 


the Special 
1989. 


CARRIED 


NAME CHANGE OF VANDALISM 
"BRAMPTON CRIME 
File: 


7.2.37 


Vandalism Prevention 


Zacher. He 


Site 


outlined various programs and the support 
received for the Vandalism Prevention Committee 
and in conclusion outlined the request for the 
name change. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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C466-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the delegation from Trevor Jones re: Name 
change of Vandalism Prevention Committee to 
"Brampton Crime Prevention Association", be 
received, and; 


THAT Council approves the name change to 
"Brampton Crime Prevention Association". 


CARRIED 


E 7. BRAMPTON 14TH AND 6TH DISTRICT BOY SCOUTS RE: 
DECLARATION OF OCTOBER 21 1989 AS APPLE DAY IN 
BRAMPTON. File: 7.2.26 


A representative from the Brampton District Boy 
Scouts addressed Council regarding the 
declaration of "Apple Day" in Brampton. 


C467-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the delegation from the Brampton District 
Boy Scouts. be received and: 


THAT Mayor Whillans declare October 21st, 1989 
as Apple Day in Brampton. 


CARRIED 
Bee REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


* F 1. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 02 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 15, CONCESSION 8, N.D., WARD 
10, E. EMANUELE, REGION OF PEEL FILE 217T-83037B 
(BY-LAW 261-89). File: C8E15.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


* F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 02 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED 
SUBDIVISION APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY- 
LAW, PART OF LOT 15, CONCESSION 9, N.D., WARD 
10, ELISA DESANTE, REGION OF PEEL FILE 21T- 
88010B (BY-LAW 262-89). File: C9E15.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


* F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 02 RE: SNELGROVE SECONDARY PLAN REVIEW 
{BY-LAW 263-89). File: 19.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89 


F 4. DIRECTOR OF TRANSIT DATED 1989 10 04 RE: FARE 
INTEGRATION AGREEMENT WITH GO TRANSIT (BY-LAW 
264-89). File: 7.1.9 


C468-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Director of Transit 
dated 1989 10 04 re: Fare Integration Agreement 
with Go Transit, be received, and; 


G. 


Gil. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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THAT Council enact By-law 264-89 being a by-law 
to authorize the execution of an agreement with 
the Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority. 


CARRIED 


F 5. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 10 
Q4 RE: NORTON PLACE PARK. File: 7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


F 6. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 10 
Q4 RE: KENNEDY ESTATE SUBDIVISION PHASE 3, OPEN 
SPACE BLOCK 317. File: 7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


F 7. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 06 RE: CITY SOUTH LIMITED PART OF LOT 

14, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. File: T1W14.4/SP88 
153 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 
COMMITTEE REPORTS 


REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 10 02. File: 7.1 


C469-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


AF103-89 


Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 10 02, be approved 
as printed and circulated after extracting 
motion AF104-89, which was dealt with under 
Delegation Item E4 and motion AF103-89 which was 
dealt with separately. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL EXTRACTED MOTION AF103-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


COUNCILLOR ROBERTSON RE "CONTINUOUS SERVICE" 
CONCEPT FOR COUNCIL 


"THAT the long service of an individual be 
recognized (in principle) for council or staff 
and that applications come before the 
Administration and Finance Committee on an 
individual basis." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C470-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the long service of an individual Council 
member be recognized whether continuous or 
interrupted. and; 


THAT applications for such come before the 
Administration and Finance Committee on an 
individual basis. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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G 2. REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

DATED 1989 10 02. File: 7.1.4 

C471-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 
THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 10 02, be approved as 
Printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 

H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 

Ts CORRES PONDENCE 

a Il. J. G. MALCOLM SECRETARY ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1959 09 21 RE: APPEAL BY GRAYWOOD 


DEVELOPMENTS LTD., 70 BRAMALEFA ROAD TO PERMIT 
THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEIGHBOURHOOD SHOPPING 
CENTRE. File: 7.1.6 


I 2. SIGRID RICHTER DATED 1989 09 21 RE: QUEEN 


SQUARE PARKING LOT CONSTRUCTION. File: 7.2.18 


C472-89 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the correspondence from Sigrid Richter 
dated 1989 09 21 re: Queen Square Parking Lot 
Construction be received. and; 


THAT the site be posted with a sign stating the 
nature of the project, the anticipated 
commencement date and comPletion date. 


CARRIED 


I 3. RABBI LOUIS LANDER UNDATED RE: PROCLAMATION OF 
SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1989 AS "HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE 


DAY" 


IN BRAMPTON. File: 7.2.26 


C473-89 


C474-89 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the correspondence from Rabbi Louis Lander 
undated re: Proclamation of Sunday, April 22, 
1990 as "Holocaust Remembrance Day", in 
Brampton, be received, and; 


THAT the Mayor proclaim Sunday, April 22nd, 1990 
as "Holocaust Remembrance Day", in Brampton. 


CARRIED 


RETA THWAITES HOMEMAKER MANAGER THE CANADIAN 
RED CROSS SOCIETY DATED 1989 09 14 RE: 


PERMISSION TO HANG BANNER ACROSS QUEEN STREET IN 
DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON. File: 7.1.7 


Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the correspondence from Reta Thwaites, 
Homemaker Manager, The Canadian Red Cross 
Society dated 1989 09 14 re: Permission to hang 
Banner across Queen Street in Downtown Brampton, 
be received, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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THAT the request be approved subject to the 
usual approvals from City staff and the 
appropriate agencies, and; 


THAT the banner not be hung on the CNR 


bridge(s). 
CARRIED 
7 I 5. HONOURABLE WILLIAM WRYE, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 


TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 09 26 RE: ATR BRAKE 
ENDORSEMENT PROGRAM. File: 7.2.47 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89 


i I 6. ROBERT F. NIXON, TREASURER OF ONTARIO DATED 1989 
09 28 RE: IMPACT OF THE COMMERCIAL 
CONCENTRATION TAX ON MUNICIPALITIES IN THE 
GREATER TORONTO AREA. File: 7.1.2 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


ss I 7. JAMES J. YARROW, CHAIRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 
1989 09 26 RE: REHABILITATION OF HUTTONVILLE 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER PROJECT. File: 26.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


J. RESOLUTIONS - NIL 

Ry NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

Tis, PETITIONS - NIL 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 

* M 1. REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL MINUTES FOR THE 


MEETING (HELD: 198900 Wd Pale: 16. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


M 2. TRI-MUNICIPAL COMMITTER MINUTES FOR THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 09 08. File: 7.2.34 


C475-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the minutes from the Tri-Municipal 
Committee meeting held 1989 09 08, be received. 


CARRIED 


M 3. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MINUTES FOR THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 09 18. File: 16.3 


C476-89 Moved by Councillor Begley 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the minutes from the Board of Management, 
Downtown Brampton Business Improvement Area 
meeting held 1989 09 18, be received. 


CARRIED 


C477-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 8, MEETING 
HELD 1989 09 14. File: 16.2 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 8, meeting held 1989 09 14, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 5. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 10, MEETING 
HELD 19eO. OO 1S Paes « Vee? 


C478-89 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 10, meeting held 1989 09 13, be 
received, and; 


THAT the following, Item 5, be referred to staff 
for a report to the Ward 10 C.A.C.: 


"The possibility of extending the 60 kph zone to 
Beamish Ct., on the Gore Rd. should be studied 
by the City. ... There are also problems with 
drag racing and dirt bikes in the area. The 
consensus was increased visibility and more 
radar enforcement by Peel Regional Police in the 
Area. 


CARRIED 


M 6. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 11, MEETING 
HELD 1989 06 14. File: 16.2 


C479-89 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 11, meeting held 1989 06 14, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


N. TENDERS 


i N Ls 


as N 2. 


CONTRACT 89-46 - BRAMALEA COMMUNITY PARK 
SPORTSFIELD LIGHTING. File: 24.24.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89. 


CONTRACT 89-49 - SUPPLY & DELIVERY OF LIQUID 
PROPANE (MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL) AND RENTAL. OF 


DISPENSING EQUIPMENT. File: 24.49.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C458-89 


O. BY-LAWS 


C480-89 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT By-laws 257-89 to 264-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 10 11 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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257-89 To establish certain lands as parts 
of public highways (Delta park 
Boulevard, et al). 


258-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
placement of ALL WAY STOPS on 
Laurelcrest at Lorraine and 
Windmill at Kingknoll. 


259-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
placement of ONE WAY TRAFFIC on 
Scott Street/Woodward Avenue. 


260-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
placement of parking restrictions 
on Major Oaks Drive and Byng 
Avenue. 


261-89 To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 
15, Concession 8, N.D., in the 
geographic Township of Toronto 
Gore). 


262-89 To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 
15, Concession 9, N.D., in the 
geographic Township of Toronto 
Gore). 


263-89 To adopt Amendment Number 170 and 
Amendment Number 170A the Official 
Plan of the City of Brampton 
Planning Area. 


264-89 To authorize the execution of an 
agreement with the Toronto Area 
Transit Operating Authority. 


Pi "IN CAMERA" ITEM - LITIGATION MATTER. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS A 
LITIGATION MATTER. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF 
THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY 
QUT TIE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" 
IN THE LITIGATION MATTER. 


C481-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT By-law 265-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 09 11 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 
thereto. 


CARRIED 


265-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 10 11. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 11 


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Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C482-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, October 23rd, 1989 or at the call of 
the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:45 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 10 16 AT 5:40 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Councillor F. Andrews (arrived 5:57 p.m.) 
Councillor R. Begley 
Counc) or EB. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak (arrived 6:28 p.m.) 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
ABSENT 
Mayor K. Whillans (vacation) 
Alderman P. Beisel (vacation) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 10 
16. 
C483-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 
THAT the Agenda for the Special Council meeting 
dated 1989 10 16, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 
CARRIED 
Bs CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 
Cs REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
C 1. CITY SOLICITOR RE: REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. 


Palet? De2eo4 


COUNCIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" TO DISCUSS THE MATTER. UPON MOVING OUT 
OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" STAFF WERE 
INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE 
MATTER. 


COUNCIL ROSE AND CONTINUED WITH THE ORDER OF THE 
AGENDA. 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 16 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTIONS WERE PRESENTED: 


C484-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the City allocate an amount of money to be 
determined by staff to the investigation for the 
studing Site VIB in conjunction with local 
residents knowledge. 


CARRIED 


C485-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the City Solicitor dated 
1989 10 13 re: Regional Landfill Site, be 
received, and; 


THAT the Region be advised that the City 
supports Site VIB as a GTA contingency landfill 
Site in principle, subject to the following 
conditions 


ole THAT the City reserves the right to 
assess for itself the safety of Site VIB 
and to object to the approval of any 


landfill at Site VIB before the 
Environmental Assessment Board on any 
hearing conducted pursuant to the terms 
of the Environmental Protection Act. 


2. THAT the City of Mississauga amend its 
zoning by-law to allow for the continued 
use of the Britannia landfill site up to 


the approved contours contemplated by 
the agreement dated October 11, 1977 
between the Region and Mississauga. 


3% THAT the Region enter into an agreement 

with the City in a form satisfactory to 
the City which provides for the 
discontinuance of Site VIB by no later 
than December 31, 1996, the abandonment 
of Site VIA as a future sanitary 
landfill site, the phasing of the use 
of Site VIB from south to north, the 
approval by the City of future after-use 
and design of Site VIB, the conveyance 
of Site VIB to the City for a nominal 
consideration after the landfill use is 
discontinued and the approved after-use 
facilities are in place, the approval by 
the City of all haul routes in the City, 
the upgrading of the approved haul 
routes at the expense of the Region, and 
other matters considered necessary by 
the City to implement the City's 


conditions for its support of Site VIB 
as a GTA contingency landfill site. 
4. THAT the Region withdraw all landfill 


related objections and deferral requests 
with respect to the City's Official Plan 
No. 149 (Sandringham-Wellington 
Secondary Plan). 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 16 


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On THAT the Region rescind all motions 
which would have the effect of deferring 
development of any part of the 
Sandringham-Wellington Secondary Plan 
area for landfill related reasons. 


6. THAT the Region amend its proposed 
Official Plan to coincide with the terms 
of the aforesaid agreement. 


Wg THAT in the event that conditions 1 to 6 
are complied with, that the City's and 
Region's Official Plans are amended to 
reflect that Site VIB represents the 
City's only landfill site obligation. 


FURTHER THAT City staff be authorized to 
negotiate the foregoing agreement with the 
Region, and; 


THAT City Planning staff be directed to prepare 
a report regarding amendments to the City's 


Official Plan to complement the agreement with 
the Region. 


C486-89 


CARRIED 


Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the Council of the City of Brampton 
continue to protect the Mayfield aquafir from 


possible contamination by engaging a consultant 
to study Site VIB. 


CARRIED 


D. BY-LAWS 


C487-89 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT By-law 266-89 as listed on the Special 


Council meeting agenda dated 1989 10 16 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
266-89 To confirm the proceedings of the 
Special Council meeting held 1989 
10.156. 
Ey ADJOURNMENT 
C488-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 

THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, October 23, 1989 or at the call of 
the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 16 


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THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:40 P.M. 


JOHN HUTTON ACTING MAYOR 


R. DAVID TUFTS ACTING CLERK 


UFTS / ACTING CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 


OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 10 23 AT 7:30 P.M. 


IN THE 


COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
ABSENT 
Mayor Whillans (vacation) 
Councillor R. Begley (other municipal business) 
Alderman L. Bissell (other municipal business) 
Alderman P. Palleschi (other municipal business) 
Alderman G. Miles (other municipal business) 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 10 23. 
C489-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 
THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 10 23, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 
ee ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING 1989 10 
11 
C490-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded by Alderman 


THAT the Minutes of 


held 


1989 10 


Ludlow 


11, be approved as prin 


circulated. 


CARRIED 


the Regular Council Meeting 
ted and 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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C 2. MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING 1989 10 
16. 


C491-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting 
held 1989 10 16, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 
D. CONSENT MOTION 


C492-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 


* F 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 17 RE: LANDSCAPE BUFFER AREAS IN 
RESIDENTIAL REAR YARDS, KENNEDY ROAD AND BOVATRD 


DRIVE, WARD 1 (BY-LAW 269-89 AND BY-LAW 267-89) 
File: 19.66 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 17 re: 
Landscape Buffer Areas in Residential Rear 

Yards, Kennedy Road and Bovaird Drive, Ward 1, 
be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 269-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 861 (former geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy), -and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 267-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 151-88 (former geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


* F 3. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 12 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF BLOCK 6, PLAN 43M-680, WARD 10, 


WESTMARK TRUCK CENTRES (BY-LAW 268-89). File: 
C7E2.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 198 10 12 re: 
Application to Amend the Zoning By-law, Part of 
Block 6, Plan 43M-680, Ward 10, Westmark Truck 
Centres, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the execution of the 
enactment of By-law 268-89 being a by-law to 
amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 2, Concession 7, 
Northern Division in the geographic Township of 
Toronto Gore). 


* 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


F 5 COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 05 RE: REQUEST FOR AMENDMENT TO 

SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT BLOCK 62, PLAN 43M-929, 

WARD 2, DEXFIELD INVESTMENTS INC. File: 

C2E11.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 

Planning and Development dated 1989 10 05 re: 
Request for Amendment to Subdivision Agreement 
Block 62, Plan 43M-929, Ward 2, Dexfield 
Investments Inc.. be received. and: 


THAT City Council amend Schedule G, Part 1 of 
the Subdivision Agreement respecting Plan 43M- 
929 between Dexfield Investments Inc., the City 

of Brampton and the Regional Municipality of 

Peel by deleting reference to Block 62 upon 
approval of the minor variance application. 


F 6. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 10 18 RE: ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION (BRAMALEA 
BRANCH) PARADE NOVEMBER 5, 1989. File: 
Ve2e20/ 7s La 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 10 18 re: Royal 
Canadian Legion (Bramalea Branch) Parade, 

November 5, 1989, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve of this event, and; 


THAT the Public Works Department be instructed 
to issue a Road Occupancy Permit for the portion 


of the parade occurring on City roadways - Team 
Canada Drive, Peel Centre Drive and Central Park 
Drive. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 10 17 RE: SIGNAL OPTIMIZATION CONSULTANT 
SELECTION. File: 7.1.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 10 17, re: Signal 
Optimization Consultant Selection, be received, 
and; 


THAT Delcan Consulting Engineers and Planners be 
hired to assist in the preparation of traffic 
Signal optimization plans at an upset limit of 
$30,000.00 (515,000.00 recoverable from the 
Ministry of Transportation of Ontario). 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 16, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW PART OF LOT 16 CONCESSTON 9 N.D. WARD 

NUMBER 10, CECI ET AL (BY-LAW 270-89). File: 
C9E16.1 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 16, re: 
Application to Amend the Zoning By-law, Part of 
Lot 16, Concession 9, N.D., Ward Number 10, Ceci 
et al, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 270-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 16, 
Concession 9, N.D., in the geographic Township 
of Toronto Gore). 


i I 2 WILLIAM HUTTON CHATRMAN OF THE BOARD CANADIAN 
LACROSSE ASSOCIATION DATED 1989 10 12 RE: CITY 
COUNCIL RESOLUTION. File: 7.1.4 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from William Hutton, 
Chairman of the Board, Canadian Lacrosse 
Association dated 1989 10 12 re: City Council 
Resolution, be received. 


I 3. HONOURABLE WILLIAM WRYE, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 10 02 RE: C.P. RAIL'S 
PROPOSED VAUGHAN TRUCKING TERMINAL ADJACENT TO 
HIGHWAY 50. File: 7.2 47 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable 
William Wrye, Minister, Ministry of 
Transportation dated 1989 10 02 re: C.P. Rail's 
proposed Vaughan Trucking Terminal adjacent to 
Highway 50. be received. 


I 4. ROSS SNETSINGER DATED 1989 10 02 RE: UPGRADING 
OF THE RAIL ROUTE THROUGH BRAMPTON. File: 7.2.28 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Ross Snetsinger 
dated 1989 10 02 re: Upgrading of the Rail 
Route through Brampton, be received. 


I 6. LILA PARKER, VOLUNTEER, FOOD IRRADIATION ALERT 
DATED 1989 10 O07 RE: PROTECTION TO CONSUMERS 
FROM THE INHERENT DANGERS OF FOOD EXPOSED TO 
GAMMA RADIATION. File: 7.1.2 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Lila Parker, 
Volunteer, Food Irradiation Alert dated 1989 10 
O07 re: Protection to consumers from the 
inherent dangers of food exposed to gamma 
radiation, be received. 


I 7. WILLIAM POLAND, POPPY C ATRMAN, THE ROYAL 
CANADIAN LEGION, BRANCH 609 UNDATED RE: ANNUAL 
POPPY CAMPAIGN - NOVEMBER 1 1989 TO NOVEMBER 
11, 1989 INCLUSIVE. File: 7.2.26.3 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from William Poland, 
Poppy Chairman, The Royal Canadian Legion, 
Branch 609 undated re: Annual Poppy Campaign 
November 1, 1989 to November 11, 1989, 
inclusive. be received, and; 


THAT the Mayor proclaim the period from November 
1, 1989 to November 11, 1989, inclusive, as 
"Poppy Week" in the City of Brampton. 


I 8. RONALD J. ELLETT, DEPUTY CLERK, CITY OF ORILLIA 
DATED 1989 10 13 RE: BILINGUALISM RESOLUTION. 
File: 7.2.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Ronald J. Ellett, 
Deputy Clerk, City of Orillia dated 1989 10 13 
re: Bilingualism Resolution, be received. 


T12 ALLARD W. VAN VEEN, NATIONAL PRESIDENT, PITCH-IN 
ONTARIO DATED 1989 10 10 RE: PITCH-IN WEEK 
1990. File 7.2.26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Allard W. Van Veen, 
National President, Pitch-In Ontario dated 1989 
10 10, re: Pitch-In Week 1990, be received, 
and: 


THAT the correspondence be referred to the 
Recycling Committee. 


N 1. CONTRACT 89-53 - SUPPLY OF UP TO THREE (3) ONLY 
SINGLE AXLE AND TWO (2) ONLY TANDEM AXLE CAB AND 


CHASSIS C/W SANDER BODIES (OPERATED). File: 
24.53.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-53 be awarded as follows: 


Single Axle Trucks c/w 4 1/2 cu. yd. sander 
hopper. 


1 Unit - M. green Haulage & Excavation, in 
the amount of $50.00/day standby 
and $40.00/hour working. 


2 Units - Mirado Construction Company 
Limited, in the amount of 
$70.00/day standby each and 
$70.00/hour working each. 


Tandem Axle Trucks, c/w 8 cu. yd. sander hopper. 


2 Units - Mirado Construction Company Limited 
in the amount of $90.00/day standby 
each and $90.00/hour working each. 


- all being the lowest acceptable bids received. 


N 2. CONTRACT 89-03 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 
THREE (3) ONLY PARK VEHICULAR BRIDGES. File: 24.03.89 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Con 
Three (3) 
to Maple Engi 
Limited in th 
Si130;,-3 
Three Hundred and Ten 


Crac 


e tot 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


10.00 (One Hundred an 


Do 


6 


ad Thirt 
ars) 


stal 


construction work, in 
contingencies, and th 
process be waived and 


Services be authorized to purchase 
t of $81,675.00 
Incorporated, 
tributor of these bridges, 


in the amount 
Playground Equipment 
sole dist 


at 


iat A 


th 


for 
lation of 
e formal 
the Manager of 


from Pari 


t 89-03 - Supply and Installation of 
only Park Vehicular Bridges be awarded 

neering and Construct 
tal revised amount of 


Lion Canada 


ty Thousand, 

the 

the bridges and 
tender 

Supply and 

e bridges 

Ss 

o is the 

d; 


th 


wh 
an 


the City Treasurer 


tal Fund (A/C 


- SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF COARSE 


THAT City Council authorize 
to transfer $90,000.00 from Reserve Fund #18 
(Future Construction) to the Capit 
22.376.4000). 
CONTRACT 89-52 
BULK HIGHWAY SALT. File: 24.52.89 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-52 - Supply and Ins 
Coarse Bulk Highway Salt be awarded 
lt Company Limited, 

(Three Hundred and Sevent 
being the lowes 


Canadian Sal 
$375,000.00 
Thousand Dollars), 
bid received. 


CONTRACT 89-48 


SPORTSFIELD LIGHTING. 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Cont 


Fil 


Ueadat 
amount 


E Of 8190)500.00 


Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars) 


acceptable bid receiv 


CONTRACT 89-50 


in 


e: 24.48 


talla 
to The 
the amount of 
ty-Five 
table 


tion of 


t accept 


- MGS LANDS PARK AND ATRPORT PARK 


89 


tract 89-48 - MGS Lands Park and Airport 
Park Sportsfield Lighting be awarded to Kel 
ty Contractors Incorporated in the total 


Lmar 


(One Hundred and Ninety 


ed. 


- SUPPLY OF UP TO TEN 


bein 


g the lowest 


10) ONLY 


ARTICULATED LOADERS 4 WHEEL DRIVE, 100 H.P., 


RUBBER TIRED WITH 1 
12 FOOT SNOW BLADES 
File: 24.50.89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-50 - Supply of Up to Ten 


only Articulated Load 
AePissy 
and/or 12 
operated) 


Foot 


3 units 


3/4 CU. 


YD. 


BUCKETS AND/OR 


QPERATED AND UN-OPERATED) . 


ers, 


4 Wheel 


Rubber Tired with 1 3/4 Cu. 
Snow Blades 
be awarded as follows: 


Graham Brothers Const 
Limited in the amount 
per day standby each and $60 


(Operated and Un 


(10) 
Drive, 100 
Yd. Buckets 


truction 
EOF -S10 


0.00 
.00 per 


hour working each, being the lowest 


acceptable bid received, 


and the 


additional loaders required be re 
tendered using revised 


specifications, and; 


THAT this contract be awarded subject to Ontario 
Municipal Board approval. 


CARRIED 


E. 


F. 


* 


1989 10 17 RE: LANDSCAPE BUFFER AREAS IN 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


oR) es 
DELEGATIONS - NIL 

REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 

Fo 1. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


RESIDENTIAL REAR YARDS, KENNEDY ROAD AND BOVATRD 


DRIVE, WARD 1 (BY-LAW 266-89 AND BY-LAW 267-89). 
File: 19.66 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


F 2. MANAGER, TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES DATED 1989 
10 11 RE: SANTA CLAUS PARADE - SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 
26, 1989... Files Tels7 


C493-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


F 


oe 


Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the report from the Manager, Traffic 
Engineering Services dated 1989 10 11 re: Santa 
Claus Parade - Sunday, November 26, 1989, be 
received. and; 


FURTHER THAT the Parade be approved as indicated 
in the staff report. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 12 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF BLOCK 6, PLAN 43M-680, WARD 10, 


WESTMARK TRUCK CENTRES (BY-LAW 268-89). File: 
C7E2.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


F 4. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 09 
27 RE: THE 1989 CITY OF BRAMPTON CITIZENS 
AWARDS (SPORTS ACHIEVEMENT, ARTS ACCLAIM, LONG 
TERM SERVICE, CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD AND 


SENIOR CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD). File: 7.1.4 


C494-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 

Community Services dated 1989 09 27 re: The 

1989 City of Brampton Citizens Awards (Sports 
Achievement, Arts Acclaim, Long Term Service, 
Citizen of the Year Award), be received, and; 


THAT Council approves the holding of the 1989 
Sports and Arts Awards on Tuesday, January 16th, 
1990, and the Citizens Civic Awards on Tuesday, 
January 23rd, 1990, and; 


FURTHER THAT the Chairman and members of the 
Community Services Committee be appointed as the 
Selection Committee for Sports and Arts Awards, 
and; 


FURTHER THAT the Citizens Civic Awards Committee 
be appointed in accordance with this report, 
and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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THAT the four Council members be appointed to 
the Selection Committee, who shall be as follows: 


Alderman Metzak 
Alderman Palleschi 
Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Gibson, and; 


BwoN tH 


FURTHER THAT Council approve a budget of 
$8,000.00 from the 1990 Council Account for 
these two award ceremonies. 


CARRIED 


* F 5. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 05 RE: REQUEST FOR AMENDMENT TO 
SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT BLOCK 62, PLAN 43M-929, 
WARD 2, DEXFIELD INVESTMENTS INC. File: C2E11.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


* F 6. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 10 18 RE: ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION (BRAMALEA 


BRANCH) PARADE NOVEMBER 5, 1989. File: 
LAP eos Tle T 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


* F 7. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 10 17 RE: SIGNAL OPTIMIZATION CONSULTANT 
SELECTION. File: 7.1.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


F 8. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 16, RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 16, CONCESSION 9, N.D., WARD 


NUMBER 10, CECI ET AND. (BY-LAWS 269-89 AND 270- 
89). File: C9E16.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


F 9. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 10 20 RE APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 27 
BLOCK A, PLAN BR-25, PART OF LOT 8, CONCESSION 


1, W.H.S., ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY (BY-LAW 271- 


89). File: C1W8.18 


C495-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 10 17 re: 
Application to amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 27, Block A, Plan BR 
25, Part of Lot 8, Concession 1, W.H.S., 
Elizabeth Fry Society, be received, and; 


THAT staff report to the Planning Committee 
regarding previous request of this type. 


CARRIED 


G. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 1. REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 10 
16. File: 7.1.6 


C496-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 


Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the report from the Planning Committee 
dated 1989 10 16, be approved as printed and 
circulated after extracting Item P209-89. 


CARRIED 


P209-89 BASTLE, CIADULLO, DIBENEDETTO - PART LOT 14, 


CON. 7, N.D. - WARD 10 FILE: C7E14.2 


"THAT the report dated 1989 10 06 re Draft Plan 
of Proposed Subdivision and Application to amend 
the Official Plan and Zoning By-law be received, 
and; 


1. The application to amend the Official 
Plan and Zoning By-law be refused; 


2: The proposed draft plan of subdivision, 
Region of Peel File: 21T-89013B, Our 
File: C7E14.2 is inappropriate, and; 


3's Staff be directed to advise the Region 
of Peel of City Council's decision 
regarding the draft plan of subdivision 
and the application to amend the 
Official Plan and Zoning By-law." 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C497-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 


H. 


Ti. 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


WHEREAS the lands west of Goreway were 
recommended by staff and Council for inclusion 
into the Estate Residential Area, 


WHEREAS this is the year for our Official Plan 
review, 


WHEREAS there are only a few lots (ER) for sale, 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT this application BASILE, 
Part Lot 14, Concession 7, Ward 10, be referred 
back to staff for reconsideration as a two acre 
lot subdivision. 


CARRIED 


UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


CORRES PONDENCE 


I 1. B. MacLEOD, CITY CLERK, CITY OF NORTH YORK DATED 
1989 10 10 RE: COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATION TAX 
NORTH YORK PARKING AUTHORITY FORWARDING A 


RESOLUTION FOR ENDORSEMENT BY COUNCIL. File: 


Pa Er 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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C498-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from B. MacLeod, City 
Clerk, City of North York dated 1989 10 10 re: 
Commercial Concentration Tax - North York 
Parking Authority forwarding a resolution for 
endorsement by Council, be received and 
ENDORSED. 


CARRIED 


I 2. WILLIAM HUTTON, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, CANADIAN 
LACROSSE ASSOCIATION DATED 1989 10 12 RE: CITY 
COUNCIL RESOLUTION. File: 7.1.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


I 3. HONOURABLE WILLIAM WRYE, MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION DATED 1989 10 02 RE: C.P. RAIL'S 
PROPOSED VAUGHAN TRUCKING TERMINAL ADJACENT TO 
HIGHWAY 50. File: 7.2 47 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


i I 4. ROSS SNETSINGER DATED 1989 10 02 RE: UPGRADING 
OF THE RAIL ROUTE THROUGH BRAMPTON. File: 
7.2.28 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


I 5. J.G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
DATED 1989 09 26 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR HEARING, 
PENNY FUELS INC. FOR CONSIDERATION OF A PROPOSED 
AMENDMENT TO THE OFFICIAL PLAN FOR THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON TO REDESIGNATE LANDS COMPRISED OF PART 
LOT 15, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. FROM AGRICULTURAL 

A) TO HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL (HC2) SPECIAL, TO 
PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CAR WASH, A SERVICE 
STATION AND RELATED USES. File: T1IW15.15 


C499-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the correspondence from J.G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 09 
26 re: Appointment for Hearing, Penny Fuels 
Inc. for consideration of a proposed amendment 
to the Official Plan for the City of Brampton to 
redesignate lands comprised of Part Lot 15, 
Concession 1, W.H.S. from Agricultural (A) to 
Highway Commercial (HC2) Special, to permit the 
construction of a car wash, a service station 
and related uses, be received, and; 


THAT staff report our position to our next 
meeting, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton's position. 


CARRIED 


I 6. LILA PARKER, VOLUNTEER, FOOD IRRADIATION ALERT 
DATED 1989 10 O07 RE: PROTECTION TO CONSUMERS FROM 
THE INHERENT DANGERS OF FOOD EXPOSED TO GAMMA 
RADIATION. File: 7.1.2 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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* I 7 WILLIAM POLAND POPPY CHAIRMAN THE ROYAL 
CANADIAN LEGION, BRANCH 609 UNDATED RE: ANNUAL 
POPPY CAMPAIGN - NOVEMBER 1, 1989 TO NOVEMBER 
11 1989 INCLUSIVE. File: 7.2.26.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


i I 8. RONALD J. ELLETT, DEPUTY CLERK, CITY OF ORILLIA 
DATED 1989 10 13 RE: BILINGUALISM RESOLUTION. 
File: 7.2.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


I 9. HAZEL McCALLION, MAYOR, CITY OF MISSISSAUGA 
DATED 1989 10 11 RE: SECTION 4(3) OF BILL 46 
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATION 
TAX. File: 7.1.2 


C500-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from Hazel McCallion, 
Mayor, City of Mississauga dated 1989 10 11 re: 
Section 4(3) of Bill 46, An Act to Establish 
Commercial Concentration Tax, be received and 
ENDORSED. 


CARRIED 


T10. ISOBEL S. McKAY DATED UNDATED RE: CAMELOT-ON- 
THE-PARK RETIREMENT COMPLEX. File: C1W2.8 


C501-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the correspondence from Isobel S. McKay 
undated re: Camelot-On-The-Park Retirement 
Complex, be received. 


CARRIED 


T11. BRIAN T. WALKER, PRESIDENT UALITY LIVING & 
MANAGEMENT INC. DATED 1989 10 06 RE: SMALL 
BUSINESS WEEK - OCTOBER 23RD - OCTOBER 27TH, 
1989. File: 7.2.26 


C502-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the correspondence from Brian T. Walker, 
President, Quality Living & Management Inc. 
dated 1989 10 06 re: Small Business Week 
October 23rd - October 27th, 1989, be received 
and ENDORSED. 


CARRIED 
* T12. ALLARD W. VAN VEEN, NATIONAL PRESIDENT, PITCH-IN 


ONTARIO DATED 1989 10 10, RE: PITCH-IN WEEK 
1990. File 7.2.26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


J. RESOLUTIONS - NIL 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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K. NOTICE OF MOTION 


K 1. COUNCILLOR CARTER PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING NOTICE 
QF MOTION FOR CONSIDERATION AT THE NEXT COUNCIL 
MEETING: 


WHEREAS many residential area designated single 
family homes are now suffering an ever 

increasing amount of illegal basement 

apartments, and; 


WHEREAS this puts an added strain on the City 

and Regional taxes as services are being 

provided to two families while taxes are only 
being paid for by one, and; 


WHEREAS many of these basement apartments are 

fire and safety hazards, which, should a 

fatality occur may involve the City in long and 
costly legal actions, and; 


WHEREAS the City's right to enter and inspect 
these illegal apartments is very limited, 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City ask the Province to 
provide legislation to give the City right of 
entry and inspection so that we can take the 
necessary action required for the safety of all 
residents, and a fair tax commitment from all 
residents. 


Ti, PETITIONS - NIL 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M1. MINUTES FROM THE CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, 
WARD 4, MEETING HELD 1989 09 21. File: 16.2 


C503-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 4, meeting held 1989 09 21, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 2. MINUTES FROM THE CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, 
WARD 6, MEETING HELD 1989 09 20. File: 16.2 


C504-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 6, meeting held 1989 09 20, be 
received, and; 


THAT Building and Bylaw Department look into 
item 5(g), and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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THAT the Region of Peel be requested to consider 
intersection lights on Steeles Avenue West of 
Heritage Road and in light of the letter from 
the School Trustee, Catherine Campbell - that 
the Region of Peel include in their 1990 budget 
the intersection improvements and right hand 
turn lane and intersection lights at Embleton 
Road and Mississauga Road. 


CARRIED 


M 3. MINUTES FROM THE CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
WARD 7, MEETING HELD 1989 06 28. File: 16.2 


C505-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


M 


C506-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


N. 


4. 


Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 7, meeting held 1989 06 28, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CHAIRMAN, STRATEGIC PLANNING STEERING COMMITTEER 
DATED 1989 10 19 RE: IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES 
OF THE COMMITTEE. File: 7.1.6 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Chairman, Strategic 
Planning Steering Committee dated 1989 10 19 re: 
Implementation Activities of the Committee, be 
received, and; 


THAT the action plans relative to the results of 
Strategic Planning be developed by the 
recommended subcommittees, and; 


THAT a report be tabled in early December 1989 
by the Strategic Planning Steering Committee co 
ordinating the efforts of the subcommittees 
which outline and recommend budget allocations 
for 1990, and: 


THAT an official "Launch" of the initiatives of 
the Strategic Plan be held on January 10th, 1990 
which will display the direction and commitment 
of the Process to create a better Brampton. 


CARRIED 
TENDERS 


N 1. CONTRACT 89-S3 - SUPPLY OF UP TO THREE (3) ONLY 
SINGLE AXLE AND TWO (2) ONLY TA DEM AXLE CAB AND 


CHASSIS C/W SANDER BODIES (OPERATED). File: 
24 253:89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 
N 2 CONTRACT 89-03 - SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 


THREE (3) ONLY PARK VEHICULAR BRIDGES. File: 
24.03.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


a N 5. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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CONTRACT 89-52 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF COARSE 
BULK HIGHWAY SALT. File: 24.52.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


CONTRACT 89-48 - MGS LANDS PARK AND AIRPORT PARK 
SPORTSFIELD LIGHTING. File: 24.48.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89. 


CONTRACT 89-50 - SUPPLY OF UP TO TEN (10) ONLY 


ARTICULATED LOADERS, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, 100 H.P., 
RUBBER TIRED WITH 1 3/4 CU. YD. BUCKETS AND/OR 


12 FOOT SNOW BLADES (QPERATED AND UN-OPERATED) . 


File: 


24.50.89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C492-89 


O. BY-LAWS 


C507-89 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT By-laws 267-89 to 272-89 as listed on the 


Council meeting agenda dated 1989 10 23 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
267-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (former 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 
268-89 To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 


2, Concession 7, Northern Division 
in the geographic Township of 
Toronto Gore). 


269-89 To amend By-law 861 (former 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 

270-89 To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lot 


16, Concession 9, N.D., in the 
geographic Township of Toronto 
Gore). 


271-89 To adopt Amendment Number 171 and 
Amendment Number 171A to the 
Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area. 


272-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 10 23. 


Bis ADJOURNMENT 


C508-89 


Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, November 13th, 1989 or at the call of 


the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 10 23 


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THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:59 P.M. 


JOHN HUTTON ACTING MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OFTHE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 11 02 AT 3:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE. BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews (arrived 3:40 p.m.) 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter (arrived 4:35 p.m.) 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 


Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 

Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 


ABSENT 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman D. Metzak 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 11 
Qi2s 


C509-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the Agenda for the Special Council meeting 
dated 1989 11 02, be approved as printed and 
circulated Amended. 
CARRIED 
AMENDMENT 


ADD: 


C 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT VERBAL 
REPORT REGARDING KODAK LANDS. File: 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 
Css REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


C l. CITY SOLICITOR RE: REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. 
File: G89P 


COUNCIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" TO DISCUSS THE MATTER. UPON MOVING OUT 
OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" STAFF WERE 
INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE 
MATTER. 


COUNCIL ROSE AND CONTINUED WITH THE ORDER OF THE 
AGENDA. 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 02 


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THE FOLLOWING MOTIONS WERE PRESENTED: 


C510-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the City Solicitor dated 
1989 11 02 re: Waste Management Update, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


C511-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the City shall retain ownership of the 
Landfill Site Lands after the site is closed. 


CARRIED 


C512-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT Item 4 or 5 be expanded to process and 
approve the Sandringham-Wellington Secondary 
Plan before the submission of Site 6B is made to 
the EPA. 


CARRIED 


C513-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


WHEREAS Brampton's O.P. states that it will 
provide the next landfill site in Peel; 


WHEREAS the proposed Site 6B is of comparable 
size to Britannia (200 acres) and it is 
projected to accommodate 3,200,000 tonnes of 
waste from all area municipalities in Peel over 
its lifetime; 


WHEREAS the proposed EFW plant in Brampton will 
be contributing to the reduction of Region-wide 
waste: 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Region of Peel accept 
the change in Brampton's O.P. to recognize it 
has fulfilled its Regional turn for waste 
disposal. 


CE oT 


CARRIED 


CS14-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


WHEREAS the G.T.A./MEGA solution to waste 
disposal will in all likelihood require transfer 
stations; 


BE IT RESOLVED and agreed by the Regional of 
Peel that the responsibility for selecting the 
site of such transfer stations be the sole 
jurisdiction of each area Municipality, while 
the costs for such facilities shall be the 
Region's or G.T.A. 


CARRIED 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCI 


L MINUTES 1989 11 02 


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C515-89 Moved by Councillor Robe 
Seconded by Alderman Spr 


WHEREAS Brampton agrees 


rtson 
ovieri 


it is desirable to 


protect a long term waste management strategy 


and that each area munic 
its share of waste dispo 
time; 


ipality should accept 
sal facilities over 


It is agreed that each area municipality shall 


protect its best long term site(s) for a Peel 


only solution which has been 


municipality then Brampton wi 


identified through 


the Master Plan process. However, if the long 
term sites are abandoned in any one area 


11 do likewise. 


C 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING 


CARRIED 


AND DEVELOPMENT VERBAL 


REPORT REGARDING KODAK LANDS. File: C1W9.10 


C516-89 The Commissioner of Planning and Development 
reported to Council on the status of the 
Official Plan Amendment before the Region of 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT Al Solski meet with 


Mr. Garrett re the 


Kodak Lands and assure him of our strategy to 
improve our industrial/residential ratio. 


D. BY-LAWS 


C517-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


CARRIED 


THAT By-law 273-89 as listed on the Special 


Council meeting agenda dated 


1989 11 02 be given 


the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 


Seal affixed thereto. 


273-89 To confirm the 


CARRIED 


proceedings of the 


Special Council meeting held 1989 


11 02 


E. ADJOURNMENT 


C518-89 Moved by Alderman Sprovieri 
Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT this Council do now 


adjourn to meet again 


on Monday, November 13, 1989 or at the call of 


the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 02 


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THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 4:45 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


PPRIOR TO THE START OF THE REGULAR MEETING, COUNCIL 
PRIOR TO THE START OF THE REGULAR MEETING, COUNCIL 
INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" AT 7:00 

TO DISCUSS A PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTER. 
MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA 
WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" IN THE 

AND LITIGATION MATTER. 


MOVED INTO 


GIVEN 
PROPERTY 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 


OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 11 13 AT 7:45 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, 
BRAMPTON. 
PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissel 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennel] 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 11 13. 
C519-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 
THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 11 13~ be approved as printed and 
circulated as amended. 
CARRIED 
AMENDMENTS 
ADD: 
EB. DELEGATIONS 
BE 3. JERRY EVANS RE: ILLEGAL BASEMENT APARTMENTS. 
File: G21G 
oar RESOLUTIONS 
J 2. ALDERMAN PALLESCHI RE: RESOLUTION REGARDING 
REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. File: G89P 
Kee NOTICE OF MOTION 
K 2. ALDERMAN LUDLOW RE: REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. 


File: G89P 


cle 


2 


ee 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


Lo OP wees 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


ALDERMAN GIBSON - ITEM CS090-89 - REQUEST FOR 
FREE USE OF TERRY MILLER RECREATION CENTRE - THE 


GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC COMPANY OF CANADA 
LIMITED - MONTE CARLO NIGHT FOR UNITED WAY 
AFFILIATED WITH THE UNITED WAY. 


ALDERMAN GIBSON - ITEM F9 - CITY BANKING SERVICE -_ 
PERCEPTION OF A CONFLICT AS A FORMER EMPLOYEE 
OF A BANKING INSTITUTION. 


ALDERMAN BISSELL - ITEMS E2, E3 AND Kl - ILLEGAL 
BASEMENT APARTMENTS - INVOLVED IN APPRAISAL 
BUSINESS. 


ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C 1. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
10 23. 


C520-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 


Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 10 23, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


C 2. MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
Pel 02% 


C521-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 


D. 


Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting 
held 1989 11 02, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


CONSENT MOTION 


C522-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 


F 


2 


Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: PEEL DISTRICT HEALTH COUNCIL. 
File: G20G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 11 06 re: 
Peel District Health Council, be received, and; 


THAT the letter from the Peel District Health 
Council dated 1989 10 27, be received, and; 


FURTHER THAT during the Official Plan review, 
staff liaise with the Health Council and maker 
all documentation available to them for comment. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


F 4, 


F10. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART LOT 15, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S. 
TORONTO TOWNSHIP WARD 4, CORAL ACRES ESTATES 
INC. (BY-LAW 280-89). File: T2W15.7 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 11 06 re: 
Application to amend the Zoning By-law, Part Lot 
15, Concession 2, W.H.S. (Toronto Township), 
Ward 4, Coral Acres Estates Inc., be received, 
and; 


THAT Council authorize the enactment of By-law 
280-89 being a by-law to amend By-law 139-84 
(part west half of Lot 15, Concession 2, W.H.S. 
in the geographic Township of Toronto). 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: SAFETY COUNCIL MINUTES MEETING 
OF 1989 10 05. File: G43M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 11 06 re: Safety 
Council minutes meeting of 1989 10 05, be 
received, and; 


THAT a crossing guard be placed at Mother Mary 
Ward Catholic School on Maitland Street, and; 


THAT "No Parking" signs be placed on the north 
Side of Maitland Street between the school 
driveways, and; 


THAT the Peel Regional Police monitor traffic 
speeds in the area and follow up on safety 
Procedures of Foot Patrollers, and; 


THAT a crossing guard be placed on Laurelcrest 
Street at a location to be chosen by D. Whyte to 
assist children attending St. Jeanne D'Arc 

School, and; 


THAT the guard be in place by November 1, 1989. 


F 7 COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: PARKING SPACE FOR SANTA CLAUS 
PARADE SPONSORS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1989. File: 
A15C 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the report from the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Building dated 1989 11 06 re: Parking 
Space for Santa Claus Parade Sponsors, Sunday, 
November 26, 1989, be received and ENDORSED. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 8, 9 AND 100/ 
CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., BRAMALEA LIMITED, REGIONAL 
FILE: 217T-87038B (BY-LAW 283-89). File: C3E8.4 


I 


ag 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


1. 


2: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 

Planning and Development dated 1989 11 06 re: 
Draft Plan of Subdivision and Application to 
amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law, part 
of Lots 8, 9 and 10, Concession 3, E.H.S., 
Bramalea Limited, Regional File: 21T-87038B, be 
received, and; 


THAT Council determine that a further Public 
Meeting is not required, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 283-89 being a by-law 
to amend By-law 151-88, as amended (part of Lot 
9 and 10, Concession 3, E.H.S. in the geographic 

Township of Chinguacousy). 


HONOURABLE JEAN CORBEIL, MINISTER OF LABOUR 
DATED 1989 10 27 RE: CANADIAN CENTRE FOR 


OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (CCOHS) HAMILTON. 
File: H50G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Honourable Jean 
Corbeil, Minister of Labour dated 1989 10 27 re: 
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and 
Safety (CCOHS) Hamilton, be received. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 10 19 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING, APPEAL BY THE MINISTER OF CORRECTIONAL 
SERVICES AGAINST ZONING BY-LAWS 82-89, 84-89, 
85-89, 86-89. File: P45G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 10 
19 re: Appointment for Hearing, Appeal by the 
Minister of Correctional Services against Zoning 
By-laws, 82-89, 84-89, 85-89 and 86-89, be 
received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton's position. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 10 30 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING, OMB FILE NO. 08900088, 08900089, 
08900090. File: P25A149 


RECOMMENDATION 

THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 10 
30 re: OMB File No.'s 08900088, 08900089 and 
08900090, be received, and; 


THAT staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton's position. 


HONOURABLE JIM BRADLEY MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 
THE ENVIRONMENT DATED i989 10 25 RE: OIL SPILL 
AT PETRO CANADA'S SERVICE STATION ON 504 MAIN 
STREET NORTH. File: G25G 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


Se 
CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from the Honourable Jim 
Bradley, Minister, Ministry of the Environment 
dated 1989 10 25 re: Oil Spill at Petro 
Canada's Service Station on 504 Main Street 
North, be received. 


I 5. LOIS A. GILES, CITY CLERK, CITY OF GUELPH DATED 
1989 10 25 RE: LICENSING OF BUSINESSES BY 
MUNICIPALITIES. File: G20G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Lois A. Giles, City 
Clerk, City of Guelph dated 1989 10 25 re: 
Licensing of Businesses by Municipalities, be 
received and ENDORSED. 


* I 7. IAN SCOTT, ATTORNEY GENERAL DATED 1989 10 24 RE: 
COUNCIL RESOLUTION REGARDING VICIOUS DOGS. 
File: G23G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Tan Scott, Attorney 
General dated 1989 10 24 re: Council Resolution 
regarding Vicious Dogs, be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to the City Solicitor for 
a report. 


M1. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 09 28. File: G85M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality 
of Peel meeting held 1989 09 28, be received. 


M 2. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 10 12. File: G85M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality 
of Peel meeting held 1989 09 28, be received. 


M 3. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
SPECIAL MEETING HELD 1989 10 12. File: G85M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality 
of Peel meeting held 1989 09 28, be received. 


* M 4. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 10 26. File: G85M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality 
of Peel meeting held 1989 09 28, be received. 


M 5. MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD COMMITTEE 
MEETING HELD 1989 08 17. File: G33M 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


oe GE ee 
CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage 
Board Committee meeting held 1989 08 17, be 
received. 


M 6. MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD COMMITTEE 
MEETING HELD 1989 09 21. File: G33M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage 
Board Committee meeting held 1989 09 21, be 
received. 


N 1. CONTRACT 89-51 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF WINTER 
SAND. File: F81G51 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-51 be awarded to Jim Brown 
Trucking, in the amount of $111, 840.00 (One 
Hundred & Eleven Thousand, Eight Hundred & Forty 
Dollars) being the lowest acceptable bid 
received. 


N 2. CONTRACT 89-47 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF THREE 
(3) ONLY CUBE VANS. File: F81G47 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-47 be cancelled and re-tendered 
using revised specifications. 


* N 3. CONTRACT 89-55 - RENTAL OF UP TO FIVE (5 
ONLY LOADERS, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, 60 H.P., RUBBER TIRED 
WITH 1 CU.YD. BUCKETS AND/OR 10 FOOT SNOW BLADES 


(OPERATED). File: F81G55 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract R9-SE ho awarded as follows: 


5 units - Dol Brothers Sod Limited in the 
amount of $65.00 per day standby 
each and $65.00 per hour working 
each, being the lowest acceptable 
bid received, and; 


THAT the Contract be awarded subject to 
receiving the Ontario Municipal Board's 
approval. 


CARRIED 
E. DELEGATIONS 
BE 1. PATRICK MEANY RE: PRESENTATION OF COMMEMORATIVE 


EDITION OF THE SACRED HEART SCHOOL HISTORY BOOK. 
File: A15C 


Mr. Ken Adamson, School Board Member, addressed 
Council and introduced Mr. Patrick Meany, 
Chairman, who presented members of Council with 
a historic book on the Catholic Education in 
Dufferin-Peel. 


C523-89 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Russell 


THAT a delegation from Mr. Patrick Meany re 


Presentation of Commemorative Edition of the 
Sacred Heart School HistorY Book, be received. 


EK 2. 


Flle: 


CARRIED 


WAYNE SIMPSON RE: ILLEGAL BASEMENT APARTMENTS. 
G21G 


ALDERMAN BISSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 


MATTER. 
Mr. Simpson addressed Council outlining his 
concerns regarding illegal basement apartments 


in Brampton East (Bramalea). He asked Council 
to enforce the City's by-law. 


C524-89 


Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the delegat 
Illegal Basement 


ion from Wayne Simpson re: 
Apartments, be received. 


CARRIED 


JERRY EVANS RE: ILLEGAL BASEMENT APARTMENTS. 
File: G21G 


ALDERMAN BISSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 


MATTER. 
Mr. Evans addressed Council outlining his 
concerns regarding illegal basement apartments 


in the Manitou Crescent area. He also asked 


Council to enforce the City's by-law. 


C525-89 


Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the delegation from Jerry Evans re: Illegal 


Basement Apartments, be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM Kl THE NOTICE OF MOTION 
OF COUNCILLOR CARTER RE: BASEMENT APARTMENTS, TO BE 
CONSIDERED AS A MOTION AT THIS TIME: 


C526-89 


Moved by Councillor Carter 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


WHEREAS many residential area designated single 


family homes are now suffering an ever 
increasing amount of illegal basement 
apartments, and; 


WHEREAS this puts an added strain on the City 
and Regional taxes as services are being 
provided to two families while taxes are only 


being paid for by one, and; 


WHEREAS many of these basement apartments are fire 
and safety hazards, which, should a fatality occur 


may involve the City in long and costly legal 
actions, and; 


WHEREAS the City's right to enter and inspect 
these illegal apartments is very limited, 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City ask the Province to 
provide legislation to give the City right of 
entry and inspection so that we can take the 
necessary action required for the safety of all 
residents, and a fair tax commitment from all 
residents. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"CARRIED", 14 YEAS, 2 NAYS AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Alderman Gibson Aderman Fennell Alderman Bissell 
Alderman Palleschi Mayor Whillians 

illor Andrews 

man Miles 

man Metzak 

+4 

F 


lor Russell 
lor Carter 
man Beisel 
illor Begley 
illor Robertson 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C527-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT a delegation from Brampton City Council 
arrange a meeting with the Minister of Housing 
to discuss the need for legislation, and; 


FURTHER THAT a meeting of Council and staff be 
arranged in the next month to discuss the issue 
of illegal basement apartments to seek 
alternatives and solutions to this growing problem 
in our community. 


CARRIED 
Exe REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
F 1. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 10 


30 RE: FLETCHER'S CREEK VALLEYLAND DEVELOPMENT. 
File: G22C 


C528-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 

Community Services dated 1989 10 30 re: 

Fletcher's Creek Valleyland Development, be 
received, and; 


THAT the City award the contract for the 
installation of the walkways and bridge and 
building of the bridge superstructure to Emico 
Construction for the sum of $96,365.00 and 
consulting fees for inspection and 
administration of the walkway to Popovich 
Associates in the amount of $4,818.00, and Rand 
Engineering for administration inspection of the 
bridge in the amount of $3,500.00, and; 


THAT the City of Brampton purchase the bridge 
from Paris Playground for the sum of $21,319.00 
for a total project cost of $126,002.00 


CARRIED 


F 


oe 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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F 2. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 
DATED 1989 11 06 RE: PEEL DISTRICT HEALTH COUNCIL. 
File: G20G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 11 02 RE: TOWN OF CALEDON COMPREHENSIVE 
ZONING BY-LAW 87-250, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
HEARING. File: P45C 


C529-89 Moved by Councillor Robertson 


F 


F 


4. 


De 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 

Planning and Development dated 1989 11 02 re: 

Town of Caledon Comprehensive Zoning By-law 87- 
250, Ontario Municipal Board Hearing, be received, 
and; 


THAT staff be directed to advise the Ontario 
Municipal Board that the modifications to By-law 
87-250 proposed by Caledon will resolve the 
City's objections, as they pertain to Tullamore. 


CARRIED 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW, PART LOT 15, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S. 

TORONTO TOWNSHIP WARD 4, CORAL ACRES ESTATES 


INC. (BY-LAW 280-89). File: T2W15.7 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: SAFETY COUNCIL MINUTES MEETING 
OF 1989 10 05. File: G43M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


F 6. CITY CLERK/DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION DATED 1989 
11 Ol RE. FORMATION OF COMMITTEE - YOUNG 
OFFENDERS ACT. File: G46 


C530-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the report from the City Clerk/Director of 
Administration dated 1989 11 01 re: Formation 
of Committee - Young Offenders Act, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council appoint three members to sit on 
this "special purpose" committee, as follows: 


1. Alderman Gael Miles 
2. Councillor Rhoda Begley 
3. Alderman Susan DiMarco, and; 


THAT this committee determine other 
representation as deemed appropriate. 


CARRIED 


1989 


11 06 RE: PARKING SPACE FOR SANTA CLAUS 


F 8. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 


PARADE SPONSORS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1989. 
File: A15C 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


CHATRMAN CONSULTANT SELECTION COMMITTEE DATED 
1989 11 07 RE: CENTRAL COMMERCIAL CORRIDOR LAND 


USE AND SECONDARY PLANNING STUDY, CONSULTANT 
SELECTION. File: A15P 


C531-89 


C532-89 


Pad. 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the report from the Chairman, Consultant 
Selection Committee dated 1989 11 O07 re: 
Central Commercial Corridor Land Use and 
Secondary Planning Study, Consultant Selection, 
be received, and; 


THAT the firm of Hotson Bakker and Associates be 
retained to undertake the Central Commercial 
Corridor Land Use and Secondary Planning Study 
at a total upset cost of $267,000.00 


CARRIED 


MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 11 03 RE: CITY 
BANKING SERVICE. File: G20G 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting 
dated 1989 11 03 re: City Banking Service, be 
received, and; 


THAT the City of Brampton retain the Royal Bank 
of Canada as its banker for a five year period 
commencing January 1990, and; 


THAT Council authorize the execution of a 
banking agreement which is acceptable to the 
Chief Administrative Officer, the Treasurer and 
the City Solicitor, and; 


THAT this be awarded subject to receiving 
Ontario Municipal Board approval. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 11 06 RE: DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOTS 8, 9 AND 10 
CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., BRAMALEA LIMITED, REGIONAL 
FILE: 217T-87038B (BY-LAW 283-89). File: C3E8.4 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 11 09 RE: 717495 ONTARIO LIMITED (KODAK 
LANDS) PART LOTS 9 AND 10, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. 


REGIONAL FILE: 21T-88014B. File: C1W9 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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533-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT the Inter-Office Memorandum from the 
Director of Planning Policy and Research dated 
1989 11 09 re: 717495 Ontario Limited (Kodak 
Lands) Part Lots 9 and 10, Concession 1, W.H.S., 
Ward 5, Regional File: 21T-88014B, be received. 


CARRIED 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
G 1. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 


COMMITTEE DATED 1989 11 06 RE: APPOINTMENTS TO 
BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL. File: G23G 


C534-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 11 06 re: 
Appointments to Brampton Safety Council be 
received. 


CARRIED 


G 2. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 11 06. File: G23G 


C535-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 11 06, be received, 
after extracting Item AF119-89. 


CARRIED 


COMMITTEE EXTRACTED ITEM AF119-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


AF119-89 ALDERMAN PALLESCHI BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF 
COMMITTEE THE MATTER OF TRAFFIC LIGHTS AT THE 
INTERSECTION OF SANDALWOOD PARKWAY AND HEART 
LAKE ROAD. File: G23G 


THAT traffic lights at the intersection of 
Sandalwood Parkway and Heart Lake Road which 
were previously approved in the 1987 budget be 
installed as soon as possible. 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


THAT staff proceed immediately and contact the 
Ministry requesting subsidy for the lights at 
Sandalwood Parkway and Heart Lake Road and staff 
also proceed immediately with the design and 
tendering of that intersection. 


CARRIED 


ON TAKING A VOTE ON THE MAIN MOTION AS AMENDED IT WAS 
DECLARED "CARRIED". 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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G 3. REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 


DATED 1989 11 06. File: G22C 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF 


INTEREST 


WITH ITEM CS090-89 AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION 


AND VOTING ON THE MATTER. 


C536-89 Moved Alderman Palleschi 


Te 3M. 


I 6. 


Seconded Councillor Russell 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 11 06~ be received. 


CARRIED 


UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


CORRES PONDENCE 


HONOURABLE JEAN CORBEIL, MINISTER OF LABOUR 


DATED 1989 10 27 RE: CANADIAN CENTRE 
HAMILTON. 


OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (CCOHS 
File: H50G 


FOR 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 


BOARD DATED 1989 10 19 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING, APPEAL BY THE MINISTER OF CORRECTIONAL 
SERVICES AGAINST ZONING BY-LAWS 82-89. 84-89, 


8589-86-89. Files P45G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 


BOARD DATED 1989 10 30 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING, OMB FILE NO. 08900088, 08900089 


08900090. File: P25A149 


HONOURABLE JIM BRADLEY MINISTER, MINISTRY OF 


THE ENVIRONMENT DATED 1989 10 25 RE: 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


QIL SPILL 


AT PETRO CANADA'S SERVICE STATION ON 
STREET NORTH. File: G25G 


504 MAIN 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


MUNICIPALITIES. File: G20G 


I 5. LOIS A. GILES, CITY CLERK, CITY OF GUELPH DATED 
1989 10 25 RE. LICENSING OF BUSINESSES BY 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


ANDREW _S. BRANDT, M.P.P., LEADER OF THE ONTARIO 
10 1 


PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE PARTY DATED 


1989 


8 


RE: BILL 119, TO ALTER THE FLOW OF PROVINCIAL 
LOTTERY REVENUES FROM RECREATIONAL AND CULTURAL 
] SE 


ACTIVITIES TO ONTARIO'S HOSPITALS. Fi 


ee: 


AI 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 


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C537-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the correspondence from Andrew S. Brandt, 


M.P.P., Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party dated 1989 10 18 re: Bill 
119, To alter the flow of Provincial Lottery 
revenues fro recreational and cultural 


activities to Ontario's hospitals, be received, 


and; 


THAT our submission and this reply, be sent as 


requested in the aforementioned letter, to our 


local M.P.P's. 


i I 7. IAN SCOTT ATTORNEY GENERAL DATED 1989 10 24 RE: 


COUNCIL RESOLUTION REGARDING VICIOUS DOG 


File: G23G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522 


I 8. DOUG CARMICHAEL, CHAIRMAN, SANTA CLAUS PARADE 


COMMITTEE, THE BRAMPTON BOARD OF TRADE DATED 


1989 11 06 RE: APPROVAL TO HANG STREET BANNER 


S. 


-89., 


S 


FOR THE SANTA CLAUS PARADE, NOVEMBER 26, 1989. 


File: G20G 


C538-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the correspondence from Doug Carmichael, 


Chairman, Santa Claus Parade Committee, The 
Brampton Board of Trade dated 1989 11 06 re: 
Approval to hang street banners for the Santa 
Claus Parade, November 26, 1989, be received, 
and; 


THAT Council approve of this request subject to 


all City of Brampton policies regarding this 
request be adhered to, and; 


FURTHER THAT no future banners be permitted at 


the Queen Street West location. 
CARRIED 
J. RESOLUTIONS 


J 1. ALDERMAN MILES PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING 


88 


RESOLUTION REGARDING AMENDMENT TO BY-LAW 151- 
SUBSECTION 10.3(E) PLACEMENT OF ACCESSORY 


BUILDINGS. File: P45A 


C539-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Palleschi 


THAT the planning department consider amending 


By-law 151-88 subsection 10.3 (e) regarding the 
placement of accessory buildings no closer than 


1.2 meters to the nearest lot line, to allow 
sheds less than 10.0 square meters to be plac 
without restriction in the rear yard, and rep 
back to the next Planning Committee meeting, 


for 
ed 
ort 
and: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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FURTHER THAT a hold be placed on the enforcement 
of the existing By-law until such time that 
Council receive and resolve the report from the 
Planning Department. 


COUNCIL SPLIT THE MOTION AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


THAT the planning department consider amending 
By-law 151-88 subsection 10.3 (e) regarding the 


placement of accessory buildings no closer than 
1.2 meters to the nearest lot line, to allow for 
sheds less than 10.0 square meters to be placed 
without restriction in the rear yard, and report 


back to the next Planning Committee meeting. 


CARRIED 


THAT a hold be placed on the enforcement of the 
existing By-law until such time that Council 
receive and resolve the report from the Planning 
Department. 


CARRIED 


ALDERMAN PALLESCHI PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING 
RESOLUTION REGARDING REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. 
File: G89P 


C540-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the City's position on eliminating site 6A 
and all other conditions remain the same, and; 


THAT a meeting be arranged to present rationale 
of our position to our Government, the Premier, 
Minister of the Environment and our local 
M.P.P.s. 


CARRIED 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION 


K 1. COUNCILLOR CARTER PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING MOTION 
REGARDING BASEMENT APARTMENTS: File: BI5B 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION ITEM E 3. 


ALDERMAN BISSELL DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


K 2. ALDERMAN LUDLOW PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING NOTICE OF 
MOTION REGARDING REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE.7 
File: G89P 


"WHEREAS the City of Brampton demonstrated its 
commitment and concern about the Region of 
Peel's waste management disposal problem by 
cooperating with the Region in accepting and 
successfully locating within the City's 
boundaries the Region's only waste to energy 
incinerator, and; 


WHEREAS the City of Brampton has Sone on record 
agreeing as well to being the recipient, of the 
Region of Peel's next landfill site, and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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WHEREAS the City of Brampton is extremely 
concerned that any siting of a waste disposal 
site within their boundaries be located In the 
most environmentally safe area, and; 


WHEREAS to effect this end, the City of Brampton 
has been trying to work with the Region of Peel 
to accomplish this goal, and; 


WHEREAS the Region of Peel Council is totally 
insensitive to the City of Brampton's concerns 
and input regarding the conditions and siting of 
this facility, and; 


WHEREAS the City of Brampton recognizes the 
crises situation they are in with the waste 
management issue and that it requires immediate 
positive action, 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT staff investigate the cost 

and benefits of such a disposal facility and 
report to Council prior to the City of Brampton 
petitioning the Minister of Municipal Affairs to 
amend the R of Peel act to mandate the 
responsibility of waste disposal to the 
individual municipalities governed by this act, 
and; 


FURTHER THAT a delegation from the City of 
Brampton Council meet with the Premier and the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs to personally 
appraise them of the necessity and sound 
rationale behind this request as soon as 
possible, and; 


THAT a copy of this resolution be sent to Carman 
McClelland, M.P.P., Brampton North and Bob 
Callahan, M.P.P., Brampton South." 


PETITIONS - NIL 


OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M1. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 09 28. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 10 12. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


M 3. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
SPECIAL MEETING HELD 1989 10 12. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


M 4. MINUTES FROM THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 
MEETING HELD 1989 10 26. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


M 5. MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD 
COMMITTEE MEETING HELD 1989 08 17. File: G33M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


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i M 6. MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD 
COMMITTEE MEETING HELD 1989 09 21. File: G33M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


M7. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 9, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 10 17. File: G35M 


C541-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 9, meeting held 1989 10 17, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 8. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 2, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 09 07. File: G35M 


C542-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 2, meeting held 1989 09 O7, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M 9. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 4, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 10 19. File: G95M 


C543-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 4, meeting held 1989 10 19, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M10. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 7, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 09 27. File: G35M 


C544-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Gibson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 7, meeting held 1989 09 27, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


Mil. CITIZENS" ADVISORY COMMITTEE WARD 8 MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 10 12. File: G35M 


C545-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman DiMarco 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 8, meeting held 1989 10 12, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M12. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE, WARD 9, MINUTES 


FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 09 19. File: G35M 


C546-89 


Moved by Alderman Metzak 
Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 


Committee, Ward 9, meeting held 1989 09 19, be 


received. 
CARRIED 
N. TENDERS 
% N 1. CONTRACT 89-51 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF WINTER 


* N 2 
* N 3 

N 4 
C547-89 


SAND. File: F81G51 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


CONTRACT 89-47 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF THREE 
(3) ONLY CUBE VANS. File: F81G47 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


CONTRACT 89-55 - RENTAL OF UP TO FIVE (5) ONLY 
LOADERS, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, 60 H.P., RUBBER TIRED 
WITH 1 CU.YD. BUCKETS AND/OR 10 FOOT SNOW BLADES 


(OPERATED). File: F81G55 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C522-89. 


CONTRACT 89-29 - MISCELLANEOUS BRIDGE AND MAIN 
STREET SOUTH BRIDGE. File: F81G29 


Moved by Councillor Robertson 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT Contract 89-29 be awarded to Underground 


Services (1983) Ltd., in the amount of 
$137,480.00 (One Hundred & Thirty Seven 
Thousand, Four Hundred & Eighty Dollars) being 
the lowest acceptable bid received, and; 


THAT we give direction to staff to award only 
the Main Street South Bridge portion of Contract 


89-29 leaving open the contract for the McVean 


Drive reconstruction and in the month of 


November re-tender a contract to replace and 
extend one side of the McVean Drive bridge so 
that is comparable in dimensions to the two 


northerly standard bridges and return to Council 
as soon as possible with the comparison costs, 


and: 


FURTHER THAT the funds allocated to McVean Drive 


be transferred to a Capital Account in 
anticipation that the project may not proceed 
until 1990. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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O. BY-LAWS 


C548-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT By-laws 274-89 to 283-89 as listed on the 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 11 13 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
274-89 To establish certain lands as part 
of Mary Street. 
275-89 To establish certain lands as part 


of McLaughlin Road South. 


276-89 To establish certain lands as part 
of a public highway (Ray Lawson 
Boulevard) . 

277-89 To accept and assume as public 


highways certain lands on 

Registered Plan M-353 and to 
establish certain lands as part of 
Charolais Boulevard. 


278-89 To accept and assume the streets on 
Registered Plan 43M-510 as public 
highways. 


279-89 To appoint John A. Marshall 
Commissioner of Planning and 
Development. 


280-89 To amend By-law 139-84 (part west 
half of Lot 15, Concession 2, 
W.H.S. In the geographic Township 
of Toronto). 


281-89 To accept and assume as public 
highways certain lands on 
Registered Plans 43M-571 and 43M 
572 and to establish certain lands 
as parts of public highways. 


282-89 To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
removal of an ALL WAY STOP at Post 
Road and Vodden Street East. 


283-89 To amend By-law 151-88, as amended 
(part of Lot 9 and 10, Concession 
3, E.H.S. In the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy). 


P "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 


PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE Meeting COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PROPERTY 
AND LITIGATION MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE 
OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY 
OUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA " IN THE PROPERTY AND LITIGATION MATTERS. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 13 


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C549-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT By-law 284-89 listed on the Council meeting 
agenda dated 1989 11 13 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal affixed 
thereto. 


CARRIED 


284-90 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 11 13. 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C550-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Andrews 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, November 27th, 1989 or at the call of 
the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:15 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLIANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 11 20 AT 6:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor F. Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell] 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
A 1. AGENDA FOR SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 11 
20:5 
C551:=39 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 
THAT the Agenda for the Special Council meeting 
dated 1989 11 20, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 
Cx REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
C 1. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 11 15 


RE: REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. File: G89P 


C552-89 


Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 
Officer dated 1989 11 15 re: Regional Landfill 
Site. be received, and; 


THAT Council Resolution C485-89 as reaffirmed by 
resolution of Council at its meeting of 1989 11 
13 be rescinded, save and except for the part of 
the resolution that the report from the City 
Solicitor dated 1989 10 13 re: Regional 

Landfill Site, be received, and; 


THAT City Council endorse the resolution of 
Regional Council set out in the Chief 
Administrative Officer's report, provided that 
the Regional of Peel withdraw all landfill 
related objections to City of Brampton Official 
Plan Amendment 149; phase one (including 
Sandalwood Parkway to AirPort Road), and; 

CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 20 


THAT staff be directed to prepare a report 
regarding amendments to the City's Official Plan 
and Zoning By-law to permit the use of Site VIB 
as a contingency landfill site, and; 


THAT paragraph two of the Region of Peel 
resolution include the word "only" following the 
words "use of Site VIB". 


CARRIED 
D. "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY MATTER. 


COUNCIL MOVED INTO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" TO DISCUSS THE PROPERTY MATTER. UPON 
MOVING OUT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" 
STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT THE 
DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY MATTER. 


D. BY-LAWS 


C553-89 Moved by Councillor Andrews 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT By-law 28S-89 as listed on the Special 
Council meeting agenda dated 1989 11 20 be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate 
Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 
285-89 To confirm the proceedings of the 
Special Council meeting held 1989 


11 20. 
E. ADJOURNMENT 


C554-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, November 27th, 1989 or at the call of 
the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:40 P.M 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 11 27 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennel] 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman E. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 

ABSENT 
Councillor F. Andrews (illness) 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 11 27. 


C555-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded bv Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 1989 11 27, 
be approved as printed and circulated as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMENTS 
Add: 
J. RESOLUTIONS 


J 1.ALDERMAN PALLESCHI RE: INCREASED TRANSIT FARES - 1990. 
File: G22T 


Delete: 


COUNCIL DELETED MOTION P226-89 FROM ITEM G 1. REPORT FROM THE 
PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 11 20 AND DEFERRED THE ITEM 
TO PLANNING COMMITTEE. 


P226-89 457076 ONTARIO LIMITED - PART LOT 11, CON. 7. 
N.D. - WARD 10. File: C7/E11.4 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - NIL 


Ce ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


C 1.MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 11 
(ise 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


-?2?2- 


C556-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 


Seconded by Alderman Miles 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held 1989 
11 13, be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


C 2.MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 11 
20. 


ChS7T=89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 


D. 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 
THAT the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held 1989 
11 20, be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


CONSENT MOTION 


C558-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following items and 
that the various Officials of the Corporation are 
hereby authorized and directed to take such action 
as may be necessary to give effect of the 
recommendations as therein contained: 


F 1.DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 17 RE: PROPOSED 
EXPROPRIATION FROM SERAFINO, PART OF LOT 9, CONCESSION 
5, E.H.S., 9801 BRAMALEA ROAD. File: G20G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor dated 1989 
11 17 re: Proposed Expropriation from Serafino, Part 
of Lot 9, Concession 5, E.H.S., 9801 Bramalea Road, 
be received, and; 


THAT Council direct staff to refer the matter of the proposed 
expropriation of the land described as part of Lot 
9, Concession 5, East of Hurontario Street, known 
municipally as 9801 Bramalea Road, to the chief inquiry 
officer pursuant to section 7(3) of the Expropriations 
Act. 


F 2.DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 17 RE: KENNEDY ROAD 
SOUTH - ROAD WIDENING DEDICATION BY-LAW 286-89). 
File: G20G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor dated 1989 
11 17 re: Kennedy Road South - Road Widening 
Dedication, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 286-89 being a by-law authorizing 
the transfer to The Regional Municipality of Peel, 
for nominal consideration, of the part of Lot 5, 
Concession 1, East of Hurontario Street and the part 
of Lot 14, Plan BR-33 described in Instrument Number 
918149, for the purpose of establishing the said lands 
as part of Kennedy Road South. 


* 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


F 3.DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 17 RE: HERITAGE 


DESIGNATION - ODLUM-MORELLI HOME, LOTS 2 AND 3, PLAN 
43M-724 (BY-LAW 291-89). File: G330 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor dated 1989 


THAT 


THAT 


11 17 re: Heritage Designation Odlum-Morelli Home, 
Lots 2 and 3, Plan 43M-724, be received, and; 


Council enact By-law 291-89 being a by-law to amend 
By-law 61-83 to refer to the Odlum Home rather than 
the Odlum-Morelli Home, and repealing By-law 61-83 
as it related to Lot 3, and Lucinda Court on Registered 
Plan 43M-724, and; 


Council endorse the LACAC resolution respecting 
payment of costs associated with the enactment of the 
said by-law. 


F 4.MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 11 20 RE: AUTHORIZED 


SIGNING OFFICERS File: G23G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting dated 1989 


THAT 


11 20 re: Authorized Signing Officers, be received 
and; 


the resolution re Bankers and Signing Officers be 
amended as set out in the memo from P. Honeybourne, 
Manager of Accounting dated 1989 11 20 and approved. 


F 5.COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


THAT 


THAT 


11 22 RE: REPLACEMENT OF INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW, 
INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY NO. 7 WITH GOREWAY 


DRIVE/HIGHWAY 7 BYPASS (BY-LAW 296-89). File: G24G 


RECOMMENDATION 


the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 11 22 re: Replacement of Interim 
Control By-law, Intersection of Highway No. 7 with 
Goreway Drive/Highway 7 Bypass, be received, and; 


Council enact By-law 296-89 being a by-law to amend 
By-law 56-83 (part of Lots 5 and 6, Concessions 7 and 
8, N.D. in the geographic Township of Toronto Gore). 


F 6.COMMISSTIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


THAT 


11 24 RE: DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION - TIMING AND SIGNS. 
File: G24G 


RECOMMENDATION 


the report from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development dated 1989 11 24 re: Development 
Application - Timing and Signs, be received and: 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


—4—-— 


CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


Where Council imposes conditions to its approval of an 
application to amend the Official Plan and/or zoning 
by-law, a further condition shall be added that all 
other conditions shall be fulfilled within one year 
of the date of Council approval. If no conditions are 
imposed, the applicant shall be required to advise 
Council that the form of the required by-law(s) is 
satisfactory to the applicant to enable Council to 
pass the requisite by-law(s) within one year of the 
Council approval. If the conditions are not met or 
the by-law(s) not passed within the one year time 

limit, Council's approval shall lapse and _ the 

application file shall be closed. 


* I 1.LILA PARKER, VOLUNTEER, FOOD TRRADIATION ALERT DATED 
1989 11 31 RE: HAZARDOUS FOOD TECHNOLOGY. File: A15C 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Lila Parker, Volunteer, Food 
Irradiation Alert dated 1989 11 31 re: Hazardous Food 
Technology, be received. 


* I 3.J. A. BREZINA, CITY CLERK, THE CITY OF STONEY CREEK 
DATED 1989 11 02 RE- RESOLUTION 21-4-89 LAND USE 
PLANNING FOR HOUSING. File: G70OR 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. A. Brezina, City Clerk, 
The City of Stoney Creek dated 1989 11 02 re: Resolution 
21-4-89 - Land Use Planning for Housing, be received. 


* M 1.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 
HELD 1989 11 09. File: G85M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel 


meeting held 1989 11 09. be received 

x M 2.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL SPECIAL MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 11 09. File: G85M 
RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel 
Special meeting held 1989 11 09, be received. 


* M 3.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL SPECIAL MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 11 14. File: G85M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel 
Special meeting held 1989 11 14, be received 


* M 4.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL SPECIAL MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETING HELD 1989 11 14. File: G85M 


* 


E. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


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CONSENT MOTION CONTINUED 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Regional Municipality of Peel 
Special meeting held 1989 11 14, be received. 


M 9.MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MEETING HELD 
1989 10 19. File: G33M 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the minutes from the Brampton Heritage Board meeting 
held 1989 10 19, be received. 


N 1.CONTRACT 89-56 —- SUPPLY OF SECURITY SERVICE BY UNIFORMED 
SECURITY PERSONNEL AT THE BRAMPTON CITY HALL 150 
CENTRAL PARK DRIVE AND BRAMPTON TRANSIT, 185 CLARK 
BLVD., BRAMPTON, ONTARIO. File: F81G56 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-56 be awarded to Meadowvale Security Guard 
Services Inc. in the amount of $83,842.48 (Eighty Three 
Thousand, Eight Hundred & Forty Two Dollars & Forty 
Eight Cents) being the lowest acceptable bid received. 


CARRIED 


DELEGATIONS 


E 1.MAUREEN A. McCAULEY RE: BRAMALEA LIMITED REQUEST FOR 
NAMING OF PARK HIGHWAY 410 AND WILLIAMS PARKWAY. 


Flle: G22C 


Mrs. McCauley addressed Council requesting the renaming 
of a park at Hwy 410 and Williams Parkway. 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C559-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the matter be deferred to the 1989 12 11 meeting of 
City Council 


LOST 


C560-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the delegation from Maureen A. McCauley re: Bramalea 
Limited request for naming of park Highway 410 and 
Williams Parkway, be received, and; 


FURTHER THAT this park be named the "Bramalea Limited 
Community Park". 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


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EF 2.NEIL G. DAVIS RE: ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY - REZONING. 
File: C1W8.18 


Mr. Davis addressed Council on the subject of his 
development application regarding timing and signs. 


C561-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the delegation from Neil G. Davis re: 
Elizabeth Fry society - Rezoning be received. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD ITEM P227-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS FOLLOWS: 


P227-89ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY - PART LOT 27, BLOCK A, PLAN BR-25, 
PART LOT 8, CON. 1, W.H.S. - WARD 5. File: C1lW8.18 


"THAT the report dated 1989 11 07 be referred back to staff 
and the proposal be changed to reduce the maximum size 
of the office use on the property to approximately 
230 square metres, and: 


THAT the Official Plan Amendment applying to this property 
be modified accordingly." 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS THEN PRESENTED: 


C562-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT a public meeting regarding the size of this 
proposal be held, and; 


FURTHER THAT Recommendation No. P227-89 be 
tabled until after the public meeting. 


CARRIED 
Es REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
*F 1.DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 17 RE: PROPOSED 


EXPROPRIATION FROM SERAFINO, PART OF LOT 9, CONCESSION 
5, BE.H.S., 9801 BRAMALEA ROAD. File: G20G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


* F 2.DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 17 RE: KENNEDY ROAD 
SOUTH -—- ROAD WIDENING DEDICATION BY-LAW 286-89). 
File: G20G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


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* F 3.DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 17 RE: HERITAGE 
DESIGNATION — OLDUM-MORELLI HOME, LOTS 2 AND 3, PLAN 
43M-724 (BY-LAW 291-89). File: G330 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


a F 4,MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 11 20 RE: AUTHORIZED 
SIGNING OFFICERS. File: G23G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 
* F 5.COMMISSTIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 


1 22 RE: REPLACEMENT OF INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW, 
INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY NO. 7 WITH GOREWAY 


DRIVE/HIGHWAY 7 BYPASS (BY-LAW 296-89). File: G24G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


* F 6.COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
11 24 RE: DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION - TIMING AND SIGNS. 
File: G24G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


G 1.REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 11 20. 
File: 7.1.6 


C563-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the report from the Planning and Development Committee 
dated 1989 11 20, be approved as printed and circulated 
after extracting motion P226-89 which was dealt with 
under Item Al and motion P227-89 which was dealt with 
under Item E2. 


CARRIED 


G 2.REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE DATED 1989 11 
22. File 7.1.7 


C564-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report from the Public Works Committee dated 1989 
11 22 be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


G 3.REPORT FROM THE BUILDING AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 11 22. File: 7.1.1 


C565-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the Building and By-law Enforcement 
Committee dated 1989 11 22 be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


so Oe (= 

H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 

I. CORRES PONDENCE 

* I 1.LILA PARKER, VOLUNTEER, FOOD IRRADIATION ALERT DATED 


1989 11 31 RE: HAZARDOUS FOOD TECHNOLOGY. File: A15C 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


I 2.NANCY PORTEOUS-KOEHLE, DATED 1989 11 10 RE: CLATRVILLE 
CONSERVATION AREA. File: A15C 


C566-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from Nancy Porteous 
Koehle, dated 1989 11 10 re: Clairville 
Conservation Area, be received, and; 


THAT Council request the MTRCA staff to make a 
presentation to Council regarding the major golf 
course and the equestrian facility in the 
Clairville Conservation area, and; 


THAT these projects be delayed until the 
progress of these projects presented to Council. 


CARRIED 


* I 3.J. A. BREZINA, CITY CLERK, THE CITY OF STONEY CREEK 
DATED 1989 11 02 RE. RESOLUTION 21-4-89 LAND USE 
PLANNING FOR HOUSING. File: G70R 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 
J. RESOLUTIONS 


J 1.ALDERMAN PALLESCHI RE: INCREASED TRANSIT FARES - 1990. 
File: G22T 


C567-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT staff increase all cash fare categories by 
$0.10 and all ticket categories by $0.05, 
effective January 1, 1990, and; 


THAT staff utilize increased revenues to limit 
the net deficit to a 10 percent increase in the 
1990 operating budget, subject to Council's 
approval of the budget. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 
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J 2. ALDERMAN LUDLOW PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING 
MOTION REGARDING REGIONAL LANDFILL SITE. File: G89P 


Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


"WHEREAS the City of Brampton demonstrated its commitment 
and concern about the Region of Peel's waste management 
disposal problem by cooperating with the Region in 
accepting and successfully locating within the City's 
boundaries the Region's only waste to energy 
incinerator. and; 


qT ¢T 


WHEREAS the City of Brampton has gone on record agreeing 
as well to being the recipient, of the Region of Peel's 
next landfill site, and; 


WHEREAS the City of Brampton is extremely concerned that 
any siting of a waste disposal site within their 
boundaries be located in the most environmentally safe 
area, and; 


WHEREAS to effect this end, the City of Brampton has been 
trying to work with the Region of Peel to accomplish 
this goal, and; 


WHEREAS the Region of Peel Council is totally insensitive 
to the City of Brampton's concerns and input regarding 
the conditions and siting of this facility. and: 


WHEREAS the City of Brampton recognizes the crises situation 
they are in with the waste management issue and that 
it requires immediate positive action, 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT staff investigate the cost and benefits 
of such a disposal facility and report to Council prior 
to the City of Brampton petitioning the Minister of 
Municipal Affairs to amend the Region of Peel act to 
mandate the responsibility of waste disposal to the 
individual municipalities governed by this act, and; 


FURTHER THAT a delegation from the City of Brampton Council 
meet with the Premier and the Minister of Municipal 
Affairs to personally appraise them of the necessity 
and sound rationale behind this request as soon as 
possible, and; 


THAT a copy of this resolution be sent to Carman McClelland, 
M.P.P., Brampton North and Bob Callahan, M.P.P., 
Brampton South." 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDED MOTION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


C568-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


WHEREAS the City of Brampton recognizes the 
crises situation they are in with the waste 
management issue and that it requires immediate 
positive action. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 


at 


- 10 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT staff investigate the cost and benefits 
of such a disposal facility and report to Council prior 
to the City of Brampton petitioning the Minister of 
Municipal Affairs to amend the Region of Peel act to 
mandate the responsibility of waste disposal to the 
individual municipalities governed by this act, and; 


FURTHER THAT a delegation from the City of Brampton Council 
meet with the Premier and the Minister of Municipal 


Affairs to personally appraise them of the necessity 
and sound rationale behind this request as soon as 


possible and: 


THAT a copy of this resolution be sent to Carman McClelland, 
M.P.P., Brampton North and Bob Callahan, M.P.P., 


Brampton South." 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION "CARRIED", 
14 YEAS, 1 NAY AND 2 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


ABSENT 


man GibsonAlderman Hutton Councillor Andrews 
] Alderman Miles 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED 
Alder 

Alderman Bissel 

Alderman Fennel] 

Alderman Metzak 


Councillor Russell 
Mayor Whillans 
Councillor Carter 


Al 


lder 


Counc 
Counc 


Al 


Al 


Al 


lder 
lder 
lder 


Al 


lder 


K. 


L. 


man Beisel 
illor Begley 
illor Robertson 
man DiMarco 

man Sprovieri 
man Hutton 

man Ludlow 


NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 


PETITIONS - NIL 


OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M 1.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL MINUTES FROM THE MEETING 


HELD 1989 11 09. File 


: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


M 2.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL SPECIAL MINUTES FROM THE 


MEETING HELD 1989 11 09. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


M 3.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL SPECIAL MINUTES FROM THE 


MEETING HELD 1989 11 14. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


M 4.REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL SPECIAL MINUTES FROM THE 


MEETING HELD 1989 11 14. File: G85M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


M 5.CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING WARD 2, MINUTES 


FROM THE MEETING HELD 


1989 10 05. 


File:G35M 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


C569-89 Moved by Alderman Palleschi 
Seconded by Alderman Fennell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee, 
Ward 2, meeting held 1989 10 05, be received. 


CARRIED 


M 6.CITIZEN.S' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 6, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 10 18. File: G35M 


C570-89 Moved by Alderman Hutton 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee, 
Ward 6, meeting held 1989 10 18 be received. 


CARRIED 


M 7.CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING WARD 8, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 li 09. File: G35M 


C572-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee, 
Ward 8, meeting held 1989 11 09, be received, and; 


THAT the following items be referred to staff for comment 
or action: 


NEW BUSINESS 

Bramalea Road Lights 
Sidewalks 

Heart Distance Signs 
Ice Rinks 

Creek 


OB WNE 


CARRIED 


M 8.CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 10, MINUTES 
FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 11 08. File: G35M 


C572-89 Moved by Alderman 
Sprovieri Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory Committee, 
Ward 10, meeting held 1989 11 08, be received, and; 


THAT Ward 10 C.A.C. request the City of Brampton for an 
immediate by-law to control additions to existing 
buildings particularly in the estate area to 
complement existing homes, and; 


THAT the above request be referred to staff for a report. 


CARRIED 


* M 9 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


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-MINUTES FROM THE BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MEETING HELD 


1989 10 19. File: G33M 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


N. TENDERS 


N 1.CONTRACT 89-56 - SUPPLY OF SECURITY SERVICE BY UNIFORMED 


SECURITY PERSONNEL AT THE BRAMPTON CITY HALL 150 
CENTRAL PARK DRIVE AND BRAMPTON TRANSIT 185 CLARK BLVD. 
BRAMPTON ONTARIO. File: F81G56 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C558-89. 


OQ. BY-LAWS 


C573-89 


THAT 


Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


By-laws 286-89 to 298-89 as listed on the Council 
meeting agenda dated 1989 11 27 be given the required 
number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the 
Mayor and Clerk, and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


CARRIED 


286-89To authorize the transfer of certain lands to 
the Regional Municipality of Peel for 
public highway purposes. 


287-89To amend By-law 205-79 (Fire Route By-law). 


288-89To accept and assume as public highways certain 
lands on Registered Plan 43M-441 and to 
establish certain lands as parts of public 
highways. 


289-89To establish certain lands as a public highway 
(Bramtrail Court). 


290-89ToO appoint Municipal By-law Enforcement 
Officers. 
291-89 To amend By-law 61-83. 


292-89By-law to amend By-law 68-89, as amended to 
regulate the use and erection of signs. 


293-89To amend By-law 31-75 being a bylaw to regulate 
the operation of Motorized Snow Vehicles 
within certain areas of the City of Brampton 
including any Highway therein or any part 
or parts thereof. 


294-89A By-law to amend By-law 250-82 to appoint a 
Poundkeeper and to carry out the operation 
of the BramptonAnimal Shelter and Pound. 


295-89A By-law to provide for licensing, regulation 
and governing taxicabs, and taxicab 
brokers, owners and drivers. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 11 27 


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296-89To amend By-law 56-83 (part of Lots 5 and 6, 
Concessions 7 and 8, N.D. in the geographic 
Township of Toronto Gore). 


297-89To establish certain lands as part of a public 
highway (Tomken Road). 


298-89To confirm the proceedings of Council meeting 
held 1989 11 27. 


Ps ADJOURNMENT 


C574-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT this Council do now adjourn to meet again 
on Monday, December 11th, 1989 or at the call of 
the Mayor. 

CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:00 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD MIKULICH CLERK 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE MINUTES 
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION 
OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON HELD ON 1989 12 11 AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CIVIC CENTRE, 150 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE, BRAMPTON. 


PRESENT 
Mayor K. Whillans - arrived at 8:00 p.m. 
Councillor Andrews 
Councillor R. Begley 
Councillor E. Carter 
Councillor P. Robertson 
Councillor F. Russell 
Alderman L. Bissell 
Alderman P. Palleschi 
Alderman S. Fennell - arrived at 8:30 p.m. 
Alderman P. Beisel 
Alderman S. DiMarco 
Alderman J. Hutton 
Alderman G. Miles 
Alderman EK. Ludlow 
Alderman D. Metzak 
Alderman J. Sprovieri 
Alderman A. Gibson 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


A 1. AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING DATED 1989 12 11. 


C575-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Carter 


THAT the Agenda for the Council meeting dated 
1989 12 11, be approved as printed and 
circulated, as amended. 


CARRIED 
AMENDMENTS 
Add: 
Bs REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


F15. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 11 RE: NOISE ATTENUATION FACILITY, DRAFT 
PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION, PART LOT 17 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S (CHINGUACOUSY TOWNSHIP 
WARD 2, GREAT-L DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED. File C1W17.3 


F16. COMMISSTONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 11 RE: PROPOSED INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW 
MAIN STREET SOUTH DISTRICT. File: G24G 


Cs 


C 


C576-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 


D. 


C577-89 Moved by Councillor Russel 


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CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


Lo OP wees 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ALDERMAN HUTTON - G 4 - P242-89 - OFFICIAL PLAN 


AMENDMENT NO. 149 (SANDRINGHAM-WELLINGTON AREA) -_ 
HAS REAL ESTATE DEALINGS WITH THE APPLICANTS. 


B 2. ALDERMAN GIBSON - CS098-89 - JUREGEN KUHLMANN 
CARABRAM RE: BUSES FOR THE CARABRAM FESTIVAL- 
SPOUSE INVOLVED WITH CARABRAM, 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - F3 - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 1, — 
PLAN BR-21, MAIN STREET SOUTH, WARD NUMBER 3, 

WARD FUNERAL HOME - APPLICANT IS A CUSTOMER OF 

HIS COMPANY. 


ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD 1989 
Le 2 


Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting 
held 1989 11 27, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


CARRIED 
CONSENT MOTION 


COUNCILLOR RUSSELL - F3 - APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 
1, PLAN BR-21, MAIN STREET SOUTH, WARD NUMBER 3, 
WARD FUNERAL HOME - APPLICANT IS A CUSTOMER OF 
HIS COMPANY. 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT Council hereby approves of the following 
items and that the various Officials of the 
Corporation are hereby authorized and directed 
to take such action as may be necessary to give 
effect of the recommendations as therein 


F 1. COMMISSIONER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
12 O01 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 

PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 3, W.H.S. 

(CHINGUACOUSY TOWNSHIP) CREDITVIEW ROAD, WARD 


NUMBER 6, MR. & MRS. RALPH MONKMAN. (BY-LAW 301- 
89) File: C3W12.1 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner Planning 

and Development dated 1989 12 01 re: Application 
to amend the zoning by-law part of lot 12, 
Concession 3, W.H.S. (Chinguacousy Township) 
Creditview Road, Ward Number 6, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph 
Monkman, be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 301-89 being a by-law 

to amend By-law 151-88 as amended (Part of Lot 

12, Concession 3, W.H.S. in the geographic 
Township of Chinguacousy) . 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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F 2. DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 29 RE: CITY OF 
BRAMPTON LEASE WITH KM TERMINAL BUILDING INC. 


DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON TRANSIT TERMINAL. (BY-LAW 302- 
89). File: F30K 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor 
dated 1989 11 29 re: City of Brampton lease with 
KM Terminal Building Inc. downtown Brampton 
transit terminal, be received, and; 


THAT By-law 302-89 be presented to Council to 
authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute an 
agreement between The Corporation of the City of 
Brampton, KM Terminal Building Inc. and the 
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce acknowledging 
that the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce has 
all the rights afforded a leasehold mortgagee 
pursuant to the June 30, 1989 lease between The 
Corporation of the City of Brampton and KM 
Terminal Building Inc. 


F 3. COMMISSTONER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 

11 22 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 

PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 1, PLAN BR- 
21, MAIN STREET SOUTH, WARD NUMBER 3, WARD FUNERAL 
HOME. (BY-LAWS 303-89, 304-89 305-89). 

File. C1lE5.29 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner Planning 
and Development dated 1989 11 22 re: Application 
to amend the official plan and zoning by-law, 

part of lot 1, plan BR-21, Main Street South, 

Ward Number 3, Ward Funeral Home, be received, 

and: 


THAT Council authorize the execution of an 
agreement between Katago Investments Ltd. and 
Terralta Holdings Ltd., and The Corporation of 
the City of Brampton, and The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 305-89 being a By-law 
to adopt Amendment Number 173 to the official 
Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 306-89 being a By-law 
to amend By-law 200-82, as amended )part of Lot 
5, Concession 1, E.H.S., former Town of Brampton). 


F 4. ASSISTANT CITY CLERK DATED 1989 12 04 RE: PART 
LOT CONTROL (BY-LAW 312-89). File: P35P 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Assistant City Clerk 
dated 1989 12 04 re: Part Lot Control, be 
received, and; 


THAT the request for Part Lot Control exemption 
be approved, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 312-89 being a by-law 
exempting Part of Block 1, on Registered Plan G- 
23 be presented to City Council. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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F 5. DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 12 04 RE: ROAD 


ESTABLISHING BY-LAW (BRAMALEA ROAD) (BY-LAW 308- 
89). File: G21G 


RECOMME\NDATION 

THAT the report from the Deputy City Solicitor 
dated 1989 12 04 re: Road establishing By-law 
(Bramalea Road), be received, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 308-89 being a by-law 
to establish certain lands as part of a public 
highway (Bramalea Road). 


DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC 
WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 11 27 RE: CONTRACT 
#89-26 - MAJOR ROAD REPAIRS. File: F81G26 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Director, Maintenance & 
Operations of Public Works and Buildings dated 
1989 11 27 re: Contract #89-26 - Major Road 
Repairs, be received, and; 


THAT an additional payment for Contract #89-26 in 
the amount of $56.683.70 be approved. 


F 7. MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 12 05 RE: 
FINANCING ADJUSTMENTS CLOSING CAPITAL PROJECTS. 
File: F30G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting 
dated 1989 12 05 re: Financing Adjustments Closing 
Capital Projects, be received, and; 


THAT Council authorize the Treasurer to return 
excess funds in the amount of $1,306,954.86 to the 
original source of financing as per Schedule 
"A" of the report dated 1989 12 05, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer 
financing in the amount of $13,916.40 from the 
sources specified in Schedule "B" of the report 
dated 1989 12 05. 


MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 12 O1 RE: 
SECONDARY PLAN 24, TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY. File: 
W35G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Manager of Accounting 
dated 1989 12 01 re: Secondary Plan 24, Traffic 
Impact Study, be received, and; 


THAT the Treasurer is hereby authorized to 
transfer up to $17,250.00 from Reserve Fund #18, 
to the revenue fund, to cover the costs of the 
study as and when the funds are received from 
Tupperville Holdings Inc. and Tri-Green 
Developments Limited, and; 


THAT the Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay out 

of Reserve Fund #18, on a proportionate 

share basis, any monies received from other land 
owners, relating to this Traffic Impact Study, 


that are owing to the two companies providing 
the "front-end financing". 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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* F 9. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 04 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND THE ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 4, _ 
CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., WARD 3, BASILE AND 
CLATRE KANELLOPOULOS (BY-LAW 313-89 
File: C3E4 17d 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 12 04 re: 
Application to Amend the Official Plan and 
Zoning By-law, Part of Lot 4, Concession 3, 
E.H.S., Ward Number 3, Basile and Claire 
Kanellosoul os be received. and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 313-89 being a by-law 

to amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 4, 

Concession 3, E.H.S., in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy). 


FIZ. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 06 RE: BRAMPTON INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC 


INFORMATION SYSTEM (BRIGIS). File: G24G 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Planning and Development dated 1989 12 06 re: 
Brampton Integrated Geographic Information 
System (BRIGIS), be received, and; 


THAT the City of Brampton enter into a contract 
with Northway Map Technology Ltd. to perform 
digital data conversion as specified in Contract 
89-60 with an upset limit set at $42,400.00, 
and: 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer 
$42,400.00 from the BRIGIS project to the 
Capital Fund. (A/C 222.371.0500). . 


* F13. COMMISSTONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 12 
05 RE: MAJOR OAKS FENCING. File: B16F 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 
Community Services dated 1989 12 05 re: Major 
Oaks Fencing, be received, and; 


THAT Council approve the budget amount of 
$10,900.00 for erosion control works and award 
the fencing component to the lower bidder Roma 
Fencing limited in the amount of $16,050.00, 
and; 


THAT the Treasurer is hereby authorized to 
transfer $26,950.00 from Capital Contribution 
Reserve to the Capital Fund. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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I 4. J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 11 12 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING - APPEAL BY DAN FERGUSON AND OTHERS FROM 
A DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT. 

File: A65/89 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from J. G. Malcolm, 
Secretary, Ontario Municipal Board dated 1989 11 
12 re: Appointment for hearing - appeal by Dan 
Ferguson and others from a decision of the 
committee of adjustments, be received, and; 


THAT Staff attend the hearing in support of the 
City of Brampton Position. 


I 6. ROBERT GUBBINS, CLERK'S ASSISTANT, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 11 24 RE: 
SUNDAY OPENING/CLOSING. File: G7OR 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the correspondence from Robert Gubbins, 
Clerk's Assistant, The Regional Municipality of 
Peel dated 1989 11 24 re: Sunday Opening/Closing, 
be received, and; 


THAT this be referred to staff for a report. 


CONTRACT 89-54 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UP TO 
FIFTEEN (15) ONLY 40 FOOT DIESEL TRANSIT BUSES. 
File: F81G56 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-54 be awarded to Ontario Bus 
Industries Inc. in the total revised amount of 
$3,078,226.80 (Three Million, & Seventy Eight 
Thousand, Two Hundred & Twenty Six Dollars & 
Eighty Cents), being the lowest acceptable bid 
received, and; 


THAT Staff receive Ontario Municipal Board 
Approval for expenditures of $3,078,226.00 and 
debentures of $885,617.00 with any applicable 
Development levies being used to reduce the 
Debenture Financing, prior to the awarding of 
this contract. 


CONTRACT 89-58 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ONE (1 
ONLY ARTICULATED LOADER, 100 H.P., 2 CU. YD., 
FOUR WHEEL DRIVE. File: F81G58 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-58 be awarded to Case Power & 
Equipment in the total amount of $92,100.24, 
(Ninety Two Thousand, One Hundred Dollars and 
Twenty Four Cents), being the lowest acceptable 
bid, and; 


THAT the Treasurer be authorized to transfer 
$92,100.24 from Capital Contribution Reserve to 
the Capital Fund (A/C 222.372.8800). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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N 3. CONTRACT 89-57 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF VARIOUS 
SIZED TRUCKS. File: F81G57 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-57 - be awarded as follows: 


Part "A" Three (3) Only 10,500 G.V.W. Cab and 
Chassis, Part "B" One (1) Only 12' Fibreglass 
Van Body to, John Logan Chevrolet Oldsmobile 
Inc. in the total corrected amount of $80,655.48 
(Eighty Thousand, Six Hundred & Fifty Five 
Dollars & Forty Eight Cents). 


Part "D" Two (2) Only 1/2 Ton Pick .Up Trucks, 
Short Box, C/W Air Conditioning to Don Robertson 
Chrysler-Dodge Ltd. in the total amount of 
$29,255.04 (Twenty Nine Thousand, Two Hundred & 
Fifty Five Dollars & Four Cents). 


Part "E" One (1) Only 1/2 Ton Pick Up Truck, 

Long Box, C/W Air Conditioning to Ontario 

Plymouth Chrysler in the total amount of 
$14,939.64 (Fourteen Thousand, Nine Hundred & 
Thirty Nine Dollars & Sixty Four Cents). 


All being the lowest acceptable bids received, 
and; 


THAT Council approve the expenditure of 
$64,850.16 from Account #22.372.8600. 


CONTRACT 89-62 - LEASE OF FOUR (4) ONLY STATION 
WAGONS, 6 CYLINDER, AUTOMATIC, C/W AIR 
CONDITIONING. File: F81G62 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT Contract 89-62 - be awarded to Somerville 
National Leasing & Rentals Ltd. in the amount of 
$70,656.00, (Seventy Thousand, Six Hundred & 

Fifty Six Dollars) plus 8% Provincial Sales Tax 
for a lease period of (forty eight) 48 months, 
and; 


THAT staff receive Ontario Municipal Board 
approval prior to the awarding of this contract. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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E. DELEGATION 


E 1. RONALD K. WEBB RE: GREAT-L DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED 
- DRAFT PLAN 21T-78032B. File- ClW17.3 


Mr. Webb addressed Council requesting Council to 
hold a public meeting on 1990 01 03 being the 
public meeting date as well as seeking change of a 
parcel of land to a commercial zoning, with a 
holding designation. Furthermore, he stated his 
client would accept the recommendation of item 
F15 from the Commissioner of Planning and 
Development. 


C578-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the Delegation from Ronald K. Webb re: 
Great-L Developments Limited - Draft Plan 21T 
78032B, be received. 


CARRIED 


COUNCIL BROUGHT FORWARD THE FOLLOWING ITEM: 


F15. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 11 RE: NOISE ATTENUATION FACILITY, DRAFT 
PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION, PART LOT 17, 
CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. (CHINGUACOUSY TOWNSHIP 

WARD 2, GREAT-L DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED. File 

ClW17.3 


C579-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner Planning 
and Development dated 1989 12 11 re: Noise 
Attenuation Facility, Draft Plan of Proposed 
Subdivision, Part Lot 17, Concession 1, W.H.S. 
(Chinguacousy Township) Ward 2, Great-L 

Development Limited, be received, and; 


THAT Staff would recommend, noise attenuation 

with visual screening, and that a standard 

reverse frontage be masonary with noise 
attenuation barrier/berm be implemented, and; 


FURTHER that commercial site go to the public with 
the holding zone in place. 


CARRIED 
ioe REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


* F 1. COMMISSTONER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 1989 
12 O01 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 3, W.H.S. 
CHINGUACOUSY TOWNSHIP) CREDITVIEW ROAD, WARD 


NUMBER 6, MR. & MRS. RALPH MONKMAN. (BY-LAW 301- 
89) File: C3W12.1 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


FLO: 


C580-89 Moved by Alderman Gibson 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 


12 11 


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F 2. DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 11 29 RE: CITY 


OF BRAMPTON LEASE WITH KM TERMINAL BUILDING 


INC. 


89). File: F30K 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON TRANSIT TERMINAL. (BY-LAW 302- 


F 3. COMMISSIONER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


11 22 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 


1989 


PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, PART OF LOT 1, PLAN BR- 


21, MAIN STREET SOUTH, WARD NUMBER 3, WARD 


FUNERAL HOME. (BY-LAWS 303-89, 304-89, 305-89). 


File: F30K 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89 


F 4. ASSISTANT CITY CLERK DATED 1989 12 04 RE: PART 


LOT CONTROL (BY-LAW 312-89). File: P35P 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


DEPUTY CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 12 04 RE: ROAD 


ESTABLISHING BY-LAW (BRAMALEA ROAD) (BY-LAW 308- 
89). File: G21G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89 


F 6. DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC 


WORKS AND BUILDING DATED 1989 11 27 RE: CONTRACT 


#89-26 - MAJOR ROAD REPAIRS. File: F81G26 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 12 05 RE: 
FINANCING ADJUSTMENTS CLOSING CAPITAL PROJECTS. 
File: W35G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


F 8. MANAGER OF ACCOUNTING DATED 1989 12 0Q1 RE: 
File: W35G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


F 9. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 12 04 RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND THE ZONING BY-LAW PART OF LOT 
4, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S., WARD 3, BASTLE AND 


CLAIRE KANELLOPOULOS (BY-LAW 313-89). File: 
C3E4.177 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 04 RE: ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD HEARING 
GROUP HOME POLICY REVIEW. BY-LAWS 82-89; 83-89; 


84-89; 85-89; AND 86-89 (BY-LAWS 314-89, 315-89, 


316=8 95. 317-89;-- 318-89) 5. Fa hes. G2AG 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the report from the Commissioner of 


Planning and Development dated 1989 12 04 re: 


Ontario Municipal Board Hearing, Group Home 
Policy Review, By-laws 82-89; 83-89; 84-89; 
89: and 86-89. be received. and; 


85 


law 139-84 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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THAT Council enact By-law 314-89 being a by-law 


to repeal By-law 82-89 bein 


Comprehensive Zoning BY-law)~ an 


law 861 
By-law), 


law 200-82 


THAT Council 
to repeal By-law 83-89 bein 


(former Township of Chin 
and; 


THAT Council 
to repeal By-law 84-89 bein 


Comprehensive Zoning By-law), an 


law 56-83 


g an Amendment to By- 


(former Town of Mississauga 


d; 


enact By-law 315-89 being a by-law 


g an Amendment to By- 
guacousy Zoning 


enact By-law 316-89 being a by-law 


g an Amendment to By- 


(former Town of Brampton 


d; 


THAT Council enact By-law 317-89 being a by-law 


to repeal By-law 85-89 bein 


Comprehensive Zoning By-law), an 


law 151-88 


g an Amendment to By- 


(former Township of Toronto Gore 


d; 


THAT Council enact By-law 318-89 being a by-law 


to repeal By-law 86-89 bein 


Comprehensive Zoning BY-law). 


Correctional Services, 


g an Amendment to By- 


(former Township of Chinguacousy 


THAT Staff be directed to inform the Ministry of 


Board accordingly. 


Fide 


C581-89 


File: F65G 


Moved by Alderman Beisel 


and the Ontario Municipal 


CARRIED 


CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DATED 1989 12 05 RE: 
GRANTS POLICY. 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 


THAT the report from the Chief Administrative 


Officer dated 1989 12 05 re: 


received, and 


Grants Policy, be 


THAT the City of Brampton Arts Council 
Submission for the Grants-in-Aid Program for the 


Arts be endorsed including 


the request to work 


co-operatively with the Arts Council to 


establish a reserve fund, 


and; 


THAT an amount of $6,000.00 be set aside in the 


City Budget on a yearly basis, 
yearly if necessary, 


adjusted for inflation 


starting in 1990, 
for 


the purpose of granting free use of City 


facilities. This fund will 


be available to 


provide assistance where in the opinion of the 
Commissioner of Community Services the request 


has exceptional merit 


Services. 


THAT 
"core-funding" 


for the 


and is justified. This 
fund will be administered by the 
Once this fund is spent, 
requests will be entertained for the year, 


Commissioner of 
no further 
and; 


the City of Brampton carry on its policy of 
Arts Council and the 


Brampton Crime Prevention Association and 


financial support for 
Pageant and the Fall Fair, 


the Brampton Beauty 


and; 


THAT the City not entertain applications for 
grants from any organizations other than the 


above-mentioned, and; 


FL. 


C582—-89 


F15:. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 


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THAT any organizations requesting funding from 

the City be encouraged to approach the Serv 
Clubs and organizations that regularly support 
worthy projects and other methods of raising 


funds, and; 


THAT the Council of the City of Brampton 


recognizes the tremendous endeavour of the Bingo 
Foundation in providing the opportunity for 
groups to raise funds for the Community and the 
beneficial impact this has on the ratepayers of 
Brampton, and; 


THAT the Council of the City of Brampton 


respectfully 


request the Bingo Foundation to 


review the percentage split to the three major 


categories r 


presenting the groups using the 


Bingo Hall, i.e. Service Clubs 38%, Sports 38%, 
Arts and communitY GrouPs 248%. 


COMMISSIONER 


CARRIED 


OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 12 06 RE: BRAMPTON INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC 
INFORMATION SYSTEM (BRIGIS). File: G24G 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


ice 


F13. COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 12 


F14. CITY SOLICITOR DATED 1989 12 06 RE: 


Q5 RE: MAJOR OAKS FENCING. File: B16F 


PEEL - QUORUM REQUIREMENTS. File: G85P 


Moved by Alderman Miles 


Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


REGION OF 


THAT the report from the City Solicitor dated 


1989 12 


06 re: Region of Peel - Quorum 


Requirements, be received, and; 


THAT the Councils of the City of Mississauga, 


the Minister 


any amendment 


Municipality of Peel Act, and; 


THAT Cit 


the Town of Caledon, and the Region of Peel 


of Municipal Affairs be advised 


that the Council of the City of Brampton opposes 


ts to section 10(1) of the Regional 


ty staff are instructed to take all 


as may be necessary to oppose the proposed 


amendment. 


COMMISSIONER 


CARRIED 


OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 


1989 12 11 RE: NOISE ATTENUATION FACILITY, DRAFT 
PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION, PART LOT 17, 


CONCESSION 1 W.H.S. (CHINGUACOUSY TOWNSHTP) 
WARD 2 GREAT-L DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED. File 


C1W17.3 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION ITEM El. 


, and 


steps 


C583-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


G. 


G 


le 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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F16. COMMISSIONER OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DATED 
1989 12 11 RE: PROPOSED INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW, 
MAIN STREET SOUTH DISTRICT. File: G24G 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from Commissioner of Planning 
and Development dated 1989 12 11 re: Proposed 
Interim Control By-Law Main Street South 
District, be received, and; 


THAT Council direct staff to undertake a review 
and study of the Main Street South district to 
devise appropriate land use and development 
restrictions which would protect the unique 
residential. character of the area, and; 


THAT Council enact By-law 320-89 being an 

interim control by-law applicable to part of the 
area subject to By-law 200-82 (former Town of 
Brampton Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


CARRIED 
COMMITTEE REPORTS 


REPORT FROM THE COUNCIL REMUNERATION COMMITTEE 
File: A15C 


DELEGATION - DON MACKENZIE - SALARY 
REMUNERATION. 


Mr. MacKenzie spoke on behalf of the Council 
Remuneration Committee outlining their report. 


C584-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded by Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the report from the Council Remuneration 
Committee be approved and printed as circulated, 
and; 


FURTHER that the policy setting be adopted as 
prescribed. 


CARRIED 


G 2. REPORT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE DATED 1989 12 04. File: G23G 


C585-89 Moved by Alderman Beisel 


Seconded by Alderman Sprovieri 

THAT the report from the Administration and 
Finance Committee dated 1989 12 04, be approved 
and printed as circulated. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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G 3. REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 
DATED 1989 12 04. File: G22C 


ALDERMAN GIBSON DECLARED A CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
AND REFRAINED FROM DISCUSSION AND VOTING ON THE 
MATTER. 


C586-89 Moved by Alderman Bissell 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the report from the Community Services 
Committee dated 1989 12 04 be approved and 
printed as circulated, as amended after 
extracting items CS098-89, CS099-89, and CS10489. 


CARRIED 


COMMITTEE EXTRACTED ITEM CS098-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


DELEGATION - JUREGEN KUHLMANN, CARABRAM RE BUSES 
FOR THE CARABRAM FESTIVAL 


"THAT the verbal and written submissions by J. 
Kuhlmann, Carabram re Buses for the Carabram 
Festival be received." 


"THAT the delegation from Carabram consider a 
joint proposal to advertise the festival in the 
public media example: 


BRAMPTON 
THE HOME OF CARABRAM 
JULY 6, 7 AND 8 


In lieu of a direct subsidy for busing." 


"THAT the matter be deferred pending receipt of 
the grant policy." 


THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


RECOMMENDATION 


THAT the matter be referred to the next community 
Services Committee Meeting, held 1990 01 03. 


CARRIED 


COMMITTEE EXTRACTED ITEM CS099-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


CS099-89 COMMISSIONER OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DATED 1989 11 
27 RE FEES CHARGED FOR USE OF OUTDOOR SPORTS 
FIELDS AND FACILITIES File: G22G 


RECOMMENDATION 


"THAT the report dated 1989 11 27 re Fees 
charged for use of outdoor sports fields and 
facilities be received, and; 


THAT the rental fee policy outlined in report 
dated 1989 11 27 (CS-89-47) as considered by 
Committee be approved, in principle, and 
further; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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THAT a copy of report dated 1989 11 27 be 
forwarded to all community youth groups with a 
request that written comments be forwarded 
within forty-five (45) days to the Commissioner 
of Community Services for consideration by the 
Community Services Committee." 


COMMITTEE AGREED TO SPLIT THIS MOTION, AS FOLLOWS: 


(A) "THAT the report dated 1989 11 27 re Fees 
charged for use of outdoor sports fields and 
facilities be received. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"CARRIED", 17 YEAS, 0 NAY AND 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Alderman Gibson 
Alderman Bissell 
Alderman Fennell 
Alderman Palleschi 
Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Miles 
lderman Metzak 
Councillor Russell 
Mayor Whillans 
Councillor Carter 
lderman Beisel 
Councillor Begley 
Councillor Robertson 
Alderman DiMarco 
Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


(B) THAT the rental fee policy outlined in report 
dated 1989 11 27 (CS-89-47) as considered by 
Committee be approved, in principle. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"CARRIED" 9 YEAS 8 NAY AND 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 
Alderman Bissell Alderman Gibson 
Alderman Palleschi Alderman Fennell 
Councillor Russell Councillor Andrews 
Alderman Beisel Alderman Metzak 
Councillor Begley Mayor Whillians 
Councillor Robertson Councillor Carter 
Alderman DiMarco Alderman Sprovieri 
Alderman Hutton 
Alderman Ludlow 


Coun 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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(C) THAT a copy of report dated 1989 11 27 be 
forwarded to all community youth groups with a 
request that written comments be forwarded 
within forty-five (45) days to the Commissioner 
of Community Services for consideration by the 
Community Services Committee." 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE THE CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
"CARRIED", 16 YEAS, 1 NAY AND 0 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


lderman Gibson Alderman Miles 


lderman Bissell 
lderman Fennell] 
lderman Palleschi 
cillor Andrews 


Coun 


lderman Metzak 
cillor Russell 


Mayor Whillans 


Coun 


Coun 
Coun 


cillor Carter 
lderman Beisel 
cillor Begley 
cillor Robertson 
lderman DiMarco 
lderman Sprovieri 
lderman Hutton 


COMMITTEE EXTRACTED ITEM CS104-89 AND DEALT WITH IT AS 
FOLLOWS: 


CS104-89 ALDERMAN FENNELL INQUIRED WITH REGARD TO THE 


G 


4. 


OUTDOOR ICE RINK IN THE COUNTY COURT BOULEVARD 
AREA AND COMMITTEE HEARD THE COMMENTS OF STAFF 
WITH REGARD TO THE MATTER. File: G22G 


THE FOLLOWING MOTION WAS THEN CONSIDERED: 


THAT the outdoor ice rink, complete with 

boarding, (in Courty Court Park) be installed 

and, weather permitting. functional bv December 
31, 1989, and; 


FURTHER that the parking lot be provided before 
December 31, 1989. 


CARRIED 


REPORT FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED 1989 12 
04. File: G24G 


C587-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from the Planning and 

Development Committee dated 1989 12 04, be 
approved and printed as circulated, as amended 
after extracting P242-89. 


CARRIED 


COMMITTEE EXTRACTED ITEM P242-89 AND DEALT WITH IT 
AS FOLLOWS: 


"THAT the report dated 1989 11 28 re Official Plan 
Amendment Number 149 (Sandringham-Wellington Area) be 
received. and; 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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A. That the Planning staff report dated November 
28, 1989 and entitled "Official Plan Amendment 
No. 149 (Sandringham-Wellington Area)" be 
received; 


B. That Recommended Minister's Modification Nos. 62 
and 63 to Official Plan Amendment No. 149 be 
reworded as follows: 


"62. Policy 7.2.1 is hereby deleted and 
replaced with the following: 


7.2.1 In the case of low and medium density 
residential uses adjacent to Arterial 
Roads, the primary methods of achieving 
satisfactory road noise levels, to be 
evaluated on their merits in each 
particular circumstance in accordance 
with City of Brampton, Region of Peel 
and Ministry of the Environment 
standards. are: 


(i) The use of parallel service 
roads which abut those 
Arterial Roads while 
accommodating residential 
frontages, and; 


(11) The use of reversed 
frontages with noise barrier 
walls. 


"63. Policy 7.2.2 is hereby deleted and 
replaced with the following: 


"7.2.2 In the case of those Arterial Road edges 
located opposite major pedestrian 


attractions such as schools, parks, 

commercial plazas, etc., reversed frontages 
with noise barrier walls shall be used, where 
necessary, to ensure pedestrian safety. The 
unbroken length of reversed frontages with noise 
barrier walls shall not exceed 300 metres (1000 

FEeCE).. Wy 

om That the exclusive use of either 50+ feet (15+ 
m.) wide lots or townhouses along parallel frontage 
roads abutting arterial roads and highways be confirmed 


as a CitY policy; 


D. That the revised Schedule 'H' attached to the 
list of Recommended Minister's Modifications 
respecting Official Plan Amendment No. 149 be 
further revised to conform to Exhibit 1 of the 
Proctor and Redfern report dated November 27, 
1989: 


E. That the Council request for an automobile 
dealership campus deferral area on Schedule 
"SP28 (A)' of Official Plan Amendment No. 149 be 
rescinded: 


F. That Tables 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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Bl, B2 and B3, and Maps Bl and B2 as 


attached to the staff report dated November 28, 
1989 respecting Official Plan Amendment No. 149 
be substituted for those currently contained in 


Appendix B to that amendment. 


G. That staff prepare a schedule that is a 
realistic road budget to deal with Appendix B, 
and: 

H. That staff change the wording of 7.2.1 and of 


7.2.2 to be consistent with the research report 
coming in January while at the same time 


building in flexibility for ways of dealing with 


road noise levels. " 


THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION WAS THEN INTRODUCED: 


THAT Staff review and revise, where necessary, 


the schedule 'H' to be comparable to the 
standards we are used to in the development of 
the community of Bramalea and our neighbouring 


standards in Mississauga for minor collector and 


collector roads. 


CARRIED 


ON TAKING A VOTE ON P242-89, AS AMENDED, THE MOTION 
WAS DECLARED "CARRIED". 


G 5. REPORT FROM THE CIVIC CENTRE TASK FORCE DATED 


Leo 202 Ose, Bake BOSC 


C588-89 Moved by Alderman Metzak 


Seconded by 


Alderman Ludlow 


THAT the report from the Civic Centre Task Force 


dated 1989 


12 05 re: Terms of Reference for 


Proposal Bids, be received, and; 


THAT Council endorse the terms of reference for 


the development of the Civic Centre and abutting 


City owned 


lands, and; 


THAT the terms of reference be advertised and 
forwarded to the development industry for 
consideration. 


CARRIED 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - NIL 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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Ts CORRES PONDENCE 


I 1. ALEX MUSELIUS, NATIONAL COORDINATOR CONTRACTING- 
QUT AND PRIVATIZATION CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC 
EMPLOYEES DATED 1989 il RE: GARBAGE PLANNING 
PROCESS NEEDS CHANGE AND PROTECTING THE PUBLIC'S 
INTEREST IN WASTE MANAGEMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE 
ECONOMIC REASONS WHY A PUBLIC SECTOR EXPRESSION 
OF INTEREST MUST BE SUBMITTED JOINTLY BY THE 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITIES OF THE GTA. File: W45 


C589-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Councillor Begley 


THAT the correspondence from Alex Muselius, 
National Coordinator Contracting-out and 
Privatization, Canadian Union of Public 
Employees dated 1989 11 re: Garbage planning 
process needs change and protecting the public's 
interest in waste management: an analysis of the 
economic reasons why a public sector expression 
of interest must be submitted jointly by the 
regional municipalities of the GTA, be received, 
and: 


FURTHER THAT the City of Brampton requests that 
the Region of Peel and the provincial Minister 

of the Environment give careful consideration to 
public sector approach to waste management for 

the G.T.A., and; 


FURTHER THAT the Commissioner of Public Works 
for the City of Brampton arrange a meeting with 
the Public Works departments of the City of 
Mississauga, Caledon and the Region of Peel to 
discuss the feasibility of a public waste 
management utility, and; 


FURTHER THAT the Council of the Region of Peel, 
City of Mississauga and Town of Caledon be asked 
to endorse a mandate for this committee to 
explore fully the economic, environmental and 
social advantages of a public waste management 
authority, and; 


FURTHER THAT this group be asked to contact the 
works departments of other area municipalities 
in the Greater Toronto Area to explore a joint 
public waste management authority. 


CARRIED 


I 2. J. J. YARROW, CHATRMAN, BRAMPTON HYDRO DATED 
1989 11 27 RE: THE APPLICATION OF THE PROPOSED 
GOODS AND SERVICES TAX ON ELECTRICITY. File: 

G41G 


C590-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Hutton 


THAT the correspondence from J. J. Yarrow, 
Chairman, Brampton Hydro dated 1989 11 27 re: 
The application of the proposed goods and 
services tax on electricity, be received, and; 


I 


os 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


FURTHER THAT the Council of the City of Brampton 
strongly feel that electricity should be 
considered "a basic requirement" and thus be 
exempt from the G.T.S. tax and that a copy of 
this motion be forwarded to our members of 
Parliament. 


CARRIED 


STEVE MAKAR DATED 1989 11 26 RE: TRAPPED IN MY 
OWN HOUSE - BAH HUMBUG. File: G25G 


CS91-89 Moved by Alderman Begley 


I 


4. 


Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence from Steve Makar dated 
1989 11 26 re: Trapped in my own house - bah 
humbug, be received, and; 


THAT the Clerk be instructed to send a copy of 
this correspondence to the organizers of the 
Santa Claus Parade event. 


CARRIED 


J. G. MALCOLM, SECRETARY, ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD DATED 1989 11 12 RE: APPOINTMENT FOR 
HEARING - APPEAL BY DAN FERGUSON AND OTHERS FROM 
A DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT. 

File: A65/89 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


I 5. HARVEY BARRON, INTERIM CHAIRMAN, THE ONTARIO 
TRAFFIC CONFERENCE DATED 1989 DECEMBER RE: 
"ELECTED OFFICIALS' COMMITTEE". 


C592-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 


Seconded by Councillor Carter 


THAT the report from Harvey Barron, Interim 
Chairman, The Ontario Traffic Conference dated 
1989 12 re: "Elected Officials' Committee" be 
received and; 


THAT Alderman Susan Fennell be elected to serve 
on the Elected Officials' Committee of the 
Ontario Traffic Conference Committee to 
represent the City of Brampton. 


CARRIED 


I 6. ROBERT GUBBINS, CLERK'S ASSISTANT, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 11 24 RE: 
SUNDAY OPENING/CLOSING. File: G7OR 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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I 7. ROBERT GUBBINS, CLERK'S ASSISTANT, THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL DATED 1989 11 21 RE: COURT 


ORDERS REQUIRING CLOSING OF A RETAIL BUSINESS 
ESTABLISHMENT. File: G70R 


C593-89 Moved by Alderman Ludlow 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT the correspondence from Robert Gubbins, 
Clerk's Assistant, The Regional Municipality of 
Peel dated 1989 11 21 re: Court Orders Requiring 
Closing of a Retail Business Establishment, be 
received, and; 


THAT it be referred to staff for a report. 


CARRIED 
COUNCIL RECESSED AT 10:00 PM AND RECONVENED AT 10:10 
PM. 

J. RESOLUTIONS - NIL 

K. NOTICE OF MOTION - NIL 

L. PETITIONS - NIL 


OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


1. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 3, 
MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 09 13. File: 
G35M 


C594-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 3, meeting held 1989 09 13, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


M2. CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING, WARD 7, 
MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD 1989 10 26. panes 
G35M 


C595-89 Moved by Alderman Miles 
Seconded by Alderman Bissell 


THAT the minutes from the Citizens' Advisory 
Committee, Ward 7, meeting held 1989 10 26, be 
received. 


CARRIED 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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M 3. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 

BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA MINUTES FROM THE 
MEETINGS HELD 1989 10 18 AND 1989 11 20. File: 
H10G 


C596-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Councillor Robertson 


THAT the minutes from The Board of Management 
Downtown Brampton Business Improvement Area 

minutes from the meeting held 1989 10 18 and 
1989 11 20, be received, and; 


FURTHER THAT staff report on the following at 
the February Public Works Committee meeting: 


"to propose that the Public Works Department be 
responsible for the placement of all newspaper 
boxes, but only after due consideration has been 
given to make sure that the units are located in 
the least obtrusive, yet accessible locations 
possible." 


CARRIED 


M 4. ALDERMAN SUSAN FENNELL DATED 1989 11 28 RE: 
COUNCIL AGENDA - 1989 12 11. File: G20G 


C597-89 Moved by Alderman Fennell 
Seconded by Alderman Beisel 


THAT the correspondence presented to Alderman 
Susan Fennell re: Paint Odour - Chrysler Canada, 
be received, and; 


THAT The City of Brampton also urge the Minister 
of the Environment to conduct a complete 
investigation of the composition of the 
emissions of industries located in the area 
bounded by Highway 410 / Kennedy / Steeles / 
Queen Street, and; 


THAT a results-report be sent back to Brampton 
Council. 


CARRIED 
N. TENDERS 
N 1. CONTRACT 89-54 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UP TO 


FIFTEEN (15) ONLY 40 FOOT DIESEL TRANSIT BUSES. 
File: F81G56 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


N 2. CONTRACT 89-58 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ONE (1 
ONLY ARTICULATED LOADER, 100 H.P., 2 CU. YD., 
FOUR WHEEL DRIVE. File: F81G58 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


St IQ as 
* N 3. CONTRACT 89-57 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF VARIOUS 
SIZED TRUCKS. File: F81G57 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 


% N 4. CONTRACT 89-62 - LEASE OF FOUR (4) ONLY STATION 
WAGONS, 6 CYLINDER, AUTOMATIC, C/W AIR 
CONDITIONING. File: F81G62 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C577-89. 
On BY-LAWS 
C598-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 


Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-laws 302-89 
Council meeting agenda dated 
the required number of readings, 
and signed by the Mayor and Clerk, 


to 320-89 as listed on the 
1989 12 11 be given 
taken as read, 

and Corporate 


Seal affixed thereto. 


301-89 


302-89 


303-89 


304-89 


305-89 


306-89 


307-89 


308-89 


CARRIED 


To amend By-law 151-88 as amended 
(Part of Lot 12, Concession 3, 
W.H.S. in the geographic Township 
of Chinguacousy) 


To authorize the execution of an 
agreement with KM Terminal Building 
Inc. and the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce 


™m 


To authorize the execution of an 
agreement between Katago 
Investments Ltd. and Terralta 
Holdings Ltd., and The Corporation 
of the City of Brampton, and The 
Regional Municipality of Peel. 


To adopt Amendment Number 173 to 
the Official Plan of the City of 
Brampton Planning Area. 


To amend By-law 200-82, as amended 
(part of Lot 5, Concession 1, 
E.H.S., former Town of Brampton). 


To amend By-law 193-83 (the 
regulation of traffic) for the 
placement of ALL WAY STOPS on 
Goreway Drive and Countryside Drive 
and McVean Drive and Countryside 
Drive. 


To amend By-law 193-83 to prohibit 
parking on Crosswood Lane. 


To establish certain lands as part 
of a public highway (Bramalea 
Road). 


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 1989 12 11 


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309-89 To amend by-law 47-74 to authorize 
participation in the Ontario 
Municipal Employees Retirement 
System. 


310-89 To designate "St. Andrew's 
Presbyterian Church" as a property 
of historical and architectural 
value and interest. 


311-89 To designate "Grace United Church" 
as a property of historical and 
architectural value and interest. 


312-89 To prevent the application of part 
lot control to part of Registered 
Plan G-23 (818532 Ontario Limited). 


313-89 To amend By-law 151-88 (part of Lot 
4, Concession 3, E.H.S., in the 
geographic Township of 
Chinguacousy) . 


314-89 To repeal By-law 82-89 being an 
Amendment to By-law 139-84 (former 


Town of Mississauga Comprehensive 
Zoning By-law) 


315-89 To repeal By-law 83-89 being an 
Amendment to By-law 861 (former 


Township of Chinguacousy Zoning By 
law). 


316-89 To repeal By-law 84-89 being an 
Amendment to By-law 200-82 (former 
Town of Brampton Comprehensive 
Zoning By-law). 


317-89 To repeal By-law 85-89 being an 
Amendment to By-law 56-83 (former 
Township of Toronto Gore 
Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


318-89 To repeal By-law 86-89 being an 
Amendment to By-law 151-88 (former 


Township of Chinguacousy 
Comprehensive Zoning By-law). 


319-89 To authorize the sale of part of 
Block 317, Plan 43M-520. 


320-89 An interim control by-law 
applicable to part of the area 
subject to By-law 200-82 (former 
Town of Brampton Comprehensive 
zoning By-law. 


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Pe "IN CAMERA" ITEM - PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. 
PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE MEETING, COUNCIL MOVED INTO 
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA" TO DISCUSS PROPERTY 


AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. UPON MOVING OUT 


QF COMMITTEE 


OF THE WHOLE "IN CAMERA STAFF WERE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY 
QUT THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE "IN 
CAMERA" IN THE PROPERTY AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. 


C599-89 Moved by Councillor Russell 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT By-law 321-89 listed on the Council meeting 


agenda dated 1989 12 11 be given the required 


number of readings, taken as read, and 
the Mayor and Clerk and Corporate Seal 
thereto. 


signed by 
affixed 


CARRIED 


321-89 To confirm the proceedings of 
Council meeting held 1989 12 11. 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C600-89 Moved by Alderman DiMarco 
Seconded by Alderman Metzak 


THAT this Council do now adjourn 


to meet again 


on Monday, January 8th, 1989 or at the call of 


the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:20 P.M. 


KENNETH G. WHILLANS MAYOR 


LEONARD J. MIKULICH CLERK